# Category Archives: Mathematics

# Fractions Simplified

# Review for upcoming tests

Math: (test Thursday)

- Two digit by two digit multiplication ex. 25 x 45 (page 54)
- Multiplying using partial product method
- Multiplying using Lattice Method (worksheet attached)
- Estimating to find the answer, ex. 3.6 x $29.67… 3.5 x 40 = 140 (workbook page Page 53, 79)
- Multiplying whole numbers and decimals by 1000 and 10,000 ex. 1.4 x 1000 (workbook page Page 52, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85)

Science Review: (Test Thursday)

- The air composition
- Who is Leonardo Da Vinci and what is his relation to ornithopters
- Which mammals can sustain leveled flight
- Atmosphere – how many layers? And is it important to know the first, second, and the fourth layer (names and details from the notes)
- Who were the Wright Brothers
- Properties of Air
- What is Air Pressure
- What are the four principles of flight
- Bernoulli’s principle (draw an example – bottle and water flow)
- Should know at least one societal and environmental impacts of flying devices

Social Studies:

Europe

- The number of countries in Europe
- The different regions
- The transcontinental countries
- Largest/smallest country in Europe
- Number of members in the European Union (the number when they started, and until now)
- European Union’s previous name
- Landmarks
- Population – top 5 countries, % of the world‘s population living in Europe
- How much percent does Europe cover of the Earth’s land
- How big Europe compared to other continents (4
^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}biggest?)

Language Arts: Practice writing your opinions especially on articles from the newsletter.

# Division: Basic Division and Long Division with One Digit

# Multiplication Strategy: Box and Lattice Method

# Multiplication: Partial Product Method

**Multiplication: Partial Product Method**

Today, we learned one strategy for multiplying two-digit by two-digit. It’s called the partial product method. We wrote notes from this step-by-step video:

# How to use a protractor