Did you forget your Math homework page at school? No problem! Just click on the "My Math" button, login, and do the following:

1) click on the picture of the MyMath book

2) select the chapter and lesson you need

3) under "Lesson Resources" to the right, click the right gray arrow until you find the Homework page - green border with yellow stripe across the top. Click on that page. This will open the Homework pages in PDF format. (Most Homework consists of two pages - a front and a back if torn out of the MyMath book or two separate printable pages online.)

5) Print.

6) Get a pencil and find a nice quite place. Now you can get your homework done!

1) click on the picture of the MyMath book

2) select the chapter and lesson you need

3) under "Lesson Resources" to the right, click the right gray arrow until you find the Homework page - green border with yellow stripe across the top. Click on that page. This will open the Homework pages in PDF format. (Most Homework consists of two pages - a front and a back if torn out of the MyMath book or two separate printable pages online.)

5) Print.

6) Get a pencil and find a nice quite place. Now you can get your homework done!

**MULTIPLICATION**

Students entering 5th grade are expected to have adding and subtracting down. They are also expected to know the times tables up to 12s with

The best way to memorize times tables is by practicing daily. Here's the best order for learning them: 2s, 10s, 5s, 11s, doubles (4X4, 8X8, etc.), 3s & 6s, 4s & 8s, 9s, and 12s. Also, when you teach 2X3 automatically teach 3X2. This cuts the times tables problems in half.

I use "Five Minute Frenzy" assessments to measure student automaticity with multiplication facts. This is a multiplication assessment,

The links below provide downloadable PDFs containing nine different "Five Minute Frenzy" assessments if your child wants to practice them at home (hopefully).

__(not skip counting). Multiplication is used in division, fractions, measurement, and most other Math concepts taught in 5th grade. Students who don't have the times tables down tend not to like Math - not because it's hard for them, but because it takes so long to finish each problem.__*fluency***MATH PRIORITY #1: LEARN THE TIMES TABLES!**The best way to memorize times tables is by practicing daily. Here's the best order for learning them: 2s, 10s, 5s, 11s, doubles (4X4, 8X8, etc.), 3s & 6s, 4s & 8s, 9s, and 12s. Also, when you teach 2X3 automatically teach 3X2. This cuts the times tables problems in half.

I use "Five Minute Frenzy" assessments to measure student automaticity with multiplication facts. This is a multiplication assessment,

*not*a teaching tool. Students should be able to fill in all squares within 5 minutes with a 98% accuracy. The rows and columns with the most errors are the times tables needing practice.The links below provide downloadable PDFs containing nine different "Five Minute Frenzy" assessments if your child wants to practice them at home (hopefully).

**MATH ASSESSMENTS**

**MATH WORKSHEETS**

The following links are great for downloading worksheets for varying Math topics.

**PLACE VALUE ONLINE**

**MULTIPLICATION ONLINE**

Single Digit Multiplication

Multi-digit Multiplication