## Math

**Best Ways to Study for Math:**

-Study the notes in your Math Notebook

-Use classwork and homework problems to review

-Use Khan Academy (search the topic you are studying, watch the video, and do practice problems.

-Use old quizzes or tests and redo problems.

-Rework any problems that you got incorrect in class.

****Projects for math can be found under "Projects and Updates"****

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**No Written homework for the rest of december!**

Please study as we finish our Fractions unit and study Probability!

**Week of Dec. 4th- 8th**

This week we are using all of the skills that we learned last week to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers. Any skills that the students struggled with on their quiz will need to be reviewed to make sure that he/she is successful this week!

Mon- Thurs: Complete column for each day. We will check in class the next day. Whole sheet will be turned in on Friday for a grade. Study for quiz Friday on adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers.

Mon- Thurs: Complete column for each day. We will check in class the next day. Whole sheet will be turned in on Friday for a grade. Study for quiz Friday on adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers.

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**Week of Nov. 27th- Dec. 1st**

This week we will review simplifying fractions, finding the least common multiples, and converting mixed numbers to improper fractions (and vice versa). These skills will lead to adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers next week.

**Monday-Thursday**IXL K.7 on Simplifying Fractions is due Friday; Study for quiz on Friday!**Week of Nov. 6th - 10th and 13-17th**

**Project form is due on Friday 11/10 and Project is due Friday 11/17!**

(To see the project, look under "Projects and Updates" or on our Google Classroom)

(To see the project, look under "Projects and Updates" or on our Google Classroom)

These first two weeks of the second marking period we will begin our unit on fractions. We will begin with comparing and ordering fraction and decimal numbers. We will also discuss equivalent fractions and how to simplify fractions.

IXL to practice includes: G9, G10, G12, G13, K9, K11 under the 5th grade tab

**Week of OCt. 30th- Nov. 3rd**

This week we will be reviewing for the Critical Skills Assessment. Topics include Prime and Composite Numbers, Order of Operations, Distributive Property, and Decimals.

There will be no written homework this week.

There will be no written homework this week.

**Please study! Math CSA is Thursday.****Week of oct. 23rd- 27th**

This week we are beginning multiplying and dividing decimals. Students are now expected to also be able to model multiplication and division of decimals, so you may see examples with hundreds grids or blocks.

**Monday- Thursday:**Week 6 Math Homework is due Tuesday-Friday of this week. We will go over the answers each day in class, so it should be completed nightly and turned in for a completion grade on Friday.**Friday**- Quiz on multiplying decimals and review of rounding, adding, and subtracting decimals**week of oct. 16-20**

This week we are studying decimals. We have covered place value and rounding. We will be working on adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals this week. Notes should be in the Math Notebook and students can practice on IXL!

**Monday- Thursday:**Week 5 Math Homework is due Tuesday-Friday of this week. We will go over the answers each day in class, so it should be completed nightly and turned in for a completion grade on Friday.**Friday**- Quiz on decimal place value, rounding, and adding/subtracting decimals.**Week of Oct 9th-13th**

**Mon:**Early Release

**Tues:**Complete elapsed time classwork,if not finished in class, due

**Wednesday**Study for mid-nine weeks assessment on

**Wednesday**(Covers prime/composite, even/odd, distributive property, order of operations, and elapsed time)

**Note:**Students will begin Decimal Unit this week and we will be using flexible grouping between Mrs. Boyce and my room.

**Week of Oct. 2nd-Oct. 6th**

Study for Test on Order of Operations, Distributive Property, and Problems Solving Wednesday!

You have no written homework. Study your notes, use IXL, and redo problems in your blue folder.

You have no written homework. Study your notes, use IXL, and redo problems in your blue folder.

**week of Sept 25th -29th**

**Note:**This week we are finishing Order of Operations and moving on to the Distributive Property of Multiplication over addition.

**Monday-Thursday:**Each night this week complete a column of the Math Spiral Review Sheet. The entire sheet is due and will be turned in Friday.

**Quiz on Order of Operations and Distributive Property Friday:**Use the notes in your notebook and completed work in your blue folder to help you study.

**Week of Sept 18th-22nd**

**Note:**This week we are finishing learning about Prime and Composite Numbers, and will be learning Order of Operations by the end of the week.

**Monday:**IXL Practice Grade 5 Skills F1 and F2 (or choose Grade 6 E3 and E5 for a challenge!) due by Thursday

**Tuesday/Wednesday:**Study for quiz on Prime/Composite and Odd/Even Numbers on Thursday

**WEEK OF SEPT 11TH -15TH **

**Monday:**Back to School Night at 6pm

**Tuesday and Wednesday:**We are pre-testing in class, so no written homework practice.

**Thursday-**Prime Number Maze (You may use your notes and calculator!) due Friday

**Friday-**Have a great weekend! We will have a quiz next week on prime and composite numbers.

**Week of Sept. 5th- 10th**

Tuesday: First Day of School!

Wednesday: Please make sure you have a math folder, homework folder, agenda, and a pencil in class everyday!

Thursday:

Friday: Thank you for a great first week! We will begin written homework practice next week!

Wednesday: Please make sure you have a math folder, homework folder, agenda, and a pencil in class everyday!

Thursday:

Friday: Thank you for a great first week! We will begin written homework practice next week!