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Students should come to 5th grade with a great foundation of the concepts of
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. 5th Graders will be expected
to fluently multiply multi-digit numbers (2X2, 3X2, 4X2, and 3X3) (5.NBT.5) and
fluently divide with two digit divisors. (5.NBT.6)
Each test will be given as a timed test. The results are interpreted as follows:
Multi-Digit Multiplication 2X2 (4) , 3X2 (4)
7 – 8 Correct
5 – 6 Correct
3 – 4 Correct
2 or less Correct
Multi-Digit Multiplication 2X2 (1), 3X2 (1),
4X2 (4), and (4 digit dividend divided by a 2 digit
divisor) with or without fractional remainders (2)
7 – 8 Correct
5 – 6 Correct
3 – 4 Correct
2 or less Correct
Multi-Digit Multiplication 2 X 2 (1), 3 X 2 (1),
4 X 2 (1), and 3 X 3 (1), and (4 digit dividend divided
by a 2 digit divisor) with or without fractional
remainders (4)
7 – 8 Correct
5 – 6 Correct
3 – 4 Correct
2 or less
Multi-Digit Multiplication 4 x 2 (4) and
(4 digit dividend divided by a 2 digit divisor) with or
without fractional remainders (4)
7 – 8 Correct
5 - 6 Correct
3 – 4 Correct
2 or less
1st nine weeks 8 problems in
16 minutes
Exceeds Standards
Satisfactory
Needs Improvement
Unsatisfactory
nd
2 nine weeks 8 problems in
16 minutes
Rubric
Exceeds Standards
Satisfactory
Needs Improvement
Unsatisfactory
rd
3 nine weeks 8 problems in
16 minutes
4
3
2
1
Exceeds Standard
Satisfactory
Needs Improvement
Unsatisfactory
th
4 nine weeks 8 problems in
20 minutes
4
3
2
1
Exceeds Standard
Satisfactory
Needs Improvement
Unsatisfactory
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
*We want students entering the 6th grade to have fluency of the 4 operations (+, -, X, and ÷)
including fractions and decimals.*
Students should be flexible in their number sense and be able to apply their knowledge to
mathematical problems and situations.