October 25, 2010

Dear Parents,

Your child will be taking their October Math Assessment on Thursday,

Here is how you can help your child be successful:

1. Your child will have to complete the attached math packet. All work must be shown next to the problem. Wednesday

2. Review Pages

Math Textbook page.

Compare decimals with fractions and percents on a number line

pg. 530,531,536,537,

Convert and compare decimals to percents and percents to decimals.

pg. 538,539

Reduce Fractions (Simplify)

pg. 320, 321

Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers.

pg. 322,323,

Identify, order, convert and calculate fractions with unlike denominators.

pg. 316,317,332, 333 , 334, 335

Equivalent Fractions

pg. 318, 319

Compare Fractions

pg. 324,325

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

Mrs. Crawley

Dear Parents,

Your child will be taking their October Math Assessment on Thursday,

**October 28th**. 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 assessment, a letter will be sent home to you with your child’s score. Students who do not meet will be reassessed after reviewing missed skills during their recess time.Here is how you can help your child be successful:

1. Your child will have to complete the attached math packet. All work must be shown next to the problem. Wednesday

**Thank you****J**2. Review Pages

Math Textbook page.

Compare decimals with fractions and percents on a number line

pg. 530,531,536,537,

Convert and compare decimals to percents and percents to decimals.

pg. 538,539

Reduce Fractions (Simplify)

pg. 320, 321

Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers.

pg. 322,323,

Identify, order, convert and calculate fractions with unlike denominators.

pg. 316,317,332, 333 , 334, 335

Equivalent Fractions

pg. 318, 319

Compare Fractions

pg. 324,325

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

Mrs. Crawley