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1st nine weeks
Week 1            Week 2              Week 3                     Week 4              Week 5    Week 6                    Week 7
5.17a Solve problems involving the probability of a single       5.20 Analyze the structure of numerical and geometric patterns and
event using tree diagrams or sample space of possible results.   express the relationship using words, tables, graphs, or mathematical
sentences, (how they change, grow: “What’s the rule?”)

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517.b Predict, and represent it using fractions or decimals      5.21a Investigate and describe the concept of a variable.
from 0-1, then test the probability of outcomes of simple
experiments.
5.17c Create a problem statement involving probability using     5.21b Use a variable expression to represent a given verbal
given information.                                               expression.
5.18 Collect, organize and display a set of numerical data       5.21c Write an open sentence to represent a given mathematical
using bar graphs, stem-and-leaf plots, line graphs.              relationship using a variable.
Draw conclusions and make predictions using such graphs.
5.19 Find the mean, median, mode and range of a set of data.     5.22 Create a problem situation based on a given open sentence
using a single variable.

2nd nine weeks

Week 8       Week 9           Week 10 Week 11 Week 12                           Week 13 Week 14          Week 15 Week 16 Week 17
5.1a Read, write and          5.3 Create and solve problems                     5.3 Create and solve problems involving multiplying or dividing
identify the place            involving +, - of whole numbers.                  of whole numbers.
value of decimals
through
thousandths.
5.1b Round                    5.4 Estimate and find the sum or                  5.4 Estimate and find the product of two numbers expressed as
decimals to the               difference of two decimals                        decimals through thousandths.
nearest tenth or              through thousandths.
hundredth.
5.1c Compare the                                                                5.5 Find the quotient of a dividend of four or fewer digits and a
value of two                                                                    divisor of two or fewer digits.
decimals through
thousandths (<,>,=)
5.6 Find the quotient of a decimal through thousandths and a
single-digit divisor.
3rd nine weeks
Week        Week        Week 20 Week 21 Week 22                          Week 23             Week 24            Week 25
18          19
5.2a Recognize and name commonly used                                    5.11 Choose an appropriate measuring device and unit of
fractions (1/2’s, ¼’s, 1/5’s, 1/8’s, and 1/10’s)                         measure to solve problems involving:
and their equivalent decimal form.                                       a. length - (1/2, ¼, 1/8, inches, feet, yards, miles,

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millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers)
b. weight/mass – ounces, pounds, tons, grams, kilograms
c. liquid volume – cups, pints, quarts, gallons, milliliters,
liters
d. temperature – Celsius and Fahrenheit units –
Conversions: freezing = 0 degree C, 32 degree F
Boiling = 100 degree C, 212 degree F
Body temp. – 37 degree C, 98.6 degree F
5.2b Order a set of fractions and decimals from                          5.12 Determine an amount of elapsed time in hours and
least to greatest Fractions will include like and                        minutes.
unlike denominators of 12 or less, and mixed
numbers.
5.7 Add and subtract fractions and mixed
numbers of like and unlike denominators of 12
or less, with and without regrouping, and
4th nine weeks
Week 26            Week 27          Week 28            Week 29            Week 30         Week 31
Math Curriculum (ongoing)
5.14 Classify angles and triangles as right, acute, or obtuse.

5.14 Classify angles and triangles as right, acute, or obtuse.
5.15 Use two dimensional plane figures of square, rectangle, triangle, parallelogram, rhombus, kite
and trapezoid to:
a. recognize, identify, describe, and analyze their definitive properties.

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b. identify and explore congruency, noncongruency, and similarity.
c. investigate and describe the results of combining and subdividing shapes.
d. Identify and describe a line of symmetry.
e. recognize the images from geometric transformations: transformation/slide, rotation/turn,
reflection/flip..
5.8a Describe and determine the perimeter of a polygon.
5.8b Describe and determine the area of a square, rectangle, and right triangle.
5.11d
5.10 Differentiate between perimeter, area, and volume and identify which is appropriate to use for
given situations.
5.9 Identify and describe the diameter, radius, chord, and circumference of a circle.

5.16 Identify, compare, and analyze the properties of three-dimensional solids (cylinders, cones,
cubes, square pyramids, rectangular prisms.)

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