May 29th, 2017
In Math today, we reviewed using capacity to help us to determine the volume of unknown shapes. For example, if you have a graduated cylinder that holds 100 mL of water. If you add a pencil to the graduated cylinder and the water is displaced by 10 mL, then we know that the pencil is close to 10 centimeters cubed. Tomorrow we will be finishing our Measurement unit before moving on to Fractions and Decimals.