English Language Arts & Literacy
In English language arts and literacy, students will continue to build important reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. They will read more challenging literature, articles, and other sources of information and continue to grow their vocabulary. Students will also be expected to understand and clearly summarize what they have learned from readings and classroom discussions, referring to specific evidence and details from the text. Students will write regularly and continue to develop their ability to gather, organize, interpret, and present information.
In mathematics, students will build their understanding of the place value system by working with decimals up to the hundredths place. Students will also add, subtract, and multiply fractions, including fractions with unlike denominators. They will continue to expand their geometry and measurement skills, learning the concept of volume and measuring the volume of a solid figure.
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Five, English Language Arts – English
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Five, English Language Arts – Spanish
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Five, Mathematics – English
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Five, Mathematics – Spanish
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