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Parents, we've begun our Spiral Review over all of the skills & strategies taught this school year. We are getting pumped up to SHOW WHAT WE KNOW on the MAAP assessment! Please continue to study Math Journal notes, multiplication & division facts, and practice those problems! I know we will show some AMAZING GROWTH, as our babies are the "ZING" in AMAZING!
COMING UP: MISSISSIPPI ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (MAAP)
 This assessment is designed to measure student achievement on the Mississippi College and Career Readiness Standards (MS CCRS) for English Language Arts and Mathematics and to provide valid and reliable results to guide instruction through data driven instruction.
April 9April 20
Chapter 14: Geometry: Students will learn about points, lines, angles,(and how to draw each), triangles, quadrilaterals, and lines of symmetry. Students will also explore angles by measuring & drawing angles, using protractors.
CHAPTER 14: GEOMETRY MATH ASSESSMENT IS SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20
*SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED UPON THE NEEDS OF MY STUDENTS *
PLEASE CONTINUE TO REVIEW ALL JOURNAL NOTES AND UNIT REVIEWS SENT HOME FOR PRACTICE.
REVIEW: (Previous Lessons/Chapters)
 CHAPTER 1: Understanding Place Value
 I can use place value to read and write numbers through the millions place in standard, expanded,and word forms.
 I can use place value to compare & order numbers through the millions place.
 I can use place value to round whole numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1,000, etc.
 I can look at a multidigit number and determine that the digit to the left is 10 times greater that a given digit.
 CHAPTER 2: Addition & Subtraction Patterns
 I can easily and accurately add and subtract multidigit whole numbers using various strategies.
 I can subtract across zeros using various strategies.
 I can solve multistep word problems using addition and subtraction and using equations where a variable, or symbol is used for the unknown.
 CHAPTER 3: Understanding Multiplication & Division
 I can interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison statement.
 I can represent comparison statements as multiplication equations.
 I can solve multiplication word problems, including multiplicative comparisons.
 I can solve division word problems.
 I can represent a multiplication or division word problem using an equation with a symbol to represent the unknown number.
 I can distinguish between a multiplicative comparison and additive comparison problem.
 Chapter 4: Multiply by OneDigit Whole Numbers
 I can multiply up to fourdigit by onedigit whole numbers using various strategies.
 Chapter 5: Multiply TwoDigits with TwoDigit Whole Numbers
 I can multiply twodigit numbers by twodigit numbers using various strategies.
 Chapter 6: Divide by One Digit Divisors
 I can use place value understanding to estimate quotients.
 I can divide up to 4digit dividends and onedigit divisors using various strategies.
 I can solve twostep word problems involving addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
 Chapter 7: Numeric & Nonnumeric Patterns
 I can generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule.
 I can identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself.
 I can solve equations using order of operations.
 I can solve equations with two or more operations using the order of operations
 Chapter 8: Fractions
 I can find all factor pairs within 100 and recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors.
 I can determine whether a whole number between 1100 is a multiple of a onedigit number.
 I can determine whether a whole number between 1100 is prime or composite.
 I can recognize and generate equilavent fractions with/without visual fraction models.
 I can compare two fractions with different numerators or different denominators with symbols <, >, or =, with/without visual fraction models.
 I can use Benchmark fractions to compare and order.
 Chapter 9: Operations with Fractions
 Chapter 11: Customary Measurements:
 In this unit, students will use customary measurements to convert units of length, weight, capacity, and time!

Chapter 12: Metric Measurements:

In this unit, students will use metric units to convert units of length, capacity, and mass.

Chapter 13: Area & Perimeter:

In this unit, students will learn why it's important to know how to measure and relate area and perimeter.
