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1 Week 1 Prerequisite skills review Chapter 1 pretest Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp. 14 or MIF Student book 5A pp. 14 Reteach 4A (1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 3.2, 3.4) NWEA Kids start Wed. Week Writing numbers to 10,000, Place value 1.3 Comparing whole numbers Week Rounding and Estimating Week 4 5.NBT.5, 5.NBT.6 5.NBT.2 5.NBT.5 5.NBT.2 Problem solving & review Chapter 1 test Chapter 2 prerequisite skills (multiplication & division, order of operations) 2.1 using a calculator 2.2 Multiply whole numbers by multiples of 10; use /explain patterns 2.3 multiply whole numbers by powers of 10 MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp. 16 Place Value chips (manipulative kit) MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Place value chart MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp. 57 Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Calculator MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Place value chart MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Multiplication table Reteach 5A ( ) Reteach 4A ( , 5.1) NWEA Chapter 1 test PCI day Thurs. 1
2 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 (Hex Check) 5.NBT.5 5.NBT.6 5.NBT.6 5.OA.2 5.NBT.5 5.NBT.6 & 2 5.NF.2 5.NF.2 5.NF Multiply 24 digit numbers by 2 digit whole numbers 2.5 Divide whole numbers by multiples of 10; use rounding, patterns, estimation 2.6 Divide 24 digit numbers by 2 digit whole numbers 2.7 Order of operations 2.8 Real world problems Problem solving, review, & performance task Chapter 2 test Chapter 3 prereq. skills; Review factoring, LCD 3.1 Adding unlike fractions 3.2 Subtracting unlike fractions 3.3 Change fractions to mixed numbers Week 8 5.NF Change fractions to decimals MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Grid paper MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Place value chart MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Multiplication table MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp calculator MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Fraction manipulatives MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Fraction manipulatives Reteach 5A ( ) Reteach 4A (6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.7, 6.8, 7.5) Chapter 2 test Cumulative review 12 wb pp
3 3.5 Add mixed numbers 3.6 Subtract mixed numbers MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Week 9 Week 10 Week 11, 5.NF.2 5.NF.4 5.NF.4a&b 5.NF.4a 5.NF.6 5.NF.4a&b 5.NF.5 a & b 5.NF.6 5.NF.4a, 5.NF.6 5.NF.7a & b & c 5.NF.6, 5.NF.7a & c 5.NF Real world problems (consider units) Problem solving strategies & review Chapter 3 test Ch. 4 prereq. skills, factoring 4.1 Multiply proper fractions 4.2 Real world problems 4.3 Multiply fractions (reduce) 4.4 Multiply mixed numbers 4.5 Real world problems 4.6 Divide fractions 4.7 Real world problems Problem solving strategies & review Cumulative review MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Place value chart (with decimal) MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp s MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Yellow & blue crayons s MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Table of measures MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Workbook 5A pp & Reteach 5A ( ) Reteach 4A (chapter 6) Reteach 5A ( ) Chapter 3 test 3
4 Week 12 (2 nd Hex) Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Week 16 (no school) 5.OA.3, 5.OA.2 5.OA.2 5.NF.4b Chapter 4 test / 1 st Benchmark test Chapter 5 prereq. skills 5.1 Number patterns & relations 5.2 Write & evaluate algebraic expressions 5.3 Combine like terms 5.4 Write & evaluate inequalities 5.4 continued. Solve simple equations 5.5 solve real world problems Problem solving strategy & review Chapter 5 test Ch. 6 prereq. skills (area, triangle parts) 6.1 Area of rectangle 6.2 Area of triangle, geometry vocab. Assessment 5 chapter test pp or Benchmark test on Illuminate Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Algebra tiles MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Reteach 5A ( ) Benchmark test Chapter 5 test This week is light to allow for makeup. If on pace, work ahead. 4
5 Week 17 Week 18 Week 19 5.G.3 5.G.4 5.NF.5 5.NF.5 5.NF Area of right triangle Problem solving strategy & review Chapter 6 test Ch. 7 prereq. skills 7.1 Read & write ratios 7.2 Equivalent ratios 7.3 Real world problems 7.4 Ratios as fractions 7.5 Comparing ratios 7.6 Real world problems Problem solving strategy (systematic list) & review MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Performance task ws Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Counters (2 colors); Snap cubes (2 colors) MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp colors of counters or snap cubes MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp MIF Student book 5A pp or MIF Workbook 5A pp Reteach 5A ( ) Reteach 5A ( ) Performance task Chapter 6 test Week 20 (Sem./3 rd Hex) Week 21 (no school) Week 22 (no school) Notes Cumulative review Midyear exam MIF Workbook 5A pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Midyear exam/ 2 nd benchmark 5
6 Week 23 Week 24 5.NBT.3 5.NBT.4 5.NBT.3a 5.NBT.3b 5.NBT.4 5.NBT.3a Chapter 8 prereq. skills 8.1 Read & write decimals and convert to fractions 8.2 Compare, round, & order decimals 8.3 Rewrite decimals as fractions & mixed numbers Problem solving strategies & review Chapter 8 test Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5B pp. 16 MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp. 14 MIF Student book 5B pp.1822_ or MIF Workbook 5B pp. 58 Place value chart; Place value chips MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Place value chart; Place value chips MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Reteach 4A (7.2, 7.3, 7.4, chapter 3) Reteach 5B ( ) NWEA Chapter 8 test Week 25 Week 26 5.NBT.2, 5.NBT.2 5.NBT.4 5.NBT.2 5.NBT.4 Ch. 9 prereq. skills (multiplication & division) 9.1 Multiplying decimals 9.2 Multiply by multiples of Dividing decimals 9.4 Divide by multiples of Estimating decimal sums, differences, products & quotients Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Place value chart; Place value chips MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Multiplication table MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Place value chart; Place value chips MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Money manipulatives; Table of measures MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Grid paper Reteach 4A (7.1, 8.1, chapter 2) 6
7 Week 27 Week 28 (Hex 4) 4.MD.1 5.NBT Converting metric units 9.7 real world problems Problem solving and review Chapter 9 test Ch. 10 prereq. skills 10.1 compare fractions, decimals & percents 10.2 Change fractions to percents 10.3 Percent of a number Week 29 (no school) Week Real world problems Week 31 5.MD.2 Problem solving & review Cumulative review Chapter 10 test/ 3 rd benchmark Chapter 11 prereq. skills (reading graphs) 11.1 making line plots with fractions MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Centimeter ruler MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp or benchmark test or benchmark on Illuminate Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Grid paper; Colored pencils Reteach 4A (chapter 2) Reteach 5B ( ) Chapter 9 test 3 rd Benchmark test 7
8 Week 32 5.G.1 5.G.2 5.OA.3 5.G.1 5.G.2 5.OA.3 5.MD double bar graphs (scales & axes, key) 11.3 graphing coordinates and equations 11.4 Compare 2 sets of data on graphs 11.5 Finding combinations 11.6 Probability Problem solving & review Chapter 11 test Week 33 Chapter 12 prereq. skills (measure angles) 12.1 add angle measures on a line 12.2 add angles around a point 12.3 vertical angles Week 34 (Hex 5) Problem solving, review & performance task Chapter 12 test Chapter 13 prereq. skills MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Grid paper; Colored pencils MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Counters or snap cubes (3 colors) MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Protractor MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Performance task worksheet Assessment 5 chapter test pp Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp Tangrams Reteach 5B ( ) Reteach 5B ( ) Chapter 11 test Performance task Chapter 12 test Cumulative review pp
9 Week 35 Week 36 (no school) 5.G.3, 5.G.4 5.G.3, 5.G Classify triangles 13.2 Triangle angle sum theorem 13.3 Properties of triangles 13.4 Triangle inequalities MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Protractor MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Week 37 5.G.3, 5.G.4 5.G.3, 5.G Triangle inequality (cont.) 13.5 Properties of inequalities Problem solving and review Chapter 13 test MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp Reteach 5B ( ) Chapter 13 test Week 38 5.MD.1 Chapter 14 prereq skills 14.1 Building irregular solids with unit cubes 14.2 drawing rectangular prisms 14.3 Classify solids; nets Assessment 5 chapter pretest pp or MIF student book 5A pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Unit cubes MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Isometric Dot paper MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Nets of 3D figures 9
10 Week 39 5.NBT.5 5.MD.3, 5.MD.4 5.MD Surface area of a prism 14.5 volume of rectangular prisms MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Week 40 (Hex 6) Semester 2 5.MD.1, 5.MD.4 5.MD.5 5.MD.5c 14.6 use formula to find volume 14.7 Volume of composite solids Cumulative Review EndofYear test  Return materials & equip. MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp MIF Student book 5B pp or MIF Workbook 5B pp Assessment 5 chapter test pp or EndofYear test pp Reteach 5B ( ) Chapter 14 test or EndofYear exam Notes Homework problems to be determined by individual teacher not to exceed 1 hour per day 10
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