• Fifth Grade Team

    Mrs. Turner, Ms. Eatmon, and Ms. Wynn


    Resources: 

    2019/2020 Supply List   

    Fry's Fifth Grade 100 Sight Words List


    By the end of fifth grade, you can expect your child to:

    Be generally truthful and dependable

    Develop increasing independence

    Improve problem-solving skills

    Acquire more-advanced listening and responding skills

    Enjoy organizing and classifying objects and ideas

    Be able to read and concentrate for long periods of time

    Read complex text fluently and with good comprehension

    Research a topic using a variety of sources, and use the features of a book (for example, the index, glossary, and appendix) to find information

    Identify conflict, climax, and resolution in a story

    Write an organized, multi-paragraph composition in sequential order with a central idea

    Use problem-solving strategies to solve real-world math problems

    Add and subtract fractions and decimals

    Identify and describe three-dimensional shapes, and find their volumes and surface areas

    Use long division to divide large numbers by multi-digit numbers