Math Learning Goals for January 9-13

Math Learning Goals:

This week we will be learning about division.  Students are expected to represent a quotient up to a four-digit whole number divided by a one-digit number.  We will begin learning how to solve division problems using the strategy of Longhand Division.  We will use the acronym Does McDonalds Sell Cheese Burgers Regularly  to help remember the steps to Longhand Division.

Please click on the link below to see how we are teaching Longhand Division.

Longhand Division Lesson Video

Important Information:

On Tuesday, January 10th we will take the Writing Benchmark.  Students are able to bring snacks, such as pretzels and goldfish.

Dec. 12-16

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Monday, Dec. 12:  Wear a Christmas Hat!

Fundraiser Bouncy House…WEAR SOCKS!

Tuesday, Dec. 13:  Wear PJ’s!

Wednesday, Dec. 14:  Grinch/Whoville Day

Thursday, Dec. 15:  Tacky Christmas Wear

Early Release at 12:00  No lunch visitors!

Friday, Dec. 16:  Red & Green Day

Christmas Party 9:00-10:00

Early Release at 12:00  No lunch visitors!

Math Learning Goals Nov. 14-18 and Important Information

Math Learning Goals:

Students will continue to work on 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication using different strategies.

Important Information:

  • Picture retakes are Wednesday Nov. 16th.

  • Multiplication Test Thursday, Nov. 17th.

  • Career Projects are due this Friday, Nov. 18th.  Any work that was not finished in class last week, must must be completed at home.

Math Learning Goals for Nov. 7-11

Math Learning Goals:

We will continue to work on multiplying  numbers.

1. Students are expected to represent the product of 2 two-digit numbers using arrays, area  models, or equations including perfect squares through 15 by 15.

2. Students are expected to use strategies and algorithms, indulging the standard algorithm, to multiply to a four-digit number by a one-digit number and to multiply a two- digit number by a two-digit number.  Strategies include mental math, partial products and the commutative, associative, and distributive properties.

See examples below and video:

Using Base 10 Pieces to Multiply

Area Models for Multiplication

Video Using Expanded Form to Multiply

Area Model Video

Example of AREA MODEL

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DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY

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Math Learning Goals for Oct. 31- Nov. 4 and Important Information

Math Learning Goals:

  1.  Students are expected to determine products of a number and 10 or 100 using properties of operations and place value understandings. Ex:  96 X 100 = 9,600

  2. Students are expected to represent the product of 2 two-digit numbers using arrays, area models, or equations, including perfect squares through 15 by 15.

Important Information:

  • No costumes allowed on Monday for Halloween.

  • Early Release on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 12:00

Math Learning Goals Oct.24-28 and Important Information

Math Learning Goals:

  1. Students will continue to add and subtract whole numbers and decimals.
  2. Students are expected to multiply by 10 and 100.

*Multiplication Test on Friday, Oct. 28.  This will be a grade.

Important Information: 

Report Cards go home on Thursday, Oct. 27th

Red Ribbon Week 

Monday- wear red

Tuesday- Dress Like a Nerd

Wednesday- Dress like a Super Hero

Thursday- Crazy Hat day

Friday- Pajamas

No Halloween Costumes on Friday or on Halloween.