### 1. Understand place value up to millions.

In 5th grade, students should be able to understand place value up to millions. This includes being able to read and write numbers in standard form up to this point, as well as being able to understand and work with larger numbers in other forms (expanded form, word form, etc.).

### 2. Round decimals to the nearest tenth and hundredth.

In 5th grade, students should be able to round decimals to the nearest tenth and hundredth. This includes understanding what a decimal is, as well as being able to identify the digit in the ones and tenths places, and rounding accordingly.

### 3. Multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100, and 1000.

In 5th grade, students should be able to multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100, and 1000. This includes understanding what a decimal is, as well as being able to multiply or divide by these numbers using mental math or paper-and-pencil methods.

### 4. Convert fractions to decimals and vice versa.

In 5th grade, students should be able to convert fractions to decimals and vice versa. This includes understanding what a fraction is, as well as being able to convert between these two types of numbers using either mental math or a calculator.

### 5. Add and subtract fractions with common denominators.

In 5th grade, students should be able to add and subtract fractions with common denominators. This includes understanding what a fraction is, as well as being able to add or subtract fractions that have the same denominator using either mental math or a calculator.

### 6. Find the square root of a number.

In 5th grade, students should be able to find the square root of a number. This includes understanding what a square root is, as well as being able to find the square root of a number using mental math or a calculator.

### 7. Graph linear equations in two variables.

In 5th grade, students should be able to graph linear equations in two variables. This includes understanding what a linear equation is, as well as being able to graph them on a coordinate plane using either mental math or a calculator.

### 8. Solve systems of linear equations in two variables.

In 5th grade, students should be able to solve systems of linear equations in two variables. This includes understanding what a system of linear equations is, as well as being able to solve them using either mental math or a calculator.

### 9. Understand basic concepts of geometry.

In 5th grade, students should be able to understand basic concepts of geometry. This includes understanding what points, lines, angles, and shapes are, as well as being able to identify them in the world around us.

### 10. Compute percent change.

In 5th grade, students should be able to compute percent change. This includes understanding what percent change is, as well as being able to calculate it using mental math or a calculator.