This week we will explore how and why things move. We will also learn about first and third person point of view, and we will continue reading "My Side of the Mountain," this week to learn about point of view. Enjoy the photos of students hard at work researching and creating timeline event cards.
This week's vocabulary:
first person point of view, third person point of view, force, friction, gravity, crest, trough, wavelength
This week's learning targets:
- I can describe point of view as first or third person
- I can identify how a person's point of view influences how events are described
- I can use transition words and phrases in my writing
- I can use terms, examples, names, numbers, and dates to support my writing
- I can describe how and why things move
Math
-4th I can use rounding to estimate products and check my answer is reasonable
- 4th I can use place value and a property of operations to multiply larger numbers
- 4th I can use mental math strategies based on place value and properties of operations to multiply
- 4th I can use tools and multiplication strategies to help find products.
- 4th I can use place value and partial products to help multiply
- 5th I can use mental math to multiply a whole number by a power of 10
- 5th I can estimate products using mental math
- 5th I can multiply 3-digit by 2-digit numbers
- 5th I can multiply numbers that have a zero in them.
Things to remember:
-Look at and sign your students planner. This is a great time to ask them about the day's learning target
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