Posted: April 26, 2020
High Tech Option- Dreambox, if you are in 6K or 7M and have not yet received your password please email firstname.lastname@example.org click on the following link to access dreambox:
Low Tech Option- www.math-drills.com The focus this week will be on practicing long division. Try some of the practice sheets with and without remainders. Remember that long division requires a keen understanding of multiplication so it is very important to continue to master multiplication facts by practicing each day.
No Tech Option-DICE ROLL: Roll a dice 5 times to create a large number. Rearrange the digits to make the largest/ smallest number. Write down all of the number combinations you can make with the numbers you have rolled and order them from largest to smallest. Roll a dice twice and write down the number. Roll it again and multiply the two numbers together. COUNTDOWN: pick a target three-digit number. Select 7 cards from a pack of cards. Jack is worth 15, Queen is worth 25 and King is worth 50. all other cards are their value. Using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, see if you can make an equation to get the target number. For example: 337. Cards from pack: queen, king, 10, 5, 1, 3. Equation ((10+Q+K) x (5-1)) -3 = 337
Weekly STEM Challenge-
Upcycling is taking a product or material that you would generally throw away and turning it into something new and useful. This helps keep non-biodegradable junk out of landfills and our ocean. Your challenge is to find some items around your home that are broken or no longer being used and create something new! ~Create, Test, Improve.
Here are a few links to help with the weekly STEM challenge: