Math syllabus Click here for the class syllabus.
Let's Kahoot.It Play this Kahoot game to see how well you understand coordinate points and the coordinate plane. Try this with your parents and share the results for extra credit.
Here is a tutorial for subtraction with decimals.
We will be using the division tutorial today to practice division by restating the division expression as a specific number of equal groups.
The best predictor of success....it is not IQ, it is how much you persevere and work hard on your goals. Watch the video below to hear more about growth mindset.
What's going on with the colors????? Study the image and come up with some ideas. Be ready to share with others.
Math Games 7th Period Use this link to go to a Factor and Multiple competition. Who can make the longest chain?
Composite Number Tree.
PERIOD 7 MATH LESSON: ADDING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS
Click here for the Mini Assessment 5 Post Test.
Number of the Day Answer each of the prompts for extra credit in Math.
Online Sieve of Eratosthenes. Use this link to work with the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find prime numbers.
Math Tangram puzzle. Use this link to try your skills with the Tangram Paradox Puzzle. The puzzle pieces are able to be moved, rotated, and positioned over the vase for each puzzle. The size of the pieces cannot be changed. When you think you have it, take a screenshot of your completed puzzle and share it with me for extra credit.
Link for Smarter Balance Block assessment practice test for Equations and Expressions.
Growth Mindset: We can all learn math to the highest levels. Check out this video of middle school students after taking part in a growth mindset summer math camp. Rock on!!
Properties of Math: Associative, Commutative, Distributive
The properties of Math are important to know. To help you make sense of these properties, here are interactive sites for the Associative, Commutative, Distributive properties and Order of Operations. Explore these interactive sites to learn more about these important properties.
The Associative Property of Addition and of Multiplication from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Enis Siniksaran
Fractions, decimals, and percents. There is a relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents. Read the fraction so you know how to divide, find the decimal amount, then change the decimal to a percent.
Test your skills with this Math game. Link
Set up a competition with your partner and see who is the better
fraction, decimal, and percent wiz.