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Fifth Grade Lesson Plans for Math Subjects

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Students create a topic specific newspaper here using a template

Title – Create a Newspaper By – Scot Booth Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Math, Social Studies, Computers / Internet Grade Level – 4 – 7 Introduction: This fun, student-centered activity allows you to differentiate, while students practice research …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies  

Grades:

4, 5, 6, 7  

This lesson will help you teach the Metric System

  Title – Metrics By – Rob Duncan Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 4th to 6th Objective: To familiarize intermediate grades 4-6 with the metric system. Materials Needed: Tools of measurement (one for each group of …

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Subjects:

Math, Science  

Grades:

4, 5, 6  

This addition/absolute value lesson plan uses a song to help teach the concepts

Title – Addition of Integers By – Robert Silvera Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Music Grade Level – 2-5 This plan touches on the Multiple Intelligences concept that says that not all students learn the same way. All students learn …

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Subjects:

Math, Music  

Grades:

2, 3, 4, 5  

This is a simple Symmetry activity idea

Title – Symmetry Project By – M. Price Primary Subject – Art Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – 5 This is a very simple project. First, give each student a sheet of white paper. Tell them to fold the paper the …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

5  

Geometer’s Sketchpad is used in this lesson to compare lengths and weights of common classroom items

Title – Length, Weight and Geometer’s Sketchpad By – Theresa Robichaud Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Computers / Internet Grade Level – 2-5 Content: This lesson uses a hands-on approach (Geometer’s Sketchpad) to distinguish lengths and weights through comparison. Benchmarks: …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

2, 3, 4, 5  

This is a math lesson on addition and subtraction

TOPIC: Addition and Subtraction GRADE LEVEL: 3 – 5 TITLE: “Cross Out Singles” MATERIALS NEEDED: Partner or small group One die or a 0 – 9 spinner ACTIVITY: 1. Each player makes a recording sheet, as shown (fig. A), for a game …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

3, 4, 5  

This one involves creating M&M; Graphs and Spreadsheets on a computer

Title – M & M GRAPHS By – Judy Leathers Subject – Math, Computers Grade Level – 3-6 INTRODUCTION: I used this as an introductory lesson on creating spreadsheets and graphs with 4th graders as a collaborative project with the classroom teachers …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

3, 4, 5, 6  

In this lesson, students write a story that involves adding and subtracting money

Title – Writing a Math Story By – Dawn Weisbrod Subject – Math, Language Arts Grade Level – 5-6 School: Harrison Middle School Date: July 28, 2000 Duration: 2 days Description: After learning how to add and subtract decimals, the students will …

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Subjects:

Language Arts, Math  

Grades:

5, 6  

This is a sequencing relay game

Title – Sequencing Relay By – Tammy Underwood Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Health & Physical Education Grade Level – K-5 Purpose/Objective: Students will retrieve items and place them sequential order while participating in physical activity. Equipment: Approximately 8 cones …

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Subjects:

Math, P.E. & Health  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

If you want to cause a Revolutionary War in your classroom, try this candy tax lesson

  Title – Taxes Just Aren’t Fair! By – Lauren Seay Primary Subject – Social Studies Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – 3-5 Objective: TSWBAT understand how the colonist felt when they paid outrageous taxes. They will understand the tension and …

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Subjects:

Math, Social Studies  

Grades:

3, 4, 5  

Students will have fun and learn their math facts by going on a multiplication treasure hunt in this lesson

Title – Multiplication Treasure Hunt By – Clint Sanford Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 4th-5th grade Materials: Something hard to write on, pencil, mulitiplication treasure map Objective: TSW recognize and be able to answer basic multiplication facts. …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

4, 5  

A Math lesson that takes advantage of the War Card Game

Title – Math War By – Jenny Shattuck Subject – Math Grade Level – 2-5 Materials: -Deck of cards for each pair of students -Scrap paper for keeping score if desired Objective: Review of basic facts (+,-,x) 1. Assign values to face …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

2, 3, 4, 5  

Smarties candies are used in this lesson on comparing Fractions

Title – Smarties Math Lab By – Angela Aminyar Subject – Math Grade Level – 5th-7th Objective: 1. Students will practice comparing fractions. Materials: * Mini smarties bag * Smarties lab worksheets * Markers or crayons – yellow, red, brown, pink, blue, …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

5, 6, 7  

Music students love to create these rhythmic syllable sentences

  Title – Using Word Syllables to Create Rhythmic Sentences By – Michelle L, Miller Primary Subject – Music Secondary Subjects – Language Arts, Math Grade Level – 3-6  This lesson demonstrates how to use one word with one or multiple syllables …

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Subjects:

Language Arts, Math, Music  

Grades:

3, 4, 5, 6  

This counting lesson idea utilizes tally marks

  Title – Tally Marks By – Lynne Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – 1-5  Note from LessonPlansPage.com: We are proud that we receive lesson plans from teachers all across the globe. The following lesson comes from Australia. For an American …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Another estimating lesson using money

GREAT ACTIVITYJeff Anger & Susan Marchionda EstimationGrades 4 – 6 Would You Rather Have? *Process can be done individually, in pairs, or small groups Materials Needed: Pencil Paper Calculator Nickels and Pennies Ruler Description: Part I Allow children to work in pairs. …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

4, 5, 6  

In this multidisciplinary lesson, students form a beautiful bulletin board using rhythm and math

  Title – Building A Rhythm Tree By – Meegan Coleman Primary Subject – Music Secondary Subjects – Math, Art Grade Level – 1-5  This lesson involves learning rhythmic values, counting beats and ultimately creating a beautiful bulletin board display. MATERIALS: Pre-made …

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Subjects:

Art, Math, Music  

Grades:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Here’s a great idea for using cheerleader arm movements for practicing angles and parallel lines

  Title – Angles and Geometry Activity By – Ayana S Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – 3-5 In order to further the concept of right, obtuse and acute angles, I encouraged the cheerleaders in our class to invent a cheer …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

3, 4, 5  

Students create and compare two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes here using the Geometer’s Sketchpad

Title – Creating and comparing two- and three-dimensional shapes By – Jessica T. Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Computers / Internet Grade Level – 4-6 Content: The students will create and compare two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes and list specific attributes …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

4, 5, 6  

Here are some Pi Day (March 14 – 3.14) activity ideas and links

By – Ashlan Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – 5-7 Overview: Pi Day is a “math holiday”. It occurs on March 14th, because March is the 3rd month and March 14th is 3-14. Get it? – Pi is 3.14… Procedure: The …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

5, 6, 7  

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