Unit 4 Math Reflection

1. Tell why you think it is important to be able to divide numbers. For what kind of problems do you need to use division?

I think it is important to know how to divide numbers because it will help me divide evenly,I might need to split some toys evenly some children. I might need to split a bill evenly too when I go to a restaurant.

2. Tell what part of this unit was the most difficult for you and why. Describe what you did to overcome any difficulties you had.

Finishing Math pages on time, since I had Math Olympiad Training with Mrs. Ryan and usually end up late and behind in regular class. It is hard to understand the next classes after that.


The parable about The Sower and the Seed is about a sower who goes to sow his seed. He scattered his seed along the soil, but some fell along the path, and the crows picked them up and carried them away. Some seed fell onto shallow soil, it sprang up quickly, but the sun came out and burned them since it didn't have a lot of root. Some seeds, fell into the thorn bushes, they grew, but were choked. Although some of his seeds fell on good soil and grew well.

The seed that fell on the path is the man who hears about the lord, but does not understand it. The seed that fell into shallow soil is the man who receives it with joy, but when trouble or persecution comes because of the word, he quickly fades away. The seed that falls into the thorns is the man who hears about the word, but the worries of his life choke it making it unfruitful. And the seed is the man who hears about the word and takes it into his life.

The people that were listening to Jesus' story learned that they should believe the word of god and not be the kind of seed that gets taken away, choked or burned and try to be the seed that lands on good soil even because of all the trouble you might have.

Even I could use the story's message and take god's word into my life, so that I can be the kind of seed that falls amongst the good soil.