Grade 5 Multiplication

This app develops fluency in multiplying multi-digit and decimal equations using the standard algorithm. G5M students solve expressions by means of orders of operations and properties of multiplication as useful strategies. G5M is a solid introduction to algebra, preparing students for the transition to advanced courses and their accompanying complexities.

Grade 5 Multiplication App Includes:

  • Five skill-based animated Learn Lesson videos:apptutor grade 5
    1. Order of Operations & Expressions
    2. Functions
    3. Properties & Strategies
    4. Long Multiplication
    5. Decimals
  • Five fun, interactive Try Modulesto practice & reinforce skills learned
    1. Function Factory interactive equation module
    2. Word Problem composition module
    3. Long Multiplication step-by-step instruction module
    4. More than 100 unique Flash Cards with correct answerscalculator app
    5. AppTutor Quick Challenge recollection exercise with a timer
  • Comprehensive skill-based testing to verify conceptual understanding of all Common Core skills addressed
  • Printable Hints Sheet for guidance
  • Worksheets with 600 unique questions for extra practice of specific skills (30 pages with answers)
  • Certificate of Achievement to celebrate the progress of a student


  • Always available Scratch Pad for additional problem solving work spacesolve equation
  • Supports 3 named students plus a guest user
  • Tracking includes independent progress status for each user
  • Design fully supports the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI)
  • 1-click detailed audio instruction available throughout
  • Intra-test wrong answer feedback to enhance recollection of key concepts
  • Random test question generation ensures equal testing and grading for all Common Core skills addressed
  • Over 1,300 unique problems throughout the app
  • Available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

Grade 5 Multiplication Common Core State Standards addressed include:

  • 5.OA.1 Use exponents, parentheses, brackets or braces in numerical expressions & evaluate expressions with these symbols.
    • 1.1 Algebra: Simplify expressions using order of operations, parentheses and exponents
  • 5.OA.2 Record numerical calculations using simple expressions and interpret them without engaging in evaluation.
    • 2.1 Algebra: Write variable expressions
    • 2.2 Algebra: Write equations to represent word problems
  • 5.OA.3 Create two numerical patterns applying two given rules. Recognize relationships between matching terms. Pair matching terms orderly and graph them onto a coordinate plane.
    • 3.1 Algebra: Function tables
    • 3.2 Algebra: Convert graphs to input/output tables
    • 3.3 Algebra: Graph linear functions
  • 5.NBT.2 Interpret patterns in the number of zeros of the end-product of multiplication by powers of 10 and explain regularities in the placement of the decimal point when dividing/multiplying a decimal by a power of 10. Represent powers of 10 through the use of whole-number exponents.
    • 2.1 Multiplication: Recognize multiplication patterns through increasing place values
    • 2.2 Multiplication: Multiply numbers containing zeroes
    • 2.3 Multiply decimals: Multiply decimals by a power of ten
  • 5.NBT.3.b Measure the similarity between two decimals and thousandths by using the placement of digits and present the results of measurement with >, =, and < symbols.
    • 3.7 Multiply decimals: Inequalities with decimal multiplication
  • 5.NBT.5 Become fluent in performing multi-digit multiplication of whole numbers relying on the use of the standard algorithm.
    • 5.1 Multiplication: Multiply by 2-digit numbers: complete the missing steps
    • 5.2 Multiplication: Multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number
    • 5.3 Multiplication: Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number
    • 5.4 Multiplication: Multiply by 2-digit numbers: word problems
    • 5.5 Multiplication: Multiply three or more numbers up to 2 digits each
    • 5.6 Multiplication: Multiply by 3-digit numbers
    • 5.7 Multiplication: Multiply three numbers up to 3 digits each
    • 5.8 Multiplication: Multiply three or more numbers: word problems
  • 5.NBT.6 Learn the application of strategies based on place value, the properties of operations and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Provide an explanation of a calculation by referencing equations, rectangular arrays and/or area models.
    • 6.1 Multiplication: Properties of multiplication
  • 5.NBT.7 Learn addition, subtraction and multiplication of decimals and hundredths relying on concrete models, drawings or strategies based on place value, properties of operations and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction. Connect a chosen strategy to a written method and provide the rationale for the reasoning used.
    • 7.7 Multiply decimals: Multiply one decimal by a single-digit whole number
    • 7.8 Multiply decimals: Multiply one decimal by a multi-digit whole number
    • 7.9 Multiply decimals: Multiply decimals and whole numbers (word problems)
    • 7.10 Multiply decimals: Multiply several amounts of money (word problems)
    • 7.11 Multiply decimals: Multiply several numbers that contain a decimal
    • 7.12 Multiply decimals: Multiply two decimals employing the grid method
    • 7.13 Multiply decimals: Multiply two decimals
  • 5.G.2 Map the real world and math problems onto the coordinate plane (1st quadrant) and explain the connection between the coordinate values and the issue at hand.
    • 2.1 Coordinate graphs: Graph points on a coordinate plane

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