I’ve upgraded to the campus blog. It hopefully will be almost alike this one but, I’ll be putting new posts on the new one. Here is the link to the new blog.
The first step is to make a circle around the number 2.
The second step is to start on the number 4 skip count by 2s till 100 and make an x on every number.
The third step is to circle the number three.
The forth step is to start on the number 6 skip count by 3s till 100 and make an x on every number.
The fifth step is to circle the number 5.
The sixth step is to start on the number 10 skip count by 5s till 100 and make an x on every number
The seventh step is to circle the number 7.
The eighth step is to start on the number 14 skip count by 7s till 100 and make an x on every number.
If you do this. These will be your prime numbers: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, and 97.
Here’s a link that will bring you to a Seive of Eratosthenes that goes from 2 to 400.
Did this help you on prime and composite numbers?
I’m just learning about the Revolutionary War. Mrs. Hamman gave me the idea for Mission US. Mission US is about the Revolutionary War. You get to be part of the game, which takes place in the American Revolutionary War.
I learned more about the Revolutionary War when I went there.
Have you played Mission US before?
- Jarrod’s Awesome Blog He’s been blogging for a while and makes great posts. I commented on his Poptropica post. He wrote back and answered my questions. I want to try out his suggestions on Poptropica.
- Jaden’s Awesome Blog I like his post on visiting the desert because I live in a desert.
- Joshr4’s blog is cool. I really like the werewolf voki on the side. His accent is different than mine. I commented on his bullying post. It’s an important post.
- Daniel’s Awesome Blog He came to my blog and left me some really good comments, and I’ve been to his blog too. I like some of the same things he likes.
- Em’s Canvas She likes to create a lot and put it on her blog.
- Sam’s Blog I went to Sam’s blog and left him a comment.
- Mr. Davo Devil‘s blog is Mrs. W traveling blog.
Who do you recommend I visit next?
In math there are different ways to solve problems. The lattice method is an example of another way to do multiplication. I think it is easier.
If you need help on a multiplication problem like 567 times 432 make a three by three grid.
Then Draw a line in every box from the top right to the bottom left corner.
On the top and side write down the multiplication problem.
In each box you will need to multiply the number that is above it and to the side of it.
Now you will need to draw lines diagonally from the grid.
Finally, you will need to add up the line that is diagonally, and then you will get the answer.
If you follow these steps you can easily finish a multiplication problem. You can do this on any multiplication problem.
To watch a YouTube video on the lattice method, click here.
Did this help you in any way?
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Hi everybody, I’m participating in the student blogging challenge. I’ll be posting more stuff for the blogging challenge. I’ll be back soon.
One day there where three children (Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire) playing on the beach. All of a sudden Mr. Poe says to them “I’m so sorry, your house was on fire and now your parents are dead, now I’m suppose to be in charge of you.” (The next day) “I found you a guardian Count Olaf” Mr. Poe said. (When they get to his house) “Please wipe off your feet (even though it was very dirty)” Count Olaf said. The Baudelaires were not happy with their new home . Will they stay, or run away? Is Count Olaf a bad guy or good guy? You will find out if you read this book.
I would prefer this book.