Obtuse triangle- a triangle with one angle greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees
-examine how data were collected and if they are reasonable
-examine how data were collected and if they are reasonable
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volume- The amount of space occupied by an object. Volume can be measured incubic centimeters (mL).
Measurement Learning Goals for Length, Perimeter and Area:-estimate and measure linear dimensions-relate units of linear measure-use decimals to report linear measures-explore circumference-estimate and measure perimeter and area-develop and use rules for calculating perimeter and area of a rectangle-solve problems related to length, perimeter and areaKey Words:-linear dimensions: Length,width,depth, height, thickness.-standard units: Metres ,square metres, cubic metres, kilograms, and seconds-non-standard units : Floor tiles, car lengths, and strides (can be used to measure length).-circumference : The distance around a circular object.-scale:The drawing of an object is to scale if the drawing and the object are similar. The drawing is larger or smaller than the object, but still has the same shape.
Obtuse triangle- a triangle with one angle greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees
Measurement Learning Goals for Length, Perimeter and Area:-estimate and measure linear dimensions-relate units of linear measure-use decimals to report linear measures-explore circumference-estimate and measure perimeter and area-develop and use rules for calculating perimeter and area of a rectangle-solve problems related to length, perimeter and areaKey Words:-linear dimensions: Length,width,depth, height, thickness.-standard units: Metres ,square metres, cubic metres, kilograms, and seconds-non-standard units : Floor tiles, car lengths, and strides (can be used to measure length).-circumference : The distance around a circular object.-scale:The drawing of an object is to scale if the drawing and the object are similar. The drawing is larger or smaller than the object, but still has the same shape.-formula: A short way to state a rule. Area = length x width is a formula for the area of a rectangle.
We will: -estimate and measure linear dimensions -estimate and measure perimeter -estimate and measure area -relate units of measure -relate area and perimeter
-decimetre -linear dimensions -millimetre -scale -square centimetre -square metre
We will: -skip count -recall basic multiplication and division facts -use different strategies to multiply and divide -relate multiplication and division -identify patterns in multiplication and division -multiply by 10, 100, and 1000 -multiply and divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number -pose and solve problems using multiplication and division
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2. Identify, extend and create patterns 3. Describe and model patterns 4. Use patterns to pose and solve problems 5. Use patterns in a table to make predictions
volume- The amount of space occupied by an object. Volume can be measured in cubic centimeters (mL).
Measurement Learning Goals for Length, Perimeter and Area:-estimate and measure linear dimensions-relate units of linear measure-use decimals to report linear measures-explore circumference-estimate and measure perimeter and area-develop and use rules for calculating perimeter and area of a rectangle-solve problems related to length, perimeter and areaKey Words:-linear dimensions: Length,width,depth, height, thickness.-standard units: Metres ,square metres, cubic metres, kilograms, and seconds-non-standard units : Floor tiles, car lengths, and strides (can be used to measure length).-circumference : The distance around a circular object.-scale:The drawing of an object is to scale if the drawing and the object are similar. The drawing is larger or smaller than the object, but still has the same shape.-formula: A short way to state a rule. Area = length x width is a formula for the area of a rectangle. |