## Fifth Grade how to videos

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## Cycle 1: FIRST NINE WEEKS

**Foundational Standards**(4.NBT.2) Read and write multi-digit numbers in numeric form, word form, and expanded form using place value concepts - Link

(4.NBT.5) Multiply whole numbers using various strategies - Link

(4.NBT.6) Using place value understanding to solve division problems involving up to 4 digit dividends by 1 digit divisors that have remainders - Link

(5.NBT.5) Use area models for multiplication - Link

(5.NBT.5) Using the standard algorithm for multiplication - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by setting up an equation - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by estimating and adjusting the quotient - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by using expanded notation - Link

Representing Algebraic Thinking

**Developing Multiplication and Division Strategies**(5.NBT.5) Use area models for multiplication - Link

(5.NBT.5) Using the standard algorithm for multiplication - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by setting up an equation - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by estimating and adjusting the quotient - Link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by using expanded notation - Link

Representing Algebraic Thinking

(5.OA.1) Work with expressions that have parentheses - Link

(5.OA.1) Add parentheses to an expression to make it easier to solve - Link

(5.OA.1) Make an equation true by placing parentheses correctly - Link

(5.OA.1) Determine if parentheses change the value of an expression - Link

(5.OA.2) Write a numerical expression to represent a verbal description of a calculation - Link

(5.OA.2) Compose a real world problem by interpreting a given numerical expression - Link

(5.OA.2) Determine whether a description of a numerical expression is accurate - Link

**Understanding Volume**

(5.MD.3) Understanding volume - Link

(5.MD.3) Describe cubic volume measures - Link

(5.MD.3) Understand the connection between cubic volume and liquid volume - Link

(5.MD.4) Count unit cubes in a rectangular prism - Link

(5.MD.4) Compute volume using knowledge of addition and multiplication - Link

## Cycle 2: Second NINE WEEKS

**Fractions**(5.NF.1) Add fractions with unlike denominators using fraction bars - Link

(5.NF.1) Subtract fractions with unlike denominators using fraction bars - Link

(5.NF.2) Estimate answers to problems involving fractions using area models - Link

(5.NF.2) Estimate answers to problems involving fractions using number lines - Link

(5.NF.2) Use benchmark fractions to assess the reasonableness of answers to problems involving fractions - Link

**Understand the Place Value System**

(5.NBT.1) Determine the value of a digit in the thousandths place – link

(5.NBT.1) Understand the value of a digit using a place-value chart – link

(5.NBT.1) Compare the value of the digits in a multi-digit whole number – link

(5.NBT.1) Understand the value of a digit in a decimal number – link

(5.NBT.1) Compare the value of the digits in a decimal number – link

(5.NBT.2) Explain patterns in zeros when multiplying by a power of ten – link

(5.NBT.2) Represent powers of 10 using whole number exponents – link

(5.NBT.2) Explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when dividing a decimal by powers of 10 – link

**Decimals**

(5.NBT.3a) Read and write decimals using base ten blocks – link

(5.NBT.3a) Read and write decimals using a place value chart – link

**Compare Decimals**

(5.NBT.3b) Compare decimals using fractions - link

(5.NBT.3b) Compare decimals using a number line – link

(5.NBT.3b) Compare decimals using base ten blocks – link

**Round Decimals**

(5.NBT.4) Round decimals to the nearest whole number –link

(5.NBT.4) Round decimals to the nearest tenth – link

(5.NBT.4) Round decimals to the nearest hundredth – link

**Fraction as a Division**

(5.NF.3) Understand fractions as division – link

(5.NF.3) Solve division problems with fractional models – link

(5.NF.3) Estimate between which two whole numbers a fractional quotient will lie – link

**Multiply with a Fraction**

(5.NF.4a) Multiply a whole number by a fraction using area models – link

(5.NF.4a) Multiply a fraction by a fraction using area models (1) – link

(5.NF.4a) Multiply a fraction by a fraction using area models (2) – link

(5.NF.4b) Find the area of a rectangle with fractional side lengths by tiling –link

(5.NF.4b) Find the area of a rectangle by multiply a fraction and a whole number – link

(5.NF.4b) Find the product of a whole number and a fraction by using area models - link

## Cycle 3: Third NINE WEEKS

**Interpret Multiplication as scaling (resizing)**

(5.NF.5a) Understand how numbers scale using multiplication and visual representations – link

(5.NF.5a) Predict products by comparing factors – link

(5.NF.5a) Predict the product of multiplying a fraction less than one by a whole number – link

(5.NF.5b) Understand multiplication by a fraction equivalent to one – link

(5.NF.5b) Understand multiplication by a fraction greater than one – link

(5.NF.5b) Understand multiplication by a fraction less than one – link

(5 NF.5b) Solve multiplication word problems by comparing the size of the product and factors – link

(5.NF.6) Multiply a fraction by a whole number using visual representations – link

(5.NF.6) Multiply a fraction by a fraction using visual representations – link

(5.NF.6) Multiply fractions by mixed numbers using visual representations – link

**Division with Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions**

(5.NF.7a) Divide a unit fraction by a whole number – link

(5.NF.7a) Draw pictures for division of unit fractions – link

(5.NF.7b) Divide by unit fractions: using the number line- link

(5.NF.7b) Divide whole numbers by fractions: using inverse relations – link

(5.NF.7b) Divide a whole number by a unit fraction – link

(5.NF.7b) Check answers when dividing whole numbers and fractions – link

**Volume**

(5.MD.5) Use multiplication (V = l x w x h) to find the volume of a solid figure – link

(5.MD.5) Find the volume of a solid figure using the area of the base x height formula (V = b x h) – link

(5.MD.5) Compare rectangular prisms with different dimensions using the volume formula – link

(5.MD.5) Find the missing dimensions of 3-D figures using the volume formula – link

(5.MD.5) Find the volume of complex rectangular prisms – link

**Add and Subtract Decimals**

(5.NBT.7) Add decimals using base ten blocks – link

(5.NBT.7) Subtract decimals using base ten blocks – link

(5.NBT.7) Add decimals using a number line – link

(5.NBT.7) Subtract decimals using a number line – link

**Multiply and Divide Decimals**

(5.NBT.7) Multiply decimals to the hundredths by using fractions – link

(5.NBT.7) Multiply decimals by whole numbers by using an area model – link

(5.NBT.7) Use an area model to multiply decimals by decimals – link

(5.NBT.7) Multiplying whole numbers and decimals using an area model – link

(5.NBT.7) Divide decimals by using a number line – link

(5.NBT.7) Divide decimals using knowledge of multiplication – link

**Convert Measurement Units**

(5.MD.1) Select appropriate measurement conversions – link

(5.MD.1) Solve real world distance problems with unit conversions – link

(5.MD.1) Solve real world liquid volume problems with unit conversions – link

(5.MD.1) Solve real world mass problems with unit conversions – link

(5.MD.1) Solve real life problems involving multiple unit conversions - link

## Cycle 4: Fourth NINE WEEKS

**Geometry: Two-Dimensional Figures**

(5.G.3) Analyze and compare triangles by their sides – link

(5.G.3) Classify and compare quadrilaterals – link

(5.G.3) Identify attributes of polygons – link

(5.G.4) Count sides and angles to identify polygons – link

(5.G.4) Identify quadrilaterals based on attributes – link

(5.G.4) Compare quadrilaterals based on attributes – link

(5.G.4) Classify quadrilaterals by looking at multiple attributes - link

**Divide a Whole Number by a Unit Fraction and a Unit Fraction by a Whole Number**

(5.NF.7c) Compare unit fractions – link

(5.NF.7c) Divide a unit fraction by a whole number – link

(5.NF.7c) Solve problems involving division of unit fractions by whole numbers – link

**Solve Problems Involving Measurement Data**

(5.MD.2) Solve multi-step problems using information in a line plot – link

(5.MD.2) Solve multi-step addition and multiplication problems using information in a line plot – link

(5.MD.2) Redistribute items equally using the information in a line plot – link

(5.MD.2) Use the information from more than one line plot to solve problems – link

**Generate and Analyze Patterns and Relationships**

(5.OA.3) Identify patterns by sketching – link

(5.OA.3) Identify how patterns are related by making a chart – link

(5.OA.3) Graph ordered pairs – link

(5.OA.3) Identify numerical patterns by forming and graphing ordered pairs – link

**Understand and Solve Problems with the Coordinate Plane**

(5.G.1) Plot points on a coordinate grid – link

(5.G.1) Name the location of points on a coordinate grid – link

(5.G.1) Use a model to identify parts of a coordinate plane – link

(5.G.1) Plot points on a coordinate plane – link

(5.G.1) Read coordinates of a point on the coordinate plane – link

(5.G.2) Examine mathematical relationships between coordinate pairs – link

(5.G.2) Find distance between points on a coordinate plane by counting – link

(5.G.2) Move a point and describe its location on a coordinate plane – link

(5.G.2) Determine the shortest distance between two points on a coordinate plane – link

**Use the Standard Algorithm for Multiplication of Multi-digit Numbers**

(5.NBT.5) Use area models for multiplication – link

(5.NBT.5) Use partial products for multiplication – link

(5.NBT.5) Use the standard algorithm for multiplication – link

**Find Whole Number Quotients**

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by setting up an equation – link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by estimating and adjusting the quotient – link

(5.NBT.6) Use an area model for division of 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors – link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by using a rectangular array – link

(5.NBT.6) Divide 4-digit dividends by 2-digit divisors by using expanded notation – link