Fifth Grade

Texarkana ISD Virtual Academy Fifth Grade

Course Details


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Free Sample Lesson

What Your Child Will Learn in Fifth Grade


  • Reading children’s classics and Newbery Award winners
  • Developing critical thinking and comprehension skills

Spelling & Vocabulary

  • Reinforcing correct spelling through daily exercises and spelling strategies
  • Reviewing commonly misspelled words
  • Introducing cross-curricular words
  • Integrating spelling with phonics, vocabulary studies, reading, and writing


  • Writing reports and original stories
  • Paragraphing
  • Outlining subjects from History, Reading, Geography, and Science lessons


  • Identifying the eight parts of speech
  • Types of sentences
  • Subject; predicate
  • Correct usage


Featuring Calvert Math

  • Multiplying up to three digits
  • Geometry points, lines, and rays
  • Measuring angles
  • Adding mixed numerals and decimals
  • Multiplying and dividing decimals
  • Adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying fractions
  • Perimeter, area, volume
  • Statistics, graphing, and probability
  • Ratios and percents


Studying plants, weather, climate, energy, matter, Earth and its resources, ecosystems, and the human body


Lessons, activities, and online interactive learning tools integrated with curriculum, particularly Science:

  • Practicing keyboarding and touch typing
  • Intermediate word processing and desktop publishing
  • Database and Internet research skills
  • Graphs, tables, and formulas in spreadsheets
  • Creating databases
  • Basic HTML
  • Using presentation software


  • Memorizing
  • Reading
  • Literary devices
  • Symbolism


  • Surveying American history from ancient civilizations through September 11, 2001
  • Emphasizing early American Indian cultures, colonization, the Revolution, westward expansion, the Civil War and its aftermath, industrialization, and the United States in the 20th century


  • Exploring the five themes of geography
  • Studying the United States by region, with focus on landforms, waterways, natural resources, parks, monuments, cities, state capitals, industry, agriculture, and climate
  • State reports
  • Extending map and globe skills
  • Canada; Latin America

Art History

Using A Child’s History of Art: Painting, by Hillyer and Huey, cover paintings from Ancient Egypt through the modern art movement


  • Learning different art techniques including contour, naturalism, murals, and linear perspective
  • Applying techniques discussed in Art History

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