Falling for First Quarter Review
Review work For October 17-25
Wishful Wednesday October 19th appetizer
2. Enter the code on the board.
3. Take the cfa on oa4
Red and Yellow Side Dish
2. Complete 5 of the mathplayground practice comparison problems.
3. See Ms. Lewis to do the practice worksheet and turn in on paper.
Wednesday Blue & Green Side Dish choice
Thinking Through the Powers Thursday, October 20th
Use the abcyaa base ten blocks to help you build unknown numbers.
Practice drawing a place value chart/house on paper for memory
Powers of Ten Yellow or redSide Dish
2. See Ms. Lewis for the practice review worksheet on paper.
Learn Zillion powers of ten
Powers of Ten House Blue & Green Side Dish
Each person in the group will be assigned a place value!
Frightened of Zeroes Friday
He wants to round all numbers so that they end in Zero today!
Help the count round up to the millions
Yellow and Green groups watch this first
Rounding Task Cards Green
2. Photo your work from the task cards into a blank google drive.
Blue Side Dish Choice
Party Word Problem Appetizer
You’re planning a party. Eight people are going to be at the party.
Jordan is bringing 24 cupcakes.
Jack is bringing 16 cookies.
Emma is bringing 48 fun sized candy bars.
Hannah is bringing 32 mini bags of chips.
Using 4 different manipulatives or drawings, show how to share each of the treats equally between all the people. at your table!
Do these numbers have a common factor?
Final Class Task Card Review Monday, October 24th
You must show all your work numbered on loose leaf or photo it into google slides!
Every ten minutes you will rotate partners!
Enter your final answers in google drive!
Submit your work to your review folder in learn!
Finish REview KSS if done early!
All homework folders will be returned on Tuesday!
Monday Tuesday Dessert
Sum it up Tuesday, 25th & Thursday Halloween Party Thursday, October 27th
Rounding Appetizer Tuesday
Discovery Task: (Work Individually)
1. On a daily basis the White Roller Coaster at Lagoon can hold 2,638 riders. A park official rounded that number to 3,000. To what place was this number rounded. Was this as close to the accurate number as you could get, or is there a better place to round it to? What would that estimate be?
2. Now, look up the amount of passengers on your favorite ride. Round in two different ways. Then see if a partner can guess your original number.
3. Multiply your rounded number by 1000.
4. Divide your rounded number by 100.