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Math Buddy Skills - Grade 5

Number systems and Representation

- 5.A.1 Representing numbers in Millions
- 5.A.2 Let us identify the number
- 5.A.3 Represent the number using Dominos
- 5.A.4 What does the number represent?
- 5.A.5 Standard and expanded forms
- 5.A.6 Write in Numerals
- 5.A.7 Identify the place value
- 5.A.8 Conversion exercises

Number systems and Representation (upto 1 Billion)

- 5.B.1 Representing numbers upto 1 Billion
- 5.B.2 Let us identify the number
- 5.B.3 Represent the number using Dominos
- 5.B.4 What does the number represent?
- 5.B.5 Standard and expanded forms
- 5.B.6 Write in Numerals
- 5.B.7 Identify the place value

Order, Compare numbers

- 5.C.1 Compare the two numbers
- 5.C.2 Order the numbers
- 5.C.3 Find the largest and smallest number
- 5.C.4 Spinning Game

Roman Numerals

- 5.D.1 Introduction to Roman Numerals
- 5.D.2 Follow the rules
- 5.D.3 Roman Number Representation
- 5.D.4 Where do we use roman numerals?
- 5.D.5 Roman number converter
- 5.D.6 What number is this?
- 5.D.7 Help the Roman!

Number Operations

- 5.E.1 Broken Calculator
- 5.E.2 Find the correct Trail
- 5.E.3 Application Problems
- 5.E.4 Car Expense Record
- 5.E.5 Solve the word problems

Number Patterns

- 5.F.1 Recognize the pattern and fill the boxes
- 5.F.2 Square numbers
- 5.F.3 Triangular numbers
- 5.F.4 Patterns in Number Operations
- 5.F.5 Let us extend the patterns

Rounding and Estimation (review)

- 5.G.1 Rounding to the nearest Tens
- 5.G.2 Rounding to the nearest Hundreds
- 5.G.3 Rounding to the nearest Thousands
- 5.G.4 Identify the item purchased
- 5.G.5 Estimate the result

Operations using Estimation

- 5.H.1 Let us round some numbers
- 5.H.2 Rounding Accuracy
- 5.H.3 Identify the item purchased
- 5.H.4 Round and find the result
- 5.H.5 Estimate the result

Order of Operations (PEMDAS)

- 5.I.1 Why order of operations is important
- 5.I.2 Place the brackets
- 5.I.3 Click on the symbols in the correct order
- 5.I.4 Drag and place the numbers
- 5.I.5 Fit the numbers and symbols

Divisibility Test

Prime numbers (review)

- 5.K.1 What is a Prime Number?
- 5.K.2 Prime and Composite Numbers
- 5.K.3 Arrange the number to form a rectangle
- 5.K.4 Prime Numbers using Block Array
- 5.K.5 Sieve of Eratosthenes
- 5.K.6 Twin Primes
- 5.K.7 Identify the Prime numbers

Factors and Multiples (review)

- 5.L.1 What are Factors?
- 5.L.2 Find all possible factors
- 5.L.3 Unlock the Factor Tiles
- 5.L.4 Introduction to Multiples
- 5.L.5 Patterns in Multiples
- 5.L.6 Shoot the Balloons - Factors

Prime Factors

- 5.M.1 What are Prime Factors?
- 5.M.2 Properties of Prime Factors
- 5.M.3 Prime Factors using Division Method
- 5.M.4 Are the statements correct?

Introduction to GCF and LCM

- 5.N.1 Let us tile the floor
- 5.N.2 GCF by finding squares
- 5.N.3 GCF using Array model
- 5.N.4 When will the riders meet?
- 5.N.5 LCM using block models
- 5.N.6 Divide the Chocolate bar equally

GCF and LCM using Prime Factors

- 5.O.1 Use of prime factors in finding GCF
- 5.O.2 Find LCM using prime factors
- 5.O.3 Find LCM using division method
- 5.O.4 GCF and LCM using Venn Diagram
- 5.O.5 GCF and LCM for 3 numbers

Fractions for collection of objects

- 5.P.1 Fractions for collection of objects
- 5.P.2 Can you represent and count?
- 5.P.3 Let us plant some fruits
- 5.P.4 Find the closest quarter
- 5.P.5 Different ways of representing fractions

Equivalent Fractions

- 5.Q.1 Equivalent Fraction Wall
- 5.Q.2 Find equivalent fractions
- 5.Q.3 Identify equivalent fractions
- 5.Q.4 Write the equivalent fraction
- 5.Q.5 Find the simplest form
- 5.Q.6 Are the given fractions equivalent?
- 5.Q.7 Color the equivalent fraction

Fractions on a number line

- 5.R.1 Fractions on a Number Line
- 5.R.2 Represent fractions on a Number Line
- 5.R.3 Compare Fractions using a Number Line

Fractions for collection of objects - II

Mixed Fractions

- 5.T.1 Improper Fractions and Mixed Fractions
- 5.T.2 Write the improper fraction
- 5.T.3 Write as mixed fraction
- 5.T.4 Represent as mixed fraction
- 5.T.5 Represent using a numberline
- 5.T.6 Write the fractions shown

Fraction Addition with equal denominators

- 5.U.1 Let us have some Pizza
- 5.U.2 Fraction addition with colors
- 5.U.3 Addition with Fraction Strips
- 5.U.4 Write the addition problem
- 5.U.5 Fraction addition using Numberline
- 5.U.6 Fraction addition practice
- 5.U.7 Word problems

Fraction Subtraction with equal denominators

- 5.V.1 Let us serve some Pizza
- 5.V.2 Subtraction with Fraction Strips
- 5.V.3 Write the subtraction problem
- 5.V.4 Fraction subtraction using Numberline
- 5.V.5 Fraction subtraction practice
- 5.V.6 Word problems

Addition and Subtraction when denominators are multiples

- 5.W.1 Can you add the cake pieces?
- 5.W.2 Addition with Fraction Strips
- 5.W.3 Fraction addition practice
- 5.W.4 Word Problems
- 5.W.5 Subtraction with Fraction Strips
- 5.W.6 Fraction subtraction practice
- 5.W.7 Subtraction Word Problems

Addition of fractions with unlike denominators

- 5.X.1 Can you add the cake pieces
- 5.X.2 Addition with Fraction Strips
- 5.X.3 Fraction addition practice
- 5.X.4 Fraction addition estimation
- 5.X.5 Word Problems

Subtraction of fractions with unlike denominators

- 5.Y.1 Subtraction with Fraction Strips
- 5.Y.2 Fraction subtraction practice
- 5.Y.3 Fraction difference estimation
- 5.Y.4 Subtraction Word Problems

Multiplication of a Fraction by a whole number

- 5.Z.1 Multiplication as repeated addition
- 5.Z.2 Write the multiplication problem statement
- 5.Z.3 Let us serve some pies
- 5.Z.4 Multiplication of whole number by a fraction
- 5.Z.5 Fraction of a collection of objects
- 5.Z.6 Multiply whole numbers with fractions
- 5.Z.7 Let us practice multiplication
- 5.Z.8 Word Problems

Multiplication of Fraction by a Fraction

- 5.AA.1 Meaning of Fraction of a Fraction
- 5.AA.2 Let us find fraction of a fraction
- 5.AA.3 Represent the fractions and find their product
- 5.AA.4 Write the multiplication statement
- 5.AA.5 Let us practice multiplication
- 5.AA.6 Can you help me with the Recipe?

Division of a number by a fraction

- 5.BB.1 Whole number by fraction division using models
- 5.BB.2 Find the division statement
- 5.BB.3 Divide a chocolate bar
- 5.BB.4 Find the reciprocal fraction
- 5.BB.5 Let us practice division

Division of a fraction by a number

- 5.CC.1 Let us divide a fraction of Pizza
- 5.CC.2 Share a portion of the Pie
- 5.CC.3 Represent in multiplication form
- 5.CC.4 Complete the sentence
- 5.CC.5 Let us practice division
- 5.CC.6 Word problems

Introduction to Decimal Fractions - Part I

- 5.DD.1 Introduction to Decimal Fractions
- 5.DD.2 Let us represent Hundred divisions
- 5.DD.3 Decimals and Currency
- 5.DD.4 Let us represent currency using decimals
- 5.DD.5 Can you represent the decimal using currency?

Introduction to Decimal Fractions - Part II

- 5.EE.1 Represent using place value blocks
- 5.EE.2 Represent the picture in decimals
- 5.EE.3 Identify the place value
- 5.EE.4 Expand the Decimal number
- 5.EE.5 Fraction as a decimal and vice versa

Decimal Fractions (upto thousandths)

- 5.FF.1 Let us represent one thousandth of a unit
- 5.FF.2 Measurement units and their Decimal form
- 5.FF.3 Represent the picture in decimals
- 5.FF.4 Identify the place value
- 5.FF.5 Expand the Decimal number
- 5.FF.6 Fraction as a decimal and vice versa

Comparison of Decimal Fractions

- 5.GG.1 Equivalent Decimals
- 5.GG.2 Place Value Balance
- 5.GG.3 Decimal comparison using a numberline
- 5.GG.4 Comparison of decimals - Skill Practice
- 5.GG.5 Arrange the decimals

Decimals on a Number line

- 5.HH.1 Exploring decimals on a numberline
- 5.HH.2 Represent on a numberline
- 5.HH.3 What is the decimal shown?
- 5.HH.4 Estimate the decimal
- 5.HH.5 Rounding of decimals using numberline

Add and subtract Decimal Fractions (Part I)

- 5.II.1 How much money do I have?
- 5.II.2 Let us add some money
- 5.II.3 Addition using place value blocks
- 5.II.4 Addition using decimal squares
- 5.II.5 Represent using place value blocks and Add
- 5.II.6 Represent using place value blocks and Subtract

Add and subtract Decimal Fractions (Part II)

Multiplication of Decimal Fractions

Introduction to views and transformations

- 5.LL.1 Introduction to Views
- 5.LL.2 Can you match the views..
- 5.LL.3 Create a shape and transform
- 5.LL.4 Alphabet transformation

Symmetry in everyday life

- 5.MM.1 Introduction to Symmetry
- 5.MM.2 Alphabet symmetry
- 5.MM.3 Decode the word
- 5.MM.4 Identify the reflection pattern
- 5.MM.5 Rotational Symmetry
- 5.MM.6 Creating patterns using symmetry

Two Dimensional Shapes - Part 1

- 5.NN.1 Let us play with rectangles
- 5.NN.2 Special form of rectangle called Square
- 5.NN.3 Let us create some rectangles
- 5.NN.4 Let us play with triangles
- 5.NN.5 Can you create some triangles?
- 5.NN.6 Let us play with circles
- 5.NN.7 Find the hidden shapes
- 5.NN.8 Vertices and Sides. How many are there?

Three Dimensional Shapes - Part 1

- 5.OO.1 Properties of a Cube
- 5.OO.2 Properties of a Rectangular Prism
- 5.OO.3 Let us have a ball with Spheres
- 5.OO.4 Properties of a Cylinder
- 5.OO.5 Properties of a Cone
- 5.OO.6 Identify the cube net

Two Dimensional Shapes - Part 2

- 5.PP.1 Properties of a Parallelogram
- 5.PP.2 Special form of Parallelogram - Rhombus
- 5.PP.3 Properties of a Trapezium
- 5.PP.4 Identify these shapes
- 5.PP.5 What do these shapes look like?
- 5.PP.6 Find the hidden shapes
- 5.PP.7 Identify shapes by the number of sides
- 5.PP.8 Identify the shapes using a light source
- 5.PP.9 Vertices and Sides. How many are there?

Three Dimensional Shapes - Part 2

- 5.QQ.1 Rectangular Prisms
- 5.QQ.2 Triangular Prisms
- 5.QQ.3 Rectangular Pyramids
- 5.QQ.4 Triangular Pyramids
- 5.QQ.5 Identify the shapes
- 5.QQ.6 What do these shapes look like?
- 5.QQ.7 Identify shapes by number of faces

Introduction to Angles

- 5.RR.1 Introduction to angles
- 5.RR.2 How to compare angles
- 5.RR.3 Angles around a circle
- 5.RR.4 Relate rotation to degrees
- 5.RR.5 Guess my angle activity
- 5.RR.6 Naming Angles

Measurement of Angles

- 5.SS.1 Make your own paper protractor
- 5.SS.2 Measure simple angles
- 5.SS.3 How to measure using real protractor
- 5.SS.4 Measure angles using protractor

Types of Angles

- 5.TT.1 Types of Angles
- 5.TT.2 Acute Angle
- 5.TT.3 Obtuse Angle
- 5.TT.4 Right Angle
- 5.TT.5 Straight Angle
- 5.TT.6 Reflex Angle
- 5.TT.7 Angles around a circle
- 5.TT.8 Identify the Angles

Pairs of Angles

- 5.UU.1 Angles on a straight line
- 5.UU.2 Angles at a point
- 5.UU.3 Adjacent angles
- 5.UU.4 How much do I need to turn?
- 5.UU.5 Supplementary Angles
- 5.UU.6 Complementary Angles
- 5.UU.7 Hit the fruit
- 5.UU.8 Vertical Angles

Introduction to Perimeter and Area (review)

- 5.VV.1 Introduction to Perimeter
- 5.VV.2 Count the links to find Perimeter
- 5.VV.3 Perimeters of common shapes
- 5.VV.4 Introduction to Area
- 5.VV.5 Paint the squares and count them
- 5.VV.6 Area of common shapes by counting squares
- 5.VV.7 Let us estimate the area of these shapes

Perimeter and Area of Square and Rectangle

- 5.WW.1 Let us measure Perimeter using Ruler
- 5.WW.2 Why use unit squares to measure Area?
- 5.WW.3 Perimeter and Area of a Rectangle
- 5.WW.4 Perimeter and Area of a Square
- 5.WW.5 Calculate Perimeter and Area

Area of irregular shapes

- 5.XX.1 Estimate the area of an irregular shape
- 5.XX.2 Estimate and Compare areas of shapes
- 5.XX.3 Area of compound shapes

Relationship between Perimeter and Area

- 5.YY.1 Let us arrange dinner tables
- 5.YY.2 Maximum area for a given perimeter
- 5.YY.3 Let us plant some flower pots
- 5.YY.4 Maximum perimeter for a given area
- 5.YY.5 Area of a Parallelogram
- 5.YY.6 Area of a Triangle
- 5.YY.7 What is the area?

Introduction to Volume

- 5.ZZ.1 Can you count the number of cubes
- 5.ZZ.2 Let us fill the box with cubes
- 5.ZZ.3 Find the volume of the box
- 5.ZZ.4 Let us compare volumes
- 5.ZZ.5 Find the correct height
- 5.ZZ.6 Relate cube volume to liquid volume

Introduction to Data Representation (review)

- 5.AAA.1 Representation using pictures
- 5.AAA.2 Can you represent using pictures?
- 5.AAA.3 How can we represent bigger data?
- 5.AAA.4 Let us represent bigger data
- 5.AAA.5 Fruits in a basket

Data Representation Using Pictographs and Bar Charts - I

- 5.BBB.1 Pictographs with Full and Half Pictures
- 5.BBB.2 Can you represent using pictures?
- 5.BBB.3 Let us build a Frequency Table
- 5.BBB.4 Interpret a Bar Graph
- 5.BBB.5 Let us create a Bar Graph

Data Representation using Pictographs and Bar Graphs - II

- 5.CCC.1 Horizontal Bar Graphs
- 5.CCC.2 Bar Graphs with Multiple Groups
- 5.CCC.3 Roll the Dice and represent the data
- 5.CCC.4 Use of Rounding in Data Representation