**Week 30**- Prefix in-, im-, il-, ir- : meaning not or in. in- is a chameleon prefix. Depending on the root the “n” changes to an m, l, r. When a root starts with a “m”, “p”, or “b” - you change the prefix to “im-”. When a root starts with an “l”, you change the prefix to “il-”. When a root starts with a “r”, you change your prefix to an “ir-”.

infected

illustrate

instilled

immense

illusion

inspire

irrational

imposter

illegal

impossible

**indigestion,irritable, insincere, immeasurable, invaluable, inaugural, irreparable, irrefutable, illiterate, immobile**

Challenge Words:

Challenge Words:

Monday - Write each missed word 3 times. If you make it to the challenge list - write each word 3 times.

Tuesday - Syllable Spelling - Write your words breaking them up into syllables

example: hit - ting

Wednesday - Put words in alphabetical order (3 times)

Thursday - Have someone (parent, babysitter,sibling,friend) give you a practice test, circle your missed words, have test giver sign the sheet.

Extra Practice - https://www.spellingcity.com/monicahamilton/

__Math:__

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MATH LESSON VIDEOS:

3rd Grade Envisions

Place Value 1

Place Value 2

Place Value 3

Properties of Addition

2.3 Using Mental Math to Add

2.5 Rounding

2.6 Estimating Sums

2.8 Equations

3.9 Subtracting across Zero

Multiplication on a Number Line

Ways to Represent Multiplication

Multiplication Times Tables (Skip to minute 7:32 in the video - ask a parent for help)

Basic Multiplication

Comparing With Multiplication

Multiplication 10, 11, 12 times

Multiplying Multiple of 10

2 Question Problems

6.1 The Distributive Property

6.2 3 As A Factor

6.6 Multiplying 3 Factors

6.8 Multiplying to Find Combinations

6.9 Multiple Step Problems

Basic Division

7.2 Division as Repeated Subtraction

7.4 Choosing the Appropriate Equation

Multiplication and Division Word Problems

Writing Division Multiple Ways

Comparing Multiplication and Division

Long Division

8.8 Multiplication and Division Facts

Intro to Fractions

Identifying Fraction Parts

9.5 Locating Fractions on a Number Line

9.6 Benchmark Fractions

Equivalent Fractions on a Number Line

10.1 Comparing Fractions Same Denominator

10.2 Comparing Fractions Same Numerator

10.6 Equivalent Fractions on a Number Line

10.7 Whole Numbers and Fractions

11. 1 Lines and Line Segments

11.2 Angles

11.3 Polygons

11.5 Quadrilaterals

13.1 Perimeter

13.4 Different Shapes with Same Perimeter

13.5 Try, Check, Revise

14.1 Perimeter and Area Basics

14.5 Area and the Distributive Property

14.8 Same Area, Different Perimeter

15.2 Volume in Metric

15.4 Units of Weight

Chapter 16 - Reading Pictographs

4th Grade Envisions

7.1 Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers by Multiples of 10

7.4 Using Compatible Numbers

7.5 Multiple Step Problems

8.2 Arrays and Expanded Algorithm

8.3 Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers by Multiples of 10