Study kit

Mathematics Grade Five

Textbook’s authors
Obadiah Kiburi, Samuel Irumbi, Zipporah N. Muli, Francis Mwangi
Exercises kit’s authors
Obadiah Kiburi, Samuel Irumbi, Zipporah N. Muli, Francis Mwangi
Publisher
Kenya Literature Bureau
Included in packages
Free
  • The study kit contains 100 chapters and teacher’s exercises kit contains 83 exercises.
  • Textbook’s authors
    Obadiah Kiburi, Samuel Irumbi, Zipporah N. Muli, Francis Mwangi
  • Exercises kit’s authors
    Obadiah Kiburi, Samuel Irumbi, Zipporah N. Muli, Francis Mwangi
  • Subject
    Mathematics
  • Grade
    5.
  • Publisher
    Kenya Literature Bureau
  • Included in packages
    Free

1. Numbers – Whole Numbers

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Chapter
1.1. Place value and total value of digits up to hundreds of thousands
1.2. Reading and writing numbers up to hundreds of thousands in symbols
1.3. Reading and writing numbers in words up to tens of thousands
1.4. Ordering numbers up to tens of thousands
1.5. Rounding off numbers up to tens of thousands
1.6. Divisibility tests of 2, 5 and 10
1.7. Highest common factors (HCF) and greatest common divisors (GCD)
1.8. Least common multiples (LCM)

2. Numbers – Addition

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Chapter
2.1. Addition of up to three 6-digit numbers without regrouping
2.2. Addition of up to two 6-digit numbers with one regrouping
2.3. Addition of up to two 6-digit numbers with double regrouping
2.4. Estimating sums by rounding off addends
2.5. Creating number patterns involving addition

3. Numbers – Subtraction

Lead
Chapter
3.1. Subtraction of up to 6-digit numbers without regrouping
3.2. Subtraction of up to 6-digit numbers with regrouping
3.3. Estimating difference by rounding off numbers to the nearest hundreds
3.4. Estimating differences by rounding off numbers to the nearest thousand
3.5. Combined operations involving addition and subtraction
3.6. Patterns involving subtraction

4. Numbers – Multiplication

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Chapter
4.1. Multiplication of a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number
4.2. Multiplication of a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number without regrouping
4.3. Multiplication of a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number with regrouping
4.4. Estimating products by rounding off factors to the nearest ten
4.5. Estimating products using friendly factors
4.6. Number patterns involving multiplication

5. Numbers – Division

Lead
Chapter
5.1. Division of a 2-digit number by a 2­digit number
5.2. Division of a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number
5.3. Relationship between multiplication and division
5.4. Estimating quotients by rounding off dividend and divisor to the nearest ten
5.5. Combined operations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
5.6. Creating number games and puzzles involving division

6. Numbers – Fractions

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Chapter
6.1. Equivalent fractions
6.2. Simplifying fractions
6.3. Comparing fractions
6.4. Ordering fractions
6.5. Addition of fractions with same denominator
6.6. Subtraction of fractions with same denominator
6.7. Addition of fractions with one renaming
6.8. Subtraction of fractions with one renaming

7. Numbers – Decimals

Lead
Chapter
7.1. Decimals up to thousandths
7.2. Place value of decimals up to thousandths
7.3. Ordering decimals up to thousandths from the smallest to the largest
7.4. Ordering decimals up to thousandths from the largest to the smallest
7.5. Addition of decimals up to thousandths
7.6. Subtraction of decimals up to thousandths

8. Measurement – Length

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Chapter
8.1. Measuring distance
8.2. Metres and kilometres
8.3. Addition of metres and kilometres
8.4. Subtraction of metres and kilometres
8.5. Multiplication of metres and kilometres by whole numbers
8.6. Division of kilometres and metres by whole numbers

9. Measurement – Area

Lead
Chapter
9.1. Square centimetre
9.2. Finding area of rectangles and squares by counting one centimetre squares
9.3. Area of rectangle and square as a product of rows and columns
9.4. Area of the rectangle or square as the product of length and width

10. Measurement – Volume

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Chapter
10.1. Cubic Centimetre
10.2. Volume of Cubes and Cuboids using the Formula
10.3. Volume of Cubes and Cuboids

11. Measurement – Capacity

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Chapter
11.1. Millilitre
11.2. Litres and Millilitres
11.3. Conversion of Units of Capacity
11.4. Addition of Litres and Millilitres
11.5. Subtraction of Litres and Millilitres
11.6. Multiplication of Litres and Millilitres
11.7. Division of Litres and Millilitres

12. Measurement – Mass

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Chapter
12.1. Measuring Mass in Grams
12.2. The Kilogram and the Gram
12.3. Addition of Grams and Kilograms
12.4. Subtraction of Grams and Kilograms
12.5. Multiplication of Grams and Kilograms
12.6. Division of Grams and Kilograms

13. Measurement – Time

Lead
Chapter
13.1. Measuring Time. Second. Minute
13.2. Conversion of units of time
13.3. Arithmethic with Time. Addition
13.4. Arithmethic with Time. Subtraction
13.5. Arithmethic with Time. Multiplication 
13.6. Arithmethic with Time. Division

14. Measurement – Money

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Chapter
14.1. Budget
14.2. Tax
14.3. Bank. Savings

15. Geometry – Lines – Angles

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Chapter
15.1. Identifying and drawing horizontal and vertical lines
15.2. Perpendicular and parallel lines
15.3. Angles
15.4. Measuring angles
15.5. Measuring angles in degrees

16. Geometry – 3D Objects

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Chapter
16.1. 3D-Objects
16.2. Cuboid
16.3. Cube
16.4. Cylinder
16.5. Pyramid
16.6. Sphere

17. Data Handling – Data Representation

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Chapter
17.1. Collection and Representation of Data Using Tables
17.2. Representation of Data through Piling
17.3. Interpretation of Data Represented through Piling

18. Algebra – Simple Equations with One Unknown

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Chapter
18.1. Forming Simple Equations (1)
18.2. Forming Simple Equations (2)
18.3. Forming Simple Equations (3)
18.4. Solving Simple Equations (1)
18.5. Solving Simple Equations (2)
18.6. Solving Simple Equations (3)
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