Julie Souder
4th Grade Math Teacher
423-623-3811 ext. 246

Courses Taught:

4th Grade Mathematics

Welcome to Fourth Grade

What's Happening in Math?

 

Week of 11/30/20:

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 

This Week in Math Students will:

*When given the perimeter of a rectangle, students will find missing lengths of sides.

*When given the area of a rectangle, students will find missing lengths of sides.

*Draw, label, and identify points, lines, line segments, rays, and angles

*Distinguish between types of angles: right, acute, obtuse, straight, and reflex

*Understand that an angle is measured with reference to a circle with its center at the common endpoint of the rays.

Week of 11/16/20:

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 

Thursday, November 19, Timed Test on 8s

 

This Week in Math Students will:

 

 

*Find the perimeter of a rectangle using an addition formula and/or a multiplication formula.

*Find the perimeter of other polygons

*Find the area of a rectangle with and without square units visible

*Draw, label, and identify points, lines, line segments, rays, and angles

*Distinguish between types of angles: right, acute, obtuse, straight, and reflex

 

 

Week of 11/9/20:

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 


 

This Week in Math Students will:

 

*Review long division, area models for divsion, distributive property with division

*Interpret multiplication equations as comparison sentences.

*Write multiplication comparison sentences and equations to compare two amounts.

*Distinguish between multiplicative comparisons and additive comparisons.

 

Week of 11/2/20:

 


Assessments/Assignments:

Wednesday, November 4 - Complete worksheet

Thursday, November 5 - Practice 7s for Timed Test

Friday, November 6 - Timed Test on 7s

 

This Week in Math Students will:

*Find quotients with 2-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Find quotients with 3-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Find quotients with 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Interpret the meaning of the remainder and the quotient in a division problem.

*Identify models of long division problems.

*Identify long division problems using distributive method strategies.

 

Week of 10/26/20:

 

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 

 

Monday, October 19 - Review Worksheet

 

 

Friday, November 6 - Timed Test on 7s

 

 

 

This Week in Math Students will:

 

 

*Find quotients with 2-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Find quotients with 3-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Find quotients with 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

*Interpret the meaning of the remainder and the quotient in a division problem

 

Week of 10/19/20:

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 

Monday, October 19 - Review Worksheet

 

Friday, October 23 - Timed Test on 6s

 

 

This Week in Math Students will:

*Identify numbers 1- 100 as being either prime or composite numbers.

*Distinguish between factors and multiples.

*Define division.

*Make connection between multiplication and division.

*Find quotients with 2-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors with and without remainders.

 

 

Week of 10/12/20:

 

 

Assessments/Assignments:

 

 

This Week in Math Students will:

 

*Review finding the product of 2-digit times 2-digit multiplication problems using the traditional algorithm.

*Identify numbers 1- 100 as being either prime or composite numbers.

*Solve word problems using various multiplication strategies and arrays.

 

Week of 9/28/20:


Assessments/Assignments:

Students have a timed test on 5s Multiplication Facts this Friday, October 2

Monday Homework, Review of addition, subtraction, and multiplication

This Week in Math Students will:

*Review solving 4-digit times 1-digit problems and the same problems using repeated addition.

*Find the product of 2-digit times 2-digit multiplication problems using the box method.

*Find the poduct of 2-digit times 2-digit multiplication problems using the traditional algorithm.

*Identify numbes 1- 50 as being either prime or composite numbers.

Week of 9/21/20:

Assessments/Assignments:

Monday Homework - Worksheet showing connection between 2-digit times 1-digit problems and repeated addition.

This Week in Math Students will:

*Review using patterns in basic multiplication facts and number lines to solve problem such as 5 x 6, 5 x 60, 5 x 600, 5 x 6000.

*Review solving 2-digit times 1-digit problems using expanded form and area models.

*Solve 2-digit times 1-digit problems and the same problems using repeated addition.

*Solve 3-digit times 1-digit problems and the same problems using repeated addition.

*Solve 4-digit times 1-digit problems and the same problems using repeated addition.

Week of 9/14/20:

Assessments/Assignments:

Students will have a timed test on the 4s Multiplication Facts this Friday, Sepember 18.

This Week in Math Students will:

*Review subtraction with regrouping.

*Review solving word problems using comparison problems with addition and subtraction.

*Take the AimsWeb Fall Math Benchmark.

*Use patterns in basic multiplication facts and number lines to solve problem such as 5 x 6, 5 x 60, 5 x 600, 5 x 6000.

*Solve 2-digit times 1-digit problems using the distributive property and the traitional algorithm.

*Solve 3-digit times 1-digit problems using the distributive property and the traitional algorithm.

 

 

 

 

Week of 9/8/20:

Assessments/Assignments:

Students will have a Chapter 1 test this Friday, September 11.

Chapter 1 includes

standard form, word form, expanded form, place values, values of digits, the fact that a 5 in the hundreds place is 10 times greater than a 5 in the tens place, comparing whole numbers, rounding numbers to the nearest place value given, adding with regrouping, subtracting with regrouping, and comparison problems with addition and subtraction.

 

Students will have a timed

test on the 4s multiplication facts next Friday, September 18.

 

This Week in Math Students will:

Review rounding multi digit numbers to the given place value.

Review adding multi digit numbers up to the millions place.

Review subtracting multi digit numbers up to the millions.

Solve comparison problems with addition and subtraction.

 

 

 

 

Week of 8/31/20:

Assessments/Assignments:

Students have a timed

test on the 3s multiplication facts this Wednesday, September 2.

 

This Week in Math Students will:

Round multi digit numbers to the given place value.

Add multi digit numbers up to the millions place.

Subtract multi digit numbers up to the millions place.

Identify clue words in addition and subtraction word problems.

 

7-15-20: For Summer School Reading information, please visit Mrs. Christen Woodson's webpage!

4-1-20: I hope you all are doing well and staying safe.  We are all in the midst of an unprecedented situation that we have never experienced in education before.  Certainly in my 28 years of teaching, I thankfully have never been a part of a situation like this and we are all doing our best to figure this out.  I want to remind you that I will help and answer any questions you have about the academic packets we gave out back on March 18. Wow! March 18 was only two weeks ago, but it seems like it was two months ago.  The school and I want to stay in contact and be a resource for you.

We would like to hear back from you regarding three things.

  1. First of all, do you have enough food at home?  Remember NGS is providing both breakfast and lunches to go each day, Monday through Friday, for children ages 0 - 18 in the gym parking lot. Please let us know if you are in need of food or are unable to come pick it up at the school.

  2. Secondly, do you have internet access for completing work digitally and accessing educational websites from home?

  3. Finally, let me know if you have any questions regarding the math work in the packet.  Knowing one’s multiplication facts is vital for student success in fifth grade. Spending time practicing multiplication facts through games is a great academic activity to engage in while at home!

Remember, you can send me messages through DOJO or through my school email:  julie.souder@newportgrammar.org


Staff

Announcements:

N0vember 30, Gradesheets go home

 

December 18, Students dismissed t 10:00 AM

 

December 19 - January 3, Winter Holiday

Break

 

January 15, End of Second Grading Period

 

January 18, No School for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

 

January 22, Gradecards go home

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supply List Information:

 

NGS was able to purchase the majority of students’ supplies for the 2020-2021 school year through the Cares Act Grant. We are very thankful this burden has been lifted from the parents!

 

Fourth grade will still provide a “wish list” if parents choose to donate items. These items include:

 

-boxes of tissue

-cleaning wipes (Clorox, Lysol, or equivalent)

-paper towels

-storage bags (such as Ziplock)

  Girls-quart size and Boys-gallon size

-disinfectant spray

-hand sanitizer

 

Mrs. Souder, 4th Grade Math Teacher



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