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Comparing Decimals & Fractions: 8/29/11 to 9/2/11

Friday, August 26, 2011

Comparing decimals & fractions: Test FRIDAY! September 2!


5.2.9 Compare whole numbers, decimals and fractions using the symbols < (less than) , > (greater than), and =.
Tips: The MOST important step is to LINE up the decimals and numbers to ensure proper comparison between decimals. Children often want to say that since there are more numbers on the decimal side that it automatically makes it the decimal bigger. That is not the case with decimals.

Ordering Numbers:

Greatest ---> Least  12.9, 12.7, 11.4, 10.2, 10.1, 9.0

Least --> Greatest 1.5, 1.52, 1.6, 2.3, 2.31, 3, 4.5

Comparing Numbers:

3.99999999999999 < 4
0.9999999 <1
9.97654 > 9.97653
0.4= 0.40
1/4 > 0.33
5/6< 0.999



They will also have a LOT of mixed comparisons with decimals AND fractions!


Please go to links for 1st Nine Weeks to find games and worksheets to help with this week's lesson/skills! Or here is a link to it for you!
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Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Adding & Subtracting Decimals and Estimating 8/22/11 to 8/26/11

Sunday, August 21, 2011

SPI 0506.2.5 Solve addition and subtraction problems involving both fractions and decimals.

We will be adding & subtracting decimals this week as well as using our rounding, truncating skills to give approximate estimates


On TCAP, students will need to know how to add and subtract problems with decimals and fractions in the same problem as well as just decimals and just fractions.
 
Students will also need to estimate sums & differences for TCAP.

SPI 0506.1.2 Estimate fraction and decimal sums or differences

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Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Continuing Place Value! 8/15/2011 to 8/19/2011

Sunday, August 14, 2011

We are continuing to work on place value!
Monday: Review concepts
Tuesday: Place Value Bingo & ActivBoard
Wednesday: Place Value Stations
Thursday: Jeopardy review 
Friday: TEST!!!

Please check out our ONLINE MATH BOOK to help study & checking out test like questions!

Your student's user name is first initial & then their last name (some have both names as user name if their last name is only four letters long or less.)
Your student's password is first initial & lunch numbers 



Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Place Value: 8/9/11 to 8/12/11

Sunday, August 7, 2011

This week we will be working on place value. Students are to be able read and write whole numbers up to the hundred millions (100,000,000) and decimal numbers as small as millionths (0.000001). They will also have to be able to recognize place value in a variety of on contexts.

Sample Problems:

1. Q. How do you write ten million, one hundred twenty thousand, thirty in standard form? A. 10,120,030
2. Q. How do you write 987,002,620 in written form? nine hundred eighty seven million, two thousand, six hundred twenty A.
3. Q. How to you write two hundred twenty four thousandths in standard form? A. 0.224
4. Q. How do you write 0.000009 in written form? A. nine millionths

Please go to links for 1st Nine Weeks to find games and worksheets to help with this week's lesson/skills! Or here is a link to it for you!
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Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Coming up!

Monday we will be doing DIBELS testing.

Tuesday will be our 1st day switching classes! Students will be seperated into four groups! Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, & Group 4.


Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Welcome 5th Grade Newbies!

Monday, August 1, 2011

Welcome to your 5th Grade school year! This will be my third year teaching, and I am SO excited to get to know each and every one of my students! I created this website  to provide some sites and sources for those who struggle in math and/or love math or just want the extra practice! I hope to continue to get kids using this blog to help them with their math. I plan on continuing to add things and make the site more "user friendly." My goal this year is to utilize this blog to reach as many students and parents at home & at school as possible. Please help me in my goal by visiting the blog with your child and seeing what we're doing & learning in the classroom! If you have any questions or concerns. Please call me, send a note, or email me at my school email.

Get ready for the new year!! I know I am!

If you are curious about me. Check out the about me section. Thanks!

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

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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

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