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**Fractions with Denominators 10 & 100**

- Identify and model tenths
- Identify and model hundredths
- Relate tenths and hundredths
- Add tenths and hundredths

**Understand Decimal Notations**

- Decimal notation for tenths
- Decimal notation for hundredths
- Relate tenths and hundredths
- Decimal notation for mixed numbers

**Read & Write Decimals to Hundredths**

- Place value of decimals less than 1
- Place value of decimals greater than 1
- Compose and decompose decimals less than 1
- Compose and decompose decimals greater than 1
- Represent decimals less than 1 on a number line
- Represent decimals greater than 1 on a number line

**Compare & Order Decimals**

- Compare decimals less than 1
- Order decimals less than 1
- Compare decimals greater than 1
- Order decimals greater than 1

**Add & Subtract Decimals**

- Add decimals
- Subtract decimals

**Multiply Decimals**

- Multiply decimals by powers of 10
- Multiply decimals by whole numbers
- Multiply two decimals numbers

**Divide Decimals**

- Divide decimals by powers of 10
- Divide decimals by whole numbers
- Divide decimals by decimals

**Build Foundation for Multiplication **

- Understand equal groups
- Understand arrays

**Formal Introduction to Multiplication**

- Write multiplication sentences for equal groups
- Write multiplication sentences for arrays
- Use repeated addition to multiply
- Use skip counting to multiply

**Multiplication Facts of 2, 3 & 5**

- Multiplication facts of 2
- Multiplication facts of 3
- Multiplication facts of 5

**Properties of Multiplication**

- Multiply by 0 and 1
- Commutative property of multiplication
- Distributive property of multiplication
- Associative property of multiplication

**Multiply on a Number Line**

- Visualize multiplication on number lines
- Multiplication facts of 2,3,5,10 on number lines

**Multiplication Facts of 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10**

- Multiplication facts of 4
- Multiplication facts of 6
- Multiplication facts of 7
- Multiplication facts of 8
- Multiplication facts of 9
- Multiplication facts of 10

**Multiply using Place Value Understanding**

- Multiply 1-digit numbers by a multiple of 10
- Estimate products by rounding numbers
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers in different arrangements.

**Understand Multiplicative Comparison**

- Solve problems involving multiplicative comparison
- Word problems on multiplication

**Multiply 2-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiplication facts of 11
- Multiplication facts of 12
- Multiply by 1-digit numbers using area models
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit number

**Multiply 3-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit number

**Multiply 4-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiply 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number

**Multiply Two 2-digit Numbers**

- Multiply Two 2-digit numbers using area models
- Multiply Two 2-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently Multiply Two 2-digit numbers

**Multiply Multi-digit Whole Numbers**

- Multiply by multiples of 10
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
- Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
- Estimate products of multi-digit whole numbers

**Build Foundation for Division**

- Dividing into equal groups
- Represent equal sharing scenarios in division
- Find the quotient using visual models
- Understand "divide by" term
- Represent equal grouping scenarios in division
- Relate equal sharing and equal grouping models of division

**Relate Multiplication & Division**

**Divide on a Number Line**

**Division Facts within 100**

- Divide by 2
- Divide by 5
- Divide by 10
- Divide by 3
- Divide by 4
- Divide by 6
- Divide by 7
- Divide by 8
- Divide by 9
- Word problems on division

**Divide using Place Value Understanding**

- Divide multiples of 10 by 1-digit numbers.

**Divide Multiples of 10 or 100**

- Divide multiples of 10 by 1-digit numbers
- Divide multiples of 100 by 1-digit numbers
- Use long division to divide a multiple of 10 without remainder

**Divide 2-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Use long division to divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder
- Use long division to divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Use long division to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder
- Use long division to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide 4-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Divide 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide Multi-digit Whole Numbers**

- Divide using estimation strategies
- Division using long division without remainders
- Division using long division with remainders
- Solve problem involving division

**Understand & Represent Fractions**

- Understand fractions
- Identify unit fractions
- Identify non-unit fractions
- Model fractions
- Understand and identify fractions on number lines
- Place fractions on number lines
- Write whole numbers as fractions

**Compare Fractions**

- Compare unit fractions
- Compare fractions with same denominators using visuals
- Compare fractions with same denominators without visuals
- Compare fractions with same numerators using visuals
- Compare fractions with same numerators without visuals
- Compare fractions on number lines
- Compare fractions with benchmark fractions; half and one
- Compare fractions using benchmark fractions; half and one
- Compare unlike fractions

**Equivalent Fractions**

- Find equivalent fractions using fraction strips
- Find equivalent fractions using visual models
- Find equivalent fractions on number lines
- Find equivalent fractions without using visual models
- Learn to generate equivalent fractions
- Generate and identify equivalent fractions

**Represent Fractions Greater than 1**

- Represent fractions greater than one
- Represent mixed numbers
- Convert mixed numbers to fractions
- Convert fractions to mixed numbers

**Add & Subtract Fractions**

- Add fraction with sums within 1
- Subtract fractions
- Add fractions with sums greater than 1
- Add fractions greater than 1

Subtract fractions greater than 1 - Add mixed numbers using visual models
- Add mixed numbers without using models
- Subtract mixed numbers using models
- Subtract mixed numbers without using models
- Estimate the sum of two fractions
- Estimate the difference of two fractions
- Word problems on addition and subtraction of fractions

**Multiplication with Fractions**

- Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers
- Multiply fractions by whole numbers
- Word problems on multiplication of fractions
- Multiply whole numbers by fractions
- Multiply fractions
- Multiply mixed numbers
- Application of multiplication of fractions
- Understand multiplication as scaling

**Division with Fractions**

- Divide unit fractions by whole numbers
- Divide whole numbers by unit fractions

**Factors, Multiples & Prime Numbers**

- Find multiples of numbers within 100
- Find factors of numbers within 100
- Identify prime and composite numbers

**Generate & Analyze Number Patterns**

- Create and extend number patterns using the given rule
- Identify rules and extend number patterns
- Generate number patterns
- Analyze number patterns

**Write & Interpret Numerical and Algebraic Expressions**

- Simplify and evaluate numerical expressions
- Simplify and evaluate numerical expressions with brackets
- Write numerical expressions
- Evaluate algebraic expressions

**Metric Units of Measurement**

- Measure length in centimeters using rulers
- Measure and estimate weights in metric units
- Measure and estimate capacities in metric units

**Customary Units of Measurement**

- Measure lengths in inches using rulers
- Measure and estimate weights in customary units
- Measure and estimate capacities in customary units

**Relative Sizes of Metric**

- Relate units of length and estimate lengths
- Relate units of weight and estimate weights
- Relate units of capacity and estimate capacities

**Relative Sizes of Customary Units**

- Relate units of length and estimate lengths
- Relate units of weight and estimate weights
- Relate units of capacity and estimate capacities

**Conversion of Measurement Units**

- Convert quantities in one metric unit to another unit
- Convert quantities in one metric unit to another unit involving decimal conversions
- Convert quantities in one customary unit to another unit
- Multi-step, real world problems involving conversion of units

**Read, Analyze & Represent Data**

- Analyze and represent data on bar graphs
- Analyze and represent data on line plots
- Analyze and represent scaled data on picture graphs

**Identify & Classify Shapes**

- Understand two dimensional shapes on the basis of their defining attributes
- Understand two dimensional shapes as closed shapes
- Sides and vertices of two dimensional shapes
- Understand three dimensional shapes
- Recognize two dimensional shapes by their names
- Recognize two dimensional shapes by their attributes
- Types of triangles
- Understand attributes of quadrilaterals
- Identify quadrilaterals
- Identify quadrilaterals in different orientations
- Understand that shapes in different categories may share attributes

**Partition Two Dimensional Shapes**

- Partition shapes into halves, thirds and fourths
- Describe a whole by the number of equal parts
- Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes may have different shapes

**Perimeter of Shapes**

- Understand the concept of perimeter
- Perimeter of regular shapes
- Perimeter of irregular shapes
- Find perimeter of shapes with unknown side lengths
- Find unknown side lengths given the perimeter of shapes

**Area of Shapes**

- Understand the concept of area
- Find area of shapes
- Understand that area is additive

**Classify Shapes based on Angles & Lines**

- Recognize points, lines, line segments, rays, angles
- Types of angles
- Classify shapes based on types of angles
- Types of triangles
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Classify shapes based on parallel sides

**Recognize Lines of Symmetry**

- Draw lines of symmetry

**Measure Area & Perimeter of Shapes**

- Find perimeter of shapes
- Find area of shapes

**Measure & Classify Angles**

- Understand the parts of an angle
- Measure angles using a protractor
- Use degree measure to classify angles
- Draw angles using a protractor

**Coordinate Planes**

- Identify coordinates for points marked on the coordinate plane
- Plot points on the coordinate plane

**Classify Two Dimensional Shapes**

- Classify two dimensional shapes into categories based on properties
- Hierarchies of two dimensional shapes

**Understand the Concept of Volume**

**Measure Volume of Solids**

- Find volumes of solids
- Understand that volume is additive

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Decimals are used widely. Money is based on a decimal system. A great, practical way to learn about decimals is to use money. Dealing with decimal numbers is inevitable, when dealing with money. Common measurements such as the height of students in a class, the price of petrol or the amount of protein on cereal box, are usually expressed using decimals. Decimals can be represented as points on the number line by repeatedly subdividing intervals into tenths. A decimal number gives the location of a point on the number line – the digits give successively more accurate information and together locate a point. This is an extension of the concept of place value hence understanding of place value before decimals is a must. Decimals are often used where measurements are taken and recorded to a given accuracy.

Decimals require a strong conceptual understanding of fractions. Decimals are introduced in 4th grade math where the foundations are laid for performing operations with decimal numbers in 5th grade math. In grade 4 children make connections between fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and the decimal place value chart. These decimal places chart can be used as preparation to extend the base-ten system to non-whole numbers.

In a simple form, when a number is represented using a point instead of the whole number, the representation is called a decimal notation. For instance, 22.5 is the decimal notation of twenty-two and a half. By learning these notations, your kids will easily understand fraction and irrational number operations (like division and multiplication) in the coming years.

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**Change the Words into Decimal Numbers:** Look at the question that contains the word form of a number. Select the fish with the right numerical answer to score a point.

**Identify Decimals using Fraction Models:** Try a new way of solving sums. Look at the problem and find the fish with the correct answer. If you’re facing difficulty understanding the question, look at the diagram attached to the question for reference. This game helps you in understanding sums using visual models.

**Convert fractions to Decimal Numbers:** Practice number conversion by filling in the blanks in the sky. Just look at the simple fraction and write the correct decimal representation of the number. Keep playing this game to convert different types of fractions to decimals.

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Decimal representation on number line enables kids to choose, locate, identify, and place decimal numbers greater than 1 on the number line. Proper understanding of this topic is crucial for learning 'compare and order decimals.' Kids bored with the 'chalk-and-talk method love playing online games to boost their understanding. Read on to discover three uniquely exciting interactive games on decimal representation on number line.

Decimal representation on number line comes after decimal notation and decimal place value. The topic tests kids' knowledge of number line and integrates it with decimals. They acquire skills needed to learn to compare and to order decimals correctly.

While learning decimal representation on the number line, kids see some decimal numbers, such as from 0 to 1, on a number line and solve questions like 'Which decimal number is marked on the number line?' They need to calculate the bars on the number line to guess the right answer. Practicing decimal representation on number line often reduces kids' interest, a reason why they turn to online games for learning quickly and conveniently.

**Choose the Decimal Number Represented on The Number Line -** This educational game enhances kids' conceptual understanding of decimal representation on the number line. They apply their prior knowledge of number line and decimals to pick the correct option. Every time they guess the correct answer, they earn a digital coin.

**Identify Decimals Greater than 1 on the Number Line -** Engage your kids' minds with this fun, interactive online activity. This logically crafted game clears their misconceptions about decimal representation on the number line and enables them to move towards mastery. Identifying decimal representation is crucial for understanding placing decimals.

**Place the Decimal Greater than 1 on the Number Line -** This fun game tests kids' conceptual knowledge of choosing, locating, and identifying decimals. They scan the number line and place decimal representations correctly. The fair practice of this game is vital for learning more advanced decimal topics shortly.

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Here are some round decimal games that can help your kids in Grade 5 to learn things quickly:

**Round decimal to nearest whole number:** The games will help your kids understand the place value of a number and guide them to round it to the nearest whole number. For example, 1.2 will be rounded down to 1, 10.88 will round up to 11.

**Round decimal to nearest tenths:** The games will help your kids understand the place value of a number and guide them to round it to the nearest tenth of a number. For example, 1.726 will be rounded down to 1.7, 25.78 will round up to 25.8.

**Round decimal to nearest hundredths:** The games will help your kids understand the place value of a number and will guide them to round it to the nearest hundredth of a number. For example, 2.931 will be rounded down to 2.93, 25.789 will round up to 25.8.

A number-line representation will also serve them as a guideline.

Multiple choice questions and pictorial questions will ignite a spark in their brain and make them curious to solve a problem.

Decimal numbers can always be a tricky task for kids as they involve imagination, brainstorming, and accuracy. Often they might lose interest halfway if the correct answers do not match their answer. It can de-motivate them.

Understanding the decimal point and related operations is a complex phenomenon. However, it is also essential to imbibe the correct fundamentals of numbers in your child. Hence, try out innovative ways to guide your child to embrace these round decimal problems.

Here are some advantages of learning with fun-filled games:

- Curriculum-aligned games
- Pictorial representation helps create an image in mind that sticks forever
- Kids can learn at their pace
- Personalized learning practices
- Scoring points in a game is more alluring to kids than getting a higher grade.

As a parent, you must understand the benefits of this new-age learning technique to prepare your kid for the future. Help them understand these fundamentals by citing examples derived from daily life. Always keep in mind that you need to be patient with your child and give them liberty and time in grasping these mathematical problems.

Rounding decimals can be fun, easy, and exciting for your child if you opt for the optimum educational practices. Interactive games by SplashLearn can make this process seamless for you and your child