Friday, January 29, 2016

Homework:  Prime/Composite # Sort.  You MUST name the rule for ALL composite #’s.  If it is neither, write the number outside the boxes to the right.

>>If you were absent today, be prepared to turn in Prime/Composite Quiz Review from before the snow break.



Thursday, January 28, 2016

URGENT Updates:  

Please pass on to your 5th Grade friends and families.

Friday 1/29:  Normal School Day (if in school)

“Mon.-Thur. Math Review” due upon return (unless absent-see

“Prime/Composite # Quiz Review” due upon return (unless completed in class and turned it in-check gradebook)

5th Grade PJ/Reading Marathon (in Reading classes).

Monday 2/1:  Normal School Day

Big BETA Bake Sale – ALL member asked to bring baked goods.

LCES Awards Assembly

Jump Rope for Heart Assembly   

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Don’t forget!   Two assignments were sent home last Thursday.  

>>Both are due tomorrow (or the next day back).

  1.  Monday-Thursday Math Review questions
  2. Prime/Composite Quiz Review questions.                                                            **Use your notebook to find completed examples and check your work.

Thursday, January 2, 2015

Homework  If not completed in class, students must complete the Prime/Composite Quiz Review Sheet and be prepared to turn in Monday(or our next day back).  There will be a quiz soon.

Because students took STAR Math assessments with Mrs. Honeycutt this week, they did not complete their daily Math Review problem in school.  Instead, students were given their Mon-Thur. Math Review problems today and told to take them home with their notebooks to complete them before returning to school Monday.  Please encourage your child to open their notebooks and look for ex’s as they complete these problems.    

More effort in solving the problems will result in fewer mistakes on Friday quizzes

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Students should finish 2nd 9 weeks test today (grades posted online by end of week).

>>We will begin prime and composite numbers tomorrow.  This is a new concept and will require memorizing 4 divisibilty rules.  >>Please help your child memorize and practice using these 4 rules.