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5th Grade

Whether you’re looking for courses to build your 5th grade homeschool curriculum or a single course to supplement your child’s traditional classroom education, K12’s courses have what you need. In our 5th grade courses, your student will tackle basic algebra and mathematical reasoning, explore American history from pre-Revolution until 1865, and build their literary comprehension through exposure to poetry and the classics. In online 5th Grade Science, students build a watershed model, learn how cell membranes function, track hurricanes, and observe the effects of gravity. Your student can choose to continue his world language studies in French, Spanish, German, or Latin, and K12’s 5th Grade Art will introduce your child to the history of art in America.

As with all K12 course offerings, you can pick and choose which 5th grade courses suit your academic needs, giving you the power to individualize your student’s academic path to fit their learning style and interests. To ensure you’re happy with your chosen program, K12 offers affordable payment options as well as a 30-day, money-back guarantee.

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  1. Summit Intermediate American Art I, Semester 1 (ART05A)

    Intermediate American Art I includes an introduction to the artists, cultures, and great works of art and architecture of North America, from pre-Columbian times through 1877. Students will study and create various works, both realistic and abstract, including sketches, masks, architectural models, prints, and paintings; investigate the art of the American Indians, and Colonial and Federal America; and create artworks inspired by works they learn about, using many materials and techniques. For example, after studying John James Audubon’s extraordinary paintings of birds, students make bird paintings with realistic color and texture.

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  2. English Language Arts 5 Summit

    Summit English Language Arts 5 provides a well-balanced approach to literacy that connects reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and spelling into one integrated program. Dedicated time for keyboarding practice is also included. The course is made up of 12 units. Each unit contains workshops that center on one major focus (reading, writing, or word study) for instruction and reinforcement of big ideas. In reading workshops, students read independently in a variety of genres and formats—fiction, poetry, drama, nonfiction, magazines, and graphic novels—before exploring each text through various activities. In writing workshops, students analyze model writing samples and then work through the writing process to develop original compositions of their own. They learn about grammar, usage, and mechanics and apply those skills as they revise and proofread their work. In word study workshops, students grow their vocabulary by learning the meanings of groups of conceptually related words. Students also learn to focus on spelling patterns that are necessary to be fluent, proficient readers, writers, and spellers.

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  3. Intermediate Spanish II

    This course is the second year of our introductory Spanish courses. It provides a fun, interactive experience for a student�s continued exposure to the Spanish language. The content for each unit is based on an authentic story, myth or legend from Spanish-speaking culture. The course uses each authentic story as a way to help students acquire vocabulary and other key concepts. The course focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar principles, pronunciation, and culture, all of which are grasped through the story, games, activities, songs, and assessments. In addition, students learn to perform simple tasks in connection with each unit�s theme. Students engage in language learning in a rewarding, low-stress environment; get comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of Spanish; learn simple Spanish phrases and sentences related to each theme; continue to read, write, speak and listen for meaning in Spanish; and recognize distinctive practices and products of Spanish-speaking culture.

    From: $900.00

  4. Intermediate Spanish I

    This introductory Spanish course provides a fun, interactive experience for a student's first exposure to the Spanish language. The content for each unit is based on an authentic story, myth or legend from Spanish-speaking culture. Although the course focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar principles are intuitively grasped through the story, games, activities, songs, and assessments. In addition, students learn to perform simple tasks in connection with each unit's theme. Students engage in language learning in a rewarding, low-stress environment; get comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of Spanish; learn simple Spanish phrases; begin to read, write, speak and listen for meaning in Spanish; and recognize distinctive practices and products of Spanish-speaking culture.

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  5. Intermediate German I

    The Intermediate German Level 1 course consists of approximately 90 lesson days formatted in an intuitive calendar view, which can be taught over a semester. The content for each unit is based on an immersive authentic German story that ties in the vocabulary from the unit. Although the course focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar principles are intuitively grasped through the story, games, activities, and assessments. Culture lessons are presented through multi-media lessons covering cultural aspects of major German-speaking areas in Europe.

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  6. Intermediate French II

    The Level 2 French course is the second year of introductory French for students in grades 3-5. The content of each unit is based on an authentic story, myth, or legend from a French-speaking culture. Each story provides a framework for students to learn vocabulary, acquire basic grammar principles, practice pronunciation, and explore cultural topics. Story and song animations, practice activities, games, and assessments encourage students to engage with the French language in a rewarding, low-stress environment. As students move through the course, they will become more comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of French. They will learn simple French phrases related to each theme, and continue to read, write, speak and listen for meaning. They will also come to recognize some of the history, practices, and products that define French-speaking cultures around the world.

    From: $900.00

  7. Intermediate French I

    This introductory French course provides a fun, interactive experience for a student�s first exposure to the French language. The content for each unit is based on an authentic story, tale or legend from French-speaking culture. Although the course focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar principles are intuitively grasped through the story, games, activities, songs, and assessments. In addition, students learn to perform simple tasks in connection with each unit�s theme. Students engage in language learning in a rewarding, low-stress environment; get comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of French; learn simple French phrases; begin to read, speak and listen for meaning in French; and recognize distinctive practices and products of French-speaking culture.

    From: $900.00

  8. Intermediate Chinese I

    Students are introduced to Mandarin Chinese through a series of dynamic and engaging animations based on authentic Chinese stories. These stories share an aspect of Chinese culture and language from famous myths to historical tales familiar to all Chinese children. Each story introduces key vocabulary words and phrases that are then practiced through a series interactive games and activities. In addition, other video and media materials are used to further demonstrate culture and daily life in China. Students are introduced to simplified Characters throughout the course and targeted character based activities help to prepare students how to read and write Chinese characters. Students are challenged with comprehension quizzes at the end of every unit, as well as teacher-graded assignments where they will be able to speak Mandarin Chinese. All of the materials in the course are designed to familiarize students with Chinese culture, characters, vocabulary and simple phrases.

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  9. Math 5 Summit

    Math 5 Summit is designed to support true depth of knowledge required by today’s standards. With rich content to form conceptual understanding and enough practice to support mastery, including time built-in for individualized independent practice, games, and offline practice, Summit Math 5 includes the tools and technology that students need to succeed in a blended learning environment. Summit Math 5 focuses on expanding understanding of operations with fractions, developing a greater fluency with operations with multi-digit numbers, expanding understanding of decimals, and learning to perform operations with decimals, learning about the coordinate plane, and exploring volume.

    From: $900.00

  10. Placement Test - Star 360 Assessment

    Your placement test purchase entitles you to a discount in the amount of $14.99 on a future course purchase!* Renaissance Star Assessments allows Pre-K – 12 educators to assess and group students in order to target instruction, measure student growth, forecast performance on state summative assessments, and monitor student progress toward college and career readiness standards.

    *Offer is valid on prepaid courses only and excludes Learnbop, Stride, and Embark.  Offer must be used within 90 days of purchase. 

    $14.99

  11. Summit Intermediate American Art I, Semester 2 (ART05B)

    Summit Intermediate Art: Intermediate American Art I includes an introduction to the artists, cultures, and great works of art and architecture of North America, from pre-Columbian times through 1877. Students will study and create various works, both realistic and abstract, including sketches, masks, architectural models, prints, and paintings; investigate the art of the American Indians, and Colonial and Federal America; and create artworks inspired by works they learn about, using many materials and techniques. For example, after studying John James Audubon’s extraordinary paintings of birds, students make bird paintings with realistic color and texture.

    From: $450.00

  12. Summit American History Before 1865, Semester 1 (HST05A)

    The first half of a detailed two-year survey of the history of the United States, this course takes students from the arrival of the first people in North America through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Lessons integrate topics in geography, civics, and economics. Building on the awardwinning series A History of US, the course guides students through critical episodes in the story of America. Students investigate Native American civilizations; follow the path of European exploration and colonization; assess the causes and consequences of the American Revolution; examine the Constitution and the growth of the new nation; and analyze what led to the Civil War and its aftermath. This is the first semester of a two semester course.

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