Tuesday, September 30, 2014

2-Digit Divisors

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Hey!

We moved on to 2-digit divisors this week and you guys are doing great! Before next week's class, make sure your notebook is up to date and that you've taken the 5.NBT.6b Quick Check! If you were absent on Tuesday, k-mail your quick check to me. The printable copy was k-mailed to you.

Speaking of Quick Checks, I thought I'd show you a couple samples of what a "4 point" quiz looks like. Both are easy to read and complete. Click on the images below to enlarge.


Even if you get the answers wrong, you can get points for trying your best and remembering to write your name! If you don't write you name on your slide, I may think you were absent. Eek!





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Here is a look at my notebook pages from Tuesday. If you click on the picture a bigger version will pop up. Feel free to copy down the information, if needed!



Sometimes it helps to have a good old fashioned multiplication table handy. You can use it for long division, finding area, fractions, and of course multiplication. I like this one because it's colorful and easy to use. If you think you might want to use one, you can print it out and glue it to the inside of your math notebook cover.



If you would like some extra help with division or you're in the mood for a new math game. Click on the links below!



Remember to k-mail me if you have questions or need help.

Next up... Geometry! 

3 comments:

Anonymous October 7, 2014 at 5:28 AM

Here in New Brunswick, Canada, our grade 4 French Immersion class LOVES Halloween, and Thanksgiving! :) (We have Thanksgiving in October here - which is coming up this weekend!)
We loved looking through your blog! :)

Mrs. Sol October 7, 2014 at 10:12 PM

Thanks for stopping by! I'm glad you enjoyed the blog. October is my all-time favorite month of the year! 😊

Anonymous October 8, 2014 at 8:54 AM

I love Halloween because you get a lot of candy. My mom lets us pick out a bag of candy from the store and then nobody takes it except my dad. He takes tax! The only part I don't like. 😏 😊

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