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Math Homework Answers 5th Grade

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This 5th Grade math spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math MORNING WORK, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or morning work routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE and easy to differentiate to fit your students' needs. Join the thousands of teachers who are using this spiral review system in their classroom and see why they love it!

★ This Spiral Review System is also available in READING and LANGUAGE (Grammar & Word Study)

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What's Included...
✔34 weeks of Common Core aligned spiral math sheets (102 pages)
✔Covers the ENTIRE YEAR of 5th grade!
✔Each sheet is one full week of spiral review. (SAVE PAPER)
✔Problem types range from basic computation to problem-solving (variety)
✔Comes with a “Show Your Work” and "Progress Monitoring" page
✔ANSWER KEYS included!
✔ALL Sheets are 100% Editable!!!
✔Includes a Correlation Chart (Pacing Guide) so you can easily find the standards you need throughout the resource.
✔Comes in TWO formats: PDF and Word Document (Editable)
✔3 weeks of 6th Grade Math Review included for an end of the year preview of the next grade level! (optional)
✔Use as daily homework or morning work and give a quiz on Friday to hold students accountable (Quizzes sold separately) CLICK HERE

Why Teachers Love It!
☺ Makes homework or morning work more predictable and easy to complete
☺ Students are exposed to multiple standards every day, keeping their skills sharp.
☺ The daily assignments are meaningful and NOT overwhelming.
☺ Each week focuses on a particular skill while still reviewing skills you've already taught.
☺ The progress monitoring section holds students accountable for their own learning.
☺ Parents appreciate the consistency of the homework (if using as homework).
☺ Teachers can easily see where students are still struggling on a regular basis
☺ It's Editable - change questions or wording to differentiate and fit your students' needs.
☺ Teachers find students need almost NO test-prep before standardized testing when using this resource all year.
☺ Homework completion rates increase! (if using as homework)

How is this Spiral Review Resource Different From Others?
✔This spiral review was strategically designed so that students DO NOT see problems they HAVE NOT been exposed to. (expecting students to complete work they have never been taught is not effective and can increase frustration)
✔The entire week fits on just one page. This helps schools and teachers save on copies while still providing meaningful review. Students can use the "Show Your Work Page" or a simple notebook for extra space.
✔This entire resource is editable (Microsoft Word). You can easily edit, copy, paste, or delete anything and everything. Use these sheets to customize the perfect daily review system for your classroom!
✔It's also NO-Prep! If you aren't looking to edit the sheets, you can use the "easy print" option in the file to just print and go.
✔I am ALWAYS updating this resource to make it even more effective. If you decide to purchase this resource, you will receive ALL future updates for FREE! Education is always changing and so is this resource!

★★★ Grab an ENTIRE YEAR of Spiral Weekly Math Quizzes {CLICK HERE}! These quizzes are the perfect companion to this resource!

⇧ ⇧ ⇧ Please see the PREVIEW for pictures and a FREE sample! ⇧ ⇧ ⇧

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Using This Spiral Math Resource as HOMEWORK!
Give each student a homework sheet on Monday. They will complete one column each night (Monday through Thursday). You can choose to print the "Show Your Work" page on the back or have your students show their work in a "homework notebook". At the beginning of class each day, I like to take about 5-8 minutes to quickly review the previous night's homework and clarify any questions my students may have. Students use the "My Progress" section to keep track of how they are doing and it helps hold them accountable for their own learning. My students value this time and use it to ask great questions because they know they will see similar problems on the next night's homework. See my "Spiral Math Assessments" section below to see how I assess my students each week on the same skills!

For more info and tips on making your homework system effective, check out this blog post {CLICK HERE}

Using This Spiral Math Resource as MORNING WORK!
Each morning, students complete just one column (Monday through Thursday). Before beginning the day, I take about 5-8 minutes to review that day's work. This gives students time to monitor their own progress and to ask questions. On Friday, I like to give a mini review quiz. This is the perfect time to assess your students and see where they still need help. Read below to learn about my "Spiral Math Assessments" that are PERFECT for Fridays.

Using this resource with Spiral Math Assessments
I highly recommend using this spiral math resource with my spiral weekly math assessments. They are both directly aligned with each other and work together to help reinforce and assess math concepts all year. If your goal is to keep math standards fresh without having to spend a lot of time reteaching and reviewing, this system is for you.

Learn more about my Spiral Weekly Math Assessments HERE!

Standards/Concepts Covered Each Week!

These homework sheets cover the Common Core Standards that relate to the following topics:

1. Order of Operations
2. Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers
3. Decimal Place Value
4. Comparing and Ordering Decimals
5. Rounding Decimals
6. Multiplying Decimals (including modeling)
7. Modeling Dividing Decimals
8. Dividing Decimals

1. Modeling Fractions and Equivalent Fractions
2. Simplifying and Comparing Fractions
3. Add, Subtract, and Decompose Fractions with LIKE Denominators (including mixed numbers)
4. Add and Subtract Fractions with LIKE Denominators (including mixed numbers)
5. Add and Subtract Fractions with UNLIKE Denominators (including mixed numbers)
6. Add and Subtract Fractions with UNLIKE Denominators (including mixed numbers)
7. Multiplying Fractions (including whole numbers and multiplication fraction models)
8. Multiplying Fractions (including mixed numbers and multiplication fraction models)
9. Real-World Fraction Problems (Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying)

1. Dividing Fractions (including whole numbers and dividing fraction models)
2. Dividing Fractions
3. Real-World Fraction Problems
4. Real-World Fraction Problems (mixed review)
5. Coordinate Planes (plotting points)
6. Coordinate Planes/line plots and Input/Output Machines (Using both to solve/represent real-world problems)
7. Coordinate Planes/line plots and Input/Output Machines (Using both to solve/represent real-world problems)
8. Two-Dimensional Figures and their Attributes
9. Classification of Two-Dimensional Figures

1. Measurement (including mass, time, length, and capacity; Converting)
2. Measurement Continued (including Metric and Customary; Converting)
3. Test Preparation Review Questions and Volume of a Rectangular Prism
4. Test Preparation Review Questions and Volume of TWO Rectangular Prisms
5. Test Preparation Review Questions
*Also Includes 3 weeks of the next grade level to be used as a preview at the end of the year!

**These are the new skills presented each week. Review problems are also included, but not listed.

Try it before you buy it! Get 2 weeks FREE! {CLICK HERE}

⇧ ⇧ ⇧ Please see the PREVIEW for pictures and a FREE sample! ⇧ ⇧ ⇧


More Resources for 5th Grade!
✔ 5th Grade Spiral Math Homework
✔ 5th Grade Spiral Reading Homework
✔ 5th Grade Spiral Language Homework
✔ 5th Grade Spiral Math Assessments
✔ 5th Grade Spiral Language Assessments
✔ 5th Grade I CAN Math Games
✔ Paragraph of the Week
✔ Fiction & Nonfiction Reading Centers
✔ Reading & Writing Resource Bundle
✔ One Stop Teacher Binder



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Don L.

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