Tuesday, May 14th
Today we continued working with adding and subtracting integers on a number line. Students worked with partners to complete a practice sheet. Then, we checked the practice sheet in class. Afterwards, students worked on a matching assignment in Google Classroom.
Those who did not finish need to finish for homework tonight.
Those who did not finish need to finish for homework tonight.
Monday, May 13th
Today we continued learning about adding integers. Today we learned all about the number line method. Students learned how to add integers using a number line. Tomorrow we'll continue to practice using the number line.
Thursday, May 9th
Today students finished Pistol Pete. Then, we utilized his basketball statistics to complete a practice sheet. Those that did not finish in class must finish for homework tonight.
Tuesday, May 7th & Wednesday, May 8th
Today and tomorrow we'll be watching Pistol Pete the movie from 1991 in class. The movie is based on a true story about a basketball player in the 1960's and 1970's. We'll utilize basketball statistics within the film to broaden our math skills.
Monday, May 6th
Today students reviewed concepts of fractions. We reviewed comparing and ordering fractions as a whole group today. Then, students worked with a partner on a Digital Breakout over fractions.
Assignment in Google Classroom.
Assignment in Google Classroom.
Friday, May 3rd
Today is the last catch up day for the Amazing Math Race. All Passports are due today!! I'll be playing Mathnets in the background for those that finish early!


Monday, April 22nd  Friday, May 3rd
Students began the Amazing Math Race on the Wednesday before Spring break. We will continue the Amazing Math Race through Milestone's Testing.
CLICK > HERE to be taken to the site for the race.
The best way to study for Milestone's is to work through topics on USATestPrep.
CLICK > HERE to be taken to the site for the race.
The best way to study for Milestone's is to work through topics on USATestPrep.
Wednesday, April 10thFriday, April 12th
Students are now participating in the Amazing Math Race!!!!!! Keep up with progress at the website:
Amazing Math Race
Amazing Math Race
Tuesday, April 9th
Today students took their Statistics test. I will get grades released as soon as possible!
Thank you for your patience!
Thank you for your patience!
Monday, April 8th
Today we reviewed for tomorrow's statistics test. Students also received their weekly homework sheet. Only the following students must complete their sheet this week:
Tristan R. , Jayden G., Trey F., Connor G., and Anica W.
The rest are ALL exempt!!! Thank you for completing all your homework for the 3rd 9 weeks and the first 2 weeks of the 4th 9 weeks!!
TEST TOMORROW!!
Tristan R. , Jayden G., Trey F., Connor G., and Anica W.
The rest are ALL exempt!!! Thank you for completing all your homework for the 3rd 9 weeks and the first 2 weeks of the 4th 9 weeks!!
TEST TOMORROW!!
Friday, April 5th
Today we continued practicing statistics. We completed Day 1 of Statistics review. Students played Quizlet Live and then had a few minutes to work on their study guides. Test is Tuesday!
THursday, April 4th
Today students continued working with analyzing data distributions. They completed a practice paper with a partner to prove their mastery. Then, they completed a selfpaced Nearpod. Afterwards, they logged into USATestPrep to practice Statistics. Unit Test is Tuesday. Study Guides will go home tomorrow.
Wednesday, April 3rd
Today we finished with Box Plots. Then, we moved on to learning ways to analyze data distributions.
Tuesday, April 2nd
Today students continued learning about Box plots. We completed more complex problems with Box Plots today.
Monday, April 1st
Today only certain students were told they had to complete their weekly homework sheet! All students who have turned in every Weekly Homework sheet for the entire 3rd 9 weeks PLUS homework 4.1 and 4.2 DOES NOT HAVE TO COMPLETE HOMEWORK THIS WEEK OR NEXT WEEK!! They earned EXEMPTION for the entire month of April!
Those who must complete this weeks homework sheet are below:  Kasch B.  Rodney H.  Caden Garmon Brady R. Tristan R. Jonah B. Jayden G.  Connor Griffin Trey F. Daegan M.  Anica W.  Rocco S.  Baylor T. Today in class students reviewed how to find all 3 quartiles using a set of data. Then, we applied our knowledge of quartiles to a new concept, Box Plots. We completed notes over Box Plots. Tomorrow, we'll continue Box Plots. The Goal is to Test over Statistics next Tuesday, April 9th! 

Friday, March 29th
Today we completed our notes over Quartiles and IQR. Then, students completed a practice sheet in which they entered the answers into a form on Google Classroom.
THursday, March 28th

Today students had 4 complete minutes in class to work on their weekly homework sheet. Then, we practiced Line plots, dot plots, and histograms through Quizlet Live. Afterwards, we watched a quick video over quartiles. Then, completed notes over Quartiles and IQR.

Wednesday, March 27th
Today students completed a practice over line and dot plots. Then, we learned all about creating and interpreting Histograms. We completed doodle notes and then began a practice with Histograms.


Tuesday, March 26th
Today students learned all about Line and Dot Plots! We completed our notes that we pasted in from yesterday. Then, students asked each other two statistical questions to gather data and make line and dot plots. Tomorrow, we'll reiterate them and then move on to Histograms.
Monday, March 25th
Today we wrapped up our lesson on Mean, Median, Mode, and Range. Students finished notes over Outliers from Friday and then completed their practice sheet from Friday. Afterwards, they completed a Quizizz in class (Code: 666619). Then, we cut/pasted in doodle notes over line/dot plots for tomorrow!
Friday, March 22nd
Today we continued learning about Mean, Median, Mode, and Range. We reviewed each by playing a cup stacking game to get various sets of data. Then, it was a race to see what groups could find the mean, median, mode, and range of the data first.
Then, students received a practice sheet that we'll finish in class on Monday.
Then, students received a practice sheet that we'll finish in class on Monday.
Thursday, March 21st
Today we reviewed Statistical Questions from yesterday's self paced Nearpod over "Statistical Questions". Then, we moved on to Mean, Median, Mode, and Range (Measures of Center). Statistics is our last 6th grade math unit that we need to cover before End of Grade testing. Mean, Median, Mode, and Range are the most important topics within this unit. Today, we glued some notes into our notebooks and used them to work through a Live session of Nearpod in class. If you'd like to review the Nearpod we did today at home you can go to:
www.nearpod.com
Type the code: XEDUW
7th Period kids that wish to redo the Quizizz from Monday..the new code is: 671941
www.nearpod.com
Type the code: XEDUW
7th Period kids that wish to redo the Quizizz from Monday..the new code is: 671941
Wednesday, March 20th
Today students took their Geometry Test. After the test students completed a selfpaced Nearpod lesson introducing them to Statistical Questions.
The Code of the lesson is: HLNXF
The Code of the lesson is: HLNXF
Tuesday, March 19th
Today students worked through their Study Guide for tomorrow's test. We reviewed the study guide and went over all the answers. The test is laid out very similar to the study guide. To the side you'll find the file for the study guide and you may pull it up and work on it for additional practice.


Monday, March 18th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet that is due on Friday.
Then, we reviewed finding the volume of rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths. We reviewed with two problems on the whiteboard and then students worked through a Quizizz LIVE. The Quizizz will be a grade in the gradebook. Students that are NOT happy with their Quizizz grade from today may redo it by: Go to join.quizizz.com Enter Code: 488885 Geometry Unit Test is on Wednesday, March 20th!! 

Tuesday, March 12th
Today students reviewed volume from 5th grade. Most of them remembered that they multiply length times width times height to get the volume of a rectangular prism. We did one review problem. The biggest difference between 5th & 6th grade is that in 6th grade students should be able to find the volume of rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths.
We took notes (see below) and then students worked through a practice paper. Those who did not finish must complete over the break and turn in on Monday, March 18th!
EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY!!!!! > Students received a take home Geometry packet. Students will receive 1 bonus point for each problem they complete correctly on this packet. The packet is due on Monday, March 18th! These bonus points will be applied to their lowest test/quiz grade during the 4th 9 weeks.
We took notes (see below) and then students worked through a practice paper. Those who did not finish must complete over the break and turn in on Monday, March 18th!
EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY!!!!! > Students received a take home Geometry packet. Students will receive 1 bonus point for each problem they complete correctly on this packet. The packet is due on Monday, March 18th! These bonus points will be applied to their lowest test/quiz grade during the 4th 9 weeks.
Monday, March 11th
Today we finished working with surface area. Students finished their small group assignment they began on Friday. Then, we stapled it into their notebooks. Afterwards, they JOINED their classes Google Classroom and worked on completing the surface area assignment that will be for a grade.
GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE:
5th Period: tkhbbd
6th Period: b03cma
7th Period: ouivmo
GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE:
5th Period: tkhbbd
6th Period: b03cma
7th Period: ouivmo
Thursday, March 7th
Today students learned how to find the surface area of the nets of 3D shapes. They found the area of each polygon, then added them all together. We'll paste our notes in tomorrow and practice in small groups.


Wednesday, March 6th
Today students completed their series on 3D shapes and their nets.
Then, we moved on to beginning to learn about Surface Area. We found the surface area of 3 different nets laid out on grid paper. Tomorrow we'll learn how to find them when they're not on grid paper.
Then, we moved on to beginning to learn about Surface Area. We found the surface area of 3 different nets laid out on grid paper. Tomorrow we'll learn how to find them when they're not on grid paper.
Tuesday, March 5th
Today students continued learning about 3D shapes. We discussed their faces, edges, & vertices today. Then, we began to color code their faces to illustrate those that are alike!
Tomorrow we'll work on Surface Area.
Tomorrow we'll work on Surface Area.
Monday, MARCH 4Th
Today we quickly recapped finding area. Students were given 5 additional minutes in class to complete their take home quiz and turn it in. Those who turn it in tomorrow will receive 10 points off for it being late.
Then, we began talking about 3D shapes. We went on a virtual field trip to multiple locations to view geometry in famous architecture.
The Nearpod code is: FQJCG
We made it through the first collaboration slide. We'll continue exploring 3D shapes tomorrow and work on simple surface area.
Then, we began talking about 3D shapes. We went on a virtual field trip to multiple locations to view geometry in famous architecture.
The Nearpod code is: FQJCG
We made it through the first collaboration slide. We'll continue exploring 3D shapes tomorrow and work on simple surface area.
Friday, March 1st
Today students continued learning how to find the area of Composite figures. We finished working on a paper from yesterday. Then, students were sent home with an OPEN RESOURCE QUIZ. The Quiz is due in class on Monday!
Thursday, February 28th
Today students continued learning about composite figures. We focused on how to split them up into other shapes today. Then, we narrowed in to finding the area of each shape making the figures. Afterwards, we added all the areas together to find the total area of the shape.
Wednesday, February 27th
Today students learned about Composite figures. They learned how to take a composite figure and split it into other figures. We spent time creating them and breaking them apart on grid paper.
Tuesday, February 26th
Today students learned about Trapezoids!!
They learned the two types of trapezoids: Isosceles & Right
We watched a quick video about finding the area of trapezoids. Then, we took notes over how to find the area and found the area of 4 different trapezoids.
They learned the two types of trapezoids: Isosceles & Right
We watched a quick video about finding the area of trapezoids. Then, we took notes over how to find the area and found the area of 4 different trapezoids.
Monday, February 25th
Today students finished up working with triangles. They all turned in their Area of Triangles practice sheet and then did an around the room practice with a partner.
Friday, February 22nd
Today we continued working with area of triangles. We did some whole brain learning today. Students learned dances to match finding area of shapes. We'll finish working with triangles on Monday and move on to Trapezoids.
Thursday, February 21st
Today we investigated Triangles. Classes were only 40 minutes due to MAP testing from 10:30  12:30.
Wednesday, February 20th
Today we reviewed quadrilaterals from last week. Then, we practiced finding the area of rectangles and parallelograms. Afterwards, we discussed how to decompose a rectangle and parallelogram to create two identical triangles. After our analysis students learned how to find the area of a triangle from the area of a rectangle or a parallelogram.
Friday, February 15th
Today we reviewed quadrilaterals. Then, we did doodle notes over finding Area of Quadrilaterals.
Thursday, February 14th (Happy Valentine's Day!!)
5th Period:
Students worked in one of 4 small groups. We remediated over the test questions from yesterday. 
6th & 7th period:
Today students reviewed polygon's. Then, we reviewed what they already knew about finding area of figures on a grid. 
Wednesday, February 13th
Today students completed their Unit Test over ratios, rates, proportions, and percents. The test was via USATestPrep and was an Open Notes test!
Tuesday, february 12th
Today students worked through an Augmented Reality lesson that took them on a journey through Australia with their tour guide being a Kangaroo. In order to journey to each location they had to solve a series of math problems from this unit. Then, they continued working through their USATestPrep assignments.
USATESTPREP INFORMATION
Account ID: fcms61
Username: firstname.lastname
Password: FULL BIRTHDAY OF STUDENT (MMDDYYYY)
USATESTPREP INFORMATION
Account ID: fcms61
Username: firstname.lastname
Password: FULL BIRTHDAY OF STUDENT (MMDDYYYY)
Monday, February 11th
Today students completed an around the room "Solving Percents" activity with a partner. Then, they began working through multiple assignments in USATestPrep.
OPEN NOTES test on Wednesday over Ratios, Rates, Proportions, & Percents.
OPEN NOTES test on Wednesday over Ratios, Rates, Proportions, & Percents.
Friday, February 8th
Today students completed the items on the following slide.
Thursday, February 7th
Today students continued practicing solving percent problems. They used a cipher wheel to discover the problems they had to solve.
Wednesday, February 6th
Today students applied concepts from yesterday's solving percents lesson to an Augmented Reality activity. Then, they continued working with partners to complete a "solving percent" practice sheet. Once all was completed they were able to use the remaining time to work on their Ocean Portfolio. The math section is due this Friday!
Tuesday, February 5th
Today students learned how to solve percent problems using a provided Proportion formula. We completed notes and then students colored up their doodle notes.
Monday, February 4th
Today students worked on the last piece of their math section of the Ocean Portfolio. They completed their written reflection over the STEM lab that they performed a week ago.
The Math Piece of the Portfolio is DUE Friday, February 8th.
The Math Piece of the Portfolio is DUE Friday, February 8th.
Friday, February 1st
Today students worked on completing a percent conversion Mosaic. We'll finish these up next week.
Thursday, January 31st
Today we finished our notes over Percent Conversions. Then, students took time to color up their doodle notes and paste them along with a Memorize sheet into their notebooks. Afterwards, they began working on a practice sheet over converting percents, fractions, and decimals.
Wednesday, January 30th
Today students learned about Percents. We watched a brief video. Discussed what we already knew about percents. Then, students worked on Doodle Notes.
Tuesday, January 29th
SNOW DAY!
Monday, January 28th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet.
Then, they got back with their STEM groups from last week and worked on finishing their items for their Math portion of the Ocean Portfolio.
Then, they got back with their STEM groups from last week and worked on finishing their items for their Math portion of the Ocean Portfolio.
Friday, January 25th
Today we graded our weekly homework.
Then, we reviewed Metric Conversions so that students could convert centimeters to Kilometers.
Afterwards, students got back into their STEM groups and continued working on their project. Today's focus was laying out the grid of their ocean floor and converting cm to Km.
Then, we reviewed Metric Conversions so that students could convert centimeters to Kilometers.
Afterwards, students got back into their STEM groups and continued working on their project. Today's focus was laying out the grid of their ocean floor and converting cm to Km.
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
Today students reviewed ratios, rates, and proportions through 2 Quizlet Lives and 1 Quizizz live.
Tuesday, January 22nd
Today students completed a fund Comparison prices task around the room. They worked with a partner to compare prices of different quantities of items taped on the walls around the room.
Friday, January 18th
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet in class. Then, students worked with partners to compare prices of items in a grocery store to find the Better buy. We'll continue working with rates on Tuesday of next week.
Thursday, January 17th
Today students finished notes over rates. Many of them were quick to realize they'd actually been working with rates all week long. However, they had not been working with Unit Rates (a rate to one unit).
In 5th period, students began working with a partner to compare the unit price of items in a Grocery Store to determine which item was the best buy.
6th & 7th period classes were cut short due to the Pep Rally. Therefore, we'll do our Better buy activity tomorrow.
In 5th period, students began working with a partner to compare the unit price of items in a Grocery Store to determine which item was the best buy.
6th & 7th period classes were cut short due to the Pep Rally. Therefore, we'll do our Better buy activity tomorrow.
Wednesday, January 16th
Today students continued working with proportions in the real world. They solve 5 guided practice problems with me. Then, they worked in pairs to solve 5 additional problems. Some students did not quite finish in the time allotted. Those who did not finish must complete for additional homework tonight.
Then, we watched a video introduction to rates and unit rates. Afterwards, we started notes over Rates. Students learned VERY QUICKLY that they'd secretly been solving rates all week long! 

Tuesday, January 15th
Today we continued working with proportions. Students learned how to set up proportions in a word problem today. We focused on three main word problems in class. Then, students received a practice paper that we'll finish tomorrow.
Click here for word problems we did in class.
Click here for word problems we did in class.
Monday, January 14th
Today students learned all about proportions. They learned that a proportion is an equation showing two equivalent ratios. Then, they used their knowledge to complete a practice paper. Those who did not finish in class must finish for homework.
A link to the Google Slides is > HERE
A link to the Google Slides is > HERE
Friday, January 11th
Here is your assignment for today, Friday, January 11th, 2019!
CLICK HERE FOR ASSIGNMENT> Help Mrs. Morgan
When you finish, grab a graphing sheet and complete it before you leave.
CLICK HERE FOR ASSIGNMENT> Help Mrs. Morgan
When you finish, grab a graphing sheet and complete it before you leave.
Thursday, January 10th
Today students applied their knowledge of creating equivalent ratios in tables to graphing them on a graph. A lot of their background knowledge of this came from our lessons over functions.
I will be absent tomorrow. Students will continue to practice ratios and equivalent ratios through a fun Digital Breakout!
I will be absent tomorrow. Students will continue to practice ratios and equivalent ratios through a fun Digital Breakout!
Wednesday, January 9th
Today students finished notes over equivalent ratios from tables. After gluing our notes into our notebook we practiced what we'd learned. Students worked with a partner on two practice papers.
Tuesday, January 8th
Today students continued working with ratios. They used Fruit loops to write and compare various ratios. Then, they got to eat them! Afterwards, we focused on Equivalent ratios.
Tomorrow we'll continue working with equivalent ratios through tables.
Tomorrow we'll continue working with equivalent ratios through tables.
Monday, January 7th
Today students learned about ratios. They learned how to create them, write them, and simplify them.
Our notes were via a Google Slides. Students were given slotted notes they filled in and pasted into their notebooks. Then, we did a Fruitloop ratio activity.
NOTES
Our notes were via a Google Slides. Students were given slotted notes they filled in and pasted into their notebooks. Then, we did a Fruitloop ratio activity.
NOTES
Friday, January 4th
Welcome back!
Today we reviewed functions and deriving rules from tables through Quizlet Live!
Today we reviewed functions and deriving rules from tables through Quizlet Live!
Friday, December 14th
Field Trip Day!!!!!!
Thursday, December 13th
Wednesday, December 12th
Today students wrapped up their functions unit with real world applications of functions. Tomorrow exemptions will be announced.
Tuesday, December 11th
Today students continued working with graphing functions! They've really been knocking functions out of the park. Our main focus today was using the equation to fill in all output values and graph. Then, using the graph to fill in the table and find the rule.
Students worked in cooperative groups today. Tomorrow we'll work more on real world applications with functions.
Students worked in cooperative groups today. Tomorrow we'll work more on real world applications with functions.
Monday, December 10th
Today students finished notes over Functions. Then we focused on using the equation and rule to fill in tables and graph the functions.
Friday, December 7th
Today students continued working with Function tables. They applied their knowledge from class yesterday to filling in the table when given the equation, then they graphed all the values in the tables.
We did notes and then students worked with partners on an input/output/rules practice paper.
We did notes and then students worked with partners on an input/output/rules practice paper.
Thursday, December 6th
Today students learned all about deriving a rule from a table of x/y values. They were also introduced to a "Function Machine". We began notes over Proportional Relationships (Functions).
Wednesday, December 5th
Today students had their mini inequalities quiz. Then, we did an introduction to functions. We mainly focused on input/output tables. We even used an interactive function machine to see if we could figure out what was happening to each input to get each output value.
Interactive Function Machine
Interactive Function Machine
Tuesday, December 4th
Today students reviewed for their mini inequalities quiz tomorrow. We played a fun game of Quizlet live! We did 3 rounds.
Monday, December 3rd
Today students continued working with solving inequalities. We applied our knowledge of solving equations to solving inequalities. Then, we graphed them. After practicing, we then focused on inequalities in real world scenarios. See photos below.
Tomorrow we'll do Quizlet Live to review for our mini quiz on Wednesday.
Tomorrow we'll do Quizlet Live to review for our mini quiz on Wednesday.
Friday, November 30th
Today students applied their knowledge of inequalities and solving equations to solve inequalities. We cut/pasted notes from yesterday into our notebooks. Then, completed notes over Solving Inequalities. Have a great weekend!
Thursday, November 29th
Today students continued learning all about inequalities and how to graph them on a number line. We really reiterated the meaning of greater than/less than and greater than or equal to/less than or equal to.
Students completed a student paced nearpod (code: QSTFK) If you're absent, feel free to complete the nearpod at home.
Homework Sheet is due in class tomorrow!
Students completed a student paced nearpod (code: QSTFK) If you're absent, feel free to complete the nearpod at home.
Homework Sheet is due in class tomorrow!
Wednesday, November 28th
Today students finished their Equations PopQuiz they started yesterday. Then, we moved on to learning about Inequalities. An inequality is a statement that two quantities are NOT equal. Students should have a good understanding of "less than" and "greater than", but today I threw in "less than or equal to" and "greater than or equal to". These two new concepts may be a bit confusing at first but they'll eventually get it.
Tuesday, November 27th
Today we continued working through equations in the real world. Our main focus was writing equations from word problems. The key is to solve them and then use the inverse of how we solved them to write the equations.
Students also had a POP QUIZ!
Students also had a POP QUIZ!
Monday, November 26th
Today students reviewed solving onestep equations from the week before Thanksgiving break. Then, we learned how to write and solve equations from real world examples.
The Turkey equations paper is due tomorrow!
The Turkey equations paper is due tomorrow!
Friday, November 16th
Today we had a split class!! Students who owe assignments or needed to make corrections to assignments worked on those in class. Those who were all caught up and didn't need to make any corrections got to participate in a digital breakout!
Have a great Thanksgiving Break!
Have a great Thanksgiving Break!
Thursday, November 15th
Today students continued working through onestep equations. Today's focus was on Multiplication and division facts. Afterwards, students began working on an Equations sheet that had a turkey they needed to color on the back. These are due after Thanksgiving.
Wednesday, November 14th
Today we checked our addition/subtraction onestep equation problems from yesterday. Then, we reviewed multiplication/division problems. Students are to have all the ODD problems completed on the paper when they enter class tomorrow.
Also, homework is due tomorrow!!
Also, homework is due tomorrow!!
Tuesday, November 13th
Today students continued learning how to solve onestep equations. We finished our Doodle notes and focused on addition/subtraction equations. Those who did not finish their practice problems in class must finish for additional homework tonight.


Monday, November 12th
Today students continued learning about equations and their solutions. Then, we entered "ALGEBRA LAND". Students learned the two rules of Algebra Land: #1 Isolate the variable by using INVERSE OPERATIONS and #2 THE GOLDEN RULE (do unto one side of the equation as you do unto the other).
Next, students began on their Doodle notes over OneStep Equations.
Next, students began on their Doodle notes over OneStep Equations.
Friday, November 9th
Today students learned all about balancing equations. We also talked about solutions to equations.
Solutions to equations slideshow 

Thursday, November 8th
Today students took their quiz over Expressions. Then, we talked a little bit about Equations and maintaining balance afterwards.
Wednesday, November 7th
Today students reviewed for their quiz tomorrow by completing the Study guide in class and then playing a series of review games. If you'd like to continue reviewing at home using the Quizlet questions from today just click the links below.
Evaluating Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh5az
Translating Algebraic Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh4pe
Combining Like terms quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5dy87y
Also, the key to the study guide is posted below on yesterday's post.
Evaluating Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh5az
Translating Algebraic Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh4pe
Combining Like terms quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5dy87y
Also, the key to the study guide is posted below on yesterday's post.
Tuesday, November 6th
5th Period:
Today students continued working with the distributive property and used it to factor. Students applied their knowledge of finding GCF and using the distributive property to write equivalent expressions. We took notes and then began working on a practice paper. Students must complete part of the practice paper for additional homework. 
6th & 7th period:
Today students finished their partner/sm. group packet. Then, they worked on their study guide for tomorrow's quiz. Then, we used some Quizlet lives to practice and review for tomorrow. Evaluating Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh5az Translating Algebraic Expressions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5kh4pe Combining Like terms quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_5dy87y 
Monday, november 5th
5th Period:
Today students continued working with the distributive property. We finished notes today. Tomorrow we'll work backwards through factoring. Expressions Quiz is Thursday!! 
6th & 7th Period:
Today students recapped the distributive property. Then, they learned how to go backwards and Factor using GCF and the distributive property. 
Friday, November 2nd
Today we learned how to use the distributive property to rewrite algebraic expressions and create equivalent ones.
We turned in all combining like terms papers and then took notes.
We turned in all combining like terms papers and then took notes.
Thursday, November 1st
Today students continued working with Combining like terms. They completed their coloring activity they started yesterday. Then, they completed a Combining like terms Maze. Those who did not get finished must finish for additional homework tonight.
Wednesday, October 31st Happy Halloween!!
Today students continued learning about how to combine like terms and simplify algebraic expressions!
We finished notes in 6th & 7th period. Then, students worked with a partner to identify like terms.
We finished notes in 6th & 7th period. Then, students worked with a partner to identify like terms.
Tuesday, October 30th
5th Period: Today students reviewed translating with an inclass "Blast Off" review sheet. Those who did not finish must finish for additional homework tonight. Then, we began learning all about terms and Like Terms.

6th & 7th Period: Today students learned how to Combine like terms. Each student had a term of their own and had to find others in the room that fit their same description. Then, we took a few notes for the day. After notes, we played a fun interactive matching terms game on the interactive panel.

Monday, October 29th
5th period: Today we finished our notes over translating algebraic expressions. Then, we practiced translating in small groups on the whiteboard and interactive panel. Afterwards, students worked with a partner to do a cut/paste matching activity with verbal phrases and algebraic expressions.
6th & 7th period: Today we reviewed translating algebraic expressions. Students translated problems on the whiteboard. Then, they did a cut/paste matching activity with partners. We used the last 10 minutes of class to work on a "Blast Off" Review sheet. Those who did not finish need to finish for homework tonight.
6th & 7th period: Today we reviewed translating algebraic expressions. Students translated problems on the whiteboard. Then, they did a cut/paste matching activity with partners. We used the last 10 minutes of class to work on a "Blast Off" Review sheet. Those who did not finish need to finish for homework tonight.
Friday, October 26th
Today students learned how to take written phrases and translate them into Algebraic expressions. We took notes over translations. We'll continue translating on Monday and then learn about Terms and Like Terms.
Thursday, October 25th
Today students learned all about words that we use in math to represent the four mathematical operations. Students worked in small groups to investigate these terms. Then, they created a display to learn the terms within the categories.
Wednesday, October 24th
Today students applied their understanding of evaluating expressions to solving a fun interactive scavenger hunt around the classroom. Then, we went over all the problems when time was up.
Tomorrow we'll learn all about translating words into math.
Tomorrow we'll learn all about translating words into math.
Tuesday, October 23rd
Today students continued learning how to evaluate algebraic expressions when given a value for the variable. We finished worked a few problems on the whiteboard, finished our notes from yesterday, and then worked in cooperative groups on a practice sheet. Then, we went over the problems on the practice sheet and stapled it into our notebooks.
Monday, October 22nd
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we began learning all about ALGEBRA!!! YAY! Algebra is my favorite math category. I hope that my love for algebra will rub off on the kids.
Students learned what a variable is today, along with a constant, and algebraic expressions. They also learned how to substitute given values in for variables. Tomorrow we'll continue working with variables and substitution.
Students learned what a variable is today, along with a constant, and algebraic expressions. They also learned how to substitute given values in for variables. Tomorrow we'll continue working with variables and substitution.
Friday, October 19th
Today students applied their knowledge of the Order of Operations to solve various mathematical expressions hidden within the classroom. Students worked hard to find all the problems and solve them accurately in a timely manner.
Thursday, October 18th
Today students continued applying their knowledge of the Order of Operations to a series of problems on a maple leaf. After 25 minutes of working through the problems with a partner we checked all of our work. Then, students used the remainder of class time to color their leaf.
Wednesday, October 17th
Today students finished their Order of Operation notes from Friday. Then, students worked through a selfpaced Nearpod. The code for the selfpaced Nearpod is > YERCW . Tomorrow we'll continue working through the Order of Operations.
Friday, October 12th
Today we continued practicing with Exponents and then we moved on to reviewing our current understanding of the Order of Operations. Next week we'll continue working through the order of operations.
Thursday, October 11th
Today we began learning all about exponents. We refreshed our memory from Elementary school with a quick warm up of 2 to the power of 3. Then, students watched a fun Flocabulary Exponents video that had a catchy tune. Afterwards, we worked through some Doodle Notes together. Students LOVED the doodle notes.
Wednesday, October 10th
Today class was split into 3 groups.
Group 1 > Students who had to take a retake of the Coordinate Plane Quiz
Group 2 > Students who owe work from the 1st 9 weeks (Today was the deadline)
Group 3 > Students who created their own city on a coordinate plane using their knowledge of points, reflections, and quadrants.
Group 1 > Students who had to take a retake of the Coordinate Plane Quiz
Group 2 > Students who owe work from the 1st 9 weeks (Today was the deadline)
Group 3 > Students who created their own city on a coordinate plane using their knowledge of points, reflections, and quadrants.
Tuesday, October 9th
Today students worked through a USATestPrep Coordinate Plane assignment.
Monday, October 8th
Today we continued working with distance and reflections in the coordinate plane. Students worked with a partner on an activity packet.
Friday, October 5th
Today we continued reflecting points in the coordinate plane.
6th & 7th period got to participate in a partner Fortnite Coordinate Plane activity.
5th Period will get to do the activity on Monday.
6th & 7th period got to participate in a partner Fortnite Coordinate Plane activity.
5th Period will get to do the activity on Monday.
Thursday, October 4th
Today we reviewed distance and polygon's in the coordinate plane and then moved on to learning all about reflections.
We took notes over reflections in the coordinate plane.
We took notes over reflections in the coordinate plane.
Wednesday, October 3rd
Today students took their 2nd notebook check.
Then, we continued working on distance and polygon's in the coordinate plane.
Students finished notes and completed a partner activity.
Then, we continued working on distance and polygon's in the coordinate plane.
Students finished notes and completed a partner activity.
Tuesday, October 2nd
Today students got 6 minutes of class time to work on their Character graphs (maple leaf OR Mickey Mouse). In 6th & 7th period, students were given the option to buy (3 rebel passes) an additional character graph to complete within one week for a maximum of 10 points extra credit.
Then, students learned how to find distance between two points.
Then, students learned how to find distance between two points.
Monday, October 1st
Today students received their weekly homework sheet.
Then, we reviewed graphing in the coordinate plane from Friday. Students finished their activity with finding others that had ordered pairs that fit certain criteria. Then, students received their Character graph. Some received a Maple Leaf and others received a Mickey Mouse graph.
Character Graphs are due on Monday, October 8th, 2018. We continue working on them a little bit in class each day.
Then, we reviewed graphing in the coordinate plane from Friday. Students finished their activity with finding others that had ordered pairs that fit certain criteria. Then, students received their Character graph. Some received a Maple Leaf and others received a Mickey Mouse graph.
Character Graphs are due on Monday, October 8th, 2018. We continue working on them a little bit in class each day.
Friday, September 28th
Today students finished their coordinate plane foldable and learned how to graph ordered pairs in all four quadrants. We also did a class activity that involved them trying to find people in the room with certain ordered pairs.
We'll continue working with graphing ordered pairs on Monday.
We'll continue working with graphing ordered pairs on Monday.
Thursday, September 27th
Today students took a quiz over our second Unit...Integer's. This is really the easiest quiz we have in 6th grade math. There isn't a single calculation involved.
After the quiz, students were able to work on items they owed me and correct a few things.
Then, once everyone was finished we began discussing the Coordinate Plane and all 4 quadrants.
After the quiz, students were able to work on items they owed me and correct a few things.
Then, once everyone was finished we began discussing the Coordinate Plane and all 4 quadrants.
Wednesday, September 26th
Today we reviewed Absolute value from yesterday. Then, students competed in a friendly game of Integer Review using Quizizz. If you'd like to work through the review problems again at home you can visit... > join.quizizz.com and type the code: 011406
This quiz will be live for 1 day!
This quiz will be live for 1 day!
Tuesday, September 25th
Today I had to be absent for a doctors appointment. Students learned all about Absolute Value with Mr. Denton.
See notes below. You can also watch the video!
See notes below. You can also watch the video!
Monday, September 24th
Today students received their homework sheets. Then, we quickly reviewed rational numbers from last week. Afterwards, we learned how to compare and order rational numbers.
Friday, September 21st
Today students continued learning about Rational Numbers. They located them on a number line. We really focused on fractional numbers and decimals. Students then received a number of their own and had to create a human number line with everyone in the class. This was actually hilarious!! However, they managed to do a phenomenal job!
5th period put themselves in order in under 4 minutes
6th period put themselves in order in under 2 minutes
7th period put themselves in order in under 1 minute!!! WOW!!!
5th period put themselves in order in under 4 minutes
6th period put themselves in order in under 2 minutes
7th period put themselves in order in under 1 minute!!! WOW!!!
Thursday, September 20th
Today we finished our Integers in the real world & their opposites lesson from yesterday. Then, we reviewed the NUMBER LINE. Students glued a number line in their notebooks and we labeled a few things on the line. Then, we learned a little bit about Rational numbers.
Wednesday, September 19th
Today students began their second UNIT!!! YAY!!!
They learned all about integers in the real world and their opposites!
We began a Nearpod lesson that goes along with our notes. We'll finish tomorrow.
They learned all about integers in the real world and their opposites!
We began a Nearpod lesson that goes along with our notes. We'll finish tomorrow.
Tuesday, September 18th
Today we used the first 510 minutes of class to review our study guide and answer student questions about the test. Then, students used the remainder of class time to complete their Unit Test!!!
Monday, September 17th
Today students worked through their study guides with a partner. Then, we went over all the answers in class.
Friday, September 14th
Today we finished our word problems from yesterday and then students received their study guides for Tuesday's test.
Thursday, September 13th
Today students checked their division problems from last night in class. Then, they began to learn how to solve division of fraction problems with real life applications.
Weekly homework sheet is due tomorrow.
Weekly homework sheet is due tomorrow.
Wednesday, September 12th
Today students reviewed Keep, Change, Flip from yesterday. We finished our notes from yesterday by working a REALLY complicated mixed number divided by another mixed number. This is the first set of problems students have had to work through with multiple steps involved.
Then, students practiced what we've learned by working in small group or with a partner.
Homework: Students are to complete 5 additional problems on the back side of the practice sheet.
Then, students practiced what we've learned by working in small group or with a partner.
Homework: Students are to complete 5 additional problems on the back side of the practice sheet.
Tuesday, September 11th
Today we recapped dividing with fractional models. Then, students learned the best method of all...KEEP CHANGE FLIP! We simply multiply by the reciprocal!
I also announced that it's our goal to have our first Unit test this Friday. I'm not sure if we'll meet the goal, but we're going to give it our best shot!
I also announced that it's our goal to have our first Unit test this Friday. I'm not sure if we'll meet the goal, but we're going to give it our best shot!
Monday, September 10th
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. I would just like to say how proud I am of all my students that have been turning theirs in each Friday and haven't turned in any late assignments. Good Job!!!
Today students learned how to divide fractions using models. We tried something new today...a LIVE Nearpod lesson.
Then, we glued a copy of slotted notes on Dividing fractions with models into our notebooks.
Today students learned how to divide fractions using models. We tried something new today...a LIVE Nearpod lesson.
Then, we glued a copy of slotted notes on Dividing fractions with models into our notebooks.
Friday, September 7th
Today we graded the weekly homework sheets in class. Then, students took a notes test (basically a free 100%). Then, they had class time to work on any corrections or turn in missing assignments for me.
Thursday, September 6th
Today students reviewed concepts of multiplying fractions from yesterday. They worked independently to show what they'd learned from yesterday's lesson by completing an inclass practice sheet. Then, in a few classes they got to solve challenging problems posted around the room.
Wednesday, September 5th
Today students reviewed tonight's column of homework problems. Then, we reviewed how to multiply fractions from elementary school. Not surprising but several students had forgotten how to multiply fractions and how to simplify in the end. We took notes today and will practice tomorrow.


Tuesday, September 4th
Today students received their week 5 homework sheet. Then, we reviewed changing mixed numbers into improper fractions from last Thursday. They rewatched the Shmoop video below. Then, we took notes to better our understanding.
Students also received a practice sheet that we'll finish tomorrow in class and then begin on multiplying fractions.
Students also received a practice sheet that we'll finish tomorrow in class and then begin on multiplying fractions.
Thursday, August 30th
Today we reviewed how to change mixed numbers to improper fractions. Students will need to recall this from elementary school in order to multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers.
We played a game called "Mixed up Kings". 

Wednesday, August 29th
Today we quickly reviewed tonight's column of homework problems. Then, students took their quiz over Decimals.
Tomorrow we'll move on to reviewing converting Mixed numbers to improper fractions.
Tomorrow we'll move on to reviewing converting Mixed numbers to improper fractions.
Tuesday, August 28th
5th Period:
Today students reviewed dividing with decimals. Then, they worked with a randomly assigned partner to solve decimal problems all over the room. Afterwards, students were able to check their work using the answer key. Quiz over decimals is tomorrow! Study your decimal notes! 
6th & 7th Period:
Today students learned how to solve decimals in the real world by working through word problems that applied to real life situations. Then, we cut/paste the notes into our notebook. Afterwards, students worked with a partner to solve decimal operation problems posted around the room. These problems were designed to be a review for their Quiz tomorrow over decimals. 
Monday, August 27th
5th Period:
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we reviewed long division. However, today we added in dividing with decimals! 
6th & 7th periods:
Today was CRAZY!! We had an AntiBullying speaker at 1:30 so 6th & 7th periods were cut super duper short. Students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, I gave them about 5 good minutes of class time to set up and begin working through Monday's column of problems. Then, students received a Decimals in the real world sheet that we'll work on tomorrow! 
Friday, August 24th
5th period:
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet. Then, students took notes over Long division! They did such a great job dividing!!! I also told them they would have a quiz over decimals next Wednesday. They need to study the notes in their notebooks. 
6th Period:
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet. Then, students practiced what they've learned about dividing with a fun game of Trasketball!! Way to go Team A!!! 
7th Period:
Today we graded our weekly homework sheet. I was extremely disappointed that several students did NOT have theirs in class. Then, we finished our notes over dividing with decimals. See photo from yesterday's post. 
Thursday, August 23rd
5th Period:
Today we reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. Then, students worked 4 multiplying decimals problems on the white board. The problems were a simple review from yesterday's lesson. Then, students worked with a partner on four multiplying decimals problems that were on the back of the "Decimal Operations" sheet they received earlier in the week. Next, students cut/paste a slotted notes paper on "Long Division" into their notebooks while watching a Math Antics video that's posted on yesterday's post about dividing. Tomorrow we'll review division. 
6th Period:
Today we reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. Then, students finished long division notes from yesterday. They did VERY well with this concept. Afterwards, we moved on to dividing with decimals on page 18 of our notebooks. Then, students worked with a partner to complete a few division problems on the "Decimal Operations" paper we've been working on all week. 
7th Period:
Today we reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. Then, students took notes over Long Division. Yesterday, they were able to watch the videos posted below, but ran out of time to take notes. Many students struggled with dividing in this class. Please encourage your child to review the videos posted below at home for additional help. 
Wednesday, August 22nd
5th Period:
Today students learned how to multiply decimals. Then, we practiced what we've learned. 
6th & 7th Period:
Today students reviewed Wednesday night's column of homework problems. Then, they completed #14 multiplying decimals on their Decimal operations sheet. Afterwards, we began notes over long division. 


Tuesday, August 21st
5th Period:
Today students reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Take note on #1...it should say, "Which of the following is a factor of 16?". I have no clue why I accidentally deleted the words?! Then, we quickly reviewed subtracting across zeros from yesterday. Afterwards, students worked with a partner or in a small group of 3 to find the sum or difference of decimals. Then, we did two adding/subtracting decimal word problems together in class. 
6th & 7th Periods:
Today students reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Take note on #1...it should say, "Which of the following is a factor of 16?". I have no clue why I accidentally deleted the words?! Then, we reviewed adding and subtracting decimals from yesterday. We completed two word problems together in class. Afterwards, students watched a brief decimal operations video (posted below on yesterday's post), and then took notes over multiplying decimals. 
Monday, August 20th
5th, 6th, & 7th periods:
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we reviewed Monday night's column of problems. Afterwards, we watched the video below on the right about adding & subtracting decimals. Then, students took notes over adding and subtracting decimals. We focused a good bit on subtracting across zeros!
6th period > complete #16 on the additional sheet tonight
7th period > complete #13 on the additional sheet tonight
Today students received their weekly homework sheet. Then, we reviewed Monday night's column of problems. Afterwards, we watched the video below on the right about adding & subtracting decimals. Then, students took notes over adding and subtracting decimals. We focused a good bit on subtracting across zeros!
6th period > complete #16 on the additional sheet tonight
7th period > complete #13 on the additional sheet tonight



Friday, August 17th
5th, 6th, & 7th Periods:
Today students graded their weekly homework in class. Then, they worked independently on a Quizizz assignment over GCF and LCM. Their goal was to score 80% or higher.
Today students graded their weekly homework in class. Then, they worked independently on a Quizizz assignment over GCF and LCM. Their goal was to score 80% or higher.
Thursday, August 16th
5th Period:
Today students reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. The weekly sheet is due in class tomorrow. Then, we reviewed LCM from yesterday by working through a practice sheet and then checking together in class. Afterwards, students worked with a partner on GCF and LCM problems interchangeably. Mr. Forney and I quickly learned that students need some extra practice on these. We'll continue working with these tomorrow. 
6th & 7th Periods:
Today students reviewed Thursday night's column of homework problems. Weekly sheet is due tomorrow!!! Then, students worked through word problems with a partner and turned them in. 
Wednesday, August 15th
5th Period:
Today students reviewed Wednesday night's column of homework problems with Mr. Forney. Then, we reviewed students understanding of multiples. Afterwards, students took notes over Multiples and LCM. Then, students completed the back page of the packet from the beginning of the week over Multiples and turned it in. 
6th & 7th Period:
Today students reviewed Wednesday night's column of homework problems. Then, we learned how to solve GCF/LCM real world applications through problems on an interactive flipchart. 
Tuesday, August 14th
5th Period:
Today students reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems with Mr. Forney. Then, we checked the Factor problems that were additional homework last night. Afterwards, students learned a new method of finding the GCF called the Ladder Method. 
Ladder Method

6th & 7th Periods:
Today students reviewed Tuesday night's column of homework problems. Then, we finished our LCM notes from yesterday. Afterwards, students worked with a partner to complete a practice paper over Multiples and LCM. 
Monday, August 13th
5th Period:
Today students received their weekly homework sheet and we reviewed Monday night's column together. Then, We took notes over finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF). Afterwards, students continued to work through their factor sheet from Friday. Those who did not finish in class must finish for additional homework tonight. 
6th & 7th Periods:
Today students received their weekly homework sheet and we reviewed Monday night's column of problems. Then, we quickly reviewed GCF from Friday. Afterwards, students began notes over LCM. We didn't quite finish, so we'll finish tomorrow. 
Friday, August 10th
5th Period:
Today students took notes over Factors & Multiples. Then, they worked with a partner on a practice sheet where they listed out factors. 
6th & 7th Period:
Today students took notes over Greatest Common Factor. They learned a new method called the Ladder Method. This method makes finding the GCF and the LCM so much easier. After notes, students worked independently or with a partner (their choice) on a Factors & GCF practice paper. 
Thursday, August 9th
5th Period:
Today we quickly reviewed tonight's column of homework. Then, students finished reviewing the location of decimals on a number line. Afterwards, they completed an in class practice sheet over place value, rounding, & decimal comparisons. Then, we watched a quick Flocabulary video over Factors. Then, students glued a paper on Factors and Multiples into their notebooks. Tomorrow we'll fill in the blanks and learn more about factors and multiples. 

Wednesday, August 8th
5th, 6th, & 7th periods:
Today students worked through Wednesday night's column of the weekly homework sheet in class. All of them should be finished unless they were absent today. Then, we took notes over Place Value and Rounding. Tomorrow we'll finish up with rounding and talk about factors.
Today students worked through Wednesday night's column of the weekly homework sheet in class. All of them should be finished unless they were absent today. Then, we took notes over Place Value and Rounding. Tomorrow we'll finish up with rounding and talk about factors.
Tuesday, August 7th
5th Period:
Today students set up their math notebooks. They made the first two pages the "Table of Contents". Then, we began some review notes over "Place Value & Rounding". See below. Tonight students should work on completing Tuesday night's column of homework problems. 
6th & 7th Periods:
Today we finished going over the Math Procedures Powerpoint from yesterday. Then, we reviewed Monday and Tuesday night's column of Homework problems. Afterwards, students set up their Math Notebooks for class. MANY MANY students DID NOT have their Composition books. If you purchased your child one and they left it at home, please consider donating it to the class supply. We only got to set up our Table of Contents pages today. 
First few days of school
On the first day of school we'll be receiving all of our First Day of School paperwork to go home along with our new AGENDAS! In each class students will be reading sections of the Agenda as well as learning all about the process of 6th grade.
Feel free to browse through the Google Slides document for our First Day of School.
On Monday, August 6th, students will be learning all about their classes and the classroom expectations. Below you'll discover the Math Google Slides presentation for viewing prior to Monday.
First Day of School Google Slideshow
Mrs. Morgan's Math Class Slideshow
Feel free to browse through the Google Slides document for our First Day of School.
On Monday, August 6th, students will be learning all about their classes and the classroom expectations. Below you'll discover the Math Google Slides presentation for viewing prior to Monday.
First Day of School Google Slideshow
Mrs. Morgan's Math Class Slideshow