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NLSD

Caroline Bentley
Intermediate School
Mrs. Jones
4th Grade - Bentley
ejones@nlsd122.org

Everyday Math

Our district follows the Everyday Math program created by the University of Chicago.  Information regarding the program philosophy, curriculum, and other policies can be found at the University of Chicago Everyday Math Website.

A link to the Student Reference Book and other Everyday Math related activities can be found by clicking the book below and then choosing the ConnectEd Mc Graw-Hill link.  Students should use their username and password to login to their page on the website.

Your child's homework can be located below. Choose the correct unit from the blue heading bars.  The link for the Homelinks is listed at the top of each section.

Visit IXL.com and practice important math skills.

Practice facts at Reflex Math.  Press Launch.
User: mrsjones122

Unit 1

Chapter 1 Place Value: Multidigit Addition and Subtraction

Study Guide

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 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 1-1:  Place Value in Whole Numbers A.1 A.3 1-2:  Place Value Concepts:  Extended Form A.2 1-3:  Formal Procedures for Rounding A.6 A.12 1-4:  Intro to the Student Reference Book 1-5:  Estimation Strategies B.8 B.9 1-6:  Solving Number Stories B.2 C.2 1-7:  U.S. Addition B.1 B.3 1-8:  Cracking the Muffin Code 1-9:  Traditional Subtraction C.1 1-10:  Customary Units of Length N.1 N.2 N.3 1-11:  Points, Line Segments, Lines, and Rays W.4 1-12:  Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals Lessons in the “X” section 1-13:  Finding the Perimeter of Squares and Rectangles
Unit 2

Chapter 2 Multiplication and Geometry

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 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 2-1:  Square Number Patters L.2 L.6 2-2:  The Area Formula for Rectangles Area of Rectangles Practice Math Playground Area and Perimeter Everyday Math Rugs and Fences(Login to Everyday Math site) BB.6 2-3:  Factors and Factor Pairs Everyday Math Factor Captor (Login to Everyday Math site) Math Playground Factor Pair Up Bike Racing Math Factors Factors Game Factor Family Reunion D.2 D.5 2-4:  Multiples D.4 2-5:  Prime and Composite Numbers A.10 A.11 2-6:  Little and Big Open Response 2-7:  Units of Time O.1 2-8:  Multiplicative Comparisons D.3 2-9:  Multiplicative Comparison Number Stories 2-10:  Classifying Triangles X.1 2-11: Classify Quadrilaterals X.5 X.6 X.7 X.8 X.9 2-12:  Finding Lines of Symmetry Y.1 2-13:  Finding the Pattern L.2 L.3
Unit 3

Chapter 3 Fractions and Decimals

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 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 3-1:  Equal Sharing and Equivalence P.1 P.5 3-2:  Fraction Circles and Equivalence Q.1 3-3:  Number Lines and Equivalence P.6 3-4:An Equivalent Fraction Rule P.7 3-5: Veggie Pizza Open Response Question 3-6:  Comparing Fractions P.14 3-7:  Comparing and Ordering Fractions P.19 P.20 P.21 3-8:  Modeling Tenths with Fraction Circles T.1 3-9:  Modeling Decimals with Base 10 Blocks T.2 T.3 3-10:  Tenths and Hundredths T.3 T.4 3-11: Tenths and Hundredths of a Meter 3-12: Tenths of a Centimeter 3-13:  Comparing Decimals T.14 T.15
Unit 4

Chapter 4 Multidigit Multiplication

Math Boxes      Lessons 1-6     Lessons 7-13

 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 4-1:  Extended Multiplication Facts D.25 D.26 4-2:  Making Reasonable Estimates D.13 4-3:  Partitioning Rectangles D.16 4-4: Converting Liquid Measurement 4-5: Walking Away with a Million Dollars Open Response Question 4-6:  Introducing Partial Products D.16 4-7:  Metric Units of Mass 4-8:  Money Number Stories M.7 M.8 4-9:  Partial Products 4-10:  Multiplication Wrestling 4-11: Area Models for Rectangles and Rectilinear Figures BB.7 4-12: Multistep Multiplication Number Stories D.15 D.26 4-13:  Lattice Multiplication D.17
Unit 5

Chapter 5 Fractions and Mixed -Numbers

Math Boxes:    Lessons 1-6      Lessons 7-14
Home Links:    Lessons 1-6       Lessons 7-14

 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 5-1:  Fraction Decomposition Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 5-2:  The Whole for Fractions 5-3:  Adding Fractions Q.4 Q.5 5-4: Adding Mixed Numbers Q.14 5-5: Adding Tenths and Hundredths R.5 R.6 5-6:  Open Response 5-7:  Subtracting Fractions Q.6 Q.7 5-8:  Subtracting Mixed Numbers Q.14 5-9:  Line Plots with Fractional Units J.8 5-10:  Rotations and Iterating Angles 5-11: Unit Iteration for Angles 5-12: Creating Symmetric Figures Y.1 Y.2 Y.3 5-13:  More Multistep Multiplication Number Stories
Unit 6

Chapter 6 Division; Angles

Math Boxes:    Lessons 1-6    Lessons 7-14

Home Links:        Lessons 1-6     Lessons 7-13

 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 6-1: Find Extended Division Facts with 1-Digit Divisors E.14 6-2: Solve Area Problems with Unknown Sides BB.6 6-3: Strategies for Division 6-4:  Partial-Quotients Division 6-5: Open Response 6-6:  Customary Units of Weight 6-7:  Partial Quotients Division #2 6-8:  Expressing and Interpreting Remainders 6-9:  Measuring Angles Z.3 6-10:  Using a Half Circle Protractor 6-11: Angle Measures as Additives Z.5 6-12: Number Stories with Fractions 6-13:  Extending Understanding of Whole Number Multiplication S.2, S.5
Unit 7

Chapter 7 Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement

Math Boxes:   Lessons 1-6    Lessons 7-14

Home Links:     Lessons 1-6     Lessons 7-13

 Lesson Video Links Activities IXL Lessons 7-1:Converting Liquid Measures:  U.S. Customary Units N.5 6-2: Solve Area Problems with Unknown Sides BB.6 6-3: Strategies for Division 6-4:  Partial-Quotients Division 6-5: Open Response 6-6:  Customary Units of Weight 6-7:  Partial Quotients Division #2 6-8:  Expressing and Interpreting Remainders 6-9:  Measuring Angles Z.3 6-10:  Using a Half Circle Protractor 6-11: Angle Measures as Additives Z.5 6-12: Number Stories with Fractions 6-13:  Extending Understanding of Whole Number Multiplication S.2, S.5
Unit 8

Chapter 8 Fraction
Operations; Applications

Math Boxes:    Lessons 1-6     Lessons 7-14

Home Links:  Lessons 1-6       Lessons 7-14

Websites to Visit

We use this website in the classroom, it is a great website for practicing math facts and skills we are working on in class.  Students may work on specific skills and it is well organized into categories. Each student has his or her own unique username and password on a notecard inside the cover of their Assignment Notebook. Remember to login to your account before practicing!

This site has several fun games for students to play to practice multiplication and division facts amongst other skills.  Students can even practice and play with their friends (or you!).

This site has multiple fun games for students to practice a wide variety of math concepts and skills.