Grade 5 Math Tests and Topic Quizzes
After writing materials for every level of the math curriculum and then coming back to it, I got a very good grasp of the range of difficulty of the problems. I find this level has one of the most diverse ranges of difficulty out of everything. It reminds me of a question asked by an ecology professor from years back. Question 1: "What color is the sky?" Question 2: "On a molecular level, what transitions of molecules creates the blue color? Be specific."
- Fifth Grade Core Sampler
Test - An extreme overview of curriculum in a thirty-minute
Choice Questions Form A - This format is becoming the mainstay
of most national exams.
Choice Questions Version 2 - The complete exam. Full coverage
of every standard found at this level.
Choice Questions Sampler Version 3 - This is a shorter exam,
just 25 questions. Great for a quick review!
- Full Length Practice
Exam - Every standard under the sun is covered in this full
Response Questions Form B - I see this form more on a state-level
Response Questions Form C - This format has been faded out a
bit. Administrators seem to feel it is too subjective and difficult
to score fairly.
5 Operations and Algebraic Thinking Quiz - Order of operations,
working with expressions, and understanding math patterns.
5 Numbers and Base Ten Operations Quiz - A heavy emphasis is
given to decimal place value, rounding and decimal operations.
5 Fractions Quiz - Students start to see how fractions are used
in their everyday lives. We also cover every operation known to
man with them.
5 Measurement and Data Quiz - Lots of unit conversion and understanding
dimensions and the relative volume that is a result.
- Grade 5 Geometry Quiz - This is the specific area at this level that you will see a huge range of difficulty. It's like the core standards are incomplete in this topic area.