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Mathematics - 5th Grade
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Lesson Plans  
Standard 1
Students will expand number sense to include integers and perform operations with whole numbers, simple fractions, and decimals.
Objective 6
Demonstrate proficiency with multiplication and division of whole numbers and compute problems involving addition, subtraction, and multiplication of decimals and fractions.
USOE-Approved Lesson Plans   USOE-Approved Lesson Plans
  • If the Shape Fits
    The use of manipulatives helps students create various geometric shapes and measure their area.
  • It's Sugar Time!
    Good health depends upon many things, including heredity, lifestyle, personality traits, mental health, attitudes, and the envronment. Good eathing habits for both animals and humans, proper exercise, and a moderate use of sugars can help keep you healthy.
  • Math 5 - Act. 01: Multiplication Strategy Review
    Students will play a game to practice all of the strategies for multiplication they have learned.
  • Math 5 - Act. 04: Partial Quotient
    This activity is designed to help students understand what occurs in the division process, rather than just following prescribed steps.
  • Mystery Dinner
    These activities help to develop a studentís abilities in understanding the type of division of sharing objects equally as compared to dividing objects into groups of a known size. By completing the sharing activity, students can then relate the information into the standard symbolic representations.
  • Rice and More Rice
    These activities help students develop number sense, discover what happens to the product when factors are doubled, and understand the properties of multiplying by factors of 10/100/1000.
Thinkfinity Lesson Plans   Lesson Plans
  • A Penny Saved is a Penny at 4.7% Earned
    There are lots of ways to receive income, and lots of ways to spend it. In this EconomicsMinute you will develop two budgets, or plans, to help you decide how to allocate your income. . . assuming you do not love making dollar bill rings.
  • Baseball Economics 101
    As any baseball fan can tell you, the New York Yankees have won many World Series championships. The Yankees' success--as well as the success of other big market, high revenue teams--has led many to question whether smaller market teams can compete in Major League Baseball (MLB). This lesson will help you answer a variety of questions, such as: Are MLB teams losing money? Are MLB owners looking to dump unprofitable teams on unsuspecting investors? Are MLB players grossly overpaid?
  • Changes in Change
    This lesson begins with students visiting a website that gives them practice in counting money. The second site goes one step further in that students are given opportunities to make change for make-believe purchases.
  • Fraction Track
    Mathematical games can foster mathematical communication as students explain and justify their moves to one another. In addition, games can motivate students and engage them in thinking about and applying concepts and skills. This e-examples contains an interactive version of a game that can be used in the grades 3-5 classroom to support students' learning about fractions.
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