Definitions of terms necessary for instruction:

Explain: Explain verbally or by showing understanding with manipulatives or with drawings.

Attribute: Characteristic, feature, element, or part of an area of math.

Interpret: Explain verbally or in writing.

Justify: Show process and/or prove correctness.†

Understand:† Justify in a way appropriate to a studentís mathematical maturity why a math statement is true or where it comes from.

 

 

Fifth Grade District 15 Standards 2012-2013

5.NBT.4

I can round decimals to a specified place value.†

 

5.NBT.5

I can fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

 

5.G.3

5.G.4

I can identify and classify 2-D figures based upon attributes and group into subcategories.

 

5.NBT.6

I can divide whole numbers with up to 4-digit dividends and 2-digit divisors, and illustrate and explain my solution.

 

5.NBT.7

I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths.

 

5.NBT.1

I can show the value of a digit and how its value changes as I move one place value to the right and one place value to the left.

 

5.NF.3

I can interpret a fraction as a division problem and solve word problems, where the answer is in the form of fractions or a mixed number. (Fraction, decimal or percent form.)

 

5.NBT.3

I can read, write, and compare decimals to the thousandths using expanded notation and/or exponential notation.

 

5.NF.1

I can add and subtract fractions including mixed numbers with unlike denominators and put into simplest form.

 

5.NF.2

I can solve addition and subtraction word problems involving fractions and use benchmark fractions to estimate and mentally assess solutions.†

 

5.NBT.2

I can explain patterns when multiplying and dividing by powers of 10 (decimals and exponents.)

 

5.OA.1

I can evaluate (solve) expressions using Order of Operations.

 

5.OA.2

I can represent a calculation expressed verbally with a numerical expression and analyze without solving.†

 

5.MD.2

I can make a line plot from a given set of unit fraction measurements and use operations on this data to solve problems.

 

5.NF.4

I can multiply a fraction or a whole number by a fraction.

 

5.NF.5

I can interpret and model how the magnitude of products change when multiplying by fractions greater or less than 1.†

 

5.NF.6

I can solve real-world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers.

 

5.NF.7

I can apply division principles and divide unit fractions by whole numbers, and the reverse.

 

5.G.1

5.G.2

I can use the basic coordinate graphing system to solve and represent real-world problems.†

 

5.OA.3

I can generate, identify, and graph the relationship between two sets of ordered pairs.

 

5.MD.3

 

I can recognize attributes of volume.

 

5.MD.4

I can measure and calculate volume of solid figures.

 

5.MD.5

I can relate volume to addition and/or multiplication.

 

5.MD.1

I can convert measurements within single systems (customary and metric); use to solve real-world problems.

 

Major clusters require greater emphasis based on depth of ideas, time they take to master, and/or importance to future mathematics.

Support clusters

Additional clusters

OA: Operations and Algebraic Thinking; NBT: Number and Operations Base Ten; MD: Measurement and Data G: Geometry; NF: Numbers in Fractions