Junior Math Websites and Resources

Math Prodigy Class Code - 5WCZW9

Maths Frame has a number of games to help you learn math in all strands
Maths Frame

Math Playground - has a variety of games from all strands
Math Playground

IXL - allows you to practice math skills from all strands
IXL

Soft Schools - math games and online practice for all strands
Math Games

Math Play - video game-like math practice
Math Play 4
Money
- Money Master Game

In this unit the Grade 4 students are expected to represent, order andcompare whole numbers to 10,000, demonstrate an understanding of placevalue in whole numbers to 10,000, read and print whole number words toone thousand, round 4-digit whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundredand thousand, add and subtract two-digit numbers using a variety ofmental strategies, solve problems involving the addition and subtractionof four-digit numbers, and use estimation when solving addition andsubtraction problems.

The Grade 5 students need to be able to represent, compare, andorder whole numbers to 100,000, demonstrate an understanding of placevalue in whole numbers to 100,000, read and print in words whole numbersto ten thousand, solve problems involving the addition and subtractionof whole numbers using a variety of strategies, and use estimation whensolving problems involving the addition and subtraction ofwhole numbers.

Math Test Review -Test is on place value, expanded and standard form, addition andsubtraction of up to 4-digit numbers (Gr. 4) and 5-digit numbers (Gr. 5)

Multiplication and Division Test Review - 2 digit by 2 digit
TemptingTurkeys2digitby2digitMultiplicationPractice.pdf
2digitx2digitMultiplicationDiceCenter.pdf
2Digitby2DigitMultiplicationDrill.doc
2DigitMultiplicationQuiz.doc
Area Model Multiplication.pdf
Division Review.PDF

Math Expectations for Place Value
Students in Grade 3 are expected to represent, compare, and order whole numbers to 1000. They need to read and print in words whole numbers to one hundred and identify and represent the value of a digit in a number according to its position in the number. Students need to compose and decompose three-digit numbers into hundreds, tens, and ones and round two-digit numbers to the nearest 10.

Students in Grade 4 are expected to represent, compare, and order whole numbers to 10,000. They need to be able to read and print in words whole numbers to one thousand and identify and represent the value of a digit in a number according to its position in the number. They need to demonstrate their understanding of place value in whole numbers to 10,000, including comparing and ordering numbers up to the ten thousands. Students need to be able to round four-digit whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.

Multiplication Quiz:
- Grade 4 students need to know how to multiply up to 9x9, use mentalmath strategies to multiply by 10, 100, 1000, and multiply 2-digitnumbers by 1 digit number.  Questions will also include word problems.

- Grade 5 students need to know how to multiply up to 12x12, use mentalmath strategies to multiply by 10, 100, 1000, 10000, and multiply2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers.  Questions will also include wordproblems.

Multiplication and Division Test Review - 2 digit by 2 digit
TemptingTurkeys2digitby2digitMultiplicationPractice.pdf
2digitx2digitMultiplicationDiceCenter.pdf
2Digitby2DigitMultiplicationDrill.doc
2DigitMultiplicationQuiz.doc
Area Model Multiplication.pdf
Division Review.PDF
multiply-quiz-0-12_TWWZF.pdf

In this unit the Grade 4 students are expected to count by 3s, 4s, 6s,7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s to 100.  They should be able to recognizemathematical relationships in patterns and demonstrate equivalence insimple numerical equations using a variety of strategies,  Studentsshould be able to identify, describe and extend patterns, includinggrowing and shrinking patterns, using mathematical language.  Theyshould be able to explain the pattern rule and be able to discuss anddefend their choice of the pattern rule.

The Grade 5 students need to be able to recognize the relationship between the position of a number and its value.  They should be able to identify, extend and create patterns, including growing and shrinking patterns, that identify changes in terms of two variables. Students should be able to analyze number patterns and state the pattern rule and be able to defend the pattern rule as well as use patterns in a table of values to make predictions.

In this unit the Grade 4 students are expected to estimate, measure (using an analog clock), and represent time intervals to the nearest minute; estimate and determine elapsed time, with and without using a time line, given the durations of events expressed in five-minute intervals, hours, days, weeks, months, or years; and solve problems involving the relationship between years and decades, and between decades and centuries.

Math Review for Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume

Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume Review.pdf

Math Review for Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume
Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume Review.pdf

Grade 4 Mass, Capacity and Volume Expectations:
In this unit the Grade 4 students are expected to estimate, measure, and record the mass of objects using the units grams and kilograms, estimate, measure, and record the capacity of a container using the units litres and millilitres. They also need to estimate, measure and record volume and relate volume to the space taken up by an object. They will need to be able to compare and order various mass and capacity measurements, justify the most appropriate mass or capacity for an object and convert grams to kilograms and millilitres to litres and vice versa.

Math Review for Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume
Time, Mass, Capacity, Volume Review.pdf

Geometry Review
Geometry Review

In this unit the Grade 4 students are expected to draw lines of symmetry in 2D figures; identify and compare various quadrilaterals and sort and classify them based on their geometric properties; identify and compare the benchmark angles (acute, right, obtuse, straight); relate angles to their measurements; identify and describe various prisms and pyramids based on their geometric properties; construct 3D figures and their skeletons; draw and describe nets of rectangular and triangular prisms

Geometry Review
Geometry Review

Various Data Management/Graphing Reviews
You will be tested on reading and making bar graphs, line graphs, range, mean, median, mode
Graphing Test Review 1
Graphing Test Review 2
Graphing Test Review 3

Division Review.PDF

Division Quiz:
- Grade 4 students need to know how to divide up to 81/9, use mentalmath strategies to divide by 10, 100, 1000, and divide 2-digit numbersby 1-digit numbers as well as dividing with remainders. Questions willinclude word problems.
- Grade 5 students need to know how to divide up to 144/12, use mentalmath strategies to divide by 10, 100, 1000, and divide 3-digit numbersby 1-digit numbers, including long division and dividing withremainders.  Questions will include word problems.

Multiplication Quiz:
- Grade 4 students need to know how to multiply up to 9x9, use mentalmath strategies to multiply by 10, 100, 1000, and multiply 2-digitnumbers by 1 digit number.  Questions will also include word problems.

- Grade 5 students need to know how to multiply up to 12x12, use mentalmath strategies to multiply by 10, 100, 1000, 10000, and multiply2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers.  Questions will also include wordproblems.

Fraction and Decimal Review.PDF

Fraction and Decimal Expectations

Grade4 students are expected to know how to represent, compare and orderdecimal numbers to the nearest tenths, represent fractions using avariety of strategies, compare and order fractions by considering thesize and number of the fractional parts and compare fractions tobenchmarks of 0, 1/2, and 1.  They need to know how to demonstrate andexplain the relationship between equivalent fractions, add and subtractdecimal numbers to tenths as well as add and subtract money amounts andproviding change for up to \$100. Students need to be able to explain therelationship between factions and decimals to tenths.

Grade 5 students are expected to know how to round decimal numbers tothe nearest tenth, represent, compare and order fractional amounts withlike denominators, including proper, mixed numbers, and improperfractions, as well as demonstrate and explain the concept of equivalentfractions and be able to change fractions into decimals.  Students needto know how to add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths, includingmoney amounts as well as multiply and divide decimal numbers by 10,100, 1000, and 10,000. Students need to know how to describemultiplicative relationships between quantities by using simplefractions and decimals as well as determine and explain the relationshipbetween fractions and their equivalent decimal forms.

TRANSFORMATIONAL GEOMETRY REVIEW
Transformational Geometry Review 1
Transformational Geometry Review 2

TRANSFORMATIONAL GEOMETRY REVIEW
Transformational Geometry Review 1

â€‹â€‹Perimeter and Area Test Review

Length, Perimeter and Area Math Test - will cover measurement conversions, finding the area and perimeter of polygons and rectangles, finding missing side lengths and widths
Perimeter and Area Review.PDF

Fractions Review
Fraction and Decimal Expectations
Grade 5 students are expected to know how to round decimal numbers to the nearest tenth, represent, compare and order fractional amounts with like denominators, including proper, mixed numbers, and improper fractions, as well as demonstrate and explain the concept of equivalent fractions and be able to change fractions into decimals.  Students need to know how to add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths, including money amounts as well as multiply and divide decimal numbers by 10,100, 1000, and 10,000. Students need to know how to describe multiplicative relationships between quantities by using simple fractions and decimals as well as determine and explain the relationship between fractions and their equivalent decimal forms.