**Subtraction Strategies**

**Multiplication**

**Strategies for learning your times tables**

**Multiplying using**

__DECOMPOSITION__-*** multiplying a two digit number or a three digit number by a one digit number**

**Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 25**Hello Mathematicians! Our year of math is winding up so for the rest of the year our focus will be on fun and reinforcing what we have already learned!

- Thank you to everyone who completed the fraction quiz. I will be marking the quizzes this week and your classroom teacher will email you the real mark when I am done.
- Knowing your multiplication facts is one of the most important things you could be working on right now. You will know that you are "fluent" with your facts when you can answer ANY fact in 3 seconds or less. If you are struggling to do this please practice! Remember these activities?
- Please pick a game each day and play with a friend or your family. Some of the instructions may need to be modified slightly because we are not in class but I'm sure you can figure out how to do that. Talk to an adult if you need help. If you have a game that I have not listed but you would like to play please do so. Have fun!
- Play Multiplication War
**HERE**and multiplication Snap (this is for people who are very quick with their times tables) go**HERE** **Closest To****Multiplication Squares**- Check out this website
**HERE** - Try out these cards games
**HERE** **Skunk**- Probability games go
**HERE** - Shut the Box go
**Here** - Math games with cards go
**HERE**and**HERE**and**HERE**mabye try**HERE**

- Play Multiplication War

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Monday, June 1 - Friday June 12 Please note you have two weeks to complete this workMonday, June 1 - Friday June 12 Please note you have two weeks to complete this work

-If you need any help with your math I will have Zoom office hours Wednesdays from 10 - 11 AM, feel free to join me at that time.

- Fractions are a part of a whole.

- We can use fractions to show amounts that are less than a whole as well as amounts greater than a whole.

- Fractions have two parts:

**A denominato**r - this tells how many equal parts the whole has been divided into**A numerator**- this tells how many parts are missing, have been eaten etc. How many parts are being dealt with.

- Khan Academy
**HERE** - Let's Learn Fractions
**HERE** - Fractions for Kids
**HERE**These three links will help with page 19 - 22 - Comparing fractions with the same denominator
**HERE**This link will help with pages 26-27 - Fractions of a set
**HERE**This link will help with page 30 - Fractional parts of a set
**HERE**This link will help with pages 31 - 33

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**Must Do Work****Due Friday, June 12**

- All questions on page
**19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 -**I know, I can hear you sighing, but it really isn't as much as it seems, and remember you have two weeks to get it done :) - Read the instructions slowly and carefully. Look at the examples closely. Doing this will help you understand. Sometimes you have to figure out what fraction is shown and sometimes you need to figure out what fraction is not shown.
**READ CAREFULLY.** - Click
**HERE** **Once you complete these pages do the "Quiz" that was emailed to your parents. You do not need to send the fraction worksheets to your teacher.**

- Page 23 - 25
- Page 28 and 29
- Page 36 - 45
- All of this work is in the link above

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__Monday, May 25 - Friday, May 29 - please complete EACH of these activities this week:__- There will be three Zoom meetings this week to learn how to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number.

- Watch the video to learn how to use the BOX METHOD to multiply a two digit number by a one digit number

**HERE**

- Watch the video to learn how to use the BOX METHOD to multiply a three digit number by a one digit number

**HERE**

- Watch the video to learn how to use the BOX METHOD to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number

**HERE**

- This video also shows the traditional method, you can try that way too if you'd like but in our lesson we will be focusing on the Box Method.

- If you want to challenge yourself, try multiplying a three digit number by a two digit number.

- If you are not able to recall your multiplication facts in 3 seconds please practice those this week to see how quickly you can start finding the products.

- Try the different activities from this sheet

**HERE**

__Tuesday, May 19 - Friday, May 22__- Decide which day you will be meeting with me in Zoom

- Please Zoom

**ONCE**with me this week to play a multiplication game.

- Practice your 6, 7, 8, 9 times tables every day. Play Multiplication War

**HERE**and multiplication Snap (this is for people who are very quick with their times tables) go

**HERE**

__Monday, May 11 - Friday, May 15__

__Monday, May 11__- Decide which day you will be meeting with me in Zoom

- Monday activity from

__Multiples of 9 sheet__, click

**HERE**

- Practice using decomposition and multiplying a two digit number by a 1 digit number - use cards

- If you need a reminder use the examples in the links above

**Tuesday, May 12**- Tuesday activity from

__Multiples of 9 sheet__, click

**HERE**

- Zoom with me at 10:00 am or play one of these games:

**Closest To****Multiplication Squares**- Check out this website
**HERE** - Try out these cards games
**HERE**

**Wednesday, May 13**- Wednesday activity from

__Multiples of 9 sheet__, click

**HERE**

- Zoom with me at 11:00 am or play one of these games:

**Closest To****Multiplication Squares**- Check out this website
**HERE** - Try out these cards games
**HERE**

**Thursday, May 14**- Thursday activity from

__Multiples of 9 sheet__, click

**HERE**

- Zoom with me at 1:00 pm or play one of these games:

**Closest To****Multiplication Squares**- Check out this website
**HERE** - Try out these cards games
**HERE**

**Friday, May 12**- Friday activity from

__Multiples of 9 sheet__, click

**HERE**

- Solve these equations and send them to your classroom teacher. SHOW YOUR WORK.

482 x 3 902 x 7 189 x 6 847 x 5 361 x 5

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Monday, May 4 - MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU!!!!

- Monday activity from
__Multiples of 8 sheet__, click**HERE** - Do 3 rounds of Donut Math . Click
**HERE**for the directions.- Have an adult check your answers or use a calculator to check your answers.
**We are using this activity to practice multiplying by multiples of 10.**

- The "donut hole" number must be a multiple of 10 (ends in a zero, ex. 40, 20, 70)
- You need to have 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in the outside circle. You can add 3 of your own numbers too.
**This is practice work, you do not need to send it to your teacher.**

- Have an adult check your answers or use a calculator to check your answers.

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__Tuesday, April 28__- Tuesday activity from
__Multiples of 8 sheet__, click**HERE** - Two truths and a lie. Try this activity, share your thinking with an adult. Click
**HERE.****For this activity you are showing that you understand what multiplication means.**

**This is practice work, you do not need to send it to your teacher.**

__Wednesday, April 29__- Wednesday activity from
__Multiples of 8 sheet__, click**HERE** **Closet To**card game click**HERE****With this game you are practicing your times tables and adding larger numbers.**

**This is practice work, you do not need to send it to your teacher.**

__Thursday, April 30__- Thursday activity from
__Multiples of 8 sheet__, click**HERE** - Math Mash Up. Show your parents how you solved this. Click
**HERE.********This activity strengthens our problem solving abilities and is the beginning of algebra.**

__Friday, May 1__- Friday activity from
__Multiples of 8 sheet__, click**HERE** - Pick any 5 questions from this sheet. Solve the equations using the decomposition strategy. See examples in link above on how to use decomposition. Click
**HERE****This assignment shows that you can use decomposition to multiply a two digit number by a one digit number.**

- Describe to an adult how you solve the equation.
**This is the work that I want you to send to your teacher.**

**If you are looking for something to challenge yourself, try the KEN KEN puzzles (see below). These are logic puzzles that will really make you think.**

__Math Links__

Xtra math

Sumdog

Prodigy math

Cargo Bridge

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