Grades 3-5:
Classroom Implementation Guidelines

Woot Math’s Adaptive Practice enables students to master fractions and decimals by building conceptual understanding.

Whole Class or Rotation Model
2-4 sessions per week
20 to 30 minutes per session
Target 2-3 stars for mastery
Starting Book:
3th & 4th Grade -
Making Sense of Fractions
5th Grade -
Fraction Refresher II

For grades 3-5, Woot Math is a grade level supplement for core fraction and decimal curriculum. Woot Math enables students to succeed by using multiple representations and by leveraging interactive models to build conceptual understanding.

We recommend that you begin by assigning your students the first book — Making Sense of Fractions.

We recommend you begin by assigning your students with the first book — Making Sense of Fractions. If your students are performing at grade level, you could also start with Fraction Refresher I followed by Advanced Ordering Fractions (typically the first 4th grade topic).

We recommend you begin by assigning your students the book Fraction Refresher II followed by Advanced Fraction Addition (typically the first topic in 5th grade).

How do I assign a specific book on the teacher dashboard?

From the Adaptive Practice dashboard, you can assign a book by selecting from the drop-down menu as shown here:

Note that your students will not see the grade associated with the book you assign.

What is a Woot Math session?

A session is a dedicated time that students can independently work on Woot Math. A session can happen during a math lesson or during individual study time.

How do I use the Adaptive Practice Problem Bank?

For in-class instruction, Woot Math provides teachers access to the thousands of interactive problems that students use in Adaptive Practice. These hands-on, digital manipulatives can easily be projected onto a whiteboard and really bring to life group-led instruction. This problem bank also provides you with visibility into the scope and sequence for each topic covered by Fractions Unlocked adaptive practice for students.