Rising up to 6th grade summer review
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9/3 - 9/6
TUESDAY: PACK introductions
WEDNESDAY: CHAMP expectations, get to know each other day
THURSDAY: CHAMP expectations, Clock partners, baseline data for multiplication facts
FRIDAY: Course pretest
MON: CHAMP expectations, vocabulary wheel, "I can use divisibility rules to solve problems."
TUES: CHAMP expectations, multiplication drill, continue divisibility rules for 3, 6, and 9. Group activity to determine divisibility. Homework Pg. 160 :6-21 all
WED: "I can write repeated multiplication using exponents." "I can identify the base, the exponent, and the power." "I can evaluate basic exponents." Assignment: Pg. 164: 10, 12, 15, 18, 21, 23, 24,
THRS: Exponents Day 2 Scoot! (Handout 4.2 homework)
FRI: multiplication drill, finding prime numbers; Sieve of Eratosthenes, prime number maze
MON: "I can write the prime factorization of a composite number." Assignment: P. 168:6, 8, 10, 12, 14-17, 32
TUES: CHAMP Expectations, Checkpoint Quiz,, prime factorization P. 168: 18-25
WED: Prime factorization Scoot! (4.3 handout homework)
THRS: PEMDAS song, order of operations
FRI: order of operations Footloose!
MON: CHAMP Quiz Expectation, Quiz (Exponents, Order of Operations, Finding Factors, Prime Factorization, and Divisibility Rules), add to vocab wheel. NO HOMEWORK.
TUES: students will be working on a prime factorization review based upon their quiz outcomes. Homework if handout is not completed.
WED: Begin greatest common factor (GCF)
4 questions handout
THRS: GCF day 2
Reteaching 4-4 handout (1-14)
FRI: I can find the least common multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers
Reteaching 4.8 handout
Mon: I can find the perimeter and area of a parallelogram (handout)
Tues: I can name and measure angles
Wed: I can calculate the perimeter of triangles
Thrs: I can find the area of a triangle in-class activity
Fri: No School (PD for teachers)
Mon - Fri: Build a zoo project
Wed: Course post-test
Fri: Zoo project due
Mon: 3/4 year review (in-class practice)
Tues, Wed, Fri: Intro to geometry unit, "What is a Polygon?"
Thrs: ACT Aspire testing
Mon: I can classify polygons: P. 389: 4-12, 17-21, 24-27
Tues: I can classify triangles; P. 382: 5-16
Wed, Thrs: I can develop (and use) perimeter and area formulas for quadrilaterals P. 429: 8-16, 18-23
Fri: I can develop the area formula of a triangle (in-class activity)
Tues: Quadrilaterals, angles, and geometric terms quiz
Wed: I can find the area of a parallelogram activity (day 1)
Thrs: I can find the area of a parallelogram activity (day 2)
Fri: I can find the area of parallelograms
Mon: I can divide decimals
P. 48: 7-21, 26-28, 37
Tues: Assemble Olympic Project Posters
Wed: No School, Snow Day
Thrs: No School - Snow Day
Fri: Decimal Unit Review - each student will create 6 questions with answers that will be used on the test
Mon: Decimal Operations Assessment
Tues: Review and correct decimal assessment (Learnzillion/Khan Academy)
Wed: I can identify and evaluate algebraic expressions. P. 115: 3-19, 25, 26, 34
Mon: I can solve one-step equations using number sense
Tues: I can solve one-step addition equations
Wed: I can solve one step subtraction equations
Thrs: Summary day, solving 1-step addition and subtraction equations
Fri: End of quarter, 1/2 day
Mon: I can solve multiplication equations (outside chalk practice)
Tues: I can solve one-step division equations handout
Wed: One-step equations story problems.
Thrs: Summary/test prep for solving one-step equations
Fri: Test (Solving equations)
Mon: Integers unit ASSESSMENT
Tues: I can find the mean and mode of a set of data.
P. 63: 5-16, 19-21 AND P. 68:13-16
Wed: I can find the median of a set of data (used weather data for in-class activity)
P. 68: 3, 4, 6-12, 19, 20, 27
Thrs: Begin research for Olympics project
Mon: No School
Tues: No School
Wed-Thrs: Olympics research
Fri: Interpreting and constructing line plots (handout packet due Monday)
Mon: Collect total medals data; skewness of data
Students are to draw bar charts to represent the top 5 countries
Wed: Vocabulary day (box plot vocabulary)
Thrs - Fri: I can draw and interpret a box plot (packet will be sent home Wednesday for this concept)
Mon: Review for data assessment
Tues: Data assessment
Decimal place value homework
Wed: 1/2 day: Assemble posters
Thrs: I can add and subtract multi-digit decimals
Fri: I can multiply multi-digit decimals
Mon: I can divide mixed numbers.
Tues: (Begin integers unit) I can define the word integer. I can write positive and negative numbers using real world situations. handout 1-35 (skip 9, 12, and 27)
Wed: I can plot integers on a number line. I can compare integers.
Thrs: I can order and compare integers. Handout Independent practice 1-9, 24-31
Fri: I can describe a negative quantity as a distance from zero.
I can describe why "a" and "-a" are called opposites. I can describe why zero is its own opposite
Mon: No School
Tues: I can identify the absolute value symbol and explain its meaning. I can evaluate basic absolute value expressions.
Wed: Cumulative practice
Thrs: I can evaluate absolute value expressions
Fri: No School - cold day
Mon: Winter Olympics
Tues: No School - cold day
Wed: No School - cold day
Thrs: Finishing: I can evaluate absolute value expressions.
Begin: I can plot coordinates in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.
Fri: No School - classwork was emailed home Friday morning
Mon-Tues: I can plot coordinates in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane. Tuesday's homework: Pg. 550: 4-20, 23-30
Wed-Thrs: Quiz - absolute value and graphing in four quadrants.
Handout Link here: I can find the distance between two points in the coordinate plane with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate.
Fri: Integers assessment review
MON: Mid-unit test
TUES: Fun Day (if we reach our class Dojo goal)
MON: I can solve story problems involving fractions. Review assessment from 11/25.
TUES:I can solve story problems involving fractions (handout)
WED/THRS: I can multiply fractions
Assignments: P. 236: 6-21, 23, 33, 35, 36
P. 269: 1-7, 15-20, 35-38
FRI: I can divide fractions introduction - no homework today!
MON: (Substitute Teacher today) Students will work on customary measurements. Assignment: P. 290: 1-16, 18-24,26 and P. 647: 2-24 even
TUES: I can divide fractions
WED: Review practice for checkpoint quiz
THRS: Checkpoint Quiz (Fraction & mixed number addition, subtraction, multiplication)
I can divide fractions
FRI: I can divide mixed numbers
Mon, Tues, Wed: School Closed
Thrs: Mixed review bingo (no HW either day)
Fri: I can use cross-canceling when multiplying fractions (handout and notes)
MON: Review for Unit 2 Test - Blank copy here
TUES: (Substitute teacher)
I can find percents of a number
Assignment: P.333: 31-35, 42-44, 47, 49
(Continue working on unit 2 review - answers are posted here and in class)
WED: Unit 2 Ratios and Rates Assessment
THRS: Halloween - Using ratios to create a witches brew
FRI: No School - end of term
MON: Unit 3 pretest
I can write ratios as percents
TUES: Student letter to parents
I can describe fractions
Assignment: P. 175: 1-8
WED: I can use benchmark fractions to identify locations on a number line
THRS: We are developing a fraction sense using benchmark fractions
FRI: We are developing a fraction sense using benchmark fractions
Assignment Finding Fractions handout (3rd page of pdf)
MON: I can find equivalent fractions and rewrite mixed numbers as improper fractions
Assignment: P: 178: 6-22 even, 36-38 AND P: 184: 1-9, 14, 15-19, 24-27 (Students may have shortened assignments dependent upon checkpoints in class)
TUES: Jeopardy review
Assignment: P. 184: 30, 31
WED: I can use equivalent fractions to compare and order
Assignment: P. 194: 8-22 even, 23, 34, 35
THRS: I can estimate sums and differences using benchmark fractions
Assignment: P. 214: 7-23 odd, 36, 38
FRI: I can add and subtract proper fractions
Assignment: P. 219: 3, 4, 5-19 odd, 25 AND P. 225: 5-23 odd
11/18 - 11/22
MON: I can add mixed numbers
Assignment: P. 230: 6-20 even
TUES: Quiz over benchmark fractions, fraction sense, rewriting mixed numbers, and comparing fractions.
I can add mixed numbers. Assignment: P. 230: 5-19 odd
WED: I can subtract mixed numbers
Assignment: P. 235: 14-16, 33-36
THRS: I can subtract mixed numbers
Assignment: P. 235: 1-13, 17-21, 23, 24
FRI: Review for test (test is on Monday) - students will bring home a review and the answer key to help prepare over the weekend.
MON: Unit 2 Intro - M&M's ratios
I know what a ratio is
I can write a ratio in 3 ways to describe quantities
TUES: I can simplify ratios
Assignment: P. 308: 3-9, 14-21
WED: I can write equivalent ratios. I can write equivalent ratios. Assignment: Halloween Party Mix ratios
THRS: I can write equivalent ratios. I can simplify ratios.
Assignment: P. 308: 1,2,10-13,23-28
FRI: 2-minute multiplication drill
Ratio word problems
Assignment: P. 308: 22,29-32,34,35
MON: I can define a rate, specifically a unit rate.
I can find unit rates
Assignment: P. 314: 7-10, 18, 19
TUES: I can find unit rates
Assignment: P. 314: 20-23 (revise Monday's assignment if necessary)
WED: I can find the unit cost
Assignment: P. 314: 1-6, 11-16
THRS: I can compare unit rates
Assignment: Let's make a deal
FRI: I can compare unit rates
Assignment: Which is the Better Buy?
MON: Learnzillion - using unit rates to solve problems
Assignment: Handout practice
TUES: Finding equivalent ratios
WED: I define a "percent." I can write a percent as ratio to 100.
Assignment: P333: 5-29 odds
THRS: (Substitute teacher) I can simplify percents written as ratios.
Assignment: P. 333: 6-30 evens
FRI: I can decide if two ratios are proportional. I can find unknown values in proportions.
Assignment: P.318: 5-20,23,30,33,34