This is Mrs Wright Morris class at Clemen Elementary and we are studying how do you simplify fractions and I have 4 students here who are going to share the 4 rules that we follow to see if a fraction is in simple as form. First is Chloe. The first rule is the numerator at the one. This is Hailey with the second rule. The numerator is prime but the denominator is not a multiple of the numerator. Hailey had a hard one. Ok Zach here you go. The numerator and then denominator are separated by one digit. And Kate will tell us our last rule. The numerator and denominator they're both prime. Alright thanks. This is area there rules that we follow here in 4th grade to make sure a fraction is in simplest form and hopefully this rules will help you as well.
This is Mrs Blake Moore from Corman elementary in South Gate Michigan. We mealted(?) marshmallows in the science lab today for some crazy reason I have 4 students here that willy tell you why we chose to mealt(?) those marshmallows in the microwave Emily 8 can you tell us one fact that you learn. I learned that you can take glass and heated up and slope it and that's what we did with the marshmallows. We put them in them microwave and use tooth picks to slope them into shape. And the reason we did this is to get the idea ___ and I thought it was pretty cool. The reason that I think we did this it's because that for how we would feel ___. Olivia. Is gonna rephrase this at home. And Olivia what are you gonna do at home. To to insure that this new is