# Q2W5 (11/14 – 11/18)

Teacher Kathleen Manning Math/Science 4 5 Divide Multi-Digit Numbers/ Matter
Standard(s) Taught

Math:        MA.4.NSO.2.4    MA.4.NSO.2.5     MA.4.AR.1.1

• Divide a whole number up to four digits by a onedigit whole number with procedural

reliability. Represent remainders as fractional parts of the divisor.
• Explore the multiplication and division of multidigit whole numbers using estimation,

rounding and place value.
• Solve realworld problems involving multiplication and division of whole numbers

including problems in which remainders must be interpreted within the context.

Science:    SC.4.P.8.1

• Measure and compare objects and materials based on their physical properties including: mass, shape, volume, color, hardness, texture, odor, taste, and attraction to magnets.
Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

The student will:

• Understand how to divide by one-digit numbers.
• Understand word problems that involve division.
• Represent a remainder as a fractional part of the divisor.
• Compare objects based on observable and measurable physical properties (shape, color, hardness, texture, odor, taste, attraction to magnets, mass, volume).
• Investigate and explain that all matter has the following measurable properties: volume (takes up space) and mass (weight).
• Record and compare the mass and volume of solid and liquid matter using metric units.
• Record and compare the volume of regular- and irregular-shaped solids using the water displacement method.
• Display data appropriately in charts, tables, and graphs.
• Compare measurement data with other lab groups checking for accuracy.
• Explain any differences that may have occurred across groups.
Classroom Activities

Math Book, Chapter 4 “Division”

• Lesson 4.8 “Divide Multi-digit Numbers by One digit”, pp. 231-236
• Lesson 4.9 “Divide by One-digit Numbers” pp. 237-242
• Lesson 4.10 “Problem Solving with Division” pp. 243-248
• Students will also be reviewing concepts from Division Unit and catching up on missing assignments.
• “Is it Matter?” thinking probe