NOTICE:
Know your addition (+),
subtraction (-),
and multiplication (x) facts
by December 1st.

Know your division ( / ) facts
by January 1st.

MEAP PRACTICE

Click the boy to go to a link to make a practice test.

My Classroom Goals: Addition: 100 facts in 4 minutes

Subtraction: 100 facts done in 4 minutes

Multiplication: 100 facts done in 4 minutes 24 11's and 12's done in 2 minutes

Division: 90 facts done in 5 minutes

My classroom goals prepare thestudents to pass the District Standards.

District Standards: Addition: 50 facts in 3 minutes

Subtraction: 50 facts in 3 minutes

Multiplication: 100 basic facts in 5 minutes 25 (11's and 12's) facts in 2 minutes

Division: 100 facts in 5 minutes
There will be 2 District Timed
Tests for basic facts: February
and May/June. Be ready.

Graph Paper:

Click the picture for graph paper.

More Graph Paper:

Click this picture for more graph paper.

Gallon Equivalencies:

Click the picture.

Stopwatch:

Click the stopwatch.

Create a Graph:

Click the picture.

For Fun:

I can guess your number!

Click me to play.

If you can figure out how it works,
see Mrs. Pardington and she will give you
a pencil.

A Puzzle a Day:

Click the picture.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Math Units:

Unit 1: Geometry

//**http://www.brainpop.com/math/geometryandmeasurement/geometry/**// This website offers free viewing of some of its cute videos. They're great for learning new concepts. Even better: consider getting a family subscription for the year so that you can view ALL of its videos in every subject area.

//**http://www.mathcats.com/explore/polygons.html**// When you go to the "Polygon Playground," drag any of the rainbow shapes from the top to the center of your screen. Create fun shapes or patterns with the polygons. This is a site made simply for fun!

Unit 2: Numeration Place Value; Addition and Subtraction of Multi-digit Numbers; Landmarks: Maximum, Minimum, Range, Median, Mode, Mean (Average)

Unit 3: Multiplication and Division Multiplication; Division; Number Sentences; Algebra

Baseball Multiplication SRB pp. 231-232 Beat the Calculator SRB p. 233 Division Arrays SRB p. 240 Multiplication Top-It SRB p. 264 Name That Number SRB p. 254 Multi-Fax Borrow a box from Mrs. Pardington

http://www.funbrain.com/ Try Math Baseball and Math Arcade. Get your parents' permission before giving out any information, including your family's email address.

//http://home.blarg.net/~math/FDU12.HTM// Think you've got the connection between decimals and fractions? Try this worksheet and have a parent check it. Bring it in for extra credit.

**//Partial Products//** This PowerPoint presentation shows the partial products method nicely. I found this on the internet. If anyone can find the author, please let me know so that I can give them credit for it.

//http://www.coolmath4kids.com/times-tables/times-tables-lesson-lattice-multiplication-1.html// This site explains lattice multiplication. One image didn't show up for me. This image was trying to show that when you have a single digit as a product (say, 2 x 4 =8), you would write the product with a "0" in the tens place. So "8" would be written as "08" so that each part of the box would be filled.

**//Partial Products//** This PowerPoint presentation shows the partial products method nicely. I found this on the internet. If anyone can find the author, please let me know so that I can give them credit for it.

//http://www.coolmath4kids.com/times-tables/times-tables-lesson-lattice-multiplication-1.html// This site explains lattice multiplication. One image didn't show up for me. This image was trying to show that when you have a single digit as a product (say, 2 x 4 =8), you would write the product with a "0" in the tens place. So "8" would be written as "08" so that each part of the box would be filled.

Click**//HERE//**to see another slide show explaining Partial Quotients. This one was created by Rina Iati of the South Western School District in Hanover, PA.

http://www.aaamath.com/fra42a-idequivfract.html Remember to multiply your fraction by a form of "1", like 2/2 or 3/3 or 4/4 or 10/10 or 11/11 or 20/20 or 100/100 (you get the idea), to get an equivalent fraction.

http://fen.com/studentactivities/MathSplat/mathsplat.htm If you're up to the challenge, you can try this game of adding and subtracting fractions. You will need knowledge of how to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions.

Helpful Resources:NOTICE:Know your addition (+),

subtraction (-),

and multiplication (x) facts

by

December 1st.Know your division ( / ) facts

by

January 1st.MEAP PRACTICEMy Classroom Goals:Addition:100 facts in 4 minutesSubtraction:100 facts done in 4 minutesMultiplication:100 facts done in 4 minutes24 11's and 12's done in 2 minutesDivision:90 facts done in 5 minutesMy classroom goals prepare thestudents to pass the District Standards.

District Standards:Addition:

50 facts in 3 minutesSubtraction:

50 facts in 3 minutesMultiplication:

100 basic facts in 5 minutes25 (11's and 12's) facts in 2 minutesDivision:

100 facts in 5 minutesThere will be 2 District Timed

Tests for basic facts: February

and May/June.

Be ready.Graph Paper:More Graph Paper:Gallon Equivalencies:Stopwatch:Create a Graph:For Fun:I can guess your number!

If you can figure out how it works,

see Mrs. Pardington and she will give you

a pencil.

A Puzzle a Day:Math Units:Unit 1: Geometry//**http://www.brainpop.com/math/geometryandmeasurement/geometry/**//

This website offers free viewing of some of its cute videos. They're great for learning new concepts. Even better: consider getting a family subscription for the year so that you can view ALL of its videos in every subject area.//**http://www.mathleague.com/help/geometry/polygons.htm#polygon**//

This site gives great definitions and examples of polygons. Sponsored by the Math League.//**http://www.mathcats.com/explore/polygons.html**//

When you go to the "Polygon Playground," drag any of the rainbow shapes from the top to the center of your screen. Create fun shapes or patterns with the polygons. This is a site made simply for fun!Unit 2: NumerationPlace Value; Addition and Subtraction of Multi-digit Numbers; Landmarks: Maximum, Minimum, Range, Median, Mode, Mean (Average)//**http://www.purplemath.com/modules/meanmode.htm**//

This site reviews the landmarks and has some sample problems to analyze.**http://www.explorescience.com/index.cfm/View/downloads/ELContent/materials/View/documents/index.cfm?method=cResource.dspView&ResourceID=1021**Read and follow the task in the lower right hand corner. This shows a good model of what is happening with subtraction.**http://www.funbrain.com/cgi-bin/tens.cgi?A1=s&A2=1**Quiz yourself on your knowledge of the place value chart.Unit 3: Multiplication and DivisionMultiplication; Division; Number Sentences; AlgebraBaseball Multiplication SRB pp. 231-232Beat the Calculator SRB p. 233Division Arrays SRB p. 240Multiplication Top-It SRB p. 264Name That Number SRB p. 254Multi-Fax Borrow a box from Mrs. Pardington//**http://themathworksheetsite.com/**//

This site allows you to make practice sheets.//**http://www.quizville.com/mathGames/timesTablesPractice/index.html**//

Practice your math facts. When you're ready to play, click the correct answer from the list on the left.

**http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.htm**Practice your math facts here, too.

http://www.funbrain.com/Try Math Baseball and Math Arcade. Get your parents' permission before giving out any information, including your family's email address.http://www.brainpop.com/math/numbersandoperations/division/Unit 4: Decimals and Their Uses//**http://www.aaamath.com/dec.html#topic1**//

This is a good review or introduction to the concepts of decimals.//**http://www.coolmath.com/decimals/index.html**//

I like the look of this site. I think it does a good job of showing you the place value chart and relating it to decimals.//http://home.blarg.net/~math/FDU12.HTM//

Think you've got the connection between decimals and fractions? Try this worksheet and have a parent check it. Bring it in for extra credit.Unit 5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation**//http://www.auburn.wednet.edu/everydaymath/games46/multiwrestling.htm//**

This site includes an explanation of how to play Multiplication Wrestling.**//Partial Products//**

This PowerPoint presentation shows the partial products method nicely. I found this on the internet. If anyone can find the author, please let me know so that I can give them credit for it.//http://courses.missouristate.edu/ShaeJohnson/mathlinks1.htm#Unit_5__Big_Numbers,_Estimation,_and_Computation//

A 4th grade teacher by the name of Mrs. Johnson provides summaries of each unit from Everyday Math and very useful links at this website. This section for Unit 5 covers Partial Products which is a natural follow-up to Multiplication Wrestling and then a natural lead in to the traditional multiplication method.//http://www.aplusmath.com/Flashcards/rounding.html//

Nice site for "rounding" practice.//http://www.coolmath4kids.com/times-tables/times-tables-lesson-lattice-multiplication-1.html//

This site explains lattice multiplication. One image didn't show up for me. This image was trying to show that when you have a single digit as a product (say, 2 x 4 =8), you would write the product with a "0" in the tens place. So "8" would be written as "08" so that each part of the box would be filled.http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/lattice.htmlThis site allows you to print out worksheets for the lattice method.Unit 5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation**//http://www.auburn.wednet.edu/everydaymath/games46/multiwrestling.htm//**

This site includes an explanation of how to play Multiplication Wrestling.**//Partial Products//**

This PowerPoint presentation shows the partial products method nicely. I found this on the internet. If anyone can find the author, please let me know so that I can give them credit for it.//http://courses.missouristate.edu/ShaeJohnson/mathlinks1.htm#Unit_5__Big_Numbers,_Estimation,_and_Computation//

A 4th grade teacher by the name of Mrs. Johnson provides summaries of each unit from Everyday Math and very useful links at this website. This section for Unit 5 covers Partial Products which is a natural follow-up to Multiplication Wrestling and then a natural lead in to the traditional multiplication method.//http://www.aplusmath.com/Flashcards/rounding.html//

Nice site for "rounding" practice.//http://www.coolmath4kids.com/times-tables/times-tables-lesson-lattice-multiplication-1.html//

This site explains lattice multiplication. One image didn't show up for me. This image was trying to show that when you have a single digit as a product (say, 2 x 4 =8), you would write the product with a "0" in the tens place. So "8" would be written as "08" so that each part of the box would be filled.

http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/lattice.html

This site allows you to print out worksheets for the lattice method.

Unit 6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles**//http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jeather/maths/dictionary.html//**

Type in the angle you want to see, and it will then display that angle. The type of angle that you have made is listed at the bottom.**//http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/mothermoose-64584-partial-quotients-unit-6-math-division-everyday-2-education-ppt-powerpoint///**

This site uses a slide show to explain Partial Quotients (Division)**//HERE//**Clickto see another slide show explaining Partial Quotients. This one was created by Rina Iati of the South Western School District in Hanover, PA.//http://www.thinkingblocks.com/ThinkingBlocks_MD/TB_MD_Main.html//

This site may be useful in practicing multiplication and division word problems (story problems).Unit 7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability//http://www.visualfractions.com///

GREAT site to start. This site covers MANY of the topics we cover in this unit.//http://mason.gmu.edu/~mmankus/PBlocks/pbact/whatnum.htm//

This website uses pattern blocks to help students understand fractions.http://www.mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol6/intro_probability.htmlNice introduction to probability.http://www.eduplace.com/math/mathsteps/3/b/index.htmlCheck this site out to revisit adding fractions.http://www.aaamath.com/fra42a-idequivfract.htmlRemember to multiply your fraction by a form of "1", like 2/2 or 3/3 or 4/4 or 10/10 or 11/11 or 20/20 or 100/100 (you get the idea), to get an equivalent fraction.http://www.learningplanet.com/sam/ff/index.aspOnce you think you've got equivalent fractions down pat, try this game. Can you beat Mrs. Pardington or a family member at home?http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=44Quick model that shows fraction, decimal, and percentage equivalencies.http://fen.com/studentactivities/MathSplat/mathsplat.htmIf you're up to the challenge, you can try this game of adding and subtracting fractions. You will need knowledge of how to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions.http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/fractions/frac.htmlTest your knowledge of fractions.http://www.homeschoolmath.net/online/fractions.phpGreat collection of links to fraction related sites.http://www.webmath.com/k8cf.htmlUse this site to help you compare fractions.Unit 8: Perimeter and Area**//http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/perimeter_and_area/index.html//**

Good site to start with to review or learn about perimeter and area.**//http://www.mathplayground.com/area_perimeter.html//**

Play to find the perimeter and area of rectangles. Notice how different rectangles can have the same perimeter or area but look very different.**//http://www.funbrain.com/poly/index.html//**

Now that you know the difference between "area" and "perimeter," try this game. Pay attention to the directions.**//http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/perimeterarea/perimeterarea.html//**

Make different shaped ships to help Dr. Marbles. There are lots of different possibilities.**//http://www.mathplayground.com/howto_area_triangle.html//**

Good place to start to find out how to find the area of a triangle. It shows how the area of a triangle is half the area of its related rectangle.**//http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/TriangleExplorer/?version=1.6.0_07&browser=MSIE&vendor=Sun_Microsystems_Inc//**

.Find the area of the triangle. Remember, to find the area of a triangle multiply the length times the height and then divide by 2.Unit 9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents**//http://www.quia.com/cb/34887.html//**

Use this site to practice. You may use a calculator to help you.Unit 10: Reflections and Symmetry**//http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_301_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities&from=category_g_2_t_3.html//**

Example of TRANSLATION (slide)**//http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_297_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities&from=category_g_2_t_3.html//**

Example of REFLECTION (mirror image)**//http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_299_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities&from=category_g_2_t_3.html//**

Example of ROTATION (turn)Click HERE to see Mrs. Pardington's PowerPoint examples of translation, reflection, and rotation.Unit 11: 3-D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity**//http://www.mathsteacher.com.au/year7/ch14_volume/02_solid/solid.htm//**

Review how to find the volume of a rectangular prism.**//http://www.mathsteacher.com.au/year7/ch15_linear/01_number/line.htm//**

A little review of negative numbers with a number line model**//http://www.eduplace.com/math/mathsteps/5/a/5.negnum.ideas1.html//**

Nice introduction or review of negative numbers.**//Number Line//**

This slide show reviews the number line with negative numbers and tries some addition problems. This slide show comes from www.icteachers.co.uk/resources/numeracy/negativenumbers.ppt.**//http://www.funbrain.com/linejump/index.html//**

If you think you are ready to add and subtract negative numbers, try this game.Unit 12: Rates