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email: Stella.Godin@dpsnc.net
send in a dated note with your child
HELLO :) welcome to math
fail early, fail often,
fail FORWARD > Each NAVIGATOR has a goal for their weekly common assessments. We will use our errors to "navigate" our focus and propel our effort! WATCH THIS!! 
"You have to actually seek failure; failure is where all of the lessons are."
"That's where adaptation is; that's where growth is." "You gotta take a shot!" "Practice is controlled failure" "Failure actually helps you recognize areas where you need evolve." 
Who's too old for
Sesame Street?? not me ;) Stay motivated! Don't give up, and remember the power of YET 
You didn't get it right now
You keep tryin, you'll learn how You just didn't get it yet but you'll get it soon I bet  That's the power of YET! Just breathe now. Don't lose control. Keep tryin and you'll meet your goal. Ready, Get, Set  That's the power of YET! There's no mountain you can't climb It just takes a little time cuz you got what it takes, just learn from your mistakes Try and try again  You'll step up and then... 
When you want to do something that's new
It seems really hard to do You feel like quitting; you feel you're through Well I have some advice for you Don't ever quit  just try and try and you can do it Keep on trying  You're gonna make it  I ain't lying Don't ever quit  just try and try and you can do it Keep on going  You're gonna fall, just keep on rolling Don't ever stop  just try and try, you'll come out on top Keep on groovin  You're gonna get there, just keep on movin Don't pack it in  just try and try and you will win 
TOO CUTE >> 
You CAN do it.
You never gave up at this stage in your life  so, why are you so quick to quit on yourself now? riding a bike learning to swim driving a car 

I found another one :D
lyrics to come... 

mean, median, mode, and range




box and whisker plot


geometry



measurement



computation
We need to add a zero when, we multiply the tens.
Add the numbers up  and that's the product. 59 x 25 23 x 19 7.3 x 1.4 
The numerator becomes the dividend
Write a decimal point and a zero in the tenths Divide and write the decimal point in the quotient so onehalf and fivetenths are equivalent so twofifths and fourtenths are equivalent 1/8 
Listen up!
Here's how you represent a decimal as a percent. Move the decimal point two places right, then you write a percent sign. A decimal is a fraction whose denominator is a power of 10. A percent is a portion out of 100. And the workload is minimal to convert a percent to a decimal. The decimal point moves left two places, then the percent sign erases. 
To divide by a fraction here's a tip:
Keep Change Flip To divide onehalf by onesixth... KCF To divide twofifths by onefifth... KCF We understand with these  these problems we love... because we know division means: "has how many groups of" How many groups of fourths does onehalf got?... 
onehalf / 4 (pizza)
Draw one whole pizza and then the fraction Divide it by the whole number and find the quotient. onethird / 2 (candy bar) 
2 / onefourth
3 / onefifth To divide a whole number by a fraction we start... by dividing the whole number into fractional parts. because the number of fractional parts (??) and that will be the quotient. When there's a fraction we wanna divide by, we can flip the fraction and multiply... (reciprocal) 






place value  integers
10 ones make ten (10)
10 groups of ten are 1 hundred (100) 10 hundreds make 1 thousand (1,000) The pattern never ends... picking pears  bike riding  base ten blocks  extend to 1 million (1,000,000) We will always remember to define an INTEGER
as a positive or negative whole number. examples: sea level (10 + 13 = 3), money (5  15 = 10), temperature (5 +8 = 3) ABSOLUTE VALUE is the value of the number if you take away the sign. For example, both nine and negative nine have an absolute value of just nine. It's how far from zero a value is on the number line. So, to find the absolute value, just take away the sign, Take it away! Woo! 
All NATURAL numbers are WHOLE numbers.
All WHOLE numbers are INTEGERS. All INTEGERS are RATIONAL numbers. Now listen to that drummer.  defines each, building on each other  examples: 4, 2, 1.5, 0 Number lines help make sense of INTEGERS.
They're positive or negative whole numbers. examples: temperature (5 +8 = 3), sea level (10 + 13 = 3), money (5  15 = 10) 