1. A reminder that your finished poetry slide show is due tomorrow! Be sure you use the success criteria posted yesterday to ensure your poems are ready to share!
2. Tomorrow is dress like Mr. Santos day to help the United Way! Buy 3 raffle tickets for $1 and you can win the chance to be St. Stephen's principal for a block!
3. We started reading a great book in class this week called Button Hill. We would like to continue reading it next week but we don't have enough copies for the whole class. Lucky for us, the book is an E-book that is part of the free Tumblebook library on the Ottawa Public Library's website.
I am asking all students to:
A mystery number is represented by 2 thousands, 14 hundreds, 0 tens, 35 ones
a. write the mystery number in standard form.
b. round the mystery number off to the nearest 1000.
c. round the mystery number off to the nearest 100
d. round the mystery number off to the nearest 10