Rising

5th Graders:
Summer Math Series

Content focused on the

big ideas

Our curated series of Grade 4 lessons is designed for students to complete over any 4 to 6-week summer program.

Equivalent Fractions

38 Lessons | Grade 4 Mission 5

These Grade 4 lessons focus on fractions and decimals. Students compare fractions, evaluate equivalence, and learn that the same methods they used for whole number operations can be used to add, subtract, and multiply fractions.

Decimal Fractions

15 Lessons | Grade 4 Mission 6

These Grade 4 lessons extend the understanding of fraction equivalence to decimal operations. This series is intended to ensure students have a solid grasp of these ideas to close out 5th grade successfully.

Our

approach to Summer Series

Zearn’s targeted summer content series for rising 5th graders is designed based on:

Big ideas of math that help students build dense connections within and across grades.

Data from 9.9+ Bn problems completed on our platform, with insights into precisely where students struggle and the most relevant foundational content.

Embedded learning acceleration throughout the Zearn program, including friendly onramps and just-in-time support on all grade-level concepts.

What's included

Daily digital math lessons
  • Consistent structure of learning activities, including new concept exploration with on-screen teachers
  • Built-in Tier 1 intervention in all digital lessons
  • Embedded daily digital diagnostic in every lesson
Real-time data visibility
  • Detailed reporting for each student
  • Flexibility to share reports with teachers or tutors
Materials for hands-on problem solving
  • Problem solving activities for teachers or tutors
    (in Spanish, too!)
  • Guidance to facilitate lively math discussions where students explore different ways to solve problems
Easy account setup
  • Individual logins for all students and teachers or tutors (create a free account now to access!)
  • Access to Zearn Help Center with 250+ help topics

FAQs

Zearn math book and notebook for students to learn math.

Create a free account to get access to all content. For districts and schools interested in targeted Spring/Summer 2022 programs, contact us.