# Math & Science

Special Notes:

5/02 Ch. 12 Mid quiz.

5/10 Ch. 12 End quiz.

5/15 Ch. 12 Test. Think Central work due by 8:00 am.

5/18 Money Test.

On this page you will find information about what your child has learned about in Math and Science, as well as what I am planning on teaching the following week. The following week's plans are always subject to change due to teachable moments, weather, or campus activities.

The "Lessons we've learned" section below will show what lessons you can review with your child.  The "Lessons to be covered" section can give you an idea of lessons you can preview with your child to help boost their confidence in class.

This Week 4/30 - 5/04.

This week we continued Chapter 12 on 2 Dimensional Geometry.  This chapter will also include equal shares to the 1/2 and 1/4.  We also began to learn about Money in calendar.  For Money students need to learn what each coin is called, how much it is worth, and how many of each type make a dollar. Please try to review Money at home too.

Lessons we've learned:

4/30 - 12.4 I can combine 2-D shapes to make a new one./ U6L2 & U6L5 quiz / Plant Parts IAN & Brainpopjr video

5/01 - 12.5 I can draw to solve a problem./ U7L2 Video How are plants of the same kind different?
5/02 -  MId Chapter 12 Quiz. /Unit 7 Less. 2 How are plants of the same kind different? Book

5/03 - 12.6 I can find shapes in other shapes./ U8L1 Video What do plants need?

5/04 - 12.7 I can take apart 2-D shapes./ U8L1 Book What do plants need?

Next Week 5/07 - 5/11. (Subject to change due to teachable moments or hurricanes)

This week we will complete Chapter 12 on 2 Dimensional Geometry.  This week will include equal shares to the 1/2 and 1/4.  We will also continue to learn about Money in calendar.  For Money students need to learn what each coin is called, how much it is worth, and how many of each type make a dollar. Please try to review Money at home too. Our Chapter 12 Test will be next week.  It is scheduled for the 15th, however that may be adjusted due to STAR testing.

Lessons to be covered:

5/07 - 12.8 I can identify equal and unequal parts./ U7L2 & U8L1 quiz / Plant review foldable

5/08 - 12.9 I can seperate a shape into equal parts./ Plant review study guide.
5/09 -  12.10 I can seperate a shape into 4 equal shares. /Plant Benchmark

5/10 - Chapter 12 end quiz./ Plant review

5/11 - Ch. 12 Review./ (Shortened class due to Mother's Day event)

Science

This Week 4/30-5/04.

We started our week by taking a quiz on Unit 6 Lessons 2 & 5 and our Earth Day homework was due.  We then continued our Plants unit with Unit 7 Lesson 2 how are plants of the same kind different.  We ended the week with Unit 8 Lesson 1 what do plants need.

Next Week 5/07-5/11.

This week we will start the week with a quiz for Unit 7 Lesson 2 and Unit 8 Lesson 1.  We will then use the rest of the week to review our plants unit and take our Benchmark quiz.

Math At Home....

Explain our vocabulary words to you.

Write a count back problem.

Subtract from any number less than 20 by counting back.

Write a related addition and subtraction fact.

Subtract using a tens frame.

Subtract from a teen number by breaking apart the larger number to make a 10 and then subtract.

What SOAR stands for and what is a rule for each of the letters.
Our accountable talk statements... "What I heard __ say.", "I agree because", and "I disagree because"
Our rules for choosing a Math tool.
Our rules for using a Math tool.
Our Math & Science Norms

Give your child a number from 1-120 and ask them to write it the 5 ways that they have learned (standard, tens and ones, tens frame, expanded and drawing tens and ones)

Science At Home:

Ask your child to tell what each of their vocabualry words means

Let your child conduct a buoyancy inquiry at home and test if objects will sink or float.

Ask your child to name objects that are solids, liquids, and gases or have them find some around the house or outside.

Ask your child to tell you about the science tools we have learned about and what they are used for (measuring tape to measure around, ruler to measure length, measuring cup to measure liquid, balance to measure weight, hand lens to observe closely.