Math 5/31 - 6/4
- No school
- Warm-up
- Work on City of Shapes Project
- 10 minutes of Khan
- 10 minutes of Mobymax
- Warm-up
- Work on City of Shapes Project
- 10 minutes of Khan
- 10 minutes of Mobymax
- Move-up, Awards, and class party
- Online yearbook signing
Monday- 5/10
Tuesday - 5/11
Wednesday - 5/12
Thursday - 5/13
Friday - 5/14
Monday- 5/3
Tuesday - 5/4
Wednesday - 5/5
Thursday - 5/6
Friday - 5/7
Monday- 4/26
Tuesday - 4/27
I can identify, estimate, and measure mass in liters and milliliters.
Wednesday - 4/28
Thursday - 4/29
Friday - 4/23
Monday- 4/19
I can measure and estimate volume.
Tuesday - 4/20
I can identify, estimate, and measure mass in grams and kilograms.
Wednesday - 4/21
I can solve word problems in any operation related to mass.
Thursday - 4/22
I can identify, estimate, and measure mass in litres and milliliters.
Friday - 4/23
No School
Monday- 4/12
I can generate measurement data by measuring lengths to the nearest fourth of an inch and create a line plot.
Tuesday - 4/13
I can generate measurement data by measuring length to the nearest fourth of an inch and create a line plot
Wednesday - 4/14
I can demonstrate my understanding of graphs.
I can create a picture graph, a bar graph, and a line plot.
Thursday - 4/15
I can Identify, estimate, and measure mass in grams and kilograms.
Friday - 4/16
I can solve word problems in any operation related to mass.
Monday- 4/5
I can present data in a concise way by constructing both a vertical and horizontal bar graph.
Tuesday - 4/6
I can create a bar graph with data given to me.
Wednesday - 4/7
I can create a graph with a scale in increments of 2 and 5.
Thursday - 4/8
I can create a picture and bar graph with a scale in increments of 2 and 5.
Friday - 4/9
I can measure to the nearest quarter inch and half inch.
This week will be working with graphs. We will be learning how to create and read data, as well as, creating picture graphs
3-31 Wednesday
4-1 Thursday
4-2 Friday
Thursday - 3/18
No school: Conferences
Friday - 3/19
No school: Conferences
This week students will be showing their time knowledge by taking the Time Unit Post test in math. The unit posttest will be on Wednesday & Thursday, March 2-3.
Monday 3/1: Packet #15
I can read and draw digital and analog clocks.
I can find elapsed time.
Tuesday 3/2: Packet #15
I can find elapsed time using a schedule.
I can answer word problems using data from a schedule.
I can find the unknown times (start time, end time, or elapsed time).
Wednesday 3/3: Post Test
I can read and draw digital and analog clocks.
I can find elapsed time.
I can find elapsed time using a schedule.
I can answer word problems using data from a schedule.
I can find the unknown times (start time, end time, or elapsed time).
Thursday 3/4: Post Test
I can read and draw digital and analog clocks.
I can find elapsed time.
I can find elapsed time using a schedule.
I can answer word problems using data from a schedule.
I can find the unknown times (start time, end time, or elapsed time).
Friday 3/5: Measurement Packet 1
I can measure to the nearest quarter inch and half inch.
This week students will be wrapping up the Time Unit in math. The unit posttest will be next Tuesday, March 2^{nd}.
Monday 2/22: Packet #13
I can find elapsed time when the start time is unknown.
I can find elapsed time when the end time is unknown.
Tuesday 2/23: Packet #14
I can relate and use elapsed time in my life.
Wednesday 2/24: Packet #15
I can find elapsed time.
Thursday 2/25: Pre-test Review- Page 1
I can read and draw digital and analog clocks.
I can find elapsed time.
Friday 2/26: Elapsed Time Fun!
I can find elapsed time.