5th Grade Math ideas and resources. Centers, activities, guided math, anchor charts, posters, games, assessments, lessons
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Are you teaching fifth grade this year? You'll want to check out this post! Learn the topics taught and units from the 5th grade math curriculum.
How Many Times 5.NBT.1 4.NBT.1
Learn how many times larger and smaller numbers are based on their place values. Students will love the hands on approach to this activity. Swap out your worksheets for these task cards and arrow manipulatives!
Get ideas for how to teach adding fractions to your students. Learn how you can teach how to add numerators and how you can add fractions using a number line. Get a free adding fractions freebie to help solidify students' understanding.
5.NBT.1 4.NBT.1 How Many Times
Teach students how many times smaller or larger numbers are with this hands on activity. Use the task cards and arrows to teach standards 4.NBT.1 and 5.NBT.1 place value skills.
Math Interactive Notebooks
If you need a math interactive notebook for second, third, fourth, or fifth grade, then these are for you! These math interactive notebooks are aligned to grade level common core standards and don't require any complicated folds or cuts.
How I Teach Guided Math
Want to make math rotations a part of your schedule this year? With organization, you can get your groups running smoothly. Learn how I set up Guided Math and make it work for me and the class I have this year. Setting your expectations early on in the year is the best way to have your small groups running smoothly. Learn what activities I include, and how I teach my students to be independent.
5.NBT.1 4.NBT.1 How Many Times
Teach your students about place value and powers of ten using this hands on activity. Students will use the arrows and task cards to figure out how many times larger or smaller a number is depending on its place. Students will love this game.
Center Binders for Guided Math
Setting up centers in a binder is a great way to differentiate for students, as well as provide them with an independent way to participate in Guided Math groups.