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MS. FONKEN'S THIRD GRADE CLASS. Home Math Fact Practice Technology Daily 5 Math Daily 5 Reading Homework Links Keyboarding Holidays Flipped Classroom Reading Skills Practice Research Websites Zoo Unit Science Assessment Read Alouds. Home-link 2.11- Frames and Arrows.
STUDY LINK 2 11 Unit 3: Family Letter Name Date Time Geometry Explorations and the American Tour In Unit 3, your child will set out on the American Tour, a yearlong series of mathematical activities examining historical, demographic, and environmental features of the United States. The American Tour.Before beginning this Home Link, review the vocabulary from the Unit 2 Family Letter with your child: number story, label, unit box, and number model. Encourage your child to make up and solve number stories and to write number models for the stories. Stress that the answer to the question makes more sense if it has a label.Explore the problem with the eTool below. Click the link at right for the full version of the eTool: 2-11 HW eTool (CPM).
HOME LINK 1 13 Unit 2: Family Letter Addition and Subtraction Facts Unit 2 focuses on reviewing and extending addition facts and linking subtraction to addition. Children will solve basic addition and subtraction facts through real-life stories. In Everyday Mathematics, the ability to recall number facts instantly is called “fact power.”.Read More
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Fourth Grade Homework. Homework will be sent home each Tuesday. Please check due dates. Guidelines for Homework. Bi-weekly homework will relate to your child's current learning in the classroom. The homework assignment page will be given to your child and goes into the brads of their folder. All work should be done in the spiral.Read More
View Homework Help - Santizo, Homework from 2-11-16 from MATH 3 at Proj Cda High School. Fernando Santizo 2-11-16 Homework 10. Radiation in Baby Teeth Use the frequency distribution from Exercise 18.Read More
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Daily Reading: Read for 20 minutes every night. Fill out the Reading Log. Spelling: Practice this week's spelling words (Lesson 6-4 - The Last Theme Spelling List for 3rd Grade) for Friday's quiz. Language Arts: Choose an article from Earth Day at Time for Kids and write an opinion paragraph on the topic. Math: Choose 3 of the IXL math links and score at least 90 points.Read More
Angles and Fractional Parts of a Circle - Lesson 11.1. Degrees - Lesson 11.2. Measure and Draw Angles - Lesson 11.3. Joint and Separate Angles - Lesson 11.4.Read More
WebMath is designed to help you solve your math problems. Composed of forms to fill-in and then returns analysis of a problem and, when possible, provides a step-by-step solution. Covers arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics.Read More
Math: Home Link 4-1, Social Studies: States and Capitals, Spelling Calendar 12. December 2 to 6. Monday Read 30 minutes (Enter one title per day or page numbers if reading a chapter book. Reading log is due the following Monday) Fluency Lesson 10, Journal Writing: Free Choice, Math: Home Link 3-7, Spelling Calendar, Study for social studies quiz.Read More
Mr. Sassetti's Homework Page Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Homework 2.11.20 General: Religion: Reading: Comprehension passages 14 and 15 Science: Math: Home Link 6-2 Social Studies: ELA: Posted by Mr. Sassetti at 5:40 PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. No comments: Post a Comment.Read More