5th-Grade Common Core Lesson Plans

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You are a Pot of Gold!

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Kindergarten Grade • Printables
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You are a Pot of Gold!

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Kindergarten Grade • Printables

Subject:
Seasonal/Holiday, Spring, Saint Patrick's Day, Social Emotional

Type:
Printables

Skills: Social Emotional, Holidays

Description: A printable for teachers or students to fill in and give to different students to make them feel special. Also included is a printable for the student to fill in and color to practice self-love, self-affirmation, and boost self-confidence.

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Winter Holiday Creative Writing

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Winter Holiday Creative Writing

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Kindergarten Grade • Mini Lessons with Activity

Subject:
Seasonal/Holiday, Winter Holidays, Winter, ELA

Type:
Mini Lessons with Activity

Skills: Holidays, Creative Writing

Description: Choose a character and setting from mix and match cards to inspire a holiday creative writing piece. Students use a story map template to help them organize their writing. (Grades K-5)

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Winter Adjectives

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Winter Adjectives

2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade • Mini Lessons with Activity

Subject:
Seasonal/Holiday, Winter Holidays, Winter, ELA

Type:
Mini Lessons with Activity

Skills: Listening & Speaking, Parts of Speech, Writing, Word Choice

Description: Follow this activity to get your students circulating through the room as they identify adjectives, all the while practicing with Listening & Speaking skills.

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Whole Numbers & Decimal Place Value: Ten Times the Value & 1/10 the Value

Subject:
Math, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Introduce or review key vocabulary and concepts for whole numbers and decimals the thousandths place Practice the "language" of place value and decimals in strategic, ...

Description: Review place value and decimals with this interactive and scripted 1 hour lesson.  Your 5th graders will:

  • Introduce or review key vocabulary and concepts for whole numbers and decimals the thousandths place
  • Practice the "language" of place value and decimals in strategic, purposeful note-taking partnerships
  • Recognize and understand that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 what it represents in the place to the left
  • Complete an exit slip to help determine your next instructional steps
 

CCSS: 5.NBT.A.1

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Whole Numbers & Decimal Place Value: Introduction

Subject:
Math, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Introduce or review key vocabulary and concepts for whole numbers and decimals through the thousandths place Practice the "language" of place value and decimals in ...

Description: Need an interactive review or introductory lesson to whole numbers and decimals to the thousandths place?  This 1 hour scripted lesson is for you!  Your 5th graders will:

  • Introduce or review key vocabulary and concepts for whole numbers and decimals through the thousandths place
  • Practice the "language" of place value and decimals in strategic, purposeful note-taking partnerships
  • Recognize and develop an understanding that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 what it represents in the place to the left
  • Complete an exit slip to help determine your next instructional steps

CCSS: 5.NBT.A.1

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Teachers, like other professionals, occasionally miss work. If you’re an educator, odds are you’ll need to be away from your classroom at some point during the school year. Your child might suddenly get the flu. Your car may unexpectedly break down on the interstate during your morning commute to work. You might get the opportunity to attend a dynamic two-day conference for educators in another state. Regardless of the reason, when you need to miss a school day, presenting your substitute teacher with a step-by-step lesson plan to follow is crucial. If you don’t have the time or energy to put into creating a lesson plan for a substitute, Daybreak Lesson Plans can help.

Emergency Sub Plans for 5th Grade

When an emergency situation arises, you might have a limited amount of time and resources to create a lesson plan. Our lesson plans are intended for teachers who have an emergency absence and must provide a substitute with a lesson plan quickly.

What Types of 5th-Grade Lesson Plans Are Available?

A one-size-fits-all mentality doesn’t work for substitute lesson plans. Some days, you might need to only miss two hours of classroom time. On other occasions, you may not see your students for an entire day. Our lesson plans are available in one hour, half-day and full-day options. Exit tickets are provided at the end of each segment of a lesson. After reading the exit tickets, you’ll know exactly what your substitute covered. When you return to the classroom, you can easily pick up where your substitute left off, if you desire. We offer language arts and math lesson plans for 5th-grade students.

Language Arts Lesson Plans for 5th Grade

Our language arts lesson plans for 5th grade include both informational and literary alternatives. Literary-themed lesson plans encompass:

Math Lesson Plans for 5th Grade

At Daybreak Lesson Plans, you can have a 5th-grade math lesson plan that covers:

  • Measurement and data
  • Numbers and operations fractions
  • Numbers and operations in base 10
  • Operations and algebraic thinking

To enhance the classroom learning experience, Daybreak Lesson Plans also offers games and activities.

Why Select Daybreak Lesson Plans?

Daybreak Lesson Plans possesses qualities that set us apart from competitors:

  • Written by veteran teachers: Writing good lesson plans is an art developed over many years. Our 5th-grade lesson plans are written by veteran teachers who have a deep understanding of Common Core standards.
  • Created in a scripted format: Our 5th-grade lesson plans are written in a scripted format that is easy to follow for inexperienced and veteran substitutes alike.
  • Developed to fit various timeframes: At Daybreak Lesson Plans, we understand teacher absences can range from an hour to a full school day. To prevent you from needing to purchase a more extensive lesson plan than needed, we offer a variety of lesson plans to fit various timeframes.

Browse our 5th-grade lesson plans here to learn more! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.