We have been working on math puzzles & games more recently. Such include magic squares and Sudoku. Several students requested access via the website, so this is for those special kiddos! Enjoy!

Magic Square Game

Printable Magic Square Worksheets (You must have Adobe to view!)

Sudoku Game Online

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

### Math Still Continues & What We Will Be Doing: 4/26/10 to 5/26/10

## Monday, April 26, 2010

We will be reviewing old skills from 1st-3rd nine weeks still.

We will also be introducing some new 6th grade skills in preparation for the fall.

We will also be doing math centers, math riddles, math puzzles, and math games using all of our 5th grade math skills!

Going to be a load of fun! 30 days left of 5th grade for the kiddos.

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

We will also be introducing some new 6th grade skills in preparation for the fall.

We will also be doing math centers, math riddles, math puzzles, and math games using all of our 5th grade math skills!

Going to be a load of fun! 30 days left of 5th grade for the kiddos.

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

### TCAP! It's done, and it's over!

## Wednesday, April 21, 2010

I am so proud of our kids. They did wonderfully this week, and they worked SO hard on their TCAP! TCAP is done and over (until next year!) You should be proud of your kids! I know I am!

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

### TCAP is here! 4-16-10 to 4-23-10

## Friday, April 16, 2010

TCAP is scheduled for the 5th grade April 16, 19, 20, and 21.

The math TCAP is on April 19, 2010.

I know they are going to do awesome. They ARE smarter than a 5th grader now :-) (soon to be 6th graders!)

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

The math TCAP is on April 19, 2010.

I know they are going to do awesome. They ARE smarter than a 5th grader now :-) (soon to be 6th graders!)

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

### And the reviewing continues! TCAP PREP 4-5-10 to 4-15-10

## Monday, April 5, 2010

The skills we will be working this week and next week will be skills we did in the 3rd 9 weeks. These are the skills we just finished doing in January through March.

These included skills to do with measurement and geometry.

#1 Records measurements in context to reasonable degree of accuracy using decimals and/or fractions

#2 Given a series of geometric statements, draws a conclusion about the figure described

#3 Finds perimeter and area of irregular shapes

#4 Solves word problems that require calculating area of triangles and parallelograms

#5 Identifies three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional representations of that object (nets) and vice versa

#6 Solves problems involving surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and polyhedral solids

#7 Finds the length of line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane, including the use of fractions of decimals

#8 Calculates mean, median, mode, and range to analyze data

#9 Makes predictions based on various data representations, including double bar graph and line graph

#10 Depicts data using various representations, including decimal and/or fractional data

Please feel free (and please do!) to let your child practice these skills using various math resources, games, or worksheets found through my site (or other means!) I am in the process of organizing the site even more. Please check out the pages to the right (underneath the home tab) to see lists to specific report card skills for each 9 weeks.

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

These included skills to do with measurement and geometry.

#1 Records measurements in context to reasonable degree of accuracy using decimals and/or fractions

#2 Given a series of geometric statements, draws a conclusion about the figure described

#3 Finds perimeter and area of irregular shapes

#4 Solves word problems that require calculating area of triangles and parallelograms

#5 Identifies three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional representations of that object (nets) and vice versa

#6 Solves problems involving surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and polyhedral solids

#7 Finds the length of line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane, including the use of fractions of decimals

#8 Calculates mean, median, mode, and range to analyze data

#9 Makes predictions based on various data representations, including double bar graph and line graph

#10 Depicts data using various representations, including decimal and/or fractional data

Please feel free (and please do!) to let your child practice these skills using various math resources, games, or worksheets found through my site (or other means!) I am in the process of organizing the site even more. Please check out the pages to the right (underneath the home tab) to see lists to specific report card skills for each 9 weeks.

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

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## About Me

- Mrs. Burger
- My name is Mrs. Hanah Burger. This is my 4th year teaching 5th grade math at Blythe-Bower Elementary, and I love what I do. My goal is to make as many math nerds out there to love numbers and change the world with their knowledge! I just finished my Masters, and I hope to one day go back for my EDs. I have two amazing kiddos, Mikaela (6) and Peyton (3), as well as a great hubby, Jonathan. They mean the world to me. :0D