Third Nine Weeks Curriculum beginning January 10, 2018
SOL 5.2a/b – To recognize and name fractions in their equivalent decimal form and visa versa with denominators up to 12. To compare and order fractions and decimals(given a set of 5 or less, written as fractions, decimals, or mixed numbers).
SOL 5.3a – To identify and describe characteristics of prime and composite numbers.
SOL 5.6 – To solve single and multi-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction with fractions (fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators of 12 or less, answers expressed in simplest form, estimate to check reasonableness of sum/difference).
SOL 5.15 – To formulate questions to guide data collection, organize data (charts, tables, stem-and-leaf charts, and line graphs), and to interpret data.
SOL 5.16a/b/c – To find mean, median, mode as measures of center, mean as a fair share, and range as a measure of variation.
Below are links to academic websites with countless videos, activities, games and other resources to help your child. Some can be clicked on to open and others need to be copied and pasted into your web browser.
Social Studies Kaleidoscope article – https://brewstersociety.com/kaleidoscope-university/sir-david-brewster/
Social Studies 54-40 or Fight Reading article – http://www.ushistory.org/us/29b.asp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRz4hW9SPPc – copy link into browser to view prime number rap.
The following two links are tangram puzzle games for practice combining and subdividing polygons.
The following link is to the ixl website with lots of online practice resources.
aaamath perimeter: http://www.aaamath.com/geo78_x7.htm#section2
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