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3 Contents 4 Telling Time Adding 2-Digits 25 Mental Math Strategies 59 5 Fractions Subtracting 2-Digits 26 Multiplying 2-Digits 60 6 Add and Subtracting Money 28 Multiplying 2-Digits Estimating Sums Adding 3-Digits 29 Multiplying 2-Digits 79 8 Estimating Differences Subtracting 3-Digits 36 Multiplying 3-Digits 80 9 Estimating Sums Adding 4-Digits 38 Multiplying 3-Digits Estimating Differences Subtracting 4-Digits 39 Multiplying 3-Digits 86 Place Value and 13 Multiplying 2-Digits Expanded Notation Fraction Word Problems Fraction Word Problems Long Division Lapbook Multiplying Decimals Multiplying Decimals Three Division Formats Comparing Fractions and Decimals Dividing by 1-Digit Multiplying Fractions 14 Place Value to 1000s 42 Multiplying 2-Digits 94 Dividing by 1-Digit 15 Place Value to 1000s 43 Multiplying 3-Digits 95 Dividing Fractions 16 Place Value Houses 44 Multiplying 3-Digits 120 Dodecahedron Net 17 Place Value to Millions 45 Estimating Products 141 Adding Fractions 18 Place Value to Millions 46 Estimating Products Place Value to Millions 54 Fraction Word Problems Place Value to Millions 58 Fraction Word Problems 153 Let s Review I Let s Review II Let s Review I Let s Review II Let s Review I Let s Review II
4 Contents 154 Let s Review I Let s Review II Answer Key
5 4 Telling Time & Adding 2-Digits A. Draw the hands on each clock face to show the time. 12:20 6:05 9:35 1:50 10:40 1:32 9:41 11:24 6:58 B. Solve the addition problems. The first one is done for you!
6 5 Fractions & Subtracting 2-Digits A. Write the fraction that represents the shaded parts of each group. 2 3 B. Solve the subtraction problems. The first one is done for you!
7 6 Adding and Subtracting Money Add or subtract money. Don t forget the currency symbol and decimal point. $2.00 $5.54 $8.02 $ $ $ $ $3.02 $4.13 $3.45 $2.46 $ $ $ $ $5.57 $6.72 $3.42 $2.49 $ $ $5.36 $0.32 $4.52 $8.56 $6.48 $2.96 $4.58 $0.36 $3.05 $1.43 $0.26 Pound Euro Chinese Yuan Russian Ruble
8 7 Estimating Sums & Adding 3-Digits Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred. Solve the actual problems for the first four as well estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate:
9 8 Estimating Differences & Subtracting 3-Digits Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred. Solve the actual problems for the first four as well estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate: estimate:
10 9 Estimating Sums & Adding 4-Digits A. Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred B. Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest thousand C. Choose four problems above to find the exact sums. You can solve all eight problems if you want!
11 10 Estimating Differences & Subtracting 4-Digits A. Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred B. Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest thousand C. Choose four problems above to find the exact differences. You can solve all eight problems if you want!
12 13 Place Value and Expanded Notation A. How many hundreds, tens, and ones are in the number 405? = hundreds + tens + ones B. Write the number 405 in expanded form, or expanded notation. = + C. Write each number in standard form = = = 2, = = 3, = = 8, = D. Write each number in expanded form. 82 = 463 = 305 = 350 = 5,281 =
13 14 Place Value to Thousands A. Cut out the number cards below. Read each number out loud. Put two boxes together with the biggest number first and then read what that number would be. Have someone who knows their big numbers check you. B. Write down seven of the numbers in the first column of the table on Day 15. CUT ALONG DOTTED LINES ,547 3, ,021 5,
14 15 Place Value to Thousands Pick seven numbers from the number cards on Day 14 and write them down in the Standard column. Write each number in expanded and word form. Standard Expanded Word
15 16 Place Value Houses Write a digit other than zero in each room in each house. Read your number. Have someone who knows their big numbers check you. Millions Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones,, Millions Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones,, Millions Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones Hundreds Tens Ones,,
16 17 Place Value to Millions Cut out the number cards at the bottom of the page. Put them together to make big numbers. Say each number you make. Write down two of the numbers in standard, expanded, and word form. Standard: Expanded: Word: Standard: Expanded: Word: CUT ALONG DOTTED LINES , ,
17 18 Place Value to Millions Write the value of each underlined digit in words. ones tens ten thousands thousands hundreds hundred thousands millions 47,531 thousands 2,429 19,270 25,286 63, , , ,212 2,254,065 8,564,159 4,378,387
18 19 Place Value to Millions A. Write each number in expanded form. 32,917 = 54,890 = 672,039 = 2,803,426 = 4,367,204 = B. Write 4-digit numbers. Then write each number in expanded form. = = C. Write 5-digit numbers. Then write each number in expanded form. = =
19 20 Place Value to Millions A. Write each number in standard or expanded form to complete the table. 7, ,932 9,312,507 B. Write each number in standard or word form to complete the table. 12,368 two hundred forty-two thousand, seven hundred nineteen 4,502,587
20 25 Mental Math Strategies A. Add or subtract mentally. Use expanded notation or rounding = = = = = = B. Solve each word problem mentally. Ron collects stamps. He collected 58 flower stamps and 46 bird stamps. How many stamps did Ron collect altogether? Roger has 966 red marbles and 759 blue marbles. Mark has 834 red marbles and 763 blue marbles. Who has more marbles? Grace had 987 smiley stickers. She gave 879 of them to her sister Angela. How many stickers does Grace have now? Mia needs to solve 35 problems. She has solved 18 problems so far. How many problems does Mia still needs to solve? Sam read 176 pages of his reading assignment last week. He read 189 pages this week. How many pages did Sam read in all? The candy store sold 453 candies last week. It sold 328 candies this week. How many candies did the candy store sell altogether?
21 26 Multiplying 2-Digits Let s practice multiplying bigger numbers. The first two are done for you! x 4 x 4 x 3 x 30 x x 6 x 3 x 2 x 5 x x 4 x 7 x 8 x 2 x 9
22 28 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 2-Digits x 57 x 49 x 68 x 60 x x 26 x 37 x 46 x 35 x x 72 x 53 x 65 x 75 x 23
23 29 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 2-Digits x 86 x 57 x 36 x 73 x x 65 x 47 x 82 x 68 x x 17 x 72 x 86 x 55 x 29
24 36 Multiplying 3-Digits Solve the multiplication problems. Two problems are done for you! x 6 x 4 x 56 x 98 5,250 2, ,550 23, x 58 x 68 x 95 x x 43 x 34 x 91 x 27
25 38 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 3-Digits x 532 x 253 x 321 x x 975 x 641 x 930 x 382
26 39 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 3-Digits x 374 x 549 x 270 x x 367 x 746 x 342 x 486
27 41 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 2-Digits x 7 x 8 x 9 x 5 x x 8 x 2 x 1 x 6 x x 9 x 7 x 3 x 4 x 3
28 42 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 2-Digits x 42 x 38 x 41 x 25 x x 22 x 85 x 73 x 60 x x 92 x 73 x 49 x 52 x 29
29 43 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 3-Digits x 73 x 19 x 65 x x 28 x 67 x 52 x x 81 x 43 x 66 x 29
30 44 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying 3-Digits x 122 x 195 x 774 x x 558 x 392 x 747 x x 806 x 311 x 570 x 432
31 45 Estimating Products A. Estimate each product by rounding the top number to the nearest hundred and the bottom number to the nearest ten and then multiplying the first digits x 34 x x 49 x estimate: estimate: x 54 x x 86 x estimate: estimate: x 87 x x 93 x estimate: estimate: x 11 x x 35 x estimate: estimate: B. Estimate the product by rounding the first number to the nearest thousand and the second number to the nearest hundred. 5,678 x 504 = x =
32 46 Estimating Products A. Estimate each product by rounding the top number to the nearest hundred and the bottom number to the nearest ten and then multiplying the first digits. Solve the actual problems as well x 38 x x 14 x x 53 x x 62 x B. Find the difference between the actual and the estimated answers.
33 54 Fraction Word Problems For each word problem, make a labeled sketch and write an equation. Explain your answer to someone. The first one is done for you! After school, Adam spent of an hour on math, on reading, and on science. What fraction of an hour did he spend on studying? Labeled Sketch: Equation: math reading science hour Kyle had of a carton of eggs. After he used some to bake cookies, of the carton was left. What fraction of the carton did Kyle use? Labeled Sketch: Equation: The morning break lasts of an hour. Danny spent of an hour jumping rope. What fraction of an hour did he have left after that? Labeled Sketch: Equation:
34 58 Fraction Word Problems For each word problem, make a labeled sketch and write an equation. Explain your answer to someone. The store had of a box of apples. It sold of the box in the morning. What fraction of the box did the store have left after that? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Walter bought three boxes of fruit. They weigh pounds, pounds, and pounds each. What is the total weight of the three boxes? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Tracy used gallons of red paint, gallons of blue paint,and 23 gallons of 8 white paint to paint her house. How many gallons of paint did Tracy use in total? Labeled Sketch: Equation:
35 59 Fraction Word Problems For each word problem, make a labeled sketch and write an equation. Explain your answer to someone. The first one is done for you! The city has a beautiful 2 mile trail. Claire walked the first 1 1 miles of the trail 4 and ran the rest. How far did she run? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Start ½ 1 1½ 2 miles Walked Ran mile Matt went for a walk on the trail. He walked of a mile. Then he turned around and walked back to the start of the trail. How many miles did he walk in all? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Start ½ 1 1½ 2 miles Jacob decided to run the whole trail. After running 1 3 miles, he got tired and 8 decided to walk the rest. How far did he have to walk to finish the trail? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Start ½ 1 1½ 2 miles
36 60 Fraction Word Problems For each word problem, make a labeled sketch and write an equation. Explain your answer to someone. Chris went for a walk on the trail. He walked 1 1 of a mile. Then he turned 8 around and walked back to the start. How many miles did he walk in all? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Laura ran to the mile marker and ran back to the mile marker. Then she turned around and ran the rest of the trail. How many miles did she run in all? Labeled Sketch: Equation: Everyday Justin walks the trail. When he gets to the 1 1 mile marker, he turns 4 around and walks back to the start. How many miles does he walk in 5 days? Labeled Sketch: Equation:
37 61 + Long Division Lapbook From Day 61 to Day 65, cut out the pieces as instructed to make a long division lapbook. Division Terms Cut this out as one piece (recommended) or divide it up into three pieces and draw the dividing line yourself. Fold each of the blank sides over the words so that the words are hidden. Write a division problem on the covers. You could write 75 for the dividend, 5 for the divisor, and 15 for the quotient. Or use your own problem. Quotient Divisor Dividend Long Division Steps Long Division Steps
39 First Thing Check Answer Write inside: The first thing I need to do is (you write the rest). How Do You Check Your Answer? Number Pocket Cut out along the solid lines and fold along the dotted lines. Fold the back section up and then glue down the flaps to form a pocket. Attach to your lapbook. FLAP Number Pocket FLAP BACK
40 Numbers Cut out the numbers along the solid lines. Fold each number in half along the dotted line. Store the numbers in the number pocket. Below are the numbers that will make up your practice problems. The 84 is your Dividend. The 3, 4 and 6 are your Divisors Below are the numbers that you will use to solve the problems. Cut out the numbers on the next page, too. There are some blanks if you need/want more
41 Numbers (continued)
42 79 A. Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying Decimals x 0.8 x 0.4 x 0.9 x x 3.7 x 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.8 B. Can you solve this riddle? Use the clues to find the 7-digit number.,. Divide 79 by 7. Write the remainder in the tens and thousandths places. Add the number in the tens place to the number of days in a week. Write the answer in the thousands and ones places. Multiply the number in the tens place by the number in the ones place and then divide the result by 5. Write the remainder in the hundreds and tenths places. Add 3 to the number in the tens places. Write the result in the hundredths place.
43 80 Solve the multiplication problems. Multiplying Decimals x 0.48 x 0.59 x 0.43 x x 0.54 x 0.45 x 0.12 x x 0.95 x 0.72 x 0.33 x 0.84
44 85 Three Division Formats Write each division problem in three different formats. using a division symbol using a long division symbol as a fraction 12 3 = = 12 3 = 6 57 = = = = = = = = = = = = = 57 4 = = = =
45 86 Comparing Fractions and Decimals Compare the fractions and decimals. Convert each fraction to a decimal by dividing the numerator by the denominator and then compare the decimals. 0.4 < 1 2 = YOUR WORK AREA
46 92 Dividing by 1-Digit & Multiplying Fractions A. Find the quotient and remainder for each division problem B. Multiply the fractions. Simplify your answers as much as possible = = = = = = = =
47 94 Dividing by 1-Digit Find the quotient and remainder for each division problem
48 95 Dividing Fractions A. Divide the fractions and whole numbers. Simplify your answers if possible = = = = = = = = = = B. Can you solve this riddle? Use the clues to find the correct fraction I am a proper fraction My value is bigger than a third. I am not equivalent to 1/ My numerator is even What am I? Circle me!
49 120 Dodecahedron Net Cut the net out. Fold and paste it together to make a dodecahedron.
50 141 Adding Fractions Add the fractions with like denominators. Simplify your answer and convert it to a mixed number, if needed = = = = = = = =
51 151 Let s Review! I A. Complete the problems x 5 x B. Count by fourths from 5 to C. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. The store sold 20 cookies for $1.00 each. Their cost per cookie is $0.45. What was the profit? Three children share a box of candies equally. Each gets 7 candies. There are then 2 candies left. How many candies were in the box originally? Find the median and range of Kate s math scores: 92, 84, 81, 76, 93, 76, 85 Median: Range: D. Complete the next worksheet, too.
52 151 Let s Review! II D. Write your answers in the blanks provided. 700 cm = m There are nickels in $2.65. E. How many obtuse angles are within each shape? F. Find two numbers whose product would be between 250 and 300. Can you find more pairs? G. James wants to build a rectangular pen with 16 feet of fencing. Assuming the dimensions (length and width) are to be whole numbers, answer the following. a) Draw and label all the possible rectangles that James could make. b) Find and record the area of each rectangle. c) Color in the rectangle that gives the greatest area.
53 152 A. Solve the problems. Let s Review! I x 3 x B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. What is 300 more than 7,845? What is the product of 3 and 6? How many meters are there in 3 kilometers? It s 2:15 p.m. What time will it be in 45 minutes? What is the digit in the ten thousands place in 23,954? C. Calculate the area (A) of each shape A = A = A = D. Complete the next worksheet, too.
54 152 Let s Review! II D. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. It takes Laura 15 minutes to walk a mile. How long will it take her to walk 6 miles? Emily runs 20 miles each week. How many weeks will it take her to run 180 miles? Sam and Matt have $58 in total. Sam has $10 more than Matt. How much money does Matt have? Matt is studying 2-D shapes. He drew 3 rectangles and then 2 triangles. If he continues this pattern, what shape will he draw as the 28 th shape? E. Can you solve these riddles? Use the clues to find the correct answer. I have fewer than 25 coins but more than 10 coins. If I put them in piles of 4 or 5, I have 1 coin left over. How many coins do I have? I have fewer than 40 coins but more than 20 coins. If I put them in piles of 5 or 6, I have 3 coins left over. How many coins do I have?
55 153 Let s Review! I A. Complete the problems x x 7 B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. How many 10s are in 10,000? How many nickels are in 4 quarters and 7 dimes? How many lines of symmetry does a square have? C. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour to make 8 servings of a cake. How many cups of flour would you need to make 40 servings of cakes? Mark is making 10 treat bags for his friends. He plans to include a 75 orange, a 60 apple, and a 25 banana. How much money does Mark need? D. Complete the next worksheet, too.
56 153 Let s Review! II D. Measure each line to the nearest quarter inch. inches inches inches E. Can you solve these tricky problems? Take your time and think carefully! How many rectangles can you draw by connecting four dots on the right? Remember that a square is also a type of rectangle! rectangles If you multiply me by 113, subtract 93, divide by 8, and then add 241, you get 300. What number am I? Leah had a workbook of 300 division problems. On the first day she solved 25 problems. On the second day she solved 12 more problems than the first day. If each day she solved 12 more problems than the day before, on what day would she have completed the workbook? YOUR WORK AREA
57 154 Let s Review! I A. Complete the problems x 4 x B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. How many ounces are in half of a pound? 5 hundreds + 35 tens + 4 tenths + 24 hundredths = How many pairs of parallel lines does a square have? C. Write the fraction that represents the shaded part of each rectangle. D. Can you solve this geometry puzzle? Take your time and think carefully! How many squares can you draw by connecting four dots on the right? Remember that a rectangle is not a square! Don t forget to count tilted ones! squares E. Complete the next worksheet, too.
58 154 Let s Review! II E. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. Orson bought 4 cookies. He paid $10 and received $0.32 in change. How much did each cookie cost? Monica solved 6 worksheets. Each worksheet had 8 problems. Fifteen of the problems were division. How many problems were not division? Find the median and range of Mia s math scores: 90, 86, 82, 78, 96, 89, 85 Median: Range: Mia got 92 and 98 this week. Find the new median and range. Median: Range: How many years would it take you to spend one million dollars if you spend $500 a month? How many years would it take you to spend one million dollars if you spend $50 a day?
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Home Link 8-1 Shapes In this lesson children examined different shapes, such as triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons. They also discussed these shapes attributes or characteristics such as
Done By Mr. Qusai Al-Rifai IBN KHALDOON SCHOOL Math Review for Grade 5 Student s : 1 Grade 5 Review Choose the correct answer: 1) Write the value of 9 in the 6,195,473 a)9,000 b) 90,000 c) 900,000 d) 900
LESSON 21 page 114 Name Naming Dollars and Cents Exchanging Dollars, Dimes, and Pennies Teacher Note: Refer students to Money on page 4 in the Student Reference Guide New Concepts Naming Dollars and Cents
1 5th Grade Fraction Operations Part 2 2015 11 13 www.njctl.org 2 Multiplying Fractions Table of Contents click on the topic to go to that section Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers Multiplying with
Lesson 4.1 Reteach Estimate Quotients Using Multiples Find two numbers the quotient of 142 4 5 is between. Then estimate the quotient. You can use multiples to estimate. A multiple of a number is the product
Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program TCAP Math Grade 5 Practice Test Subpart 1, Subpart 2, & Subpart 3 Student Name Teacher Name Published under contract with the Tennessee Department of Education
The Willows Primary School Mental Mathematics Policy The Willows Primary Mental Maths Policy Teaching methodology and organisation Teaching time All pupils will receive between 10 and 15 minutes of mental
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HOME LINK 8 1 Coin Combinations 88 89 Family Note In the next lesson, we will extend our work with money to include dollars. In preparation for this, we have been practicing counting coins. If your child
Properties of Numbers 1. Write the number twelve thousand and forty-eight in figures. 2. Round two hundred and thirty-five to the nearest ten. 3. Which of these numbers is not a multiple of eight? Fifty-four,
Mrs. Ambre s Math Notebook Almost everything you need to know for 7 th grade math Plus a little about 6 th grade math And a little about 8 th grade math 1 Table of Contents by Outcome Outcome Topic Page
4.1 The Student will identify the place value for each digit in a whole number expressed through millions a) orally and in writing; b) compare two whole numbers expressed through millions, using symbols
Mastery Expectations For the Fourth Grade Curriculum In Fourth Grade, Everyday Mathematics focuses on procedures, concepts, and s in three critical areas: Understanding and fluency with multi-digit multiplication,
0 3 5 9 6 0 7 Go Fish! This variation of Go Fish will reel student pairs into reinforcing number forms! In advance, make four copies of page on tagboard and cut apart the cards. For each game card, program
4 CHAPTER Lesson 4.1 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Product of Proper Fractions Look at the diagram. Then complete. 1. 3 5? 1_ 2 of 3_ 5 Complete. 2. 3_ 4 of 5_ 7 Extra Practice 5A
Lesson 3.1 Reteach Thousandths Thousandths are smaller parts than hundredths. If one hundredth is divided into 10 equal parts, each part is one thousandth. Write the decimal shown by the shaded parts of
MATH STUDENT BOOK 6th Grade Unit 1 Unit 1 Whole Numbers and Algebra MATH 601 Whole Numbers and Algebra INTRODUCTION 3 1. WHOLE NUMBERS AND THEIR PROPERTIES 5 ROUNDING AND ESTIMATION 7 WHOLE NUMBER OPERATIONS