6th Grade Math  Homework/Tests/Quizzes
Dear PARENTS, the following website is designed to keep you informed and to share valuable information about what your student is currently working on and the study materials to help them be successful at this critical grade level. Students need to only click on the links and study the necessary materials to help them prepare for the coming assessments. (The Current quarter is below while previous quarters are linked on the buttons.)
Below you will find each week is comprised of the following 4 items:
1) ASSESSMENTS: This is what has been communicated to the students within the classroom setting. This has been placed with the week & date, so as to be the first reminder of what to expect that week. This is subject to change.
2) NOTES/VOCABULARY: The notes and vocabulary have been given to students during the class period, but have been replicated for your convenience to keep you apprised of what your student is working on. For students that have been out, they may copy the notes in order to avoid any gaps in their studies.
3) VIDEOS: Though we go over the concepts in class, it is always helpful to be able to review how a particular topic is accomplished. These have also been placed here for the parents showing you some of the possible techniques to assist your child. They may play these videos as often as they need.
4) HOMEWORK: These assignments are given to students as practice prior to assessments so that they can be successful. We require students to work the problems out on paper for better accuracy and that these worksheets are to be handed in on Friday at the beginning of their class period. Students who do NOT turn in the work will only receive 70% of what they achieved.. The current program monitors how a student is doing and lets them know if they need to make a correction. If a student makes a mistake, the program gives helpful advice at the bottom of the page and shares with them how to solve it. HOMEWORK REPAIR  When a student finishes missing homework, they need to fill out an index card with their FIRST & LAST Name, period they are in AND What WEEK(S) they have completed to the teacher for them to receive credit.
 Unless otherwise noted, Advanced students are required to achieve a 100% proficiency and Regular students are to achieve an 80% proficiency.
Below you will find each week is comprised of the following 4 items:
1) ASSESSMENTS: This is what has been communicated to the students within the classroom setting. This has been placed with the week & date, so as to be the first reminder of what to expect that week. This is subject to change.
2) NOTES/VOCABULARY: The notes and vocabulary have been given to students during the class period, but have been replicated for your convenience to keep you apprised of what your student is working on. For students that have been out, they may copy the notes in order to avoid any gaps in their studies.
3) VIDEOS: Though we go over the concepts in class, it is always helpful to be able to review how a particular topic is accomplished. These have also been placed here for the parents showing you some of the possible techniques to assist your child. They may play these videos as often as they need.
4) HOMEWORK: These assignments are given to students as practice prior to assessments so that they can be successful. We require students to work the problems out on paper for better accuracy and that these worksheets are to be handed in on Friday at the beginning of their class period. Students who do NOT turn in the work will only receive 70% of what they achieved.. The current program monitors how a student is doing and lets them know if they need to make a correction. If a student makes a mistake, the program gives helpful advice at the bottom of the page and shares with them how to solve it. HOMEWORK REPAIR  When a student finishes missing homework, they need to fill out an index card with their FIRST & LAST Name, period they are in AND What WEEK(S) they have completed to the teacher for them to receive credit.
 Unless otherwise noted, Advanced students are required to achieve a 100% proficiency and Regular students are to achieve an 80% proficiency.
Wk 10  Oct 16  Oct 20
We will begin our discussion of percents this week: what are they and how are they used. . ** Quiz on 10/20 ** It will cover finding percents, percents of a number, and unit rates. Homework: For Regular, it is IXL lesson R.7 to a score of 90 and Advanced IXL lesson R.9 to a score of 100. Videos: Wk 9  Oct 09  Oct 13: We will continue our study of unit rates and unit pricing this week. Fri: NO SCHOOL Homework: This week's homework is to complete any IXL assignment not previously completed. For Regular, HW assignments have been lessons C.5, O.4, L.7, and E.7/8. Advanced assignments have been C.6, O.5, O.8, and E.9. notes_on_rates_and_unit_rates.pdf Videos:
Wk 8  Oct 02  Oct 06:
Will cover Ratios, Rates, and Unit Rates this week. Test on Thursday, 10/5 will cover these concepts as well as GCF, LCM, and Distributive Property. Homework for this week is IXL Lessons E.7 and E.8 for Regular to a score of 60 on both lessons. For Advanced it is IXL Lesson E.9 to a score of 100. It is due Friday, 10/6. notes_on_ratios.pdf Videos
Wk 7  Sep 25  Sep 29:
Will cover finding Greatest Common Factor, Least Common Multiple, and Distributive Property this week. Quiz on Friday will cover these topics. HOMEWORK: IXL lesson L.8 for regular and IXL lesson O.8 for advanced. Videos:
Wk 6  Sep 18  Sep 22:
See week 4 for details. Just continued it and had quiz on Dividing Mixed Numbers on Friday 9/22. Wk 5  Sep 11  Sep 15:
NO SCHOOL THIS WEEK DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA 
UNIT 2 VOCABULARY WORDS: greatest common factor, least common multiple, quotient, ratio, conversion, numerator, denominator, factors, multiples

WK 4  Sept 4  Sept 8:
Mon:  Labor Day (NO SCHOOL) Tue: Notes on Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Wed: Practice on Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Thur: Word Problems involving Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Fri: Quiz on Multiplying and Dividing Fractions HOMEWORK: IXL Lesson O.4 for regular and O.5 for advanced. NOTES: notes_on_multiplying_fractions.pdf notes_on_dividing_fractions.pdf VIDEOS:
Wk 3  Aug 28  Sep 01: Mon: Notes on Division with decimals in the divisor Tue: Centers and small groups, decimal operations Wed: Review of all decimal operations Thur: Review of All Decimal Operations Fri: Test on All Decimal Operations Homework: IXL Lesson C5 regular, C6 adv. NOTES: notes_on_add_and_sub_decimals.pdf notes_on_mult._decimals.pdf notes_on_div._decimals.pdf VIDEOS: Dividing Decimals Wk 2  Aug 21  Aug 25:
Mon: Long Division Tue: Adding & Subtracting Decimals Wed: Multiplying Decimals Thur: Multiplying Decimals Fri: Quiz on Long Division, Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Decimals Homework: None this week Videos: Wk 1  Aug 14  Aug 18:
Mon: Go over expectations and Procedures Tue: Go over expectations and Procedures Wed: Divisibility Rules Thur: Long Division Fri: Long Division Homework: Sign up for Remind Videos: 
