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Learning at Home Routines: Week of 6/1

 

        

Grade 3- Week of 6/8/2020-6/12/2020

Ms. Renihan’s tasks for rooms 13 and 14

Reading

·       Complete 15 min. of iready reading daily.  Students should not be on longer than 15 min. each day.

·       Read 20 min. independently daily and respond using the reading response log I posted in the class story on Dojo.

·       The following link has a reading task for each day to be completed.  There are five days of tasks and you can choose which four you’d like to work on each day.  There’s also a link at the corner of each document for an instructional video to watch before completing the task.

https://www.hand2mindathome.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Grade-3-Week-7-Literacy.pdf

**Please submit this reading assignment come Friday to receive credit.  Read the article on Benjamin Franklin and answer the questions.  The text and questions can be found on pages 8-16 of the document.

http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/2017/release/Gr3-ELA.pdf

Writing

Please choose a different writing prompt to write to each day.  Make sure your writing is organized and has plenty of details.  Don’t forget to check for mistakes and add or delete details to make it better. 

 

https://www.timvandevall.com/wp-content/uploads/3rd-Grade-Writing-Prompts.pdf

** Please submit one of the writing prompts on Friday that displays great effort to receive credit for writing for the week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albano Math Tasks

Week 5 Distance Learning

 5.26.2020-5.29.2020

I hope everyone is healthy and well! Thank you for all the friends that sent back your work last week! I hope everyone had a nice Memorial Day weekend! It was beautiful!

******Remember, you can take a picture of one completed worksheet and send that picture to me at the end of the week through class dojo to get credit for the week.  This way I can check off for fourth marking period as completed or not completed. I will be checking every Friday night/Saturday morning whose work has been sent back to me for the week!******

The interactive tutorials do not count for your students I-READY minutes. They should still be working on their normal I-READY path for 20-25 minutes each day. By the end of the week students should have MORE than 45 minutes on I-READY MATH. Students should also be working on REFLEX MATH for about 20 minutes each day getting a green light too!

*****Please send me back at least LESSON 2 worksheet to be checked off*****

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This week I have posted three interactive lessons on I-READY math like we have had! We will continue to work with multiplication and grouping!  Each interactive lesson posted will have questions connected with it to be completed. Just like last week! I put the lesson and the “worksheet” together. I am hoping to keep our work as consistent as possible, so students get used to the task and possibly be able to complete them on their own! If you have any questions, please send me a personal message through dojo so I can help!

***When you click on the lesson link you will have to click “OK” in order to get to the lesson!

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Lesson 1: Use order and grouping to multiply

In this lesson students will be looking into the order of multiplication and how it may affect the product!

https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.AL.3.6000.10.v2.v2&sc=q

Lesson 1 Worksheet

1.  What is the missing number in the equation to make the equation true?

5 × 2 = 2 × _____

 

 

 

2. Show one way to find 3 × 9 × 3. Use parentheses to show how you grouped the numbers. Explain in words how you solved and show your work.

 

 

 

3. Decide if each equation is equal to 2 × 7 × 4 = _____.

Choose Yes or No for each expression that is that same as or equal to 2 x 7 x 4.

 

Yes

No

8 × 7 = ______

 

yes

no

9 × 4 = _____

 

yes

no

2 × (4 + 7) = _____

 

yes

no

(4 × 2) × 7 = ______

 

yes

no

 

 

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Lesson 2: Break apart a number to multiply

-In this lesson students will be working on the order of multiplication but now thinking about breaking numbers apart to make simple smaller multiplication problems!

https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.AL.3.8000.10.v2.v2&sc=q

Lesson 2 Worksheet

1.      What is 8 × 7? Show how to break apart one of the numbers to make the problem easier to solve. What are your two new equations? What is the product?

 

 

2.      Decide if each equation is equivalent to the product of 4 and 9. (4 x 9 = ___) Choose Yes or No for each expression that is the same as or equal to 4 x 9.

 

     Yes

    No

4 x (3 + 6) = _____

 

 

 

yes

 

no

(1 + 3) x 9 = ____

 

 

 

yes

 

no

(2 x 9) + (2 x 9) = _____

 

 

 

yes

 

no

(4 x 4) + (4 x 4) = _____

 

 

 

yes

 

no

 

3.      Which multiplication fact does this problem represent? Write your answer in the blanks. Explain how you know!

(7 × 2) + (7 × 6) =

______ x _____ = _____

 

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Lesson 3: Multiply by Tens

-In this lesson students will go back over multiplying with a two digit number and multiplying using fast facts to help solve base ten multiplication equations!

https://cainc.i-ready.com/lessonPreview.jsf?componentId=DI.MATH.NO.3.7000.10.v2.v2&sc=q

Lesson 3 Worksheet

1.      King is planting a garden. He plants 60 seeds in each row of the garden.
 How many seeds will he plant if he has 7 rows? What strategy did you use to solve?

 

 

2.      What is the product of 4 × 30? Show your strategy to solve!

 

 

3.      There are 3 groups of 30 students in the school library. Each student in the groups checks out 2 books. How many total books are checked out of the library?
 Show how you solved?!

 

 

4.      Decide if each multiplication expression is a way to show the product of 160.       Choose Yes or No for each expression.

 

Yes

No

8 × 20 = ____

 

Y

N

9 × 20 = ____

 

Y

N

1 × 60 = ____

 

Y

N

40 × 4 = ____

 

Y

N

 

 

   

2.    Log into reflex math daily. www.ReflexMath.com  Get your green light every day! (working for between 20-30 minutes each day)

3.    Log into I-Ready Math. Work on I-ready for 25 minutes each day. It is best that you try and complete one lesson a day! You can break the lesson up but better is you complete a lesson on Math I-ready a day!

4.    Create flash cards for addition/subtraction, multiplication/division

5.    Here are a few math websites that students can utilize as well.  www.coolmath.com   www.splashlearn.com  

 

Ms. Pasay has been posting for Science! Please see the school website under Science.

 

Stay healthy and safe!

The Third Grade Team



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