* Rising 5th grade summer math

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This page contains summer math work for students leaving 4th grade and entering 5th grade in September.  The work consists of worksheets, and fact practice tests that will help to reinforce the baseline information used for 5th grade math.  This work is to be completed and then given to the new classroom teacher on the first day of school in the Fall.  

1) Worksheets, six in all, that contain problems that provide an overview of work that was covered this past year in 4th grade at Springside. The suggested summer work schedule provided below contains references to Microsoft Word documents that are linked as attachments below so you can download and print the worksheets 

2) Math fact worksheets - worksheets that will provide a means of practicing computation fact recall.

3) Math Sprints - these activities were used during the school year to help students practice and retain computation facts. There are two worksheets for each Math Sprint.  Students complete side A first and then they are told the correct answers.  They record how many they get correct and then complete the second side and they are told the correct answers.  Once again they keep track of the number correct.  The goal of each Sprint is that they get at least one more correct on the second set.   Sprints can be used more than once to reinforce fact practice.  The goal of each sprint set is for students to do a little better each time.  Students are not expected to fully complete the entire sprint each time.  They are encouraged to complete as much as possible in the time allowed and get the answers correct!



Optional Summer Math Work:

1) We encourage your child to continue to access and use the ALEKS program throughout the summer.  We increased our subscription to include the summer months.  Students can continue to access and use this great math practice and evaluation tool throughout the summer.  They can access the ALEKS site using the same username and password used during the past school year.

2) Extra challenge problem sets from Mrs. Johnson. Students can challenge themselves by accessing these problem sets which are included in the weekly summer math work. There are four problems per set.  (challenge problem sets are optional)


Note: The summer math packet was sent home as a hard copy handout with each student.  To print an extra copy or replace a lost copy, scroll down and look for the PDF file to download and print.



Month-by-month suggested summer work schedule, with links to supporting documents below.

June

 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
 6/26
Worksheet 1 
5th_sheet1.doc
 6/21
Multiplication fact assessment
 6/22
Division fact assessment
 6/23
Math Sprint 1

ALEKS

July

 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
 7/3
Worksheet 2 
5th_sheet2.doc
 6/28
Multiplication fact assessment (50 facts)
 6/29
Multiplication fact assessment (missing factors)
 6/30
ALEKS

Math Sprint 2
 7/10
Worksheet 3 
5th_sheet3.doc



 7/5
Math sprint 3
 7/6
Fraction to decimal to percent worksheet
 7/7
ALEKS

 7/17
Worksheet 4 
5th_sheet4.doc
 7/12
Decimal to fraction to percent worksheet
 7/13
Math sprint 4
 7/14
ALEKS

 7/24
Worksheet 5
5th_sheet5.doc
 7/19       
Fraction to percent worksheet
 7/20
Math sprint 5
 7/21
ALEKS

 7/31
Worksheet 6
5th_sheet6.doc
 7/26
Math sprint 6
 7/27
Math sprint 7
7/28
ALEKS

August
 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
8/7
Math sprint 8
 8/2
Math sprint 9
8/3
Math sprint 10
 8/4
ALEKS

8/14
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 1
 8/9
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 2

 8/10
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 3
 8/11
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 4

8/21
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 5

 8/16
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 6


 8/17
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 7
 8/18
ALEKS
OR
Extra challenge worksheet 8

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