## Everyday Math Units

Click on "Everyday Math Units" above to get to a great site that walks you through our Everyday Math curriculum.

**5.5 Very Large Numbers****5.6 Exploring Base 10 Polygons Perimeter****5.7 Decimals with Base 10 Blocks****5.8 Tenths and hundredths****5.9 Tenths and Hundredths of a Meter****5.10 Application Rainfall****5.11 Place Value Decimals****5.12 Sunrise-Sunset Line Graphs**

**Unit 5 Review**## Practice your basic facts... play a game on the internet. It's fun and a great way to practice.

Click HERE to download the FREE version of TimezAttack!

Another Great Multiplication site...

http://www.learnyourtables.co.uk

## Math

We use the Everyday Math program from the University of Chicago. It is an excellent tool to educate students. It focuses on using manipulatives to teach students how to problem solve using hands-on exercises.

- Remind your student to bring home the Student Reference Book to help them with their homework. There is also a section in the back called "Games". Have your student teach you a game. It's fun and they get to practice their basic skills too.
- Homeliinks are located in their homework packet. Students can refer back to their SRB if they have trouble with their homework.