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Grade 5 Math Moves: Stepping Up Our Game is a daily Common Core spiral review for 5th grade.
**Although intended as a year-long activity, Math Moves can be started at any time of the year!** One of the most effective ways to foster mastery and retention of mathematical skills is through a daily cumulative review. Using this spiral review, students are exposed to skills and concepts that touch all 5 mathematical domains each week. By using Math Moves, you will also be able to scaffold instruction to meet the individual needs of each student based on each student’s particular needs. Included in this 150 page pack you will find the following: • Daily Work- 4 questions per day; 16 questions a week; all 5 domains covered every week! • Weekly Assessment- A separate weekly assessment page covering the same standards from the daily work; 15-25 tested standards each week; all 5 domains covered every week! • Answer Keys for daily work and assessment. • Common Core State Standards listed on each question on the answer key • Tiered approach-the questions get progressively more rigorous throughout the year • Questions written to meet the standards for mathematical practice • CCSS checklist for a visual of when standards are being addressed
Math Moves works great for morning work, but can also be used for homework. It can also be used for older grades as a review or for lower grades as enrichment!
**This is a zipped file- Four PDF files includ
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After 20 years teaching grades 1, 2, 4, and 5, I am beginning a new adventure as an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) teacher. I am excited to branch out and explore new ways of teaching. Over the years, I have created resources that fit the needs of my classroom. You will mostly find math materials because for the last three years, I was only teaching math. However, now that I am entering the world of English Language Learners, you will begin to find materials that will help ELL students in addition to helping all students with reading, writing, listening and speaking. I believe strongly in creating materials that provide opportunities for students to be engaged in hands on learning as well as providing them opportunities to express what they know in creative ways. I am so excited to share them with you!