Ready to homeschool Fifth Grade math? My goal is to help you learn to use the free, high-quality, downloadable MEP Math curriculum to homeschool your fifth grader.
What Will Your Student Learn in Fifth Grade? Your student will be continuing to improve on their math skills learning to work with decimals up to the thousandths, covert fractions into decimals and percentages, as well as multiply fractions by whole numbers. They’ll also dive deeper into working with measurements and angles including using both the SI and Imperial units of measurement as well as working with angles, shapes, and lines. Basic statistics are also covered including calculating mean, median, mode, and range for a set of numbers and understanding probabilities as fractions and percentages.
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Using the MEP Math Curriculum
- Watch the How-to Videos for the MEP Math Curriculum (below)
- Download the free MEP Math Support Materials
- Download the free MEP Math Curriculum
Watch the How-To Videos for the MEP Math Curriculum
Download the Fifth Grade MEP Math Support Materials
Download Year 6 MEP Math Curriculum
Ready to download the free MEP Math Curriculum? Click the button below to view directions on how to download the math curriculum and important tips for keeping the curriculum files organized. The MEP Year 6 materials are equivalent to what is typically taught in the U.S. in fifth grade.
Once you’re ready, check out our videos and support materials for using Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA), Core Knowledge History and Geography (CKHG), and Core Knowledge Science (CKSci) for Fifth Grade.
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MEP Math has been made available through the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching