We got into using an area model to show the multiplication of decimals today. This is a great way for students to show that they understand what is happening when they multiply decimals. In the afternoon, we spent some time reviewing the criteria for a research notebook and saw some examples of how to help organize research notebooks to show information and thinking and throughout the inquiry process. |

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__Reminders:__**Skating tomorrow: We will leave school at 1 pm****Intermediate Winter Concert Tomorrow. 9:15 am****Due to a very busy schedule tomorrow the**__word work party__**will be postponed until Monday @ 9 am**

**DO NOT**wear your grade 7 hoodie for the concert*****

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__Homework:__- 4 Math questions
*(2 with whole numbers, 2 without)*with two area models - Watch the following videos on using area models to multiply fractions
- Video 1
- Video 2

**Post A Response:**- Answer each true or false statements and explain your thinking

__Question 1: True or False__

When you multiply decimals less than 1 the product will always be less than either of the factors being multiplied together.

__Question 2: True or False__

When you subtract decimals that have place values in the hundredths, you will always have to re group from the tenths place value.

__Question 3: True of False__

**Decimals and Fractions are completely different types of numbers**

Mock Duck is a dish made out of beans, but made to look like a duck.

Tommy put a Richard Hudnut scrap book set on hold for Margot.

__Question 4: True or False__Mock Duck is a dish made out of beans, but made to look like a duck.

__Question 5: True or False__Tommy put a Richard Hudnut scrap book set on hold for Margot.