We have begun our fractions unit, and one of the first skills we are learning about is how to decompose a fraction. Until recently, “decompose” was a word that I applied to science–not math! “Decompose” means to break down or … Continue reading
Monday, Feb. 24– Writing Benchmark: Students may bring a bottle of water, mints, & a HEALTHY snack. (No chips, cookies, candy, or messy fingers!) Tuesday, Feb. 25– Math Common Assessment #3: Skills covered are types of angles, symmetry, area, perimeter, multiplication, & … Continue reading
Try out some of the online activities for area & perimeter! Just click on a picture below!
The video below is a great video to remind students the steps to working through a long division problem. /p>
The majority of math-related stress in 4th grade students comes from the lack of knowledge of the basic multiplication facts. It is EXTREMELY important that students become fluent in their facts so they can concentrate and spend time on the … Continue reading
We have started our Math Vocabulary Words this week. Your child has a bag of cards in his/her homework folder. These should be practiced at home and brought back to school to also practice. We will have a quiz on … Continue reading