**Homework, Assessments, Due Dates**

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**Calendar 6th grade**

Ixl links to help with Go Math chapters 6th grade

Book 6th

Ixl links to help with Go Math chapters 7th grade

Book 7th

**Calendar 8th grade**

Ixl links to help with Go Math chapters 8th grade

Book 8th

**What Are My Grades?**

parent portal

**Math Lab**

Check to see if you have your math lab assignments up to date

username first name and your last name (no space)

password springs

Learning farm

**Extra help/test make ups - 4th period M,T,H,F**

Listed below are a few extra help sites for students and parents helping students : )

__Homework help simplified__

__Khan__

Academy

Academy

__Live-brary__

mangahigh

kahoot!

Learning Farm

mangahigh

:)

Brain Game

**Supplies for 2017-2018**

6th 8th graders 2 Blue Spiral notebooks, 1 blue folder, many many pencils, a sharpener, dry erase markers

Link to the course, supplies and summer homework

**Standards**

Curriculum for all grades

**Summer Math Homework**

The following IXL is due the first week of September. It will help you start the year with a strong mathematical foundation in 8th grade! Please go into ixl.com, and complete the following topics. You must score at least an 80 for each exercise to count. Each completed exercise will count as 10 points for your first math quiz next year! Have fun!

**5th graders going into 6th Grade Summer Homework. This is your first grade for the year!**

Equivalent Fractions K.4 5th grade

All operations of decimals O.5 5th grade

Greatest Common Factor E.7 6th grade

Least common Multiple E.8 6th grade

Convert decimals to mixed numbers F.4 6th grade

Compare and order integers M.5 6th grade

Evaluate numerical expressions O.3 6th grade

Add subtract multiply divide fractions O.7 6th grade

Compare and order rational numbers P.1 6th grade

Put rational numbers in orders P.2 6th grade

Solve the proportion R.11 6th grade

**7th graders going into 8th grade. This is your first grade for the year**

Add and subtract integers C.3 grade 8

Multiply divide integers C.7

Understand Exponents F.1

Solving 2 Step equations W.7

Write equations for proportional relationships I.2 or I.5

Graph proportional relations I.7

Find measures of Comp. Supp. Vert and Adj. angles O.10

Complete a table for a linear function Z.7

Graph a line from a function table z.8

Solve a system of equation by graphing AA.2

**Homework**

Students are expected to re-read their notes and finish any unfinished class work every night. There is always vocabulary to study as well. Please be sure your notebooks are always up to date as they will be collected and graded. Class notes and homework should be neat, dated and clearly labeled in the front of your spiral. Vocabulary and key points will be in the back of your math only spiral notebook. Current vocabulary will be in blue attached to each grade page. It is best for students to come in with specific questions and places they looked for help on those questions the next day so I can best support them quickly. General homework pages are listed next to each topic via each grade page. Calendars will keep you up to date on topics we are currently learning, when assessments are, and when things are due in addition to general school information pertaining to that grade. For individual assignments please check your agenda. Extra practice or homework credit (if you are absent or do not have your agenda at home) can be obtained by writing and completing the corresponding video lessons or completing 85 mastery level for one or more corresponding ixl links. All work must be shown in their math only spiral notebook or it will not count. Only neat, complete, labeled homework will be accepted

**Assessments**

Students will be quizzed when a module is finished. Being prepared is half of your success with anything. Students are expected to know when a quiz is and bring home the necessary tools needed to succeed. Any assessments below an 80 should be signed and returned with corrections or the student jeopardizes getting a strike. Corrections that count as points back are only offered on tests. Parents can use parent portal to see grades.

**6th graders going into 7th grade**

c.3 adding and subtraction integers

c.7 multiply and divide fractions

g.1 add and subtract fractions

g.12 divide fractions

h.1 convert between decimals and fractions

j.11 solve proportions: word problems

L.4 estimate percents of numbers

r.3 evaluate linear expressions

R.13 add and subtract like terms

s.5 solve one step equations

**Acclerated 7th graders going into 8th grade summer work**

v.1 Exponents with integer bases

W.1 Convert between standard and scientific notation

k.4 Solve 1-step linear inequalities:addition & subtraction

U.2 Solve a system of equations by graphing

U.4 Find the # of solutions to a system of equation

J.9 solve linear equations

D.8 Multi-step problems with percents

O.1 Word problems

S.3 Find the slope from two points

S.9 Linear equations

**8th graders going into 9th grade**

Exponents with integer bases V.1

Convert between standard and scientific notation W.1

Solve 1 step linear inequalities :addition & subtraction K.4

Solve a system of equation by graphing U.2

Find the # of solutions to a system of equations U.4

Solve linear equations J.9

Multi-step problems with percents D.8

Word problems mixed review O.1

Find the slope from two points S.3

Linear equations: solve for y S.9

8th grade break down of the course, supplies and summer homework

Have fun!! See you next year!!!

What a practice state exam looks like;

book 1

book 2

book 3

6th Grade Math

I cannot wait to teach you next year!☺

Here are the topics we will be working on and supplies you will need to succeed. Please go to my teacher page 6th Grade Math to see corresponding video lessons on each topic you will be learning this year ☺

Major Topics

- FRACTIONS Add, subtract, multiply, divide fractions and mixed numbers without a common denominator
- Ratios Example: There are 3 roses to every tulip 3:1 3 to 1 3/1
- Decimals Add, subtract, multiply and divide.
- Algebra One step equations with one variable
- Inequalities Solving, graphing, at least >, at most <
- Linear
- Plotting points that graph linear relations
- What is dependent vs. independent variables

- Surface area and volume

- Mean, median, mode, mean absolute deviation, box plots

- 2 BLUE Spiral notebooks
- BLUE Folder
- Many Pencils
- Sharpener
- dry erase markers

No puedo esperar para enseñarte el próximo año!

Aquí están los temas que estaremos trabajando y una lista de lo que necesitará para tener éxito. Por favor, vaya a mi página que dice maestro de 6to Grado de Matemáticas para ver las lecciones de video correspondientes sobre cada tema que va a aprender este año ☺

Temas principales

* FRACCIONES Sumar, restar, multiplicar, dividir fracciones y números mixtos sin un denominador común

* Ratios Ejemplo: Hay 3 rosas a cada tulipán 3: 1 3 a 1 3/1

* Decimales Sumar, restar, multiplicar y dividir.

* Álgebra Ecuaciones de un paso con una variable

* Desigualdades Resolver, graficos, por lo menos>, como máximo <

* Lineal

Trazar puntos que representan gráficamente las relaciones lineales

¿Qué es dependiente vs. las variables independientes

Temas de apoyo

* Superficie y volumen

Temas Adicionales

* Media, mediana, modo, desviación absoluta media, diagramas de caja

Suministros:

2 AZULES Cuadernos espirales

Carpeta AZUL

Muchos lápices

sacapuntas

Goma (Glue Stick) y lápices de colores serán necesarios más adelante en el año para el proyecto

Algunos sitios web que pueden ayudarte durante el verano para la diversión matemática ☺

* Www.ixl.com

* Http://mangahigh.com

* Http: //.khanacademy.org/math

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**Parent letter, 6th grade trip information and forms**