Math & Science


Week of October 16th - October 20th

Students will multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit number, use multiplication to solve multi step word problems, and solve problems using a table. On Friday, students will review concepts and procedures taught in Chapter 5. Students will take the Chapter 5 Multiply with 2-Digit Numbers Cumulative Test on Monday, October 23rd. To review and practice, students should go on ConnectEd.

M Multiply by a 2 Digit Number
T Multi Step Word Problem
W Problem Solving: Make a Table Pg. 317- 319 #1-23 Due Friday
Th Field Trip
F Review Day!!!
October 23- Math Test

Chapter 5 Vocabulary Words
associative property of multiplication - grouping of the factors does not change the product
commutative property of multiplication - order in which two numbers are multiplied does not change the product
identity property of multiplication - when any number is multiplied by 1, the product is that number 
zero property of multiplication - any number multiplied by 0, the product is 0
factor - number that divides a whole number evenly. Also a number that is multiplied by a another number.
product - answer to a multiplication problem 
multiple - a number that is the product of that number and a whole number
distributive property - multiply the addends of a number and then add the products
regroup - to use place value to exchange equal amounts when renaming a number
partial products - products of each place value are found separately, and then added together


Week of October 16-20, 2017
*Test will be next Friday, October 27th*
Water Cycle

Students will begin a new unit on the water cycle. They will learn to illustrate pathways water may take during the water cycle. They will see how heat energy affects water. Students should understand water cycles on Earth, and the cycle does not necessarily have a beginning or an end.  


Investigate: a process followed to find an answer to a problem.

Observe: to see or hear something of importance.

Evaporation: physical change in matter from a liquid to a gas.

Condensation: physical change in matter from a gas to a liquid.

Temperature: how hot or cold something is.

Precipitation: rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls from clouds in the sky.

Runoff: when rainwater travels down mountains or hills.
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