The second 9 weeks of school are packed with content. Some of this content can be difficult to teach. If you’re looking for streamlined resources to make lesson planning easier, I’m sharing my top 9 Fifth Grade Math Resources for the second 9 weeks of the school year.
If you haven’t already grabbed a copy of my FREE 5th Grade Math Curriculum Map (it’s even editable!), make sure that you do. It will provide a very clear overview of the 5th grade math curriculum laid out by quarter and by week.
Top 9 Fifth Grade Math Resources for the Second 9 Weeks
1. Place Value with Comparative Statements (5.NBT.1) – decimals
- Understanding how the value of a digit in one place compares to the value of that same digit in another place can be VERY confusing in 5th grade. This pack helps break down this skill in clear detail with helpful visual charts and detailed notes. In the second 9 weeks, you’ll focus on this skill using decimals.
- You may have introduced these skills with whole numbers in the first 9 weeks, but you’ll focus on decimals in the second 9 weeks.
3. Multiply and Divide by Powers of 10 Resource Pack – decimals
- This concept is best illustrated with place value charts in order to see how the digits increase or decrease in value as they’re multiplied or divided by powers of 10.
- Round decimals to the hundredths place using this comprehensive resource pack.
- Use two strategies to teach your students to add and subtract decimals: visual models and the standard algorithm.
- Use two strategies to teach your students to multiply decimals: visual models and the standard algorithm.
- Use two strategies to teach your students to divide decimals: visual models and the standard algorithm.
- Review reading, writing, comparing, rounding, ordering, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals with this Halloween-themed pack. You’ll receive various sets of task cards as well as an interactive activity for ordering decimals.
- If you want to review whole number multiplication, grab a FREE copy of my Halloween Multiplication Task Cards.
- Provide students with a pre-assessment prior to beginning the 2nd and 3rd unit and a post-assessment as a formal end-of-unit assessment. Use the quizzes by standard to assess each skill throughout the unit.
Get through the second 9 weeks with resources that are already created for you.