## Objectives:     ## Number Sense …more number sense math worksheets

Order of Operations w/ Parentheses [CCSS.5.OA.A.1]

Example:  2 + 3 x 5 = ____ ;   ( 2 + 3 ) x 5 = _____

Example:  ( 1 + 6 ) + (1 + 3 ) x 9 = ________

Write Variable Equations [CCSS.5.OA.A.2]

Example: 345 less than n  =>  n – 345

Word Problems – algebraic expressions [CCSS.5.OA.A.2]

Word problems Example:  Amanda made fifteen snow balls.  She threw n of them at her brother.  How many does she have left?

a)  n + 15     b) n – 15     c) 15 -n    d)  n

Convert word problems into expressions Example:  A troop of moneys was collecting bananas.  They collected fifteen bananas on Tuesday and on Wednesday they collected ten times as many.  How many bananas did the monkeys collect on Wednesday?

Solve basic algebraic expressions

Example:  n x 5 = 25,  n = ______

Basic Algebra1     Basic Algebra2     Basic Algebra3     Basic Algebra4     Basic Algebra5

Solve basic algebraic expressions using a calculator

Example:  (1+c) x (11+12) + 7 = 283

Calculator Algebra 1    Calculator Algebra 2     Calculator Algebra 3     Calculator Algebra 4     Calculator Algebra 5

Function Tables [CCSS.5.OA.B.3]

Example:  There are twice as many squirrels as chipmunks in the yard.  Complete a table showing how the number of squirrels, s, depends on the number of chipmunks, c.

Convert a graph into a function table

Decimals

Convert from expanded to standard format [CCS.5.NBT.A.3]

example: 4 x 10 + 5 x 1 + 7 x .1 = _____________

Convert decimals to standard:  Standard Decimal 1   Standard Decimal 2   Standard Decimal 3   Standard Decimal 4   Standard Decimal 5

Compare decimals (CCSS.5.NBT.A.3]

Example:  1.432 __1.423   < , > , or =

Put decimals in order [CCSS.5.NBT.A.3]

Example:  Put the following numbers in order –  2.34   2.63    2.14    3.23

Rounding decimals [CCS.5.NBT.A.4]

Example:  Round 3.465 to the nearest hundreth

Identify mathematical properties [CCS.5.NBT.B.6]

Example:  What property does x + 2 = 2 + x demonstrate:  commutative property of addition, property of zero, or identity property of addition?

## Multiplication/Division …more multiplication and division math worksheets

Properties of multiplication [CCSS.5.NBT.B.6]

Distributive property

Example:  4 x (5 + 6) = 4 x 5 ) 4 x 6

Multiply multi-digit whole numbers [CCSS.5.NBT.B.5]

Two digits times two digits

Multiply a number ending in zero [CCS.5.NBT.A.2]

One digit times multiple digits  Example 4 x 4,000 = __________________

Multiple digits times multiple digits  Example 400 x 2,000 = __________________

Divide a number ending in zero [CCS.5.NBT.B.6]

Example: 120 ÷ 60 = ________

Set 1 (smaller numbers):  Division 1     Division 2     Division 3     Division 4     Division 5

Set 2 (bigger numbers):  Division 6     Division 7     Division 8     Division 9     Division 10

Long Division:  Divide a number and express the result as a fraction [CCS.5.NBT.B.7]

Example: 697 ÷ 5 = 139 2/5

Long Division:  Divide a number and express the result as a decimal [CCS.5.NBT.B.7]

Example: 160 ÷ 4 = 26.5

## Fractions …more fractions math worksheets

Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators:   [CCSS.5.NF.A.1]

Chose the equivalent fraction

2/8 = 4/6 ; 1/2 ; 1/4 ; 2/4

Reduce fractions to the simplest terms

Maximum denominator 8:     Reduce Fraction 1     Reduce Fraction 2     Reduce Fraction 3     Reduce Fraction 4     Reduce Fraction 5

Maximum denominator 12:     Reduce Fraction 1     Version2     Reduce Fraction 3     Reduce Fraction 4     Reduce Fraction 5

Multiply a fraction and an integer, and simplify [CCS.5.NF.B.4a]

Example:  what is one third of four?

Max denominator 6, max integer 3:    multiply fractions 1    multiply fractions 2    multiply fractions 3    multiply fractions 4    multiply fractions 5

Max denominator 12, max integer 3:     multiply fractions 6    multiply fractions 7    multiply fractions 8    multiply fractions 9    multiply fractions 10

Max denominator 12, max integer 6:   multiply fractions 11    multiply fractions 12    multiply fractions 13    multiply fractions 14    multiply fractions 15

Input and output tables:

Multiply a mixed fraction and an integer, and simplify [CCS.5.NF.B.6]

Example:    3 ½  x  4  =  _______________

Multiply a mixed fraction and a mixed fraction, and simplify [CCS.5.NF.B.6]

Example:    3 ½  x  4¾  =  _______________

Divide a mixed fraction and an integer, and simplify [CCS.5.NF.B.7]

Example:    3 ½  ÷  4  =  _______________