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Category Archives: Math
Today we played a math game on the smart board that was like Bingo. It was a timed addition game. Congratulations to Ariella, Jagger, and Jeremy for being our “Matho” winner!
Fourth Grade has been working hard to become better “word problem solvers”. Here is a great example of the way Singapore Math teaches students to solve the problems using a model drawing. Click on image to see entire problem!
On Friday, October 19, the fourth graders had their first visit to the Baum Bucks Store. The students had to take their total number of credits earned, and choose items to purchase in the class store. Some students wanted to save … Continue reading
Our class used the “Show Me” app on our iPads this past Thursday. Check out a few of their word problems that they completed on this fabulous iPad app. Click here to see Itamar’s problem. Click here to see … Continue reading
For the past few days our class has been doing 4 digit multiplication problems. They were really hard, and our class is still struggling with them. But in a few weeks I think we will have mastered those problems. We … Continue reading
We learned about factors and multiples this week. Factors are numbers you multiply like in the number 18, the factors are 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 18. Multiples are when you count by a number, for example, the multiples … Continue reading
This week we learned about factors. Factors are the two numbers that tell you what to multiply, for example, 1×4=4. The 1 is a factor and the 4 is a factor too. The answer is called the product. On Friday, … Continue reading
This week we learned about rounding to the nearest tens, hundreds, and thousands. “A lot of people found rounding difficult,” says local class kid Elior. I know will get better at rounding. Also on Friday, Mrs. Teitelbaum asked us for … Continue reading
They say If you can teach it…you know it! We put 4th grade Math students to the “test”… well not really… No traditional test was required to show their understanding of multiplication. Based on Alan November’s work of “The Digital … Continue reading