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    Students in fifth grade participate in a variety of classroom experiences to expand their love of learning and develop their academic, social and physical skills. The following descriptions present a brief overview of the comprehensive program. 


    ​The language arts program in the fifth grade is designed to teach students the content of language and literature and extend and refine their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Students refine the use of these skills to learn content in other disciplines such as science, social studies, mathematics, and the arts. Students in the fifth grade read a wide range of texts for a variety of purposes using Treasures, novels, National Geographic, and Time for Kids. They explore the genres of realistic and historical fiction, poetry, fables, drama, biography, folklore, mystery, and fantasy. Students in fifth grade learn to write more effectively and understand what they read at increasingly difficult levels. Students practice their reading skills through the use of the published reading series as well as through novels, magazines, newspapers, and textbooks in all content areas. 


    Theme 1: Communication ​
    • Understanding Volume 
    • Developing Multiplication and Division Strategies 
    • Using Equivalence to Add and Subtract Fractions 
    • Expanding Understanding of Place Value to Decimals 
    Theme 2: Collaboration 
    • Expanding Understanding of Place Value to Decimals
    • Understanding the Concept of Multiplying Fractions by Fractions
    • Comparing and Round Decimals
    • Interpreting Multiplying Fractions as Scaling 
    • Developing the Concept of Dividing Unit Fractions
    ​Theme 3: Critical Thinking 
    • Solving Problems Involving Volume 
    • Performing Operations with Decimals 
    • Classifying Two-dimensional Geometry Figures 
    • Solving Problems with Fractional Quantities 
    Theme 4: Creativity 
    • Solving Problems with Fractional Quantities 
    • Representing Algebraic Thinking 
    • Exploring the Coordinate Plane 
    • Finalizing Multiplication and Division with Whole Numbers 


    Unit 1: 
    • Analyze the chronology and the significance of key historical events leading to early settlements in Colonial America
    • Analyze the growth and development of colonial America
    • Analyze the historic events, documents, and practices that are the foundations of our political systems.
    • Examine the similarities and differences of regions in Colonial America
    Unit 2: 
    • Analyze the causes of the American Revolution
    • Analyze the historic events, documents, and practices that are the foundations of our political systems
    Unit 3: 
    • Understand the factors affecting the course of the war and contributing to the American victory
    • Analyze the effects of the American Revolution
    Unit 4: 
    • Analyze the factors that affected relationships in the colonial period
    • Analyze the historic events, documents, and practices that are the foundations of our political systems
    • Examine the early foundations, functions, and purposes of government
    • Analyze how individuals’ roles and perspectives shape the American political system
    • Describe individual rights and responsibilities in the United States


    Theme 1: Communication 
    • Communicate and practice safety in the science lab
    • Identify materials based on their properties
    • Learn to describe matter that we cannot see with the naked eye
    • Define physical and chemical changes
    Theme 2: Collaboration 
    • Investigate stars in the night sky 
    • Recognize where is Earth's water
    • Understand how systems interact on Earth
    ​​Theme 3: Critical Thinking 
    • ​Investigating how plants grow
    • Identifying energy flow through ecosystems
    • Recognize types of foodwebs
    Theme 4: Creativity 
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