**Resources**

**5th Grade**

**5.OA.A (1-2) – Write and interpret numerical expressions. **

Watch Out for Parentheses (Illustrative Mathematics)

Bowling for Numbers (Illustrative Mathematics)

Using Operations and Parentheses (Illustrative Mathematics)

Words to Expressions (Illustrative Mathematics)

Video Game Scores (Illustrative Mathematics)

Comparing Products (Illustrative Mathematics)

Seeing Is Believing (Illustrative Mathematics)

Beads Under The Clouds (Teresa Emmert)

**5.OA.B (3) – Analyze patterns and relationships. **

Picturing Factors in Different Orders (Illustrative Mathematics)

**5. NBT.A (1-4)- Understand the place value system. **

How Do You Write A Check? (Robert Kaplinsky)

**5.NBT.B (5-7) – ****Perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers and with decimals to hundredths. **

Prison Escape (Robert Kaplinsky)

Getting the Point With Blocks (NCTM)

Is it Cheaper to Pay Monthly or Annually (Robert Kaplinsky)

Hanging By a Hair (Graham Fletcher)

**5.NF.A (1-2) – ****Use equivalent fractions as a strategy to add and subtract fractions.**

Peaches Today, Peaches Tomorrow (NRICH)

**5.NF.B (3-7) – Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to multiply and divide fractions.**

Eggsactly – Dozen and a Half (NCTM)

Fractions With Pattern Blocks (NCTM)

Paper Cuts (101qs – Andrew Stadel)

How Tall is Mini-Me? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Where Are The Cookies? (Teresa Emmert)

How Much Dew? (Graham Fletcher)

**5.MD.A (1) – ****Convert like measurement units within a given measurement system.**

Minutes And Days (Illustrative Mathematics)

How Fast Can You Throw a Baseball? (Robert Kaplinsky)

What’s a Typhoon? (Yummy Math)

How Big are Sunspots? (Robert Kaplinsky)

**5.MD.B (2) – ****Represent and interpret data. **

**5.MD. C (3-5) – Geometric measurement: understand concepts of volume and relate volume to multiplication and to addition.**

Multiplying Numbers in Any Order (Illustrative Mathematics)

How Big of a Problem are Cigarette Butts? (Robert Kaplinsky)

How Big is the 2010 Guatemalan Sinkhole? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Box of Clay (Illustrative Mathematics)

Cari’s Aquarium (Illustrative Mathematics)

How Much Money is That? (Robert Kaplinsky)

The Fish Tank (Graham Fletcher)

**5.G.A (1-2) – ****Graph points on the coordinate plane to solve real-world and mathematical problems. **

Battleship (Illustrative Mathematics)

Every Beat of Your Heart (NCTM)

**5.G.B (3-4) – ****Classify two-dimensional figures into categories based on their properties. **

What Does It Take to Construct a Triangle? (NCTM)

Rectangles and Parallelogram (NCTM)

Getting to Know the Shapes (NCTM)

** Extras**

State Population Projections (NCTM)

National Population Projection (NCTM)

**6th Grade**

**6.RP.A (1-3) – Understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems**

Do Hybrid Cars Pay for Themselves? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Which Carrots Should You Buy? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Which Ticket is the Best Deal? (Robert Kaplinsky)

How Much Does the Aluminum Foil Prank Cost? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Do Car Companies Give Some Countries Better Warranties? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Can You Earn $10/Hour Selling Lemonade? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Which Peanuts are the Best Deal? (Robert Kaplinsky)

The Pluto Files (Emergent Math)

Sharing Costs: Traveling to School (MARS)

Nana’s Chocolate Milk (Dan Meyer)

Nana’s Paint Mix-Up (Dan Meyer)

**6.NS.A (1) – Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions**

The Kool-Aid Kid (Graham Fletcher)

Unit Conversions (Firefighter Math)

**6.NS.B (2-4) – Compute fluently with multi-digit numbers and find common factors and multiples **

Smallest & Largest (Fawn Nguyen)

New-Tritional Info (Mathalicious)

Year of the Horse (Yummy Math)

Factor Dominoes (Malke Rosenfeld)

**6.NS.C (5-7) – Apply and extend previous understandings of numbers to the system of rational numbers**

What Rides Can You Go On? (Robert Kaplinsky)

**6.EE.A (1-4) – Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions**

Watch Out for Parentheses (Illustrative Mathematics)

Rectangle Perimeter (Illustrative Mathematics)

Log Ride (Illustrative Mathematics)

**6.EE.B (5-8) – Reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities**

Pennies to Heaven (Illustrative Mathematics)

Firefighter Allocation (Illustrative Mathematics)

Morning Walk (Illustrative Mathematics)

Fishing Adventures (Illustrative Mathematics)

Life Sized Human Graphing (I Speak Math)

**6.EE.C (9) – Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables **

Chocolate Bar Sales (Illustrative Mathematics)

**6.G.A (1-4) – Solve real-world mathematical problems involving area, surface area, and volume**

How Much Does the Paint on a Spaceship Weigh? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Computing Volume Progression 1 (Illustrative Mathematics)

Computing Volume Progression 2 (Illustrative Mathematics)

Computing Volume Progression 3 (Illustrative Mathematics)

Computing Volume Progression 4 (Illustrative Mathematics)

Hierarchy of Hexagons (Chris Danielson)

Burn Area & Perimeter (Firefighter Math)

Banana Bread (Illustrative Mathematics)

Designing: Candy Cartons (MARS)

How Much Money is THAT? (Robert Kaplinsky)

Square Tile Pyramid – 3 Act (Me)

6.SP.A (1-3) – Develop understanding of statistical variability

Buttons: Statistical Questions (Illustrative Mathematics)

Mean, Median, Mode, Range (MARS)

Puppy Weights (Illustrative Mathematics)

Candy Bars (Illustrative Mathematics)

**6.SP.B (4-5) – Summarize and describe distributions**

Electoral College (Illustrative Mathematics)

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