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Writing Lined Paper

Listed here are the 20 writing majors for students seeking a publishing stage, and also a few example links and packages to faculties and also other assets. Solutions are provided by communications Consultant Allena Tapia through GardenWall Textbooks. A boutique marcom firm focused in Lansing, Mich, but helping customers worldwide. She began her communications profession with jobs like Read full article »

Adjusting a Recipe Fractions Project.

Adjusting a Recipe Project   Find a simple recipe in a recipe book or on the internet with at least four fractions in the ingredients list. Include the original recipe within your project.   Be sure to show your calculations, explain your strategy and include visual models.   Within your project you must:   -Rewrite the recipe for twice as many people. (adding, doubling, multiplying)   -Rewrite the recipe for Read full article »

Geometry in my World and Maths Morning Events.

  This week our classroom played host to two events where the Manta Rays Students and Class Parent Community came together with the goal of further developing their understanding of what we are doing in Maths.     On the morning of Tuesday 27th January  Grade Four opened it's doors for the whole of our learning community to visit each class'  expo of their Read full article »

Geometry in my World Project.

    Geometry in My World Project   Guiding Questions:   Where do we see geometry in our daily lives? What geometric terms are used to describe what we see? How can geometry make us better observers of the world around us?   Task:   Choose a building with interesting geometric features. Be prepared to share and describe the building using appropriate geometric vocabulary.   Expectations:   Sketch or model the building of your choice. Clearly Read full article »

Fractions Unit.

Fractions, Decimals, Percents, and Data In our third Math unit of the year, students will gain understanding that fractions are parts of a whole. In addition, students will delve into how fractions relate to decimals and whole numbers. As students investigate the relationships between fractions, decimals, and percents, they will continue to employ algebraic thinking and problem solving. Finally, students will Read full article »


Unit summary In this Geometry unit, students will investigate properties of two-dimensional and three-dimensional geometric shapes and classify shapes by their properties. They will explore lines of symmetry, angle measurement, and everyday application of geometric concepts. Big Idea Two dimensional and three dimensional Geometric figures are described and analyzed by their attributes. Essential Questions What geometric terms are used in daily life? Why can different geometric Read full article »

Bamzooki Multiplication and Division Fun.

Bamzooki is a really fun way to practice multiplication and division. It uses quite large numbers but provides you with help and a reminder of some strategies to use. It's part of the bbc bitesize website which has lots of really useful learning activities. Click the picture below to get started. Read full article »

Grade Four Ten Thousand Project.

Learning Intention: To develop our ability as mathematicians to model with Maths, look for patterns, be precise and present what we learn. Guiding Questions:   How big is 10,000? What does 10,000 look like? How many different ways can we show 10,000?   Task:   Find 10,000 of something to bring in to share with the class.  Be prepared to present your work to students and teachers at our 10,000 Read full article »

Approaching Midnight -A Maths Investigation.

This is a really interesting and fun Maths investigation that you can work on at home by yourself, with a friend or with your parents if you like! It's good because it helps you to be a more creative Mathematician. What does creativity mean to you?Perhaps you think of painting a beautiful picture, or composing a song, or writing a poem.  Read full article »

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