If you look closely, you'll see Mrs.May on each section |
Sarah |
Taylor is written on each section |
Connor |
If you look closely, you'll see Mrs.May on each section |
Sarah |
Taylor is written on each section |
Connor |
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Proving Zero the Hero (in orange) |
Adding Zero the Hero to make our decimal look like money |
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Close-up of place value |
Decimal Anchor Chart |
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Today we looked at complementary and supplementary angles. Complementary angles are angles which add up to 90 degrees. Supplementary angles are angles which add up to 180 degrees. We can use what we know about these angles, as well as look at their adjacent angles, to determine missing angle measurements.
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Today we learned about different types of triangles - right, acute, and obtuse. We discussed that all triangles have two acute angles. The third angle is what determines its type. If the third angle is also acute, it's an acute triangle. If the third angle is right, it's a right triangle. If the third angle is obtuse, it's an obtuse triangle.
We began the week naming angles. Most of the students were familiar with the types of angles, but we reviewed the important characteristics of straight angles, obtuse angles, acute angles, and right angles.
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We began lines and angles this week. We began with introductions of the different types of lines and angles, then moved to making them on dot paper. We moved on to looking at specific lines and angles within a large collection. This lead to the discussion of why it is important to have points on our lines - so we can name the ones we're specifically trying to reference.
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