• Below you will find a brief description and materials for suggested Math and Science activities for the week. Please contact your child’s teacher with any questions or if you would like additional material.  


    Which One Doesn’t Belong Activities:

    Use the attached Which Once Doesn’t Belong Activities to spark your problem-solving mind before jumping into your math lessons! These thought provoking, discussion building puzzles are popular among students and teachers for sure. The best part is… there are no wrong answers as there are many different yet correct ways of choosing which one doesn’t belong. I encourage you to share your thoughts with your child about which one you think doesn’t belong either! 

    Which One Doesn't Belong  


    Multiplying Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers: 

    Be sure to check out the youtube links below as teachers introduce and explore the concepts of multiplying whole numbers and unit fractions! 

    Intoruction Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1WUoSipHb8 

    Follow Up Video :   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTCZQvM7DYU 


    Multiplying Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers Practice Pages and Check In 

    After viewing the instructional introductions, try your best to apply your understanding in these practice pages! 

    Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers 1  

    Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers 2 

    Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers 3 

    Multiplying Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers Check In

    Introduction to plants and the process of photosynthesis

    Students will have an opportunity this week to explore even more about plants through our discovery education resource. This is a wonderful tool that we have used in class to help increase our independent learning and note taking. This plant board is filled with activities, videos, and readings for students to complete throughout the week to keep them thinking about how plants live and grow! ** A user name and password are required for this website. Please email me or have your child email me if they do not know their user name or password

    Link: www.discoveryeducation.com

     Username: 238first initial last name … example: 238jsmith

     Password: student

    **Some students have an additional number in their username and they should know that**