## Thursday, January 29, 2015

### COMPARING FRACTIONS - ANTICIPATORY

Students were given this worksheet after completing the review. This was not for a grade, just looking to see who remembered how to compare fractions.

We used the "Butterfly Method" to compare.

## Tuesday, January 27, 2015

### REVIEW #2

Students completed these problems in class!

13-28 ONLY

## Friday, January 23, 2015

### PRACTICE CHANGING FRACTIONS TO DECIMALS AND DECIMALS TO FRACTIONS - ONLINE GAMES

Death to Decimals

Mission 2111 - Very Mission Impossible

Fruit Splat

Puppy Chase

## Wednesday, January 21, 2015

### CHANGING FRACTIONS TO DECIMALS & DECIMALS TO FRACTIONS

 TOP = NUMERATOR     BOTTOM = DENOMINATOR

## Thursday, January 8, 2015

### DIVISIBILITY REVIEW

A final practice before the test.

### DIVISIBILITY RULES CHALLENGE

• Students worked on their own to create 3 digit numbers that would follow the given divisibility rule.
• Students traded their paper with a peer for checking.
• Corrections were to be made before turning them in to me for the final check
• I spoke with students if there were multiple issues on their paper.

## Tuesday, January 6, 2015

### 1/6/2015 HOMEWORK

Divisibility Rules Practice - Don't get overwhelmed by the number of questions. Remember you are only checking the box if you can say "yes" to the divisibility rule. There is to be NO division work completed. Follow the rule given in your notes.

### DIVISIBILITY RULES - ONLINE GAME PRACTICE

Divisibility Test - As you get better and more confident change the number size and see how you do

Divisibility Practice (review the rules first if you need to)

Divisibility Rules Game – Timed! (Practice so you can be an expert and get 25 points in 60 seconds)

Jeopardy – click the question, answer it, and then check to see if you are correct. If so keep a record of your points.

Who wants to be a millionaire

Divisibility Rules - Scramble & Sort (drag the answer to the box)

## Monday, January 5, 2015

### DIVISIBILITY RULES

Today students are taking their pre-test over our very small unit. We will be working on these rules for the entire week.

Here is a great visual. Students will be creating notes for their math journals for each of the rules.