**Math **

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Adding Decimals This clip shows how we add using decimals up to hundredths in every day life.

Column Addition -This is an interesting way to add which helps us better understand Place Value while adding numbers.

Trade First Subtraction -This is an interesting way to subtract which helps us better understand Place Value while subtracting numbers.

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Lattice Multiplication - This clip illustrates the lattice method using the same problems used in the pickle power method.

Multiplying by Tens- This is similar to the other clip on this site about multiplying with the power of ten but is broken down into a simple segment.

Multiplying Money - This clip illustrates how important it is to remove the decimal before multiplying numbers.

Multiplying with two zeros in the problem- This clip illustrates the importance of bringing the zeros down to simplify the problem

Partial Products Method - This clip illustrates how to utilize the partial product method with the same problems used in the pickle power clip.

Partial Difference Method - This is an interesting way to add which helps us better understand Place Value while subtracting numbers.

Partial Sums Addition-This is an interesting way to add which helps us better understand Place Value while adding numbers.

Pickle Power - This clip illustrates how you can use a pickle power place holder to help you remember the place holder in a double digit problem.

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Rounding 10's, 100's & Nearest Whole Number This clip uses a rhyme to help us understand rounding a little better. This skill is used on a daily basis in life when ever purchasing something small or large.

** Numbers & Operations in Base Ten**-

**uses place value to round multi-digit numbers to any place**. (This is where it can be found on the report card).

The In Out Machine -This clip is an effect example of how to apply multiplication and division skills at a higher cognitive level.

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6, 7, & 8 the last lesson-These skills should be mastered before fourth grade but I have noticed these are the most difficult to master in third.

www.multiplication.com offers a variety of different lessons, games, flash cards, and other activities to help master multiplication. I have a lot of the links on my links page.

Measurement story -This is a 12 minute story about how we settled on a common unit of measure. Their is a

Brain Pop video clip that is similar but much more exciting than this video.

Metric Poster -This is an example of a metric poster we used to help understand the metric system.

Multiplying with Money -This is about multiplying with a decimal up to the hundredths.

**Numbers & Operations -Able to multiply a fraction by a whole number. **(This is where it can be found on the report card).

Lattice Method This is the box method for solving double digit multiplication problems.

Double Digit Multiplication -This is often called the tradition method for solving double digit multiplication problems. We draw a pickle in place of the zero and call the process pickle power.

Long Division- This isn't the best clip but I wanted to get one online as soon as I could.

Long Division -Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, & Repeat. This is a cheer we have developed as a class to help us with long divisions traditional method.

Blitz Card Game - Mrs. Wambaugh taught us this neat card game which is fun and helps kids in the area of mental math.

Perimeter - This clip illustrates how to use perimeter when installing base board in a room.

Fractions Intro - This is a fractions intro clip. It is used in combination with a math journal, educational game and lots of practice.

Floor Tile - This lesson is a must see if you want to understand how to tile or replace a floor.

Percent of a Number - This is a great clip for understanding percent. It also helps explain how to make an equivalent fraction with 100 as the denominator.

Percent Off -this clip uses an actual online menu to figure out what would be saved with a 10% off coupon.

Symmetry Lesson 1- Beginning lesson on symmetry. This is a must see for the 4th marking period.