DC is in 5th grade and I'm curious what the math curriculum is in other schools, since mine is doing basic algebra and inequalities, after having spent 5 months on order of operations. Also, a lot of time on writing.

Algebra? Seems pretty advanced. Mine I think is doing decimals and fractions and some other stuff -- pretty easy. I probably need to check on her work more often. Lots of writing. Reading. Studying Ancient Greece in social studies.

Test prep is all they did for the last month or so.

Is this private school? Public standard 5th grade curriculum is decimals, very basic fractions and some measurement crap that's ridiculously easy.

Yes, private. DC did fractions and decimals in 4th grade.

Algebra? Seems pretty advanced. Mine I think is doing decimals and fractions and some other stuff -- pretty easy. I probably need to check on her work more often. Lots of writing. Reading. Studying Ancient Greece in social studies.

When I say "Algebra," I mean the very basic. Like, x+1=3, solve for x. Nothing like quadratic equations or anything.

Fractions, graphing, order of operations, word problems For math. Science working on weather patterns , climates

That sounds more like 6th grade work, so it is advanced for 5th grade. is this a brag post?

What? I didn't think it was advanced at all, that is why I was asking in the first place.

And I'm not bragging. Believe me, I don't have much to brag about and neither does my DC.