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The grade five program will help you and your child become comfortable with the underlying principles of mathematics. You and your child will become familiar with the evidence of math in daily life through a deeper understanding of number sense.

- Grade 5 Resources Books
- Dominoes
- Ruler
- Playing Cards
- Dice
- Calaculator
- Angle Ruler

Grade 5 Resource Books are supplied for both children and adults providing a year's worth of material and enrichment problems and clear explanations of each solution.

Videos are available to registered customers and provide additional support for using the program and all of its components.

Dominoes are used at each grade level to generate whole numbers, fractions, and decimals to be used in numerous problems.

Playing Cards are used to generate numbers for calculations, and to predict probabilities of events.

Ruler is used to demonstrate linear measure, to find fractional parts of inches, and to estimate and calculate lengths.

Dice are used in generating numbers for calculations, fractions, and ratios. A 6-sided cube with numbers instead of dots is used to help the younger child in generating numbers.

Calculator is used to check answers and to solve equations.

Angle Ruler used to measure and construct angles in geometry problems.

- Representing numbers in standard form, written form, and expanded notation
- Understanding place value to millions
- Decimal place value using the number line
- Calculating using powers of 10 and other exponents
- Estimating values
- Identifying properties of numbers
- Multiplying and dividing large numbers
- Studying prime, square, and composite numbers
- Generating equivalent fractions
- Working with integers on a number line
- Writing ratios in three forms
- Creating proportions from ratios
- Generating fraction and decimal equivalents
- Listing factors and finding the greatest common factor for numbers

- Using input/output tables
- Writing algebraic expressions
- Using rules for order of operations
- Sorting numbers
- Extending numeric patterns
- Creating number sentences using integers
- Calculating with integers on the number line

- Graphing coordinates using a four-quadrant grid
- Constructing and measuring angles
- Finding the sum of interior angles of geometric shapes
- Dividing shapes into triangles
- Creating a geometric design with shapes that have numeric values
- Studying parts of a circle and constructing circle graphs
- Defining geometric solids and identifying the parts ( vertices, edges, and faces)
- Distinguishing between prisms and pyramids
- Identifying nets for 3-dimensional shapes

- Measuring and comparing using standard and metric measures
- Finding mean, median, mode, maximum, minimum, and range of data sets
- Working with a time schedule and finding elapsed time
- Measuring perimeter and area
- Finding the circumference of a circle using the value for Π
- Finding the volume of rectangular prisms
- Finding the area of rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids

- Working with combinations of items, numbers, and possible outcomes
- Using probability vocabulary( more likely, less likely etc) to write statements
- Finding the probability of events
- Establishing sample spaces occurring and not occurring
- Creating and interpreting double bar graphs, and double line graphs