Dear Parents,

Your child will be taking their September Math Assessment on

Here is how you can help your child be successful:

1. Complete Math Packet attached (given in school). All work must be shown next to the problem.

2. Review Pages

Identify numbers and place values on a horizontal and vertical number line for whole numbers. (hundred millions to thousandths:Textbook pages 4,5,14,15,24,25

Compute Whole numbers with decimals (addition and subtraction):Textbook Pages 58,59,60,61

Divisibility Rules:Textbook pages 302,303

Identify Prime and Composite Numbers:Textbook Pages 298,299

Write Prime Factorization Trees: Textbook pages: 300,301

Common Factors and Greatest Common Factors: Textbook pages 304,305

Multiples: Textbook pages. 308,310

Exponents Square numbers: Textbook pages 6,7

Happy Studying! Thank you for supporting your child’s education.

Mrs. Crawley

Your child will be taking their September Math Assessment on

**Thursday, September 30th**. This assessment will be**40%**of your child’s math grade. District mapping requires all students to pass their monthly math assessment with a score above 80%. After the assessments, a letter will be sent home to you with your child’s score. Students who do not pass their assessment will be reassessed after reviewing missed skills during their recess time.Here is how you can help your child be successful:

1. Complete Math Packet attached (given in school). All work must be shown next to the problem.

**Due Wednesday with parent signature on first page.**2. Review Pages

Identify numbers and place values on a horizontal and vertical number line for whole numbers. (hundred millions to thousandths:Textbook pages 4,5,14,15,24,25

Compute Whole numbers with decimals (addition and subtraction):Textbook Pages 58,59,60,61

Divisibility Rules:Textbook pages 302,303

Identify Prime and Composite Numbers:Textbook Pages 298,299

Write Prime Factorization Trees: Textbook pages: 300,301

Common Factors and Greatest Common Factors: Textbook pages 304,305

Multiples: Textbook pages. 308,310

Exponents Square numbers: Textbook pages 6,7

Happy Studying! Thank you for supporting your child’s education.

Mrs. Crawley