Fifth Grade Resources
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This post breaks down how I teach math in 5th grade and how my weekly instruction is structured, including the math resources needed.
Sarah Hinson saved to Teaching Math
Are you a new fifth grade teacher? Congratulations! I've put together a list of my favorite resources for fifth grade.
Jayden Norwood-Rowland saved to Elementary 💡✨
The start of a new school year is always such a great feeling. You and your students get a fresh start. You can try new things. You can toss things that haven’t worked for you. In today’s post, I’m sharing a few things that I think every fifth-grade teacher NEEDS to have in place before […]
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Liz A saved to Education/Science
Visualizing the text is such an important strategy used for building your students’ reading comprehension. It is very versatile as it can be used in different ways with students of all ages and reading levels. I
Kelseigh Hover saved to Teaching literacy
If you are new to teaching 5th grade, you have come to the right place. This is a collection of blog posts and resources for 5th grade teachers.
Kari Furner saved to Kids Stuff
How would your 5th graders do when it comes to knowing these common lessons in science, reading, writing, geography, history, art, music and math?
Kristi Christensen saved to Home Learning
Are you homeschooling 6th grade? Today, I am sharing some of our favorite homeschool resources to use with 6th graders. I hope you find something that your 6th grader will love! Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum: Resources by Subject Homeschooling 6th Grade: A quick note I always say that we are 'curriculum dabblers' and it's true! We use a patchwork of creative educational resources. What we use with one child when he is in fourth grade is often different from what we used with a sibling…
Leela Engle saved to 6th grade
Follow this step-by-step lesson plan to teach your students how to write an organized paragraph. The writing activities and topics will work well with 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students!
Katie Grim saved to ELA
So, you're a new 5th grade teacher... Are you overwhelmed? Excited? Terrified? Maybe you're all of these things! It is my hope that after reading this blog post, you will feel prepared and confident to meet your new
Chanel Nicole saved to •teaching•