Homework: 3rd 9 week Math Test Study Guide #1-20. Follow directions as instructed on 1st page to get full credit. Refer to notebook ex’s!
>>We will wrap up a few skills(Stem/Leaf and Line Plot and Line Graphs from the 3rd 9 week curriculum prior to taking the 3rd 9 week test and this guide will provide review of cntent that was taught earlier in the year.
Also, Please donate recycled boxes (tissue/cereal/shoe…) and cardboard tubes (toilet paper/paper towel) for the final STREAM activity on 3/30.
Homework: Mean, Median, Mode and Range soccerball worksheet(both sides). Calculate all 4 for each set using paper/pencil 1st and then practice using a calculator to check your answers. No credit will be given without the correct paper/pencil soultions.
Mark your March calenders with the following important events:
3/13: Math Benchmark. Eat a good breakfast and be here on time.
FYI – There will be a 3rd 9 week cummulative Math Test in the next couple of weeks. We need time to wrap up the 3rd 9 curriculum and get caught up from lost instructional time. In preparation, I will be assigning a 40 question take-home test(AKA study guide) with. Be on the lookout for this and provide support to your child as needed. Please encourage them to open and look in their notebook for help as needed.
Now is not the time to guess, but rather dig in and put forth a
little extra effort as we close in on the 2018 Math SOL.
3/16: Food Drive ends. Send in with students or drop off in office.
3/15: Early release/ Teacher workday. Wear green day.
3/16: No school. CCPS Staff Professional Development.
3/19-3/23: Book Fair Week with the LCES Family Book Fair and Curriculum Night Activites taking place on Tuesday 3/20 from 5:30-7:00 pm.
3/21: Spring picture day.
3/22: 3rd 9 Weeks Report Cards go home.
3/23: College Basketball Jersey Day.
3/26: Student vs Staff Basketball game at CHS from 6-8 pm.
Homework: Due to no school last Friday, students will make-up their Math Review Quiz in class today. This means they will need to complete today’s math review(Monday 3/5) as well as the fraction to decimal worksheet they received in class as homework.
CCPS Benchmarks begin for the 3rd and final time this week:
Reading 3/7 – Science 3/8 – Math 5/13
Homework: Finish the compare and ordering decimal w/s #11-20. Be sure to add place holders then cover and compare from left to right.
Join us as we celebrate Read Across America Week February 26-March 2. Here’s what’s planned at L.C.E.S
Monday-Read My Shirt
Wear a shirt that others can read.
Tuesday-Reading Fun in the Sun
Bring your shades, beach towels, and sun hats. All
students will read at the beach today.
Wednesday-Cozy up with a good book
Wear your pajamas.
Thursday-Oh, the Places You’ll Go
Dress like what you want to be when you grow up.
Dress up like your “Favorite Seuss Character.
Homework: Some(not all) students will be bringing home corrections to complete and return Monday AM. Please make sure they complete this work so they do not get futher behind.
Homework: The fraction unit test will be soon. With a long 4 day weekend ahead of us and 2 days out of class, I have assigned the 3rd and final fraction test review sheet as homework. It is due Tuesday 2/20 with a parent signature and ALL work numbered and shown neatly on lined paper. They will be requried to find and correct any mistakes before we will schedule the unit test.
FYI-The 1st review sheet has been graded and should be in their Thursday folders. I suggest they pull that out and refer to any corrections they had to make so the do not repeat the same mistakes. They were also instructed to take their notebooks home and to use it if they get stuck at any point in these problems.
Homework: Adding and subtracting fraction/mixed # review page. Show all work as always and as instructed.
I’d also like to say CONGRATULATIONS to our BETA convention winners! They represented LCES and CCPS well. Way to go kids!
Homework: Finish the 1st Round Fraction Review that was started in class.
As always, ALL work must be show as modeled and instructed in class.
**Students are far too often NOT showing their work and making repeated careless mistakes. If they think it, they should write it. Encourage your child to write it all down!
>>>>There will be a Fraction Unit Test in soon. Look for a date in their agenda’s. The more effort (showing work) they put into these review problems, the better they will do on their test.
We will learn how to multiply a fraction by a whole number this week before moving onto comparing and ordering sets of fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. Look for notebooks to come home as they work with these concepts and complete assigned homework.