**May 18: Check IXL Lessons on Multiplying and Dividing Decimals.**

**May 2: the following assignment is due next Monday, May 7. There are 6 questions and you are expected to do as many as you can.**

FRACTIONS PROBLEMS

FRACTIONS PROBLEMS

**April 27: This weekend you will be expected to spend approximately 30 minutes working through a nine part tutorial on fractions. Please click on the following link, watch the videos, and work through the activities: FRACTIONS**

March 23:We will continue our study of fractions after the break. Please be watching for times when we could be using fractions outside of school. Please remember to keep up with your basic operations practice, and feel free to check out the Fractions lessons in IXL.

March 23:

February 9: Click on the following: Algebra Equations practice

__Begin working on IXL Lessons on One Variable Equations (X.1 - X.8)__

**January 29:****January 12: Patterns problems assignment**

This will be handed in Tuesday, January 16.

Nov. 30

The following Math assignments need to be handed in on Monday, Dec.4.

This will be handed in Tuesday, January 16.

Nov. 30

The following Math assignments need to be handed in on Monday, Dec.4.

a) Mr. Peterson needs your help! He has just opened a Pizza Parlour but he does not know how many combinations he can advertise that he makes. If he

decides to use 4 different toppings, how many different pizza combinations could he offer? What if he had 5 different toppings? What about 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 toppings?

b) Please complete the assignment from the following link: Guess and Check Problems

C)

**You will need to show/prove to me how many handshakes would occur between 2 people, 3 people, 4, 5, ... 10, and try to use a formula or pattern to determine how many handshakes would occur between 25 people. You need to make a chart, use some diagrams, and discover and explain a pattern! Good luck!!**

__The Handshake Problem__D) Monday, Tuesday Problems

Nov. 9: Here are a couple of links to division tutorials: 1) Cool kids Math

2) Intro. to Long Division

3) Long Division with 2 digit divisor

Students should be working on IXL Lessons F.1 - F.6 on Division.

Oct. 12: Students should be finished their Math Homework worksheet by Monday Oct. 16. Please click here - Math Worksheet

Oct. 6: Students should be working on IXL Lessons E.1 - E.7 on Multiplication

Sept.21:

Students are asked to check to make sure that they can log on to ixl, and are reminded to continue to practice their basic skills. Students are asked to check their ixl username and password and begin working on place value lessons in the grade 6 section. Click on following link: www.ixl.com

Please check out the following websites for some extra practice.

__http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/ekowalcz/math/elementary_web_sites.htm__

__http://www.aplusmath.com/Flashcards/multiplication.html__

__http://www.mathfactcafe.com/__

__http://www.wmnet.org.uk/wmnet/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/850/calcbalancev3.swf__

__http://www.funbrain.com/tictactoe/index.html__

__http://media.emgames.com/emgames/demosite/playdemo.html?activity=M2A073&activitytype=swf__

__http://www.kidsnumbers.com/apple-baskets-multiplication.php__

__http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/timestable/__

__http://www.coolmath4kids.com/__

__http://www.kidskonnect.com/content/view/292/27/__

__http://www.scienceacademy.com/BI/__

__http://mathsnet.net/cruncher/index.html__

__http://www.aaamath.com/__

__http://www.aplusmath.com/__

__http://www.quia.com/shared/math/__(rags to riches game is like “Who wants to be a millionaire)

w

__ww.__

**math**-**drills.com/fractions**.**shtml**__www.__

**math**sisfun.com/**worksheets**/index.php__http://www.freemathworksheets.net/__

__http://mathwire.com/games/games.html__

May 16: Please complete page 319 - 320 #1 - 15 for Friday.

May 9: please complete #1 - 15 by Monday May 15 page 312

May 1: Mid chapter review is due on Wednesday, May 3.

Click here: Mid chapter

April 28: Please click on the following to help prepare for our quiz next week. chapter review Read over the two pages and check out the questions to make sure you understand how to complete them. Be prepared to ask about any questions that were difficult to understand on Monday and Tuesday.

April 26: Please complete page 302 - 303 #1 - 15 for Friday.

April 19: Please complete questions 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10 from page 298

Students should also be working on the IXL Lessons G.1 - G.6 on Multiplying Decimals.

April 12: the following assignment is due on Monday: pages 293-295

April 5: Please complete #2, and 4 - 9 by Friday: Order of Operations

March 14: Please complete the following by Thursday, March 16: pages 96 - 97 #1 - 10

March 7: The following assignment is due on Friday, March 10 - page 89 #1 - 6, instead of completing question #7 please create one challenge question of you own.

Feb. 24: Please spend 15 minutes this weekend on IXL Lessons I.1, I.2, and I.3 on prime numbers. The following page will be due on Tuesday, Feb. 28: Ch. 3 Practice

Feb. 17: Please click on the following link and spend 20 minutes reading pages 78 - 79 and attempting the questions on page 80: Prime and Composite

Feb. 9: Please click on the following link for homework that is due on Tuesday Feb. 14. (page 76, Identifying Multiples, String Art)

Jan. 31: Please click the following for Homework that is due on Thursday, Feb. 2 - pages 72-73 #1 - 13

(You are expected to work for a maximum of 30 minutes on this assignment)

Jan. 20: pages 28 - 30 due Tuesday Jan. 24. click here: page 28 -30

Jan. 13: Equivalent Equations - please complete #'s 1 - 8

Dec. 20: Please complete questions 3 - 10 on pages 14 and 15. Use the following Link - pages 13 - 15

Dec. 14: Here is a practice Patterns Test if you would like to look ahead for what you will need to know next week: Practice Patterns

Dec. 12: Click here for our-

Finding the Rule Assignment

Here are some extra Algebra/Patterns practice questions:

Algebra/Patterns Practice

All students in 6P and 6A are reminded that they should be working on their math facts regularly at home. Here is a link to the program that will be used for most of our math homework: http://ca.ixl.com/

June 3: Please complete the following by Tuesday, June 7: read page 318, and complete all odd #s on pages 319 - 320. Ch. 9 review

May 17: May 13: Please complete #2,4,6,8 on page 298. Estimate first and then show all of your work: page 298

You should also finish #10, 12, and 14 by Thursday, as well as Page 302 - 303 #4, 8, and 10. Click on the following link pages 302-303.

April 26: Check out the following link and use it to make your own notes on how to multiply decimals. Include 3 - 5 points and examples. Click here - Multiplying Decimals

April 22: Here is a copy of our decimals assignment for this weekend: Decimals

Math help is available every Monday and Wednesday at 3:30.

April 8: Please use the following review assignments to prepare for our Math test: Chapters 1 - 3 review

Another Chapter 1 - 3 review

March 21:

__1) What are they? 2) Where do we use them? (provide at least two specific examples/applications) 3) Draw and label a number line from -10 to +10 4) What are opposite integers? (use examples to show understanding) 5) complete #1 - 6 on page 92 Representing Integers__

**Integers**May 21: Geometry Introduction - please check the following link: Geometry

May 21: Please check the following link, and then begin working through the lessons under GEOMETRY: http://www.adaptedmind.com/gradelist.php?grade=6

April 13: Please click on the following link for practice and review on fractions and mixed numbers: http://www.coolmath4kids.com/fractions/index.html

March 9:

1) complete the following questions (

**):**

__be sure to estimate first, and show all of your work__a) 12 x 14 = b) 90 x 80 =

c) 441 ÷ 21 = d) 992 ÷ 31 = e) 875 ÷ 25 =

2) Complete the homework #1 - 7 check the link on the homework page

3) Complete the Nelson Lesson below

4) Research what INTEGERS are and what they can be used for

5) Work on Integers Lessons in IXL

March 3: Complete the following lesson from the Nelson Link (below) by Monday, March 9: Lesson 6 - Solve Problems Using an Organized List

__http://www.nelson.com/mathfocus/grade6/__

***leave out question #9***

Feb. 13: Please be sure to work on the activities in the nelson link below. Follow the instructions under the link. Remember to work on your IXL Lessons as well: Identifying Factors, Prime and Composite Numbers, Greatest Common Factors, Prime Factorization. Check Homework page for more information.

Jan. 28: Please check out this wonderful link for practicing the Math concepts that we cover in class -

__http://www.nelson.com/mathfocus/grade6/__

To start please open the link, Step 1: click on Student Centre, Step 2 click on Try it Out, Step 3 Click on the activities for Chapter 3 (ex. Identifying Factors) eventually we will be working through all of the activities in Chapter 3

Jan. 5:

Please use the following link to practice your skills with Order of Operations

http://cemc2.math.uwaterloo.ca/mathfrog/english/kidz/order.shtml

Each game takes 2 minutes, so please play at least 5 games this week.

Please also check the following IXL link for practice with Order of Operations:

http://ca.ixl.com/math/grade-5/simplify-expressions-using-order-of-operations-and-parentheses

Here is one more Order of Operations game that you may want to try:

http://mrnussbaum.com/orderops

Dec. 8:

Please use the following videos as reminders of our lessons on equations:

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-sixth-grade-math/cc-6th-expressions-and-variables/cc-6th-solving-equations/v/why-we-do-the-same-thing-to-both-sides-simple-equations

__https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-sixth-grade-math/cc-6th-expressions-and-variables/cc-6th-beginner-equations/v/simple-equations__

Nov. 27:

LONG DIVISION REMINDERS: http://www.coolmath4kids.com/long-division/long-division-lesson-1.html

Nov.14: We will be working on Patterns for the next couple of weeks in Math class. Please find practice problems that you are expected to complete for homework in the link below. Starting this weekend you should be completing on average one per night.

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