Mrs.
Shannon
Sullivan
3rd Grade 6628958751 Email View All Teachers

Multiplication
Due Date: 9/18/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue to use multiple strategies multiplication and division strategies.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will discuss the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 20 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.. All fact fluency grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
This week we will use multiple strategies multiplication and division strategies.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will discuss the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 20 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.. All fact fluency grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Multiplication
Due Date: 9/11/2016 Subject: Math This week we will use multiple strategies multiplication and division strategies.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will discuss the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 20 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.. All fact fluency grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Word Problems
Due Date: 9/4/2016 Subject: Math We will begin studying word problems. We will use the CUBES strategy to help us.
We will also discuss important or key words for addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all)
Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
We will continue practicing rounding.
Please review this with your child.
We will continue to work on addition and subtraction with regrouping. Also review:
Addition Properties
Identity 5+0=5
Commutative 6+4=4+6
Associative 5+(3+2)=(5+3)+2
Homework Packets sent home on Monday to be completed and returned by Friday.
Rounding
Due Date: 8/27/2016 Subject: Math This week we will be discussing rounding. Please review this with your child.
We will continue to work on addition and subtraction with regrouping. Also review:
Addition Properties
Identity 5+0=5
Commutative 6+4=4+6
Associative 5+(3+2)=(5+3)+2
Homework Packets sent home on Monday to be completed and returned by Friday.
Math
Due Date: 8/15/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue to work on addition and subtraction with regrouping.
Addition Properties Identity 5+0=5 Commutative 6+4=4+6 Associative 5+(3+2)=(5+3)+2
Math Review
Due Date: 5/7/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Math Review
Due Date: 4/30/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Math Review
Due Date: 4/23/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Math Review
Due Date: 4/16/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Perimeter and Area
Due Date: 4/11/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Perimeter and Area
Due Date: 4/2/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing perimeter and area. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.(fence trim) Area is surface covered. (carpet paint)
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Perimeter
Due Date: 3/29/2016 Subject: Math This week we will begin discussing perimeter. Perimeter is the distance AROUND an object.
This week we will also continue discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Quadrilaterals
Due Date: 3/20/2016 Subject: Math This week we will begin discussing quadrilaterals while comparing and classifying other shapes.
We will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time, measurement, line plots, addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's,7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's. 7's and 9's are new for this nine weeks. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Measurement and Line Plots
Due Date: 3/6/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time and continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Measurement and Line Plots
Due Date: 2/28/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots then generate and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continuously review elapsed time and continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. These are difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Measurement and Line Plots
Due Date: 2/21/2016 Subject: Math This week we will begin measuring to the 1 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch. We will also use the information gathered from our measurements to fill in line plots and answer questions with the data given.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Review
Due Date: 2/20/2016 Subject: Math This week we will review two step word problems.
Turn in homework packet on Friday. 60 problem multiplication quiz on Friday.
Fractions
Due Date: 2/6/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning. We will place fractions on a numberline and determine which fractions are equivalent or equal.. 2/4=1/2 3/12=1/4 4/6=2/3
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Comparing Fractions
Due Date: 2/1/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning. We will place fractions on a numberline and determine which fractions are equivalent or equal.. 2/4=1/2 3/12=1/4 4/6=2/3
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Equivalent Fractions
Due Date: 1/25/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning. We will place fractions on a numberline and determine which fractions are equivalent or equal.. 2/4=1/2 3/12=1/4 4/6=2/3
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Equivalent Fractions
Due Date: 1/17/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning. We will place fractions on a numberline and determine which fractions are equivalent or equal.. 2/4=1/2 3/12=1/4 4/6=2/3
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Fractions
Due Date: 1/10/2016 Subject: Math This week we will start discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning.
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Fractions on a numberline and equivalent fractions
Due Date: 1/9/2016 Subject: Math This week we will continue discussing fractions. The students will learn numerator and denominator, parts of a whole, and partitioning. We will place fractions on a numberline and determine which fractions are equivalent or equal.. 2/4=1/2 3/12=1/4 4/6=2/3
We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more) Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 60 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade. The students will have 5 minutes to complete the test.
Homework Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Two Step Word Problems
Due Date: 12/6/2015 Subject: Math This week we will start discussing two step word problems. We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8
Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all)
Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors)
Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of) Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 40 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, 6's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
Homework Have math log signed nightly
and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Two Step Word Problems
Due Date: 11/29/2015 Subject: Math This week we will start discussing two step word problems. We will continue to use CUBES to solve word problems. This strategy helps to eliminate any unnecessary information.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8
Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 Distributive 8X23= 8X20=160 8X3=24 therefore (8X20)+(8X3)==184
We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all)
Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors)
Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weekly fact fluency test will consist of 40 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, 6's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK
Have math log signed nightly
and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Area, distributive property, and decomposing irregular shapes to find area
Due Date: 11/21/2015 Subject: Math We will be discussing area in Math until Thanksgiving.
Width x Length = Area We will learn how to braek apart the larger numbers using the Distributive Dude method.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 40 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, 6's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Area and distibutive property
Due Date: 11/8/2015 Subject: Math
We will be discussing area in Math until Thanksgiving.
Width x Length = Area We will learn how to braek apart the larger numbers using the Distributive Dude method.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 40 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, 6's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Area
Due Date: 11/7/2015 Subject: Math We will be discussing area in Math until Thanksgiving. Width x Length = Area
mass and volume
Due Date: 10/31/2015 Subject: Math This week we will determine how the mass of an object orthe volume of a container should be measured. We will work one step word problems with measurements but will not convert any measurements.
We will review time to the minute and time to the five minute intervals. We will continue practicing many different strategies to help determine how much time has passed or elapsed time.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 40 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, 6's and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
Multiplication and division word problems
Due Date: 10/5/2015 Subject: Math This week we will continue to discuss multiplication and division strategies.
We will continue working with addition and subtraction with regrouping. This is a difficult skill for students to master so we will work on it throughout the year.
We will continue discussing the properties of multiplication. Identity 8x1=8 Commutative 8x3=24 3x8=24 Associative (2x3)x4=24 2x(3x4)=24 We will use patterns to determine multiplication outcomes.
We will also continue discussing important or key words for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction word problems. Addition (total, sum, both, all together, combined, and in all) Subtraction(How many more, how many are left, remains, difference, decrease, minus, and how much more)
These will be on the assessment on October 8. Multiplication(product, combination, times, factors) Division(split, dividend, quotient, each, equal parts, out of)
Our weeekly fact fluency test will consisit of 20 multiplication problems with 0's, 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.. All 9 grades will be averaged for 1 final grade.
HOMEWORK Have math log signed nightly and complete the homework packet provided on Monday. It is due completed by Friday.
