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The Week of September 17th - 21st

 

This Weekend:

 

 

You are more than welcome to continue working on the firehouse problem! See if you can figure out a way to cover all street corners using NO MORE than 7 firehouses!  Believe it or not, there is at least one solution that uses only 6 firehouses!

 

 

Click here for a printable copy of the firehouse problem worksheet.

 

 

The last day that I will take the firehouse problem EXTRA CREDIT will be on Monday, September 24th.

 

 

 

Be sure to check out some of the activities that I've listed below:

 

 

Multiplication:

 

Turning Repeated Addition Sentences into Multiplication Sentences -See if you can correctly rewrite each repeated addition sentence into a multiplication sentence.

 

Turning Arrays into Multiplication Sentences -One model that we use when exploring the world of multiplication is the Array Model.  Test your skills at reading arrays and see if you can create the correct multiplication math sentence that each array is modeling.

 

 

 

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.

 

 

Math Flash Cards:

 

Quick Flash Cards - This is a great place to start when using online flashcards.  To begin, first select which factor you wish to work on.  After you have successfully completed 3 rounds, you get to change the theme background for the game!

 

Mr. Martini's Flash Cards -Click on any one of the flash card pictures to begin your adventure.  Be sure to click on the check mark on the bottom of the first flash card that comes up to get the answer to each flash card.  

 

 

 

For Friday:

 

Please be sure to BOOKMARK this web page!!

 

Please talk to your family tonight and see if you can come up with other ways in which we use numbers.  For EXTRA CREDIT, write down a list of new ways that you and your family came up with for how we use numbers in our everyday lives!

 

Also....

 

Here's my riddle for you:

 

Johnny's mother had three children.  The first child was named April.  The second child was named May.  What was the third child's name?

 

Write the answer on a piece of paper and give it to me tomorrow at the beginning of class!

 

 

For Thursday:

 

Due to the fact that we do not have school on Wednesday,there is no official homework.

 

HOWEVER..... I have given the first EXTRA CREDIT activity assignment:

 

 

You are more than welcome to continue working on the firehouse problem! See if you can figure out a way to cover all street corners using NO MORE than 7 firehouses!  Believe it or not, there is at least one solution that uses only 6 firehouses!!

 

Click here for a printable copy of the firehouse problem worksheet.

 

The last day that I will take the firehouse problem EXTRA CREDIT will be on Monday, September 24th.

 

 

For Tuesday:

 

Last week we played a math center activity called "Roll for a Dollar."  Please complete the "Thinking Further" worksheet that relates to this activity.  Please answer question number 2 in full sentences.  If you need more space, please use the back of the paper.

 

Click here for another printable copy of the "Thinking Further Worksheet."

 

You are more than welcome to continue working on the firehouse problem! See if you can figure out a way to cover all street corners using NO MORE than 7 firehouses!  Believe it or not, there is at least one solution that uses only 6 firehouses!!

 

Click here for a printable copy of the firehouse problem worksheet.

 

 

Welcome Back!

 

I'm really excited to begin a new school year with such a terrific group of students! I know that we're going to have an awesome year. This page will be your source of news & entertainment into the world of Mr. Nolde's 3rd grade math class. As far as school supplies needed for Mr. Nolde's 3rd grade math, they're really quite simple:

 

Your homework folder (provided by your homeroom teacher)
Your assignment pad (again, provided by your homeroom teacher)
A few sharpened pencils
A readiness to have fun! In addition, I will provide a classwork portfolio folder and a math journal for each student!

 

Not sure what the homework was?

 

 

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!