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for K-5 Students

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[email protected] Lessons & Activities

for K-5 StudentsMath Activities Grade 5, Week 4

Decimals and Line Plots

Day Topic Pages

Day 1 Add Decimals Part 2 2–4

Day 2 Subtract Decimals Part 2 5–7

Day 3 Add & Subtract Decimals Application 8–9

Day 4 Make Line Plots 10–11

Day 5 Interpret Line Plots for Measurement 12–13

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© hand2mind, Inc. hand2mind.comGrade 5 Math, Week 4, Page 2

Day 1Draw each decimal with Base Ten Blocks. Add.

1. 2.16 + 3.45

Ones Tenths Hundredths

2.16

3.45

2.16 + 3.45 = _____________

2. 4.11 + 2.55

Ones Tenths Hundredths

4.11

2.55

4.11 + 2.55 = _____________

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Day 1 (continued)

3. 3.47 + 1.68

Ones Tenths Hundredths

3.47

1.68

3.47 + 1.68 = _____________

4. 1.77 + 1.44

Ones Tenths Hundredths

1.77

1.44

1.77 + 1.44 = _____________

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Day 1 (continued)Find the sum for each problem.

Draw a model of the sum using Base Ten Blocks.

1. 1.85 + 3.62 = _________

2. 2.67 + 3.15 = _________

3. 4.36 + 3.71 = _________

4. 2.59 + 2.13 = _________

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Day 2Draw each decimal with Base Ten Blocks. Subtract.

1. 2.16 – 1.05

Ones Tenths Hundredths

2.16

1.05

2.16 – 1.05 = _____________

2. 3.66 – 1.78

Ones Tenths Hundredths

3.66

1.78

3.66 – 1.78 = ___________

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Day 2 (continued)

3. 4.23 – 2.66

Ones Tenths Hundredths

4.23

2.66

4.23 – 2.66 = ___________

4. 3.88 – 1.42

Ones Tenths Hundredths

3.88

1.42

3.88 – 1.42 = ___________

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Find the difference for each problem. Draw a model of the difference using Base Ten Blocks.

Day 2 (continued)

1. 5.48 – 2.32 = _________

2. 3.84 – 1.12 = _________

3. 4.69 – 4.01 = _________

4. 5.27 – 2.88 = _________

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Day 3Solve each problem. Use the space provided to show your work.

1. Tina hiked 2.45 miles in the morning. She hiked an additional 3.16 miles in the afternoon. How many total miles did Tina hike? Tina hiked _______________ miles.

2. Quinn went to the store after school. He bought a pack of gum for $3.22. He also bought a bag of candy for $5.77. How much did he spend at the store? Quinn spent $____________ at the store.

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Day 3 (continued)Solve each problem. Use the space provided to show your work.

1. JD is a chef. JD has 6.33 pounds of chicken at the start of the day. He uses 4.29 pounds of chicken for dinner. How many pounds of chicken does JD have left? JD has _______________ pounds of chicken left.

2. Bob has $8.37 in his pocket. He goes to the mall and spends $4.21 on games at the arcade. How much money does Bob have left? Bob has $____________ left.

© hand2mind, Inc. hand2mind.comGrade 5 Math, Week 4, Page 10

Day 4Plot the data on the line plot.

1. Lila goes for a walk every day. She records the distance of her walk in her

journal. Over the past 10 days, she has walked the following amounts:

5 __ 6 miles, 3 __ 6 miles,

2 __ 6 miles, 3 __ 6 miles,

5 __ 6 miles, 4 __ 6 miles,

5 __ 6 miles, 3 __ 6 miles,

2 __ 6 miles,

and 4 __ 6 miles.

2. Mr. Turk’s class tracks the amount of time each student spends reading

each night. On Tuesday night, the class recorded the following data:

2 __ 4 hours, 3 __ 4 hours,

3 __ 4 hours, 1 hour, 1 hour, 2 __ 4 hours,

2 __ 4 hours, 2 __ 4 hours,

3 __ 4 hours,

and 1 __ 4 hours.

0 1 __ 6 2 __ 6

3 __ 6 4 __ 6

5 __ 6 1

Miles Walked per Day

0 1 __ 4 2 __ 4

3 __ 4 1

Hours Read on Tuesday

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Plot the data on the line plot.

Day 4 (continued)

1. Carla measures every pencil in her pencil box. Her pencils are the following

lengths: 5 __ 8 feet, 4 __ 8 feet,

2 __ 8 feet, 5 __ 8 feet,

5 __ 8 feet, 4 __ 8 feet,

2 __ 8 feet, 3 __ 8 feet,

5 __ 8 feet,

and 4 __ 8 feet.

2. Eliot’s little brother takes a nap every day. Eliot records the length of his

brother’s naps. His brother naps for: 2 __ 5 hours, 3 __ 5 hours,

1 __ 5 hours, 1 hour,

1 hour, 2 __ 5 hours, 1 __ 5 hours,

2 __ 5 hours, 1 __ 5 hours, and

4 __ 5 hours.

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Plot the data on the line plot. Answer the questions about the data.

Day 5

1. Mr. Kelso’s class has a test today. Before the test, each student reports how long he or she spent studying for the test: 2 hours, 3 hours, 5 hours, 8 hours, 4 hours, 4 hours, 5 hours, 2 hours, 5 hours, 6 hours, 4 hours, 4 hours, 4 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, and 4 hours.

What was the most common number of hours studied for the test?

What was the smallest number of hours studied for the test?

What was the largest number of hours studied for the test?

How many students studied for 5 hours?

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Day 5 (continued)Plot the data on the line plot. Answer the questions about the data.

1. Natalie works at a diner. She keeps track of how many hamburgers are ordered each day: 5 hamburgers, 8 hamburgers, 10 hamburgers, 9 hamburgers, 10 hamburgers, 9 hamburgers, 5 hamburgers, 6 hamburgers, 10 hamburgers, 8 hamburgers, 10 hamburgers, 10 hamburgers, and 5 hamburgers.

What was the most common number of hamburgers ordered per day?

What was the smallest number of hamburgers ordered per day?

What was the largest number of hamburgers ordered per day?

How many days had just 5 hamburgers ordered?

Table of ContentsDay 1: Add Decimals Part 2Day 2: Subtract Decimals Part 2Day 3: Add & Subtract Decimals ApplicationDay 4: Make Line PlotsDay 5: Interpret Line Plots for Measurement