*The 2nd Quarter Math CSA is scheduled for Wednesday, January 23rd*
Students will be able to tell time to the minute and find the elapsed time to the hour.
Students will be able to count/compare sets of bills/coins AND make change from up to $5.00
Mid-Quarter Math Assessment is TOMORROW 12/11
*Unit #4 Assessment THIS Friday, December 7th*
Students will prepare for their unit #4 assessment by reviewing key skills: related facts, basic multiplication facts, 2x1 multiplication with models, and word problems with multiplication and division.
This week's HW is all review. Please scroll down if you need to refresh your memory on any concepts.
Students will use models to multiply a two-digit number by a number 5 or less.
**Nobody panic!! I know. This is NOT how we learned how to multiply. Watch the videos and work through it with your kids. They do not learn traditional multiplication (like we know it) until 4th grade. Maybe they'll teach you something new ;)
Students will be able to divide using number lines and equal groups.
Students will begin to learn and understand multiplication facts using models and arrays.
*1st Quarter Math CSA -- Wednesday, October 31st*
October 29th-November 2nd
Students will collect, organize, and analyze data using surveys and picture graphs.
Students will collect and organize data using surveys and bar graphs.
Students will be able to estimate and subtract numbers up to 9,999 with and without regrouping.
When students need to find the estimated answer, they are expected to be able to recognize words in the problem like: about, closest to, approximately, and nearest in order to determine that they need to estimate before they subtract. See below.
When students are asked to find the actual answer, they are expected to be able to simply subtract the two numbers together as they are. See below. When regrouping, students should work through the problems one place (column) at a time only regrouping when necessary.
*Mid Quarter Assessment -- Monday, October 15th*
Students will be able to estimate and add numbers up to 9,999 with and without regrouping.
When students are asked to find the actual answer, they are expected to be able to simply add the two numbers together as they are. See below.
When students need to find the estimated answer, they are expected to be able to recognize words in the problem like: about, closest to, approximately, and nearest in order to determine that they need to estimate before they add. See below.
Student will recognize and apply related facts and be able to add using a 100's chart.
Directions for adding on a 100's chart is on tonight's homework in pretty good detail.
The jist for 37 + 26 = 63 is:
The jist for 37 + 26 = 63 is:
- begin at the first number in the equation --> 37
- go down two rows (2 tens or 20 ones)
- go over to the right 6 spaces (6 ones) to land on the sum/answer 63
Students will compare and order whole numbers 9,999 or less.
We teach students to either turn their notebook paper sideways in order to write in the columns or to use grid paper in order to line up and compare or order their numbers. See examples below:
Students are taught to stack their numbers in order to line up the places correctly. They then look at the front of the numbers in order to start comparing/ordering. Once a number is put in order, cross it out so that you can focus on what is left. 3rd graders do not order more than three numbers.
Due to missed days from Hurricane Florence, no new homework will be issued this week. Refer back to the week of 9/10-14
Students will round whole numbers 9,999 or less, to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.
September 4th - 7th
Students will read and write six-digit numerals and identify the place value and value of each digit.
This year, students learn place value up to the millions place.