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Tags: fractions and decimals, math foundations, how to multiply decimals
This podcast this is playing what we're going to be working on for the remainder of the term in Math foundations for the summer 2013 term. With only five classes left in the final exam I know you're ready to begin your fourth of July weekend and start fresh with new term on July tenth. So let's begin. Monday June twenty fourth we're gonna learn how to multiply decimals and find the circumference of a circle. On Tuesday June twenty fifth we're going to complete the integrated review on decimals to check your understanding and make sure that we have no questions so we can continue to further chapters. On Wednesday June twenty sixth we're going to learn how to divide decimals and review order of operations and I know you can't wait to hear my wrap for order of operations. On Thursday June twenty seventh it will be times to learn some final concept about fractions and decimals. We're gonna finish the class on July first by working on review of chapters one through fourth here prepared for your final exam. Our final exam will be held on July third at eight AM(?). The final exam will be completed in my
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Tags: fractions and decimals, holiday wishes, happy holiday
Happy Holiday ___ parents. I wanted to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday this season. I wanted to say thank you for the parents that came in and volunteered for the teacher luncheon that was greatly appreciated and I enjoyed the luncheon very much and thank you for those parents that came in and helped out in the classroom. I also like to take this opportunity to thank all of you all for the wonderful holiday wishes and gifts and goodies. I appreciate them and I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. I just want to say thank you. We had a great 2011 and I look forward to 2012 this, this year. I think the children are going to have a great 2012. We have a lot in store for them. We're gonna finish up eco system, we're gonna go with the fractions and decimals and then we're going to wrap up, wrap up in the sorry wrap up the year with forces and motions for science and we'll.