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Math - Fraction Unit 1 Test

We are wrapping up our learning about Fractions. Unit 1 learning has been making equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and adding and subtraction fractions with unlike denominators. The real world problems utilize these sills when solving. The tests came home in the Monday folder today. A "2" or "1" in an area means more practice. Moby Max, Think Central, and Khan Academy are options. Students will be starting to set up accounts for Khan Academy on Thursday.

The next unit involves place value and decimals to the thousandths. At the end of the unit, students will be able to understand that decimals are equal divisions of a whole. They will furthering their fourth grades skills to round, estimate, add, and subtract decimals to the thousandths place value position.

Think Central

This is the online component to our Math Expressions book.

Fall Festival

Friday, Oct. 30th, 1pm

5055 West Maple Avenue

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Fall Festival 1:00 - 3:30


When your child logs into BrainPOP, the login is student bre. Their ordinal number goes between the t and the b. For example, the third student in class would use the login student3bre. The students' password is the student ID number.

Science and Social Studies

The Human Body has been the focus of science. We were learning about the different system of the human body - Digestive, Excretory, Circulatory, Skeletal, Muscular, and Nervous System.

We are switching over to Social Studies as we are learning about the Early Peoples - the First Americans.

ScienceSaurus Online Text

Here is an Online Text link to the ScienceSaurus. We are working on Human Body Systems. Students are expected to know the Body Systems, Main Organs, and Functions.


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