R1 R2 R3 R4 are due tomorrow we will be going to the lap to work on these but please make sure your student is also working on them at home. Anything below an 85 is a 50 in the grade book. For homework they have a ratio worksheet. For problem 4 there are 4 cats to 10 animals. The students do not have to do the decimals and percents in the last problem.
DUE Oct 3 IXL R.1, R.2, R.3, R.4
Due Sept 22 6th grade A.5 and A.6
Students are to complete the worksheets started in class on division of mixed numbers and dividing fractions worksheet. The students are to also study for the test on Friday.
Some students have expressed a desire to retake the Test from Tuesday. In order to do a retake the student must complete pages 166 and 167 in their textbook. they must show their work for all 18 problems. Once they show me the complete work I will leave a test for them in Morning tutoring, Tue-Thur tutoring, or Sat school.
Tonights homework has tomorrow homework on the back. We are only doing the work with the small fractions not the mix numbers. The mix numbers are tomorrows homework.
We will be taking 2 touch stone on Thursday the first is over long division and the second is over GCF and LCM.
Students are to complete the worksheets started in class on reciprocal, changing mix numbers to improper fractions and dividing fractions. Students will be given a spiral homework assignment that is due Tue Sept 12.
This week we will be working on division of fractions. The students will go over reciprocal of a fraction (or number), dividing fractions, and dividing mixed numbers. We will have a test on Friday over dividing fractions. Next week will be the end of unit 1. We will have our unit one “Almost there” test on Wed Sept 13, and our unit 1 test on Friday Sept 15. If your student makes a 90 or higher on the “almost there” they will not be required to take the unit 1 test and there grade for the “almost there” will count as there unit one score.
Review homework and review for test on Friday. The test on Friday will cover Prime numbers, composite numbers, prime factorization, Gcf and Lcm.