VIDEO 3 OF 3 - This video addresses NC standard 5.NF.1. It explains how to connect the use of models for addition/subtraction of fractions to the standard algorithm for adding/subtracting fractions.
VIDEO 2 OF 3 - This video addresses NC standard 5.NF.1. It explains strategies for making estimates when adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. Strategies for making estimates before and after problems solving are provided.
VIDEO 1 OF 3 - This video addresses NC standard 5.NF.1. It explains WHY we create equivalent fractions when adding unlike denominators, and HOW to create equivalent fractions when adding unlike denominators.
This brief video shows students how to enter a fraction into the TI-15 calculator and to add fractions. Students should access to a TI-15 calculator while viewing, This video may be embedded within Google Classroom.
This resources is from Tools4NCTeachers.Conceptual subitizing is recognizing smaller groups and adding them together, such as two dots plus two dots equals four dots. This set of dot cards helps students develop their ability to conceptually subitize. Use these with your daily math warm-ups or with any lesson focused around subitizing.
This CFA provides examples of items that could be used to assess students in Grade 3 Cluster 5. This can be given at once, but we recommend using the individual items or pairs of items as exit tickets and shorter assessments. This is remixable if you maintain the rigor of the items.
This provides content to teachers to help them better understand their geometry content in Grade 3 Cluster 5. This is remixable if you include additional resources to support meeting the range of all learners.
This resource provides examples of assessment items for Grade 4 Cluster 5. We recommend that you do not give the assessment at one time, but instead use the items as exit tickets or tasks during the cluster. This is remixable if you maintain the rigor of the items.
This resource provides examples of quick write prompts for Grade 4 Cluster 5. There are two formats available in this resource:
* This first is a Word Document that can be printed and distributed to students, read aloud, or presented on a Smart Board.
* The second is a Google Slide Deck that can be presented to students, uploaded to Google Classroom, or shared through other platforms.
These quick writes can be used whole group, small group, or as an individual assessment. The teacher may choose to model and practice a few questions as a whole group if students are new to the idea of Quick Writes before having them complete some on their own. These can be used to review concepts and/or as an exit ticket to assess the student's understanding of the standard.