FORM Good morning my lovlies. I hope you all are doing well. For TGIF, you will have a very light loud of work to do! Today's assignment is math only. Happy Friday!
Mistakes ALLOWS THINKING TO HAPPEN
Friday, May 1st
Respect Proverb for Friday: Never look down on anybody unless you're helping them up....Jesse Jackson
Double or Not?
Unit 5: Session 2.2
-I can articulate a rule that describes a numerical pattern
-I can write an equation that describes the relationship between two varying quanities
-I can use symbolic letter notation to represent the value of one varying quanty in terms of another
***IMPORTANT. When you click on the video, it will prompt you to a Pearson Sign In. Follow these directions:
- Please click Pearson EasyBridge Plus & Audio
- Type in Niagara Falls City School District and press "Go"
- Click "Sign in as a Student
- Have your child put their user name to log in to their computer at school. Their password is their student ID #.
- The video should now work. Once you do this on your device it will automatically go to the video from now on!
YOU WILL NEED THE 2 COMPLETED TABLES FROM LESSON 2.1, ON AREA AND PERIMETER. IF THEY ARE NOT COMPLETED, YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY'S LESSONS
1. Click on the purple link to review the Math, Words and Ideas video Writing Rules to Describe Change
2. Today you are going to examine the area and perimeter of rectangles with 3 squares across. Your job is to determine, by using your charts from page 309 and 311, if the area or perimeter of 10 rows are doubled, will it give you the area or perimeter that has 20 rows. REMEMBER, A=LxW P= S+S+S+S
3. Review your completed charts on area and perimeter from lesson 2.1 (pgs.309 and 311) carefully, then answer the questions by clicking on formFORMS.
****Printable Grid Paper to help with visualization****
4. Click on the purple link to practice Fact Fluency - MobyMax Fact Fluency