Ch 19: 5th Grade Math: Circles

About This Chapter

This chapter on circles features short, engaging video lessons designed to help 5th graders learn to calculate the different properties of a circle. Multiple-choice quizzes and an end-of-chapter test are also included to help test your students' understanding of key points.

Circles - Chapter Summary

The Circles chapter is divided into multiple lessons that cover key concepts related to the mathematical properties of circles. Students learn to identify the different parts of a circle as well as calculate angles, radius, diameter and more. The videos are available online and are taught by experienced instructors who use fun graphics and examples to present key points. You can also use the quizzes and chapter exam to assess your students' proficiency.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
Parts of a Circle Students learn to identify the center, radius, chords and diameter of a circle.
Central and Inscribed Angles Instructors explain the differences between central and inscribed angles.
Circles: Radius and Diameter Students learn formulas for calculating the radius and diameter of a circle.
Circles: Area and Circumference Instructors demonstrate how to determine the area and circumference of a circle.
Semicircles: Calculate Area, Perimeter, Radius, and Diameter In this lesson, students learn formulas for working with semicircles.
Quarter Circles: Calculate Area, Perimeter, and Radius With this lesson, students can learn how to determine the area, radius and perimeter of quarter circles.
Circle Word Problems Instructors demonstrate how to solve word problems containing circles.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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