## WEEK 3

MATH & SCIENCE REMOTE LEARNING

MARCH 30 - APRIL 4

Keeping a routine and following these activities daily will help you keep your learning momentum going!

Please email Ms. Scotese (altaylor@cps.edu) with any questions.

CONTINUE TO WORK ON ESPARK OR IXL AT LEAST THREE TIMES A WEEK FOR A MINIMUM OF 20 MINUTES EACH TIME.

Keeping a routine and following these activities daily will help you keep your learning momentum going!

Please email Ms. Scotese (altaylor@cps.edu) with any questions.

CONTINUE TO WORK ON ESPARK OR IXL AT LEAST THREE TIMES A WEEK FOR A MINIMUM OF 20 MINUTES EACH TIME.

**Math: GEOMETRY**

**Math: GEOMETRY**

**Monday, March 30: Points, Lines and Planes, Part 1**

1. Watch this

2. Complete the EXERCISES on points, lines and planes.

3. Check your answers to the exercises on points lines and planes.

a.

b. Or just pull up the

4. Start your GEOMETRY GLOSSARY. Use the

a. gives the

b. Shows a

c. Gives a

d. If you can, take a picture of your poster and share on Google Classroom or send to

5. Send

**Mathantics video on Points, Lines and Planes**2. Complete the EXERCISES on points, lines and planes.

3. Check your answers to the exercises on points lines and planes.

a.

**Watch the video**and have the answers explained.b. Or just pull up the

**answer sheet**to check.4. Start your GEOMETRY GLOSSARY. Use the

**GEOMETRY GLOSSARY LESSON**1 page as a guide. Download it or create yo on a sheet of paper (loose-leaf or copy paper), CREATE A POSTER THATa. gives the

__name of each geometric concept__(point, line, plane).b. Shows a

__picture__of each concept.c. Gives a

__definition__of each concept.d. If you can, take a picture of your poster and share on Google Classroom or send to

**Ms. Scotese via email**.5. Send

**Ms. Scotese an emai**l to let her know where you are with your learning with Math and Science. Tell her how you did with fractions. What went well, what do you want to continue to practice? Have you been going on eSpark or IXL? If not, what barriers are you facing? Did you finish the Science Enrichment Packet on Animal Adaptations? If not, where are you with it and how can Ms. Scotese help?

**Tuesday, March 31: Points, Lines and Planes, Part 2**

- Watch the
**Mathantics video on Points, Lines and Planes as a refresher.** - Complete the
**WORKSHEET on points, lines and planes.** - CHECK your answers to the exercises using
- the
**answer sheet**

- the
- Watch this
**cool video on Euclid**, the Greek mathematician who was the founder of math field of Geometry

**Wednesday, April 1. (APRIL FOOL'S DAY!): Introduction to Angles**

- Watch the Mathantics video on
**Angles.** - Complete the
**ANGLES EXERCISES**worksheet on angles. - Check your ANSWERS to the EXERCISES worksheet

**video explains the solutions,**

> or check your solutions against

**this answer sheet**

****

4. Continue your GEOMETRY GLOSSARY. This lesson had many new math key words. If it helps, use these

**GEOMETRY GLOSSARY PAGES**. As you did before, include:

> diagram of the key word

>. definition of the key word

or you can create your own GEOMETRY GLOSSARY PAGES on your own paper like before.

Here are the key words:

* parallel lines * intersecting lines * angles *arc

* perpendicular lines * right angles * acute angle. * obtuse angle

* straight angle * complementary angle * supplementary angle

**HELPFUL HINT FROM MS. SCOTESE: Do the Glossary pages for 6 of these key words today and then the remaining 5 tomorrow.**

**Thursday, April 2: Catch Up Day**

1. Catch up on any geometry worksheets and Glossary pages that you haven't finished yet.

2.Review your fraction skills so they stay fresh. Let's play a game! Go to this www.mathgames.com/skill/4.61-add-three-fractions and practice these fraction addition skills. Pay attention as it is easy to make a mistake -- and have fun!

3. Check out other games on www.mathgames.com.

4. Email Ms. Scotese before 8:30 PM and let her know how things are going. Do you want more practice work with these topics? Do you want more Challenge Work? Please let her know specifics so she can help guide your learning!

2.Review your fraction skills so they stay fresh. Let's play a game! Go to this www.mathgames.com/skill/4.61-add-three-fractions and practice these fraction addition skills. Pay attention as it is easy to make a mistake -- and have fun!

3. Check out other games on www.mathgames.com.

4. Email Ms. Scotese before 8:30 PM and let her know how things are going. Do you want more practice work with these topics? Do you want more Challenge Work? Please let her know specifics so she can help guide your learning!

**Friday, April 3: Angles and Degrees, Part 1 **

**angles**and**degrees!**- Watch this video about
**Angles and Degree**s. - If you have a protractor, go get it. It is nice to have the tool that measures angles and see how it works in "real time". If you don't have one, that's okay, too. We'll work it out.
- Work through this
**Exercise Page**and you practice measuring and drawing angles. - Check your ANSWERS to the EXERCISES worksheet

**video explains the solutions,**

> or check your solutions against

**this answer sheet.**

** 6 Continue your GEOMETRY GLOSSARY. This lesson had many new math key words.**

Include a:

> diagram of the key word

>. definition of the key word

or you can create your own

**GEOMETRY GLOSSARY PAGES: Angles and Degrees**on your own paper like

before> Here are the key words:

* degrees * protractor * rotation/rotate. * axis / center of rotation

*Draw a 0 degree angle * Draw a 45 degree angle * Draw a 90 degree angle.

* Draw a 135 degree angle * Draw a 180 degree angle * Draw a 270 degree angle *

*Draw a 360 degree angle

**THAT'S ALL THE MATH FOR THIS WEEK! THANK YOU FOR STICKING TO IT AND CONTINUING YOUR LEARNING!**