TIME
April goes to school at 9:00
and has lunch12:00. How
many hours is April in
school before lunch starts?
Click had soccer practice at
Lukeicon to add picture
3:00 and was done at 5:00.
How many hours did he
have soccer practice?
Jennifer helped her mo

EDUC 323 Section: 002
Name: Julia Mockabee
Class Number # 16
I. Grade Level: Third
II. Topic: Elapsed Time
III. STANDARDS
A.Virginia Standard of Learning:
3.11
The student will
b) determine elapsed time in one-hour increments over a 12-hour period.
B. Nat

Name:_
Elapsed Time
Answer the following questions and explain the
strategy you used to solve the problem. *Optional:
You may use the attached sheet to work out the problem
using pictures or creating a subtraction problem
1. Jonnys basketball game started

Julia Mockabee
EDUC 323-002
January 24, 2012
Math Autobiography
My history with math has been a little bit shaky. I have had some good moments in math,
due entirely to the teachers who have taught me the subject. I certainly understand the deep
satisfacti

The bags did not have the same number of candies because each bag is packaged with
machines that fill the bags based on weight rather than on number, and while each M&M weighs
close to 1 gram, there is room for error in which the M&Ms do not all weigh the

EDUC 323 Section: 002
Name: Julia Mockabee
Class Number # 16
I. Grade Level: Third
II. Topic: Elapsed Time
III. STANDARDS
A.Virginia Standard of Learning:
3.11
The student will
b) determine elapsed time in one-hour increments over a 12-hour period.
B. Nat

Geometry
Focus:PlaneFigures
K.11
The student will
a) identify, describe, and trace plane geometric figures (circle, triangle, square, and
rectangle); and
b) compare the size (larger, smaller) and shape of plane geometric figures (circle,
triangle, square,

My Geometry Kit:
Assignment:
Work with your parent to create a 3-dimensional structure using
all or some of the provided materials.
Materials:
30 gum drops
20 toothpicks
4 pieces of modeling clay
20 popsicle sticks
Discussion:
As you make your structu

Geometry Assessment:
Draw a picture of the following polygons in the space below:
1. Hexagon:
2. Triangle:
3. Pentagon:
4. Square:
5. Nonagon:
6. Heptagon:
7. Octagon:
8. Decagon:
True/False:
9. _A triangle can be in more than one plane at a time.
10. _A

Grade Level: Fourth
Content: Social Studies
SOLs:
Math 4.12
The student will:
b) identify polygons with 10 or fewer sides.
Social Studies 3.1
The student will explain how the contributions of ancient Greece and
Rome have influenced the present world in te