• 5th Grade Math

    DAY #11: (4/2/20)

    Overview:  Review and Real-World Word Problems 

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review the topics that were address over the past few days and create 6 word problems to go along with these topics.

    Things to know:

    • You may go back and reference any of the lesson plans from previous days.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Review Worksheet:
      • Complete the Day 11 Review Worksheet
    • Word Problem Worksheet:
      • Complete the Real-World Word Problem worksheet

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    Upload to SeeSaw or email to me.

     

    DAY #10: (Wednesday April 1, 2020)

    Overview:  Order of Operations

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review Order of Operations. 

    Things to know:

    • To review Order of Operations, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages 63-74 (Chapter 1).
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher? Upload a picture of your worksheet to SeeSaw or email it to me.

     

     

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    DAY #9:(MARCH 31, 2020)

    Overview:  Polygons

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review polygons and look around your house searching for polygons. 

    Things to know:

    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Constructing Polygons.
      • You have two options to complete this activity
      • Create each polygon listed on the worksheet
    • Polygon Search Worksheet:
      • Look around your house to see how many polygons you can find.
      • How many can you find?

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher? Upload a picture of your worksheet and/or the polygons you create to SeeSaw or save your work to hand in when we return to school. 

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    DAY #8: (MARCH 30, 2020)

    Overview:  Adding and Subtracting Decimals

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review Adding and Subtracting Decimals.  Then, you will play Decimal Victory to practice decimal comparisons.. 

    Things to know:

    • When adding and subtracting decimals, remember to line up the decimals, which will line up your place values.
    • To review Adding and Subtracting Decimals, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages in Chapter 4.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.

    Tasks:

    • Self-made Questions:
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
      • Flip over 3 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line. Flip over 3 more cards and place these under each of the first three.  Add a decimal to each number either after the first or second digit. 
      • On a separate piece of paper, add and subtract the decimal numbers you created.
      • Repeat 3 times. You will have 6 problems on your separate of paper.    
    • Decimal Detective:
      • Locate 8 ways that decimals are used around your house. Share with some else at least 3 of those ways.  As a follow up question, “How do decimals (particularly the adding and subtracting of decimals) impact of daily lives?”
        • You do not need to write this answer down, please just discuss.
      • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
        • Play “Maze: Four Operations of Decimals” on Ed: Your Friend in Learning
        • Decimal Victory Game:
          • Shuffle your set of number cards.
          • Flip over 4 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line.
          • Add a decimal marker between two of the digits to make a number with a decimal.
          • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be larger than the number in front of you. (Add the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)
          • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be smaller than the number in front of you. (Add and Subtract the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)

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    DAY #7: THURSDAY, March 26, 2020

    Overview:  Dividing Fractions and Whole Numbers and Measurement

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes 

    Explanation:   Today you will review Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers. 

    Things to know:

    • To review Dividing Fractions and Whole Numbers, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages 241-250 (Chapter 3).
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Dividing Fractions and Whole Numbers Worksheet:
      • Complete the Dividing Fractions and Whole Numbers worksheet
    • Measuring:
      • You will need a ruler for this activity.
    • If you do not have a ruler, you may use the supplied ruler in the worksheet pages. The supplied ruler is only a 10 inch or 25-centimeter ruler.
    • Using a ruler, complete the measurement worksheet by filling in the chart.
    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
    • play “SatisFraction” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/satisfraction

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher? Upload a picture of your worksheet to SeeSaw or save your work to hand in when we return to school. 

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    DAY #6: MARCH 25, 2020

    Overview:  Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review multiplying fractions and mixed numbers. 

    Things to know:

    • Fractions have a numerator (top number) and a denominator (bottom number).
    • You will be multiplying fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators.
    • You will be multiplying fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.
    • When you multiply fractions or mixed numbers it is important to first convert all numbers to a fraction or improper fraction. Then, multiply the numerators together and multiply the denominators together.
    • Simplify as needed.
    • To review Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages in Chapter 3.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.

    Tasks:

    • Self-made Questions:
      • You will need your number cards for this activity.
      • Take a pencil, pen, straw, etc. and place in in front of you to make a horizontal line. Place another pencil, pen, marker, straw, etc. and place it in front of you to make another horizontal line.  
      • Flip over one number card and place it above one of the horizontal lines. Flip over a second number card and place it below one of the horizontal lines.  Continue until you have two fractions. 
      • Multiply the fractions.
      • Repeat 4 times.
    • Create a real-world number story.
      • Consider some of the problems you just solved in your self-made questions. Create a number story or real-world problem for two of them.  You may also choose two new problems and create a number story.
      • As you write your number story, try to use multiplication of fractions or mixed numbers. If you need to, consider creating a real-world problem around addition or subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers.
    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
    • play “SatisFraction” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/satisfraction

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    Upload a picture of your real-world story problem to SeeSaw or save your work to hand in when we return to school.

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    Tuesday, March 24, 2020

    DAY #5:

    Overview:  Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review how to subtract fractions and mixed numbers.  You will also have time to play a fraction drawing game. 

    Things to know:

    • To review Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages 139-152 (Chapter 2).
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers worksheet:
      • Complete the worksheet.
    • Play “Fraction Sketch”
      • One player chooses a fraction or mixed number (you could also use your number cards to create fractions or mixed numbers).
      • Draw a picture which showcases that fraction or mixed number. As a challenge, try to not simply use polygons such as a circle, rectangle, square, triangle, etc...  
      • The second player tries to guess both what you are drawing as well as the fraction or mixed number you are representing.
      • Consider taking pictures or your drawings, if possible, to share with your teacher.
      • If there is only one player, simply choose or create a fraction and draw it. Then, consider taking a picture of your drawing, if possible.
    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
    • play “Pete the Plumber: Fractions and Mixed Numbers” on Ed: Your Friend in Learning

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    Upload to SeeSaw if you can.  If not, submit when we return to school.

     

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    DAY #4, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020:

    Overview:  Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review how to add fractions and mixed numbers.  Then, you will apply your knowledge by working with a recipe of a food you would like to eat. 

    Things to know:

    • Fractions have a numerator (top number) and a denominator (bottom number).
    • You will be adding fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators.
    • You will be adding fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.
    • To find an equivalent fraction, multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number.
    • When adding mixed numbers, add the whole numbers, then find alike denominators and add the fractions.
    • Simplify as needed.
    • To review Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages 123-138 (Chapter 2).
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers worksheet:
      • Complete the worksheet.
    • Recipe Activity:
      • Find a recipe of something you would like to eat that has both fractions and mixed numbers in the ingredients list.
      • Double the ingredient list.
      • Rewrite the ingredient list with the new values of each ingredient.  
    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice:
    • Play “Pete the Plumber: Fractions and Mixed Numbers” on Ed: Your Friend in Learning

     Post a picture of your completed worksheet or doubled recipe on your SeeSaw page.

    **See Mrs. Regec's Page or Mrs. Angelo's Page  for any additional Math information**

     

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    Day 3 – THURSDAY – 3/19/20

    DAY #3:

    Overview:  Multiply and Divide 2-Digit Numbers Fluently

    Estimated Time:  Approximately 45 minutes

    Explanation:  Today you will review multiplying and dividing 2-digit numbers fluently.  You will practice fact fluency as well as complete a worksheet. 

    Things to know:

    • When multiplying 2-digit numbers, it is important to line up your place values.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Multiplication Flashcards:
      • You will need your number cards for this activity.
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
      • Flip over one card. Flip over a second card.  Multiply the two digits.
      • Continue until all cards are used.
      • Shuffle your set of number cards and repeat this process 5 times.
    • Complete the Multiplying and Dividing 2-Digit Numbers worksheet.
      • Use your number cards to fill in each problem.
      • Once all digits for the problem are filled in, solve the problem.

     

    **See Mrs. Regec's Page or Mrs. Angelo's Page  for any additional Math information**

     

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    Day 2 – WEDNESDAY – 3/18/20

    Overview:  Applying Knowledge of the Place Value System

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes

    Explanation:   Today you will review the place value chart and play a game using your number cards.

    Things to know:

    • I emailed some sample place value charts to your parents’ emails to help you out. Take a look!
    • To review the Place Value System, please reference your workbook pages 20 & 25 (Chapter 1).
    • To review the Place Value System, please reference your workbook pages 296 (Chapter 4).
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.

    Tasks:

    • Create a Place Value Chart:
      • Use a sheet of paper to create a place value chart. Design your place value chart in a way you like. 
      • The chart should be able to fit an 8-digit number. Include the following place values on your chart. (note: place values below are not listed in order)
        • Tens, ones, tenths, thousandths, hundreds, ten-thousands, ones, hundredths, thousands
      • Place Value Picnic Game:
        • Shuffle your set of number cards. Flip over one card at a time. 
        • As you flip over each card, place it in front of you in a row. Stop at any point after 4 cards.  Do not however, flip over more than 8 cards.  Place a decimal marker in the number and read the number to a parent, sibling, or guardian. 
        • Repeat the game 5 times.
      • Place Value Victory Game:
        • Shuffle your set of number cards.
        • Flip over 2 cards and create a number. Flip over 2 more cards and create a number.  Determine the greatest number.  Determine the least number.
        • Flip over 4 cards and create a number. Flip over 4 more cards and create a number.  Determine the greatest number.  Determine the least number.
        • Flip over 2 cards and create a number. Flip over 2 more cards and create a number.  Add a decimal in both numbers.  Which number is greater?
        • Flip over 3 cards and create a number. Flip over 3 more cards and create a number.  Add a decimal in both numbers.  Which number is less?
        • Flip over 4 cards and create a number. Flip over 4 more cards and create a number.  Add a decimal in both numbers.  Determine the greatest number.  Determine the least number.
      • Optional activity, play “Place Value” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/placevalue

     

    **See Mrs. Regec's Page or Mrs. Angelo's Page  for any additional Math information**

     

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    DAY #1 (Tuesday, March 17, 2020):

    Overview:  Prime Numbers / Composite Numbers / Factors / Multiples

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes

    Explanation:  Today you will create a set of number cards.  You will also review prime and composite numbers, as well as complete activities using your knowledge of factors and multiples. 

    Things to know:

    • The following definitions can be used while completing the tasks for today.
      • prime number – A prime number has only two different factors, 1 and itself.
      • composite number – A composite number has more than 2 different factors.
      • factor – 12 can be divided exactly by 2. So, 2 is a factor of 12.
      • multiple – A multiple of a number is the product of the number and any other whole number except zero.
    • If you do not have the supplied worksheets for this day, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    Tasks:

    • Create a set of number cards.
      • These cards will be used for various activities, so save them from day to day.
      • As a suggestion, you could use 10 index cards, 10 post it notes, or even 10 sheets of similarly sized paper to make your number cards.
      • Place one digit on each card (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
    • Prime/Composite:
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
        • Flip over one card at a time.
        • Determine if the number on the card is a prime number of a composite number.
      • Complete the PRIME/COMPOSITE T-Chart worksheet page.
        • You may develop numbers on your own or use your number cards to create number to sort into each category.
      • Factors:
        • Locate 5 numbers in your house. Each number must be a two digit number.  Fill in the Factors Chart for all 5 numbers. 
      • Multiples:
        • Complete the Multiples worksheet by writing the next multiples of a chosen number.

    **Please see Mrs. Regec's teacher page for any additional math information**