Tuesday, May 14th
Today we checked our direct variation paper from yesterday. This paper was NOT for a grade. Then, I gave them the key to their review for tomorrow's test.
Tomorrow is the Unit 3 Test!!!
Tomorrow is the Unit 3 Test!!!
Monday, May 13th
Today we continued working with direct variation. Students completed a practice sheet and then a Desmos activity. The activity was assigned through Google Classroom.
Friday, May 10th
Today we continued working on our dream room. Students had to find the area and the cost of flooring. The rubric has been uploaded to Google Classroom.
Afterwards, we moved on to learning all about Direct Variation.
Afterwards, we moved on to learning all about Direct Variation.
Thursday, May 9th
Today we continued working with scale factor and scale drawings. We finished the last two examples on our notes and then students worked with a partner to complete a practice sheet.
Afterwards, we began our Dream Room drawing using the scale factor > 1 in = 4 ft. We'll finish our dream room's tomorrow.
Afterwards, we began our Dream Room drawing using the scale factor > 1 in = 4 ft. We'll finish our dream room's tomorrow.
Wednesday, May 8th
Today we moved on to Scale Factor and Scale Drawings. Scale Factor utilizes proportions to interpret whether an item has been scaled up or down. After watching the intro video we reviewed the overall concept through a mini slideshow. Then, we began taking notes. We'll finish notes tomorrow.


Tuesday, May 7th
Today we reviewed and learned all about indirect measurement. We began the concept prior to the Endofgrade assessment. Students were able to pick up on the concept VERY quickly today! See notes below. We also completed the practice sheet. We graded it in 1st period and will be grading it in class during 4th period tomorrow.
Monday, May 6th
Today students reviewed ratios, rates, proportions, and similar figures through a Harry Potter themed Digital Breakout!
Click here to give it a try> HERE
Click here to give it a try> HERE
Wednesday, April 24th  Friday, May 3rd
Students will be working on the Amazing Math Race for the next several days in preparation for the Georgia Milestone's Assessment.
Amazing Math Race Website: > HERE
Amazing Math Race Website: > HERE
Tuesday, April 23rd
Today students learned about Similar Figures. We watched a brief BrainPop video on Similar Figures. Then, we took notes. Tomorrow we'll finish notes.
Monday, April 22nd
Today students reviewed all of the Ratios, Rates, Proportions, and Percent standards in 6th grade math. Our 3rd Unit of 7th grade math goes over the same concepts but at a higher level.
We played 4 rounds of Quizlet Live.
We played 4 rounds of Quizlet Live.
Friday, April 12th
Today students got to participate in Fun Math Friday!! They DESERVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thursday, April 11th
Today students took their Unit 2 Expressions & Equations Test!
Wednesday, April 10th
Today students reviewed the Unit using Gimkit competition in class!
Link to work on it at home is on Google Classroom!
Link to work on it at home is on Google Classroom!
Tuesday, April 9th
Today we graded the twostep solving and graphing inequalities paper from yesterday. Then, students worked with a partner to complete their study guide for Thursday's test. Afterwards, we reviewed the Study Guide!
Monday, April 8th
Today students had about 5 minutes to work on their weekly homework sheet. It is super short this week due to their Unit test being on Thursday and additional homework tonight.
Then, we completed notes over Twostep Inequalities + graphing. Afterwards, students played 2 rounds of Quizlet live over solving and graphing inequalities.
Additional Homework: complete 10 problems over solving and graphing inequalities.
Then, we completed notes over Twostep Inequalities + graphing. Afterwards, students played 2 rounds of Quizlet live over solving and graphing inequalities.
Additional Homework: complete 10 problems over solving and graphing inequalities.
Friday, April 5th
Today students completed their Equation Stations around the room. Then, they entered their answers in a Google Form that automatically graded it for them. Then, they turned in their scratch paper.
Afterwards, they received a copy of the notes over Solving and Graphing Two Step Inequalities for Monday and their Unit 2 Study guide for next Thursday's test.
Afterwards, they received a copy of the notes over Solving and Graphing Two Step Inequalities for Monday and their Unit 2 Study guide for next Thursday's test.
Thursday, April 4th
Today we graded "Multistep equations (combining like terms)" #210 EVEN, "Multistep equations (distributive property)" #15, and "Multistep equations (variables on both sides)" #110 in class. In 1st period, I managed to hand back the papers before the end of class so students could complete corrections over the next few days. In 4th period, Leadership Fannin was visiting and elected to come into our classroom. Needless to say, we were on a time crunch and papers were not given back. I'll hand them back tomorrow.
Then, students got to work with a partner or in a small group of 3 to solve multistep equations around the room. They'll have about 10 minutes to finish tomorrow and then submit their answers in a Google Form on Google Classroom. After that we move on to reviewing solving inequalities and graphing them.
Unit test is next Thursday!!
Then, students got to work with a partner or in a small group of 3 to solve multistep equations around the room. They'll have about 10 minutes to finish tomorrow and then submit their answers in a Google Form on Google Classroom. After that we move on to reviewing solving inequalities and graphing them.
Unit test is next Thursday!!
Wednesday, April 3rd
Today students had time in class to work on their assignment from yesterday that is due in class tomorrow.
Then, we moved on to learning how to solve equations with variables on both sides. We worked 5 examples in class. Then, students received 10 more problems on their assignment from yesterday. The total of 20 problems will be due in class tomorrow.
Then, we moved on to learning how to solve equations with variables on both sides. We worked 5 examples in class. Then, students received 10 more problems on their assignment from yesterday. The total of 20 problems will be due in class tomorrow.
Tuesday, April 2nd
Today students learned how to solve multistep equations with distributing. Then, students had about 6 minutes of class time to work independently on an assignment that is due on Thursday.
Assignment: Complete #210 EVEN on "MultiStep Equations" sheet & #15 on Distributive Property sheet
Assignment: Complete #210 EVEN on "MultiStep Equations" sheet & #15 on Distributive Property sheet
Monday, April 1st
Today students had 10 minutes of class to complete their "Choose your own Adventure" with a partner. Then, we moved on to Multistep equations with Combining like terms.
Tonight: Complete #19 ODD on paper
Tonight: Complete #19 ODD on paper
Friday, March 29th
Today students practiced solving complex two step problems through working through an Adventure packet with a partner.
We'll finish on Monday for about 10 minutes.
We'll finish on Monday for about 10 minutes.
Thursday, March 28th
Today we continued working with twostep equations. Students received a practice paper and worked on it for 57 minutes of class time. The practice sheet is due in class tomorrow.
Then, we worked through TwoStep Equation Word Problems together.
Then, we worked through TwoStep Equation Word Problems together.
Wednesday, March 27th

Today we checked the Onestep Equations sheet from last night. This was NOT for a grade! However, many students were very thrilled with themselves for doing so well. Afterwards, we watched two video introductions to twostep equations. Then, we took notes over Twostep equations.
No additional practice tonight! 
Tuesday, March 26th
Today students used the practice paper from their homework last night to work through a Digital Breakout with a partner. The Digital Breakout is available through Google Classroom and was posted as an announcement! Then, they turned in the practice paper from yesterday titled, "Facts about the Grand Prix".
Then, students reviewed onestep equations from earlier in the year, but with negatives included this time.
Additional homework: Complete 10 problems on EACH side of the practice paper. That's a total of 20 problems. This is NOT for a grade. However, it will help you better understand tomorrow's concept of twostep equations.
Then, students reviewed onestep equations from earlier in the year, but with negatives included this time.
Additional homework: Complete 10 problems on EACH side of the practice paper. That's a total of 20 problems. This is NOT for a grade. However, it will help you better understand tomorrow's concept of twostep equations.
Monday, March 25th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. This weeks "weekly" is a bit shorter than usual. There will be several additional homework assignments coming home this week. I wanted to offset it somehow.
Then, we reviewed combining like terms, distributing, and factoring. However, we added NEGATIVE numbers into the mix. We did a Nearpod Live that went along with our notes and then students cut/pasted notes into their notebooks. Please complete #113 of the Grand Prix Practice Paper tonight! 

Friday, March 22nd
Today students took their math test over Unit 1 7th grade standards!
Thursday, March 21st
Today we reviewed for tomorrow's test over Integers. This will conclude our 1st unit of 7th grade math.
AT HOME GIMKIT ADDITIONAL PRACTICE: (just click on your class period below)
1st period:
4th period:
AT HOME GIMKIT ADDITIONAL PRACTICE: (just click on your class period below)
1st period:
4th period:
Wednesday, March 20th
Today we graded the practice paper from yesterday over multiplying and dividing decimals and fractions. Then, students turned in the Coloring paper from Monday. Afterwards, they all received the study guide for Friday's test over Unit 1 of 7th grade. This study guide is a bit different from what they're used to doing. I will be using all of the 7th grade teachers resources for the 7th grade units in order to keep in line with their procedures. The unit test is Friday!!
Tuesday, March 19th
Today students learned how to multiply and divide decimals and fractions with negatives. After our notes students worked on a practice paper with a partner. The practice sheet is due in class tomorrow. We will grade in class. The coloring paper from Monday is also due in class tomorrow.
Monday, March 18th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Today marked the first day of the 4th 9 weeks. I will NOT be reviewing each problem of the weekly homework with students for the rest of the semester. Instead, I'll provide them with 12 minutes of class time to review the column for the night and ask any questions they may have.
Then, we graded the practice sheet over adding/subtracting integers with decimals and fractions from last Tuesday. Afterwards, students watched a quick video about multiplying and dividing integers. Then, we took notes over Multiplying and Dividing Integers (Topic #54). Once we were finished with notes, students did a quick formative assessment (not for a grade) with a partner that we reviewed aloud. Students received a COLORING practice sheet that they worked on for the last 10 minutes of class. The coloring practice sheet is due in class on Wednesday, March 20th. 

Tuesday, March 12th
Today students learned how to add and subtract integers with decimals and fractions. This was a bit more difficult because it's been a while since they really practiced adding and subtracting fractions. After we completed notes they worked on a practice sheet together in class. We will GRADE the practice in class on Monday, March 18th.
Monday, March 11th
Today we completed notes over adding and subtracting integers using the number line. Then, students completed a matching activity using their notes over the number line on Google Classroom.
Homework: Complete the assignment in Google Classroom (Adding/Subtracting Integers w/ rules) 

Friday, March 8th
Today students cut/pasted their notes from yesterday into their notebooks. Then, they applied what they learned yesterday to complete a Google Classroom assignment. Please have the assignment completed by Monday.
Thursday, March 7th
Today students learned how to add and subtract integers using twocolored counters. We spent most of the class using handson counters and whiteboards to add and subtract with models. Then, we took notes. Below, you'll find the link to the slideshow and a picture of the notes.
We began Unit 1 of 7th grade math yesterday. We will be moving rather quickly. If a student is absent they will need to utilize this website!!!! Slideshow for today's lesson 

Wednesday, March 6th
Today we quickly recapped the Nearpod from yesterday. Those that did not finish yesterday's Nearpod need to get it done. I want to ensure they have a firm grasp of rational numbers.
Then, we reviewed Absolute Value. After a quick review students worked with a partner for 5 minutes to complete the paper at the bottom. Then, we went over the paper in class. Students realized very quickly that they remembered all of this from September of this year and it was mega easy!! Then, they got to see a glimpse of tomorrow's topic > adding and subtracting integers with twocolored counters.
Then, we reviewed Absolute Value. After a quick review students worked with a partner for 5 minutes to complete the paper at the bottom. Then, we went over the paper in class. Students realized very quickly that they remembered all of this from September of this year and it was mega easy!! Then, they got to see a glimpse of tomorrow's topic > adding and subtracting integers with twocolored counters.
Tuesday, March 5th
Today students took their Statistics Test.
Then, they worked through a Nearpod reviewing Rational numbers from earlier in the year.
Then, they worked through a Nearpod reviewing Rational numbers from earlier in the year.
Monday, MARCH 4Th
Today students continued reviewing statistics for tomorrow's test.
 Finish Digital Breakout
 Went over answers to Study Guide
 USATestPrep Statistics Review Assignment
Friday, March 1st
Today students continued working with Statistics and reviewing the unit. They have their exam on Tuesday.
 Finish Desmos activity
 Digital Breakout> Google Classroom
 Study Guide
Thursday, February 28th
Today students continued learning how to describe data using center, spread, and distribution. They worked through a Desmos activity in class.
4th Period: Please finish your desmos activity.
4th Period: Please finish your desmos activity.
Wednesday, February 27th
Today we continued down our statistical journey. Today's topic was data distributions focusing on spread, center, and symmetry. Students watched the video to the right. Then, I gave them a reference sheet over center, shape, and spread of data. We really focused in on how data is skewed. Then, students worked through a desmos activity in class. This is a class activity that cannot be completed at home.


Tuesday, February 26th
Today students continued learning about Box Plots. In 1st period, we recapped our notes from yesterday. Then, students completed a selfpaced Nearpod assignment. After the assignment they worked independently on a practice sheet until the timer went off. After time concluded we reviewed the entire practice sheet together. Tomorrow we'll staple it into our notebooks.
In 4th period, we recapped two videos from yesterday. Then, students took notes over Box Plots. Afterwards, they worked through a selfpaced Nearpod assignment. Those that did not finish the nearpod will need to finish for homework. Also, several still have assignments to complete in Google Classroom!!!
Nearpod Code: MLCDU
In 4th period, we recapped two videos from yesterday. Then, students took notes over Box Plots. Afterwards, they worked through a selfpaced Nearpod assignment. Those that did not finish the nearpod will need to finish for homework. Also, several still have assignments to complete in Google Classroom!!!
Nearpod Code: MLCDU
Monday, February 25th
Today we reviewed quartiles from last week. Then, we moved on to learning all about Box Plots in 1st period. In 4th period, we spent the majority of our time reviewing their independent assignments from last week.
Friday, February 22nd
Today students learned how to find quartiles of a set of data. We reviewed notes and practiced finding quartiles over several different data sets.
Thursday, February 21st
Today we reviewed Histogram's from yesterday's lesson through a practice paper with higher level questions. Students worked with partners to answer as many as they could in the time allotted. Then, we reviewed as a class.
Afterwards, students worked through a selfpaced Nearpod > Code: GWEXQ Then, they grabbed a copy of their Quartiles + IQR doodle notes. We'll finish and go over notes tomorrow. 

Wednesday, February 20th
Today students worked with a partner to analyze dot plots. Then, we reviewed their analysis. Afterwards, we moved on to Histograms. Histograms are extremely similar to bar graphs except they do not have spaces inbetween plus they are typically grouped in intervals. We completed doodle notes. Tomorrow we'll analyze histograms.
Friday, February 15th
Today we moved on to learning how to create and interpret line plots and dot plots. Students took notes and then finished working through their critical thinking practice from yesterday.
Thursday, February 14th
Today students continued working with measures of center. They played a fun cup stacking game to help with reviewing each of the measures. Then, they worked together on a practice sheet that was a higher order critical thinking paper.
Wednesday, February 13th
Today students continued working with measures of center. We completed a practice paper from yesterday and went over it in class. Then, students glued it into their notebooks. Afterwards, they learned how to play a cup stacking game that we'll use to review Mean, Median, Mode, and Range tomorrow.
Today, students were also presented with an EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY!! This assignment is due on Friday, March 8th!!!! I will NOT accept it afterwards.
Tuesday, February 12th
Today students finished notes over Measures of Central Tendency. We created our own Statistical question in class and found the mean, median, mode, and range of all 28 numbers. Afterwards, students began working on an independent practice sheet that will be completed and checked in class tomorrow.
Monday, February 11th
Today students learned all about Statistical Questions. They completed a selfpaced Nearpod and then completed two assignments in Google Classroom. Then, we moved on to learned a little about Measures of Central Tendency.
Friday, February 8th
Today students took their Geometry Test. Then, they logged into Google Classroom and completed 2 assignments.
Join our class:
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Join our class:
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Thursday, February 7th
Today we reviewed the study guide students were given yesterday. Then, students reviewed Geometry through 2 fun rounds of Quizlet Live.
Wednesday, February 6th
Today students continued working with Volume. They finished the practice sheet they received yesterday in class with a partner and then worked their way through an AR (augmented reality) lesson over Volume.
Students also received a hard copy of their Study Guides for Friday's test.
Students also received a hard copy of their Study Guides for Friday's test.
Tuesday, February 5th
Today students worked through an independent Nearpod to guide them through an introduction of Volume. Students should be very familiar with volume from 5th grade. This year we just expand upon their current knowledge and add fractional edge lengths instead of whole numbers.
After the Nearpod experience, students took notes over Volume. Tomorrow we'll work with partners and complete another Augmented Reality lesson.
After the Nearpod experience, students took notes over Volume. Tomorrow we'll work with partners and complete another Augmented Reality lesson.
Monday, February 4th
Today students did the last part of their math content piece of their Ocean Portfolio. The reflection was our focus. After students finished the reflection with their groups they were able to take photos of their materials and upload them to their google drive.
The Math piece of the portfolio is due this Friday!
The Math piece of the portfolio is due this Friday!
Friday, February 1st
Today students worked through a fun interactive Augmented Reality lesson.
Thursday, January 31st
Digital Breakout click > HERE!
Today students worked through a digital breakout over finding surface area of 3D shapes.
Today students worked through a digital breakout over finding surface area of 3D shapes.
Wednesday, January 30th
Today we reviewed Tuesday and Wednesday nights homework. Then, we finished Surface Area notes. Students have 1 additional problem for homework tonight.
Tuesday, January 29th
SNOW DAY!!!!!!!!!!
Monday, January 28th
Today students received this weeks homework sheet. Then, they got back with their STEM groups and completed the last page "Ocean Floor ratios & Proportions". Students also received the Code in 1st period from me to start on their electronic Portfolio through Book Creator. Each student will get their "code" from their first period teacher. Later this week students will begin working on their electronic Portfolio that is due on Feb. 7th!
After working on our STEM stuff for 15 minutes we began looking at Surface area of prisms and pyramids. Students watched a brief video clip and then we began notes. We only had time to work through two examples today. If the snow holds off we'll work through the next two tomorrow. 

Friday, January 25th
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet.
Then, students got back with their STEM groups and continued working through the Math piece of their Ocean Portfolio.
We'll finish the math piece on Monday.
Then, students got back with their STEM groups and continued working through the Math piece of their Ocean Portfolio.
We'll finish the math piece on Monday.
Thursday, January 24th
Today we began working on our Math portion of the Ocean Portfolio STEM project.
Students worked in assigned groups through a NEARPOD (Code = FVERH) lesson that guided them through an Ocean Floor Investigation. Each student was responsible for keeping up with all information.
Students worked in assigned groups through a NEARPOD (Code = FVERH) lesson that guided them through an Ocean Floor Investigation. Each student was responsible for keeping up with all information.
Wednesday, January 23rd
1st Period: We lost 50 minutes of instruction to Chromebook disbursement!
Students are to take Chromebooks home and charge them each night. Chargers will stay at home!!!!!
4th Period: We continued working with 3D shapes and their nets. Today students made their own 3D shapes to aid in the investigation of Surface Area that we'll be working on next week.
> Additional website to help with 3D shapes and their Nets Click HERE<
Students are to take Chromebooks home and charge them each night. Chargers will stay at home!!!!!
4th Period: We continued working with 3D shapes and their nets. Today students made their own 3D shapes to aid in the investigation of Surface Area that we'll be working on next week.
> Additional website to help with 3D shapes and their Nets Click HERE<
Tuesday, January 22nd
Today students reviewed 3D shapes and their nets. We took notes over 3D shapes: faces, edges, and vertices. Then, students investigates the shapes by utilizing manipulatives in class to complete a practice paper. Then, students began creating their own Cube and Triangular prism.
We'll continue with our 3D shapes tomorrow!
We'll continue with our 3D shapes tomorrow!
Friday, January 18th
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet in class and then students took their quiz over Area.
Thursday, January 17th
Today students continued working with area of polygon's. Today's main focus was finding the area of Composite Figures. They worked through a Riddle sheet with a partner of their choice. Then, we check and reviewed the sheet in class. Afterwards, we went over the Study Guide for tomorrow's Area Quiz. The study guide has the exact same layout of the quiz. Students should study tonight!! Also, weekly homework sheet is due tomorrow.
Wednesday, January 16th
Today students turned in their Area of Trapezoids paper.
Then, we took notes over how to find the area of Composite Figures. Composite figures are shapes that are composed of one or more polygons.
Students also received their Study Guide for the Area Quiz this Friday.
Then, we took notes over how to find the area of Composite Figures. Composite figures are shapes that are composed of one or more polygons.
Students also received their Study Guide for the Area Quiz this Friday.
Tuesday, January 15th
Today students finished their notes over how to find the area of a trapezoid. Then, they worked independently through an interactive Nearpod lesson that allowed me to formatively assess their understanding of today's lesson. Afterwards, they began working on an Area of Trapezoids practice sheet. Those who did not finish in class must finish for homework tonight.
Monday, January 14th
Today we reviewed the practice papers over Area of Quadrilaterals and Area of Triangles from Friday. Then, I announced the Math portion of the Ocean Portfolio to classes.
Afterwards, we watched an introductory video on Trapezoids and learned how to determine the area by creating a parallelogram or a rectangle.
No additional homework tonight.
Afterwards, we watched an introductory video on Trapezoids and learned how to determine the area by creating a parallelogram or a rectangle.
No additional homework tonight.
Thursday, January 10th
Today students took notes over Area of Quadrilaterals and Area of Triangles. I will be absent tomorrow. Students will practice what they learned today in their notes tomorrow during class. We'll review tomorrow's assignment on Monday.


Wednesday, January 9th
Today students took their quiz over Percents. I surprised them by allowing them to use their Notebook on their Quiz!
Tuesday, January 8th
Today we reviewed through 3 segments of Quizizz LIVE! Tomorrow students have a quiz over Percents!
If you'd like to complete the Quizizz review at home tonight for additional practice here are the codes for the "Homework" version: Go to join.quizizz Percent Conversions = Code : 583347 Percent of a number = Code: 531142 Solving Percents = Code: 381693 You can also login to USATestPrep and work through Topic #25 under Ratios & Proportional Relationships. These can be found by clicking "6th grade" tab, and then "math". 
Monday, January 7th
Today we reviewed Solving Percents. Our main focus was on percents in real world applications. Students worked through a series of word problems with a partner for 13 minutes to try and solve each problem the best they could. Then, we reviewed them as a class.
Percent quiz via USATestPrep on Wednesday! Feel free to login to USATestPrep and work through the RP standards in order to prepare yourself!
Percent quiz via USATestPrep on Wednesday! Feel free to login to USATestPrep and work through the RP standards in order to prepare yourself!
Friday, January 4th
Welcome back everyone!
Today we simply reviewed Ratios, Rates, and Percents through a series of Quizlet Live activities. See links below to study sets!
Rates
Ratios
Percents
Today we simply reviewed Ratios, Rates, and Percents through a series of Quizlet Live activities. See links below to study sets!
Rates
Ratios
Percents
Friday, December 14th
Today was field trip day!!!
Thursday, December 13th
Today students used the Cipher Wheel to complete the Solving Percents practice paper.
Wednesday, December 12th
Today we checked the practice C paper in class and reviewed changing decimals, fractions, and percents. Then, students learned how to use the proportion formula to solve for the percent or the whole number when they're missing. Tomorrow we'll practice what we've learned through a fun Cipher wheel activity.
Tuesday, December 11th
Today students turned in their Modeling Percent paper from yesterday. Then, they had about 8 minutes of class time to work on the Percent Conversions paper called, "Practice C". This paper will need to be finished for homework tonight.
Afterwards, we began learning how to find Percent of a Number.
Afterwards, we began learning how to find Percent of a Number.
Monday, December 10th
Today students worked on their percent modeling paper for most of class. Those who did not finish must finish for homework tonight.
Friday, December 7th

Today students utilized their knowledge of converting fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions into changing percents. We took notes then students received a "percent modeling paper" that we'll complete on Monday.
Have a great weekend! 
Thursday, December 6th
Today students applied their knowledge of finding unit rates from yesterday to solving real world comparisons of rates they'd find in a store. They had 15 minutes to compare as many items as possible and find the "better buy". Then, we moved on to discussing our next topic, "percents". We made a circle map of what we already knew about percents. Then, we watched a portion of the Math antics video over Percents.


Wednesday, December 5th
Today students applied their understanding of proportions to finding the unit rate in real world situations. We took notes over rates/unit rates and then students utilized that knowledge to compare and find the better buy of two or more items.


Tuesday, December 4th
Today students continued working on their Georgia Map activity with proportions. Tomorrow we'll learn about Rates and Unit Rates.
Monday, December 3rd
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we reviewed Proportions from Friday by checking the Proportion paper that was assigned over the weekend. Afterwards, we learned how to identify ratios and set up proportions from word problems. We used that as our introduction to a Georgia Map activity. We'll finish the map activity in class tomorrow.
Friday, November 30th
Today students learned how to solve proportions. We did examples on the whiteboard and then students completed notes. After notes, students received their practice sheet. We ran out of class time!! Please complete the sheet this weekend! Sorry for the weekend homework.
Thursday, November 29th
Today students continued learning all proportional relationships using equivalent ratio tables and graphs. They completed a practice sheet with a partner that used reallife examples. Then, we reviewed it together.
Weekly homework sheet is due tomorrow.
Weekly homework sheet is due tomorrow.
Wednesday, November 28th
Today students continued working with equivalent ratios. Today we applied our understanding of creating equivalent ratios tables to graphing the values in the tables. We also worked several real life word problems.
Tuesday, November 27th
Today students continued working with ratios and equivalent ratios. We completed notes from yesterday and then worked on creating equivalent ratios.
Monday, November 26th
Today students learned about Ratios and Equivalent Ratios. Tomorrow we'll continue learning about Ratios and Equivalent Ratios through tables. Our biggest obstacle will be differentiating ratio tables from function tables. That was a huge issue today!
We completed a Nearpod in class today > Code: RTOAN and then students reviewed a page of notes that we'll work through tomorrow.
Weekly homework sheet also went home today.
We completed a Nearpod in class today > Code: RTOAN and then students reviewed a page of notes that we'll work through tomorrow.
Weekly homework sheet also went home today.


Friday, November 16th
Today students had a choice. They could do a Quiz retake OR play a digital breakout.
Mr. Magoo's revenge!!
Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
Thursday, November 15th
Today students took their quiz over functions after a quick review.
Wednesday, November 14th
Today students reviewed for their Functions quiz tomorrow. If you'd like further review, login to USATestPrep and finish the assignment, "Functions Review", then feel free to work through the topic over standard EE.9.
Tuesday, November 13th
Today students finished their Packet over Relationships between Independent and Dependent Variables with their partners. Then, they tried their best to work through the slideshow posted below using a sheet of graph paper. Tomorrow, we'll review and go over the slideshow indepth. Then, we'll review for our quiz on Thursday.
Functions in the Real World Slideshow
Functions in the Real World Slideshow
Monday, November 12th
Today we continued working with graphs of functions. We wrapped up our notes from last Thursday. Practiced filling in tables from graphs and writing rules. Then, we reviewed functions in the real world making note of the independent and dependent variables along the way.
Linear Functions Slideshow
Functions Quiz on Thursday. It will be an online quiz through USATestPrep. Students will immediately receive their grades.
Linear Functions Slideshow
Functions Quiz on Thursday. It will be an online quiz through USATestPrep. Students will immediately receive their grades.
Friday, November 9th
Today students turned their projects in and evaluated peer projects.
Basically, we played mathematical board games all period.
Basically, we played mathematical board games all period.
Thursday, November 8th
Today we learned how to graph functions from tables. Then, we learned how to determine a rule and develop a table based on a graph of a function.
We also graded homework in class today. Projects are due tomorrow!
We also graded homework in class today. Projects are due tomorrow!
Wednesday, November 7th
Today we continued learning about functions and how to derive rules and equations from function tables. Tomorrow we'll grade our weekly homework sheet and expand on our understanding of functions.
Tuesday, November 6th
Today students learned about functions in math and how they show the relationship between two quantities. We watched pieces of the videos out to the side. Then, we discussed independent and dependent variables and how students have already learned about them in Science class. Afterwards, we took a few notes over functions. We'll continue working with functions tomorrow.


Monday, November 5th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. It's only 3 days of homework this week. The sheet will be due on Thursday. This is in part due to Project deadlines being Friday.
Students then used the remainder of class time (45 minutes) to work on their project today.
Students then used the remainder of class time (45 minutes) to work on their project today.
Friday, November 2nd
Today students turned in their weekly homework sheet, inequalities practice paper from Wednesday, and their study guides. Then, they took their unit test over equations and inequalities. Afterwards, they had several assignments to complete on USATestPrep.
Thursday, November 1st
Today students reviewed for tomorrow's quiz! The key to the study guide is below. If you'd like to work through the quizizz from today you can access them at: join.quizizz.com
Equations Code: 268944
Inequalities Code: 222262
Equations Code: 268944
Inequalities Code: 222262
Wednesday, October 31st Happy Halloween everyone!
Today students continued working with inequalities. We focused on inequalities in the real world today. Often times students struggle with the word problem applications. It helps to have reallife scenarios to compare them to.
Our Equations and Inequalities Quiz is Friday!
Our Equations and Inequalities Quiz is Friday!
Tuesday, October 30th
Today students received their weekly homework for the week. They had about 8 minutes to work on yesterday's and today's in class. Then, we reviewed graphing inequalities briefly with an inclass practice. Students will keep the practice paper in their notebooks. Then, they learned how to "Solve Inequalities".
Students also received their Study Guide for Friday's Equations and Inequalities Quiz.
Students also received their Study Guide for Friday's Equations and Inequalities Quiz.
Monday, October 29th
Today students utilized class time to work on their Board Game Projects that are due Friday, November 9th.
Friday, October 26th
Today students in 1st period turned in their Equations practice sheets. Then, they did an inclass studentpaced Nearpod. Code: LAOKT
Then, they took notes over "Graphing Inequalities". Those who did not finish must get the notes from the site before Tuesday! Monday we'll work on Projects in class!!! 

Thursday, October 25th
Today students used the entire class period to complete their Equations Practice Coloring Sheet. My poor 4th period has been cut short on time the past two days. I'm so sorry guys. We had a speaker yesterday and today Hearing and Vision.
1st period > Your practice paper is due tomorrow!
4th Period > We'll have time to work on it tomorrow and it'll be due on Monday!
1st period > Your practice paper is due tomorrow!
4th Period > We'll have time to work on it tomorrow and it'll be due on Monday!
Wednesday, October 24th
Today students continued working to solve equations. We checked and went over our multiplication and division practice from yesterday and then students worked with a partner through a Nearpod lesson over Equations in the real world.
Nearpod Code: LAYRI
Nearpod Code: LAYRI
Tuesday, October 23rd
Today we finished our notes over Multiplication and Division equations. Then, students practiced equations with a partner. We'll continue practicing equations tomorrow.
Monday, October 22nd
Today students received their weekly spiral homework along with their Unit Project assignment. Students are required to complete a Board Game Project this unit. I am giving them the project requirements today. If they wish to work with a partner on the project they may. However, I will only have 2 class day's set aside for them to work on this. The majority of the project will have to be completed outside the classroom. The project due date is Friday, November 9th. This gives students 3 full weeks to work on their project.
After giving out project assignments and going over requirements we then recapped our lesson from Friday over solving onestep addition and subtraction equations. Students proved their understanding by completing a brief practice sheet in class. A few did not finish and are required to finish for additional homework tonight. Then, we moved on to multiplication and division equations. Students watched about 4 minutes of the video you see on the side. Then, we began notes. We only got the header and some of the important reminders written down before the end of class. We'll continue multiplication and division equations tomorrow. 

Friday, October 19th
Today students began learning all about onestep equations. We learned how to solve simple onestep addition and subtraction equations.
Thursday, October 18th
Today students took their Expressions Quiz. Then, they worked through a series of expressions assignments on USA test prep. These will be active through Monday afternoon. They are NOT mandatory.
Wednesday, October 17th
Today we reviewed our study guide for tomorrow's Expressions quiz. Then, students got into groups of 56 and competed in a friendly game of Battle Royale that worked through all of the standards covered on the quiz. Congrats to the Pink Princesses in 1st Period and the Purple Pirates in 4th period!
Tomorrow is the Expressions Quiz!!! See key to study guide below
Also, no weekly homework sheet this week!
Tomorrow is the Expressions Quiz!!! See key to study guide below
Also, no weekly homework sheet this week!
Key to the Expressions Study guide
Friday, October 12th
Today we learned how to apply our current understanding of the distributive property and factoring to expressions involving variables. Students have been using the distributive property in combination with the GCF to factor and rewrite addition problems for the last month on their weekly spiral homework. Today they got to see how these problems have impacted what we're currently learning. Students were amazed at how easy today's lesson came to them based on their previous knowledge.
We finished our notes and then students worked independently through a distributive property maze. They were able to ask 3 students that surrounded them for assistance if needed. Then, after 13 minutes we went over all the answers to the maze. We have a 98% success rate in both Advanced classes!
Students also received their Study Guide for the Expressions Test that will be given next Thursday! Next week students will not receive a weekly homework sheet due to the shortness of the week. Instead they'll focus on their Test and any other additional assignments they may accumulate.
We finished our notes and then students worked independently through a distributive property maze. They were able to ask 3 students that surrounded them for assistance if needed. Then, after 13 minutes we went over all the answers to the maze. We have a 98% success rate in both Advanced classes!
Students also received their Study Guide for the Expressions Test that will be given next Thursday! Next week students will not receive a weekly homework sheet due to the shortness of the week. Instead they'll focus on their Test and any other additional assignments they may accumulate.
Thursday, October 11th
Today we continued working with combining like terms and creating equivalent expressions. We finally mastered Quizlet Live!! It took us 2 days, but we got there! :)
Students worked in small groups to compete in solving equivalent expressions through Quizlet live. Then, we reviewed equivalent expressions through use of distributing and factoring. 

Wednesday, October 10th
Today we continued combining like terms. Students finished notes and we began an interactive Quizlet Live. We'll continue with Quizlet live tomorrow.
Tuesday, October 9th
Today we reviewed Properties from yesterday and then moved on to learning about "Like Terms". We've already covered the meaning of "Term" in math, but haven't covered the topic of Like terms. We watched a humorous video about a gentleman placing an insane order in a fast food restaurant to get us hooked into the topic. Then, we discussed how the order could be simplified. Afterwards, students were given their own term and asked to group themselves together according to those within the room that had the same "type" of term they did.
After we discussed our grouping of terms we began notes.
After we discussed our grouping of terms we began notes.
Monday, October 8th
Today we finished Evaluating Expressions. Then, reviewed Mathematical Properties through whiteboard problems. Then, we took notes.


Friday, October 5th
Today we practiced evaluating with partners using more complicated expressions. We'll finish our partner evaluations on Monday.
Thursday, October 4th
Today we finished our Evaluating Expressions notes and then began practicing.
Wednesday, October 3rd
Today we had our 2nd notebook check. Then, we continued practicing translating algebraic expressions for about 10 minutes.
Afterwards, we moved on to learning about Evaluating Expressions. In order to evaluate expressions you're given the value of each variable within the expression and then you're fully set up to simplify the expression.
Afterwards, we moved on to learning about Evaluating Expressions. In order to evaluate expressions you're given the value of each variable within the expression and then you're fully set up to simplify the expression.
Tuesday, October 2nd
Today we continued learning how to translate phrases in to algebraic expressions. We finished our notes which included a few complex translations. Then, students completed a cut/paste/match activity with a partner or independently (student choice) for a grade.
Monday, October 1st
Today students received their weekly homework sheets and then they had time to finish their PEMDAS Leaf in class. They finished, we checked, glued them in, and colored them. Then, we began learning all about variables in math and algebraic expressions!!
Friday, September 28th
Today we practiced Order of Operations. Students participated in a fun and interactive Scavenger hunt. 4th period got pretty competitive!!
Thursday, September 27th
Today we continued working through Order of Operations. We finished our notes and students had the rest of class to work with a partner to complete 24 problems on a Fall Leaf. The leaf will go in our notebooks on the next page. This is NOT additional homework. We'll finish it in class tomorrow.
Wednesday, September 26th
Today we quickly reviewed tonight's homework column. Then, we reviewed Exponents from yesterday as well and went over an exponent of zero.
Afterwards, we began Order of Operations. Today was the first full day in our 4th Unit (Expressions). We are now entering the world of ALGEBRA! I know many people have their fears of algebra and a slight hatred towards it, but I hope to change minds! I LOVE algebra!!! Hopefully some of my love for the material will rub off on my students.
Afterwards, we began Order of Operations. Today was the first full day in our 4th Unit (Expressions). We are now entering the world of ALGEBRA! I know many people have their fears of algebra and a slight hatred towards it, but I hope to change minds! I LOVE algebra!!! Hopefully some of my love for the material will rub off on my students.
Tuesday, September 25th
Today I was absent. I sure did miss everyone!
Students took their Open Notebook Quiz over the Coordinate Plane. Then, they received their Exponent Doodle notes. Tomorrow we'll review the Doodle Notes. 

Monday, September 24th
Today we wrapped up our Lesson over Reflections in the Coordinate Plane. We finished notes and students worked with a partner to complete a Reflection packet. After about 1015 minutes we reviewed the packet together.
Tomorrow is our Open Notebook Quiz over the Coordinate Plane.
Tomorrow is our Open Notebook Quiz over the Coordinate Plane.
Friday, September 21st
Today students began learning about Reflections in the Coordinate plane. In 1st period we ALMOST finished our notes, but in 4th period we didn't get started with them. 4th period is just a tad behind schedule. No worries though!!
REMEMBER, your Character Graph is DUE on MONDAY!!! It must be colored and is a TEST GRADE!!! 

Thursday, September 20th
Today we continued working with distance on the coordinate plane. Students were able to get a good grasp of finding distance through 1) identifying whether or not ordered pairs were in the same quadrant, and 2) either finding the difference of their absolute values or the sum of their absolute values.
Tomorrow we'll look over character graphs one last time and then begin Reflections!
Tomorrow we'll look over character graphs one last time and then begin Reflections!
Wednesday, September 19th
Today students got to see the character graphs completed. Then, they had about 10 minutes to ask me questions over their Character Graphs. We won't work on character graphs in class tomorrow, but we will on Friday.
Then, in 1st period students completed notes over Distance & Polygon's in the Coordinate Plane and began a Nearpod lesson over using distance and maps in the coordinate plane.
In 4th period, we're a bit behind. SEVERAL kiddos had multiple clarification questions on their Character graphs. They will need to finish the last two segments of today's notes for homework. See photo below. Tomorrow in 4th period I'll be canceling our warmup to offset our schedule.
Then, in 1st period students completed notes over Distance & Polygon's in the Coordinate Plane and began a Nearpod lesson over using distance and maps in the coordinate plane.
In 4th period, we're a bit behind. SEVERAL kiddos had multiple clarification questions on their Character graphs. They will need to finish the last two segments of today's notes for homework. See photo below. Tomorrow in 4th period I'll be canceling our warmup to offset our schedule.
Tuesday, September 18th
Today we quickly reviewed tonight's column of homework problems on the weekly sheet. Then, students had 5 minutes of class time to ask me questions over their Character Graphs and work on them.
Then, we moved on to learning about Polygon's in the Coordinate plane. One of the standards in this unit (MGSE6.G.3) covers graphing polygon's on a coordinate plane. Students must be able to graph the polygon, label it, identify it, and complete various investigations about it.
We cut/pasted notes and then students worked through a brief Nearpod lesson. The code to the Nearpod lesson is : VCKGQ
Then, we moved on to learning about Polygon's in the Coordinate plane. One of the standards in this unit (MGSE6.G.3) covers graphing polygon's on a coordinate plane. Students must be able to graph the polygon, label it, identify it, and complete various investigations about it.
We cut/pasted notes and then students worked through a brief Nearpod lesson. The code to the Nearpod lesson is : VCKGQ
Monday, September 17th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet and had class time to complete the entire column for tonight. Then, students received their Character graph. Graphs are due on Monday, September 24th. They must be colored!!!
After reviewing how to graph each Shape 1 on all graphs except for Darth Vader, students completed a "selfpaced" Nearpod lesson (Code = TYEGX). Then, they had to complete a Coordinate plane practice sheet to "show what they know". This sheet is NOT for a grade. We'll be going over it in class tomorrow and then moving on to Polygon's in the coordinate plane.
After reviewing how to graph each Shape 1 on all graphs except for Darth Vader, students completed a "selfpaced" Nearpod lesson (Code = TYEGX). Then, they had to complete a Coordinate plane practice sheet to "show what they know". This sheet is NOT for a grade. We'll be going over it in class tomorrow and then moving on to Polygon's in the coordinate plane.
Friday, September 14th
Today we finished our notes over the Coordinate plane foldable and then students chose their Character Graph they want to complete for their next project.
They'll receive Character Graphs on Monday.
They'll receive Character Graphs on Monday.
Thursday, September 13th
Today students took their quiz over Integers and turned in their study guides. After each student finished their quiz, they cut/paste a foldable about graphing ordered pairs in the coordinate plane into their notebook.
Wednesday, September 12th
Today we quickly reviewed our homework sheet. Then, students worked with a partner on a review of our Integer's unit. This unit is quite small and fairly easy compared to Unit 1. Tomorrow they'll quiz over the unit and then we'll move on to the Coordinate Plane.
Tuesday, September 11th
Monday, September 10th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. We're still keeping it short and sweet throughout the first 9 weeks. Then, we finished notes over Conversions between fractions and decimals. Then, students completed a Studentpaced Nearpod lesson as a Ticket Out the Door.
Friday, September 7th
Today we graded the weekly homework sheet in class. Then, students took their first notebook check (basically an easy 100%). Afterwards, students had time to turn in any corrections and work on missing assignments. We'll pick back up with conversions on Monday and then move on to Absolute Value.


Thursday, September 6th
Today students finished notes over Rational numbers. Then, they worked with a partner for 10 minutes to complete a paper over locating, comparing, and ordering rational numbers. Afterwards, we graded the paper in class. Tomorrow we'll learn how to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions.
Weekly homework sheet, corrections to failing assignments, and missing work are due TOMORROW!!!! 

Wednesday, September 5th
Today students in 1st period finished their Nearpod lesson. Then, they completed the Integers in the real world assignment.
Afterwards, we moved on to discussing what we already know about the number line and the position of numbers on the number line. This led us into Rational Numbers. Rational numbers include integers, whole numbers, and counting numbers. We glued a number line to use as a reference in our notebooks and then began our notes over Rational numbers.
Afterwards, we moved on to discussing what we already know about the number line and the position of numbers on the number line. This led us into Rational Numbers. Rational numbers include integers, whole numbers, and counting numbers. We glued a number line to use as a reference in our notebooks and then began our notes over Rational numbers.


Tuesday, September 4th
Today students received their week 5 homework sheet. This week is the half way mark of the 1st 9 weeks. Any and all missing assignments along with corrections are due by Friday!!
Students worked through a studentpaced Nearpod lesson over Integers today. Then, they received a practice sheet to illustrate their understanding.
1st period got behind due to pictures so we'll finish tomorrow.
Students worked through a studentpaced Nearpod lesson over Integers today. Then, they received a practice sheet to illustrate their understanding.
1st period got behind due to pictures so we'll finish tomorrow.
Thursday, August 30th
Today students turned in their weekly homework sheets for me to grade (yay me). Then, I provided them with time to ask questions about the study guide before the test. After questions I took up all the study guides. Students had the remainder of class to complete their Unit 1 Test. Once they finished they logged in to USATestPrep using their Password cards I gave them today. There are 3 assignments on USATestPrep. They were able to work on any of the three or all three.
Have a great long weekend!! 
Wednesday, August 29th
Today we quickly reviewed tonight's column of homework problems. Then, I went over each of the study guide problems with the kids. I gave them all the answers to the study guide. Tomorrow is the test so they really need to study hard!
Then, we took the rest of class time to keep working on the Number Systems review that was a "breakout". 
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Tuesday, August 28th
Today students turned in their Recipe Challenge Projects. Then, we reviewed Monday and Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Afterwards, students were given their Unit Study Guide to help them study for the exam on Thursday. I'll go over the key to the study guide tomorrow in class.
Then, students worked with a partner on a Digital Number Systems Review Breakout! They only had about 20  28 minutes in class today to work through it. Therefore, they'll receive about 1725 minutes to finish tomorrow. 
Feel free to print off as many copies of the study guide as needed.

Recipe Challenge Project is Due on Tuesday, August 28th!!!
If you decided to take advantage of the Extra Credit opportunity, you may: 1.) share with me via Google Drive (jmorgan@fannin.k12.ga.us) 2.) email it to me @ jmorgan@fannin.k12.ga.us 3.) place it on a thumb/flash drive and bring it with you Tuesday 
Monday, August 27th
Today students learned how to solve Dividing fraction word problems through real world applications. We worked through 5 problems in class that we broke down together and worked out. Then, students worked with a partner to finish up with their two dividing fractions practice papers from Friday. Afterwards, they had about 7 minutes of independent work time to work on this weeks weekly homework sheet and finish any items they may owe me.
Remember, your projects are due tomorrow!!!!
Remember, your projects are due tomorrow!!!!
Friday, August 24th
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet in class. Those that have been absent and returned today sat in the hallway and worked on their sheet while we graded.
Then, students received several graded paper. We reviewed each paper students received and they were given an opportunity to ask questions about problems they missed. If anyone made a score below 70% they may correct all the problems they missed on a separate paper and turn the corrections and the original in to me on Monday. I'll review the corrections and bump their grade up to a 70%.
Afterwards, students worked with a partner on the two dividing fractions sheets. Many still are not finished. We'll take time to finish in class on Monday! Please use the weekend to complete your project!!
Then, students received several graded paper. We reviewed each paper students received and they were given an opportunity to ask questions about problems they missed. If anyone made a score below 70% they may correct all the problems they missed on a separate paper and turn the corrections and the original in to me on Monday. I'll review the corrections and bump their grade up to a 70%.
Afterwards, students worked with a partner on the two dividing fractions sheets. Many still are not finished. We'll take time to finish in class on Monday! Please use the weekend to complete your project!!
Thursday, August 23rd
Today we reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. Then, we finished our notes over dividing fractions. We learned how to divide mixed numbers by mixed numbers today. Then, students worked with a partner on two practice sheets. We'll finish the practice in class tomorrow and then learn how to solve dividing fractions word problems.
Wednesday, August 22nd
Today we reviewed Wednesday night's column of homework problems. Then, students were given a change to ask questions on the project that's due next Tuesday. Afterwards, I reworked the first two problems on the "Cross Them Out" multiplying fractions sheet. The sheet is due in class tomorrow.
Then, we moved on to dividing fractions. Dividing fractions is simple if you know how to multiply fractions. Students learned a catchy song about dividing fractions on www.flocabulary.com, then we took notes over how to use models when dividing, and then they learned the standard way to divide fractions. We'll continue dividing fractions and mixed numbers for the remainder of the week.
Then, we moved on to dividing fractions. Dividing fractions is simple if you know how to multiply fractions. Students learned a catchy song about dividing fractions on www.flocabulary.com, then we took notes over how to use models when dividing, and then they learned the standard way to divide fractions. We'll continue dividing fractions and mixed numbers for the remainder of the week.
Tuesday, August 21st
Today we reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Then, students received their mini project for our first Unit! The project is due on Tuesday, August 28th! I'll provide time for questions each day in class.
Then, students reviewed multiplying mixed numbers on the whiteboard. We also went over word problems involving multiplying fractions. Afterwards, students completed a Quizizz on Multiplying Fractions and then received a practice sheet. The practice sheet is due on Thursday.
Then, students reviewed multiplying mixed numbers on the whiteboard. We also went over word problems involving multiplying fractions. Afterwards, students completed a Quizizz on Multiplying Fractions and then received a practice sheet. The practice sheet is due on Thursday.
Monday, August 20th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we reviewed Monday night's column of problems. Afterwards, we worked through a Multiplying fractions flipchart to review from 5th grade. Throughout the flipchart students were able to come to the panel and work out problems to illustrate their understanding.
Then, students used an IPad to complete a Quizizz over mixed numbers and improper fractions.
Tomorrow we'll complete a Quizizz over multiplying fractions.
Then, students used an IPad to complete a Quizizz over mixed numbers and improper fractions.
Tomorrow we'll complete a Quizizz over multiplying fractions.


Friday, August 17th
1st Period: Students turned in their homework and had to endure the MAPS testing for the next several hours.
4th Period: I missed seeing you all today. Lucky for you guys you have the weekend to make sure your homework is completed. I'll take it up on Monday.
4th Period: I missed seeing you all today. Lucky for you guys you have the weekend to make sure your homework is completed. I'll take it up on Monday.
Thursday, August 16th
Today we reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems and I answered any questions students had over any of the other days. Weekly sheet is due tomorrow.
Then, students turned in their Decimal Operations practice sheet they had to complete for additional homework last night.
Then, students completed the Long division problems we glued into our notebooks from yesterday.
Then, students turned in their Decimal Operations practice sheet they had to complete for additional homework last night.
Then, students completed the Long division problems we glued into our notebooks from yesterday.
Wednesday, August 15th
Today we reviewed Wednesday night's column of homework problems over Long division. Then, we watched the Math Antics video located to the right of the screen. Next, we took notes over Long division. Students remembered the 5 simple steps from elementary school. However, we needed to add in how to turn the remainder into a fraction and how to add a decimal and a zero to keep going. We worked 4 examples out together in our notebooks. Then, students glued in 9 additional examples on the back of today's notes page. We'll complete the 9 additional examples in class tomorrow.
Additional Homework: Finish the Decimal Practice paper from yesterday. It's due tomorrow. 

Tuesday, August 14th
Today we quickly reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Then, we finished notes in our Decimal foldable. Afterwards, students received a practice sheet over finding the sum and difference of decimals. The last two problems on the sheet are word problems. In 1st period, we didn't finish and will check over tomorrow.
Monday, August 13th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we finished our GCF/LCM Real world applications with partners. After working on it with partners we went over it and students checked their answers. Then, we pasted it into the next page of our notebooks.
Then, students glued in a decimal foldable. Tomorrow we'll complete our foldable and work on Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying decimals. 

Friday, August 10th, 2018
Today we checked our weekly homework sheet and turned it in. Then, we finished notes over Distributing and GCF. Afterwards, we pulled the sheet from yesterday where we completed #115 back out and worked through the word problems together. Then, students used their knowledge of the word problems we completed together to work with a partner on a series of real life applications that used GCF and LCM.
We'll finish the real life applications on Monday and check them together. They'll get glued into our notebooks after we check over them.
We'll finish the real life applications on Monday and check them together. They'll get glued into our notebooks after we check over them.
Thursday, August 9th, 2018
Today we finished going over our weekly homework sheet. The weekly sheet is DUE TOMORROW!!!
Then, we finished notes over LCM. Afterwards, students had 12 minutes of class time to complete #115 on a LCM practice sheet. Those who did not finish #115 need to finish tonight. Next, students began notes over The Distributive Property & GCF. This is where we use the distributive property in combination with factoring to rewrite the sum of two numbers. This concept can be a bit complex at first, but students should catch on quickly. We'll finish up the steps tomorrow and then they'll get to work with a partner on some real life applications. 

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
Today we quickly went over Wednesday night's problems on the weekly sheet. Then, we finished our notes over GCF from yesterday. Students learned a new way to find GCF and it's called the Ladder Method.
After we finished notes, students had 10 minutes to work on a practice sheet over factors and GCF. Many finished in class and turned it in to the class tray. Those who did not finish must finish for additional homework tonight. It's due tomorrow. Then, we moved on to LCM. We barely got to hit on the concept of LCM before the bell. We'll finish up with multiples and LCM tomorrow and talk about using the Distributive property with factors and multiples. 

Tuesday, August 7th, 2018
Today we quickly finished up the Class slide show from yesterday. Students also had a chance to finish up the Monday night homework column and work on Tuesday night's homework column. Remember, the weekly sheet isn't due til Friday.
Next, students set up their Spiral Notebook. We created a Table of Contents page and they had 3 minutes to number as many pages as possible. Then, we reviewed Factors and how to find the Greatest Common Factor by using the list method, or rainbow method. Tomorrow, they'll learn how to use the Ladder Method (a lifesaver). 

What do I need to know to get started??
Welcome to 6th Grade Advanced Mathematics! Listed below you'll find the class syllabus along with a google slides presentation about math class in general. The syllabus contains EVERYTHING you need to know in order to be successful in Advanced Math. The presentation is more of a general overview of the math class and procedures.