**FULLY EDITABLE** This is a file that links to 26 cheat sheets for each of the common core math standards for fifth grade. The cheat sheet contains: I can statement (student friendly), example questions, key information, and links to resources (videos, online activities and free printable worksheets).
How can I use this product?
You can use these cheat sheets in various ways. I have used the Score Card (included in the last page of this file), to keep track of each my student’s progress.
As we get closer to testing, I check this scorecard to see which student may need to review key standards. I then email a copy of the cheat sheet to the student for them to check the examples, review the videos, and play some games. I also might print out some worksheets for them to use as homework.
I have also shared the doc file to parents, who want more resources and information on what their student is working on.
The google file is completely editable for you to add in your own comments, resources, etc. Just make sure that when you send it to a student, that you share it as “View” not “Edit.” So if you "flip" your classroom, this is a great resource! Just double-check the videos and activities I link to make sure they match your teaching style
What is included?
A PDF file with instruction to set up a free google account and how to copy the files into your google drive.
A page with links to the 26 google doc files (one for each standard)
One page visual scorecard of all the common core standards.
Do you have other products that are related?
To keep track of their progress, please see my Common Score Cards and Assessments!
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