This past week each student received their own login and password to IXL. This is a great website that allows the students to practice many math skills. The students’ progress is also recorded in many different reports. The website that our students login at is https://www.ixl.com/signin/fraser. If you forgot your login or password please check your email. So far our class has answered 2,000 problems and has spent over 10 hours practicing. Olivia has answered the most questions so far. She has answered 222. Great job everyone and keep practicing.
There is a great game called Alien Angles on mathplayground.com. This game is a fun game that helps you learn to estimate angles. To play this game on your computer visit mathplayground.com and then press the purple math games 1 button at the top of the page. You then need to scroll down to the bottom of the list and alien angles is on the left side. If you are playing on your iPad you have to use rover and then follow the same steps. Make sure you read the directions before you start. Good luck!
Today we played a new game called Multiplication Wrestling. The students learned how to multiply two double digit numbers. What did you like about the game and was it an easy way to do double digit multiplication?
Today you will be learning how to add decimals. Please press the word video to learn how to add decimals. Press the play icon on the screen that appears.
Today we visited the website IXL. This website covers many of the topics that we cover in math class. If you ever need more practice on a topic we are learning about or want to challenge your math knowledge visit this site. Don’t forget you will need the username and password we discussed in class. Click on the graphic above or the link on the right under math to visit the site. If you earn an award take a screen shot of the award and email it to me.
We were played a game called Baseball Multiplication this week. This game helps the students work on their basic multiplication facts. There is a picture of the rules if you want to play at home as well as pictures of the students playing. There is also a version of this game on the everyday math website.
Press the button above to visit the Everyday Math site. You can review your multiplication facts with many of the games. Which game is your favorite?
What do you call the answer to an addition problem? What is the answer to a subtraction problem?
Today during math, we played a game titled High Number Toss which focused on place value. What was your strategy to make the largest number?