The third 9 weeks of school are almost all about FRACTIONS (and maybe a little bit of Geometry). Fractions are often a challenge for students, but I'm here to help you out. If you're looking for streamlined resources to make lesson planning easier, I'm sharing my top 9 Fifth Grade Math Resources for the third 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 Third 9 Weeks

#1 Equivalent Fractions

#2 Add and Subtract Fractions

This resource includes a section to review adding and subtracting fractions with *like* denominators using both visual models as well as the standard algorithm from 4th grade. Then, they will move onto the 5th grade skill and learn how to create visual models and use the standard algorithm to add and subtract fractions with *unlike *denominators.

Grab a free downloadable template to help students organize their work.

#3 Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers

#4 Fractions as Division

Did you know that a fraction is just a division problem? Help students to clearly rewrite fractions as a division problem, division problems as fractions, and interpret word problems so that they can write and solve expressions using both of these skills.

Grab a free downloadable template to help students organize their work.

#5 Multiplication as Scaling

This standard may be new to your students. This is a conceptual skill in which students will determine whether the product of one number will be greater than, less than, or equal to one of its factors based on the value of the second factor. This skill is great because it involves more understanding of value as opposed to being able to solve problems using an algorithm.

#6 Multiply Fractions (and Mixed Numbers)

Your students will be given two strategies to help them multiply fractions: visual models and the standard algorithm. The visual models are a great way to help them see a connection and understand why the product is less than the value of each factor.

Also included - notes, practice, and exit tickets on multiplying mixed numbers using area models as well as the standard algorithm.

#7 Divide Fractions

Two strategies are included to help your students divide fractions: visual models and the standard algorithm. Dividing fractions can be a challenge conceptually, so having visual models can assist students in making this connection.

Grab a free downloadable template to help students organize their work.

#8 Fraction Line Plots

Provide real-world problems that will have your students creating a line plot to represent a group of fractions. This pack comes with clear notes and practice to help them learn to plot, graph, and answer questions about the data.

#9 Geometry (Triangles and Quadrilaterals)

Show your students how to classify triangles as acute, obtuse, or right as well as equilateral, isosceles, or scalene based on their sides and angles.

Teach them to classify quadrilaterals based on their sides and angles as well as organize them into a hierarchy. Some schools or districts use the inclusive definition of a trapezoid, while others may use the exclusive definition of a trapezoid. This resource pack contains notes for * both* options.

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