Mrs. Courtney Doran
Welcome to 5th Grade!
I am looking forward to a great year during their last year as an elementary student! This year will be full of exciting learning opportunities preparing students for future academic adventures. I am looking forward to a very positive and rewarding year. Remember that open lines of communication between the parent, student and teacher are key to prompting an educational climate that is conducive to learning. Together we can make a difference!
5th Grade Math & Science Online Review Resources
This game can help you to understand the place value of digits and help you see how to multiply and divide decimals by 10 and 100.
Watch the place value videos and practice your place value skills.
Multiply & Divide Whole Numbers
Internet4Classrooms: https://www.internet4classrooms.com/online_practice/common_core/math_mathematics_5th_fifth_grade/quiz_multiply_three-digit_two digit_number_5th_fifth_grade_math_mathematics_start.htm
This is an online self-checking practice/review quiz with problems on multiplication of a three-digit by a two-digit number.
Mr. Nussbaum Learning + Fun: https://mrnussbaum.com/multiplication-pal-online-multiplication-simulation
This is an online multiplication simulation that allows students to complete small or large multiplication, step-by-step, in an interview format. Students can even enter their own problem!
Mr. Nussbaum Learning + Fun: https://mrnussbaum.com/drag-n-drop-math-online
Drag ‘N’ Drop Math is an online workshop in which students can easily complete multi-digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems, using big and small draggable numbers.
This is an online self-checking practice/review quiz with problems on multiplication of a four-digit number by a three-digit number.
Snork the monster has forgotten how to solve long division problems! Help Snork solve the division problems with a step-by-step how to for each step. This site also provides other math games for many 5th grade standards.
This is an online self-checking practice/review quiz with problems on division of four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers.
Multiply & Divide Whole Numbers: Word Problems
Mr. Nussbaum Learning + Fun: https://mrnussbaum.com/multi-step-word-problems-with-addition-subtraction-multiplication-and-division-online
This activity requires students to solve multi-step word problems with all four operations.
This is an online quiz that has both multiplication and division word problems.
CK-12 Brain Genie: https://braingenie.ck12.org/skills/103207
This site provides word problems with both multiplication and division. You might need some scratch paper to do some work!
Read, Write, & Compare Decimals
Read & Write Decimal Practice Problems:
Write Decimals Game: https://kahoot.it/challenge/66db9a7f-2606-4158-835a-fb7ca485c7cb_1585250150878
Students should be able to read and write decimal numbers to the thousandths place using base-ten numerals, word form, and expanded form. When given one of the number forms, students should be able to write that number in any of the other forms. Use of a place value chart to determine correct values of the digits is important for accurately writing numbers in the given forms.
Compare Decimal Practice Problems:
Comparing Decimals Game: https://kahoot.it/challenge/66db9a7f-2606-4158-835a-fb7ca485c7cb_1585250425773
Students should be able to compare two or more decimal numbers through the thousandths place value. Use of a place value chart to line up the places is a great way to compare two or more numbers. Remember that decimal values can be expressed as fractions (denominators used should be tenths, hundredths, or thousandths). Zeros can also be added to the end of a decimal number to “even out” the number of places to compare. Comparisons can be made using symbols (<, >, or =)
Add & Subtract Decimals
Practice your addition and subtraction of decimals with these practice problems and word problems.
This page reviews the steps for adding and subtracting decimals. Solve the problems at the bottom of the page to practice adding and subtracting decimals.
Multiply & Divide Decimals
This page reviews the steps for multiplying decimals. Solve the problems at the bottom of the page to practice multiplying decimals.
This page reviews the steps for multiplying whole numbers by decimals. Solve the problems at the bottom of the page to practice this skill.
This page reviews the steps for dividing decimals by whole numbers. Solve the problems at the bottom of the page to practice dividing decimals by whole numbers.
Add & Subtract Fractions
AAA Math: https://www.aaamath.com/g57k_ax1.htm
Add fractions with unlike denominators. Be careful, because your answer cannot be a mixed number, but it must be simplified. Scroll down to challenge yourself by playing Countdown, Give Me Time or 20 Questions while you practice. You’ll need paper and pencil to solve the problems.
AAA Math: https://www.aaamath.com/g57l_sx1.htm
Subtract fractions with unlike denominators. Be careful, because your answers cannot be mixed numbers, but must be simplified. Scroll down to challenge yourself by playing Countdown, Give Me Time or 20 Questions while you practice. You’ll need paper and pencil to solve the problems.
Big Learners Worksheets: https://www.biglearners.com/common-core/worksheets/grade-5/math/number-operations-fractions/5.nf.a.1
Practice adding and subtracting fractions, including mixed numbers, using a variety of worksheets. Use the worksheet titles and previews to choose which worksheets will work best for you.
Multiply & Divide Fractions
How to videos: www.supereasymath.com/elementary-menu
Practice worksheets: www.commoncoresheets.com
There are three simple steps used to multiply two fractions:
- Step 1: Multiply the numerators from each fraction by each other (the numbers on top).
- Step 2: Multiply the denominators of each fraction by each other (the numbers on the bottom).
- Step 3: Simplify or reduce the answer.
There are four simple steps used to divide two fractions. Dividing fractions is very similar to multiplying fractions. The one change is that you must take the reciprocal (invert the fraction) of the divisor. Continue with the problem just as if you were multiplying.
- Step 1: Invert the fraction of the divisor.
- Step 2: Multiply the numerators.
- Step 3: Multiply the denominators.
- Step 4: Simplify the answer
Mystery Science: https://mysteryscience.com/earth/water-cycle-earth-s-systems
This unit helps students develop the idea that water is a profoundly important natural resource, but one which requires surprising ingenuity to find and maintain. Each lesson discusses Hydrosphere & The Roles of Water, Groundwater as a Natural Resource, Water Cycle, and Natural Disasters & Engineering. This site provides Hands on, interactive activities that relate to real life.
Mystery Science: https://mysteryscience.com/astronomy/sun-moon-stars-planets
This astronomy unit helps students develop a new perspective on the world they’re standing on. Throughout this investigation students will engage in actual and simulated observations of the sky, and they will engage in the process of inquiry: beginning with observations, debating a range of possible causes, and reasoning to possible conclusions.