Grade 5 Term 2

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Updated May 10, 2024

What Will You Learn?

  • At the end of the term, students will be able to:
  • Express fractional numbers in decimal form beginning with those having denominators of 10, 100, 1000.
  • Determine the value of each digit in a decimal number up to thousandths.
  • Place in serial order any set of decimal fractions.
  • Round a decimal number to the nearer whole number, tenth or hundredth.
  • Add or subtract decimal numbers to three decimal places.
  • Round a mixed number to the nearer whole number.
  • Find the product of a whole number and a decimal number to three places of decimals.
  • Solve problems (including worded problems and money) requiring the addition/subtraction of decimal numbers.
  • Draw pictures of polygons given description.
  • Identify the condition that makes a triangle right, equilateral, isosceles or scalene.
  • Identify opposite and adjacent sides of a quadrilateral.
  • Estimate, measure and record distances including the perimeter of polygons in millimetres and/or centimetres and metres.
  • Solve problems requiring the calculation of the following: The perimeter. Length of one side. The number of sides of a regular polygon, given the other two measures.
  • Find the area of polygons by counting squares.
  • Solve problems based on computing the measurement of the area of a rectangular region.
  • Multiply the decimal number by 10,100,1000.
  • Rename two or more fractional numbers with unlike denominators to show the same denominator.
  • Compare fractional numbers in any form.
  • Add or subtract factions including mixed numbers with and without renaming.
  • Find the product of two proper fractions.
  • Investigate the order of operation when evaluating algebraic expressions.
  • Use the symbols , =, ≠ in number sentences.
  • Identify and count the number of lines of symmetry in plane figures.
  • Create shapes given, the line of symmetry and half the shape and the line of symmetry.
  • Round a whole number to the nearer ten, hundred, thousand.
  • Round a number representing an amount of money to the nearest dollar, ten dollars, hundred dollars, thousand dollars.
  • Recognize and use the relationship between the millilitre, litre and kilolitre.
  • Associate the four major cardinal points with quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns.
  • Use a grid system to describe the location of one point relative to another using the four major cardinal points.
  • Predict how a simple plane shape will look after a series of rightward or leftward flips, or, after a reflection.
  • Use the substitution in formulae to solve worded problems.

Course Content


  • Welcome


Rounding Mixed Numbers to the Nearest Whole Number

Regular and Irregular Polygons






Lines of Symmetry

Rounding Whole Numbers

Associating Cardinal Points to Turns

End of Term Examination

PEP Past Paper

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Grade 5 Term 2
$1,536.00 $4,500.00
49 Lessons

Material Includes

  • Video Lessons
  • Daily Assessments
  • Bi-Monthly Examinations
  • End of Term Examinations
  • Past Papers


  • Students are required to view video lessons before completing assessments.


  • Students completing PEP examinations.
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