I will leave this page up so the children can look back and review with one of the videos if they need to.
1.
subtracting fractions with unlike denominators when you have to regroup.
2.
multiplying fractions with whole numbers
Please look over this study
guide if you have time this weekend.
Here is a review
video on adding fractions with unlike denominators
Also here is a
game to play to help you study. play with a family member and see if you can bet them.
please watch this
video or this
video on comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators. You will need to create your own example comparing 3 fractions with unlike denominators showing how you ordered them from least to greatest. You do not need to add or subtract them, just order them from least to greatest. Use the last example in the video as your guide. You may choose any 3 fractions to compare. You may not use the numerator 1 in any of your examples. You can use any models or charts or graphs to teach your example. You must write it down and be able to explain to the class how you did it. You will be filmed tomorrow explaining your answer so make sure you practice how you did it.
Some of us are having trouble adding mixed numbers with unlike denominators. Here is a
study guide that might help you. The more practice you do the better you will be at it.
please review the
information on adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Test will be on Friday, April 25, 2014
Students have a study guide with questions to use as review. We are going over each question in class.
To study students can check out these sites if they are still having trouble. I also printed them out for their binders.
Prime and Composite Numbers
Greatest Common Factors
Reducing fractions to lowest terms
Least common Multiples
equivalent fractions
Tonight look over the attached
sheet explaining how to add or subtract fractions with unlike denominators. We started to go over this today in class. Remember you need to find a common denominator first. ***hint LCM **** If you need more help look at this
website for guidance.
Then I would like you to complete these two problems. Please answer them on a piece of loose leaf.
2/3 + 1/5 =
2/9 + 4/15 =
Equivalent fractions helpful
guide that you can use to study.
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Please play this
game on equivalent fractions.
Please watch this
video on equivalent fractions. Then you will need to write down how to find out if two fractions are equal. You will need to hand it in tomorrow. Please write it down on a piece of loose leaf paper.
Watch this
video on definitions of a fraction
watch this
video on prime and composite numbers. Write down the divisibility rules to prove if a number can be prime or composite on a piece of loose leaf paper. Write neatly because these will be your notes.
Tonight watch the
video on when you need to put a 0 in the dividend to complete the equation. Remember to watch only to minute 13:00. do not go beyond that. answer these 2 problems on a piece of loose leaf paper.
question 1. 15.7 divided by 4
question 2 1.452 divided by 24
Monday, March 31, 2014
today we learned how to divide a whole number into a decimal. Watch this
video to review what we did in class
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Since tonight is confirmation for our 6th graders and some of you might be going, I want you to re-watch last nights video on what to do when there is a 0 in the quotient. Then please complete these 2 word problems on loose leaf paper. you do not have to rewrite the word problem just the math problem and solve.
1. A farmer plants
2745 tomato plants in
9 rows. Each row has the same number of tomato plants. How many tomato plants are in each row?
2. Mr. Smith plants
2800 corn plants in
8 rows. Each row has an equal number of corn plants. How many corn plants are in each row?
tonight I would like you watch this
video. you will see what to do when you have a 0 in the quotient. We did not cover that today. You might have to watch it a few times to get the hang of it. After you feel comfortable with the concept try these problems.
Problem 1. 8176 divided by 2
Problem 2. 7254 divided by 6
Problem 3. 8436 divided by 4
Problem 4. 9648 divided by 8
Just write them out on a piece of loose leaf paper. Make sure you use your arrows to move down the problem like we did in class. This will be graded so do your best work.
tonight please watch this video on
long division
After watching this video please complete this
sheet
You need to complete each problem showing all your work. Make sure you remember to show your arrows like we did in class today.
Watch video on
vocabulary words and the video on how
multiplication and division are related to each other. Ticket into class tomorrow will be: How many boxes will Charlie need for 72 pencils if each box holds 8 pencils?
You will need to write the division sentence labeling the quotient, dividend and divisor. You will also need to write the related facts. Show two division facts and two multiplication fact in all.
for tonight I want you to watch this video on dividing decimals.
dividing decimals video
when you are finished watching I want you to complete the ten questions at this site.
questions
Review of adding and subtracting decimals.
Watch video
Watch this
video on multiplying decimals it is a review. write down your answers to the two problems at the end of the video. When you are watching this video, you need to click on the home button and listen to the problem of Zoe and her CD. Click on the second tab for helpful hints when multiplying with zeros. the third tab TRY IT is to practice.
If you have time I would like you to play the
decimal basketball games.
adding decimals
subtracting decimals
multiplying decimals
I would like you to watch this video tonight as a review of what Ms Cat taught you today. Please review the first video from Monday night's assignment also. We will be practicing multiplying by the power of tens tomorrow.
Review video
We are starting to multiply decimals. I want you to watch this video on multiplying by the power of tens. This is just like we did before with whole numbers, We are know just moving the decimal point.
video on multiplying decimals by the power of ten
I also want you to watch this video on multiplying decimals. You need to think back to when we studied place value and we saw that the numbers less then one were to the right of the decimal point. When we moved to the left of the decimal point we multiplied by ten and when we move to the right of the decimal point we divide by ten. I want you to write down questions you have about this video.
video explaining multiplying decimals by dividing.
Watch this video on subtracting decimals. this will be a review for the children that did the work last week, but I would like all students to watch it.
VIDEO
watch this video on subtraction word problems
VIDEO
Next try this word problem on line. If you get stuck watch the video again
PROBLEM
If you did not complete the worksheets below, please also complete them for homework this evening. thank you.
Please watch the videos on subtracting decimals.
video
one
video
two
video
three answer the practice problems.
WORKSHEET ON SUBTRACTING DECIMALS
Last week you should have watched the videos below. I would like for you to work on the attached worksheet while you are watching the snow fall from the sky. It will count and you must show all your work. That means print out the worksheet and write on it in pencil. Do not use a caculator to solve the problems.
WORKSHEET ON ADDING DECIMALS
Let's start by watching a few videos on adding decimals. Please watch them as many times as you need to. Write down any questions you may have that I can answer in class tomorrow.
adding decimals
video one
adding decimals
video two
adding decimals
video three