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 All About Me! This blog is a place for fifth graders in Grand Forks, ND to share their thinking about math. The purpose of our blog is to communicate our learning through authentic interaction. We hope you will visit our page often and respond to our writing, thinking process, and problem solving.
 by RayevinnM222 teacher: Alice Smith

Blog Entries
 5/15 Civil War Numbers 5/7 Multiplying Fractions 4/30 Solving Equations 4/19 Order of Operations! 4/17 Positive Negative Numbers 3/20 Fracion Fun! 3/6 Magic Pen! 2/22 The Best Fraction Problem! 2/15 Short Term Memory 2/8 Light Blue- Dark blue 1/24 Fractions, Decimals, and Percents... Oh My! 1/10 Warm Up! 1/3 Sliding Puzzle/ Changing Places 12/5 The Eyeballing Game 11/22 Angle Mania 11/14 Make And Measure 11/7 Drawing Cubes 10/24 Big Numbers 10/17 Reaction Time! 10/10 Why Estimate? List 25, 50, all

Civil War Numbers According to the first website about 2% (More than 620,000) of the population died in the Civil War, more then 3 million men died in the Civil War. At the beginning of the war, all the goods manufactured in the south were added up to less than 25% of the goods made in the state of New York alone. Andersonville Prison in southwest Georgia held 33,000 prisoners in 1864, and at Cold Harbor, Va., 7,000 Americans fell in 20 minutes. There is still more that I could keep writing. There is so much I really didn't know about the Civil War!

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