This is what's due...
Salam Alaikum Parents,
Unit 4: Textbook: Show What You Know p.184-185 q. 1-10 and 12-13
Unit 4: Lesson 11: Workbook p.92-93
Unit 4: Lesson 8 Textbook p.169-170 q.1-5
Unit 4: Lesson 9 Textbook p.172-173 q.1-6
Unit 4: Lesson 10 Textbook p. 176-177 q.1-6 and 10
Unit 4: Lesson 11 Textbook p.179-180 q.1-4 and 6
Unit 4: Lesson 4 Textbook p.158 q.4-5
Unit 4: Lesson 5 Textbook p.161 q.2,3 and 6
Unit 4:Lesson 6 Textbook p.164 q. 3,4 and 5
Unit 4: Lesson 8 Workbook p.86-87
Unit 4: Lesson 9 Workbook p.88-89
Unit 4: Lesson 10 Workbook p.90
Unit 4: Lesson 3- Workbook p.78-79
Unit 4: Lesson 4- Workbook p.80-81
Unit 4: Lesson 5- Workbook p.82-83
Unit 4: Lesson 6- Workbook p.84 only
Unit 4: Lesson 3- Textbook p.155 q.7,8,9
**calm down, it's really easy**
April 27- May 1
Unit 4: Lesson 1- Workbook p.74-75
Unit 4: Lesson 2- Workbook p.76-77
Unit 4: Lesson 2- Textbook p.150-151 q.1-6
We are starting a new unit on Multiplication and Division. This is Unit 4 in our textbook. Please don't start this until after the Math Test I will be giving on Wednesday. Thank you.
Unit 4: Lesson 1 p.146-147 (lesson)
p.147-148 textbook q.1-7
This week we will be learning about CAPACITY AND MASS. Please make sure your child knows the difference between capacity and mass. Capacity is how much something holds- like a cup. Usually capacity is used for liquids ex. litre and millilitre, whereas mass is used for solids ex: kilogram and gram. Mass is the measurement of how heavy something is. Your child will say "oh you mean weight?". You say, "no honey, that's the wrong way of speaking about mathematical key terms- get your facts straight". Proceed to tell him/her that generally people think the right way to ask how heavy something is by weight but NO, it is not. Weight is how much force is exerted by gravity on that object. I usually teach this part of the unit when we do Forces in Science but unfortunately that's not possible. If you like to extend your child's knowledge and explain to them what gravity is, it really helps them understand and connect Math with Science.
You will enjoy these math lessons since they are hands-on. Have your child go into the kitchen and tell them to bake you something so he/she can measure out ingredients.
**ALL WORD PROBLEMS NEED TO BE SOLVED WITH PICTURES, NUMBERS, AND WORDS****
Unit 6: Lesson 10: Student textbook page 258-259 (this is a lesson)
Questions p.259-260 q.1-7
Student workbook p.128-129
Unit 6: Lesson 11: Student textbook page 261-262 (this is a lesson)
Questions p.262-263 q.1-7
Student workbook p.130-131
Unit 6: Lesson 12: Student Textbook p.264-265 (this is a lesson)
Questions p265-266 q.1-7
Student Workbook p132-133
Unit 6: Lesson 13: Student Textbook p267-268 and 271 q.11 and 12
Questions p.268-269 q.1-6
Student Workbook p134-135
- record video of your child reading p.163 from Charlotte's Web (2 minutes)
- watch Math multiplication videos on dojo that I have already posted to make sure your child is reviewing multiplication and division.
-do Math workbook lesson 8 questions from textbook (30 minutes)
- Math textbook lesson 9 questions (15 minutes)
-search for current events article (20 minutes)
- journal entry (10 minutes)
- watch math videos on DOJO
-do math lesson 10 questions (20 minutes)
-Charlotte's Web reading chapters and reading comprehension answers. (20 minutes)
- Math lesson 10 questions (20 minutes)
- answer current events article (10 minutes)
-math lesson 11 questions (20 minutes)
If you have any questions or any concerns please send me a message on DOJO. I will do my best to respond and support you any way I can.
I am very sad to be typing out my lesson plans for the week for you because I would rather be with the kids and do my best to teach them. I am confident that you can do this with your child. I will be frank though- the Grade 3 Math curriculum is challenging and if your child needs an extra day or time to grasp a concept- by all means do take your time with your child until he/she gets it. Any questions I will be here to support and answer all questions.
Jazakum Allah Khairun,