Math Calendar.docx


Please use the above Math Calendar for material covered and additional math activities. You should be able to download these files individually. Let me know if you have any questions. 


Updated March 28th, 2020

Good morning. I hope everyone is staying safe and getting outside when possible. If you need to reach me for any reason my email is bodmerjc@pwcse.edu and my cell is 571-221-0049. Students should continue to use IXL to stay sharp with their math skills as 6th grade approaches. We would currently be in our Geometry unit but students should practice any skills they prefer. We will continue to have our Zoom meeting each Friday morning at 10:00 AM and I will continue to email an optional math activity on Monday morning. Let me know if you have any questions. My email is bodmerjc@pwcs.edu. Stay safe. 

Mr. Bodmer


Daily Schedule 
 Arrival-Morning Work 8:50-9:05
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Core Extension  9:15-9:45
 Encore 9:45-10:30
 Language Arts-Mrs. Clevenger 10:30-11:40
Recess 11:40-12:10
Science/SS-Mrs. Bass 12:10-1:20
Lunch 1:25-2:00
Math-Mr. Bodmer 2:00-3:15
Read to Self 3:15-3:35
Dismissal Begins 3:35





















 Encore Schedule
Day 1  Music
Day 2 PE
Day 3 Art
Day 4 Library/Guidance
Day 5 PE












5th Grade Math Unit covered during the 2019-2020 school year:

Unit 1: Problem Solving with Addition and Subtraction (includes perimeter) (August 26-September 6)
Standards of Learning:  5.4 and 5.8a

Focus: Create and solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction of whole numbers

Unit 2: Problem Solving with Multiplication and Division (includes area) (September 9-October 2)
Standards of Learning: 5.4 and 5.8a

Focus: Create and Solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (with and without remainders) of whole numbers. 

Unit 3: Measurement (October 3-October 25)
Standards of Learning: 5.8a, 5.9a, 5.11

Focus: Solve practical problems that involve perimeter, area, and volume in standard units of measure. Determine area of a right triangle. Determine volume of a rectangular prism.

Unit 4: Fraction and Decimal Number Sense (October 28-December 6)
Standards of Learning: 5.2a, 5.1, 5.2b

Focus: Represent and identify equivalencies among fractions and decimals, with and without models

Unit 5: Data Analysis and Statistics (December 9-December 20)
Standards of Learning: 5.16a, 5.16b, 5.16c, 5.17a, 5.17b, 5.17c, 5.17d

Focus: Given a practical problem, represent data in line plots and stem-and-leaf plots. Describe mean, median, mode and range (spread)

Unit 6: Computation and Problem solving with Fractions (January 6-February 4)
Standards of Learning: 5.6a, 5.6b

Focus: Solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction with fractions and mixed numbers. Solve single-step practical problems involving multiplication of a whole number, limited to 12 or less

Unit 7: Computation and Problem solving with Decimals (February 5-February 25)
Standards of Learning: 5.5a, 5.5b

Focus: Estimate and determine product and quotient of two numbers involving decimals. Divisors are limited to a single digit whole number or decimal

Unit 8: Patterns, Functions, and Algebra (February 26-March 20)
Standards of Learning: 5.3a, 5.3b, 5.7, 5.18, 5.19a, 5.19b, 5.19c, 5.19d

Focus: Identify and describe characteristics of prime and composite numbers. Identify and describe characteristics of even and odd numbers. Identify, describe, create and extend number patterns. Investigate the concept of a variable. 

Math Units still to cover:  

Unit 9: Geometry (March 23-April 17)
Standards of Learning: 5.10, 5.12, 5.13a, 5.13b, 5.14a, 5.14b

Focus: Identify and describe the diameter, radius, chord and circumference of a circle. Classify and measure right, acute, obtuse and straight angles. Classify triangles as right, acute or obtuse and equilateral, scalene or isosceles. Recognize and apply transformations, such as translation, reflection and rotation. Investigate and describe the results of combining and subdividing polygons.

Unit 10: Probability (April 20-May 1)
Standards of Learning: 5.15

Focus: Predict and determine the probability of an outcome occurring by creating a sample space. Determine probability of an outcome using the Fundamental Counting Principle.



Contact Information: My email is bodmerjc@pwcs.edu and my cell is 571-221-0049.