What is the perimeter of a shape? How can you figure it out?
What is the area of a shape? How can you figure it out?
What the videos below and make a comment on the blog.
Students are studying the relationship among fractions and between fractions and percents. They will use this knowledge to find equivalent fractions, order fractions, add and subtract commonly used fractions. They use a variety of contexts and models, including arrays, number lines, and clock rotation, to further understand the meaning of fractions and model their strategies.
Here are some games and videos to help with this topic.
In Between (ordering fractions)
Roll Around the Clock (adding fractions)
Fraction Track 1 (equivalent fractions)
Fraction Track to 2 (equivalent fractions over 1)
We have been working on developing strategies for figuring out the volume of rectangular prisms. Now, how do we figure out the volume of a rectangular pyramid?
Watch this video and see if you can develop a strategy. Can you think of a formula? Why does it work?
Then try to problems below. Tell your strategy and answers in the comment section.
Yay! A new math topic!! We are taking a break from multiplication and division and learning about volume. Which of these containers has more juice? How do you know?
Math Homework: Read through and try the 5 Volume lessons. Comment on this blog post when you are finished.
Also, don’t forget your Communication Book Homework.
Our first math unit focuses on factors and multiples; strengthening multiplication skills and solving division problems with 1 and 2-digit divisors. Here is the math parent letter to help explain some of the strategies will be be using.
Have a look at these pages to review:
Do you remember these words?