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 The Pearson Math Makes Sense Supplements Page - Grade 5
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Unit 1: Number Patterns Unit 2: Whole Numbers
Unit 3: Geometry Unit 4: Decimals
Unit 5: Data Management Unit 6: Measurement
Unit 7: Transformational Geometry Unit 8: Fractions and Decimals
Unit 9: Length, Perimeter, and Area Unit 10: Patterns in Number and Geometry
Unit 11: Probability  

Unit 1: Number Patterns

Number Patterns, pages 6-21

Interactive Hundred Square (make a 100 square, then identify patterns made by multiples of various numbers)

Number Cracker (identify the missing number in the series; involves some negative numbers)

Patterns (identified as "7th grade"; enrichment-level for grade 5)

Sequences (work out the next two terms, plus other terms, then figure out the rule for the sequence)

Unit 2: Whole Numbers
Representing, Comparing and Ordering Numbers, pp 28-30

Base 10 Blocks - number representation patterns with virtual base 10 blocks

One False Move (click on a random set of numbers in order: 2 levels of play and 3 levels of difficulty; note: harder levels involve decimal numbers)

Adding 3- and 4-digit numbers and using 3 addends, pp 34-40

Base 10 Blocks - addition patterns with virtual base 10 blocks

Tic Tac Toe Squares (choose the "Hard" level for mainly 3-digit addends; "Super Brain" for mostly 4-digit addends)

Subtracting with 4-digit numbers, pp 44-46 Base 10 Blocks - subtraction patterns with virtual base 10 blocks
Multiplication and Division Facts to 144, pp 47-49

Multiplication Tables (using 1 through 12; matching or concentration games, or flash cards)

Multiplication Facts Review (using 1 through 10; matching or concentration games, or flash cards)

Multiplication Practice - for all combinations from 0*0 to 12*12

Multiplying with Multiples of Ten, pp 52-54

Multiplication by tens - an on-line tutorial with practice

Multiplying hundreds - an on-line tutorial with practice

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Unit 3: Geometry
Naming and Sorting Polygons, pp 80-83, 90-93

Geometry Terminology - a "concentration"-style matching game

Investigating the Properties of Quadrilaterals - The two activities are designed to be used one after the other, and to introduce students to Geometer's Sketchpad. Both are .gsp files that should be saved before using.

Polygons Sort - A tutorial designed to have students learn the properties of common polygons.

Triangle Town - A tutorial about the types of triangles, including some problem-solving activities that apply knowledge about triangle properties.

Measuring and Constructing Angles, pp 84-87

Angle Estimator  (Decide which angle is the same as the one drawn by the computer.)

Banana Hunt - Drag the monkey to hunt for bananas by estimating angle sizes - the closer your estimate, the more bananas the monkey gets.

Constructing Triangles, pp 94-97 Constructing an Equilateral Triangle - an activity using "Geometer's Sketchpad"
Making Nets, pp 98-101

Paper Models of Polyhedra - more than eighty paper models available for free - select and download individual polyhedra.

The Platonic Solids (view virtual solids and manipulate them; including viewing as nets)

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Unit 4: Decimals
Tenths and Hundredths, pp 114-117

Base 10 Blocks - explore multiplication and division patterns with virtual base 10 blocks

Equivalent Decimals; Comparing & Ordering Decimals, pp 118-123 Base 10 Blocks - decimal number representation patterns with virtual base 10 blocks
Unit 5: Data Management
Reading Graphs, pp 156-159

Drawing and Interpreting Graphs - a nine-page tutorial for teachers and advanced students

Interpreting Graphs - a pdf file from Oxford Press; a vocabulary-building exercise (teacher reference)

Creating Spreadsheets, pp 163-165

Creating Spreadsheets - Alternate Activity to the text activity, using Quattro Pro instead of Appleworks

Drawing Bar Graphs, pp 166-168

Bar Grapher - This tool allows students to create a customized bar graph as well as display pre-set bar graphs.

Create a Graph Classic - use this on-line graph maker to produce a graph in a couple of minute; the resulting graph can be saved as an image to be put into a document or other project

Drawing Circle and Bar Graphs, pp 169-171 Creating Circle (Pie) and Bar Graphs - Alternate Activity to the text activity, using Quattro Pro instead of Appleworks
Drawing Line Graphs, pp 176-177 Creating Line Graphs - Alternate Activity to the text activity, using Quattro Pro instead of Appleworks
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Unit 6: Measurement
Measuring Time, pp 194-196

How Many Times? - A problem based on digital clock displays

Take the Right Angle - How many times in twelve hours do the hands of a clock form a right angle?Use this interactive site to find out.

Tools for Teaching and Learning About Time - use the real time in this website to compare analog and digital clock times (teacher resource)

Making Change, pp 205-207 Change Maker - Figure out how many of each bill or coin that you expect to get back when you pay for something.
Volume, pp 210-212 Cubes - The volume of a box can be determined by using this applet to manipulate and enumerate unit cubes, rows of unit cubes, or layers of unit cubes.
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Unit 7: Transformational Geometry
Transformations, pp231-234

Exploring Rotations - Activity from the GSP manual, "Geometry Activities for Middle School" - an excellent introduction to transformations.

Exploring Translations - Activity from the GSP manual, "Geometry Activities for Middle School" - an excellent introduction to transformations.

Mirrors and Reflections - Activity from the GSP manual, "Geometry Activities for Middle School" - an excellent introduction to transformations.

Practising Tessellations - a gsp file with built-in directions to learn the steps of creating tessellations with GSP

Rotated Tessellations - Directions to turn an equilateral triangle into a really cool hexagonal design using rotations.

Virtual Manipulatives - explore tessellations, rotations, reflections, and translations - scroll down to the bottom of the page when it opens

What are Tessellations? - a well-illustrated tutorial about regular and semi-regular tessellations, in plain language

What is a tiling? Clear explanation with illustrated examples of various kinds of tilings.

What is a tessellation? Lengthy definition with examples; also, how tessellations are named (or numbered).

Using a Computer to Explore Congruent Figures, pp 238-240

Congruence Quest - Alternate activity to the text activity, using Geometer's Sketchpad instead of Appleworks

Line Symmetry, pp 241-243 Mirror Tool - This Java applet helps students investigate symmetry. Mirrors can be used to create reflection symmetry.
Exploring Tiling, pp 247-249

Floor Tiles - modify a quadrilateral to see if it tiles

Tessellate! - - modify various plane shapes to see if they will tile

What is a tiling? - Clear explanation with illustrated examples of various kinds of tilings.

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Unit 8: Fractions and Decimals
Whole Chapter

Equivalent Fractions - This tool allows students to create equivalent fractions by dividing and shading squares or circles. The fractions are simultaneously displayed on a number line so students can see the relationship between the fractions.

Flowering Fractions - make a whole given fractional flowers

Fraction Bars - Explore equivalent fractions, ordering fractions, adding fractions, and more

Fraction Tutorials - seventeen (17) tutorials on all kinds of fraction topics

Pattern Blocks - explore fractions using virtual pattern blocks

Shade In - Learn about fractions of a whole, and equivalent fractions, by shading in the diagram and checking your work on line.

Unit 9: Length, Perimeter, and Area
Relating Units of Measure, pp 311-313

Decide the Distance - read a ruler in mm or cm

What's My Length - use a 15 cm ruler to do various things

Measuring and Calculating Perimeter & Circumference, pp 316-330

Area Explorer - Java applet designed to explore area and perimeter (focusing on area) using a grid

Perimeter Explorer - Java applet designed to explore perimeter using a grid

Shape Explorer - Java applet designed to explore both perimeter and area using a grid

Unit 10: Patterns in Number and Geometry
Whole Chapter

Attribute Train - identify the pattern, then fill in the rest of the train

Creating Tiling Patterns on a Computer - Alternate activity to the text activity, using Geometer's Sketchpad instead of Appleworks

Floor Tiles - modify a quadrilateral to see if it tiles

Pattern Blocks - explore polygons using virtual pattern blocks

Tessellate! - modify various plane shapes to see if they will tile

Tiling with Fireworks MX - Alternate activity to the text activity, using a high-end graphics program instead of Appleworks

What is a tiling? Clear explanation with illustrated examples of various kinds of tilings.

Unit 11:Probability
Whole Chapter

Adjustable Spinners - This tool allows students to create their own spinners and examine the outcomes given a specified number of spins.

Coin Toss - Explore probability concepts by simulating repeated coin tosses

Racing Game - One Die - Work in pairs to experiment with the applet's parameters to "see" the effects of each variable on race results.

Racing Game - Two Dice - Similar to the "one die" race; fairly complex

Spinner - A java applet with a spinner shose sector sizes and colors can be adjusted.

Stick or Switch Investigate probabilities of sticking with a decision, or switching.

Understanding Experimental Probability - Experiment with experimental probability using a fixed size section spinner, a variable section spinner, 2 regular 6-sided number cubes or design your own number cubes.

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