• 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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  • Prime and Composite Numbers

    Posted by Jill Rochford on 10/14/2017 1:00:00 AM

    Fourth graders found all the factors for the numbers 1-36.  They used this information to decide whether a munber is prime or composite.


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  • Unit 3 Standards


    -Use a vsiual model to explain why fractions are equivalent.

    -Recognize equivalent fractions.

    -Generate a fraction equivalent to another fraction by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number.

    -Compare two fractions using <,>,=, and explain why one is greater or less than another.

    -Explain addition of fractions as joining parts referring to the  same whole.

    -Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators.

    -Solve story problems that involve multiplying a fraction by a whole number.

    -Express a fraction with denominator 10 to a fraction with a donominator 100.

    -Represent decimal numbers with digits to the hundredths place using place value models.

    -Write fractions with denominator 10 or 100 in decimal notation.

    -Compare two decimal numbers with dgits to the hundredthes place using <,>,=.

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