This resource is perfect to send home with your 5th grade students to ensure that they don’t forget the math skills you taught them over the year.
Click here to see the 4th grade version for current 4th graders.
This resource includes two months’ worth of math tasks written in a four-week calendar format (there are no specific dates so you can use it from year to year). Each day of the week (Monday through Friday only) has 1-3 math questions for the students to complete.
The resource reviews the common core math skills and follows this format:
Monday: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Questions
Tuesday: Number and Operations: Base Ten Questions
Wednesday: Fraction Questions
Thursday: Measurement and Data Questions
Friday: Geometry Questions
I have also included a response booklet for the students to record their responses, if you wish. If you print the response booklet pages, one copy is enough for two students. Simply copy the pages, stack them, cut down the middle, and staple the two booklets.
Some of the problems require grids to complete. The response booklets have the grids embedded in them. If you choose not to use the response booklet, I have provided a page with grids to print for the students.
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