Essential Standards Chart: What is it we expect students to learn? 
Grade:  5th  Subject:  Math  Semester 
 Team Members:  Shanda Allen 


Abram Felsch 


Crystal Duce 


Standard Description  Example Rigor  Prerequisite Skills  Common Assessment  When Taught?  Extension Standards 
What is the essential standard to be learned? Describe in studentfriendly vocabulary.  What does proficient student work look like? Provide an example and/or description.  What prior knowledge, skills, and/or vocabulary is/are needed for a student to master this standard?  What assessment(s) will be used to measure student mastery?  When will this standard be taught?  What will we do when students have learned the essential standard(s)? 
5.NBT.1: I can recognize that a number in one place value is ten times more than the value to the right and 1/10 of the value to the left. 
 10 times as much  1/10 of  5.67 

 4.33 


1/10 of 5.67 is ______. Fill out place value chart with relationships. Word Problems  I can understand that there is a relationship between the place values.  Go Math Tageted Math Interventions (Barbara)  SeptemberOctober  100 x 1/100 of Relationships between place values not next to each other. 
5.NBT.5: I can fluently multiply multidigit whole numbers using algorithm.
 3,345 x 16 = 24,543 x 59 = Word problems  Math Facts Algorithm for 1digit multiplication Area Model  Go Math Tageted Math Interventions (Barbara)  October  Three Digit

5.NBT.6: I can find whole number quotients using twodigit divisors.  2,345/43 = Word Problems
 Math Facts SingleDigit Long Division  Go Math Tageted Math Interventions (Barbara)  November  Finding Percent 
5.NF.A: I can add and subtract fractions with uncommon denominators.  Find Common Denominators (Big Rock)  Add and subtract with like denominators.
 Go Math Tageted Math Interventions (Barbara)  March  Simplifying Changing to decimals 
5.NF.B.4: I can multiply a fraction by a whole number or fraction. 
 Math Facts Turn into improper fractions/mixed number. Simplify
 Go Math TagetedMathInterventions (Barbara)  February  Divide Fractions by whole numbers. Change products to decimals 