Check out this great site from Ms. Jenny Kim and her students in Westwood Youth Group in Kentucky!!! Some great calculators!!! Check them out!
Click below! Online Math Calculators
Unit 10: Reflections & Symmetry
We are using the partial-quotients method to divide
Congratulations to our winners!!!
Some of our other winners were Joel (x2), Julia, Cole, Jeph (x2)
have won! Remember to bring the jar back filled with enough of "something" for the whole class- NO NUTS!! :)
The table shows different types of special quadrilaterals arranged in a hierarchy.
Students, click on the unit we are studying to practice the lessons we are working on in class.
Be sure to try the Speed math sites at the bottom!!!
Fact Triangles - Cut them out and PRACTICE your facts!!!!
Keep studying those multiplication facts!!!!
Links to learn more about partial products & Lattice multiplication
Will your name make it to a star for my Multiplication STAR wall???
Some more exciting sites:
Resources below for
be successful in math, students should be able to recall basic math
facts quickly and accurately. Fact practice is introduced in first grade
and continues each year after that. Second grade students are expected
to know addition and subtraction facts, zero to ten. Third grade
students should know multiplication and division facts through tens.
is no single, best way to learn math facts, except for practice.
Flashcards work well. Some students learn by writing things down. Other
kids do better working on the computer. Try different ways and go with
what works for you.
Here are some websites that will help reinforce speedy and accurate recall of basic math facts: