 Mill Creek ES
 Distance Learning
 Grade 5 Math (CoTaught)

5th Grade Math
DAY #11: (4/2/20)
Overview: Review and RealWorld 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 RealWorld 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 6374 (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:
 Order of Operations Worksheet:
 Complete all 3 Order of Operations Worksheets
 Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
 play “Kakooma” at https://www.gregtangmath.com/kakooma
 play “Expresso” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/expresso
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
 OPTION #1: use “Geoboard” at https://www.mathplayground.com/geoboard.html
 OPTION #2: build your own polygons out of paper, or some other parent approved creative way
 Create each polygon listed on the worksheet
 You have two options to complete this activity
 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 premade worksheets for today.
Tasks:
 Selfmade 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)
 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?”
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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 241250 (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 25centimeter 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 premade worksheets for today.
Tasks:
 Selfmade 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 realworld number story.
 Consider some of the problems you just solved in your selfmade questions. Create a number story or realworld 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 realworld 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 realworld 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 139152 (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 123138 (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 2Digit Numbers Fluently
Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes
Explanation: Today you will review multiplying and dividing 2digit numbers fluently. You will practice fact fluency as well as complete a worksheet.
Things to know:
 When multiplying 2digit 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 2Digit Numbers worksheet.
 Use your number cards to fill in each problem.
 Once all digits for the problem are filled in, solve the problem.
 Optional activity, play “Missing” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/missing
**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 premade 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 8digit number. Include the following place values on your chart. (note: place values below are not listed in order)
 Tens, ones, tenths, thousandths, hundreds, tenthousands, 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 TChart 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.
 Shuffle your set of number cards.
**Please see Mrs. Regec's teacher page for any additional math information**