Monday, February 23, 2015
It is an important fourth grade standard for students to recognize and be able to describe patterns, both numerical and nonnumerical patterns.
Patterns can be divided into two basic types: repeating patterns and growing patterns. Patterns allow us to predict what will come next and help us solve problems.
1. Math Mr. Spaulding: p. 417-418.
Miss W: p. 443-444.
Mrs. Thompson: p. 339.
2. Draw a picture of the storm in The Cay based on what we have read. Include as many details as possible.
3. Read for half an hour.
4. Get parent initials.