**HOMEWORK**

**Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd** we are completing iReady diagnostic testing.

In the meantime you could look at the **Cryptology Links** on this website, or do a little iReady - o**nly if** you have completed the diagnostic.

**Thursday May 16th, 2019**

1. Please complete 1 activity in** iReady Teacher Assigned Activities.**

2. You may continue to work on the **Star Trek presentation **in Slides.

**Wednesday May 15th, 2019**

1. Please complete 1 activity in** iReady Teacher Assigned Activities.**

2. If you would like to work on the **Star Trek presentation**, there is a **student version** on the PowerPoint you can open in Slides, in Google Classroom.

**Tuesday May 14th, 2019**

Homework tonight can be found on Math Antics.** Scaled Drawing Problems - page 1 and 2.**

Watch the tutorial to help you remember.

**Monday May 13th, 2019**

Homework tonight is one double-sided Math Antics sheet on long division.

**Monday April 29th, 2019**

We have no assigned homework as the NJSLA begins tomorrow. **IF** you wish to do a little math practice over the coming week...you could:

1. **Try the practice test** for the NJSLA - Math. **You could try a few 5th grade questions**, not just 4th grade.

2. You have **handouts from class today** that you could work on. We will look at these and more on Friday.

3. IF you need to review some concepts remember to look at the **Math Antics tutorials**.

4. There are also **tutorial links on my website**.

**Wednesday April 17th, 2019**

Please complete one activity on iReady.

Remember to** try the practice test for the NJSLA - Math, **when you can.

**Tuesday April 16th, 2019**

Please complete one activity on iReady.

**Monday April 15th, 2019**

Please complete the double-sided **EngageNY Lesson 37 Homework Set.**

*Review the tutorial too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRYdXNpHzRc*

Some students may be finishing **EngageNY Lesson 31 Problem Set.**

If you need to review **Multiplication of Fractions** check out the Math Antics tutorial.

**Friday April 12th, 2019**

Homework is one single-sided EngageNY worksheet. There are two questions to answer.

**Thursday April 11th, 2019**

**Homework tonight is mixed. We are wroking on different handouts and concentrating on different areas to study.**

1. You could be finishing the remaining questions from last nights homework.

2. You may have an EngageNY Metric System worksheet.

3. You may have an EngageNY Prime/Composite numbers handout.

4. You may have an EngageNY tape or bar diagram handout.

5. You may have a Ready Math Unit assignment on Fractions.

6. You may have a Ready Math Unit assignment on Place Value.

*There is plenty of work to do!*

**Wednesday April 10th, 2019**

Work on the Module 6 Mid-Module Assessment, questions 1 through 5.

# This tutorial will help you remember: Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 6 Lesson 6.

Here is** another tutorial** solving very similar problems.

**Monday April 9th, 2019**

**Tomorrow we have the Noetic Math Contest - IF you have NOT returned your permission slip by tomorrow morning your name will not appear on the Noetic website, no matter how high your score!**

We are working on two different handouts.

1. Ready Math Unit 5 Assessment.

2. EngageNY End-of-Module Assessment.

**Try the practice test. for the NJSLA - Math,** if you have finished both handouts.

**Monday April 8th, 2019**

We are working on two different handouts.

1. Ready Math Unit 5 Assessment.

2. EngageNY End-of-Module Assessment.

Try to complete **one** of these tonight. You should already have a good start made on the Ready Math Assessment.

**Friday April 05th, 2019**

1. Work on you **teacher assigned or iReady assigned** activities.

*or*

2. If you did not fnish the **Unit 2 Mid-Unit Assessment** in class, do so over the weekend. You should only have a few questions left to answer.

**Thursday April 04th, 2019**

Your homework tonight is on a double-side sheet of paper, you have **four questions** to answer.

**Wednesday April 03, 2019**

Do you want to know what taking the Mathematics portion of the New Jersey Assessments is like? A practice test for each grade is available below for you to use to familiarize yourself with the kinds of items, tools, and format used for the tests.

**Monday April 01, 2019**

1. If you did not finish the** Double Plus One** activity in class - do so at home. *Explain your answers clearly.*

2. Complete the **Threatened and Endangered **activity. *Explain your answer clearly, using math vocabulary and tables or diagrams if necessary.*

**Friday March 29nd, 2019**

Work on your teacher assigned or iReady Assigned activities.

**Thursday March 28h, 2019**

**Complete the Tenths and Hundredths question.**

*Jossie said - The little squares represent tenths and the rectangles represent hundredths, which makes sense because ten little squares makes one rectangle, and ten times ten is one hundred.*

*a. Explain what is wrong with Jossie's reasoning.**b. Name three numbers that Jossie's picture could represent. In each case, What does a**little square represent? What does a rectangle represent?*

**Wednesday March 27th, 2019**

Homework tonight is on **EngageNY,** you will have the **Lesson 9 Problem Set** to complete.

Check out the Math Antics Rounding Video if you need to.

Check out the EngageNY Lesson 9 tutorial also.

**Tuesday March 26th, 2019**

Homework tonight is on EngageNY, you will have the Lesson 11 or Lesson 12 Homework Set to complete.

**Monday March 25th, 2019**

Please complete one page of the **What Percent Is It? Word Problems** - Set 1 or Set 2.

**If you need help remembering what we did in class today - take a look at:**

**Finding a Percent of a Number.**

**Friday March 22nd, 2019**

Work on your teacher assigned **iReady Assignments**. Try to complete at least one iReady Assigned activity.

**Thursday March 21st, 2019**

No Homework for Open House and Science Fair.

**Wednesday March 20th, 2019**

Please complete the first two pages of the **Math Antics Algebra** handout from class - **Solving Basic Equations part 2**. You should have a few questions done already! The tutorial will help you.

**Tuesday March 19th, 2019**

**THINK DEEPLY**

You have a large double sized page with 2 problems. Pick the SECOND ONE of the Think Deeply questions and write your answer.

**Monday March 18th, 2019**

**THINK DEEPLY**

You have a large double sized page with 2 problems. Pick ONE of the Think Deeply questions and write your answer.

**Friday March 08, 2019**

Work on your **iReady Assignments**. Try to complete at least one iReady Assigned activity.

**Thursday March 14th, 2019**

No homework tonight in honor of all the great work done, by the class, on the Olympiad.

**Wednesday March 13th, 2019**

**THINK DEEPLY**

Miranda has made a discovery. She claims that all **squares are rectangles**! Do you agree or disagee? Explain your answer.

**Tuesday March 12th, 2019**

**THINK DEEPLY**

1a. Explain to a friend who was absent today what a parallelogram is. Include a picture.

1b. Is a rectangle a parallelogram? Explain your answer.

**Monday March 11th, 2019**

Homework tonight is mixed:

1. Finish you **Mid-Module Assessment** at home,* if you need to.*

2. Complete the EngageNY Lesson 15 Homework Set Handout.

*or*

3. Complete the EngageNY Lesson 2 Problem Set Handout.

**Friday March, 08, 2019**

1. Work on your **iReady** Assignments. *Try to complete at least one iReady Assigned activity*

2. Take a look at our two **Math Antics** tutorials...again!

**Thursday March 07, 2019**

1. Rewatch the **Math Antics** video on add and subtrating in Algebra.

2. Try to complete **5 or 6 questions** on the Math Antics handout from class. If you feel you can complete the whole handout great! Solve the problems **Line-by-Line!**

**Wednesday March 06, 2019**

1. Check out the** TEDEd video** on the Pythagorean Theorem.

**2. Have your test signed.**

3. Finish the drawings from class, if you need to, using a ruler and protractor.

4. Work on iReady if you have completed the drawings in class.

**Tuesday March 05, 2019**

**Group 1:** Are working on a double-sided Math Antics handout on **Composite Area**. Check out the **tutorial **to help you.

**Group 2: **Are working on the** Pythagorean Theorem.**