**Homework**

**Monday June 3, 2019 - FINAL EXAMS FOR 5, 6, 7 ARE TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY - ONE TEST - TWO DAYS TO COMPLETE - YOU WILL BE TOLD HOW FAR YOU MUST GET ON DAY 1, THAT PORTION WILL BE GRADED ON TUESDAY NIGHT AND YOU WILL GET THE TEST BACK TO COMPLETE ON WEDNESDAY.**

**5th**: practice problems for your final exam // parent signature on final review // review guide is HERE if you need it.

The math exam is not divided into two parts. The students are given two days to complete the one test.

The 5th grade exam follows the order of the study guide. Often it is helpful for students to know which topics come first. There are 4 word problems out of 60 problems. The last 8 problems are multiple choice and deal with vocabulary used all year and geometric terms. There are 4 problems classifying triangles. The websites that I posted can be very helpful. I'd suggest stepping through the review guide and doing a few problems in each category. Move on if you are successful, do a few more if you need help.

**6th**:practice problems for your final exam - practice percent problems HERE, or compound area problems HERE Use www.math-aids.com to get practice sheets for almost all of your exam topics. You can click **HERE** for the homepage.

**7th**: Use math-aids.com to print practice worksheets with answers. The home page is **HERE****. **Worksheets about equations can be found **HERE****. **Use your textbook as a reference, too. Any work you do in the textbook can be checked with me on Monday.

A good link for percent problems is **HERE**

A good link for solving equations is **https://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg1/Two-Step%20Equations.pdf**

A good link for inequalities is **https://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg1/Two-Step%20Inequalities.pdf**

Another good site for pythagorean theorem is **https://www.mathworksheets4kids.com/pythagorean-theorem/customary/missing-sides-1.pdf**

A probability worksheet can be found here **https://www.mathworksheets4kids.com/probability/independent-dependent-1.pdf**

**8th**: Practice for your final.

**Wednesday May, 29, 2019 - FINAL EXAMS FOR 5, 6, 7 ARE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY - ONE TEST - TWO DAYS TO COMPLETE**

**5th**: practice problems for your final exam // parent signature on final review // review guide is HERE if you need it.

The math exam is not divided into two parts. The students are given two days to complete the one test.

The 5th grade exam follows the order of the study guide. Often it is helpful for students to know which topics come first. There are 4 word problems out of 60 problems. The last 8 problems are multiple choice and deal with vocabulary used all year and geometric terms. There are 4 problems classifying triangles. The websites that I posted can be very helpful. I'd suggest stepping through the review guide and doing a few problems in each category. Move on if you are successful, do a few more if you need help.

**6th**:practice problems for your final exam - practice percent problems HERE, or compound area problems HERE Use www.math-aids.com to get practice sheets for almost all of your exam topics. You can click **HERE** for the homepage.

**7th**: section 4 in final review. Use math-aids.com to print practice worksheets with answers. The home page is **HERE****. **Worksheets about equations can be found **HERE****. **Use your textbook as a reference, too. Any work you do in the textbook can be checked with me on Monday.

**8th**: complete online practice test.

**Tuesday May, 28, 2019**

**5th**: practice problems for your final exam // parent signature on final review

**6th**:practice problems for your final exam - practice percent problems HERE, or compound area problems HERE As stated in class - this is not DUE tomorrow - you are not expected to complete the pages - they are for your independent practice - we can go over anything that you have trouble with tomorrow. :)

**7th**: section 3 in final review

**8th**: practice problems in textbook for final exam - come with questions

**Thursday May, 21, 2019**

**5th**: complete page 350 1-14. (wb pages from last night complete, too. WB 261, 262 1-6, 263, 264 1-4)// parent signature on final review

**6th**:review pages 1st column only

**7th**: quiz on histogram, line plot, box and whisker and stem and leaf. You will need to make one of each and answer questions about each. Your packet is a good place to review the process to make each and see the types of questions you can get asked.

**8th**: pg 211 26-40

**Tuesday May, 21, 2019**

**5th**: no homework

**6th**:probability test tomorrow : outline below

1) compound probabilities (ie with and without replacement)

2) simple probabilities

3) experimental probabilities vs. theoretical (what you expect)

4) universal counting principle (multiplying choices to get total number of options)

5) determine IF a situation calls for a combination or a permutation (ie. does order matter?)

6) calculate combinations and permutations.

7) odds (and how they relate to probabilities)

**7th**: finish box and whisker pages in packet // get final review packet signed by parent

8th: Quiz tomorrow on 11.1 and 11.2 // get final overview signed by parent

**Monday May, 20, 2019**

5th: workbook 259 and 260 - we will have a quiz/graded assignment on geometry on Thursday

6th:probability packet due tomorrow-page 103 in the workbook packet - get final overview signed by parent

7th: test corrections / packet up to and including the first box and whisker page // get final review packet signed by parent

8th: Quiz on Wednesday on 11.1 and 11.2 // get final overview signed by parent

**Friday May, 17, 2019**

5th: workbook 287 and 288

6th:probability packet due Tuesday - get final overview signed by parent

7th: tb page 56 9-25 - get final review packet signed by parent

8th: Page 674 11-39 odd and 51-57 odd - get final overview signed by parent

**Thursday May, 16, 2019**

**5th: no homework**

**6th: wb (packet) page 102 and ss quiz on 49-52 tomorrow**

**7th:no homework**

**8th: textbook 667/668 9-29 odd and 31-47 - check your ODD answers in the book!!!**

**Wednesday May, 15, 2019**

**5th: quiz on order of operations :) You can do some practice ****HERE****. If you’d like to practice basic exponents, you can check this out ****HERE**** or **https://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/grade6/PDFs/Exponents_Worksheets_Easy.pdf

**6th: wb (packet) page 101 and ss quiz on 49-25 on Friday**

**7th: test on probability tomorrow.**

**8th: Cumulative review due on tomorrow. **

**Tuesday May, 14, 2019**

**5th: page 69 in workbook - show work in copybook**

**6th: wb (packet) page 100 and ss 53**

**7th: review probability and universal counting principle for quiz/test/graded assignment tomorrow**

**8th: test moved to tomorrow. Cumulative review due on Thursday.**

**Homeroom Information**

**Links**

Click **here** for online facts practice. First click the button at the top for the operation you’d like to practice, then the factors you’d like included in your practice.

Click **here** for the math antics website. This site has free videos that very clearly explain many math topics. The videos are listed under "lessons".

Click** ****here**** **for 8th grade Pearson Textbook website.

Kuta software** ****practice** for Algebra problems.

**Documents **