Welcome to Class 4-409
Fourth Graders stay safe and healthy.
Fourth Graders Please Log onto Google Classroom as soon as possible!!
(Below are due dates for Activities assigned on google classroom.)
ACTIVITY 1: REVIEW FRACTIONS (Due by Friday, March 27, 2020)
(Posted on Class Page Below and on the Calendar under date created: March 18.)
Important Announcements: Remote Learning
There will be math and science work posted on classroom.google.com . Students should log in to google classroom and type the following code: f2cld3e. Students should be able to log in to Class 409/407 Math and Science and have access to the lessons and activities we will be working on for out remote learning.
Also, for Ms. Curran's ELA and SS class signup for Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/u/0/h
Class Code - cmhwsjx
Remote Learning: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Students 5 Steps to Google Classroom
Go to the classroom website and log in with your Google Apps email login.
(Email is last name, first name then @10x094.org--include no caps or punctuation in your name.)
(Password is your Student ID Number--same as your Log In for myON.)
2) Join a Class
In the upper right click on the plus button to join a class. Enter the Class Code.
Find your assignment in the stream.
4) Open Templates
From the stream always click on “OPEN” in an assignment to view templates the teacher has attached.
5) Turn In
Click the blue Turn In or Mark As Done button.
Multiplication/Division Strategies_ _ Science Vocabulary
Google Classroom Posted Activities
Activity 1: Due by Friday, March 27, 2020
Since February we've been working on fractions. Let's take a moment to demonstrate what we already know and what we need to work on.
Please answer the short response questions as best as you can. If you are not able to log on to your google classroom school account, just email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) What is the difference between a fraction and a whole number? Give an example.
2) Lisa says that 1/5 is a unit fraction. John says she’s wrong. He claims 5/5 is a unit fraction. Who is correct? Explain why.
3) How can you rename 6/5 as a mixed number?
4) Name three equivalent fractions for 1/2.
5) Write the sum of 5/7 and 1/7.