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Math for Fifth Grade

Math items for fifth grade. Includes math games, printables, resources, math centers, math lessons and anything to make math fun and interesting for fifth grade. Enjoy!

Math Exit Slips - 5th Grade Common Core Formative assessment has never been easier! This bundled pack has 5 exit slips for each of the 5th grade Common Core Math Standards. Students complete exit slips before class ends and use them as the "ticket out the door". They are a powerful formative assessment tool that can be used to create a data driven classroom. $

Interesting way to have students self evaluate themselves with exit tickets

Math/Bulletin Boards on Pinterest

prime numbers song - cute song sung by the kids

Base 10: Patterns in Multiplication Anchor Chart

Here's a great idea for setting up a floor size coordinate grid for working with ordered pairs.

This is a lesson that addresses the CCSS 4.NBT.1 . It includes - a story about Jenny the Penny and place value -place value charts -number discs to...

Here's a collection of task cards that will give your students practice in fractions. There are 60 cards in all. 20 are multiplying fractions, 20 are practice in dividing fractions and the last 20 mix the two. An answer key and student worksheets are included. The cards have a fun Fall Theme. Print and you're ready to go-just add to your centers or small groups. Addresses: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.4 CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.7

Here's a collection of task cards that will give your students practice in fractions. There are 60 cards in all. 20 are multiplying fractions, 20 are practice in dividing fractions and the last 20 mix the two. An answer key and student worksheets are included. The cards have a fun Ninja Turtle Theme. Print and you're ready to go-just add to your centers or small groups. Addresses: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.4 CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.7

This book is a collection of ready to use fraction lesson plans complete with blackline masters. The book includes all of the individual fraction l...

paint resist with contact paper...great art activity and fun to do along with learning shapes

Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book story, give each child a large sticky note and tell them to write a question they had about the story based on the pictures. Encourage students to start with the phrase, “I wonder if…”

Diffy can be played with integers, negative numbers, fractions, decimals, and money, but I think it is most fun with whole numbers. Begin by writing four different numbers into the four circles on each of the outer corners. Fill in the outer squares by subtracting the smaller number from the larger number on each corner. Continue working

Free Halloween Multiplication 5-in-a-Row! Halloween Multiplication 5-in-a-Row is a fun way to learn multiplication facts. Students take turns roll...

Students will complete the addition or subtraction operation on the projection and then cover the correct answer on their Bingo cards. My students beg to play, and while playing they'll complete more decimal operations in this simple game than they would on any worksheet. After playing Bingo once, a few days later we review again by racing to find answers. Both ways are a great review of adding and subtracting decimals!

Step-by-Step Directions that make long division easy -- even for a nine year old!!

Students will add 20 different sets of money values, then follow instructions to put them in categories, then order them from least to greatest. When sums are in the correct order they will have created a sentence about Thanksgiving. Therefore the assignment is self-checking! Students will work on their own, check their own work, search for mistakes, and make their own corrections! I love this assignment!

This Halloween Math Bundle features 12 differentiated Decimals Worksheets with a Halloween theme. Topics include Rounding Decimals, Comparing & Ordering Decimals, Multiplying Decimals, and Dividing Decimals. Each of the 4 Topics has 3 levels of problems so you can differentiate by student or class. Great for homeschooling families too!