In this week’s Math Boxes, there are 4 review questions relating to fractions, angle measurement, and measurement conversions.
Check out the following resources for some secret agent tips:
Adding and Subtracting Fractions (Questions 1 & 3)
Measuring Angles Using a Protractor (Question 2)
Converting Units of Measurement (Question 4)
As we explore capacity this week, take a peek at some of these multiple sources.
Which one do you find the most valuable for making connections and remembering the customary conversions?
- Read for at least 30 minutes each night.
- Check out the new reading choice board for scholarly, agentic readers.
- Reflect on your reading:
- on Seesaw.
- by completing the online reading log OR one on paper (Copies are available in class).
- by having a thoughtful conversation with another reader.
- Option: Use the Pobble 365 prompt to inspire your writing.
- Use lined paper OR the Google Doc in your Google Classroom.
- Reflect back on your Week 28, and complete the “Reflection: Learner Profile & Approaches to Learning” form.
- Explore the recommendations on IXL.com.
**A Scholar has a goal: During our first week of Virtual Learning, we:
- answered 888 IXL questions.
- spent 5 hours 45 minutes on IXL.
- made progress in 36 IXL skills.
Note: A few topics in science and social studies related to our unit of inquiry (engineering design process and economics / supply & demand) have been suggested for you to explore.
Challenge: IXL has issued a Learning Showdown! The classrooms that answer the most questions on IXL through April 30 will be rewarded with a prize. Interested?
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**Check back later in the week for additional resources related to our virtual learning explorations