G/T Mathematics
G/T Mathematics is daily mathematics instruction for identified 4th and 5th graders provided by a G/T Resource Teacher. Our curriculum is enriched & accelerated and focuses on problem solving and application of mathematical skills. Testing is required for student participation and nominations can be parent or teacher initiated.
Problem of the MonthNEW PROBLEMS ARE HERE!!!! Problems of the month are not mandatory but can be used as an opportunity for extra credit.
Use the form to the right. Download it and show all your work on this paper. Hand it in to your math teacher by the due date (see below and on the form). This will be worth .5 extra credit point in problem solving for both 4th grade and 5th grade. POM due dates for the year 20172018 are as follows: September 27, 2018 October 26, 2018 November 27, 2018 December 21, 2018 January 25, 2019 February 25, 2019 March 27, 2019 April 26, 2019 May 24, 2019 

Testing Timeline
Applicable for 3rd5th Grade students
December  5th Grade & 3rd Grade CogAT Test Administration for ALL students
End of February  CogAT results mailed to 5th grade families
March  Placement Reviews
(Parents of students who do not meet the cutoff score may request in writing a Placement Review at which time additional data such as classroom performance will be considered.)
April  CogAT results mailed to 3rd grade families
April/May  Placement Reviews for 3rd graders and 4th graders
(Parents of students who do not meet the cutoff score may request in writing a Placement Review at which time additional data such as classroom performance will be considered.)
These are approximate timeframes. Please watch the Manor Woods Menu for specific dates.
December  5th Grade & 3rd Grade CogAT Test Administration for ALL students
End of February  CogAT results mailed to 5th grade families
March  Placement Reviews
(Parents of students who do not meet the cutoff score may request in writing a Placement Review at which time additional data such as classroom performance will be considered.)
April  CogAT results mailed to 3rd grade families
April/May  Placement Reviews for 3rd graders and 4th graders
(Parents of students who do not meet the cutoff score may request in writing a Placement Review at which time additional data such as classroom performance will be considered.)
These are approximate timeframes. Please watch the Manor Woods Menu for specific dates.
Howard County S.M.A.R.T. pages
Student Mathematics Activities Resource Tools (S.M.A.R.T.) The Student Mathematics Activity Resource Tools (SMART Web Pages) give students access to the same webbased activities and virtual manipulatives (or mathematics concept tutorials) as those modeled or used by their mathematics teachers. These resources are organized by grade level, marking period, and unit. Teachers are encouraged to use various SMART resources/tools with students during mathematics instruction. Students and parents/guardians are encouraged to access these websites at home or in the public library. SMART resources/tools are currently available for the grade levels and/or courses listed below.
Elementary  Secondary
Elementary Mathematics Grade Level Kindergarten
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
GT Fourth Grade
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Fifth Grade
GT Fifth Grade
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Sixth Grade
Strategies At Work
(A Basic Math Facts Program)
Secondary Mathematics Mathematics Course Middle School
Mathematics I (MSM I)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Middle School
Mathematics II (MSM II)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 PreAlgebra (and PreAlgebra GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Consumer Mathematics
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Algebra/Data Analysis High School Assessment (HSA) Mastery
Quarter 1  Quarter 2 Algebra I/DataAnalysis (and Algebra I/Data Analysis GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Geometry (Geometry and GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Algebra II (and Algebra II GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 AP Statistics GT
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus AB GT
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Advanced Placement Calculus C/Multivariate Calculus GT (AP Calculus BC GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4
Elementary  Secondary
Elementary Mathematics Grade Level Kindergarten
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
GT Fourth Grade
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Fifth Grade
GT Fifth Grade
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Sixth Grade
Strategies At Work
(A Basic Math Facts Program)
Secondary Mathematics Mathematics Course Middle School
Mathematics I (MSM I)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Middle School
Mathematics II (MSM II)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 PreAlgebra (and PreAlgebra GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Consumer Mathematics
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Algebra/Data Analysis High School Assessment (HSA) Mastery
Quarter 1  Quarter 2 Algebra I/DataAnalysis (and Algebra I/Data Analysis GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Geometry (Geometry and GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Algebra II (and Algebra II GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 AP Statistics GT
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus AB GT
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4 Advanced Placement Calculus C/Multivariate Calculus GT (AP Calculus BC GT)
Quarter 1  Quarter 2  Quarter 3  Quarter 4
The Rube Goldberg Challenge
Learn about Rube Goldberg (18831970) who was a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, sculptor and author and is the inspiration for an upcoming generation of mathematicians and engineers. http://www.rubegoldberg.com
Sense and Dollars
Do your students know how long it'll take to earn enough money for a new CD player? Or how credit card charges work? Sense and Dollars is a fun, interactive site that helps your students and their families demystify personal economics. They can even plan a dream prom!
Maths Challenge! A website dedicated to the puzzling world of mathematics. For our math students I would recommend the two star puzzles and possibly some of the three stars.
BrainPop: Fun Math (and other subjects) movies.
Here's a website that has funny movies on almost any math concept you can think of. We will use many in class. They are nice refreshers for a concept.
Funbrain: Sudoku
Use your logical reasoning Sudoku style. Have fun while you manipulate digits. There are two levels to choose from.
Making Math Fun!
Check out this additional resource to give some background information to objectives being learned!
Check out this additional resource to give some background information to objectives being learned!