On this page you will find information from your child's math class. Please check this page for homework and upcoming assignments. You will also find a description of what is being covered for the week in your child's math class.
Welcome to Mrs. Goodrich's mathematics class! I have some policies in my class that I ask students to follow.
1st resource - our brain (think, think, think!!!)
2nd resource - our notes/models from class (located in our spiral notebooks or Student Stepping Stones Book A or B).
3rd resource - allowable internet tutorials with parental permission.
4th and last resort - parents
I will try my hardest to not give more than 30 minutes of HW. If your student is taking longer they must "walk away" and get help from me the next day. No frustration allowed! Feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Homework: Tuesday night, 11/29
BLOCK I: 4.7 in workbook (pp. 138-139)
BLOCK II: Problems 4 and 5 (back of Lesson 7, Problem Set).
Current Objectives: Customary Measurement
Welcome to Mrs. Williams' math class! Here you will find what standards we are working on, homework information, and upcoming quizzes and tests. Please check back regularly for updated information. Feel free to email me at email@example.com
Please check the agenda to see if there are any assignments. On nights there is not homework, please feel free to spend time on IXL or working on multiplication facts.
Students should always attempt homework. If they are having difficulty, I have asked them to give their best attempt and then star it for me to go over with them. This means they need to show SOME kind of work for it to be counted as an attempt.
Students should study multiplication facts every night. We need to expect fluency of facts in 5th grade.
I will list the current lessons we are working on in class below. PLEASE DO NOT work on any lessons other than those listed. We work on these in class as well and I will assign students further lessons if I see they need an extra challenge. Please do not force your child to reach a smart score of 100. A smart score of 80 and above indicates they have a good grasp of the skill. If they want the challenge, they may try to reach 100, but they may need your support. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Week of 1/9: K.7 and L.10