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*You need:
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*a pencil*
*a pen*
*your homework*
*your Notebook*
*your student Companion*

*a pencil**a pen**your homework**your Notebook**your student Companion**your device*Life on the Open Seas *a pencil**a pen**your homework:*5-3 Multiplying Two Fractions*your Notebook*

- Correct homework
- Topic 2 Homework Quiz Corrections
- Use the Quiz corrections sheet
- You will get 1/2 the points you missed back

Topics 1, 2, and 5 Mixed Review

*your device**a pencil**a pen**Student Companions:*Yes you always need this.*your homework:*5-2 Multiplying Two Fractions

- Warm up: Multiply the fractions. Use the Document you got on Tuesday from your Google Classroom.
- Launch: pg
- Notes: 5-3 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

5-3 Multiplying Two Fractions

*your device**a pencil**a pen**your homework:*5-1 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers*Student Companion*

- Warm up: Download the Warm Up Document from Google Classroom.
- Do these four warm ups on the document in the first box.

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4) When you multiply a fraction by a whole number what do you notice? Explain.

Launch

Notes: 5-2 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers

5-2 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers

*your device**a pencil**a pen**your homework*We will correct this tomorrow!*your Notebook*This should always be out!

- No warm up today
- Correct the Benchmark Test
- Log on to Illuminate to see what you missed
- Hand back tests.
- Staple the the test to your correction sheet/s
- When finished go to SumDog there is a test waiting for you.

Test corrections

Sumdog

Missing work

Sumdog

Missing work

*your device**a pencil**a pen**your homework*

- Warm up: Free Write
- Launch: pg 109
- Topic 5: Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers

5-1 Multiplying Fractions and Whole numbers

Sorry I failed on writing the blog today.

If you were absent we took a Homework Quiz, which can be found on Google Classroom.

We learned how to use g(Math), which can be found under the add-ons in Google Docs.

Homework:

Topic 2 Review

*your device**a pencil**a pen**your homework**your Notebook**your student Companion*

- Warm up
- Use prime factorization to find the GCF of 54 and 78
- How can you use a factor tree to find the composite umbers of 36?
- Notes: Least Common Multiple

Least Common Multiple #1-14

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