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Day 8 - Monday, March 30, 2020

  • MATH

    Overview: Math Packet - Week 3, Thursday - - Adding and Subtracting Decimals

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation: Today you will review Adding and Subtracting Decimals. Then, you can play Decimal Victory to practice decimal comparisons.

    Things to know:

    • When adding and subtracting decimals, remember to line up the decimals, which will line up your place values.
    • To review Adding and Subtracting Decimals, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages in Chapter 4.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.

    Tasks:

    MATH Packet - Week 3, Thursday

    • Self-made Questions:
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
      • Flip over 3 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line. Flip over 3 more cards and place these under each of the first three. Add a decimal to each number either after the first or second digit.
      • On a separate piece of paper, add and subtract the decimal numbers you created.
      • Repeat 3 times. You will have 6 problems on your separate of paper.
    • Decimal Detective:
      • Locate 8 ways that decimals are used around your house. Share with some else at least 3 of those ways. As a follow up question, “How do decimals (particularly the adding and subtracting of decimals) impact of daily lives?”
        • You do not need to write this answer down, please just discuss.
    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.
      • Play “Maze: Four Operations of Decimals” on Ed: Your Friend in Learning
      • Decimal Victory Game:
        • Shuffle your set of number cards.
        • Flip over 4 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line.
        • Add a decimal marker between two of the digits to make a number with a decimal.
        • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be larger than the number in front of you. (Add the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)
        • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be smaller than the number in front of you. (Add and Subtract the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)

    How is this assignment turned into Mrs. Maduzia
    Post a picture of your completed decimal problems to Seesaw!

    READING

    Read independently for at least 20-30 minutes. Add these minutes to your March reading log!

    There is no assigned reading activity for today. Please be sure you have read up to Pg. 85 in Night of the Twisters

     
    WRITING

    Overview:  Choice Writing

    Estimated Time: Approximately 20 minutes

    Explanation: Today you will be choosing a short prompt to respond to.

    Things to know:

    • You'll need the April writing prompts, which can be found here.

    Tasks:

    • Choose 1 of the April Writing Prompts and respond to the question asked.
      • You can respond in the following ways:
        • Write your response in a notebook that you have at home.
        • Word document in Office 365

    How is this assignment turned into Mrs. Maduzia
    At the END of the week, choose at least ONE of your responses to share, either through Seesaw (post a picture of your writing or type it) or share your Word document with me!