Classroom Activities and Assignments

Instructors
Term
2018-2019 School Year
Department
Description
This is an exciting year in 4th grade math.  We are going to begin the year by studying place value, rounding, addition, and subtraction.

We will be using https://www.zearn.org/  and https://www.ixl.com/ for practice on skills.

Upcoming Assignments

No upcoming assignments.

Past Assignments

Due: Friday, May 17

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!
HALF DAY!

Due: Thursday, May 16

Students will review a variety of skills they have learned in 4th grade through playing math games, completing  IXL lessons, and working on practice problems.

Due: Thursday, May 16

On Thursday, May 16th, we will be having our final incentive day for students who have not received a citation or an office referral in the 4th 9 weeks.  This will be such a fun time! Your child will be bringing home more info about this day!

Field Day

Due: Tuesday, May 14

Students will review a variety of skills they have learned in 4th grade through playing math games, completing  IXL lessons, and working on practice problems.

Due: Monday, May 13

I can generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule. I can identify
apparent features of a pattern.

NearPod Lesson: Analyzing Patterns
Code for at home independent practice: BMSPY

Due: Friday, May 10

Review comparing fractions and equivalent fractions.
In 5th grade, students will use equivalent fractions to create common denominators. Students need a strong basis and number sense of fractions to succeed in 5th grade.

Due: Thursday, May 9

I can recognize and draw lines of symmetry for two-dimensional figures.
IXL Y Skills
NearPod: Self-Paced Lesson Code OAQRL - For at home practice

Farm Day

Due: Tuesday, May 7

Review adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
Review changing improper fractions to mixed numbers

These are important skills for students to have mastered before they enter 5th grade. In 5th grade, students will have to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

Stations
Problems with Mrs. Fowler
IXL Q skills
Changing Improper Fractions to mixed numbers task cards

Due: Monday, May 6

Review adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
Review changing improper fractions to mixed numbers

These are important skills for students to have mastered before they enter 5th grade. In 5th grade, students will have to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

Stations
Problems with Mrs. Fowler
IXL Q skills
Changing Improper Fractions to mixed numbers task cards

Due: Friday, May 3

I can name tenths and hundredths as decimals.
I can compare decimals.

Students will practice writing tenths and hundredths as decimals and use decimals in real life situations such as relating decimals and money.  Students will compare decimals by comparing prices of items and use decimals in real-world situations.

Due: Thursday, May 2

I can name tenths and hundredths as decimals.
I can compare decimals.

Students will practice writing tenths and hundredths as decimals and use decimals in real life situations such as relating decimals and money.  Students will compare decimals by comparing prices of items and use decimals in real-world situations.

Due: Tuesday, April 30

TN Ready Math Test Part 2 and 3

Due: Thursday, April 25

TN Ready ELA Testing Part 2 and 3

Due: Wednesday, April 24

Fourth Grade Field Trip - Smokies Baseball

Due: Tuesday, April 23

Field Trip Form and Money Due

Due: Thursday, April 18

I can identify and draw intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines.
I can identify and draw lines, segments, rays, and points.

• Point / Vertex - an exact position or location in space or on a shape
• Line- straight, does not end, extends in both directions
• Line segment- line with two end points
• Ray- line with one endpoint and extends in one direction
• Intersecting Lines: Two lines that pass through the same point, or cross each other at any angle
• Parallel Lines: Lines that never cross each other.
• Perpendicular Lines: Two lines that form square corners, cross at right angles to each other

Nearpod.com
Student Paced Code: ZPJRV

Due: Wednesday, April 17

I can identify and draw intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines.
I can identify and draw lines, segments, rays, and points.

• Point / Vertex - an exact position or location in space or on a shape
• Line- straight, does not end, extends in both directions
• Line segment- line with two end points
• Ray- line with one endpoint and extends in one direction
• Intersecting Lines: Two lines that pass through the same point, or cross each other at any angle
• Parallel Lines: Lines that never cross each other.
• Perpendicular Lines: Two lines that form square corners, cross at right angles to each other

Nearpod.com
Student Paced Code: ZPJRV

Due: Tuesday, April 16

ELA TN Ready Test Part 1

Due: Monday, April 15

STAR Math Test for April

Due: Thursday, April 11

I can make a line plot to display data in fractional units.

Students will create a line plot to display the data about students of our classroom.
Example Questions:
How many siblings do you have?
How tall are you?
How many slices of pizza could you eat?

Due: Wednesday, April 10

I can make a line plot to display data in fractional units.

Students will create a line plot to display the data about students of our classroom.
Example Questions:
How many siblings do you have?
How tall are you?
How many slices of pizza could you eat?

Due: Tuesday, April 9

I can calculate area and perimeter of a rectangle.
I can determine a missing side length when the area or perimeter is known.

Small Group Stations:
Missing side length problems with Mrs. Fowler
IXL BB.6
Finding Perimeter and Area of Everyday Items
Go Math P. 471

Due: Monday, April 8

I can calculate area and perimeter of a rectangle.
I can determine a missing side length when the area or perimeter is known.

Small Group Stations:
Missing side length problems with Mrs. Fowler
IXL BB.6
Finding Perimeter and Area of Everyday Items
Go Math P. 471

Due: Thursday, April 4

I can find the missing side length when given the area or perimeter.

Example:  David's backyard has an area of 54 square yards.  His backyard is 9 yards long.  How wide is his backyard?
Area = Length x Width
54 =  9 x  Width
54 divided by 9 is 6.
The width of his backyard is 6 yards.

Due: Wednesday, April 3

I can find the area of a rectangle shape in real life situations.
Area = Length x Width

Flocabulary: How to find Area and Perimeter

Go Math p. 727

Due: Tuesday, April 2

I can find the perimeter of a rectangle shape in real life situations.
Perimeter of a rectangle: Length + Length + Width + Width (Add Up All the Sides)

Perimeter of a rectangle: (2 x Length)  + ( 2 x Width)
Perimeter of a square: (4 x Length)

Flocabulary: How to find Area and Perimeter

Frank's Baseboards - Measuring Perimeter of Rooms - Stop When Joe's Carpet Arrives (AREA)

Go Math p. 721

Due: Friday, March 29

Test on decimals, tenths, and hundredths.

-Identify decimals from a model
-Locate decimals on a number line
-Name tenths and hundredths as both a fraction and decimal
-Compare decimals

Due: Wednesday, March 27

I can compare decimals.
I can order decimals from least to greatest / greatest to least.

1. Line up numbers by place value- Make sure decimals line up!
2. Start on the left with the largest place value.  Compare the numbers
in the same place value.
3. If you have the same number, move to
right- next greatest place value.
4. Compare numbers until you have found which is greater/less.
5. Order the numbers from least to greatest /  greatest to least.

Ex: Order the numbers from least to greatest.
0.2  0.22   0.12

0.12 <  0.2  < 0.22

Due: Tuesday, March 26

I can compare decimals.

1. Line up numbers by place value- Make sure decimals line up!
2. Start on the left with the largest place value.  Compare the numbers
in the same place value.
3. If you have the same number, move to
right- next greatest place value.

Example#1   0.78 >  0.74
Example #2: 0.89 < 0.9
Example #3: 3.2 > 3.19
Example #4   2.97  <  3.01

Due: Monday, March 25

I can relate fractions, decimals, and money.

Penny = One Cent = One Hundredth = 1/100  = 0.01
Dime = Ten Cents  = Ten Hundredths = 10/100  = 0.10  (A dime is 1/10 of a dollar)

Examples and practice for today's lesson: Relating Decimals and Money

Due: Friday, March 22

I can show that tenths and hundredths are equivalent as fractions and decimals.
I can add tenths and hundredths using equivalent fractions.

Example:
3/10                +         24/ 100
3/10  = 30/100  +  24/100
54/100
Code - WQJDS

IXL
R.5 Add fractions with denominators of 10 and 100

Due: Thursday, March 21

I can show that tenths and hundredths are equivalent as fractions and decimals.
I can add tenths and hundredths using equivalent fractions.

Example:
3/10                +         24/ 100
3/10  = 30/100  +  24/100
54/100

Nearpod.com :   Link -  https://share.nearpod.com/vsph/CTKdhxPqNu  Code- WQJDS

R.5 Add fractions with denominators of 10 and 100

Due: Wednesday, March 20

I can show that tenths and hundredths are equivalent as fractions and decimals.

Independent Practice:
Reteach 9.3  or  Go Math p. 511

Due: Tuesday, March 19

I can name hundredths as a fraction or a decimal.

Vocabulary:
Decimal - number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal point. Is a part of a whole
Decimal Point - A point that comes after the ones place and before the tenths place.  Shows the separation of whole numbers and parts of a whole (decimal/fraction)

Activities and Practice:
Students will draw and shade models to represent hundredths as a fraction and a decimal.
Students will practice naming hundredths  as both a fraction and a decimal.
Students will practice converting hundredths as fractions to hundredths as decimals

Due: Monday, March 18

I can name tenths as a fraction or a decimal.

Vocabulary:
Decimal - number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal point. Is a part of a whole
Decimal Point - A point that comes after the ones place and before the tenths place.  Shows the separation of whole numbers and parts of a whole (decimal/fraction)

Activities and Practice:
Students will model using fraction strips and drawings that a fraction of 7/10 is the same as the decimal 0.7 .
Students will line up decimals and fractions on a number line to show they are equivalent.
Students will practice naming an amount as both a fraction and a decimal.

Due: Wednesday, March 6

I can name tenths as a fraction or a decimal.

Vocabulary:
Decimal - number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal point.
Decimal Point - A point that comes after the ones place and before the tenths place.  Shows the separation of whole numbers and parts of a whole (decimal/fraction)

Activities and Practice:
Students will model using fraction strips and drawings that a fraction of 7/10 is the same as the decimal 0.7 .
Students will line up decimals and fractions on a number line to show they are equivalent.
Students will practice naming an amount as both a fraction and a decimal.

Due: Tuesday, March 5

3rd Nine Weeks Common Assessment Part 2
- Students will take their 3rd nine weeks test

Due: Monday, March 4

3rd Nine Weeks Common Assessment Part 1
- Students will take their 3rd nine weeks test

Due: Friday, March 1

Ch. 8 Test - Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers

IXL
S.10 Multiply Fractions By Whole Numbers
S.12  Multiply Fractions By Whole Numbers Word Problems
S. 13  Multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers in recipes

Due: Thursday, February 28

Review For Ch. 8 Test - Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers

IXL
S.10 Multiply Fractions By Whole Numbers
S.12  Multiply Fractions By Whole Numbers Word Problems
S. 13  Multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers in recipes

Due: Tuesday, February 26

I can multiply a mixed number by a whole number.

EXAMPLE:
1 3/4 x 6

Step 1: Rewrite the mixed number as an improper

1 3/4   =  7/4      x 6

Step 2: Multiply the whole number and the improper
fraction

7/4   x 6   =  42 / 4

Step 3: Change the product back into a mixed number
(if needed)

42/ 4   =  10  2/4  = 10 1/2

IXL S.13 Multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers in recipes

Due: Monday, February 25

I can multiply fractions by a whole number.

EXAMPLE:
5 x 3/4  =
Think: 5 groups of 3/4
Step 1: Multiply the Numerator times the Whole Number   3/4  x 5 = 15/4
Step 2: Change improper fraction to mixed number if needed (use GLAD)  15/4  =  3  3/4

p. 473 - Go Math

IXL
S.10 Multiply Fractions x Whole Number

Having some trouble?  -- Try S.8 Multiply Fractions x Whole Numbers with Models

Due: Friday, February 22

STAR math test

Students will take their monthly STAR math test to monitor their progress in math.

Due: Thursday, February 21

Mid Chapter Checkpoint
p. 465 - 466
-Writing Fractions as the product of unit fractions
-Listing the multiples of Fractions

IXL
S.1 Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using number lines
S.2 Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using models https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4/multiply-unit-fractions-by-whole-numbers-using-models

Due: Wednesday, February 20

I can list the multiples of a fraction.

Due: Tuesday, February 19

I can write a fraction as a product of a unit fraction and a whole number.

Product- Answer to a Multiplication Problem
Unit fraction- Fraction with a numerator of 1
Whole Number- "Regular" number (no fraction or decimal parts)

Mixed numbers: Change to improper fraction, the write as a product of a whole number and unit fraction

IXL
S.1 Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using number lines
S.2 Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using models https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4/multiply-unit-fractions-by-whole-numbers-using-models

Due: Thursday, February 14

I can measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor.
Interactive Presentation
Online Activity - Measuring Angles with a protractor

Ch. 7 Test

Due: Tuesday, February 12

Review Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Ch. 7 Test on Wednesday February 13.

IXL

Due: Monday, February 11

Review Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Ch. 7 Test on Wednesday February 13.

IXL

Due: Friday, February 8

I can add and subtract mixed numbers in problems with renaming or borrowing.

Real World Problems involving adding and subtracting mixed numbers with renaming needed to solve.
p. 433 # 1- 15 - Independent Work

Due: Thursday, February 7

I can add and subtract mixed numbers in problems with renaming or borrowing.
p. 429- 430 Examples for how to rename (borrow) when you subtract
p. 431 Practice Problems
p. 433 # 1- 15 - Independent Work

Due: Wednesday, February 6

I can add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.

IXL Q.14 Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators

Due: Tuesday, February 5

I can add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.

IXL Q.14 Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators

Due: Monday, February 4

I can change a mixed number into an improper fraction.

Vocabulary:
Improper fraction- a fraction that the numerator is the same or greater than the denominator.
Mixed Number- a number that is shown using both a whole number and a fraction.

Stations:
Problems with Mrs. Fowler
Zearn
P. 421

Due: Thursday, January 31

I can change an improper fraction into a mixed number.

Vocabulary:
Improper fraction- a fraction that the numerator is the same or greater than the denominator.
Mixed Number- a number that is shown using both a whole number and a fraction.

Due: Wednesday, January 30

I can solve real world problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with common denominators.

Strategies for Solving Word Problems:

Before- Plan; During- Solve;  After- Check

Small Group Word Problem Practice

- Problems with Mrs. Fowler

- Zearn

Due: Monday, January 28

I can decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way. (4.NF.B.3b)

Go Math Examples (see attachment)

Vocabulary:
-Unit Fraction: A fraction with a numerator of 1
-Decompose: to separate a number into smaller parts that when put together those parts make that number

Go Math p. 393 #1-7

Due: Thursday, January 24

Adding Fractions with a common denominator - Pow Toons  - Stop at 2:50

Math Antics- Adding Fractions - Stop at 3:35

Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Models - Students will model adding fractions using fraction tiles, number lines, and drawings

Fractions Scoot- Students will solve problems with their small group.  Then students will 'scoot' to the next table group and solve another problem.

p. 389 Add and Subtract Parts of a whole - Independent work

Due: Wednesday, January 23

Ch. 6 Test
Test over equivalent fractions and comparing fractions

IXL  Equivalent Fractions  P. 5 , P.6. P.7
Comparing Fractions   P. 16  P. 17  P.19  P. 21

Equivalent Fractions Song:

Equivalent Fractions Videos:

Comparing Fractions Videos:
Practice Comparing Fractions with Unlike Denominators:

Due: Tuesday, January 22

Review for Ch. 6 Test
Review over equivalent fractions and comparing fractions

IXL  Equivalent Fractions  P. 5 , P.6. P.7
Comparing Fractions   P. 16  P. 17  P.19  P. 21

Equivalent Fractions Song:

Equivalent Fractions Videos:

Comparing Fractions Videos:
Practice Comparing Fractions with Unlike Denominators:

Due: Friday, January 18

Students will be completing a practice TN Ready test to prepare them for spring state testing.  Regular classes and school schedule may be altered.
Please make every effort for your student to be at school on this day.

Due: Thursday, January 17

I can compare and order fractions using common numerators, common denominators, and comparing to benchmark fractions.

p. 371 Ordering Fractions on a number line
Practice ordering fractions from least to greatest or greatest to least
p. 375 Independent practice

Due: Wednesday, January 16

I can compare and order fractions using common numerators, common denominators, and comparing to benchmark fractions.

p. 371 Ordering Fractions on a number line
Practice ordering fractions from least to greatest or greatest to least
p. 375 Independent practice

Due: Tuesday, January 15

I can compare fractions by creating common numerators or common denominators.

p. 365 Creating Common Denominators and Numerators
Butterfly Fractions- Creating Common Denominators
P. 369 Independent Practice

Due: Monday, January 14

I can compare fractions by creating common numerators or common denominators.

p. 365 Creating Common Denominators and Numerators
Butterfly Fractions- Creating Common Denominators
P. 369 Independent Practice

STAR Math Test

Due: Thursday, January 10

I can compare fractions to a benchmark fraction (1/2) using <, >, =.

Modeling-
Students will use models to help build understanding of comparing fractions to 1/2

Around the Room-
Students will move to the side of the room they think describes the relationship of the fractions
Left- Less than 1/2  Middle - Equal to 1/2   Right - Greater than 1/2

IXL P.16 Compare Fractions Using Benchmarks

Due: Wednesday, January 9

I can generate equivalent fractions using multiplication and division.

Khan Academy: More on equivalent fractions

Complete together: Go Math P. 335 Generate Equivalent Fractions

Independent work: Chapter Resources 6.2 Generate Equivalent Fractions

Due: Tuesday, January 8

I can recognize, generate, and explain equivalent fractions using a number line.

Equivalent Fractions on a Number line:

Khan Academy: Equivalent Fractions Visually and on a Number Line

IXL P.5 Graph Equivalent Fractions On a Number Line

Due: Monday, January 7

I can recognize, generate, and explain equivalent fractions using a model.

Vocabulary:
Equivalent- equal
Equivalent fractions- fractions that have the same value; fractions that represent the same part of a whole

Students will use fraction strips and models to recognize, generate, and explain equivalent fractions.

Assignment: Equivalent Fractions with models

Due: Friday, January 4

I can recognize, generate, and explain equivalent fractions using a model.

Vocabulary:
Equivalent- equal
Equivalent fractions- fractions that have the same value; fractions that represent the same part of a whole

Students will use fraction strips and models to recognize, generate, and explain equivalent fractions.

Assignment: Equivalent Fractions with models

Due: Wednesday, December 19

Fractions: Pretest and Introduction Day

Students will take a pretest over their knowledge of fractions.  We will review fraction concepts covered in 3rd grade to help prepare students for our fraction unit that begins in January.

Due: Monday, December 17

2nd Nine Weeks Common Assessment

Students will complete their 2nd nine weeks common assessment.  Please try to make sure your child is at school on this day.

Due: Friday, December 14

2nd Nine Weeks Common Assessment

Students will complete their 2nd nine weeks common assessment.  Please try to make sure your child is at school on this day.

Due: Thursday, December 13

Review for 2nd nine weeks common assessment

Students will review skills we have learned over the 1st and 2nd nine weeks.

Due: Wednesday, December 12

Division Test

Long Division Song

Long Division and Division Check

IXL E.1, E.2, E.4, E.5, E.7, E.8, E.9

Due: Tuesday, December 11

Review for Division Test on Wednesday

Long Division Song

Long Division and Division Check

IXL E.1, E.2, E.4, E.5, E.7, E.8, E.9

Due: Friday, December 7

Interpreting the Remainder

Stations
Word Problems with Mrs. Fowler
Long Division Problem Practice

IXL E.7 Interpret the remainder

Due: Thursday, December 6

Common Division Errors
How to check a division problem

Long Division Problem Practice

IXL E.7 Interpret the remainder

Due: Wednesday, December 5

Interpreting the remainder

DURT Strategy

Drop the remainder or ignore it
Use the remainder
Round up
Turn it into a fraction

Scoot Game - Interpret the remainder
-Each table group will have a problem. Students will 'scoot' around the room and determine what to do with the remainder for each problem.

p.213 Interpret the Remainder

Due: Tuesday, December 4

Interpreting the remainder

DURT Strategy

Drop the remainder or ignore it
Use the remainder
Round up
Turn it into a fraction

Group Math Task - Interpret the remainder

p.213 Interpret the Remainder

Due: Monday, December 3

I can divide larger numbers by a 1 digit divisor.

Stations:
Practice Word Problems with Mrs. Fowler

Independent Work P. 263

IXL E. 8
IXL E.9

Due: Friday, November 30

I can divide larger numbers by a 1 digit divisor.

Stations:
Practice Word Problems with Mrs. Fowler

Independent Work Page

IXL E. 8
IXL E.9

Due: Thursday, November 29

STAR math testing

Students will complete their STAR math test on the computer for the month of November.

Due: Wednesday, November 28

I can divide a 3 or 4 digit number by a 1 digit number

LONG DIVISION - (Never Give Up) - Math Rap

Due: Tuesday, November 27

I can divide using long division (all 4 steps).

Introduction to division and remainders:

Long division song:

LONG DIVISION - (Never Give Up) - Math Rap

Due: Monday, November 26

I can do the first two steps of long division.  (Divide and Multiply)

Introduction to division and remainders:

Long division song:

LONG DIVISION - (Never Give Up) - Math Rap

Due: Tuesday, November 20

I can divide numbers to the thousands by numbers up to 10.

Division Fluency Practice

Division Over Increasing Place Values

Due: Monday, November 19

I can divide numbers to the thousands by numbers up to 10.

Students will use place value and division facts to divide larger numbers.

Due: Friday, November 16

Test- Ch. 5 - Factors, Multiples, Prime, and Composite

Due: Thursday, November 15

Review for Test Tomorrow - Ch. 5 - Factors, Multiples, Prime, and Composite

Due: Wednesday, November 14

I can list the multiples of a number.

p. 303 # 1 - 9 Factors and Multiples

Due: Tuesday, November 13

I can list the multiples of a number.

p. 303 # 1 - 9 Factors and Multiples

Due: Monday, November 12

I can find the factors of a number.  I can determine if a number is prime or composite.

Zearn Mission 4 Topic F Reasoning with Divisibility
Practice identifying factors
Practice determining if a number is prime or composite

Due: Friday, November 9

I can determine the factors for a number 1-100.  I can determine if a number is prime or composite.

Real world scenarios and problems

Prime or Composite Scoot Game

Zearn Mission 4 Topic F Reasoning with divisibility

Due: Thursday, November 8

I can determine the factors for a number 1-100.  I can determine if a number is prime or composite.

Real world scenarios and problems

Zearn Mission 4 Topic F Reasoning with divisibility

Due: Wednesday, November 7

I can determine if a number is prime or composite.

Vocabulary:
Prime- a number that only has 2 factors (one and itself)
Composite- a number that has more than 2 factors

p. 307 Group Practice

Prime or Composite Scoot Game

p. 309 Independent practice - Even #s only!

Due: Monday, November 5

How can I tell whether one number is a factor of another
number?

-Use knowledge of factor pairs and multiplication
-Use divisibility rules

Go math p. 289 1 - 10

Due: Friday, November 2

I can find all the factors of a number between 1-100.

Review finding factor pairs with models

4 Corners

Independent Practice P. 283

Due: Thursday, November 1

I can find all the factors of a number by using
models.

Vocabulary:
-factor- a number multiplied by another number
to find a product

Modeling Factors Using Tiles and Drawing Arrays

Factor Rainbows

Independent Practice P. 283

Due: Wednesday, October 31

Math in Halloween???? :0

Halloween themed word problem practice with all 4 operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)

Due: Tuesday, October 30

I can divide whole numbers with or without remainder using strategies based
on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between
multiplication and division.

Review dividing using models
How can we use multiplication or skip counting to help us solve a division problem?
Ducks Must Swim Backwards (Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down)

P. 207

Due: Monday, October 29

I can use models to divide whole numbers with or without remainders.

Nearpod - Introduction to division

Vocabulary
Division - math operation that puts a number into smaller EQUAL groups

Dividend - the number I am putting into equal groups

Divisor - the number of equal groups there will be

Quotient - the answer to a division problem

Remainder - the number left over after equal groups are made.

Skittles Division

Independent Practice
IXL E.4   and Zearn Mission 3 Lesson 14

Due: Friday, October 26

Ch. 3 Test
2 digit x 2 digit multiplication

Regrouping -- AKA the way your parents probably learned

Word problem practice (choose a method to solve)

Due: Thursday, October 25

Review for Ch. 3 Test tomorrow
2 digit x 2 digit multiplication

Regrouping -- AKA the way your parents probably learned

Word problem practice (choose a method to solve)

Due: Wednesday, October 24

I can multiply two two-digit numbers.

Stations:
Independent Practice
Real world problems
IXL D.20

Due: Tuesday, October 23

STAR Testing  #3

Due: Monday, October 22

I can multiply two two-digit numbers.

Stations:
Independent Practice
Real world problems
Fluency Practice - Multiplication Facts

Due: Friday, October 19

I can multiply two digit numbers by using area model or partial products.

Stations:
-Word problem practice with Mrs. Fowler
-Independent work - Mid Chapter Checkpoint p. 169 - 170  ODD only

Due: Thursday, October 18

I can use place value and partial products to multiply 2-digit numbers.

-- Note: this is another option for students to use.  Students should understand partial products but may choose to still use the area model. --

Example of partial products p. 163 and 164

Practice Problems p. 165 and 166 -- Choose a method - Area model or partial products

Independent Problems p. 167 -- Choose a method - Area model or partial products

Due: Wednesday, October 17

I can use area models and partial products to multiply 2-digit numbers.

Area Model Steps:
1. Draw a model to represent your equation
2. Break apart factors into tens and ones.
3. Multiply to find the area of each smaller rectangle.

p. 161 Area Models - Independent Work

Due: Tuesday, October 16

I can use area models and partial products to multiply 2-digit numbers.

Area Model Steps:
1. Draw a model to represent your equation
2. Break apart factors into tens and ones.
3. Multiply to find the area of each smaller rectangle.

p. 159 Area Model Practice Problems

Due: Monday, October 15

I can estimate the products of two digit numbers.

p. 152 - Examples

Steps:
1. Round your factors (numbers being multiplied)
2. Multiply (use facts you know and don't forget about place value!)

p. 153 - Practice Problems together

p.155 - Independent work problems

Due: Thursday, October 4

Common Assessment - First Nine Weeks Test

Due: Wednesday, October 3

Review for common assessment

IXL A.16  A. 20   B.1 - B.2  C.1 - C.2   D.1 - D.3   D.6 - D.9

Naming numbers

Rounding numbers

Addition and Subtraction up to millions

Comparing numbers

Multiplying 1 digit x Multi Digit number

Due: Tuesday, October 2

Review for common assessment

IXL A.16  A. 20   B.1 - B.2  C.1 - C.2   D.1 - D.3   D.6 - D.9

Naming numbers

Rounding numbers

Addition and Subtraction up to millions

Comparing numbers

Multiplying 1 digit x Multi Digit number

Due: Monday, October 1

I can use place value and multiplication properties to
multiply by tens.

Go Math lesson 3.1
P. 146 - 147 Practice Problems

P. 149-150  Independent Class Work

Due: Friday, September 28

I can use place value and multiplication properties to
multiply by tens.

Go Math lesson 3.1
P. 146 - 147 Practice Problems

P. 149 Independent Class Work

Due: Thursday, September 27

Test
Multiplying 1 digit times multi-digit numbers

IXL D.6, D.7, D.8

Distributive property

Regrouping/ Standard

Expanded Form

Due: Thursday, September 27

Ch. 2 Extra Credit Problems

Due: Wednesday, September 26

Review for Test Tomorrow:
Multiplying 1 digit times multi-digit numbers

IXL D.6, D.7, D.8

Zearn Mission 3 Topic D Multiplication Word Problems

Distributive property

Regrouping/ Standard

Expanded Form

Due: Tuesday, September 25

Review for Test Thursday:
Multiplying 1 digit times multi-digit numbers

IXL D.6, D.7, D.8

Distributive property

Regrouping/ Standard

Expanded Form

Due: Monday, September 24

I can multiply a 1 digit number by a multi-digit number.

Students will complete a math task independently.  Then, students will work in a group to check their answers, make a model to represent their equation, and explain their work to the class.

Tomahawk Trot!

Due: Thursday, September 20

Tomahawk Trot Money Due!

Due: Thursday, September 20

Test:
Multiplying 1 digit times multi-digit numbers

Distributive property

Regrouping/ Standard

Expanded Form

Due: Wednesday, September 19

I can multiply a 1 digit number by a multi-digit number.

IXL

Due: Wednesday, September 19

Test
Multiplying 1 digit times multi-digit numbers

Distributive property

Regrouping/ Standard

Expanded Form

Due: Tuesday, September 18

I can multiply a 1 digit number by a multi-digit number.

IXL

GoMath 2.10 - Multiplying with Re-Grouping - AKA: Standard method

Note: This is one strategy students may use.  They may also use different strategies that we have learned in class or have been previously taught.

Due: Tuesday, September 18

p. 97 - Multiplication-- Homework if not completed in class
--- Students may use any multiplication strategy they would like.  (not repeated addition)

Due: Monday, September 17

I can multiply a 1 digit number by a multi-digit number.

Zearn- Mission 3 Topic C -Multiplication of up to Four Digits by Single-Digit Numbers

Go math 2.6 - Multiply using expanded form:

Note: This is one strategy students may use.  They may also use different strategies that we have learned in class or have been previously taught.

Due: Friday, September 14

I can multiply a one digit number by a multi-digit number.

Due: Thursday, September 13

I can use the distributive property to multiply 2 digit by 1 digit numbers.

Vocabulary:
-Distributive Property -  multiplying a sum by a
number is the same as multiplying each addend by the number
Example:  5 x 25   is the same as  ( 5 x 20 ) + (  5 x 5 )

Due: Wednesday, September 12

I can multiply a one digit number by 10, 100, or 1,000.

Engage New York Practice Problems

Zearn Mission 3 Lesson 4  https://www.zearn.org/video_lessons/244

Due: Tuesday, September 11

I can make multiplication comparisons.

Go math p. 67

Due: Friday, September 7

Quiz: Addition and Subtraction to the Millions Place
I can add and subtract numbers up to the millions place.

Subtraction with Regrouping- Video from Khan Academy

Multi-digit subtraction practice from Khan Academy

Due: Wednesday, September 5

I can add and subtract to the millions place.

IXL lessons B.2 Add numbers up to millions word problems and C.2 Subtract numbers up to millions word problems

Due: Tuesday, September 4

I can add and subtract numbers up to the millions place.

IXL lessons B.1 Add Numbers to Millions and C.1 Subtract Numbers to Millions

Due: Friday, August 31

Adding and Subtracting in the Real World
I can subtract within 1,000,000.
-Calculate totals of house, furniture, and other costs

Due: Thursday, August 30

I can add and subtract within 1,000,000.
Stations
-Real world problems with teacher
-Zearn Independent Lesson Practice
-Subtract or Add - Race to the Finish

Due: Wednesday, August 29

I can subtract within 1,000,000.
Where's My Mistake?
Tips and Tricks for subtracting across zeros
-Box Trick
-Take a Penny
-Standard regrouping

Whiteboard practice

Go Math p. 47

Due: Tuesday, August 28

Subtracting in the Thousands and Millions
I can subtract within 1,000,000.
Vocabulary: Difference - The answer to a subtraction problem

Due: Monday, August 27

Adding in the Thousands and Millions
Estimating sums
Stations
-Partner game: Place value add or take
-Zearn Independent lessons

Go Math P. 41

Due: Friday, August 24

Adding in the thousands and millions
-Partner game: Place value add or take
-Go Math P. 39

Due: Thursday, August 23

Quiz on Rounding, Comparing Numbers. Place Value, and Naming Numbers

Due: Wednesday, August 22

Review for quiz tomorrow on rounding, comparing numbers, place value, and naming numbers.

Rounding Song: We will round you

Due: Tuesday, August 21

Rounding in the Real World
Stations
-Real world problems with teacher
-Rounding practice and partner game
-Independent work - Zearn Topic C - Rounding Multi-Digit Numbers

Due: Monday, August 20

Rounding in the Real World
Real world practice problems on whiteboards
Introduction to Zearn
Zearn Topic C - Rounding Multi-Digit Numbers
Go Math p. 27 Rounding

Due: Friday, August 17

Rounding
Brain Pop Jr. - Rounding
We will round you - Song

Due: Wednesday, August 15

STAR math testing

Open House 5:30

Due: Tuesday, August 14

Comparing Numbers:  Stations
-Practice problems with teacher
-Independent work - Zearn Topic B - Comparing Numbers
-Place value game

Go Math P. 19

Due: Monday, August 13

Writing a number in standard form, word form, and expanded form
-find your partner matching game and exit ticket

Introduction to comparing numbers

Go Math Page 9

Due: Thursday, August 9

Learn zillion video lesson on place value:

Due: Thursday, August 9

Go Math Book Page 6