Grade 5 - Manitoba Math - Full Year Bundle

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DIGITAL AND PDF INCLUDED! Grade 5 - Manitoba Math Curriculum Updated 2013 – This resource covers all expectations in the Grade 5 – Manitoba Math Curriculum. This product contains 866 activity sheets.

 Check out each of the strands below to learn more about the resources included in this bundle.

 Strand 1 - Number (Number Sense)

  • Composing and decomposing whole numbers to one million
  • Representing, ordering, and comparing numbers to one million
  • Comparing decimal numbers and fractions
  • Equivalent fractions
  • Comparing and ordering fractions with like and unlike denominators
  • Read, represent, compare, and order decimal numbers up to thousandths
  • Mental math – multiplication and division
  • Use estimation strategies to solve problems (front-end, compensation, clustering)
  • Multiplying up to 2-digit by 4-digit whole numbers using a variety of strategies
  • Divide up to 4-digit by 2-digit whole numbers using a variety of strategies
  • Adding and subtracting whole numbers and decimals numbers
  • Compare and order decimals and fractions
  • 4 Unit Tests – Place Value, Multiplying and Division, Decimals and Fractions, Adding and Subtraction (Decimals)

 Strand 2 - Patterns and Relations

  • Repeating Patterns (different shapes, sizes, colours, orientations)
  • Increasing/Decreasing patterns using all 4 operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
  • Determining pattern rules and pattern cores
  • Extending increasing, decreasing and repeating patterns
  • Determining pattern core in repeating patterns
  • Using table of values to find patterns
  • Pattern Blocks
  • Difference between expressions and equations
  • Solving equations using variables
  • Writing expressions and equations that represent a mathematical situation
  • Balancing equations using all 4 operations
  • Evaluating equations deciding if they are equal (balanced)
  • 2 Unit Tests

 Strand 3 - Shape and Space (3-D Objects and 2-D Shapes)

  • Calculating area of rectangles
  • Calculating area of rectangles using missing information
  • Calculating perimeter of rectangles and irregular shapes
  • Understanding the relationship between perimeter and area
  • Measuring length using mm, cm, and m
  • Using referents to estimate length in m, cm and mm
  • Converting mm, cm, and m units and understanding the relationship between them
  • Understanding volume of rectangular prisms using referents to estimate
  • Calculating volume using cubes
  • Calculating volume using the formula – l x w x h
  • Understanding of capacity
  • Understanding the relationship between mL and L
  • Estimating the capacity of containers
  • Calculating the capacity of containers using an experiment
  • Understanding parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines
  • Describing parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines in 2-D shapes and 3D objects
  • Identifying, sorting, and describing quadrilaterals (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, parallelograms, rhombuses) using their attributes (diagonals, symmetry, lines)
  • Identifying transformations – translations, rotations, and reflections
  • Performing transformations – translations, rotations, and reflections

 Strand 4 - Statistics and Probability

  • Difference between first-hand data and second-hand data
  • What a population is and how to choose a population to survey
  • Understanding the importance of random sampling
  • Investigating the different random sampling techniques
  • Using tally marks
  • Using frequency tables
  • Interpreting bar graphs and double-bar graphs
  • creating double bar graphs
  • Creating an appropriate scale for a graph
  • Creating and interpreting infographics
  • Drawing conclusions about different sets of data
  • Thinking critically about misleading graphs
  • Creating misleading graphs
  • Describing the likelihood of a single event using words such as impossible, possible, and certain
  • Describing the likelihood two or more outcomes using the terms - impossible, less likely, equally likely, more likely, and certain
  • Using a probability line to decide the probability of an event
  • Using fractions to represent the probability of an event

  This is a comprehensive unit that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students achieve the specific learning outcomes created by Manitoba Education.