• Hello to Nwes, Schekina, Darwin and Kareem,

    Welocme to Math Remote Learning!

     

    3/16/20 - For the first day of Math, you may log into iReady.

    After 15 - 20 minutes you may try another lesson forom Khan Academy to support your class assignments: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-area-and-perimeter/basic-geo-perimeter/v/introduction-to-perimeter    

    3/17 - 3/20 - Log into iReady as instructed below. There are lessons just right for you. 

    3/23 - 3/27 - Log into iReady as instructed below. There are lessons just right for you.

     3/30 - 4/3 - Log into iReady as instructed below. There are lessons that are just right for you!

     4/13 - 4/17 - Log into iReady as instructed below. There are lessons that are just right for you!

    4/20 - 4/24 -  Log into iReady for 15 - 20 minutes     4/27- 5/1 - Log into iReady. This week 4th Grade will review perimeter and area and begin working on elapsed time.

    Here is an easy and fun video for elapsed time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXFZUMjehDU  and  Elapsed Time: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-third-grade-math/time/elapsed-time/v/times-differences-math-3rd-grade-khan-academy

    5/4 - Today is Special's Day!  Dr Gibson wants students to focus on the Special teacher's sites today.  No Math Plans today!  

    5/5 - 5/8 -This week you are learning about Geometry and angles! You can make an angle by bending your arm! Your elbow is the vortex.  < >    Angels can be small "a cute" little angle is acute. (smaller than 90 degrees) 

    An obtuse angle is open and large. (larger than 90 degrees)  A right angle is exactly 90 degrees! You will find these in the corners of Squares! 

    5/11 - Today is Special's Day!  Go to your special teachers Sites! ( Art, Music, Gym and Library)  No assignment today!

     5/12 - 5/15 - Log into iReady as instructed below. There are lessons that are just right for you!

     *This week you continue learning about Geometry and angles! You can make an angle by bending your arm! Your elbow is the vortex.  < >    Angels can be small "a cute" little angle is acute. (smaller than 90 degrees) 

    An obtuse angle is open and large. (larger than 90 degrees)  A right angle is exactly 90 degrees! You will find these in the corners of Squares! 

     Activities:  Here is a fun video about angles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVuMULQjb3o  Form your own angle with paper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7K4zztMXT0

     Today is Special Teacher's day. Please log into a special teachers' site for directions!  No math assignment today.

    This week Fourth Grade is learning about decomposing angles and adding and subtracting angles.

     Here are some instructional videos: Khan Academy:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMj46crbLaw  And Math Antics, Angles and Degrees https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n3KZR1DSEo  Also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY7vDNxnpeU

     Here is a fun game: Aim the cannon to form an angle with (30 degrees): https://www.education.com/game/circus-angle-measurement/

     You may also log into iReady. There are lessons that are just right for you!

     6/1 - Today is Special's day!  Go onto your special Teachers' sites. Enjoy!

     Math Antics:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiREqzDsMP8

    6/2 - 6/5 - This week Fourth Grade is learning about classifying polygons and reviewing quadrilaterals!   I will continue holding a math group for you to attend for any assistance in Fourth grade Math!    Math Antics:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiREqzDsMP8  Referenced resources above.

    6/8 is Monday; Special Teachers Day! Check out your special teachers' pages.

     6/9 - 6/12  This week fourth grade teachers are reviewing concepts recently learned and Practice what was previously learned! Have fun with these review games:

     

    Welcome, Fourth Grade Mathematicians!

     

    *6/15 -  Today is Monday, Special Teachers day! Go to your special teachers' pages. Enjoy!

     

    6/16 - This is the last week of school with a special event on Wednesday (Klockner Drive Through) and a half day tomorrow.

    You may continue using the games and activities on this site over the summer!

    iReady will also be available to keep your skills sharp!

    There will be no further Title 1 assignments!  Happy Summer!  <3

     

     

     

     Review Activities:

     Here is a fun game: Aim the cannon to form an angle with (30 degrees): https://www.education.com/game/circus-angle-measurement/

     Quadrilaterals Song, Number Rock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMkY_uIku9Q

    Here is a fun video about angleshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVuMULQjb3o

     Form your own angle with paper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7K4zztMXT0

    Also you may practice your multiplication skills using this game:  https://www.education.com/game/multiply-by-7-skiracer/

     Remember: 

    You can make an angle by bending your arm! Your elbow is the vortex.  < >    Angels can be small "a cute" little angle is acute. (smaller than 90 degrees) 

    An obtuse angle is open and large. (larger than 90 degrees)  A right angle is exactly 90 degrees! You will find these in the corners of Squares! 

      Or Multiplication Arrays and Area: https://www.education.com/game/pool-creation-math-problems/   If the problem says to build a pool 6 by 5, that means 6 squares up and 5 squares over to make a rectangle.  Answer 6x5=30 Area is 30 sq. feet. If it gives you one number total then you need to think of what two numbers multiplied will = that number. Then do the same, build squares up the sides for first number multiplied and over for the second. Give it a try for fun! : )

    Review Fractions: https://www.education.com/game/space-fractions/ 

    *Log into iReady through Clever on the Klockner School website. I believe you know how to log on using your password. : )  Students may work for about 15- minutes each day with another activity or 25 - 30 minutes alone to meet Title 1 class time expectations. Please use whatever time frame works for you and your family.

    The other activity, you may choose to try today, or another day when a parent is available to help is: Making Home Made Play Doh! Following a recipe uses both reading and math skill by measuring and mixing ingredients as well as reading the steps. You make practice creating fractions by forming a pizza or making a cake (as we did in class). Cut it in half, then fourths and continue...

     Here are the links that contain the recipies:

    https://stayathomeeducator.com/absolutely-perfect-no-cook-scented-play-dough-recipe-without-cream-tartar/

    https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/no-cook-playdough/

     

    However do not use Baby Oil. Use the cooking oil option for the recipie.

    Enjoy,

    Mrs Ruch