Fourth grade students continue to practice multiplying and dividing with whole numbers. They also grow more familiar with fractions and decimals. As in earlier years, students practice making calculations in their heads and estimating. These activities st...

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Fifth grade students practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying with decimals and fractions as they solve problems. They take up ratios and percentages, and learn about these concepts’ relationship with fractions and decimals. In geometry, they l...

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Sixth grade students, by the end of the year, should be competent at computing with positive and negative numbers, fractions and decimals.  They learn about exponents and do more work with ratios, proportions, and percentages (calculating such things as ...

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