Updated routines version 2.0, the big bone of my every week planning. I have my weekly routines divided into 5 weekdays and one column for weekends. My monthly routines categorized into 4 weeks. If that month has 5th week, it's a bonus. No repeated task for that week. The bottom is non-periodical routines, something I'll do once in a while but repeatedly. I'm leaving plenty of space for future if new routine added.
Powers of 10 Flap Books - use to investigate what happens when a number is either multiplied or divided by 10 again and again. Place in math notebook if desired. $ Blog entry also links other resources (books, videos, games) for exploring powers of 10.
FREE! Powers of Ten chart!This chart covers powers of ten from tens to billions. It gives the power of ten, equation and the standard form. This chart is a great way to self-check answers. Great for the Common Core!CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.A.2 Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10.
Stone frog, ca. 2,000-1,600 BCE, with Akkadian inscription that indicates it is a unit of weight equal to 10 'minas,' the Mesopotamian unit of measure, weighing about 500 grams (18 ounces). The weight system was based on the talent or the average load that could be carried by a man or animal (about 30 kilograms). According to the Sumerian sexagesimal system, the talent was divided into 60 minas, and a mina was divided into 60 shekels.
Equivalent fractions can be found if both the numerator and the denominator can be multiplied or divided by the same number to get the new fraction. Description from relevantmath.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images