*1st Quarter Math CSA  Wednesday, October 31st*
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
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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
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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