*The 2nd Quarter Math CSA is scheduled for Wednesday, January 23rd*
January 14th18th
Students will be able to recognize, create, and extend both numeric and geometric patterns.
January 7th11th
Students will be able to create, analyze, and compare bar and line graphs.
MidQuarter Math Assessment is TOMORROW 12/11
December 10th14th
Students will divide whole numbers
Traditional Division  how we learned it :)

Partial Product Division  how we are teaching it.


Below are three examples of how students can see a division statement written.
December 3rd7th
Students will multiply larger numbers: 2x1 digit and 2x2 digit using a variety of methods
This is not how I learned to multiply and is probably new to most parents. This is a great way for students to multiply larger numbers while they are still learning their basic facts. Remember, different doesn't have to be difficult. Give it a try.
Students may find that traditional multiplication works best for them (and probably for you too). If that is where they are comfortable, encourage that practice.
November 26th30th
Students will add and subtract decimals.
November 12th16th
Students will be able to solve single and multistep word problems using addition and subtraction.
In order to understand word problems, we teach students to read their word problems as they do a story. They identify who/what the problem is about and what they are doing. The verbs help students to decide if they are adding or subtracting. The problem is not complete until students reach the end of the problem (story).
November 5th9th
Students will be able to estimate and solve both addition and subtraction problems.
*1st Quarter Math CSA  Wednesday, October 31st*
October 29thNovember 2nd
Students will review challenging skills from the first quarter to prepare for the CSA on Wednesday.
Monday = factors and fact families using workbook pages 65, 66, and 125.
October 22nd26th
Students will round decimals to the nearest whole number (ones place)
Students will compare and order decimals
Students will compare and order decimals
Rounding Decimals
Nearest whole number (ones place)
5.851 > 6
5.851 > 6
Compare and Order Decimals
October 15th19th
Students will learn and understand decimal place value (tenths, hundredths, and thousandths)
*Mid Quarter Assessment  Monday, October 15th*
October 8th12th
Students will be able to compare 9digit numbers using > < = and not equal symbols
Students will be able to order up to four numbers into the millions place (up to 6 digits) from greatest to least or least to greatest.
Students will be able to round numbers to the nearest thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousands place.
Students will be able to order up to four numbers into the millions place (up to 6 digits) from greatest to least or least to greatest.
Students will be able to round numbers to the nearest thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousands place.
We teach students to stack and label their numbers using either grid paper (above) or by turning their lined paper sideways in order to write in the columns. This strategy helps them to both compare and/or put numbers in order from greatest to least or least to greatest.
Students are expected to be able to use four comparing symbols correctly. They are > < = and not equal which is an equal sign with a slash through it. < 
October 1st5th
Students will be able to both read and write ninedigit numbers
Students will learn number places up to the hundred millions place as seen to the left.
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Each period has 3 places. Periods are separated by a comma.
Word Form: A number written out in words = five hundred eight thousand, seven hundred sixteen.
Standard Form: A number written using digits = 508,716
Expanded Form: A number broken down by its' place values = 500,000 + 8,000 + 700 + 10 + 6
{
Each period has 3 places. Periods are separated by a comma.
Word Form: A number written out in words = five hundred eight thousand, seven hundred sixteen.
Standard Form: A number written using digits = 508,716
Expanded Form: A number broken down by its' place values = 500,000 + 8,000 + 700 + 10 + 6
September 24th28th
Students will understand what least common multiples and greatest common factors are and be able to find them.
Due to missed days from Hurricane Florence, no new homework will be issued this week. Refer back to the week of 9/1014
September 17th21st
Students will recognize and demonstrate the meaning of equality in an equation.
Students will demonstrate fluency with multiplication facts through 12 × 12, and the corresponding division facts
Students will demonstrate fluency with multiplication facts through 12 × 12, and the corresponding division facts
September 4th7th
Students will demonstrate fluency with multiplication facts through 12 × 12, and the corresponding division facts
~This is a review from 3rd grade~
~This is a review from 3rd grade~
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