Flipping Math  Module 8...
Time, Shapes, and Fractions as Equal Parts of Shapes...
Lesson # 1...Today, I will be able to describe twodimensional shapes based on attributes.



Assignment...Lesson 1 Problem set...
Assignment...make a note card for studying for each closed shape...3 sided to 10 sided. Include the name of the shape and
3  4 examples of what that shape could look like, and label ______sides...______angles. You will make 8 cards total...
Assessment...Exit Ticket SeeSaw Lesson #1...
Lesson # 2...Today, I will build, identify, & analyze twodimensional shapes with specified attributes.
Application Problem...Brain teaser...Use p. 7...
Assignment...Lesson 2 Problem Set...

SeeSaw Assignment...Noodle Shapes...using glue and pasta...make 3 or 4 shapes on you purple paper...name the shapes and post the picture on SeeSaw... 
Exit Ticket SeeSaw...Lesson 2...
Lesson #3...Today, I will use attributes to draw different polygons including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons.


Assignment...Problem Set Lesson 3...
Assessment...SeeSaw Lesson #3 Exit Ticket...Journal Question...Watch the video below and answer the question in your math journal...Is this a polygon?
Lesson #4...Today, I will use attributes to identify and draw different quadrilaterals...including rectangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, and trapezoids.



Assignment...Problem Set # 4...Using a piece of scratch paper...and a straight edge...draw and label at least 5 quadrilaterals and at least 3 sets or parallel lines...turn it in on SeeSaw!
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #4
Lesson #5...Today, I will work with cubes. I will be able to relate the square to the cube, and describe the cube based on attributes.


Assignment...Get a blank piece of white paper...fold in in half...in half...and in half again. Inside each section on both sides practice drawing your cube. Circle the 3 that are your best. Turn it in!!!
Assignment...grab 12 toothpicks and 8 mini marshmallows...construct a cube using these parts. Show it off on PADLET...
Assignment...Lesson 5 Problem Set...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #5
Great Minds Assessment...Topic A Mod 8...Let your teacher know when you have finished your assessment!
Lesson #6...Today, I will combine shapes to create a composite shape...create a new shape from composite shapes.



Assignment...play around with the plastic tangrams...try making fun shapes and shapes you recognize...remember you must use all 7 tangram pieces in each new picture you create.
Assignment...Lesson 6 Problem Set...
Assignment...Cut out your own tangram pieces and put them in a zip bag...take them home and show off your tangram skills!
Assessment...SeeSaw...Exit Ticket #6...Use a piece of scratch paper and trace 2 of your most exciting tangram creations. Turn in on SeeSaw...
Lesson #7...Today, I will look at equal parts or shares of a composite shape as halves, thirds, or fourths.


www.khanacademy.org/math/cc2ndgrademath/cc2ndgeometry/cc2ndfractionsofshapes/v/equalpartsofcirclesandrectangles
Assignment...Use note cards to show halves, thirds, & fourths...Label your card and draw at least two different pictures for each equal parts.
Assignment...Lesson 7 Problem Set...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #7....
Math Journal...Define "Equal Parts" and show what they look like.
Lesson #8...Today, I will look at equal parts or shares of a composite shape as halves, thirds, or fourths.




Assignment...Lesson 8 Problem Set...
Fold a white piece of paper in half and in half again...in each section use pattern blocks to create halves, thirds, fourths, or fraction of your own choosing. Trace and use color. Show your paper on SeeSaw...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #8...
Review any and all videos up to this point before you take this assessment...Once you have mastered Lesson 1  8...take the MID MOD 8 assessment...on paper...and turn it in on SeeSaw...
Lesson #9...Today, I will partition circles and rectangles into equal parts, and describe those parts as halves, thirds, or fourths.


Assignment...Lesson 9 Problem Set
Assignment...Using construction paper to create a colorful poster labeling the partitions of different equal parts of a circle or a rectangle in equal parts...take a picture of it on SeeSaw...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #9...
Lesson #10...Today, I will partition circles and rectangles into equal parts, and describe those parts as halves, thirds, or fourths.


Assignment...Lesson 10 Problem Set...
Assignment...Think about circles and rectangles that you can partition in "real" life. Draw a picture of at least 2 circles and 2 rectangles that are partitioned (example...an avocado cut in half). Share your picture on PADLET...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #10...
Lesson #11...Today, I will describe a whole by the number of equal parts including 2 halves, 3 thirds, and 4 fourths.
www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetichome/arithreviewfractions/fractionsandwholenumbers/v/wholenumbersasfractions
Assignment...Lesson 11 Problem Set...
Assignment...Use Lesson 11 Templates to cut out shapes and make a pictures labeling WHOLES...show the fraction and the whole as an equivalence.
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #11...
Lesson #12...Today, I will be able to recognize that equal parts of an identical rectangle can have different shapes.
Assignment...Use a Geoboard to partition identicle rectangles into different shapes...
Assignment...Lesson 12 Problem Set...
Practice using a GeoBoard and rubber bands to show one rectangle partitioned into half...see if you can find another way to do half in a different way. See if you can make identical rectangles that have different shaped partitions. Make a video on SeeSaw showing all the different shapes that you made and how you partitioned them...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #12...
then...
Review any and all videos up to this point before you take this assessment...Once you have mastered Lesson 9  12...take the MOD 8 TOPIC C assessment...on Great Minds...
Lesson #13...Today, I will construct a paperplate clock by partitioning a circle into halves and quarters. I will also be able to tell time to the half hour and quarter hour.



After watching the video on how to make a paper plate clock...make your own...ask Mr. Franklin if you need help. Keep it at school for a few days to help you practice time.
Post a video on Padlet Showing your clock...set it at a few different times to show that you can use it...
Assignment...Lesson 13 Problem Set...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #13...
Lesson #14...Today, I will be able to tell time to the nearest five minutes.


Assignment...Go around and ask people the time on your necklace clock...SAY..."YO YO WHAT TIME IS IT?" Let them answer...If they get it right let them know by saying..."____:_____ YEAH BOY!"...if they get it wrong let them know by saying..."TRY AGAIN BOY!"
We will practice together in breakout rooms...
Assignment...Lesson 14 Problem Set...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #14...
Lesson #15...Today, I will tell time to the nearest five minutes. I will be amble to relate a.m. and p.m. to the time of the day.


Assignment...In your journal...make a list of activities that you do throughout the day...give the activity...the time you do the activity...and a.m or p.m. Write at least 10 different activities thriughout the day.
Assignment... Lesson 15 Problem Set...
Assessment...SeeSaw Exit Ticket #15...
Lesson #16...Today, I will be able to solve elapsed time problems involving whole hours and a half hour.


