Mathematics: March 26, 2018

Complete pp. 677 - 678 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete pp. 695-696 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Surface area of rectangular prisms | Due Thursday, March 29, 2018**Complete pp. 677 - 678 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Surface area of rectangular prisms | Due Friday, March 30, 2018**Complete pp. 695-696 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Week of March 19, 2018

We are currently covering volume and surface area.

Complete p. 651-652 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

Complete p. 664 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

Surface Area of Triangular Prisms

Complete pp. 682-683 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

We are currently covering volume and surface area.

**Volume of Rectangular Prism | Due Wednesday, March 21, 2018**Complete p. 651-652 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

**Mid-Chapter Check | Due Thursday, March 22, 2018**Complete p. 664 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

Surface Area of Triangular Prisms

**|****Due Friday, March 23, 2018**Complete pp. 682-683 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

**Volume Quiz on Friday, March 23, 2018**Week of March 12, 2018

We are currently covering concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

Complete p. 625-626 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

Complete p. 627-628 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

IXL: FF.5. Area of Quadrilaterals

You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

We are currently covering concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

**Area of Composite Figures | Due Tuesday, March 13, 2018**Complete p. 625-626 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

**Area of Composite Figures | Due Wednesday, March 14, 2018**Complete p. 627-628 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

IXL: FF.5. Area of Quadrilaterals

**|****Due Friday, March 16, 2018**You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

Week of March 5, 2018

We are currently covering concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

Complete p. 593-594 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

Complete p. 605-606 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

IXL: FF.4. Area of Parallelograms and Trapezoids

You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

**Area Quiz on Tuesday, March 6, 2018**We are currently covering concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

**Area of Triangles | Due Tuesday, March 6, 2018**Complete p. 593-594 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

**Area of a Trapezoid | Due Wednesday, March 7, 2018**Complete p. 605-606 (answer all problems). Use the scratch/process method.

IXL: FF.4. Area of Parallelograms and Trapezoids

**|****Due Friday, March 8, 2018**You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

Week of February 26, 2018

Today's homework is to complete all stations that have been assigned thus far for the week. All stations can be located on Google Classroom.

Also, we will officially start our Geometry unit on Thursday, March 1, 2018. We will first cover concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

IXL: FF.3. Area of Triangles

You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

Complete p. 593 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Spiral Review | Due Tuesday, February 28, 2018**Today's homework is to complete all stations that have been assigned thus far for the week. All stations can be located on Google Classroom.

Also, we will officially start our Geometry unit on Thursday, March 1, 2018. We will first cover concepts concerning finding the area of the following: parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Subsequently, we will discuss surface area and volume.

IXL: FF.3. Area of Triangles

**|****Due Thursday, March 1, 2018**You will need paper, pencil, and internet access for this assignment. If your answer is incorrect, remember to read the entire detailed explanation displayed below the incorrect answer. The explanation helps you to identify your misconception. Identifying your misconception is essential for understanding. This assignment should take approximately 15-20 minutes.

**Area of a Triangle | Due Friday, March 2, 2018**Complete p. 593 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Week of February 12, 2018

Complete pp. 901-902 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

The Coordinate Plane

Complete pp. 893-894 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Graph on the Coordinate Plane | Due Tuesday, February 13, 2018**Complete pp. 901-902 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

The Coordinate Plane

**|****Due Wednesday, February 14, 2018**Complete pp. 893-894 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Rational Numbers Unit Test: Friday, February 16, 2018 (The study guide can be located on Google Classroom)**Week of February 5, 2018

Complete pp. 861-862 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

IXL: M.4. Graph integers on a horizontal and vertical number line

Aim for your highest possible score.

Complete pp. 877-878 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete pp. 877-878 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Compare and Order Integers | Due Tuesday, February 6, 2018**Complete pp. 861-862 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

IXL: M.4. Graph integers on a horizontal and vertical number line

**|****Due Wednesday, February 7, 2018**Aim for your highest possible score.

**Terminating and Repeating Decimals | Due Thursday, February 8, 2018**Complete pp. 877-878 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**P.2. Put rational numbers in order | Due Friday, February 9, 2018**Complete pp. 877-878 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Integer Quiz on February 9, 2018**Week of January 29, 2018

Complete p. 537 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Aim for your highest possible score.

Aim for your highest possible score.

**Complete Unit 4 Study Guide | Due Wednesday, January 31, 2018**Complete p. 537 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**IXL: AA.4. Solve one-step inequalities | Due Wednesday, January 31, 2018**Aim for your highest possible score.

**IXL: Z.8. Solve one-step equations word problems | Due Thursday, February 1, 2018**Aim for your highest possible score.

**Equations and Inequalities Test: Wednesday, January 31, 2018**Week of January 22, 2018

Complete p. 537 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Aim for your highest possible score.

Aim for your highest possible score.

Complete pp. 546-547 (answer all problems). Showing work in mandatory.

**Inequalities | Due Tuesday, January 23, 2018**Complete p. 537 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**IXL: AA.1. Solutions to Inequalities | Due Wednesday, January 24, 2018**Aim for your highest possible score.

**IXL: BB.8. Graph two-variable equations | Due Thursday, January 25, 2018**Aim for your highest possible score.

**Write and Graph Inequalities | Due Friday, January 26, 2018**Complete pp. 546-547 (answer all problems). Showing work in mandatory.

**Equations and Inequalities Test: Wednesday, January 31, 2018****Final Exam date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 (study guide can be accessed via Google Classroom)**

6th Grade Mathematics Week of November 27, 2017

Review pages 392 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

pages: 353-354, 368-370, 381-382, and 405-406

Complete page 406 (answer all problems)

Complete page 414 (answer all problems)

**Properties | Due November 28**Review pages 392 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Additional Practice Pages | No due date**pages: 353-354, 368-370, 381-382, and 405-406

**Unit 3 Test will be administered Tuesday, December 5, 2017**

Distributive Property | Due November 30Distributive Property | Due November 30

Complete page 406 (answer all problems)

**Equivalent Expressions | Due December 1**Complete page 414 (answer all problems)

6th Grade Mathematics Week of November 13, 2017

Review pages 379 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 391 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 402 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

pages: 353-354, 368-370, 381-382, and 405-406

**Write Expressions | Due November 15**Review pages 379 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Properties | Due November 16**Complete p. 391 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Distributive Property | Due November 17**Complete p. 402 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Additional Practice Pages | No due date**pages: 353-354, 368-370, 381-382, and 405-406

6th Grade Mathematics Week of November 6, 2017

Review pages 360 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 361 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 367 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

pages: 353-354 and 368-370

**Numerical Expressions | Due November 8**Review pages 360 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Numerical Expressions | Due November 9**Complete p. 361 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Algebra: Variables and Expressions | Due November 10**Complete p. 367 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Additional Practice Pages | No due date**pages: 353-354 and 368-370

**Quiz on Friday, November 10, 2017.**Week of October 30, 2017

Review pages 122-124 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 125 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Convert Measurement Units | Due October 31**Review pages 122-124 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Convert Measurement Unit | Due November 1**Complete p. 125 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Math Project: High Fashion | Due October 30, 2017**Week of October 23, 2017

Complete p. 122 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 123 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 124 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Unit 2 test will be administered Tuesday, October 24, 2017****Study Guide | Due October 24****Convert Measurement Unit | Due October 25**Complete p. 122 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Convert Measurement Units | Due October 26**Complete p. 123 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Convert Measurement Units | Due October 27**Complete p. 124 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Math Project: High Fashion | Due October 30, 2017** Math Project.pdf | |

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Unit_2_study_guide.docx | |

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File Type: | docx |

6th Grade Mathematics: Week of October 16, 2017

Complete p. 244 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 245 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory

Complete p. 246 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory

**Ratio and Rate Problems | Due October 17**Complete p. 244 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory.

**Ratio and Rate Problems | Due October 18**Complete p. 245 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory

**Ratio and Rate Problems | Due October 19**Complete p. 246 (answer all problems). Showing work is mandatory

Week of September 25, 2017

Complete p. 202 (problems 1 - 7). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 203 (problems 1 - 8). Showing work is mandatory

**Unit 2 quiz will be administered Wednesday, September 28, 2017****Unit Rates | Due September 26**Complete p. 202 (problems 1 - 7). Showing work is mandatory.

**Unit Rates | Due September 27**Complete p. 203 (problems 1 - 8). Showing work is mandatory

Week of September 18, 2017

Complete p. 211 (problems 1-5). Showing work is mandatory.

Complete p. 212 (problems 6-10). Showing work is mandatory.

Write the ratio (three to five) in two different ways and write a situation to match it. Explain when a ratio is a rate and give an example. Make a model to show proportion (when ratios are equal) between two equivalent ratios. (Title: Ratio and Rate Writing Prompt)

Complete page 231 (answer all problems)

**Ratio Tables | Due September 19**Complete p. 211 (problems 1-5). Showing work is mandatory.

**Ratio Tables | Due September 20**Complete p. 212 (problems 6-10). Showing work is mandatory.

**Ratio and Rates | Due September 21**Write the ratio (three to five) in two different ways and write a situation to match it. Explain when a ratio is a rate and give an example. Make a model to show proportion (when ratios are equal) between two equivalent ratios. (Title: Ratio and Rate Writing Prompt)

**Equivalent Ratios | Due September 22**Complete page 231 (answer all problems)

## Week of September 4, 2017Ratios | Due September 6Complete p. 191 (problems 1-6). Showing work is mandatory. Ratios | Due September 7Complete p. 192 (problems 7-10). Showing work is mandatory. Ratios | Due September 7Complete p. 193 (problems 11-17). Showing work is mandatory. Ratios | Due September 8Complete p. 194 (problems 18-27). Showing work is mandatory. ## Week of August 28, 2017Unit 1 Test will be administered Friday, September 1, 2017Divide whole numbers by unit fractions using models | Due September 2 www.ixl.com (6-L.1) Divide Fractions | Due September 2www.ixl.com (6-L.5) |

## Week of August 21, 2017Divide Multi-digit Whole Numbers | Due August 22Complete pp. 49-50 (problems 12 - 19). Showing work is mandatory. Multiply Decimals | Due August 23Complete pp. 27 - 28 (problems 7 - 15). Showing work is mandatory. Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers | Due August 24Complete textbook pp. 65 - 66 (problems 7 - 15). Showing work is mandatory. Add and Subtract Decimals | Due August 25Complete textbook pp. 11 - 12 (problems 7 - 15). Showing work is mandatory. |