4th Grade Math

Homework

Week of 12/3/19

Monday

No School

  • Homework - Practice basic facts

Tuesday

Long division practice

  • Homework - Sleeping Bull Worksheet
  • Quiz tomorrow

Wednesday

Long division quiz

  • Homework - Practice basic facts

Thursday

Lesson 4.3

  • Homework - Textbook pages 213-214

Friday

Lesson 4.12

  • Homework - Practice basic facts


*** Assignments are subject to change

Resources

Textbook

Below is a copy of our textbook. It is a PDF document, and the pages of the document to NOT correspond to the page numbers of the actual textbook. If you add 18 to the assigned page number(s) that should get you to the correct page(s). Please double check to make sure you are printing the correct page(s).

*If this link is not working, students should first sign into Google Docs and then try the link again.

Student Edition_G4.pdf

Grades

Check your student's grades with Parent Home Access

  • Your user name and password was sent home at the beginning of the year - Contact the office if you still need it

Think Central

Click the above link to access your Think Central account with your user name and password.

Then go to My Library for helpful resources like the following:

      • Student Edition eBook, G4 - Pages from your textbook
      • Go Math! Interactive Student Edition, G4 - Teaches (or reteaches) the lesson interactively and includes practice problems
      • Mega Math - Games to practice various math skills

First in Math

Click the above like to access your First in Math account with your user name and password. This program helps students acquire, reinforce, and retain essential math skills. Student progress on Very Important Facts is used for their fact fluency grade on the report card.

Khan Academy

Click the above link to access your Khan Academy account with your Google user name (ending in @ovsdpa.org) and password. Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

Prodigy Game

We will not use this program until closer to the end of the year. Click on the above link to access the game with your user name and password. This program incorporates the math curriculum into a video game format that appeals to most students. Prodigy is free to use. It is NOT necessary to pay to become a member.