# Fifth Grade Online Math Curriculum

Math is a very crucial component of a fifth grade education. Whether you homeschool or not, helping your child achieve the necessary fifth grade math objectives allows them to be prepared, confident and knowledgeable as they head into middle school and beyond. Without a solid understanding of the basics, learning more advanced math in the future will prove increasingly difficult.

## What Math Should a Fifth Grader Know?

In fifth grade math students predict the relative size of solutions in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, addition, subtraction, and multiplication of fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers. Additionally, they should have achieved mastery in numeration, rounding, money, and the customary and metric system, just to name a few.

Below are some concepts a fifth grader should know.

• Rounding numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand and hundred thousand
• Using partial products and mental multiplication
• Dividing with two-digit divisors
• Ordering and comparing fractions
• Comparing perimeter and area

Check out Time4Learning’s fifth grade math lesson plans below to learn about the concepts your child will learn when using our curriculum.

Below are just some of the fifth grade math objectives your child is expected to achieve. Finding a comprehensive and effective fifth grade math curriculum will ensure your child is learning all the important concepts and topics necessary to move on to sixth grade.

• Use place value to add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals
• Apply formulas to solve various customary length/weight/capacity/temperature problems
• Calculate the probability of an event

Additionally, Time4MathFacts helps with math fact fluency through interactive and gamified video lessons that help students practice and master important math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

## Time4Learning’s Fifth Grade Math Lesson Plans

#### Lesson 1: Roman and Greek Numerals

Students will use Roman and Greek numerals.

#### Lesson 2: Read and Write Whole Numbers

Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers up to the hundred billions.

#### Lesson 3: Expanding Whole Numbers up to Billions

Students will show numbers in standard and expanded form up to the billions place.

#### Lesson 4: Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers

Students will compare and order numbers using place value chart and number lines.

#### Lesson 5: Round Numbers

Students will round numbers up to one billion and use concept of rounding to solve real-world problems.

#### Lesson 6: Estimate Sums and Differences

Students will use estimation strategies to solve real-world problems in which they will find the sum and the difference.

#### Lesson 7: Evaluating for Reasonableness

Students will estimate and evaluate items for reasonableness and determine the reasonableness of given answers.

#### Lesson 1: Addition and Subtraction

Students will add and subtract whole numbers.

#### Lesson 2: Theory of Multiplication

Students will multiply whole numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Multiplying up to 3-digit by 2-digit

Students will solve multiplication problems that involve two-digit by two-digit multiplication as well as three-digit by two-digit multiplication.

#### Lesson 4: Problem Solving with Multiplication

Students will solve real-world problem involving estimation with two-by-two digit multiplication as well as three-digit by two-digit multiplication.

#### Lesson 5: Determining Greatest Common Factor

Students will determine the greatest common factor of given numbers.

#### Lesson 6: Determining Least Common Multiple

Determine the least common multiple of given numbers.

#### Lesson 7: Exponents

Students will use exponents to solve problem.

#### Lesson 8: Powers of 10

Students will identify powers of 10 through the 6th power.

#### Lesson 9: Multiplying by Powers of 10

Students will use patterns when multiplying by powers of ten.

#### Lesson 10: Exploring Exponents as Repeated Multiplication

Students will explore exponents as repeated multiplication.

#### Lesson 11: Division

Students will divide to solve problems.

#### Lesson 12: Estimating Quotients

Students will use compatible numbers to estimate quotients.

#### Lesson 13: Divisibility Rules

Students will apply the divisibility rules of 2, 3, 5, 9, and 10 to various numbers.

#### Lesson 14: Applying Division: Interpreting Remainders

Students will interpret remainders and apply the concepts in order to identify what remainders signify.

#### Lesson 15: Order of Operations

Students will use order of operations to solve problems.

#### Lesson 16: Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers

Students will define and identify prime and composite numbers up to 50. Students will find the prime factorization of numbers up to 50.

#### Lesson 17: Prime Factorization

Students will write factors of numbers using prime numbers only and prime factorization.

#### Lesson 18: Problem Solving

Students will solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Understanding Place Value

Students will understand that a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and one-tenth of what it represents in the place to its left.

#### Lesson 2: Read and Write to Thousandths

Students will read and write numbers to the thousandths in written and standard form and show equivalencies between the two.

#### Lesson 3: Decimals on Number Lines

Students will identify the number and place on the number line to signify given decimals.

#### Lesson 4: Compare and Order Decimals

Students will use <, > and = to compare decimals through thousandths. Students will order decimals through thousands.

#### Lesson 5: Rounding Decimals

Students will round decimals to an identified place value and to the nearest half or whole number.

#### Lesson 6: Adding and Subtracting Decimals

Students will add and subtract decimals.

#### Lesson 7: Estimating Sums and Differences with Decimals

Students will estimate sums and differences with decimals.

#### Lesson 8: Multiplying Decimals

Students will multiply decimals by other decimals.

#### Lesson 9: Dividing Decimals

Students will divide decimals with decimals and whole number in both the divisor and dividend.

#### Lesson 10: Estimating Products and Quotients with Decimals

Students will estimate products and quotients using decimals.

#### Lesson 11: Percents

Students will identify percents.

#### Lesson 12: Working with Percents

Students will find the percent of a number and solve real-world problems using percents.

#### Lesson 1: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Students will identify improper and mixed numbers and demonstrate their ability to find the equivalencies between the two.

#### Lesson 2: Least Common Denominator

Students will determine the least common denominator of fractions with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 3: Simplifying Fractions

Students will simplify fractions by find the lowest common denominator.

#### Lesson 4: Equivalent Fractions

Students will find equivalent forms of fractions not including mixed numbers.

#### Lesson 5: Comparing Fractions

Students will compare and order fractions.

#### Lesson 6: Rounding Fractions

Students will round fractions to the nearest half or whole number.

Students will add fractions, not including mixed numbers, with like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 8: Subtract Fractions

Students will subtract fractions, not including mixed numbers, with like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 9: Add and Subtract Fractions (Unlike Denominators)

Students will solve real-world problems involving subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 10: Adding Mixed Numbers

Students will add mixed numbers with and without regrouping.

#### Lesson 11: Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Students will subtract mixed numbers with and without regrouping.

#### Lesson 12: Multiply Two Fractions Using an Area Model

Students will represent the product of two fractions using an area model.

#### Lesson 13: Multiply Whole Numbers by Fractions

Students will determine the effect of multiplying a whole number by a fraction less than 1 and by a fraction greater than 1.

#### Lesson 14: Multiply Fractions (Not Mixed Numbers)

Students will multiply fractions, not including mixed numbers, and simplify answers.

#### Lesson 15: Multiply Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Students will solve problems involving multiplying a fraction by a mixed number, and multiplying a mixed number by a mixed number.

#### Lesson 16: Dividing with Unit Fractions

Students will model dividing whole numbers by unit fractions and unit fractions by whole numbers.

#### Lesson 17: Divide Unit Fractions in Real-World Problems

Students will solve real-world problems involving dividing with unit fractions.

#### Lesson 18: Dividing Fractions (Not Mixed Numbers)

Students will divide fractions, not including mixed numbers, by using reciprocals and simplify answers.

#### Lesson 19: Estimating Fractions

Students will estimate products and quotients using fractions.

#### Lesson 20: Interpreting a Fraction as Division

Students will interpret a fraction as representing division.

#### Lesson 21: Writing Fractions as Decimals

Students will write fractions as decimals.

#### Lesson 22: Equivalent to Percents

Students will demonstrate their understanding of the relationship between decimals and fractions and fractions to decimals and how they are equivalent to percents.

#### Lesson 23: Ratios

Students will learn fractions as ratios.

#### Lesson 24: Equivalent Ratios

Students will find equivalent ratios.

#### Lesson 25: Equivalent Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

Students will recognize the percent sign and understand percent as per hundred. Students will express equivalences between fractions, decimals and percentages and know common equivalencies.

#### Lesson 1: Integers

Students will describe life situations using integers and identify integers on a number line.

#### Lesson 2: Patterns and Function Rules

Students will determine patterns in pictures and tables and describe the function rule.

#### Lesson 3: Algebraic Expressions

Students will write and evaluate algebraic expressions.

#### Lesson 4: Patterns in Algebra

Students will find the rule in real-world problems and identify function rules from tables.

#### Lesson 5: Solving Equations with Addition

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers, decimals and fractions involving addition.

#### Lesson 6: Solving Equations with Subtraction

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions involving subtraction.

#### Lesson 7: Solving Equations with Multiplication

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers and decimals involving multiplication.

#### Lesson 8: Solving Equations with Division

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers and decimals involving division.

#### Lesson 1: Customary Length/Tool

Students will apply formulas to solve customary length problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve customary length problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 2: Customary Weight/Tool

Students will apply formulas to solve customary weight problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve customary weight problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 3: Customary Capacity/Tool

Students will apply formulas to solve customary capacity problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve customary capacity problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 4: Customary Temperature/Tool

Students will apply formulas involving temperatures in Fahrenheit degrees to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 5: Metric System

Students will learn about the metric system and learn how multiplying and dividing by ten affects the placement in the system.

#### Lesson 6: Length/Tool (Metric)

Students will apply formulas to solve metric length problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric length problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 7: Weight/Tool (Metric)

Students will apply formulas to solve metric weight problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric weight problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 8: Capacity/Tool (Metric)

Students will apply formulas to solve metric capacity problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric capacity problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 9: Temperature/Tool (Metric)

Students will apply formulas involving temperatures in Celsius degrees to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 10: Elapsed Time

Students will solve problems about elapsed time.

#### Lesson 11: Elapsed Time on Calendars

Students will solve problems showing elapsed time involving days, weeks, months, years and centuries.

#### Lesson 12: Perimeter of Polygons

Students will find perimeter of polygons and regular polygons with and without missing values.

#### Lesson 13: Area of 4-sided Shapes

Students will find the area of squares and rectangles.

#### Lesson 14: Area of Triangles

Students will find the area of triangles.

#### Lesson 15: Volume of Solids

Students will find the volume of cubes and rectangular prisms.

#### Lesson 16: Find Volume of Rectangular Prisms (Unit Cubes)

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by counting unit cubes.

#### Lesson 17: Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by multiplying the edge lengths, or by multiplying the area of the base by the height.

#### Lesson 18: Find Volume of Rectangular Prisms (Formulas)

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by applying the formula V = B × h.

#### Lesson 19: Finding Volume of Solid Figures

Students will find the volume of a solid figure composed of two rectangular prisms.

#### Lesson 1: Describing Relative Orientation

Students will use coincident, collinear, parallel and perpendicular to describe relative orientation on a coordinate grid.

#### Lesson 2: Lines

Students will identify parallel, perpendicular, intersecting and skew lines.

#### Lesson 3: Measuring Angles with a Protractor

Students will measure the degrees in right, acute, obtuse and straight angles using a protractor.

#### Lesson 4: Triangles

Students will identify different kinds of triangles.

#### Lesson 5: Polygons and Quadrilaterals

Students will sort polygons by attributes. Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares.

Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares.

#### Lesson 7: Solid Figures

Students will learn about three-dimensional figures.

#### Lesson 8: Polyhedrons

Students will sort polyhedrons by their attributes.

#### Lesson 9: Parts of a Circle

Students will identify the arc, chord, radius and diameters of circles. Students will calculate the radius or diameter of a circle.

#### Lesson 10: Build a 3-D Shape from a Set of Views

Students will build 3-dimensional shapes from a set of views.

#### Lesson 11: Nets of 3-Dimensional Figures

Students will identify and create a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional figure (nets) on a grid or dot paper.

#### Lesson 12: Measuring Angles

Students will find measurement of angles.

#### Lesson 13: Coordinate Geometry

Students will learn about ordered pairs.

#### Lesson 14: Line Symmetry and Point Symmetry

Students will classify plane figures as having line symmetry, point symmetry, both or none.

#### Lesson 15: Transformations

Students will apply multiple transformations to a plane figure, predict the result and identify the image of a plane figure as the result of a multiple transformation including 90 degree and 180 degree rotations.

#### Lesson 16: Scale Drawings

Students will use a scale to show relative size on a map or drawing.

#### Lesson 17: Congruent and Similar Figures

Students will explore similarity using congruent angles. Students will explore congruence using congruent segments and congruent angles.

#### Lesson 1: Outcomes and Events

Students will determine and represent all possible outcomes for a particular probability event using charts, lists or tree diagrams.

#### Lesson 2: Probability

Students will calculate the probability of an event.

#### Lesson 3: Making Predictions

Students will make predictions for future events based on previous occurrences.

#### Lesson 1: Bar Graphs

Students will interpret and analyze bar graphs.

#### Lesson 2: Line Graphs

Students will interpret line graphs (interpolation and extrapolation).

#### Lesson 3: Circle Graphs

Students will create and interpret circle graphs using common fractions.

#### Lesson 4: Histogram

Students will interpret, analyze and create histograms.

#### Lesson 5: Venn Diagrams

Students will interpret and analyze Venn Diagrams.

#### Lesson 6: Which Type of Graph to Use?

Students will choose the most appropriate graph for a set of data and make inferences from the graphs.

#### Lesson 7: Compare and Translate Data

Students will compare and translate data from information, tallies and data to a graph.

#### Lesson 8: Median, Mode, and Range

Students will collect, organize and describe data using median, mode and range.

#### Lesson 9: Mean

Students will find the mean of a given set of numbers.

#### Lesson 10: Stem and Leaf Plot

Students will use knowledge of stem-and-leaf plots to solve to identify mean, median, mode and range.

## Why Choose Time4Learning 5th Grade Math Curriculum

The Time4Learning fifth grade math curriculum is a comprehensive online program that teaches important math concepts using an interactive, multimedia-based approach. Students are taught the material and have plenty of opportunities to practice along the way. Scored activities as well as quizzes help gauge understanding, while automated grading and recordkeeping allow parents to keep track of how their children are progressing.

The Time4Learning 5th grade math curriculum can be used as the core curriculum in your homeschool or as a supplement for fifth grade math practice. Many parents also use Time4Learning as a summer learning tool to prevent the dreaded summer brain drain.

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