
5Fifth Class Standards
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Data

5.D.1.1
Representing and interpreting data
• collect, organise and represent data using pictograms, single and multiple bar charts and simple pie charts
• read and interpret pictograms, single and multiple bar charts, and pie charts
• compile and use simple data sets
• explore and calculate averages of simple data sets
• use data sets to solve problems 

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5.D.1.2
Chance
• identify and list all possible outcomes of simple random processes
• estimate the likelihood of occurrence of events
• construct and use frequency charts and tables 

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5.D.1.1

Shape and Space

5.SS.1.1
2D shapes
• make informal deductions about 2D shapes and their properties
• use angle and line properties to classify and describe triangles and quadrilaterals
• identify the properties of the circle
• construct a circle of given radius or diameter
• tessellate combinations of 2D shapes
• classify 2D shapes according to their lines of symmetry
• use 2D shapes and properties to solve problems 

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5.SS.1.2
3D shapes
• identify and examine 3D shapes and explore relationships, including tetrahedron (faces, edges and vertices)
• draw the nets of simple 3D shapes and construct the shapes 

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5.SS.1.3
Lines and angles
• recognise, classify and describe angles and relate angles to shape and the environment
• recognise angles in terms of a rotation
• estimate, measure and construct angles in degrees
• explore the sum of the angles in a triangle 

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5.SS.1.1

Number

5.NS.1.1
Place value
• read, write and order whole numbers and decimals
• identify place value in whole numbers and decimals
• round whole numbers and round decimals 

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5.NS.1.2
Operations
• estimate sums, differences, products and quotients of whole numbers
• add and subtract whole numbers and decimals (to three decimal places) without and with a calculator
• multiply a decimal (up to three places) by a whole number, without and with a calculator
• divide a threedigit number by a twodigit number, without and with a calculator
• divide a decimal number by a whole number, without and with a calculator 

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5.NS.1.3
Fractions
• compare and order fractions and identify equivalent forms of fractions with denominators 212
• express improper fractions as mixed numbers and vice versa and position them on the number line
• add and subtract simple fractions and simple mixed numbers
• multiply a fraction by a whole number
• express tenths, hundredths and thousandths in both fractional and decimal form 

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5.NS.1.4
Decimals and percentages
• develop an understanding of simple percentages and relate them to fractions and decimals
• compare and order fractions and decimals
• solve problems involving operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and simple percentages 

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5.NS.1.5
Number theory
• identify simple prime and composite numbers
• identify square and rectangular numbers
• identify factors and multiples 

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5.NS.1.1

Measures

5.M.1.1
Length
• select and use appropriate instruments of measurement
• estimate and measure length using appropriate metric units
• estimate and measure the perimeter of regular and irregular shapes. 

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5.M.1.2
Area
• discover that the area of a rectangle is length by breadth
• estimate and measure the area of regular and irregular 2D shapes
• calculate area using square centimetres and square metres
• compare visually square metres and square centimetres. 

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5.M.1.3
Weight
• select and use appropriate instruments of measurement
• estimate and measure weight using appropriate metric units 

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5.1105


5.M.1.4
Capacity
• select and use appropriate instruments of measurement
• estimate and measure capacity using appropriate metric units 

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5.M.1.5
Time
• read and interpret timetables and the 24hour clock (digital and analogue)
• interpret and convert between times in 12hour and 24hour format 

5.M.1.6
Money (use up to introduction of the euro)
• compare 'value for money' using unitary method 

5.M.1.7
Money  euro
• compare 'value for money' using unitary method 

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5.M.1.1

Algebra

5.OA.1.1
Directed numbers
• identify positive and negative numbers in context 

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5.OA.1.2
Rules and properties
• explore and discuss simple properties and rules about brackets and priority of operation
• identify relationships and record verbal and simple symbolic rules for number patterns 

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5.OA.1.3
Equations
• translate number sentences with a frame into word problems and vice versa
• solve onestep number sentences and equations 

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5.OA.1.1