This week in math, students will use what they have learned about multiplication strategies to solve a real world problem. Students will be "building" their own hotels and will use multiplication strategies to write a business proposal.

November 5 - November 9

This week in math, students will continue to study multiplication by learning the standard algorithm for multiplication. Students will then be able to decide which method of multiplication is best for them and apply these skills to real world problems involving multiplication.

October 29 - November 2

This week in math, students will continue to learn strategies for multiplying large numbers. Students have already learned the area model for multiplication and now will build on that by learning the partial product strategy and, finally, the standard algorithm,.

October 22 - October 26

This week in math we will be starting a new unit on multiplication. Students will learn, through a variety of strategies, how to multiply one digit numbers by two, three, and four digit numbers and also two digit numbers by two digit numbers. Students will look at three strategies: the area model, partial product, and the standard algorithm.

October 15 - October 19

This week in math we will continue our study of rounding. Students are able to identify places and understand the basic concepts of rounding numbers within 1,000,000 to a certain place. Students will now get the chance to apply what they know to math games and real world situations to practice their rounding skills.

October 8 - October 12

This week in Math we will be starting our study of rounding. Students will take what they have learned about place value and it apply it to rounding numbers within 1,000,000 to certain places. Students will get a mix of instruction and real world application to practice their rounding skills.

October 1 - October 5

This week in math we are going to take a step back from content to practice skills that make good mathematicians. We will be looking at addition and subtraction conjectures where students will get a chance to explore the relationship between certain numbers and look for patterns when adding and subtracting. We will end the week with a real world task that will allow them to put what they have learned into practice.

September 24 - September 28

This week in math students will continue the place value unit we have been working on the past couple of weeks. Students will have the opportunity to use what they have learned about place value to round numbers to tens, hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands. Students will use rounding to make estimations on word problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

September 17 - September 21

This week in math students will continue to study place value. Students have learned how to find the value of digits based on place and how to say and write numbers in different formats. Now, they will have the chance to build upon those skills by comparing numbers and working on multi-digit addition and subtraction.

September 10 - September 14

This week in math we will continue our exploration of place value. Students have begun to understand the value of digits in each place and now students will have the opportunity to manipulate digits in order to change their values and compare them to digits in other places. Students will also start to learn about different ways to say and write numbers when we learn about standard, expanded, and word form.

September 3 - September 7

This week in math we will start our first unit, place value and rounding. We will also do a quick review of the standard algorithm for addition and subtraction problems. Within place value, students will explore the value of digits as they move from one place to another in order to understand and better use our base ten system of numbers.