# 5th Grade Common Core: 5.NBT.6

Common Core Identifier: 5.NBT.6 / Grade: 5

Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Perform Operations With Multi-Digit Whole Numbers And With Decimals To Hundredths.

Detail: Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.

61 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Two-digit divisors with remainders; Penguin picture and word problem.

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Students rewrite each problem in long division form and solve. Each divisor has 2-digits.

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Long division with two-digit divisors; no remainders; Car wash picture and word problem.

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Use the graph paper to solve these 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems using the partial products method.

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On these fifth grade math worksheets, students will: answer questions related to a line plot, multiply three-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers, convert linear metric units (mm, cm, m) and multiply fractions by whole numbers.

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Find the quotients to the 4- by 1-digit division problems using partial quotients. Graph paper helps students align the numbers and keeps their writing clear.

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Give your students more practice with partial quotients with this worksheet. It includes 6 division problems and an example showing how to solve with the partial quotient method.

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Solve the 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems with partial products. Write out each set of factors next to each of the products.

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Give your students something to refer to when solving 3- by 2-digit division problems with partial quotients by hanging this anchor chart in your classroom -- or give each student their own copy!

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On these worksheets, your students can review: decimal place value, triangle classification, multi-digit multiplication and division, reading pie graphs, and solving word problems.

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Use partial products to find the answers to these 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems.

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Find the area of these irregular shapes (rectilinear figures) by multiplying decimals to the tenths and hundredths place. This is a class set of 30 task cards.

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With this printout students will solve 7 division problems using the partial quotients method. There is an example problem they can refer back to if needed.

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You can use this printout to show the process of solving 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems with partial products. It includes a full example showing each of the individual factors, partial products, and the final solution. It also includes pages with blank space for students to fill in the problems and steps on their own.

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This page has 9 problems for students to complete. Each one has a 2-digit divisor and a 4-digit dividend.

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This set of daily word problems reinforces key math skills, including reading and interpreting a pay stub.

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The division problems on this printout have 3-digit dividends and 2-digit divisors. Use partial quotients to solve them.

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Skills used in these five worksheets include adding and subtracting decimals with money, finding the area of a rectangle, division with remainders, and more.

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This page has long division problems with 2-digit divisors and 4-digit dividends.

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This worksheet shows an example of how to solve a 2-digit by 1-digit division problem using the partial quotient method. It also includes 9 problems for students to solve.

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Find the area of the irregular shape (rectilinear figure) by finding the areas of each rectangle within the shape and then adding those together.

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Write each set of factors needed to solve the 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems using the partial products method. Solve each problem by finding the products and adding them together.

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Show students how to use partial quotients to solve a 3- by 1-digit division problem with this anchor chart you can hang in your classroom.

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With this group of daily word problems, students will practice writing equations, ordering decimals, multiplying fractions, and more.

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This file outlines the process of solving a 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problem using partial products. It includes labeled boxes for the factors, an example page where students can solve the problem using the given factors, and a page showing the full example.

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For the fifteenth week, pupils will demonstrate the following mathematical concepts: finding least common multiple (LCM) of two numbers, writing decimal numbers in standard form, multiplying 4-digit by 2-digit numbers, dividing numbers with double-digit divisors, and calculating the volume of a rectangular prism.

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This printable graph-paper page leaves plenty of room for students to solve division problems with partial quotients.

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This printable page includes graph paper for students to solve six division problems using partial quotients.

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Practice solving multiplication problems using partial products with this printable sheet.

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These five worksheets reinforce key math skills for 5th grade. Each worksheet includes a daily word problem, most of which involve multiple steps. Topics include subtracting fractions, dividing money, and interpreting a chart.

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These partial products problems are printed on graph paper with space for students to write each multiplicand, multiplier, and product.

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Draw an angle with a protractor, add three fractions together and simplify, solve word problems, rewrite phrases as algebraic expressions, convert mixed numbers to fractions, tell whether numbers are prime or composite, and solve long division problems with 4-digit dividends.

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Give students another option for how to solve difficult division problems by showing them partial quotients. This file has five 4-digit by 1-digit problems, all with remainders.

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This set of 5th grade daily word problems features a line plot, units of measurement conversions, and multiplying fractions.

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Find the answers to these 2-digit multiplication problems using the partial products method.

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Find the perimeter of an irregular polygon, write fractions as decimals, classify triangles (scalene, equilateral, isosceles), compare decimals, and review division with remainders.

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Provide a different way to solve long division problems with larger numbers by showing your students the partial quotients method.

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These 2-digit by 1-digit division problems require remainders. There is an example, followed by seven problems for students to solve on their own using partial quotients.

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Print off this page to give students practice with partial products. They'll solve 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems by writing each set of factors and adding the partial products together.

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Now that we're into week 17 of 5th grade math buzz, students can review volume of a rectangular prism, multiplication (4-digit by 2-digit) word problems, operations with decimals, multiplying fractions, and plotting points (ordered pairs) on a coordinate grid.

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Practice solving 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems using the partial products approach. This worksheet has boxes for each digit of each partial product.

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On these printable worksheets, your fifth graders will review parallel/intersecting/perpendicular lines, long division (without remainders), estimating basic operations, factors, area models, and word problems.

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Use this printout to give your students a bit of extra practice with partial quotients division.

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Show students how to solve 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems using the partial products method. This file has a full example, as well as blank spaces for students to show their own work.

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These problems have 2-digit divisors, 3 and 4-digit dividends. All quotients are whole numbers.

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These daily word problems help students practice important 5th grade math skills, such as calculating additive volume.

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This anchor chart explains and shows how to solve a division problem using partial quotients. The example provided has a 4-digit dividend, 1-digit divisor, and a remainder.

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The next five daily word problems require students to use skills such as reading and interpreting a table, and performing operations with decimals and fractions.

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Solve these 3-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems on the graph paper provided using partial products.

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On this set of Math Buzz worksheets, your students will review: finding the perimeter of an irregular polygon, division with remainders, writing mixed numbers as decimals, multiplying fractions by whole numbers, and using area models to solve problems related to the distributive property of multiplication.

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Use this graph-paper worksheet to help keep students' work neat and readable when they use partial quotients to solve division problems with larger dividends.

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Show students a new way to solve division problems with the partial quotients method. These problems are 3-digit by 1-digit and do not have remainders.

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Find the products of these 3-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems using the partial products method. This worksheet has boxes to write out each individual set of factors, as well as their products.

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On these five printable daily review worksheets, students will practice calculating greatest common factor (GCF), expressing decimal numbers in expanded form, solving word problems classifying triangles (acute/right/obtuse and isosceles/scalene/equilateral), and operations with decimals.

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Write each of the partial products in the boxes provided and add them together to solve the multiplication problems.

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On these pages, students will solve a 2-step word problem, add mixed numbers (with like denominators), count edges and vertices and solid figures, and compare expressions.

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These problems have 3-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors. Students can use the space on the graph paper to solve using partial quotients.

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This is a helpful guide to solving 3-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems with partial products.

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Multiply decimals to find the areas of each rectangle that makes up the irregular shape (rectilinear figure). Then add those together to find the total area.

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Practice calculating volume, converting pounds to ounces, and more with this last set of 5th grade daily word problems.

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This anchor chart shows how to solve a 5-digit by 1-digit division problem using the partial quotients method.

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