10-10-19

Hello Kiddos,

What a QUICK day!  Time flies when you are having fun, right? Here are the highlights from today.

Social Studies: Today in class we revealed “whodunit” for the Case of the Missing Student Teacher.  There is no homework tonight.

Math: Today in class we reviewed the percent portion of the study guide.  Tomorrow is the test over percent and measurement conversions.  The answers to the study guide are below.

10-9-19

Hello Global Citizens and Math Brains,

Here are the highlights from today:

Social Studies:  Today in class we continued with the “whodunit” for the case of the missing student teacher. Tomorrow we reveal the answer and move on.  There is no homework tonight.

Math:  Today we reviewed percent problems.  Tonight please finish #1-6 on the “Solve Percent Problems” homework.  Below is a link to a soundless video to help you. 🙂  Also – BRING YOUR STUDY GUIDE TO CLASS.  We will be going over it in class.

https://youtu.be/yBmCT34_AQY This video has no sound.

10-8-19

Hello Kiddos,

Here are the highlights from today:

• Social Studies:  Today in class we started to solve a “Whodunit” using primary and secondary sources.  Tomorrow we will continue analyzing the “case” to see who the culprit is.  There is no homework tonight.
• Math: Today in class we continued solving problems involving percent using models and proportions.  Below are links to videos that should help with last night’s and tonight’s homework.

See you soon.  Have a nice afternoon.

https://youtu.be/dkazQHu7xJ0 Percent Problems Unknown Total

10-7-19

Hello Kiddos,

There is no SOCIAL STUDIES homework tonight. Tomorrow you will need to decide who to “suspend” based on the evidence from the lunchroom fight situation.

10-3-19

Hello Global Citizens and Math Brains.  I had fun, fun, FUN being your teacher today.  Here are the highlights.

Social Studies:  Today we wrapped up analyzing primary and secondary sources from Christopher Columbus’s discovery of America.  We considered both sources using the APPARTS strategy.  Then you worked in small groups as School Administrators to begin your investigation of a lunchroom fight.  We will continue with that Monday.  Tomorrow you have a quiz, so make sure you study the words on the pink sheet. 🙂

Math:  Today we modeled some “friendly” percent problems using Skittles.  You were also given a study guide for next week’s test (October 11th) on measurement conversions and percent.  We will continue practicing percent next week, so don’t stress out that the problems on the back of the study guide aren’t familiar yet, they will be.

See you Monday, kiddos!  Be your sweet selves for the sub tomorrow.

9-30-19

Hello Global Citizens and Math Brains,

It was lovely seeing your bright, shiny 6th grade faces after our week off today!  Thanks to all of you for a WONDERFUL Monday.  Here are some updates from today:

• Social Studies:  Today we started the unit on European history.  We looked at some vocabulary that we will use when examining historical documents and when we discuss historical events.  The only homework is to finish the environmental issue project if it is not already done.
• Math: Today in class we practiced converting units of measurement using proportions (equivalent ratios).  There is no homework tonight.

9-19-19

Hello Kiddos,

There is no homework for any class tonight since each class took a test.  Go outside and enjoy the BEAUTIFUL weather!  See you tomorrow. 🙂

9-17-19

Good afternoon, kiddos!  Here are the highlights from today.

Social Studies:  Today in class you reviewed some of the “big ideas” for the European Geography test.  In 1st block many of you did not have time to finish the Kahoot, so I included the link and game code below. You will also find the quizziz link and game code, and the ANSWERS to the review guide.  Please make sure you are studying for the test – it is not open note.

Game Code: 0841260

Game Code: 297799

Study Guide (answers included): Unit 1 European Geography Study Guide_key (002)

Math: Today in class we continued writing equivalent ratios and used unit rates to determine if ratios were equivalent.  Here are the  answers to tonight’s homework.

1. – 6. There are infinity correct answers, so do your best. 🙂

7. No

8. No

9. Yes

10. Yes

11. No

12. Yes

13. 33

14. 18

15. 25

16. 55

17. 30

18. 12

See you tomorrow!

9-16-19

Hello Global Citizens and Math Brains,

Here are the highlights from today:

Social Studies:  Today in class we started the environmental issue project.  It is not homework tonight, as we will be working on it in class throughout the week.  Homework tonight is to complete the Europe Location, Climate, Distribution of Natural Resources “Quiz.”  This is just a completion grade, we will check it in class tomorrow.

Math:  Today in class we looked at writing equivalent ratios.  We will continue with equivalent ratios tomorrow.  Remember to study for your test on Thursday.  🙂

See you tomorrow.