The Week of October 16th - 20th

 

This Weekend:

 

If you have time, please try the online practice test!!

 

Coming up....

 

On Monday of next week, I will return your Topic 2 Practice Test and will have you correct them for homework. If you would like to take another look at that practice test beforehand, please click on the link below:

 

Click here for another printable copy of the Practice Test.

 

Our Topic 2 Test will be on Friday, October 27th.

 

 

Click here to watch the movie of the book "How Much is a Million?"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Try these activities below:

 

 

Mental Math Addition:

 

Mental Math Addition -Click on start to begin! If you scroll down the page some more, you can also try this activity in countdown mode or twenty questions mode as well.

 

Speed Math Trainer -Try your hand at "Addition Medium" and see if you can correctly answer ten double-digit mental math addition problems.  If you're feeling really confident, why don't you try "Addition Hard" for some three-digit mental math problems.

 

Fridge Magnet Addition -Here's a good mental math addition activity for you! Using your great skills in mental math addition, see if you can complete the sums of these 2 digit addition problems. Also, be sure to try level B where you are asked to fill in the missing addend for each equation!

 

Mental Math Soccer! -Here's a fun game that gives you practice with  2-digit mental math addition.  Be sure to try some of the techniques that we worked on in class.

 

Speed Grid Addition Challenge -Find two numbers in the grid whose sum equals the number given below the grid. Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want given to answer each challenge.

 

 

Mental Math Subtraction:

 

Mentally Subtracting 2-Digit Numbers -Click on start to begin! If you scroll down the page some more, you can also try this activity in countdown mode or twenty questions mode as well.

 

Speed Grid Subtraction Challenge -Find two numbers in the grid whose difference equals the number given below the grid. Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want given to answer each challenge.

 

 

Rounding Numbers:

 

Rounding to the Nearest Ten - Be sure to play in the "Countdown" mode. See if you can get a score of 20 or better!  If you need review on how to round numbers, be sure to scroll up the page for a nice explanation.

 

Rounding to the Nearest Hundred-Be sure to play in the "Countdown" mode. See if you can get a score of 20 or better! If you need review on how to round numbers, be sure to scroll up the page for a nice explanation.

 

Rounding to the Nearest Thousand-Be sure to play in the "Countdown" mode. See if you can get a score of 20 or better! If you need review on how to round numbers, be sure to scroll up the page for a nice explanation.

 

Rounding to the Nearest Ten Thousand-Be sure to play in the "Countdown" mode. See if you can get a score of 20 or better! If you need review on how to round numbers, be sure to scroll up the page for a nice explanation.

 

Mixed Rounding-There are fifty numbers that need rounding. How many numbers can you correctly round?

 

 

Math Fact Fluency:

 

 

Math Magician Addition! -How good is your addition math fact fluency??  Click here to find out!  Choose which particular math fact you'd like to work on and see if you can answer 20 questions in less than a minute.

 

Math Magician Subtraction! -How good is your subtraction math fact fluency??  Click here to find out!  Choose which particular math fact you'd like to work on and see if you can answer 20 questions in less than a minute.

 

 

Looking for computer-based activities that have to do with what we're learning about in class? You've come to the right place! Would you like to take a preview of some of the interactive math games that we will be using this year? Click here to see Mr. Nolde's Math Resource Page!

 

 

 

 

For Friday:

 

Today in class, we reviewed the skill of rounding numbers.

We did the page "Rounding" P 2-5 in our workbook as well as worked on rounding activities listed below.

 

Tonight, please complete the enrichment worksheet: "And the Answer Is"

 

Click here for another printable copy of tonight's enrichment worksheet.

 

If you have extra time, why don't you try some of the rounding website games listed below!

 

 

For Thursday:

 

Yesterday in class, we explored the various properties of addition.

 

Tonight, please complete the enrichment worksheet: "Add it Up"

 

Click here for another printable copy of tonight's enrichment worksheet.

 

 

For Wednesday:

 

Last week, we designed a millions place value block.  Shown below are the pictures of the millions place value block that we built! 

 

Tonight, for homework, please complete the journal assignment "Design a 1,000,000 Block Reflection."

 

Please be sure to address each of the questions in the journal assignment.  As a supplement to your writing, you are more than welcome to include a drawing showing the dimensions of what a billions would have!

 

Click here for another printable copy of the journal assignment.

 

 

For Tuesday:

 

For homework, please do the following:

 

1) Please read pgs. 31-32 in your math textbook on Properties of Addition.

 

2) Please complete "Using Mental Math to Add" P 2-3 in your workbook.

 

 

All the text pages are available online for the students. Our classroom login is: mr.nolde The password is mathisfun3  In order for the online textbook to correctly display, you will need to make sure that your "pop-up blocker" on your web browser is disabled. Here is a link to help you disable this function for most common web browsers. The link for the online textbook is www.pearsonsuccessnet.com.  Not only can you access the textbook online, but you can also print out any of the practice pages in our workbook as well!  Click here to learn more about how to print out any of our practice workbook pages!

 

In addition to the Scott Foresman textbook, we will be utilizing investigative units put together by Project M³: Mentoring Mathematical Minds! I am extremely excited to be incorporating these units into our enrichment math program here at Campbell School. Click here to learn more about Project M³   Be sure to click on the link that says "For Parents."