Grade 5

Welcome to Fifth Grade!


In grade 5, students model, provide evidence to support arguments, and obtain and display data about relationships and interactions among observable components of different systems. By studying systems, grade 5 students learn that objects and organisms do not exist in isolation and that animals, plants and their environments are connected to, interact with, and are influenced by each other. They study the relationships between Earth and other nearby objects in the solar system and the impact of those relationships on patterns of events as seen from Earth. They learn about the relationship among elements of Earth’s systems through the cycling of water and human practices and processes with Earth’s resources. They also learn about the connections and relationships among plants and animals, and the ecosystems within which they live, to show how matter and energy are cycled through these (building on the theme of grade 4). An ability to describe, analyze, and model connections and relationships of observable components of different systems is key to understanding the natural and designed world.
    -MA DOE Common Core Frameworks

We start off by looking closely at matter itself and then build on it to see how it interacts with other things. We also are looking at the building blocks of physics and chemistry. Currently we are working the physical properties of matter in depth and will soon be learning about chemical reactions and mixtures.

Links and Resources for 5 WHITE:


Please follow this link for assessment on states of matter 5W!

Property Jeopardy! Click Here

Please click here for coding.

Links and Resources for 5 BLUE:

Please follow this link for assessment on states of matter 5B!


Please click here for coding.


General Links and Resources:


An introduction into chemistry! Please click here.

Discovery Education:



Follow the link below for typing practice:

MCAS Practice


Log on to Google Drive 
http://www.fallriverschools.org/watson.cfm


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