5th Grade

Math Standards Pacing Chart 4th Nine Weeks

Number, Number Sense and Operations
                  I can use models and visual representation to develop the concept of                            ratio as part-to-part and part-to-whole and the concept of                            percent as part-to-whole.
                  I know the value of one variable depends on the value of another variable for                            instance in the problem x + 2 = y, y =5 when x = 3.

Measurement

                  I can use a protractor to measure degrees in angles.
                  I can locate points on a grid and draw lines between them, for example left                           or right and up or down.
                  I can find surface area and volume (measure of outside of the figure                            compared to the inside measure of the figure).
                  I know how to find perimeter, area, and volume.
                  I can use a formula to find area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles,                            parallelograms, and volume of rectangular prisms.
                  I know benchmark angles (right, straight, 45 degrees).
Geometry
                  I can draw circles and know diameter, radius, and circumference.
                  I know the terms: line, ray, line segment, angle, parallel,                            perpendicular, skew lines.
                  I can label vertex, ray, and interior and exterior of angles.
                  I know what congruent figures are (same size and same shape).
                  I know the sum of interior angles of a triangle are 180 degrees. I can find the                           sum of polygons by drawing triangles.
                  I can graph points on an x y axis (-4,2).
                  I understand whether an angle is obtuse, acute, right, or straight.
                  I can predict what form a net will make when folded (pattern).
Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
                  I know the value of one variable depends on the value of another variable.
                  I can represent equations for inequalities (x + 2 = 7).

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