For The Week of March 18, 2019

     

                                                                                  For the Week of 3/18/19

                                                                                             Eighth Grade:

Monday: On Monday, we will work on Scatter Points. For homework do problems 12-14 on page 438.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will start the topic of Trend Lines and Predictions. For homework do problems one-five on page 442.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will work on word problems and Trend Lines. For homework do problems 15-17 on page 444.

Thursday: On Thursday, we will start the topic of Two Way Tables. For homework do problems one-three on page 454.

Friday: On Friday, we will continue working on Two Way Tables on pages 455 and 456. There is no homework.

                                                                                  Seventh and Sixth Grade:

Both grades will be working on the packets that are derived from the state site. This site provides prior test that will reflect the tests in May. For homework for both classes please complete at least three problems, past the page we finish on for that day. Every day allows for new topic to be discussed and analyzed whether a student is taking the test in May or not, the topics reviewed will appear either this, or next year on tests.

                                                                                              Fifth Grade:

Monday: On Monday, we will be working on liquid measurements. For homework do problems 17-19 on page 593.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will continue working on liquid measurements. For homework do problems 10-12 on page 595.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will be working on word problems and measurements. For homework do problems one-four on page 598.

Thursday: On Thursday, the student will be measuring objects in the classroom and translating the numbers to another unit value. Three problems will be assigned for homework.

Friday: On Friday, we will continue working on measurements and incorporate greater than or less than with measurements. There is no homework.