# Grade 5 Module 4 Lessons Homework Help

Unit 3:  Fractions

Fraction/Percentages Pathway

Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers Study Jam

Add and Subtract with Unlike Denominators Study Jam

Bianca's 50% Solution

Changing Fractions to Percents Brainpop

Comparing Numbers

Comparing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Study Jam

Convert Improper Fractions

Create a line plot with Fractions

Decimals, Fractions, Percents Equivalents Study Jam

Dunk Tank Mean Median Mode

Dunk Tank Ratio and Proportion

Equivalent Fraction Splat

Finding a Fraction of a Set Study Jam

Fruit Splat Fractions

IXL Add Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators

IXL Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Word Problems

IXL Line Plot Fractions

IXL Multiplying Fractions:  Word Problems

IXL Multiplication with Mixed Number Word Problems

IXL Percent Word Problems

Khan - Dividing Fractions Word Problems

Khan Academy Line Plots with Fractions

Khan Academy Solve Problems with Line Plots

Line Plots Involving Fractions

Line Plots with Fractions

MathFROG comparing fractions and decimals

Math Playground Multiplying Fractions

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Khan Academy

Percents Study Jam

Percent Word Problems: Penguins

Practice Dividing Fractions

Ordering Fractions

Ordering Fractions and Decimals Study Jam

Ratio Blaster

Solving Problems by Interpreting Data on a Line Plot

Triplets (equivalent fractions game)

Understanding Division of Fractions Khan Academy

Where do we use ratios in Everyday life Khan Academy

Math Class Chalk Talks
Go step by step through the video then test yourself. Record your group's % correct.

Play Battleship with Fractions as a team.

Create a number line with construction or wrapping paper, showing how to compare fractions with different denominators using the benchmark strategy.
Watch the BrainPop video, take the graded quiz, and submit your group score on Class DoJo.

ChalkTalk 5.5 Rounding           Decimals
Watch the video step by step then test yourself. Record your group's.

ChalkTalk 5.6 Fractions and Decimals part 2
Watch the video step by step and test yourself. Record your group's score below.

Watch the BrainPop video, take the graded quiz, and submit your group score on Class DoJo.

Greatest Common Factor  - Watch the Study Jams Step by Step video, and the Watch Out!, and the Do It.  Then, take the quiz and turn in your score.

Chalk Talk 8.1 Least Common Multiple - Watch the Study Jams Step by Step video, and the Watch Out!, and the Do It.  Then, take the quiz and upload your score.

Watch the BrainPop video, take the graded quiz, and submit your group score on Class DoJo.

Watch the brainpop on graphs. Take the quiz with your group.  The username is sandcreekes and the password is brainpop.

Complete one of the 4 ratio activities on this website then click on and take the Topic Test.

Watch the BrainPop video . Take the graded quiz and record your groups score in you group DoJo.
Play the game Snow Sprint. Record your scores.

ChalkTalk 8.8 Multiplication of Mixed Numbers
Watch the step by step video. Work collaboratively with your group to complete the Test Yourself. Record your groups score.

ChalkTalk 8.12 Dividing Fractions
Play the game on mathplayground.com and record your score.

How 'bout those modes?!
What do we do when there is more than one mode, or.....it appears there is not a mode?!!

Line Graphs - Line Gem 1

Create A Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/

measuring interquartile range

# The Down the Drain Project

## How Much Water Do You Use?

How much water do you use everyday in your home? Would you be surprised to learn that according to the USGS the average American uses between 80-100 gallons (approx. 300 - 375 liters) of water per day? Do you think people in other parts of the world use more or less water than Americans? Well, this collaborative project will help you find out the answers to these questions. By collecting data on water usage from people around the world you will be able to see how your water use compares to others and determine what you might do to use less water.

http://www.k12science.org/curriculum/drainproj/instructions/

Personal Water Use Data Chart

Toilets

Unfortunately, these appliances use a lot of water to do their dirty work. And when drought plagues, we worry that the toilet is flushing away too much of a valuable commodity.

Most people don't realize how much of our water toilets hog. After outdoor irrigation, toilets consume the most water in a residential home. Flushing a toilet accounts for 14 percent of the water used both inside and outside a home [source: Alliance for Water Efficiency]. And if you measure only indoor appliances, the percentage of water used by toilets goes even higher. Flushing a toilet uses 38 percent, or more than a third of the water, utilized indoors in the typical U.S. home [source: Massachusetts Water Resources Authority].

Enter the low-flow or low-flush toilet. Since 1992, U.S. law has mandated that new toilets sold in the United States be low-flow or low-flush, which means that they consume no more than 1.6 gallons (6 liters) per flush. Before that time, typical toilets sold in the United States used 3.5 to 7 gallons (13.24 to 26.5 liters) per flush.

Showers

Federal regulations mandate new shower heads flow less than 2.5 gallons per minute with a line feed pressure of 80 pounds per square inch.

Although actual consumption varies with water pressure at the shower head inlet and the exact flow rate of the shower head, a reasonable average for a 5 minute shower using a low-flow head would be 7-8 gallons of water. This is because most homes have far less than 80psi line pressure, the typical pressure being around 50psi.

Older high-flow or unrestricted shower heads in systems with more typical 50psi water mains pressure can flow over 4 gallons per minute. A 5 minute shower would use 20 gallons of water with an older unrestricted shower head, although it could be more.

Bath Tub

An average 5ft bathtub can hold 60 gallons of water before it begins to over flow.

Dishwasher

The average water use per dishwasher cycle decreased from a range of 11-15 gallons per normal cycle in 1978 (Garrett, 1978) to 6-10 gallons per normal cycle in 2000 (Soap and Detergent Association [SDA], 2000). Despite the fact dishwashers are designed to be resource efficient, other significant determining factors on resource usage are the result of decisions of the consumer.

Laundry

According to Consumer Report and the California Energy Commission Consumer Energy Center, a typical load of laundry uses approximately 40-45 gallons per load.

## High-Efficiency Washers

Front-loading washers have a door for the laundry at the front, like a dryer, and they tumble the clothes through the water similarly to how a dryer operates, too. These are considered high-efficiency washers in part because they don't need as much water as older washers; some top-loading washers are also designed specifically to be high-efficiency washers. Both types use around 15-25 or 30 gallons of water, though some are capable of less.

Related Websites:

http://wateruseitwisely.com/100-ways-to-conserve/

http://www.denverwater.org/conservation/

http://highlandsranch.org/community/green-page/water-conservation/

http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/freshwater/water-conservation-tips/

http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/groundwater/

measurement conversion memory trick

Unit 3:  Geometry

Tessellation Exploration
Directions:

1.  Complete one online tessellation activity.
2.  Learn about a more complex form of       tessellations, then gather the supplies and complete your own.  Or, use the paper cut method to complete your own.  Complete one of these.

The Sierpinski Triangle - use the triangle grid paper to create your own
The Jurassic Park Fractal - create your own by repeating interations.
The Kock Snowflake-use the triangle grid paper to create your own

Fractals:  What is a Fractal

Make a Sierpinski Triangle