10-24-17_group_4_student_pages.pdf |

Attached to this post, you will find the notes that we took in class, as well as the student pages, in case you don't have them. Complete pages 27, 28, and 29. Use the sentence frames that are in our notes to explain your thinking.

6th and 7th graders: These pages are due tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/18/17.

8th graders: These pages are due Monday, 10/23/17.

We will finish up the second half of the lesson this Thursday.

6th and 7th graders: These pages are due tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/18/17.

8th graders: These pages are due Monday, 10/23/17.

We will finish up the second half of the lesson this Thursday.

10_17_17_group_4_classconnect_student_pages.pdf |

Multiplicative Comparison

Hello Fabulous Group 4!

I am attaching the materials from today's lesson to this post.

The session was recorded so you can go back into it and go through it again if you wish. :)

I'm glad everything worked today! Don't forget to turn in these three sheets when I see you at the Learning Center again. And bring your Dark Blue notebook with today's notes in it. :)

I am attaching the materials from today's lesson to this post.

The session was recorded so you can go back into it and go through it again if you wish. :)

I'm glad everything worked today! Don't forget to turn in these three sheets when I see you at the Learning Center again. And bring your Dark Blue notebook with today's notes in it. :)

Below are the notes from the session:

Notes from today's session and homework due this week.

- Understand what you are solving for prior to working out a solution.
- Look at your answer and return to the question that is asked to determine the reasonableness of their solution.
- Consider if the answer makes sense within the context of the problem.

Slides for today's session (use these to take notes, and then tape or glue into your notebook):

Student Workbook Pages:

- Attend the session. (If absent, watch the recording).
- Take notes.
- Complete the assigned student workbook pages.

Turn in these three workbook pages to me at the Learning Center Wednesday or Thursday of this week.

I will not accept any late work.

Any work that is turned in that does not have the necessary work will be given back to the student and will not be graded. Showing your work in Math is REQUIRED! Always.

Numbers

Student Pages:

2_27_17_group_4_4.12_a_stud_pgs.pdf |

Session Slides:

]]>Below, you will find:

- a blank copy of the slides that I used in class.
- the Student Pages used in this lesson.
- a copy of the ClassConnect session slides/notes (after the session is over).

Tip: It is not necessary to print in color so if you choose to print out these materials, you may print them in black-and-white.

4.18__a__finding_equivalent_fractions_pdf_slides.pdf |

4.18__a__student_pages.pdf |

Multiplication and Division

Below, you will find:

- a blank copy of the slides that I used in class.
- the Student Pages used in this lesson.
- a copy of the ClassConnect session slides/notes (after the session is over).

Tip: It is not necessary to print in color so if you choose to print out these materials, you may print them in black-and-white.

4.9__a__connecting_place_value_to_multiplication_and_division_pdf_slides.pdf |

4.9_part_a_stud_pages.pdf |

4.9_cc_session_notes.pdf |

Student Pages for Lesson 4.6:

ALL pages are due to Mrs. Claeson next week, Wednesday/Thursday, January 25/26, 2017. We will continue with the second part of the lesson on Monday morning. For today's session, just complete the pages through the Quick Check, pages41 - 43.

**PLEASE NOTE: LATE WORK WILL **__NOT__ BE ACCEPTED.

fmi_4th_grade_student_guide_lesson_4.6.pdf |