# GRADE 5 MATH DAY 6 MARCH 23 2020

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GRADE 5 MATH DAY 6: MARCH 23, 2020

In today’s lesson you will review three ways in which the value of numbers may be expressed in expanded form. This lesson consists of an opening, a problem of the day, a math activity, a reflection, and Dreambox if internet is available. All assignments that have this picture are due to your teacher.

5. NSBT. 3 Read and write decimals in standard and expanded form. • I can Statement I can express the value of numbers using three different notations. • Esssential Question How can I represent the expanded notation of larger numbers using symbols and concrete tools?

Materials and Resources: Manipulatives (If internet is available) • Paper and Pencil • Dreambox (If internet is available) https: //wwwk 6. thinkcentral. com/content/hsp/math/hspmathmx/na/com mon/itools_int_9780547835600_/placevaluedrawings. html

Activities: Opening: Hit the Button: Number Bonds…. Make 10 (1 d. p) https: //www. topmarks. co. uk/mat hs-games/hit-the-button (Right click…open hyperlink) One Round Only!

Expanded Notation Lesson Review With the knowledge of place value, one can easily express numbers in expanded form. Expanded notation simply means, showing the value of each digit being added to each other. Example: Express 21, 483. 4 using expanded notation. There are three ways to express numbers in expanded notation: 1. Factor Form: (2 x 10, 000) + (1 x 1000) + (4 x 100) + (8 x 10) +(3 x 1) + (4 x 1/10) 2. Scientific Notation: (2 x 104) + (1 x 103)+ (4 x 102) + (8 x 101) + (3 x 100) + (4 x 10 -1) 3. Standard Number Form: 20, 000 + 1000 + 400 + 80 + 3

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Grade 5 Problem of the Day: Express, 356, 113 in three forms of expanded Notation: 1. Factor Form: _________________________________________________________ 2. Scientific Notation: __________________________ 3. Standard Number Form__________________________

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Great job, mathematicians! Please make sure you have written down your answers to each question from today’s activities and place your work in your book bag to give to your teacher when you return to school.

GRADE 5 MATH DAY 7, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2020

In today’s lesson you will review how to compare two decimal numbers to the thousandths using the symbols >, =, or <. This lesson consists of an opening, a problem of the day, a math activity, a reflection, and Dreambox if internet is available. All assignments that have this picture are due to your teacher.

5. NSBT. 3 Compare two decimal numbers to the thousandths using the symbols >, =, or <. • I can Statement I can effectively compare decimal numbers up to thousandths. • Esssential Question How can I use models, words, and expanded formats to compare and order whole and decimal numbers?

Materials and Resources: Manipulatives (If internet is available) • Paper and Pencil • Dreambox (If internet is available) https: //wwwk 6. thinkcentral. com/content/hsp/math/hspmathmx/na/com mon/itools_int_9780547835600_/placevaluedrawings. html

Activities: Opening: Hit the Button: Number Bonds…. Make 1 (1 d. p) https: //www. topmarks. co. uk/mat hs-games/hit-the-button (Right click…open hyperlink) One Round Only!

Comparing Decimals…Lesson Review When comparing decimals, you should ensure that all the decimal points are aligned in one vertical line. In doing this, all digits will automatically fall into their respective place. You may then, express three numbers as vulgar fractions having a common denominator. Example: 5. 02, 0. 502, 50. 2, 5. 002 T U . TTH HTH THTH 0 5 . 0 2 0 5020/1000 0 0 . 5 0 2 502/1000 5 0 . 2 0 0 50, 200/1000 0 5 . 0 0 2 5002/1000

Lesson Review Continued You may be asked to place these in ascending or descending order. Ascending: look for the smallest first. 0. 502, 5. 002, 5. 02, 50. 2 or ↓ ↓ ↓ 5020 50200 → 0. 502, 50. 2 1000 Descending order: look for the largest first. 0. 502, 5. 002, 5. 02, 50. 2 ↓ ↓ 5020 50200 → 50. 2, 5. 002, 0. 502 1000

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Grade 5 Problem of the Day: John, Alisha, Moya and Sean took out their calculators and typed in the numbers: 41. 365, 401. 65, 14. 899 and 401. 2, respectively. Arrange their names in descending order, based on the numbers they typed: _______, _______ , ______, ______

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Great job, mathematicians! Please make sure you have written down your answers to each question from today’s activities and place your work in your book bag to give to your teacher when you return to school.

GRADE 5 MATH DAY 8: WEDNESDAY MARCH 25, 2020

In today’s lesson you will be rounding decimals (nearest whole number to nearest thousandths). This lesson consists of an opening, a problem of the day, a math activity, a reflection, and Dreambox if internet is available. All assignments that have this picture should be printed and handed to your teacher.

5. NSBT. 4: Round decimals to any given place value within thousandths. • I can Statement I can use models to justify my solutions when rounding decimal numbers to the nearest tenth, hundredth, thousandth, or whole number. . • Esssential Question How can decimals be rounded to the nearest whole number, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth?

Materials and Resources: Manipulatives (If internet is available) • Paper and Pencil • Dreambox (If internet is available) https: //wwwk 6. thinkcentral. com/content/hsp/math/hspmathmx/na/com mon/itools_int_9780547835600_/placevaluedrawings. html

Activities: Opening: Comparing Decimals Practice: Fruit Splat http: //www. sheppardsoftware. com/mathgames/decimals/Compare. Decimals. htm (Copy and paste link, in Google Chrome) One Round Only!

Rounding Decimals…. Lesson Review Guidelines • Look at the digit in the place you are asked to round to and underline it. • Look at the digit that follows the underlined digit and circle it. • If the digit that follows is less than five (5) leave the underlined digit as is, followed by zero(s). • If the digit that follows is five (5) or more, add one (1) to the underlined digit followed by zero(s). • Example: Round 14. 86 to the nearest tenth T U . TTH HTH 1 4 . 8+1 6 Ans. = 14. 9

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Grade 5 Problem of the Day: Draw a number line below from 73 to 74, with nine even spaces. Label 73. 6 on your number line. Which is 73. 6 closer to? A) 73 B) 74 Therefore, 73. 6 rounded to the nearest whole number is ______. Justify your answer using words, pictures, and/or numbers .

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Great job, mathematicians! Please make sure you have written down your answers to each question from today’s activities and place your work in your book bag to give to your teacher when you return to school.

GRADE 5 MATH DAY 9: THURSDSAY, MARCH 26, 2020

In today’s lesson you will be adding and subtracting mixed numbers. This lesson consists of an opening, a problem of the day, a math activity, a reflection, and Dreambox if internet is available. All assignments that have this picture are to be printed, completed and handed to your teacher.

5. NSF. 1 Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators (including mixed numbers) using a variety of models, including an area model and number line. • I can Statement I can effectively add and subtract mixed numbers using various models. • Esssential Question What strategies can we use for adding and subtracting mixed numbers?

Activities: Opening: Adding and subtracting Fractions with unlike denominators. Gamehttp: //www. sheppardsoftware. com/mathgames/fractions/mathman_fractions_add_uncom mon. htm (Copy and paste link in Google Chrome) Keep playing until you beat a high score of 20, 000 or until no lives remain! One round only!

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Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers…Lesson Review A mixed number consists of a whole number and a fraction. When adding and subtracting mixed numbers, you should separate the whole number from the fractions. The result of the whole numbers should then be added to the result of the fractions. 6 1/3 + 4 2/ 5 6 + 4 = 10 (result of the whole numbers) 1/3 + 2/5 5/15 + 6/15 = 11/15 (result of the fractions) result + result = Final Answer 10 + 2/5 = 10 2/5

Grade 5 Problem of the Day: Coach Shell walked 4 ½ meters to the gym door and 5 ¼ meters back to the center of the gym. Coach Worstall walked 8 ¾ meters to the office. Who walked a a farther distance and by how much? (Show your procedure and explain why you made that decision to arrive at your answer. )

Solve: 1. 4 ½ + 11 ¾ = 2. 6 2/5 - 3 1/3 = _____________________ Read and solve the following word problems below. ( Write a reason you did what you did to get answer) 3. In an open relay race, Madison ran 3 2/5 laps and De’Shawn ran 2 1/5 laps. If the total number of laps per team is 10 1/2 , how many laps were left for the other teammates to run? __________. Reason: ________________________________________ 4. At a swim meet, Joseph swam 2 and 2/3 laps and Mykielah swam 1 and 1/3 laps. How many laps did Joseph and Mykielah swim all together? ________________. Reason: _________________________________________ 5. Andrea’s relay team has practice drills for 1 and 2/3 hours, while Ivan’s junior varsity squad has to swim laps for 90 minutes. Who has practice for a longer time and by how much? ( Give answer as a fraction in hours) _______________. Reason: ________________________________________________________________________________

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GRADE 5 MATH DAY 10: FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2020

In today’s lesson you will be subtracting fractions/ mixed numbers from whole numbers. . This lesson consists of an opening, a problem of the day, a math activity, a reflection, and Dreambox if internet is available. All assignments that have this picture are to be printed, completed and handed to your teacher.

5. NSF. 1 Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators (including mixed numbers) using a variety of models, including an area model and number line. • I can Statement I can effectively subtract fractions/mixed numbers from whole numbers. • Esssential Question What strategies can we use for adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers?

Activities: Opening: Equivalent Fractions Game www. sheppardsoftware. com/mathgames/fractions/equivalent_fractions_shoot. swf (Copy and paste link in Google Chrome) One Round Only!

Subtracting Fractions from a whole Number Lesson Review When subtracting a fraction/mixed number from a whole number you should convert / rename/unbundle the whole number to look like a mixed number. The fraction representing one-whole , should have an identical denominator as the fraction that is being subtracted. Example: 6 - 2 5 3/3 - 1/3 2 1/3 5 - 2 = 3 (result of the whole numbers) 3/3 - 1/3 = 2/3 (result of the fractions) Combine the two results: 3 2/3 Ans.

Activities Watch related videos, below. Right Click Link and select open hyperlink: https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=yk. Frsfgss. AY https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=BVEioffr. Ot 8

Grade 5 Problem of the Day: Ms. Butler bought four boxes of pizza for the class that won the pizza party. At the end of the party, the teacher announced that 3 ¼ boxes of pizza was used. How much pizza remained uneaten? (Show working and use diagrams to explain how you arrived at your answer. )

Name: ___________________ Date: __________ Solve each of the following. (Show your work) 1. What is the difference between 19 and 12 2/3? 2. Trinity used 14 ½ of 30 pages of her journal. How many pages are unused? 3. How much short of 8 meters is 6 2/5 meters? 4. By how much does 4 exceed 2 3/8?

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