Grade 5

Skills covered in Games!

- Multiplication tables of 1
- Multiplication tables of 2
- Multiplication tables of 3
- Multiplicatoin tables of 4
- Multiplication tables of 5
- Multiplication tables of 6
- Multiplication tables of 7
- Multiplication tables of 8
- Multplication tables of 9
- Multiplication tables of 10
- Multiplication tables of 11
- Multiplication tables of 12
- Multiplication tables of 13
- Multiplication tables of 14
- Multiplication tables of 15
- Multiplication tables of 16
- Multiplication tables of 17
- Multiplication tables of 18
- Multiplication tables of 19
- Multiplication tables of 20
- Division tables of 1
- Division tables of 2
- Division tables of 3
- Division tables of 4
- Division tables of 5
- Division tables of 6
- Division tables of 7
- Division tables of 8
- Division tables of 9
- Division tables of 10
- Division tables of 11
- Division tables of 12
- Multiples of 100
- Prime numbers within 100
- Factors of numbers within 100
- Fractions : Equivalent fractions
- Whole numbers as fractionss
- Comparing fractions with 1/2
- Comparing fractions with same denominator
- Comparing fractions with same numerator
- Comparing fractions with different numerators and denominators
- Adding 1/b fractions with same denominator

Skills covered in Playbooks!

**Volume 1 :**

1. Expanded Form and number names(Indian and International) of of 5 and 6 digit no.s2. Factors & Multiples

3. Area model of multiplication**Volume 2 :**

1. Add two or three 6 digit numbers and write the number name of the sum.

2. Round numbers to the nearest 10's and 100's. Understand where and why rounding is used.

3. Understand Multiples. Multiples and factors of numbers 1-20.

**Volume 3:**

1. Counting strategies: Adding and Subtracting using compensation strategies.

2. Estimation Addition:

3. Estimation Subtraction:**Volume 4 :**

1. Multiplication: Doubling and Halving strategy.

2. Multiplication: Making use of factors and known facts to simplify multiplication.

3. Long division

4. LCM, GCD, HCF**Volume 5 :**

Fractions :

1. Understand that fractions are numbers. Difference between proper, improper and mixed fractions and how to represent them. Name the fractions

2. Converting mixed fractions to p/q form. Addition and Subtraction of fractions (proper and improper)

3. Multiplication and Division of fractions

4. Word problems involving fractions**Volume 6 :**

Decimals Foundation

1. Understanding 'tenths' and 'hundredths'. Understanding them as fractions being represented in decimal notation. Use daily life examples such as marks in an exam (eG: 35/100 and its decimal representation as 0.35, no. of tasks done in a list of 10 etc)

2.Area/grid model to further understand decimal notation. Name the fractions and decimals accordingly.

3. Compare different decimals (tenths and hundredths, separately) and order them. Understand equivalence that quantities represented in tenths (0.1 or 1/10) can also be represented in hundredths(0.10 or 10/100)

4. Convert fraction to decimals and vice versa.**Volume 7 :**

Measurement Foundations

1. Measuring and estimating volumes of closed containers ( standard sized boxes,cartons,bottles etc) using standard units of weight(kg,g,mg) and volume(liter, ml). Solve word problems regarding the same.

2.Measuring time and distances and using knowledge of multiplication and division to understand the concept of speed.

3.Converting units: from one unit to another: using examples of time, money ($ to Rs), metric system (kg to lb, m to ft etc). Use this understanding to build flexibility in conversion.

4.Measuring areas using standard( sq.mts, sq.yds, sq.ft, acres, hectares) and non standard units( different conventions used in different parts of India, at least three such units 1 'cent' of land is ___ sq.yards)

**Volume 8 :**

Geometry Foundations:

1. Identifying and classifying 3-d shapes based on their attributes.

2. Compose and decompose 3-d shapes puzzles.

3. Co-ordinate geometry intro: ans. q's about 'What is it? Where and why is it used?'

4. Identifying the axes. Plotting points on a graph.Locating points on a graph based on information about the cordinates.**Volume 9 :**

Data Representation and Interpretation Foundations

1. Understand the need for data representation. Understand the different ways we represent data: types of graphs etc

2. Observing basic patterns and trends in the data. Observing and noticing outliers or anomalies in the data.

3. Interpreting data presented by observing the trends and patterns and by noticing anomalies.**Volume 10 :**

Data Representation and Interpretation Foundations

1. Observing basic patterns and trends in the data such as weather forecasts/temperatures/prices of food and making a generalized statement/ extend a pattern based on observations. Observing and noticing outliers or anomalies in the data.

2. Forming patterns from generalized statements and rules provided (ex: 3n+1) and vice versa.