Weekly Update 8/29-9/4
Class Wish List
Dates to Remember
8/31 Virtual Open House
Open House Zoom Link
9/6 No-School Labor Day
9/13 Boosterthon Kickoff
9/15 Progress Reports posted to FOCUS
9/16 No School- Fall Holiday
Monday- Lesson 1.7 Multiply by 2 digit numbers
Tuesday- Lesson 1.7 Multiply by 2 digit Numbers
Wednesday- Lesson 1.8 Relate Multiplication to Division (distributive property)Lesson 1.8
Thursday- Lesson 1.9 Multiplication and DivisionLesson 1.9
Friday- Continue Lesson 1.10 Numerical ExpressionsLesson 1.10
Math Vocabulary Words
Period- a group of digits separated by a comma in a multidigit number.
Distributive Property-multiplying the sum by a number is the same as multiplying each addend by the number and then adding the products.
Base-the number that is used as a repeated factor with an exponent.
Exponent-the number that tells how many times the base is used as a factor (multiplied).
Inverse Operations- using the same numbers to perform multiplication and division that are opposite.
Numerical Expression- a mathematical phrase that has numbers and operation signs but does not have an equal sign.
Evaluate- to solve, or find the value of.
Order of Operations- the order in which you should solve an equation or evaluate an expression.
Helpful Math Instruction Videos
Monday- Science U1L1 Quiz
Tuesday- ED Learning Digital Lesson U1L3 (access through Classlink)
Wednesday- Brain Pop Scientific Method/Observations
Thursday- Read U1L3 What are some types of investigations?Science Student Book
Vocabulary and Concepts
variable- any factor or condition in an experiment that can be changed.
scientific methods- ways that scientists perform investigations.
experiment- an investigation used to test a hypothesis in which all other conditions are controlled.
Control- the setup to which all the other setups are compared; the constant.