We are officially at the mid-point of Unit 3. We took our mid unit test over the last two class periods and will resume with normal instruction when we return.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!!
Today we began our lesson on Order of Operations. Many students finished their HW in class but I assigned a worksheet with twelve problems for practice. Below is the video that we watched to begin class.
Good Morning All,
Today we reviewed exponents. I assigned the worksheet below. If you would like additional review then watch the link the video.
Good Afternoon Everyone!
We will be starting our study guide tomorrow for our Unit 2 Post test. The post test will be administered over two days, Thursday and Friday.
You can find the answers to the study guide at the link below:
Today, we learned about the metric system and how to convert metric units of measurement! Here is the video we watched to help us remember the order of each unit.
First, I hope everyone has a great weekend!
The HW is attached below with the base unit chart to help solve.
**P.S. Skip numbers 5 and 11.
Today the students were preparing for conference week. There is no homework tonight.
Have a wonderful evening,
Good Evening Everyone,
Below is the HW we will be completing for the rest of the week. The boys and girls have been catching on quickly and I hope that they continue to enjoy learning as they have over the last two days.
Please be on the lookout for a letter fron me inviting you to a conference during the week of October 16th- 19th. I look forward to that time with you and your child.
Students and parents,
What a wonderful finish to the week! When we return we will dive into rates and ratios. Please check out the video below to get a head start on our work.
Have a wonderful break!
Happy Wednesday Everyone!
Below is the power point that we used in class today as a foundation for our lesson. Please review that and fill in the gaps in your notes.
The Virtual Nerd link below is an example of what we worked through at the end of class. We use Factor Trees to find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of two or more numbers. Please watch this video and review the process for class.
For the rest of the week, we will be taking an “Almost There Test” to test the classes overall knowledge to this point. Next week, we will be completing our lessons on GCF and then learning how to find the least common multiple of two or more numbers.
For Mrs. Hedlund’s class please go to http://www.cobblearning.net/thedlund/
Have a great evening,