“Go Math!” 5th Grade

We will be blending the adopted “Go Math!” curriculum with the District’s “Making Math Meaningful,” or “M3,” grant. This will be a transition year not only in our classroom but throughout the state and the nation for that matter as the Common Core Standards are more fully implemented.

The good news…your child will be trained to become mathematical thinkers and problem solvers by learning multiple ways to find solutions to math problems. Many of the strategies will seem foreign at first, but with perseverance they will get it.

Here are the core lessons that will be taught this year using the M3 Grant resources. These will be our “go to” concepts as I learn how to incorporate “Go Math!” into the M3 way of thinking and teaching.


Grade 5 Lessons

Fractions and Mixed Numbers:
Fractions, Decimals, Percents:



“Go Math!” Website

There is a website where students can go to complete online assignments and view video tutorials and play games. To visit the site click HERE.

You will need to select state, district, and school. You can begin typing our state, district, and school to jump down the list faster.

Your child will need his or her STUDENT ID number for the “User Name.” The Password is “school.”

 Student ID   

Dominic        99713325
Vincent         99713341
Noah            99695178
Amarii         99719681
Lois             99712025
Adam          99717254
Sam            99712292
Jade            99755429
Caeli           99709869
Tafinah       99755370
Adeyinka    99720368
Joseph       99713885
David         99714017
Divinity      99702953
Aaron         99714712
Harneet      99713289
Aiden         99725528
Rahbecca   99756311  
Kimmani    99729964
Genevieve  99712542
Marissa      99720147 
Sean          99713432
Naomi        99712917
Tyler          99712553 
Madison    99701904
Alex          99694132
Joel          99712333


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