• Solving division problems that involve money

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 4/11/2018

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  • Today the class worked in groups to better understand the concept of area.

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 3/15/2018

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  • Geometry Bingo

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 3/13/2018

    Fourth graders have been learning polygon names and their attributes.  Today they played a Bingo game where they got to put a marker on a box if their shape had that attribute.

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  • Measuring the Interior Angles of Pattern Blocks

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 2/21/2018

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  • One Million Chart

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 1/15/2018

    4th grade math class creating our giant chart showing one million tiny squares.  You can see the chart right out side our classroom.

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  • Decimal Work

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 12/15/2017 1:00:00 AM

    This week 4th graders started working with decimals.  We have been using base tem pieces to understand tenths and hundredths.  We have also been looking a the relationship between fractions and decimals.

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  • Multiplication Fact Strategies

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 11/21/2017
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  • Division Strategies

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 11/9/2017 1:00:00 AM

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  • Multiplication Strategies

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 11/7/2017

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  • Base Ten

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 10/14/2017 6:00:00 AM

    Base Ten

    Students created the Great Wall of Base Ten to see how the place value of a digit increased 10 times as we move to the left.

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  • Unit 5 Standards

    Geometry and Measurement:

    -Apply the area and perimeter fomulas for a rectangle to solve a problem.

    -Identify an angle as a geometric figure formed where two rays share a common endpoint.

    -Use a protractor to measure and sketch angles.

    -Decompose an angle into non-overlapping sides.

    -Express the measure of an angle as the sum of the angle measurements.

    -Demonstrate an understanding that angle measure is additive.

    -Solve peoblems involving finding the unknown angle in a diagram, using addtion and subtraction.

    -Draw lines, line segments, angles (right, obtuse, acute) and perpendicular and parallel lines.

    -Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, aculte,obtuse) parallel lines, and perpendiclar lines in 2-D figures.

    -Classify 2-D figures based on the presence or absence of parallel lines, perpendicular lines, or angles of a specified size.

    -Identify right triangles.

    -Identify and draw lines of symmetry, and identify figures with line symmetry.

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