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    Below are suggested MATH activities and assignments to complete while out of school. (For Sumdog or Get More Math access, please click on the icons above.) 

     

    Hi everyone!  I first of all wanted to let you know how much I miss you all and being able to see and teach you at school each day.  The past couple of weeks have definitely taken some time to get used to for everyone.  What we are currently going through is something that none of us have ever experienced so remember we are all in this TOGETHER!  Jackson and I are both doing well.  He had a birthday on April 1st and is now 10!!  I can't believe he is now in the double digits as it seems just yesterday he was starting Kindergarten.  I know he was pretty bummed that we couldn't celebrate like we normally do, but I promised him that we would do something fun with his friends as soon as it is possible.  We are getting a little stir crazy here at the house, but we are trying to stay positive and make the best of a difficult situation.  I hope you all as well as your families are doing the same and are taking the necessary steps needed to remain healthy and safe.  I also wanted to take this time to tell you how proud I am of each of you for your hard work and dedication on the assignments that you have been working on so far.  Listed below, you will find the assignments for this week.  If you ever need anything at all, please don't hesitate to email me as I am here to help you anytime.  Hope to see you all soon and be safe and stay healthy!  Much love, Ms. Cooper :)

    Monday, April 6th - Please login to Get More Math and work on the assigned work.  We are going to begin reviewing previous material.  You will begin with Unit 1 on the Number System and will start by completing questions that cover Lessons 1.1 and 1.2 on Adding Integers with Same and Different Signs.  Please use your composition notebook if needed and do not use calculators on these lessons.

    Tuesday, April 7th - Please login to Get More Math and work on the assigned work.  You will continue with the Unit 1 Review by completing questions that cover Lesson 1.3. This lesson addresses Subtraction of Integers.  Please use your compostion notebook if needed and do not use calculators on this lesson.

    Wednesday, April 8th - Please login to Get More Math and work on the assigned work.  You will continue with the Unit 1 Review by completing questions that cover Lesson 1.4. This lesson will address Mixed Operations of Integers (Addition & Subtraction).  Please use your composition notebook if needed and do not use calculators on this lesson.

    Thursday, April 9th - Please login to Get More Math and work on the assigned work.  You will continue with the Unit 1 Review by completing questions that cover Lessons 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3.  These three lessons will cover Multiplication & Division of Integers as well as Mixed Operations of Integers.  Please use your composition notebook if needed and do not use calculators on these lessons.

    Friday, April 10th - Today you will login to Sumdog and continue with the Mixed Review that you have currently been working on for the past couple of weeks.  I may even open the House if you all work hard and try to do your very best on the Get More Math assigned work for Monday - Thursday!

    **As always, remember that good effort means so much to me!!  Please just do the best you can and complete as much of the work as possible.  Practice makes Perfect!!  Don't forget to email if you have any questions or problems.  Have a great week!!

     

     

     

     

     Weekly Math #25 was handed out yesterday in class.  Please click on the link if you need an extra copy or did not receive one in class yesterday.  This assignment will be collected and graded when we return.

    Wednesday (3/18):  Lesson 9.1 Circumference of Circles.   Please complete Textbook pages 265-267 to work through examples of Exploring, Finding, and Using Circumference.  For independent practice, please complete TB pages 268-270.  You may use calculators to help complete this lesson.  

    Thursday(3/19):  Lesson 9.2 Area of Circles.  Please complete Textbook pages 271-273 for examples of Exploring, Finding the Area of a Circle, and Finding the Relationship between Circumference and Area.  For independent practice, please complete TB pages 274-276.  You may use calculators to help complete this lesson.

    Friday(3/20):  SUMDOG.  Remember your goal each time is to have at least 50 correct answers as well as an accuracy percentage of 70 or above.  Please also use today to make sure all work from Lessons 9.1 and 9.2 has been completed.  We will check and go over these two lessons when we return.  These lessons will be graded as a completion grade.  Remember, EFFORT for me goes a LONG way.  I will answer any questions or problems you may have at this time.  Also, please feel free to email me as well at any time!  

    *Weekly Math #26 would have been handed out in class on Monday the 23rd.  Please click the link for a copy to print and complete at home.  This assignment will be collected and graded when we return.

    Monday (3/23): Lesson 9.3 Area of Composite Figures.  Please complete Textbook pages 277-279 for examples of Exploring, Finding the Composite Area, and Using Area to solve problems.  For independent practice, please complete TB pages 280-282.  You may use calculators to help complete this lesson.

    Tuesday(3/24): Lesson 9.4 Solving Surface Area Problems.  Please complete Textbook pages 283-285 for examples of Modeling and Finding the Surface Area of a Prism as well as Finding the Surface Area of a Composite Solid.  For independent practice, please complete TB pages 286-288.  You may use calculators to help complete this lesson.    

    Wednesday(3/25): Lesson 9.5 Solving Volume Problems.  Please complete Textbook pages 289-291 for examples of Finding the Volume of a Triangular Prism, a Trapezoidal Prism, and a Composite Solid.  For independent practice, please complete TB pages 292-294.  You may use calculators to help complete this lesson.  

    Thursday(3/26): Get More Math.   Please use the next two days to login in to Get More Math and begin working on the lessons and skills assigned.  These lessons that have been assigned will cover Lessons 9.1-9.5 to help review the skills that you have been working on the past week or so.  Please email me if you need your username and password to Get More Math!!  Also, please use today and tomorrow to make sure all work from Lessons 9.3, 9.4, and 9.5 has been completed.  We will check and go over these three lessons when we return.  These lessons will be graded as a completion grade.  Remember, EFFORT for me goes a LONG way.  I will answer any questions or problems you may have at this time.  Also, please feel free to email me as well if something comes up! 

    Friday(3/27): Get More Math/Finish UpPlease see Thursday (3/26) above for details.

     

     

     

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