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  • Week of Septerber 18th
    It's going to be a great week!  In math 5th grade will begin multiplication of larger numbers using the standard algorithm.  Sounds simple, but takes a lot of practice.  4th grade will be discussing factors and multiples and will then be moving to multiplication.  They will be learning a few different algorithms for multiplication.  Their next topic is division.  It is very important that 4th graders know their multiplication and division facts by heart.  They must be fluent to multiply and divide multi-digit numbers. Both grades are continuing with ecosystems in science.

    We have two very social groups this year.  Please emphasis to your student the importance of staying focused and on task in class rather than looking for opportunities to socialize with friends.  We also have several students who like to make noises and "beat" on their desks.  There's nothing wrong with being active.  I strive to keep lessons hands-on and to give students the option of moving and working around the room, but students must stay on task and not disrupt the learning of others.

    A great big Shout Out to Charlotte, Amy, Victor A. and Wes for being our Math Rules top point earners.  Great Job guys!
    Posted Sep 18, 2017, 4:45 AM by Ella Frazier
  • Week of September 11th
    We are now in full swing!  This week 5th grade will be finishing up our number system which includes writing whole numbers and decimals in different forms, multiplying and dividing by powers of 10, comparing numbers and rounding numbers. Students will also be taking a district assessment through Schoolnet.  Our next topic is multiplying multi-digit numbers.
    Fourth grade will finish place value including comparing and rounding whole numbers.  They will begin adding and subtracting larger numbers.  They too will be taking a district assessment.  Both grades will continue ecosystems in science.

    Reminders:  Please return Friday folders on Monday with the behavior sheet signed.  Feel free to write any comments.
    All students have a daily word problem as homework.  We check those every day.
    Students have grades in Powerschool if you want to check on their progress.  There is a link to Powerschool on my home page.

    A Big Shout Out to Charlotte, Victoria, Wes and Zyanna for earning the most points on Math Rules.  This is impressive. Math Rules are challenging math problems students do as morning work.  They earn points for problems solved correctly.    
    Posted Sep 10, 2017, 2:02 PM by Ella Frazier
  • Week of September 4th
    The first week of the 2017-18 school year is in the books.  It was a great first week.  We got many routines in place and started with our first topics.  Fifth grade will continue to learn how the number system works and how to read and write numbers with exponents.  This week we will add decimals into the mix.  Fourth grade will also continue to learn about our number system.  They will also be rounding and comparing numbers.  Both the 4th and 5th grade will be getting started with ecosystems in science.  Fourth grade will focus on adaptations within an ecosystem and fifth grade will focus on comparing different types of ecosystems.
    We did not send home Friday folders this week because of the holiday, but students will get a Friday folder this week.  Please look for it, sign it and return in on Monday please.
    I must give a Shout Out to Charlotte and Arianna T. for solving "The Candy Problem" challenge.  They were brilliant!
    Posted Sep 4, 2017, 10:17 AM by Ella Frazier
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