Homework can be found on the calendar and lesson plans. Most assignments are in the math workbooks or a WRS (weekly review sheet)

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Tip: multiply by 10 (add a zero), multiply by 1/10 (take away a zero)

TRICK!!!! If they give you the answer, it's a Trick, Do the Opposite.

Example: 400 is 1/10 of what number?

400= 1/10 x _______ [ the answer is given (400), so instead of taking away a zero because we see 1/10, it's a TRICK, so we do the opposite of take one away and add a zero. Therefore, the answer is:

400= 1/10 x 4000

To find the value of the underlined digit, simply write the underlined digit and turn everything else to a zero.

IXL- A.1, A.2, A.4, A.5

The exponent tells the base how many times to multiply itself.

10 to the power of 5 = 10x10x10x10x10= 100,000 (a **total **of 5 zeros)

IXL- E.1, E.2, E.3, E.4

Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally

1) Parentheses

2) Exponents

3) Multiply & Divide (at the same time-from left to right)

4) Add & Subtract (at the same time-from left to right)

Practice: IXL 0.5, 0.6

Tip: put the first step in parentheses

IXL: 0.4

Chapter 1 Review Game

Tip:

- List your multiples first.
- Underline the first digit of your dividend.
- Place an "x" if your divisor does not go into your dividend. Or the number of times you can divide.
- Make sure their is a number (or "x") above every number in your dividend.

- If you see a number followed by the word "times" (Ex. 7 times as many) Draw your boxes to find the divisor. (p.138)
- Make sure there is a WORD in your answer in a WORD problem

__Interpret Remainder__

**NO REMAINDERS IN A WORD **

**Full- **quotient

**Need- **quotient + 1

**Left- **remainder

**How many more-** Divisor - remainder

Example: There are 74 students going on a field trip. Each bus can hold 30 students.

Answer: 2 r 14

How many buses are** full**?__2__ (quotient)

How many buses do they **need** for all of the kids to be able to go on the field trip?__3_(quotient +1)

How many students are in the bus that is **not full**?__14_(remainder)

**How many more** students are need to fill the third bus? _16__ (divisor - remainder)

__Comparing and Ordering Decimals__

**Stack ‘em**- (Stack the numbers by lining up the decimals/add zeros)

**Rank ‘em**- (Place a number to indicate the order)

**Write ‘em**- (Write the numbers in order as asked in the question)

**Comparing & Ordering Practice: **IXL G.10, G.11

__Adding & Subtracting Decimals__

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**“LINE it up, (line up the decimals)**

** DROP it down, (drop the decimal straight down to the answer)**

** ADD the zeros, (add zeros to make equivalent)**

** SOLVE!” (solve the problem)**

**Tip: **Once the decimal has been dropped down to the answer, forget about it and treat the problem as if it were whole numbers.

Practice: IXL H.1, H.2, H.3, H.4

Practice Rounding Decimals: IXL G.7

**Chapter 4 Helpful Tools**

**Multiplying decimals**

"When you multiple a decimal, move it to the right, drop it down light, move it back in site"

IXL Practice:

I.2 (multiply by powers of ten)

I.3 (multiply decimals by whole number)

I.8 (multiply two decimals)

**Chapter 4 Review Game**

**https://jeopardylabs.com/play/multiplying-decimals-285**

**Chapter 5 Helpful Tools**

**Dividing decimals**

Move the decimal straight up to the quotient, then divide.

NO REMAINDERS!!!! Add a zero and keep going.

IXL Practice:

J.1 (divide by powers of ten)

J.3 (division with decimal quotients)

J.4 (division with decimal quotients and rounding)

**Chapter 6 Helpful Tools**

**Add/Subtract Unlike Denominators**

**https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/fb30ce59-f04a-4c3e-9bb4-2d782dddbcc7**

**Simplifying Fractions**

**https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/57976a94-e6f9-4244-a70c-caab30bb6f9c**

**Regrouping when adding mixed numbers:**

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nsxb1ll_pBs

IXL PRACTICE:

K.4 (Equivalent Fractions)

K.7 (Least Common Denominator)

K.6 (Convert mixed numbers/improper fractions)

K.5 (Lowest Terms)

L.8 (Add unlike denominators)

L.10 (Subtract unlike denominators)

L.18 (Add mixed numbers with unlike denominators)

L.19 (Subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators)

**Regrouping Fractions When Subtracting Mixed Numbers Video:**

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHVY1m1PPIA

Adding Multiple Fractions

https://quizizz.com/join?gc=015585

M.11, M.12 (Fractions x whole number)

M.16 (Fraction of a number, word problems)

M.20 (Multiply two fractions)

M.21 (Multiply two fractions, word problems)

M.23 & M.24 (Scaling Fractions)

N.4, N.6, N.7, N.8, N.9, N.10,

Tip: double check that you have counted ALL of the numbers

Average on line plot: sum/# of x

Tip: "average" is the same as "mean"

add all the numbers to find a sum, then divide by the number of "numbers that you added"

Example: 40 + 25 + 35 + 35 + 30=165 165 divided by 5 is 33. Therefore, the average is 33

"Mode"- which number happens the MOST

Tip: You must walk **OVER** to the elevator before going **UP**

Tip: Don't forget, a straight line across means NO INCREASE.

Use a QR Code Reader and scan on p. 562 for a video

1) Put a 1 under known information

2) Can you convert these 2 units?(If so, move on. If not, make an extra step)

3) Place units. Cancel out matches. Circle the leftover/goal unit.

4) Put a 1 beside of the larger unit.

5) Place conversion numbers.

6) Multiply across

7) Simplify

IXL- X.4 (Elapsed Time)

X.5 (Start and End Time Word Problems)

X.3 (Timezones)

X.2 (Add & Subtract Mixed Time Units)

X.1 (Convert Time Units)

King Henry Doesn't Usually Drink Chocolate Milk

Z.1, Z.2, Z.3, Z.9, Z.10

AA.4- AA.12

** Camp Quadrilaterals**

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMkY_uIku9Q

**Parallelograms** have two sets of parallel lines,

**Trapezoids** only have one set at a time.

A **rectangle** has four right angles,

A **Rhombus** has four sides that are equal.

**Squares** have four equal sides and four right angles.

**Quadrilaterals** have four sides and four angles.

Parallelograms, rhombuses, trapezoids, squares, and rectangles.

And if you add the angles inside each of these,

there will be 360 degrees.

**Jeopardy Review**

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/geometry-4980

IXL-DD.13- DD.20