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Grade 7/8
Homework Pencil Homework for 7/8-Majkowski

No HW!

 

Curriculum Night is tonight. See you there! 

 

Here is the link to Mr. Majk's presentation if you can't come:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SKi_ACgJXspDF-iFU6XTDBKPD9IsRqKK5g4xhjARVQg/edit?usp=sharing

Go to Jeffrey Majkowski's Page >


Homework Pencil Homework for 7/8-Cunningham

7th: we will continue to dig tomorrow and on Friday, so dress appropriately

8th: don't forget to turn in your field trip slip and money

Go to Nedine Cunningham's Page >


Homework Pencil Homework for 7/8-Foster

7th: Lesson 14 Problem Set Odds (1,3,5,7)

8th: Lesson 2 Problem Set Selected Questions:1,2,7,8

Go to Justen Foster's Page >


Homework Pencil Homework for 7/8-Faber

7th grade:  Ecosystem Presentations today

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Grade 5
Homework Pencil Homework for 5/6-Simmons

5th: None

6th: Wordly Wise 2B and 2E 5-8

Vocab and Spelling test on MONDAY 10/16

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Homework Pencil Homework for 5/6-Nelson

WELCOME!!

5th and 6th Grade Parents

YOU MADE IT!!

 

** EXTRA CREDIT RIDDLE ** EXTRA CREDIT RIDDLE **

Replace the question marks with mathematical symbols (+, -, x, or division symbol - line with a dot above and one below)

                   9  ?  2  ?  2  ?  6 = 20

5TH GRADERS: Complete the Stone Age tools worksheet that we worked on today in class. THINK about what you know about leisure time during the  Stone Age - what types of activities did Stone Agers take part in when they were not working/hunting/gathering? What did Stone Agers eat?

 

6TH GRADERS: Tell ONE ADULT about 2 different types of maps you learned about today. What was the stangest or most interesting map? Remember, if you can COUNT "it", there is a map for it!!

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Homework Pencil Homework for 5/6-Guyther

5-1-X1 Sheet 

6-1-11 Sheet

 

REMEMBER CLASSWORK MAY BE POSTED BELOW TO USE AS A RESOURCE!

Go to MaryEllen Guyther's Page >



Homework Pencil Homework for 6-7 Enrichment Math & Algebra: DeBettencourt

 

Algebra 1

Homework:

Do problems from the following worksheets:

Section 3.4 Level C

Section 3.4 Challenge

 

Click here for the notes from class



Grade 8

Homework:

Dividing Decimals.

Page 36 - Worksheet

Practice Set #3 - Odd problems

Show all work for EVERY problem.

click here for the notes from class

Tonight's Extra Credit:

At least 15 minutes on the link below:

reportD.4Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers



Grade 7

Homework:

1) Finish your Mod 1 Test Corrections

2) Visit IXL and work for at least 15 minutes on one of the following sections:

 

Operations with integers

  1. reportC.4Complete addition and subtraction equations with integers
  2. click here for the notes from class



     

Important: Homework grades will include IXL!

 



Grade 6

Homework:

1) Finish lesson 16

2) If possible, get pictures from a grocery store comparing the "Unit Prices" of a product that comes in various sizes: ex. Cereal, Soda, Ketchup, etc.....

 

Click here for the notes from class

Do 15-20 minutes on the following IXL Links:

R.9Unit rates: word problems

 

Go to Ken DeBettencourt's Page >





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