This product includes Google Form self assessments for every fifth grade math learning target based on the common core standards:
Students will rate themselves using the following criteria:
My level of understanding is limited. I need additional practice and extra help.
My level of understanding is okay. I understand some of what I’m learning but still need additional practice and help.
My level of understanding is good. I understand most of what I’m learning and don’t need too much extra practice or help.
My level of understanding is strong. I understand everything I’m learning and would benefit from extension activities.
1.1 I can add and subtract fractions & mixed numbers with uncommon denominators
1.2 I can solve word problems involving addition & subtraction of fractions with unlike denominators
1.3 I can represent the context of a fraction word problem using a variety of models.
1.4 I can use benchmark fractions and number sense to check for reasonable answers.
1.5 I can make a line plot to display a data set involving fractions of a measurement unit
1.6 I can evaluate and use a line plot to solve problems.
2.1 I can multiply a whole number or a fraction by a fraction.
2.2a I can prove my product is correct by using an area model
2.2b I can prove my product is correct by using a fraction model.
2.3 I can find the area of a rectangle (with fractional side lengths).
2.4 I can compare the size of a product to the size of its factors (without performing multiplication)
2.5 I can explain the result of multiplying a given number by a fraction greater than and less than 1.
2.6 I can solve a word problem with fractional operations.
3.1 I can explain the relationship between fractions and division.
3.2 I can represent the context of a fraction word problem using a variety of models.
3.3 I understand and can explain how fractions (both greater than and less than 1) can be interpreted as division problems and vice versa.
3.4 I can explain the meaning of (in context) and calculate the division of a whole number by a unit fraction or a unit fraction by a whole number
4.1 I can fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers.
4.2a I can prove my division (by up to a 2-digit divisor) calculations are correct using rectangular arrays.
4.2b I can prove my division (by up to a 2-digit divisor) calculations are correct using a fraction model.
4.2c I can prove my division (by up to a 2-digit divisor) calculations are correct using an array.
4.3 I can write and evaluate expressions and communicate using mathematical symbols (parentheses, brackets, braces).
4.4 I can explain the relationship between numbers in an expression (without any calculations)
4.5 I can express a whole number, 2-50 as a product of its prime factors.
5.1 I can explain the concept of volume using unit cubes.
5.2 I can measure the volume of objects using a variety of methods and the appropriate units.
5.3 I can explain the relationship between the concepts of volume, multiplication, and addition.
5.4 I can solve real-word problems involving volume.
6.1 I can explain the relationship between digits in different decimal places.
6.2 I can use exponents to show powers of 10.
6.3a I can read, write, and compare decimals to the thousandths place using the symbols >, =, and <
6.3b I can write decimals in expanded form. (When you write a number in expanded form, you are expressing the number separated into its composite individual place values in the form of an expression)
6.4a I can explain decimals using base-ten numerals.
6.4b I can explain decimals using number names.
6.4c I can explain decimals using expanded form. (When you write a number in expanded form, you are expressing the number separated into its composite individual place values in the form of an expression)
6.5 I can round decimals to any given place.
7.1 I can add and subtract decimals using the standard algorithm.
7.2 I can explain the relationship between addition and subtraction with decimals.
7.3 I can prove decimal calculations are correct using a 10x10 grid model.
8.1a I can multiply decimals using the standard algorithm.
8.1b I can divide decimals using the standard algorithm.
8.2a I can prove decimal multiplication with a 10x10 grid model.
8.2b I can prove decimal division with a 10x10 grid model.
8.3 I can solve decimal operations problems explain their reasoning and solutions in writing.
8.4 I can convert among units within one measurement system.
9.1 I can compare two numerical patterns represented as points on a coordinate plane.
9.2 I understand the coordinate plane is made from two axes meeting at the origin to form perpendicular lines and graph points accurately in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane.
9.3 I can use the context to explain the meaning of points on a coordinate plane.
10. 1 can reason using the attributes and categories of geometric figures.
10.2 I can classify shapes based on properties.