advertisement

5NBT Skills Review 1 Label the place value chart with the correct labels. . Round .335 to the nearest tenth. 2 x 102= Hundredths Tenths Circle the number that is 100 times greater than .3 3 30 Thousandths .03 5NBT Skills Review 2 Write a number with a “7”in the tenths place, a “4” in the thousands place, and a “3” in the hundredths place value. Round .89 to the nearest tenth. 4 x 104= . Circle the number that is 100 times greater than .2 .002 200 20 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 3 Write a number that is 103 times greater than 40. Round .54 to the nearest ones. Circle the number that is 103 times greater than .5 8 x 103= .005 5.0 50.0 500.0 5NBT Skills Review 4 Write a number that is 103 times greater than .04. Round .54 to the nearest tenths. Circle the number that is 102 times greater than .5 7 x 101= .005 . ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5.0 50.0 5NBT Skills Review 5 Write forty-five and seven hundredths in standard form. Round 5.69 to the nearest tenth. 541 x 8 Circle the number that is one hundredth of 3. .3 300 .03 5NBT Skills Review 6 Write forty-five and seven hundredths in expanded form. Round 89.9 to the nearest tens. Circle the number that is one hundredth of .2 903 x 100 .02 2 .002 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 7 Write 532.32 in expanded form. Round .999 to the nearest tenths. Write five multiples of the number “7”. 64.3 + 43.7 5NBT Skills Review 8 Write 47.002 in expanded form. Round .5.28 to the nearest tenths. 64.3 - 43.17 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Write five multiples of the number “11”. 5NBT Skills Review 9 Write 52.2 in expanded form. Round 45.8 to the nearest ones. Circle all the factors of 32 4 3 5.22 - 3.9 2 8 16 64 5NBT Skills Review 10 Write 52.2 in written form. Round 78.8 to the nearest tens. Circle all the factors of 48 4 3 5.22 + 3.9 2 8 16 64 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 11 (3 x 103) + (2 x 1/10) Which number below is represented from the above expanded form? 30.2 3,000.002 300.02 3,000.2 3,000.02 3,002 Round .297 to the nearest hundredths Find all the factors of 12 72.99 - .9 5NBT Skills Review 12 (2 x 101) + (2 x 1/10) Which number below is represented from the above expanded form? 20.2 2,000.002 200.02 2,000.2 2,000.02 2,002 Round .781 to the nearest hundredths 72.99 + .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find all the factors of 45 5NBT Skills Review 13 Write seven hundred fifty and fourteen hundredths in numeric form. What is .435 rounded to the nearest tenth. 323 X 32 54.8 x .1 5NBT Skills Review 14 Write seven hundred fifty and fourteen hundredths in expanded form. What is .435 rounded to the nearest hundredths. 74.5 divided by 5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .023 X 100 5NBT Skills Review 15 Write 53.23 in expanded form. What is the value of the “5” in the number 42.045? Circle the Least Common Multiple for 4 and 7 4 7 14 28 Circle the LCM for 10 and 20 .255 + .9 2 10 20 40 5NBT Skills Review 16 Write 53.23 in written form. What is the value of the “5” in the number 510.29? Circle the Least Common Multiple for 2 and 7 2 7 14 28 Circle the LCM for 30 and 20 .25 x .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 10 50 60 600 5NBT Skills Review 17 < Fill in are Area Model below: 10 5 .2 > = .43 .420 .22 .033 2.53 3.530 50 Circle the Least Common Multiple for 2 and 3 4 6 10 12 Circle the LCM for 5 and 20 2 .9 - .81 5 10 20 50 5NBT Skills Review 18 Solve 323 x 10 using an Area Model. < > = .9 .47 .25 ..250 9.9 1.99 .9 +.81 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find the greatest common factor of 6 and 10. 5NBT Skills Review 19 < Solve using the Area Model: 10.2 x 20 > = .4 .25 1.2 1.02 .9 432 x 6 .85 422 divided by 4 Write a number that is 103 times greater than .5 5NBT Skills Review 20 Solve using the Area Model: 66.3 x 3 51.6 x 20 Write a number that is 103 times greater than 78. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Write a number that is 1 /10 the value of 8. 5NBT Skills Review 21 < Write a number that has: 5 tens 4 hundredths 3 tenths > = .33 .331 .6 .066 5.5 5.50 .255 + .5 .255 - .05 Write a number that is 102 times that value of .1 5NBT Skills Review 22 Write forty-five million one hundred sixteen and seven tenths in numeric form. < > = .3 2 5 .99 /3 1 /5 /3 .25 Write a number that is 104times that value of 100. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How many times greater is 5.33 than .533? 5NBT Skills Review 23 Where did Sarah go wrong in writing 532.42 in written form? Round 58.4 to the nearest tens. Find all the factors of 50 Five hundred and thirtytwo and forty-two thousandths. 59.09 x 2 5NBT Skills Review 24 Where did Sarah go wrong in writing .587 in written form? Round .871 to the nearest ones. Five hundred eightyseven hundredths 32.5 divided by 5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find all the factors of 80 5NBT Skills Review 25 Solve using the Area Model: < 4.32 x 40 .002 .09 /3 1.00 .741 .75 3 > = Find the GCF of 4 and 10. 90.8 - 82 5NBT Skills Review 26 Solve using the Area Model: 5.25 x 20 Write a number that is 1/10 the value of 1. .8 - .082 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find the GCF of 6 and 24. 5NBT Skills Review 27 Write a number that is exactly 10,000 times lesser than 100,000. < > = .25 .025 .85 .841 3.2 32% Find the LCM of 3 and 12. .54 x 100 5NBT Skills Review 28 Write a number that is exactly 10,000 times greater than .002 Round .238 to the nearest hundredths. .84 x 104 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find the LCM of 10 and 12. 5NBT Skills Review 29 Estimate the sum for the following number: 4.4 5.2 6.2 6.7 .005 x 4 .6 What number is 1/100 the value of .2? 8.9 divided by 102 5NBT Skills Review 30 Estimate the sum for the following number: 8.01 9.2 6.2 .8 5,005 x .2 2.5 .7 divided by 102 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 What number is 1/100 the value of 1,000? 5NBT Skills Review 31 There are 10 millimeters in 1 centimeter. How many millimeters are in 200 centimeters? 10 x 103 Find all the factors of 120. (7 x 101) + (5 x 100) + (9 x 1/100) 5NBT Skills Review 32 There are 10 millimeters in 1 centimeter. How many millimeters are in 100 centimeters? .92 x 103 .1 x 100 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find the LCM of 10 and 15. 5NBT Skills Review 33 Ava read from 9:28 to 10:05. How many minutes did she read for? 12:43 to 4:43 10 mm = 1 cm How many mm in 9 cm? Find the GCF for 8 and 16. Find five multiples of 9. How many minutes? 5NBT Skills Review 34 Ava read from 9:06 to 10:05. How many minutes did she read for? 1:24 to 4:40 How many minutes? 10 mm = 1 cm How many mm in 80 cm? Find five multiples of 12. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Find the LCM of 12 and 18. 5NBT Skills Review 35 Write a number that 100 times the value of 2.58 There are 1,000 meters in 1 kilometer. How many kilometers is 1500 meters? Order the following parts of a whole on the number line. .5 .30 .987 1 whole 78.5 x 9 0 5NBT Skills Review 36 Write five thousand, two hundred twenty-one and six tenths in numeric and expanded form. 5 cm = 50 mm How many cm is 50,000 mm? Place the following decimals in order of greatest to least. .5 . 6 .09 .44 .01 .3 4.32 divided by 3 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 37 4 Write a number that 10 times the value of .004 (9 x 104) + (7 x 10-1) Order the following parts of a whole on the number line. .001 .7 .91 1 whole 400.5 x 9.3 0 5NBT Skills Review 38 Write ten thousand, five hundred and nine thousandths in expanded form. 4 x 102 Place the following decimals in order of least to greatest. .7 . 01 .4 .8 .001 .8 Write a number that is 1/100 the value of 4.4 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 39 10 mm = 1 cm 100 cm = 1 m Find two common factors of 80 and 60. How many centimeters are in 4 meters? How many millimeters are in 50 centimeters? Write the following in standard form: 424 tenths .9 - .88 How many millimeters are in 8 meters? 82 tens 729 tenths 5NBT Skills Review 40 10 mm = 1 cm 100 cm = 1 m Find two common factors of 20 and 60. How many centimeters are in 5.5 meters? How many millimeters are in 35 centimeters? Write the following in standard form: 24 tenths 5.29 - .9 How many millimeters are in 1.5 meters? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 82 thousandths 89 tens 5NBT Skills Review 41 100 cm = 1 m 1,000 m = 1 km Find the GCF of 30 and 50 How many cm are in 9 m? Write the following in standard form: 80 tenths How many km are in 500 m? How many meters are in 8 km? .97 - .018 456 tens 7 tenths 5NBT Skills Review 42 (9 x 102) + (5 x 1/10) Find the LCM of 8 and 11. Write the above in standard form. Write the above in written form. Write the following in standard form: 79 hundreds 5.01 x .02 12 thousandths 100 tens ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 43 Solve using the Area Model: 151 x 22 < .1 .25 .3 > = .09 Find all the common factors of 100 and 200 .6 .333 .744 x .01 5NBT Skills Review 44 (1 x 100) + (4 x 1/100) Find the LCM of 9 and 12. Write the above in standard form. Write the above in written form. 84.5 divided by 100 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .323 + .03 5NBT Skills Review 45 If the store make $4,000 dollars a day, how much money will in make in 7 1/2 days? Write a number that is 103 times greater than 3.2 Order the following from least to greatest. .8 .24 .09 .2 .04 .921 What are 3 factors that equal 48. ___x___x___=48 5NBT Skills Review 46 Write a number that is 106 times greater than .009 What are 3 factors that equal 64. ___x___x___=64 Order the following from least to greatest. .4 .04 .001 .001 .4 .111 7 x .001 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5NBT Skills Review 47 (9 x 105) + (4 x 104) + (2 100) + (6 x 1/10) Write the expanded form in standard form. Write a number that is 1/100times smaller than 51.3 Circle the decimals that are greater than 1/2. .123 .32 Write it in written form. .7 What are 3 factors that equal 100. ___x___x___=100 .5 .65 .501 .499 .050 5NBT Skills Review 48 (4 x 103) + (1 x 103) + (2 101) + (4 x 1/100) Write the expanded form in standard form. Write a number that is 1/100times smaller than 5 Circle the decimals that are less than 1/3 .123 .32 Write it in written form. .7 What are 3 factors that equal 120. ___x___x___=120 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .5 .65 .501 .499 .050 5NBT Skills Review 49 (8 x 106) + (7 x 103) + (2x10 -1) + (6 x 1/100) Write the expanded form in standard form. Write a number that is 1000 times larger than 2.8 Circle the decimals that are greater than 1/4. .250 .32 Write it in written form. .24 What are 3 factors that equal 1,000 ___x___x___=1,000 .01 .2400 .001 .499 .75 5NBT Skills Review 50 Write a number that has a: 6 in the thousandths 5 in the tens Write a number that is 1/100times smaller than .1 Circle the decimals that are less than .09 2 in the millions .123 1 in the tenths .001 8 in the ten thousands .007 What are 3 factors that equal 240. ___x___x___=240 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .5 .091 .1 .0089 .002 5NBT Skills Review Day 3 5NBT Skills Review Day 3 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Snapshot Assessments Snapshot assessments are designed to be used as a quick assessment to see your students’ progress for each standard in 5NBT. There are 3 Snapshots for each standard. You can use one before you begin teaching the standard, one for the middle, and finally one to see students’ progress. By using 3 different assessments for each standard, you can track student growth. Included is a grade book with all the standards listed and an answer key. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 643.43 Score: 10 Times to the Right 782.25 The “3” in the hundredths place is _________ than the “3” in the ones place. a) a hundred times greater The “2’ in the tenths place is _______ than the “2” in the ones place. a) a hundred times greater b) ten times greater b) ten times greater c) ten times smaller c) a hundred times smaller 54.04 800.08 The “4” in the ones is ___________ The “8” in the hundreds is ____ than the “4” in the hundredths. than the “8” in the hundredths. Answer:________________________ Answer:________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 39,545.103 Score: 10 Times to the Right 854.224 The “3” in the ten thousands place is _________ than the “3” in the thousandths place. The “2’ in the hundredths place is _______ the “2” in the tenths place. a) 10,000 times greater b) 10 times the value of b) ten thousand times smaller a) 1/10 the value of c) 1/100 the value of c) 107 times greater 974.229 90,800.98 The “9” in the hundreds is _________than the “9” in the thousands. The “9” in the tenths is _______ than the “9” in the ten thousands. Answer:______________________________ Answer:_______________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 9,145.093 Score: 10 Times to the Right 3,782.253 The “9” in the hundredths place is _________ than the “9” in the thousands place. The “3’ in the thousands place is _______than the “3” in the thousandths place. a) 1,000 times greater a) 106 times greater b) a hundred thousand times smaller b) 10,000 times greater c) 104 times greater c) ten thousand times smaller 84.048 121.982 The “8” in the tens is ___________ than the “8” in the thousandths. Answer:______________________________ The “2” in the thousandths is _______than the “2” in the tens. Answer:_______________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: 1.22 x _______ = 12.2 483 x 102 = _______________ a) 102 a) 48.3 b) 10 b) .483 c) 100 c) 48,300 64.9 ÷ 10 = If 6 x 15 = 90, the 60 x 15 = ____ a) 649 a) 900 b) 6.49 b) 9,000 c) .649 c) 90 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: 54.001 x _______ = 5.4001 .987 x 103 = _______________ a) 1/100 a) 987 b) 1/10 b) .00987 c) 10 c) 98.7 100 ÷ 104 = If 4 x 35 = 140, the 400 x 350 =___ a) .100 a) 140,000 b) 100.12 b) 14,000 c) .01 c) 1,400 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: .254 x _______ = 25.4 4.154 x 104 = _______________ a) 102 a) 415.4 b) 1/100 b) .4154 c) 1,000 c) 41,540 57.98 ÷ 101 = If .8 x 25 = 20, the 80 x 25 =___ a) 5.798 a) 200 b) 579.8 b) 20,000 c) 5,798 c) 2,000 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 546.25 Score: five hundred twenty-one tenths a) (5 x 103) + (4 x 102) + (6 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (5 x 100) b) (5 x 102) + (4 x 101) + (6 x 100) +(2 x 10-1) + (5 x 10-2) (3 x 106) + (2 x 102) + (8 x 101) +(2 x 101/10) + (5 x 101/100) Write the expanded form above in numeric form. a) 52.1 b) 500.21 c) .521 Compare using <,>, = 53.2 fifty-three and two hundredths 5/ 1000 .005 fourteen tenths ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .14 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 98.221 Score: thirty-five thousandths a) (9 x 101) + (8 x 101) + (2 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (1x 103) b) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 1/10) +(2 x 1/100) + (1 x 1/1000) a) .35 b) .035 c) .350 c) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 10-1) +(2 x 10-2) + (1x 103) (8 x 104) + (7 x 103) + (8 x 101) +(7 x 101/10) + (8 x 101/100) Compare using <,>, = Write the expanded form above in numeric form. 87.3 eighty-seven and three hundredths 8/ 1000 80 hundredths fifteen hundreds ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 150 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 Score: seven thousand five hundred fifty-two and six tenths 1,000,509.04 a) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 101) a) 7,552.6 b) 7,552.610 b) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 10-1) c) 7,552.06 c) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) +(4 x 10-2) Eleven thousand two hundred and one thousandths Compare using <,>, = Write the written form above in expanded form. 4/ 100 8/ 10 30 tens ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .4 80 hundredths 300 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Score: Round 897.9 to the nearest tens place value. Round .329 to the nearest tenths place value. Which number shows 532.99 rounded to the nearest tenths place value? Which number shows .892 rounded to the nearest ones place value? a) 532.9 a) 1 b) 533 b) 1.02 c) 532.09 c).800 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Round 53.2 to the nearest ones place value. Estimate the sum of the following numbers. 98.9 Which number shows 5,789.3 rounded to the nearest hundreds place value? a) 5,800 b) 5,809.3 c) 5,700 Score: 10.3 9.5 .5 Which number shows .249 rounded to the nearest tenths. a) .1 b) .300 c) .2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Round .978 to the nearest ones place value. Estimate the sum of the following numbers. 2.87 Which number shows .111 rounded to the nearest hundredths place value? a) .112 b) .1 c) .11 Score: .57 1.1 .6 Which number shows .999 rounded to the nearest tenths. a) 1 b) .10 c) .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 732 x 43 A bakery makes 432 cookies a hour. How many cookies does the bakery make in 12 hours? 633 x 29 John runs 4.5 miles a day for 7 days. How many miles does he run in 2 weeks? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 Jenna has $4.25 dollars. She wants save $.50 a day for 38 days. How much money will she have altogether after day 38? 4,457 x 58 Tim wants to ride a total of 142.5 km this week on his bike. If he rides 20.5 km a day for 7 days, will he meet his goal? How much more or less does he need to ride? Mr. O’Reilly’s fifth grade class has 21 rocks that weigh .8 grams each. Help the class figure out the total weight of rocks in milligrams. (hint: 1,000 mg= 1 gram) ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 If 4 quarts equals 1 gallon. How many quarts are in 42.5 gallons? .59 x 2.9 8,785 x.2 Charlie wanted to triple the amount of flour in the recipe. If the original recipe called for 4 1/2 cups of flour, how much does he need? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model Score: What is the quotient with a dividend of 784.50 and a divisor of 6? .075 ÷3 What is the quotient with a divisor or 4 and a dividend of 45.2? Greg has eaten 7,892 calories over 5 days. How many calories does eat each day? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model What is the quotient with a dividend of 2.54 and a divisor of 2? Score: Solve using an area model. 40 3 .2 800 660 4 120 9 .6 ____ ____ What is the quotient with a divisor or 12 and a dividend of .144? How many miles did Linda drive each day? Total Miles= 562.50 Total Days Driven= 50 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model Score: What is the quotient with a dividend of 5,420 and a divisor of 5? 966 ÷42 What is the quotient with a divisor or 40 and a dividend of 800? Sam has collected 4,532 marbles over 88 days. On average, how many marbles did he collect each day? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. .43 x .3 Score: Divide 4.2 by .2 Find the difference of 83.9 and 5.32. Shade in .1 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. Sara measured the length of 5 books. The measurements are listed below. 20 cm, 15.5 cm, 20.5 cm, 15.9 cm, 22.2 cm Score: A car can move 32.3 feet in 1 second. How far could it travel in 12.5 seconds? What is the total length of all 5 books in meters? What is the product of 1.8 and 2.9? Eight apples weigh 570 grams. How many grams is one apple? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. Which is greater, .5 or .45? Explain using words, pictures, or calculations. What is the sum of .89, 1.8, and 2.9? Score: Dan wants to share $45.36 with his 6 friends equally. How much would each person get, including Dan? Is there any money left over? Thirteen people weigh 910 kilograms. On average, how much does one person weigh? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 643.43 Score: 10 Times to the Right 782.25 The “3” in the hundredths place is _________ than the “3” in the ones place. a) a hundred times greater The “2’ in the tenths place is _______ than the “2” in the ones place. a) a hundred times greater b) ten times greater b) ten times greater c) ten times smaller c) a hundred times smaller 54.04 800.08 The “4” in the ones is ___________ The “8” in the hundreds is ____ than the “4” in the hundredths. than the “8” in the hundredths. Answer: a 100 times greater Answer: 10,000 greater than ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 39,545.103 Score: 10 Times to the Right 854.224 The “3” in the ten thousands place is _________ than the “3” in the thousandths place. The “2’ in the hundredths place is _______ the “2” in the tenths place. a) 10,000 times greater b) 10 times the value of b) ten thousand times smaller c) 107 times greater a) 1/10 the value of c) 1/100 the value of 974.229 The “9” in the hundreds is _________than the “9” in the thousands. Answer: 100,000 greater 90,800.98 The “9” in the tenths is _______ than the “9” in the ten thousands. Answer: 100,000 smaller ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 1/10 to the Left 9,145.093 Score: 10 Times to the Right 3,782.253 The “9” in the hundredths place is _________ than the “9” in the thousands place. The “3’ in the thousands place is _______than the “3” in the thousandths place. a) 1,000 times greater a) 106 times greater b) a hundred thousand times smaller b) 10,000 times greater c) 104 times greater c) ten thousand times smaller 84.048 121.982 The “8” in the tens is ___________ than the “8” in the thousandths. Answer: 10,000 greater The “2” in the thousandths is _______than the “2” in the tens. Answer: 10,000 smaller ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: 1.22 x _______ = 12.2 483 x 102 = _______________ a) 102 a) 48.3 b) 10 b) .483 c) 100 c) 48,300 64.9 ÷ 10 = If 6 x 15 = 90, the 60 x 15 = ____ a) 649 a) 900 b) 6.49 b) 9,000 c) .649 c) 90 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: 54.001 x _______ = 5.4001 .987 x 103 = _______________ a) 1/100 a) 987 b) 1/10 b) .00987 c) 10 c) 98.7 100 ÷ 104 = If 4 x 35 = 140, the 400 x 350 =___ a) .100 a) 140,000 b) 100.12 b) 14,000 c) .01 c) 1,400 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement Score: .254 x _______ = 25.4 4.154 x 104 = _______________ a) 102 a) 415.4 b) 1/100 b) .4154 c) 1,000 c) 41,540 57.98 ÷ 101 = If .8 x 25 = 20, the 80 x 25 =___ a) 5.798 a) 200 b) 579.8 b) 20,000 c) 5,798 c) 2,000 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 546.25 five hundred twenty-one tenths a) (5 x 103) + (4 x 102) + (6 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (5 x 100) b) (5 x 102) + (4 x 101) + (6 x 100) +(2 x 10-1) + (5 x 10-2) (3 x 106) + (2 x 102) + (8 x 101) +(2 x 101/10) + (5 x 101/100) Write the expanded form above in numeric form. 3,000,280.25 Score: a) 52.1 b) 500.21 c) .521 Compare using <,>, = 53.2 5/ 1000 > = fifty-three and two hundredths .005 fourteen tenths ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 > .14 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 98.221 Score: thirty-five thousandths a) (9 x 101) + (8 x 101) + (2 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (1x 103) b) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 1/10) +(2 x 1/100) + (1 x 1/1000) a) .35 b) .035 c) .350 c) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 10-1) +(2 x 10-2) + (1x 103) (8 x 104) + (7 x 103) + (8 x 101) +(7 x 101/10) + (8 x 101/100) Compare using <,>, = Write the expanded form above in numeric form. 87.3 87,080.78 8/ 1000 > < eighty-seven and three hundredths 80 hundredths fifteen hundreds ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 > 150 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000 seven thousand five hundred fifty-two and six tenths 1,000,509.04 a) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 101) a) 7,552.6 b) 7,552.610 b) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 10-1) c) 7,552.06 c) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) +(4 x 10-2) Eleven thousand two hundred and one thousandths Compare using <,>, = Write the written form above in expanded form. 4/ 100 11,200.001 (1x104)+(1x103)+(2x102)+(9x1/1000) Score: 8/ 10 = 30 tens ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .4 < 80 hundredths = 300 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Score: Round 897.9 to the nearest tens place value. Round .329 to the nearest tenths place value. 900 .3 Which number shows 532.99 rounded to the nearest tenths place value? Which number shows .892 rounded to the nearest ones place value? a) 532.9 a) 1 b) 533 b) 1.02 c) 532.09 c).800 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Round 53.2 to the nearest ones place value. Score: Estimate the sum of the following numbers. 98.9 10.3 9.5 .5 53 120 Which number shows 5,789.3 rounded to the nearest hundreds place value? a) 5,800 b) 5,809.3 c) 5,700 Which number shows .249 rounded to the nearest tenths. a) .1 b) .300 c) .2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Place Value Understanding and Rounding Round .978 to the nearest ones place value. Score: Estimate the sum of the following numbers. 2.87 .57 1.1 .6 1 6 Which number shows .111 rounded to the nearest hundredths place value? a) .112 b) .1 c) .11 Which number shows .999 rounded to the nearest tenths. a) 1 b) .10 c) .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 732 x 43 31,476 A bakery makes 432 cookies a hour. How many cookies does the bakery make in 12 hours? 5184 633 x 29 18,357 John runs 4.5 miles a day for 7 days. How many miles does he run in 2 weeks? 63 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 Jenna has $4.25 dollars. She wants save $.50 a day for 38 days. How much money will she have altogether after day 38? $23.25 Tim wants to ride a total of 142.5 km this week on his bike. If he rides 20.5 km a day for 7 days, will he meet his goal? How much more or less does he need to ride? yes, he rode 1km more 4,457 x 58 258,506 Mr. O’Reilly’s fifth grade class has 21 rocks that weigh .8 grams each. Help the class figure out the total weight of rocks in milligrams. (hint: 1,000 mg= 1 gram) 16,800 mg ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Score: Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100 If 4 quarts equals 1 gallon. How many quarts are in 42.5 gallons? 8,785 x.2 1757 170 quarts .59 x 2.9 1.711 Charlie wanted to triple the amount of flour in the recipe. If the original recipe called for 4 1/2 cups of flour, how much does he need? 13.5 cups of flour ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model What is the quotient with a dividend of 784.50 and a divisor of 6? .075 ÷3 .025 130.75 What is the quotient with a divisor or 4 and a dividend of 45.2? 11.3 Score: Greg has eaten 7,892 calories over 5 days. How many calories does eat each day? 1578.4 calories ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model What is the quotient with a dividend of 2.54 and a divisor of 2? Score: Solve using an area model. 40 3 .2 800 660 4 120 9 .6 _20_ 1.27 _3_ What is the quotient with a divisor or 12 and a dividend of .144? How many miles did Linda drive each day? Total Miles= 562.50 Total Days Driven= 50 11.25 miles each day .012 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in the divisor– Pics and Area Model What is the quotient with a dividend of 5,420 and a divisor of 5? 966 ÷42 23 1,084 What is the quotient with a divisor or 40 and a dividend of 800? 20 Score: Sam has collected 4,532 marbles over 88 days. On average, how many marbles did he collect each day? He averaged 51.5 marbles each day ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. .43 x .3 .129 Score: Divide 4.2 by .2 21 Find the difference of 83.9 and 5.32. 78.58 Shade in .1 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. Sara measured the length of 5 books. The measurements are listed below. 20 cm, 15.5 cm, 20.5 cm, 15.9 cm, 22.2 cm Score: A car can move 32.3 feet in 1 second. How far could it travel in 12.5 seconds? What is the total length of all 5 books in meters? 403.75 feet 94.1cm=.941m What is the product of 1.8 and 2.9? Eight apples weigh 570 grams. How many grams is one apple? 5.22 71.25 grams ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models. Score: Which is greater, .5 or .45? Explain using words, pictures, or calculations. Dan wants to share $45.36 with his 6 friends equally. How much would each person get, including Dan? Is there any money left over? 5 tenths is greater than 45 hundredths. each would get 6.48. No money left over 50 cents is greater than 45 cents. What is the sum of .89, 1.8, and 2.9? 5.59 Thirteen people weigh 910 kilograms. On average, how much does one person weigh? Each person averages 70 kg. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 . ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Standard: 5.NBT.B.7 Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Standard: 5.NBT.B.6 Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Standard: 5.NBT.B.5 Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Standard: 5.NBT.A.4 Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Standard: 5.NBT.A.3 Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Standard: 5.NBT.A.2 Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 Standard: 5.NBT.A.1 Snapshot for 5.NBT ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Fractions Activity Pretend that you are going to teach 4th graders equivalent fractions. Create a model that you would be able to use to show them what equivalent fractions look like. Using a ruler, draw shapes that represent equivalent fractions. 1) Draw two shapes that represent 2 1/2 and 2 4/8. (Use a ruler to ensure that they are exact fractions) 2) Draw two shapes that represent 5 1/4 and 5 4/16. (Use a ruler to ensure that they are exact fractions) ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 3) Draw 3 shapes that represent 9 1/4 , 9 2/8 , and 9 4/16. (Use a ruler to ensure that they are exact fractions) Make sure to label each fractional picture. After each problem, write a sentence that tells that the numbers are equal. Put a title on the top of the page. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 What’s the area of a rectangle with the length of 3.9cm and the height of 4.2cm? ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: (3 + 6) x 2 4x3-4 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 4 x 3 + 5 = 32 5 x 8 – 2 x 2 = 60 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7–3x2 10 x 3 – 10 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 x 8 – 3 = 10 2 x 9 x 4 – 2 = 36 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 2 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 6+4x5 11 x 5 – 4 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 20 + 5 x 2 = 50 2 x 10 – 2 = 16 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 3 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 25 – 10 x 2 8–3+2x3 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 5 – 2 x 3 + 2 = 11 10 + 2 – 1 x 2 = 22 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 4 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 25 ÷ 5 – 5 5 – 3 + 24 ÷ 3 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 3+2x3–2=5 6+5–1÷2=5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7–3x2 10 x 3 – 10 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 x 8 – 3 = 10 2 x 9 x 4 – 2 = 36 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 6 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 2+5x3-2 80/5 + 1 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 6/3 + 3 – 1 = 4 10 x 3 + 5 – 5 = 30 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 7 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 8–1+5x5 7 x 3 x 6 - 10 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 8–4–3x2=2 10/5 – 4 x 2 – 8 = 2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 8 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7x4–3–3 10 – 3 + 27 ÷ 3 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 + 5 + 10 x 10 = 152 8 x 5 – 10 + 5 = 25 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 9 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: [ 6 + (9 – 5)] – 5 3 x [3 + ( 7 – 3) + 1 ] Where would the parenthesis and brackets go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 10 – 4 + 3 x 2 = 6 4x3–5–2=9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 10 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of three and two multiplied by four. Ten less the sum of twelve and two. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Fourteen more than the product of eight and seven. The product of five and six increased by eight. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 11 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of twelve an ten multiplied by seven. The quotient of eighty-four and two increased by seven. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Three less than the quotient of twenty and four. The sum of ninety-two and ten divided by two. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 12 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The product of nine and eight decreased by the product of three and four. The quotient of twenty-four and eight doubled. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of thirty-five and seven divided by four. The product of nineteen and two quadrupled. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 13 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The quotient of 50 and 2 added to the product of 4 and 5. Take the difference 48 and 20 and multiply by the sum of 3 and 7. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 15 less than the product of 10 and 20. 20 more the quotient of 100 and 10. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 14 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Take the difference of 60 and 10 and divided it by 25. 60 more than the sum of 4, 5, and 10. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 20 less than 30 added to the product of 4 and 8. The product of the 7 and 10 cut in half. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 15 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of 12 and 10 tripled. 95 more the quotient of 60 and 2. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The product of 90 and 2 added to the difference of 40 and 21. 5 times the difference of 10 and 3. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 16 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 9 times the product of 2 and 9. Add 5 and 59 to the product of 3 and 4. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 less than 80 doubled. 40 more than 50 added to the product of 6 and 10. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 17 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of 88 and 12 divided by 10. 8 less than the product of 3 and 20. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Add the product of 8 and 4 to the difference of 10 and 3. Subtract the difference of 17 and 10 by the quotient of 20 and 10. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 18 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 doubled then lessened by 10. The product of 50 and 20 decreased by 100. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The quotient of 40 and 10 decreased by 10. 8 less than 20 divided by 2. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 19 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 tripled and then increased by 10. The product of 20 and 13 decreased by the quotient of 20 and 5. Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of 52 and 20 increased by the product of 5 and 3. 30 less than the quotient of 600 and 20. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 20 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number 8 Rule: Add 1 Y starting number 10 Rule: Add 2 X Score: Rule: +5 Input Y Output 12 2 7 10 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 62, 74, _______, 98, ________ Rule:____________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 21 Name: Date: X starting number 2 Rule: Multiply by 2 Y starting number 6 Rule: Add 2 X Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Score: Rule: x 2 Input Y Output 10 5 2 20 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 100, 83, 66, 49, _____ 2, 10, 50, 250 Rule:____________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 22 Name: Date: X starting number 8 Rule: Multiply by 2 Y starting number 10 Rule: Multiply by 3 X Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Score: Rule: divide by 3 Input Y Output 30 90 60 6 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 150, 140, 70, 60, 30 1, 5, 7, 35, 37, 685, ______ A) Subtract 10, Subtract 70 B) Subtract 10, Divide by 2 C) Subtract 10, Divide by 3 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 23 Name: Date: X starting number 24 Rule: Divide by 2 Y starting number 50 Rule: Divide by 5 X Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Score: Rule: Multiply by 5 Input Y Output 4 25 50 100 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 900, 180, 36, ______ .5, 5, 50, 500, 5,000 Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 24 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number 8 Rule: Multiply by 10 Y starting number 1 Rule: Multiply by 10 X Score: Rule: Divide by 7 Input Y Output 14 21 28 35 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 1,000, 100, 10, 1, .1 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 500, 50, 60, 6, 16, ______ Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 25 Name: Date: X starting number .2 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: Multiply by 10 Score: Rule: Divide by 10 Y starting number 1.5 Rule: Multiply by 10 X Input Y Output 1,000 50 25 1 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 5,000, 50, .5, .005 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. _____, 60, 75.5, 91, 106.5 Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 26 Name: Date: X starting number .1 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: Add .9 Score: Rule: Multiply by 8 Y starting number .5 Rule: Subtract .05 X Input Y Output 64 9 160 .25 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 1, 2, 12, 24, 34, 68, 78 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 1.25, 1.40, _______, 1.70, 1.85 Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 27 Name: Date: X starting number 150 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: x .2 Score: Rule: Divide by 100 Y starting number .5 Rule: x .5 X Input Y Output 1,000 100 500 .1 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 10, 0, 5, 0, 5 18, 6, 9, 3, 6, ______ Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 28 Name: Date: X starting number 100 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: divide by 5 Score: Rule: Add 10, multiply by 2 Y starting number .5 Rule: divide by 5 X Input Y Output 50 100 60 1,000 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. .25, .5, 1, 2, 4 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 37, 32, 16, 11, 5.5, _______ Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 29 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number -5 Rule: add 2 Y starting number 2 Rule: subtract 2 X Score: Rule: divide 10, multiply by 2 Input Y Output 20 100 1 8 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 10, -8, -2, 4, 10, 16 6, 2, -2, ______ Rule: ________________________________ ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 30 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: (3 + 6) x 2 4x3–4 18 8 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 4 x (3 + 5) = 32 5 x (8 – 2 )x 2 = 60 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 32 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7–3x2 10 x 3 – 10 1 20 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 x (8 – 3) = 10 2 x 9 x (4 – 2) = 36 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 33 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 6+4x5 11 x 5 – 4 26 51 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? (20 + 5) x 2 = 50 2 x (10 – 2) = 16 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 34 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 25 – 10 x 2 8–3+2x3 5 11 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? (5 – 2) x 3 + 2 = 11 (10 + 2 – 1) x 2 = 22 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 35 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 25 ÷ 5 – 5 5 – 3 + 24 ÷ 3 0 10 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 3 + 2 x (3 – 2) = 5 (6 + 5 – 1) ÷ 2 = 5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 36 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7–3x2 10 x 3 – 10 1 20 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 x (8 – 3) = 10 2 x 9 x (4 – 2) = 36 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 37 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 2+5x3–2 80/5 + 1 15 17 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 6/3 + (3 – 1) = 4 10 x 3 + (5 – 5) = 30 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 38 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 8–1+5x5 7 x 3 x 6 – 10 32 116 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? (8 – 4 – 3) x 2 = 2 10 ÷ 5 – (4 x 2 – 8) = 2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 39 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: 7x4–3–3 10 – 3 + 27 ÷ 3 22 16 Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 2 + (5 + 10) x 10 = 152 8 x 5 – (10 + 5) = 25 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 40 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.1 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Evaluate the following expression: Evaluate the following expression: [ 6 + (9 – 5)] – 5 3 x [3 + ( 7 – 3) + 1 ] 5 24 Where would the parenthesis and brackets go in this equation to get the given answer? Where would the parenthesis go in this equation to get the given answer? 10 – (4 + 3) x 2 = 6 4 x 3 – (5 – 2) = 9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 41 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of three and two multiplied by four. Ten less the sum of twelve and two. 12 + 2 - 10 (3 + 2) x 4 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Fourteen more than the product of eight and seven. The product of five and six increased by eight. 8 x 7 + 14 5x6+8 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 42 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of twelve an ten multiplied by seven. The quotient of eighty-four and two increased by seven. (12 – 10) x 7 84/2 + 7 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Three less than the quotient of twenty and four. The sum of ninety-two and ten divided by two. 20/4 – 3 (92+10) / 2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 43 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The product of nine and eight decreased by the product of three and four. The quotient of twenty-four and eight doubled. 24 / 8 x 2 ( 9 x 8) – ( 3x 4 ) Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of thirty-five and seven divided by four. The product of nineteen and two quadrupled. (35 – 7 ) / 4 19 x 2 x 4 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 44 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The quotient of 50 and 2 added to the product of 4 and 5. Take the difference 48 and 20 and multiply by the sum of 3 and 7. ( 50 / 2 ) + ( 4 x 5) (48 – 20) x ( 3 x 21) Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 15 less than the product of 10 and 20. 20 more the quotient of 100 and 10. 10 x 20 - 15 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 100 / 10 + 20 45 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Take the difference of 60 and 10 and divided it by 25. 60 more than the sum of 4, 5, and 10. (60 – 10) / 25 60 + (4 + 5 + 10) Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 20 less than 30 added to the product of 4 and 8. The product of the 7 and 10 cut in half. (30 – 20 ) + (4 x 8) 7 x 10 / 2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 46 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The difference of 12 and 10 tripled. 95 more the quotient of 60 and 2. (12-10) x 3 60 / 2 + 95 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The product of 90 and 2 added to the difference of 40 and 21. 5 times the difference of 10 and 3. (90 x 2) + ( 40 – 21) ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 (10 – 3 ) x 5 47 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 9 times the product of 2 and 9. Add 5 and 59 to the product of 3 and 4. 9x2x9 3 x 4 + 59 + 5 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 less than 80 doubled. 40 more than 50 added to the product of 6 and 10. 80 x 2 - 50 (6 x 10) + 40 + 50 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 48 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of 88 and 12 divided by 10. 8 less than the product of 3 and 20. (88 + 12) / 10 3 x 20 – 8 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: Add the product of 8 and 4 to the difference of 10 and 3. Subtract the difference of 17 and 10 by the quotient of 20 and 10. ( 8 x 4) + ( 10 – 3 ) (17 – 10 ) – ( 20/10) ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 49 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 doubled then lessened by 10. The product of 50 and 20 decreased by 100. 50 x 2 - 10 50 x 20 – 100 Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The quotient of 40 and 10 decreased by 10. 8 less than 20 divided by 2. 40 / 10 - 10 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 20 / 2 – 8 50 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.A.2 Write and Interpret Numerical Expression Score: Write an expression for: Write an expression for: 50 tripled and then increased by 10. The product of 20 and 13 decreased by the quotient of 20 and 5. 50 x 3 + 10 ( 20 x 13) – ( 20/5) Write an expression for: Write an expression for: The sum of 52 and 20 increased by the product of 5 and 3. 30 less than the quotient of 600 and 20. (52 + 20) + ( 5 x 3) 600 / 20 – 30 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 51 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number 8 Rule: Add 1 Y starting number 10 Rule: Add 2 X Y 8 10 9 12 10 14 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Score: Rule: +5 Input Output 12 17 2 7 7 12 5 10 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 62, 74, 86, 98, 110 Rule: add 10 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 52 Name: Date: X starting number 2 Rule: Multiply by 2 Y starting number 6 Rule: Add 2 X Y 2 6 4 8 8 10 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Score: Rule: x 2 Input Output 10 20 5 10 2 4 10 20 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 100, 83, 66, 49, 32 2, 10, 50, 250 Rule: multiply by 5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 53 Name: Date: X starting number 8 Rule: Multiply by 2 Y starting number 10 Rule: Multiply by 3 X Y 8 10 16 30 32 90 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Score: Rule: divide by 3 Input Output 30 10 90 30 60 20 18 6 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 150, 140, 70, 60, 30 1, 5, 7, 35, 37, 685, 687 A) Subtract 10, Subtract 70 B) Subtract 10, Divide by 2 C) Subtract 10, Divide by 3 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 54 Name: Date: X starting number 24 Rule: Divide by 2 Y starting number 50 Rule: Divide by 5 X Y 24 50 12 10 6 2 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Score: Rule: Multiply by 5 Input Output 4 20 5 25 50 250 20 100 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 900, 180, 36, 7.2 .5, 5, 50, 500, 5,000 Rule: multiply by 10 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 55 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number 8 Rule: Multiply by 10 Y starting number 1 Rule: Multiply by 10 X Y 8 1 80 10 800 100 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Score: Rule: Divide by 7 Input Output 14 2 21 3 28 4 35 5 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 1,000, 100, 10, 1, .1 500, 50, 60, 6, 16, 1.6 Rule: Divide by 10 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 56 Name: Date: X starting number .2 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: Multiply by 10 Score: Rule: Divide by 10 Y starting number 1.5 Rule: Multiply by 10 X Y 2 1.5 20 15 200 150 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 5,000, 50, .5, .005 Input Output 1,000 100 50 5 25 2.5 1 .1 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 44.5, 60, 75.5, 91, 106.5 Rule: Divide by 100 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 57 Name: Date: X starting number .1 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: Add .9 Score: Rule: Multiply by 8 Y starting number .5 Rule: Subtract .05 X Y .1 .5 1 .45 1.9 .40 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. 1, 2, 12, 24, 34, 68, 78 Input Output 8 64 9 72 20 160 .25 2.00 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 1.25, 1.40, 1.55, 1.70, 1.85 Rule: multiply by 2, add 10 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 58 Name: Date: X starting number 150 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: x .2 Score: Rule: Divide by 100 Y starting number .5 Rule: x .5 X Y 150 .5 30 .25 6 .05 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Input Output 100,000 1,000 100 1 50,000 500 .1 .001 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 10, 0, 5, 0, 5 18, 6, 9, 3, 6, 2 Rule: Multiply by 0, add 5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 59 Name: Date: X starting number 100 Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships Rule: divide by 5 Score: Rule: Add 10, multiply by 2 Y starting number .5 Rule: divide by 5 X Y 100 .5 20 .1 4 .02 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. .25, .5, 1, 2, Input Output 50 120 100 220 20 60 1,000 2020 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 4 37, 32, 16, 11, 5.5, .5 Rule: multiply by 2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 60 Name: Date: Standard: 5.OA.B.3 Analyze Patterns and Relationships X starting number -5 Rule: add 2 Y starting number 2 Rule: subtract 2 X Y -5 2 -3 0 -1 -2 Score: Rule: divide 10, multiply by 2 Determine the math rule for the following pattern of numbers. Input Output 20 4 100 20 1 .2 40 8 Finish the number pattern by following the rule. 10, -8, -2, 4, 10, 16 6, 2, -2, -6 Rule: add 6 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 61 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Guided Problems Customizable Pages Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 1.41 + .3 1 1 4 3 3 0 7 3 2.6 + .5 5.6 + .4 4.2 + 2.1 1.21 + 1.11 .05 + .04 9.5 + .4 4.9 + .3 24.2 + 3.2 .44 + 2.40 9.31 + .23 42.9 + .2 .9 + 2.2 3.4 + .4 6.45 + 2 5 + .4 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .9 + .85 1 9 0 8 5 7 5 4.3 + .5 7.9 + .1 45.6 + 4 .39 + .45 .67 + .9 9 + .36 78.6 + 1.9 25.1 + 2.3 .6 + 4.6 8.4 + .5 3.3 + 6 8.9 + .45 .9 + .9 4.6 + .99 .8 + 1.9 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 3.99 + .8 3 4 9 9 8 0 7 9 1.3 + .99 95.5 + .5 45.6 + 8.8 1.11 + .99 .36 + .4 8.6 + .44 52.1 + .5 5.4 + .6 .36 + .97 5.69 + .55 .7 + .8 8.99 + .01 8.6 + 7.33 .03 + .4 89.5 + .9 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .5 + .05 5 0 0 5 5 5 .99 + .99 5.9 + .9 78.6 + 2.4 1.69 + .79 5.66 + .8 .9 + .2 5.6 + .9 33.9 + .1 .09 + .5 4.88 + .3 65.4 + .9 .02 + .8 8.6 + .06 .3 + .44 10.9 + .4 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 6.1 + .05 6 6 1 0 0 5 1 5 .20 + .9 12.3 + 2.5 99.2 + 9 .8 + .99 4.55 + .8 1.55 + .6 22.3 + 3.5 98.2 + 3 .32 + 5 .88 + 2 78.2 + 5.1 .76 + .8 8.2 + .08 .3 + 9 38.4 + .2.8 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .5 + 25.4 2 2 5 4 0 5 5 9 9.9 + .03 2.09 + .3 74.4 + 9.2 .44 + 2.1 7.09 + .23 7.3 + .9 9.3 + 7.8 3.9 + 7.2 .3 + .09 .9 + .39 20 + .9 3.2 + .9 .22 + .09 .30 + 9 9.3 + 7 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! .43 + .3 3.45 + .7 9.32 + .09 4.6 + 2 .9 + 2 5.9 + .2 .09 + 1 .08 + .3 .09 + 9 .21 + .9 9.3 + .09 4 + .11 5.3 + .7 .3 + .03 3.4 + .01 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! .89 + 3 .323 + .224 .10 + .209 .201 + .1 .29 + .3 .09 + .211 .329 + .1 .22 + .001 3.2 + .8 3.4 + .9 .33 + .02 .3 + 91 .65 + .2 .001 + .6 .301 + .05 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! .09 + .111 .9 + .55 .45 + .6 .54 + .2 .09 + 2.1 .664 + .04 5.4 + 3.2 .7 + 3.3 .002 + .09 .52 + .5 .111 + .2 8.4 + .6 .9 + .009 .3 + .39 9 + .02 Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! .312 + .02 .32 + .009 .43 + .003 .04 + .111 .320 + .004 .409 + .3 .43 + .002 .321 + .6 .303 + .04 43.2 + .8 .09 + .11 .021 + .02 98 + .9 23.2 + .9 3.99 + .1 Adding Decimals for Smarties Test How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! .334 + .3 3.7 + .3 .4 + .04 .009 + .2 5.44 + .3 .054 + .5 .56 + .032 .432 + .04 53.2 + .8 4.50 + .2 .440 + .1 3.44 + .06 .111 + .09 .21 + .23 .09 + .001 Adding Decimals for Smarties #1 Adding Decimals for Smarties #2 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 2 5 1 Add zeroes for a place holder. + 3 0 Solve Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 4 0 Add zeroes for a place holder. + 0 3 Solve 2.51 +.3 2 8 1 1.43 +.5 3.15 +.35 5.31 + .2 4.99 + .22 + + + + + + 1.99 + .01 9.21 +.7 .99 +.99 3.82 + .9 .3 + .43 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.7 +.5 .4 + .03 .9 + .9 4 3 1.4 + .9 + + + + + + 9.01 + .98 2.11 + .02 1.23 + .5 2.90 + .1 .56 + .44 .01 + .99 + + + + + + Adding Decimals for Smarties #3 Adding Decimals for Smarties #4 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. .03 + .1 1 .8 + .08 .11 +.99 8.9 +.11 + + .44 + .66 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 0 3 Add zeroes for a place holder. + 1 0 Solve .32 + .9 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 4 0 0 Add zeroes for a place holder. + 0 1 Solve 4 + .01 4 0 1 1.91 + .2 .09 + .90 8.88 + .2 + + + 2.10 +.80 9.98 + .01 .82 + .19 3 + .1 + .09 + + + + + + 1.9 + .89 .01 + .99 4.21 + .27 3.91 + .19 2.58 + .84 2.31 + .19 + + + + + + Adding Decimals for Smarties #5 Adding Decimals for Smarties #6 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. .99 + 2.1 + .226 + .4 6 2 6 2.33 +.002 3.92 + .001 + .8 + .08 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 2 2 6 Add zeroes for a place holder. 4 0 0 + Solve + .8 + .08 + + .209 + .981 .001 + .299 + + 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 6 7 6 Add zeroes for a place holder. 4 + Solve 67.6 + .4 + .999 + .111 + + + 34.9 +.9 + 25.2 +.98 .23 + .821 .098 + .39 32.2 + 2.8 + 382.2 + .3 + 92.3 + .77 + .009 + .098 + 6 8 0 .728 +.219 + 4.09 + .99 + Adding Decimals for Smarties #7 Adding Decimals for Smarties #8 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. 2.432 + .6 + .226 + .4 6 2 6 2.99 +1.89 23.21 + 1.89 + .2 + .82 1.218 + .028 + + Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 6 7 6 Add zeroes for a place holder. 4 + Solve 67.6 + .4 10 + 5.22 .9 + 234.4 + 59.4 + 9.4 + .672 + 9 + 1. 2. 3. 4. + .9 + 123.2 4.23 +.37 5.90 +.21 + + + + ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 2 2 6 Add zeroes for a place holder. 4 0 0 + Solve 20.4 + 3.3 + .65 + .8 + + 43.5 + .6 + .09 + .08 5.7 + .999 + 6 8 0 4.25 + 5.79 + Adding Decimals for Smarties #9 Adding Decimals for Smarties #10 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. value! .955 +.49 .42 + .48 + 8.2 + 7.04 + ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve + .998 + .86 + + value! 19 + 2.7 + 2.9 + 59 + 7.2 +.96 35.90 + 32.1 Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve 2.21 + .09 + + 1. 2. 3. 4. + 5.400 + 2.8 .5 + 2.8 + + 4.5 + 4.46 + .09 + .08 7.7 + .92 8.4 + 4.03 + + + 2.672 + 1.2 + 6.9 + 74.4 4.25 + 5.79 + Adding Decimals for Smarties #11 Adding Decimals for Smarties #12 How to Add Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. value! 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 23.4 + 4.2 4.4 + .23 3.438 + .6 9.3 + .8 3.2 + .92 234.3 + .9 + + + + + + 93.01 + .4 .109 + .02 3.2 + .8 4.2 + .02 + + + + 5.3 + .4 + ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve 9.5 + .54 + .4 + .02 + 4.9 + .22 + 100.1 + .2 + .003 + .3 + .99 + .2 + 3.4 + .9 + Adding Decimals for Smarties #13 Adding Decimals for Smarties #14 How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 2.4 + 9.92 53.3 + .94 6.98 + 8.9 .4 + .999 + + + + + + .982 +.23 .433 + .9 .24 + .928 .2 + .88 .332 + .93 .45 + .23 + + + + + + .343 +.93 .234 +.9 + + .209 + .3 + .872 +.32 + .2 +.102 + 3.23 + 4.1 + 23.89 +21.2 234.3 + .9 Name: Adding Decimals for Smarties Assessment 7.9 + 3.55 54.6 + 34.3 + + + + ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .35 + .778 + + .43 + .678 .4 + .65 .66 + .9 + + .909 + .9 + 2.1 + 3.88 5.44 + 5.7 + + 4.55 + .49 .322 + .56 + .64 + 4.6 Score _______ out of 18 + 3.45 + 4.4 + 1.222 +.89 + .987 + .6 9.5 + .36 + 3.5 + 1.67 + 5.3 + 7.5 + ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Adding Decimals for Smarties + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Score _______ out of 18 Adding Decimals for Smarties Adding Decimals for Smarties How to Add Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. How to Add Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Who Shouldn’t Have Played Ball in the House? Parts of a Whole Which Brady boy broke mom’s favorite vase by passing a basketball in the house? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Convert the ggg to a decimal fraction 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏 ggg + 𝟒𝟒 𝟐𝟐 𝟏𝟏 ggg Add 𝟒𝟒 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 𝟏𝟏 𝟐𝟐 Check Your Work ggg Add Convert the mixed number ggg into an improper fraction gggby .25 Multiply ggg .5 Subtract gggby .25 Multiply STOP ggg Add 2.87 STOP Check Your Work Who Did It? Peter, he was a huge sport’s fan! Round to the ggg nearest hundredths 5/𝟒𝟒 Greg, after practicing his guitar, he loved to toss the ball! 6/4 Bobby, the youngest child always enjoyed playing with his brothers! 7/4 Last Man on the Moon did What? Parts of a Whole What did Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, do before he left? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Compare using <,>, = ggg .52 gggby .05 Multiply .5 Take the greater number from ggg above an multiply by 3 ggg Add 2 Round to the ggg nearest tenth ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work Check Your Work ggg.35 Add 𝟏𝟏 𝟓𝟓 Simplify the ggg fraction into its lowest terms gggby 2 Divide STOP Write the decimal ggg as a fraction He did what? He hit a golf ball into outer space! Write the decimal ggg as a fraction 1/4 He traced his daughters initials into the moon dirt. He stuck the American flag into the moon dirt. 1/2 2/2 You’re Afraid of What? Parts of a Whole If you have Pteronophobia , you are afraid of… Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏 ggg 𝒙𝒙 𝟓𝟓 𝟑𝟑 ggg Add ggg by 2 Multiply 𝟏𝟏 𝟓𝟓 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Check Your Work ggg.06 Add ggg .03 Subtract Take the ggg and numerator multiply by .20 Write the answer from ggg above in decimal form. STOP Write your answerggg in decimal form. STOP Check Your Work ggg Subtract 𝟒𝟒 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg .2 Subtract What scares you? Feathers, you don’t like being tickled by them! .6 Pumping your own gas! You have a fear of petroleum! .88 Words that have silent letters! The silent “p” scares you! .68 Merry Christmas, now put up the Tree! Parts of a Whole What do children of France do on Christmas Eve? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Compare using <,>, = ggg 𝟏𝟏 𝟖𝟖 Round to the ggg nearest hundredths 𝟏𝟏 𝟔𝟔 Take the smaller fraction and add ggg Convert the ggginto a fraction decimal 𝟏𝟏 ggg Subtract 𝟐𝟐 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Check Your Work gggby 1.5 Multiply 𝟑𝟑 𝟒𝟒 ggg by 2 Multiply STOP STOP Check Your Work Simplify the gggto its fraction lowest terms ggg.7 Add ggg by 3 Multiply The children do what? Bobby Greg Peter They put up the Christmas tree while the parents watch. They put their shoes near the fireplace so Santa can fill them with gifts and candy! They put croissants out on the table for Old Saint Nick! 6.49 5.49 5.39 You Used to Watch What? Parts of a Whole What was the first TV program that aired on American television? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Convert the mixed number into an gggfraction improper 𝟐𝟐 𝟒𝟒 ggg .5 Subtract 𝟑𝟑 Take the ggg and numerator multiply it by .25 STOP Check Your Work 𝟐𝟐 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Round to the ggg nearest tenths ggg Add Convert the answer from ggg below into a mixed number gggby 5 Divide What was on T.V.? The Twilight Zone…or A football game! The NY Giants vs the Washington Redskins in 1939 The news during World War II! Everyone wanted to know about the evasion of Normandy! .6 .7 .60 was it? Write the answer from ggg above in fraction form ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 ggg .34 Subtract STOP Check Your Work 𝟑𝟑 𝟓𝟓 ggg Add Who Braved the Atlantic Ocean from the Skies? Parts of a Whole Who was the first to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the Greatest gggFactor Common of 12 and 18 𝟏𝟏 ggg2 Add 𝟐𝟐 Multiply the G.C.F ggg by 2.50 Round to the ggg nearest ones ggg10.25 Subtract Take the ggg and numerator multiply by 1.2 Convert the ggginto a answer Mixed Number ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work Convert into an ggg Improper Fraction STOP Check Your Work ggg3 Add 𝟏𝟏 𝟒𝟒 ggg .75 Subtract Who flew it? Amelia Earhart flew to England in 1921 before her tragic disappearance in 1937. 28.25 The Wright Brothers in 1918 flew from South Carolina to Ireland. 28.5 In 1919, John Alcock and Arthur Brown flew from Newfoundland to Ireland . 28 Which Cartoon Character Made it to the Big Screen? Parts of a Whole Who was the first popular animated cartoon character? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the Least Common ggg Multiple for 3 and 8 ggg 20 Subtract 𝟏𝟏 ggg by Multiply 𝟓𝟓 𝟏𝟏 𝟐𝟐 STOP Check Your Work Round to the ggg nearest ones Convert to an ggg Improper Fraction ggg .8 Subtract ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work 𝟑𝟑 𝟒𝟒 Convert to a ggg percentage Who Helped Them? Gertie the Dinosaur in 1914! 𝟓𝟓 ggg Add 𝟐𝟐 ggg Subtract Popeye the Sailor Man in 1929! Mickey Mouse and his Disney Friends in 1913! Convert to a ggg Whole Number 25% .25% 75% It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s a Man on a Motorcycle? Parts of a Whole Which American icon sailed across the Grand Canyon on a motorcycle? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the LCM for ggg 10 and 12 Convert to a ggg Mixed Number Multiply the LCM ggg by .05 ggg Subtract ggg 2.4 Subtract ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work ggg Add 2 Check Your Work ggg Subtract 𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Convert the Mixed Number ggg into an Improper Fraction 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg Add 𝟒𝟒 STOP 𝟐𝟐 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg Subtract 𝟑𝟑 𝟒𝟒 𝟐𝟐 𝟒𝟒𝟎𝟎 Who did it? Evel Knievel sored 230 ft. across the canyon in 1975! It was Evel’s son Robbie who did it in 1999 flying 228 ft! 1.2 1 Nobody ever successfully jumped the canyon. It is way too large! 1 1/20 Can I Have Four Quarters? Parts of a Whole What was the first arcade video game…you know, the type that used quarters? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg Simplify 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg.1 Add 𝟐𝟐 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Convert it to a ggg decimal ggg .905 Subtract ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Check Your Work STOP Check Your Work 𝟓𝟓 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓 The first arcade game was? Chomp Chomp Chomp… Pacman in 1981! 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg Subtract Simplify to its ggg lowest terms ggg.09 Add ggg Add Round to the ggg nearest tenths STOP Space Invaders… Stop the alien invasion in 1982! Computer Space, back 1n 1971, one year before Pong! 1/50 1/5 ggg Add 3/10 You’re Afraid of Work…Huh? Parts of a Whole If you probably don’t like work, or even homework…you have this known fear. Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the LCM of 3 ggg and 6 gggby .02 Multiply ggg Subtract 𝟏𝟏 ggg Add 𝟐𝟐 Simplify to its ggg lowest terms ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP 𝟓𝟓 ggg Add 𝟔𝟔 Check Your Work 𝟏𝟏 𝟔𝟔 Simplify to its ggg lowest terms STOP Check Your Work ggg Subtract Simplify to its ggg lowest terms 𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓 𝟏𝟏 𝟓𝟓 ggg Add What did they say you have? Ergophobia is the fear of work, including homework! Wurkobia is the fear of working and which includes homework! .11/15 1 1/15 Taskaphobia is the fear of taking on tasks including homework! 1 16/15 Who Shouldn’t Have Played Ball in the House? Parts of a Whole Which Brady boy broke mom’s favorite vase by passing a basketball in the house? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! 𝟏𝟏 𝟒𝟒 + Convert the decimal to a ggg fraction 3/4 𝟏𝟏 ggg =3/4 𝟐𝟐 𝟏𝟏 Add ggg 𝟒𝟒 4/4 Multiply by .25 ggg .75 Subtract .5 ggg .5 Add 2.87 ggg 3 Multiply by .25 ggg .125 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work Round to the nearest ggg hundredths .13 STOP 𝟏𝟏 Add ggg𝟐𝟐 1 1/4 Check Your Work Convert the mixed number ggg into an improper fraction Who Did It? Peter, he was a huge sport’s fan! 5/𝟒𝟒 Greg, after practicing his guitar, he loved to toss the ball! 6/4 Bobby, the youngest child always enjoyed playing with his brothers! 7/4 Last Man on the Moon did What? Parts of a Whole What did Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, do before he left? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Compare using <,>, = ggg .52 > Multiply by .05 ggg .15 .5 Take the greater number from ggg above an multiply by 3 1.56 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Add .35 ggg .50 Check Your Work 𝟏𝟏 Add 2 ggg 𝟓𝟓 15/5 or 3 Simplify the fraction into its ggg lowest terms 4/5 Divide by 2 ggg .78 Round to the gggtenth nearest .8 STOP STOP Check Your Work Write the decimal as a ggg fraction 8/10 Write the decimal ggg as a fraction He did what? He hit a golf ball into outer space! 1/4 He traced his daughters initials into the moon dirt. He stuck the American flag into the moon dirt. 1/2 2/2 You’re Afraid of What? Parts of a Whole If you have Pteronophobia , you are afraid of… Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏 𝒙𝒙 ggg = 𝟓𝟓 𝟑𝟑 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Add ggg Multiply by 2 ggg .74 𝟏𝟏 𝟓𝟓 Take the numerator and ggg multiply by .20 .80 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Add .06 ggg .80 Check Your Work Subtract .03 ggg .37 4/15 Write the answer from above in ggg decimal form. 8/10 STOP Write your answer in decimal ggg form. .4 STOP Check Your Work 𝟒𝟒 Subtract ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 4/10 Subtract .2 ggg .6 What scares you? Feathers, you don’t like being tickled by them! .6 Pumping your own gas! You have a fear of petroleum! .88 Words that have silent letters! The silent “p” scares you! .68 Merry Christmas, now put up the Tree! Operations with Rounding What do children of France do on Christmas Eve? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Round to the nearest ggg hundredths 1.13 Compare using <,>, = ggg 𝟏𝟏 𝟖𝟖 < 𝟏𝟏 𝟔𝟔 Take the smaller fraction and add 𝟑𝟑 ggg STOP Multiply by 1.5 ggg 1.125 𝟒𝟒 Add .7 ggg 1.83 Check Your Work Multiply by 3 ggg 5.49 7/8 Convert the fraction into a ggg decimal .75 𝟏𝟏 Subtract ggg 𝟐𝟐 3/8 Multiply by 2 ggg 6/8 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work Simplify the fraction to its ggg lowest terms 3/4 The children do what? Bobby Greg Peter They put up the Christmas tree while the parents watch. They put their shoes near the fireplace so Santa can fill them with gifts and candy! They put croissants out on the table for Old Saint Nick! 6.49 5.49 5.39 You Used to Watch What? Parts of a Whole What was the first TV program that aired on American television? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Convert the mixed number into an gggfraction improper 𝟐𝟐 𝟒𝟒 =14/3 Subtract .5 ggg 1 𝟑𝟑 Take the numerator and ggg multiply it by .25 3.5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtract .34 ggg .66 Check Your Work 𝟐𝟐 Round to the gggtenths nearest .7 Add ggg𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 1 5/10 Convert the answer from ggg below into a mixed number 1 3/10 Divide by 5 ggg .7 Write the answer from above in ggg fraction form 7/10 STOP What was on T.V.? The Twilight Zone…or A football game! The NY Giants vs the Washington Redskins in 1939 The news during World War II! Everyone wanted to know about the evasion of Normandy! .6 .7 .60 was it? STOP Check Your Work 𝟑𝟑 Add ggg𝟓𝟓 13/10 Who Braved the Atlantic Ocean from the Skies? Parts of a Whole Who was the first to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the Greatest Common Factor ggg of 12 and 18 6 𝟏𝟏 Add 2 ggg 𝟐𝟐 25 1/2 Multiply the G.C.F by 2.50 ggg 15 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 𝟏𝟏 Add 3 ggg 𝟒𝟒 28 3/4 Check Your Work Round to the gggones nearest 23 Take the numerator and ggg multiply by 1.2 22.8 Subtract 10.25 ggg 4.75 Convert the answer into a ggg Mixed Number 4 3/4 STOP STOP Check Your Work Convert into an Improper ggg Fraction 19/4 Subtract .75 ggg 28 Who Flew It? Amelia Earhart flew to England in 1921 before her tragic disappearance in 1937. 28.25 The Wright Brothers in 1918 flew from South Carolina to Ireland. 28.5 In 1919, John Alcock and Arthur Brown flew from Newfoundland to Ireland . 28 Which Cartoon Character Made it to the Big Screen? Parts of a Whole Who was the first popular animated cartoon character? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the Least Common ggg for 3 Multiple and 8 24 Multiply by ggg 𝟓𝟓 1 𝟏𝟏 Round to the gggones nearest 5 𝟏𝟏 Subtract 20 ggg 𝟐𝟐 3 1/2 Convert to an Improper ggg Fraction 7/2 Subtract .8 ggg 5.2 STOP Check Your Work Convert to a ggg percentage 25% Who Helped Them? Gertie the Dinosaur in 1914! 𝟓𝟓 Add ggg𝟐𝟐 12/2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 STOP Check Your Work Convert to a Wholeggg Number 6 𝟑𝟑 Subtract ggg 𝟒𝟒 1/4 25% Popeye the Sailor Man in 1929! .25% Mickey Mouse and his Disney Friends in 1913! 75% It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s a Man on a Motorcycle? Parts of a Whole Which American icon sailed across the Grand Canyon on a motorcycle? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the LCM for ggg 12 10 and 60 Convert to a Mixedggg Number 1 8/10 Check Your Work 𝟐𝟐 Subtract ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 18/10 Convert the Mixed Number into anggg Improper Fraction 58/10 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Add ggg𝟒𝟒 6 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtract ggg 𝟒𝟒 1 1/20 𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒 Multiply the GCF ggg by .05 3 Subtract 2.4 ggg 3.6 𝟑𝟑 STOP STOP Check Your Work 𝟐𝟐 Add 2 ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 5 8/10 Subtract ggg 𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒 1 Who did it? Evel Knievel sored 230 ft. across the canyon in 1975! It was Evel’s son Robbie who did it in 1999 flying 228 ft! 1.2 1 Nobody ever successfully jumped the canyon. It is way too large! 1 1/20 Can I Have Four Quarters? Parts of a Whole What was the first arcade video game…you know, the type that uses quarters? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Simplify ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 Add .1 ggg .3 4/5 𝟐𝟐 Convert it to a ggg decimal .11 Subtract .905 ggg .095 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Check Your Work STOP Check Your Work 𝟏𝟏 Add 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 ggg 𝟓𝟓 Subtract ggg 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓 10/50 Simplify to its ggg lowest terms 1/5 Add .09 ggg .20 Add ggg𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 5/5=1 Round to the gggtenths nearest .1 STOP The first arcade game was? Chomp Chomp Chomp… Pacman in 1981! Space Invaders… Stop the alien invasion in 1982! Computer Space, back 1n 1971, one year before Pong! 1/50 1/5 11/100 3/10 You’re Afraid of Work…Huh? Parts of a Whole If you probably don’t like work, or even homework…you have this known fear. Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully! Find the LCM of 3 ggg6 and 6 Add ggg Simplify to its ggg lowest terms 13/15 𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏 Subtract ggg 𝟔𝟔 Add ggg𝟓𝟓 16/15 1/30 𝟏𝟏 Simplify to its ggg lowest terms 1/5 Add ggg𝟐𝟐 62/100 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Check Your Work 26/30 Multiply by .02 ggg .12 Simplify to its ggg lowest terms 31/50 STOP 𝟓𝟓 𝟔𝟔 STOP Check Your Work 𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐 Subtract ggg 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓 10/50 What did they say you have? Ergophobia is the fear of work, including homework! Wurkobia is the fear of working and which includes homework! .11 1/15 1 1/15 Taskaphobia is the fear of taking on tasks including homework! 1 16/15 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 1.41 - .3 1 1 4 3 3 0 1 3 2.6 - .5 5.6 - .4 4.2 – 2.1 1.21 – 1.11 .05 - .04 9.5 - .4 4.6 – 1.6 .5 - .3 .69 - .05 7.59 - .44 6.1 - 5 4.25 - .14 1.98 - .45 .09 - .01 25.2 – 14.1 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 56.5 – 4.4 5 5 6 5 4 4 2 1 .54 - .4 45.3 – 12.1 12.2 - .1 4.29 – 1.1 .65 - .04 4.56 – 1.3 45.3 - .3 6.3 - .2 1.57 - .4 6.2 - .1 50.5 - .4 2.05 – 1.01 8.2 -.1 1.53 - .4 3.6 – 1.2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .524 - .4 5 2 4 4 0 0 1 2 4 4.6 – .3 45.5 – 1.8 1.3 – .9 1.26 – 1.6 1.65 – .7 1.36 – .45 4.9 – 1.5 12 – 1.2 .25 - .1 .68 - .4 8.4 – 1.2 4.6 – 1.35 1.36 - .8 4.6 – 1.36 5 – 1.9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 4.9 - .21 4 4 9 0 2 1 6 9 .6 - .04 45.6 – 2.7 14 -2.6 8 – 1.36 7 – 1.98 .98 - .8 45.5 – 4.7 78.8 – 2.4 9 – 1.75 6.45 - 4.54 6.9 - 4 4.25 – 2.1 6.3 – 2.75 .98 - .79 14.5 – 1.7 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 1.91 – .2 1 1 9 1 2 0 7 1 4.54 - 69 4.9 – 3 856.1 – 7.2 .66 - .4 .61 - .07 2.39 - .5 2.4 - .1 89.6 – 2.8 4.33 – 2.36 5.39 - .8 6.3 - .4 5.5 – 4 6.56 – 4.2 6.33 – 5.34 65 - .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .4 - .369 4 0 0 3 6 9 0 3 1 .3 - .111 .4 - .36 8.33 - .5 .879 - .659 .9 - .569 5.66 - .47 98.4 – 7.8 7.3 – 1.5 .4 - .36 .7 - .61 6.3 - .5 .6 - .45 7.22 – 3.65 1.36 - .45 2.9 - .1 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .39 - .2 3 9 2 0 1 9 .6 - .563 .9 - .12 4.36 -1.9 .3 - .296 .7 - .336 4.3 - .36 4.3 - .8 83.3 – 2.4 .6 - .25 .9 - .10 80.3 - .4 5.3 - .6 9.36 – 5.3 4.97 – 3.87 6.4 - .5 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve .71 - .300 7 1 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 .4 - .38 6.4 – 4.33 6.78 – 1.8 .9 - .82 .4 - .364 4.6 - .39 .9 - .1 1 - .2 .32 - .03 .33 - .2 78.8 – 1.5 6.3 – 1.99 1.34 - .9 7.8 - .33 81.3 – 1.8 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 6.3 - .9 6 3 9 5 4 .7 - .12 5.4 - .99 5.69 - .64 .1 - .009 .4 - .001 5.6 - .47 72.0 - .9 33.1 – 9 2.66 – 1 8.89 - .6 5.3 – 2.9 5 - .33 8.89 – 2 6.28 – 1.1 7 - .1 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10 How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Add zeroes for a place holder. Solve 87.2 - .3 8 7 2 3 8 6 9 .01 - .003 .1 - .03 .39 - .2 .1 - .099 .2 - .199 8.9 - .38 8.5 - .7 1.1 - .9 .8 - .45 .4 - .33 2.2 - .1 .37 - .2 8 - .01 4 - .03 3 - .7 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Test How to Subtract Decimals 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 3.44 – 3.2 .43 - .355 5.32 - .53 3.09 - .9 .53 - .004 93 - .5 5 - .35 3.09 - .5 3.53 – 2.5 5.33 - .7 1 - .06 .6 - .26 6 - .4 43.6 – 4.7 7 – 6.6 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #1 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #2 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 1 4 1 Add zeroes for a place holder. 3 0 Solve 1.41 - .3 4.5 - .45 .93 - .35 1 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 8 2 Add zeroes for a place holder. 3 0 Solve 1 .82 - .3 5 2 2.31 - .2 3.29 - .92 2.9 - .91 1.5 - .2 .7 - .45 .75 - .4 5 - .99 .17 - .1 2.47 - .02 .87 - .32 _ .87 - .05 .99 - .95 1.5 - .11 2.1 - .02 2.8 - .95 3.7 - .35 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #3 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #4 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 2 0 1 Add zeroes for a place holder. 1 0 Solve 2.01 - .1 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 2 0 0 Add zeroes for a place holder. 0 1 Solve 2 - .01 9 1 1 9 9 1.23 - .9 .92 - .3 5.25 - .6 .99 - .5 2.3 - .01 3.03 - .56 2.9 - .3 9.3 - .22 4.3 - .8 4.9 - .08 4.3 - .3 4.03 - .43 .5 - .41 .92 - .7 .9 - .57 5.3 - .03 6.63 - .5 4.72 - .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #5 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #6 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Add zeroes for a place holder. 9 0 0 Bring down the decimal into the answer. 8 0 1 Solve 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 1 7 8 0 Add zeroes for a place holder. 2 0 Solve 17.8 - .2 .9 - .801 0 9 9 23.4 – 4.2 4.4 - .23 3.438 - .6 9.3 - .8 3.2 - .92 234.3 - .9 5.3 - .4 93.01 - .4 .109 - .02 3.2 - .8 4.2 - .02 .99 .- .2 9.5 - .54 .4 - .02 4.9 - .22 100.1 - .2 .3 - .003 3.4 – .9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. 1 7 6 0 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #7 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #8 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Add zeroes for a place holder. 1 9 0 0 Bring down the decimal into the answer. 1 0 1 Solve 1.9 - .101 1 8 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. 1 8 3 Add zeroes for a place holder. 0 4 Solve 1.83- .04 9 9 1 7 9 3.66 – .25 5.66 - .43 2.447 - .111 5.32 - .223 9.1 - .2 1.1 - .9 6.44 – 4.3 65.43 – 2.45 .565 - .54 322.5 -32 8 - .99 1.555. - .6 .402 - .001 .67 - .2 86.4 – 3.2 655.6 – 2.4 .86 - .4 10.4 – 4. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #9 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #10 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Add zeroes for a place holder. Remember to Bring down the decimal into the answer. line up place Solve 1. 2. 3. 4. value! Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 2.6 – 1.26 .987 - .324 5.3 - .111 .7 - .326 6.3 - .42 8 – 2.4 9.34 – 1.22 3.21 – 1.52 1.234 - .4 4.7 – 3.2 9.52 – 4.45 1.234. - .34 .5 - .250 .363 - .056 2.3 – 2.01 62.4 – 3.4 8.111 -.211 2.34 - .42 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #11 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #12 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Add zeroes for a place holder. Remember to Bring down the decimal into the answer. line up place Solve 1. 2. 3. 4. value! Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 44.6 – 4.76 .434 - .09 .832 - .3 .439 - .23 1.999 -.888 3.2 - .9 4.3 -2.92 12.09 – 4.4 3.220 - .338 9.9 – 8.3 43.45 – 2.3 5.335 .- .337 2.34 - .455 .892 - .8 .43 - .39 53.4 – 53.3 5.209 - .309 90.9 – 9.2 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #13 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #14 How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Add zeroes for a place holder. Remember to Bring down the decimal into the answer. line up place Solve 1. 2. 3. 4. value! Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! 4.9 - .96 .209 - .042 .434 - .27 2.449 - .898 9.1 - .872 9.2 – 3.9 4.39 - 2.32 54.02 -2.3 .099 - .023 1.3 - .4 86.4 – 4.6 .56 - ..004 .094 - .05 .345 - .21 .49 – 3 7.5 – 4.5 .430 - .09 .09 - .88 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Name: Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Assessment 42.6 – 1.53 .53 - .2 3.90 - .4 .33 - .3 432.3 – 321 4.3 - .32 86.8 – 4.55 54.55 – 5.77 3.09 – 3.009 5.09 – 2.4 4.55 – 4 4.77 - .555 34.6 – 43.4 45.87 – 6.54 3.6 - .66 .685 - .44 .532 -.4 2.46 - .32 Score _______ out of 18 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Name: Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Score _______ out of 18 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Subtracting Decimals for Smarties How to Subtract Decimals How to Subtract Decimals Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve 1. 2. 3. 4. value! ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. 2. 3. 4. Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value. Bring down the decimal into the answer. Remember to Add zeroes for a place holder. line up place Solve value! Hands On Great Activity to Reinforce Decimal Concepts Real World Math Application ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Distances from the Sun to the Planets The distance of the planets from the sun is a difficult concept to visualize. To get a quick understanding on how large our solar system is, imagine flying in a plane to the sun. It would take over 15 years to reach the sun flying nonstop! Below is a chart that shows the distance of the planets from the sun in kilometers. Planet Distance from the Sun Mercury 57,910,006 Km Venus 108,199,995 Km Earth 149,599,951 Km Mars 227,939,920 Km Jupiter 778,330,257 Km Saturn 1,429,400,028 Km Uranus 2,870,989,228 Km Neptune 4,504,299,579 Km Pluto (dwarf planet) 590,000,000,000 Km Your Job: We are going to scale down our solar system to centimeters so we can visualize the distance of the planets from each other and the sun. . To do this, divide the distance in Km from the chart above by 10,000,000. If you know how to divided by the powers of 10 you don’t need a calculator. It is just as simple as moving a decimal to the left. Round it to the nearest tenth. Planet Mercury Distance from the Sun 5.8 cm Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto (dwarf planet) ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Distances from the Sun to the Planets Check your math before you move on to the next step. Planet Distance from the Sun Mercury 5.7 cm Venus 10.8 cm Earth 15.0 cm Mars 22.8 cm Jupiter 77.8 cm Saturn 142.9 cm Uranus 287.1 cm Neptune 450.4 cm Pluto (dwarf planet) 590 cm Once you have our solar system scaled down to centimeters, you need to transfer those measurements to the roll of paper. Step 1: Paste the sun on the left side of the paper. Use yellow construction paper to create the sun. Step 2: Using a meter stick, measure the distances of the planets from the sun in centimeters and place a mark on the paper. For example, you will measure 5.7 cm from the sun and place a mark for Mercury. When you are confident that your measurement is correct, paste the cut-out of Mercury on the paper. Step 3: After your first planet is measured and pasted, move on to the rest of the planets. Measure twice, paste once! *If you don’t have a roll of paper, just tape black construction paper together or you can just simply complete the project on a hallway wall.* ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Cut out the sun using yellow construction paper Materials Needed: • Roll of black paper or construction paper taped together. Or you can “go green” and just use a hallway wall. • Glue or paste • Scissors • Calculator if needed • White chalk for the asteroid belt ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Carefully cut out the planets. Don’t lose Pluto! Use yellow construction paper to create the sun. Make it huge! Saturn Jupiter ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Uranus Neptune Mercury Venus Earth Mars Pluto ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 When you are all finished, use white chalk to create the asteroid belt. How Much Would You Weigh on other Planets and our Moon? Gravity is the force that pulls us towards the center of the Earth. Our gravitational pull is determined by the mass of our earth. The greater the mass, the stronger the gravitational pull. If you were able to travel to other planets in our solar system, your weight would change because each planet has a different gravitational pull. Use the chart to figure out how much you would weigh on the following objects in space. The chart below represents how much 1 pound on Earth would be on other planets and the moon in our solar system. Mercury Venus Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune .38 .91 .17 .37 2.36 1.6 .89 1.1 lbs. lbs. 10.2 lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs. Pretend that you weigh 60 pounds here on earth. In order to find out how much 60 pounds would be on other planets you need to multiply 60 by the number in the boxes below the planets (chart above). Write your answers in the boxes above. Your answer is how much 60lbs (on Earth) would be on that planet/moon. **For example: If you weigh 60lbs. here on earth, you would weigh 10.2 lbs. on the moon. 60 x .17 = 10.2 lbs.** Complete the rest of the chart above. How much would you weigh on Jupiter? Take your weight and multiply by 2.36. How much would you weigh on the Sun? Take your weight and multiply by 27.1. How much would you weigh on Pluto? Take your weight and multiply by .06. I would weight ________ lbs. on Jupiter. I would weight ________ lbs. on the Sun. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 I would weight ________ lbs. on Pluto. ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .5 2 .2 .1 0 4 5 x .1 5 x .01 5 x .001 .5 x .01 .5 x .1 4 x .1 4 x .01 4 x .001 .4 x .01 .4 x .1 9 x .1 9 x .01 9 x .001 .9 x .01 .9 x .1 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 5 .2 .2 1 .0 4 10 x .1 100 x .1 10 x .01 .2 x .2 .6 x 5 4 x .3 6 x .4 .9 x .8 .7 x .2 .01 x 5 .6 x .6 .8 x .02 .7 x .03 .3 x .9 .12 x 2 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 5 2 .2 1 0 .4 .22 x 2 .15 x .3 .4 x .06 .44 x .2 .8 x 5 50 x .3 40 x .3 .70 x .2 .6 x .30 30 x .6 70 x .2 7.1 x .3 6.5 x 2 65 x .2 45 x .2 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .2 5 .3 .0 7 5 .100 x 2 .1 x .50 .54 x 2 2 x 6.2 7.5 x .3 8.6 x .2 7.3 x .5 20 x .5 .20 x .5 7.9 x 3 79 x .3 85 x .01 .88 x .2 .6 x 66 90 x .5 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .6 2 2 1 .2 4 .02 x .6 85 x .5 .55 x .2 64 x .5 75 x .8 89 x .8 99 x .9 .99 x .9 89 x .4 5.2 x .6 .65 x .8 86 x .5 .61 x .9 8.8 x 6 .344 x 2 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 1 2 .3 3 .6 .64 x .9 9.4 x .9 7.3 x 5 .99 x .7 5.6 x 9 9 x .84 9.8 x .7 6.3 x 7 7.9 x .9 .45 x .9 1.55 x .4 1.66 x .2 1.89 x .3 19.2 x .3 17.3 x .2 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .3 5 .5 .1 7 5 .002 x 2.2 .001 x .50 .05 x .005 .003 x .3 .51 x .50 200 x .22 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .5 4 .6 .3 2 4 .654 x .02 .546 x .30 5.64 x 12 7.12 x .03 8.41 x .05 .005 x .02 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .0 4 7 .2 8 .002 x 2.2 .001 x .50 .05 x .005 .003 x .3 .51 x .50 200 x .22 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10 How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .0 8 .9 .0 7 2 8.12 x .02 .005 x .5 7.33 x .33 65.5 x .02 .009 x .05 95.5 x .03 Name: Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Assessment Directions: Solve the following problems. Write neatly and show all work. .005 x .5 200 x .50 Answer 45.2 x .2 Answer .03 x .03 Answer .08 x 80 Answer .49 x 20 Answer ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 .002 x 30 Answer .009 x 20 Answer Answer Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #1 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #2 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .5 2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .2 numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form .1 0 4 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 5 .2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .2 numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 1 .0 4 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .1 x 1 .01 x .1 .01 x .01 .001 x .1 .01 x 2 .001 x .2 10 x .1 100 x .1 1,000 x .1 .1 x .2 .3 x .01 .01 x .03 10 x .01 100 x .01 1,000 x .01 3 x .001 .001 x 2 .005 x .01 10 x 1.1 10 x .01 1 00 x 1.1 .005 x .2 .001 x .06 1 00 x 1.1 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #3 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #4 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 5 2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .2 numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form 1 0 .4 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 1 .2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .3 numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form .3 6 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .8 x .01 .08 x .01 .001 x 9 .7 x .07 .002 x 5 .8 x .8 .02 x .3 .06 x .5 .07 x .7 .6 x .6 .4 x .4 .5 x .5 .05 x .8 2 x .009 2 x .004 .8 x .9 .4 x .6 2 x .2 100 x 1.1 5 x .6 8 x .9 .9 x .5 2 x .06 .10 x .10 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #5 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #6 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .2 numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form .4 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .1 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form .3 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .05 x 5 .2 x 200 .6 x 600 300 x .5 400 x .5 600 x .5 800 x .8 700 x .5 200 x .2 700 x .02 600 x .02 300 x .03 .50 x .3 .8 x 100 8 x .002 .003 x 100 .80 x .80 .40 x 50 .4 x .03 7 x .06 .03 x .7 .100 x 5 .9 x 1,000 1,000 x .5 2 3 6 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #7 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #8 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 7 0 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .4 numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form 2 8 .0 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .1 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form .0 3 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 2 .3 6 800 x .3 900 x .3 700 x .3 8,000 x .2 7,000 x .2 6,000 x .2 600 x .3 500 x .3 400 x .03 5,000 x .02 4,000 x .02 3,000 x .02 300 x .03 200 x .03 100 x .03 2,000 x .02 1,000 x .02 8,000 x .02 400 x .3 400 x .003 500 x .003 9,000 x .02 9,000 x .002 5,000 x .001 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #9 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #10 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 7 .2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .3 numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 2 .1 6 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .5 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form .1 6 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product .22 x .5 .61 x .3 .55 x .2 .202 x 2 200 x .3 .500 x .5 .65 x .4 74 x .7 45 x.2 .605 x .3 80.1 x 2 60.5 x .2 4.2 x .5 .61 x 2 .91 x .5 84.2 x .1 74.1 x 2 987 x .3 8.8 x .2 7.5 x .5 .65 x 4 .451 x 2 703 x .5 6.45 x 2 5 .3 5 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #11 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #12 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .2 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form .6 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 1 3 3 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers .1 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 3 Factors are in Decimal Form .0 5 3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 56 x .21 .65 x 3.1 4.2 x 4.2 5.6 x .65 4.3 X .41 .12 X 21 .50 x 5.1 6.1 x 3.1 .33 x .20 75 X .65 .48 X 2.5 6.5 X 8.1 .84 x .25 .45 x 3.2 87 x .51 4.1 X 7.8 .36 X 31 30 X .35 9.5 x 3.3 4.5 x 8.5 4.2 x .21 4.6 X 8.3 9.1 X .36 8.5 X .64 9 .3 7 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #13 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #14 How to Multiply Decimals How to Multiply Decimals ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers 4 are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of .1 numbers in decimal form. 2 Factors are in Decimal Form 6 .1 2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product 1 5 5 1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals. 2. Multiply the two numbers like usual. 9 3. Look at the factors. How many numbers are in decimal form? 4. The product will have the same amount of numbers in decimal form. 1 Factor is in Decimal Form 4 5 1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product 3.12 X .20 .326 X 5.5 6.15 X .22 .111 x 25 74.1 x 4.2 8.45 x .31 84.5 X .61 98.2 X .23 45.6 X .36 7.56 x 2.1 .214 x 6.2 7.64 x .71 .212 X 2.2 6.54 X .91 45.3 X 3.3 .555 x 2.2 .456 x 62 45.6 x .98 5.56 X 2.2 4.67 X .16 7.11 X .39 .569 x 31 75.2 x .36 45.6 x .32 .1 5 .5 Name: Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. .001 x 5 400 x .2 .3 x .3 5 .05 .005 .0005 800 80 8 08 90 9 .9 .09 Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. Circle the product with the correct decimal placement. .2 x .2 6.5 x .02 .001 x .01 .4 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Assessment .04 .004 4 .13 1.3 .013 13 .001 .1 .0001 2.5 x .3 5.2 x .2 .2 x .02 85.2 x 3 .33 x .3 .45 x 2 .00001 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #1 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* x 5 x 3 4 0 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 8 3 x 5 1 3 x 4 5 6 2 6 7 3 2 8 1 0 x 5 2 2 9 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #2 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* x 6 x 8 4 6 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 3 9 x 4 7 7 x 2 9 4 6 2 7 6 2 7 3 8 x 3 6 6 6 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #3 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* x 5 x 4 9 5 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 6 7 x 1 1 9 x 2 9 4 8 8 1 8 4 1 1 8 x 2 4 8 2 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #4 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* x 7 x 2 3 8 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 6 9 x 8 2 8 x 4 4 4 3 2 1 2 2 5 6 8 x 5 1 9 4 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #5 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* x 10 x 1 1 0 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 20 15 x 1 5 0 x 2 2 0 8 9 7 9 2 8 0 4 x 0 0 8 6 Dividing Decimals for Smarties #6 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* 76.4 divided by 4 x x 68.4 divided by 6 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 x .545 divided by 5 4.34 divided by 7 x 88.8 divided by 6 x .445 divided by 5 x Dividing Decimals for Smarties #7 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* 12.4 divided by 4 x x .198 divided by 6 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 x .145 divided by 5 .785 divided by 5 x 23.8 divided by 2 x .008 divided by 4 x Dividing Decimals for Smarties #8 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* .130 divided by 5 x x .220 divided by 20 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 x 2.34 divided by 2 .552 divided by 4 x .282 divided by 6 x 99.4 divided by 2 x Dividing Decimals for Smarties #9 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* .805 divided by 5 x x 9.09 divided by 9 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 x .048 divided by 8 1.28 divided by 8 x 8.67divided by 3 x .436 divided by 2 x Dividing Decimals for Smarties #10 How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient. B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend. Think multiplication! C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract. E. Bring down the next number in the divisor. * Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.* .306 divided by 3 x x .049 divided by 7 ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 x .982 divided by 2 .335 divided by 5 x 34.2 divided by 6 x .876 divided by 4 x Dividing Decimals for Smarties Assessment .093 divided by 3 x x 7.49 divided by 7 x ©Eric’s Elementary Resource Store 2015 5.46 divided by 3 Label the boxes using the words below and solve. (dividend, quotient, divisor) 57.4 divided by 7 x .115 divided by 5 x 3.21 divided by 3 x (Write the answer)