## Monday, June 2

Make sure you have your stuff to work on your 20% project at school every day this week.

20% project is due next Monday.

20% project is due next Monday.

## Tuesday, May 20

Get your math quiz signed!

Math homework:

Describe a situation that would be:

a)likely

b)unlikely

c) certain

d)impossible

Then try playing probability pond (game link below)

Math homework:

Describe a situation that would be:

a)likely

b)unlikely

c) certain

d)impossible

Then try playing probability pond (game link below)

## Thursday, May 15

Health title page due tomorrow

Math quiz tomorrow:

Math quiz tomorrow:

- draw a graph
- use an input/output machine
- find average speed, or use it to find where they will be in 2 h, 3h, etc
- make up your own pattern

1. What is the average speed?

2. after 4.5 hours, what is the distance?

3. at what time will the person reach 150 km?

2. after 4.5 hours, what is the distance?

3. at what time will the person reach 150 km?

## Wednesday, May 14

What is the average speed?

Make a time/distance chart.

At what time will he have traveled 30 m?

After 10 seconds, how far will he have traveled?

Make a time/distance chart.

At what time will he have traveled 30 m?

After 10 seconds, how far will he have traveled?

## Math quiz Friday!

## Tuesday, May 13

Get your math test and retest signed.

Create a table (chart) for this graph

Write a pattern rule for this graph.

How far will this person have gone in 10 hours?

Write a pattern rule for this graph.

How far will this person have gone in 10 hours?

## Monday, May 5

Finish your metaphor poem you started in class.

Math: finish #5 from math text (I photocopied it to send home with you -- did you bring it home?)

Math test: next Monday.

Topics:

Math: finish #5 from math text (I photocopied it to send home with you -- did you bring it home?)

Math test: next Monday.

Topics:

- area and perimeter of rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles
- surface area and volume of triangular prisms

## Tuesday, April 29

Get your math test signed.

What is the perimeter of this parallelogram?

If each side length was 2 times longer, what would the perimeter be then?

What is a formula you could make for a parallelogram?

If each side length was 2 times longer, what would the perimeter be then?

What is a formula you could make for a parallelogram?

## Monday, April 28

Do 2 out of the 4 "fun" sheets (draw a praying mantis, odd one out, etc)

## MATH TEST POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY - due to So You Think/Davis

## Tuesday, April 22 - Thursday, April 24

Work on your math homework booklet tonight, tomorrow and Thursday. Your test on Geometry will be on

**Friday**. Your test will be about:- congruent shapes
- similar shapes
- transformations (rotation, reflection, translation)
- rotational symmetry and line of symmetry

## Wednesday, April 16

Using your triangle dot paper, draw a quadrilateral. Trace 7 more. Cut them out too. Tile the plane with them -- glue them on or tape them on, or even trace them, so you can easily show what you made in class tomorrow!

## Friday, April 11

Girls: health test coming up. Start studying! --Miss Palmer

Math: finish the symmetry design.

Math: finish the symmetry design.

## Tuesday, April 1

You have to complete the worksheet again tonight.

If you didn't finish your "interview" in English, finish that too!

If you didn't finish your "interview" in English, finish that too!

## Thursday, March 20

Test tomorrow!

These were the posted questions in math:

1. Miss Datta's water bottle is 4 cm long, 3 cm wide, and 10 cm tall. Can it hold 1.5 L of water?

2. How much cellophane is needed for a wrapper 8 cm long, 2 cm wide, and 3 cm high?

3. What would you measure the capacity of a pool with? cm3, mL, kg, L

These were the posted questions in math:

1. Miss Datta's water bottle is 4 cm long, 3 cm wide, and 10 cm tall. Can it hold 1.5 L of water?

2. How much cellophane is needed for a wrapper 8 cm long, 2 cm wide, and 3 cm high?

3. What would you measure the capacity of a pool with? cm3, mL, kg, L

## Wednesday, March 19

Review for test: find the surface area and volume for rectangular prisms with the following dimensions.

1. l = 3 w = 5 h = 7

2. l = 4 w = 1 h = 3

3. l = 5 w = 2 h = 10

4. l = 6 w = 6 h = 8

1. l = 3 w = 5 h = 7

2. l = 4 w = 1 h = 3

3. l = 5 w = 2 h = 10

4. l = 6 w = 6 h = 8

## Tuesday, March 18

Test: Friday, March 21

Topics: surface area, volume, perimeter, changing units, picking the best unit

Homework: finish the worksheet from class if you didn't

If you did, try these!

1. Alex bought a bag of sugar that weighed 2 kg. He used 750 mg for a recipe. How many mg are left?

2. Mark is 143 cm tall. His brother is 1.7 m tall. How much taller is his brother?

3. Rachel's backpack weighed 4 kg. Her sister's weighed 350 g. Whose was heavier? By how much?

Topics: surface area, volume, perimeter, changing units, picking the best unit

Homework: finish the worksheet from class if you didn't

If you did, try these!

1. Alex bought a bag of sugar that weighed 2 kg. He used 750 mg for a recipe. How many mg are left?

2. Mark is 143 cm tall. His brother is 1.7 m tall. How much taller is his brother?

3. Rachel's backpack weighed 4 kg. Her sister's weighed 350 g. Whose was heavier? By how much?

## Monday, March 17

Convert the following:

18 g = _____mg

9 kg = _____ g

0.2 t = _____kg

20 mg = _____g

313 g = _____kg

2000 kg = ________ t

18 g = _____mg

9 kg = _____ g

0.2 t = _____kg

20 mg = _____g

313 g = _____kg

2000 kg = ________ t

## Wednesday, March 5

L to mL = x 1000

mL = cm3

m3 = 1,000,000 cm3

m3 to L = x 1000

1. 4.5 L = _____mL

2. 35 mL = ______L

3. 21 L = ______mL

4. 401 mL = ____L

5. 34 mL = ____cm3

6. 12 L = ______cm3 (2 steps!)

7. 4m3 = ______cm3

8. 12 cm3 = _____mL

9. 3000 cm3 = ____L

10. 42 mL = _______cm3

mL = cm3

m3 = 1,000,000 cm3

m3 to L = x 1000

1. 4.5 L = _____mL

2. 35 mL = ______L

3. 21 L = ______mL

4. 401 mL = ____L

5. 34 mL = ____cm3

6. 12 L = ______cm3 (2 steps!)

7. 4m3 = ______cm3

8. 12 cm3 = _____mL

9. 3000 cm3 = ____L

10. 42 mL = _______cm3

## Tuesday, February 25

Remember: tomorrow is day 1 - bring instrument and gym clothes!

Math: find the surface area of this rectangular prism and SHOW YOUR WORK!

Math: find the surface area of this rectangular prism and SHOW YOUR WORK!

## Monday, February 24

1. Write with numbers: two thousand fifty-six dollars and five cents

2. Write in words: $3402.15

3. Estimate how much it would cost to buy a hamburger for $4.68, fries for $2.10, and a drink for $1.98

2. Write in words: $3402.15

3. Estimate how much it would cost to buy a hamburger for $4.68, fries for $2.10, and a drink for $1.98

## Tuesday, February 18

Rochelle made $48 in 6 hours. How much will she make in 10 hours?

## Thursday, February 13

Please show your math test to your parents and get it signed.

Dance tomorrow - $1 if you want to go

Please return your report card envelope and just the signature portion of the last page

Math:

1. Write the ratio of doors to windows in your home.

2. Write 2 equivalent fractions of the ratio in #1.

Dance tomorrow - $1 if you want to go

Please return your report card envelope and just the signature portion of the last page

Math:

1. Write the ratio of doors to windows in your home.

2. Write 2 equivalent fractions of the ratio in #1.

## Tuesday, February 11

Test tomorrow on: equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, mixed and improper fractions, changing fractions to decimals and percents, ordering fractions

*note: on the test, there will be word problems. You will have to decide what you need to do out of the above tasks to solve the problems. You can use a calculator. I have none left, so please bring one in if you have one at home.

Review questions:

1) write 3 equivalent fractions for 2/3

2) Simplify 8/10

3) change to mixed number: 17/5, 12/8

4) change to improper fraction: 2 1/2, 5 3/4

5) order from least to greatest: 3/4, 1/8, 7/8, 1/4, 1/2

6) change 4/5 to a decimal and percent

7) change 0.3 to a fraction and percent

8) is 2/3 greater than 75%? How do you know?

more practice on changing percents/fractions/decimals:

http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math6/quizzes/math6quizzes/gr6_ch12_les7.htm

more practice on equivalent fractions:

http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math6/quizzes/math6quizzes/gr6_ch12_les5.htm

*note: on the test, there will be word problems. You will have to decide what you need to do out of the above tasks to solve the problems. You can use a calculator. I have none left, so please bring one in if you have one at home.

Review questions:

1) write 3 equivalent fractions for 2/3

2) Simplify 8/10

3) change to mixed number: 17/5, 12/8

4) change to improper fraction: 2 1/2, 5 3/4

5) order from least to greatest: 3/4, 1/8, 7/8, 1/4, 1/2

6) change 4/5 to a decimal and percent

7) change 0.3 to a fraction and percent

8) is 2/3 greater than 75%? How do you know?

more practice on changing percents/fractions/decimals:

http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math6/quizzes/math6quizzes/gr6_ch12_les7.htm

more practice on equivalent fractions:

http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math6/quizzes/math6quizzes/gr6_ch12_les5.htm

## Monday, February 3

Not Fair, Clare - read chapter 10 before Wednesday

Math:

1. If Tanveer eats 1/4 of a pizza, and Mikayla eats 3/8, who eats more? Show your work.

2. Jay says that 11/8 is greater than 1 1/2. Is he correct? Show your work.

Math:

1. If Tanveer eats 1/4 of a pizza, and Mikayla eats 3/8, who eats more? Show your work.

2. Jay says that 11/8 is greater than 1 1/2. Is he correct? Show your work.

## Friday, January 31

Finish the worksheets from English if you didn't in class

Frog face - read the rest of the chapter (ending page 123) by Tuesday

Frog face - read the rest of the chapter (ending page 123) by Tuesday

## Thursday, January 30

-if you didn't finish the 2 worksheets in English, those are homework

-if you were on the ski trip, watch this module about the International Space Station by Mondayhttp://solc.gsfc.nasa.gov/modules/kidszone3/mainMenu.php

-if you were on the ski trip, watch this module about the International Space Station by Mondayhttp://solc.gsfc.nasa.gov/modules/kidszone3/mainMenu.php

## Wednesday, January 29

Use the > or < sign

1) 13/8 11/6

2) 8/3 5/6

3) 2/3 11/15

4) 21/15 11/10

1) 13/8 11/6

2) 8/3 5/6

3) 2/3 11/15

4) 21/15 11/10

## Tuesday, January 28

If you didn't finish the worksheet on prefixes, or the one on quotation marks, please finish for homework.

Among the Hidden - read chapter 15 for Thursday

Among the Hidden - read chapter 15 for Thursday

## Monday, January 27

Change the improper fractions to mixed, and the mixed fractions to improper.

1) 1 5/6

2) 4 5/9

3) 2 1/2

4) 13/4

5) 15/5

6) 23/8

1) 1 5/6

2) 4 5/9

3) 2 1/2

4) 13/4

5) 15/5

6) 23/8

## Friday, January 24

To see criteria for the website, look under "Class Work"

## Thursday, January 23

**Among the hidden**- read chapter 10 by Monday (we will be reading chapter 11 in class)

**Frog Face**- read chapter eight by Monday

Science - please email me the URL of your website so I can see it!

Math: write 3 equivalent fractions for 4/6

## Wednesday, January 22

If you haven't started your science website yet, get started tonight! Due Monday, Jan 27

## Test review

1) 32.403 + 2.94

2) 29.13 - 1.932

3) 1.43 x 10

4) 5.632 x 100

5) 21.865 x 1000

6) 1.63 / 10

7) 64.25 / 100

8) 2.467 / 1000

9) 3.23 x 0.1

10) 64.34 x 0.01

11) 74.368 x 0.001

12) 6.32 x 5

13) 7.42 / 2

14) the perimeter of a square fence is 8.24 m long. How long is each side?

15) One can of juice costs $0.78. How much do 4 cost?

2) 29.13 - 1.932

3) 1.43 x 10

4) 5.632 x 100

5) 21.865 x 1000

6) 1.63 / 10

7) 64.25 / 100

8) 2.467 / 1000

9) 3.23 x 0.1

10) 64.34 x 0.01

11) 74.368 x 0.001

12) 6.32 x 5

13) 7.42 / 2

14) the perimeter of a square fence is 8.24 m long. How long is each side?

15) One can of juice costs $0.78. How much do 4 cost?

## Thursday, January 16

Review

1. Use the > or < or = sign:

a) 3.401 3.45

b) 1.233 1.253

c) 2.3 2.30

2. Add, then use subtraction to check your answer.

a) 12.54 + 9.32

b) 0.343 + 0.32

c) 0.532 + 0.632

3. Order from

6.235, 6.863, 16.033, 6.2

1. Use the > or < or = sign:

a) 3.401 3.45

b) 1.233 1.253

c) 2.3 2.30

2. Add, then use subtraction to check your answer.

a) 12.54 + 9.32

b) 0.343 + 0.32

c) 0.532 + 0.632

3. Order from

**greatest to least**6.235, 6.863, 16.033, 6.2

## Wednesday, January 15

Round to the nearest hundredth, and nearest tenth. Example: 0.253 Hundredth: 0.25 Tenth: 0.3

a) 4.642

b)2.967

c) 0.529

d) 1.945

a) 4.642

b)2.967

c) 0.529

d) 1.945

## Decimal Test Monday

- adding
- subtracting
- multiplying
- dividing
- rounding
- comparing (greater than/less than)
- ordering (least to greatest)

## Monday, January 13

2.45 / 5

6.15 / 3

0.2 / 4

6.15 / 3

0.2 / 4

## Wednesday, January 8

1. 23.42 + 2.29

2. 43.1 + 29.87

3. 63.27 - 32.21

4. 43.2 - 19.59

Remember your library books!

2. 43.1 + 29.87

3. 63.27 - 32.21

4. 43.2 - 19.59

Remember your library books!

## Tuesday, January 7

Library on Thursday- bring all books to renew or return!

## Monday, January 6

order from least to greatest: 3.45, 2.43, 3.05, 3.5, 3.43

## Monday, December 16

Find the mean, median, and mode of the following data: 23, 24, 23, 21, 25, 26

Find a set of possible numbers if the mean is 43 and there are 8 numbers.

Find a set of possible numbers if the mean is 43 and there are 8 numbers.

## Wednesday, December 11

Which of the following questions are good survey questions? If it isn't a good question, say why and what you would change.

1. Most boys hate math. What is your favourite subject: math, language, art, or other?

2. What is your favourite colour: blue, green, red, orange, plum, violet, crimson, or other?

3. What is your favourite fruit: watermelon, apples, bananas, oranges, or other?

4. What is your favourite movie?

1. Most boys hate math. What is your favourite subject: math, language, art, or other?

2. What is your favourite colour: blue, green, red, orange, plum, violet, crimson, or other?

3. What is your favourite fruit: watermelon, apples, bananas, oranges, or other?

4. What is your favourite movie?

## Tuesday, December 10

Put your science fiction story in the 6E dropbox.

Library exchange Thursday period 4

Math - if you aren't going to the concert tonight, play Prodigy or practice on Khan Academy

Library exchange Thursday period 4

Math - if you aren't going to the concert tonight, play Prodigy or practice on Khan Academy

## Monday, December 9

Find the mean, median and mode of the following set of data: 43, 45, 42, 41, 43, 47, 45, 44

## Math test next Tuesday, December 17

On:

- reading graphs
- drawing line graphs, pictographs, bar graphs, and scatter plots
- survey questions (ie: are they fair? are they biased?)
- finding mean, median, and mode

## Friday, December 6

Spend some time on either Prodigy or Khan Academy.

## Wednesday, December 4

Calculate the mean, median, and mode of the following set of data:

23, 25, 21, 27, 23, 22, 26, 24

23, 25, 21, 27, 23, 22, 26, 24

## Tuesday, December 3 - published at 2:57

Using the information on this double bar graph, answer the following questions:

1) Which sport was most preferred by boys?

2) Which sport was most preferred by girls?

3) How many people were surveyed?

4) If you had to plan a sport day for these students, and only one sport could be played, which would it be? Explain.

1) Which sport was most preferred by boys?

2) Which sport was most preferred by girls?

3) How many people were surveyed?

4) If you had to plan a sport day for these students, and only one sport could be played, which would it be? Explain.

## Thursday, November 28 - published at 4 pm

1. What is a reflex angle?

2. What is a right angle?

3. What is an obtuse angle?

4. What is an acute angle?

5. What are parallel lines?

6. What is a regular shape?

7. Can you draw all of the above?

8. Can you draw a 3D shape on dot paper and its top, front, and side views?

9. Can you draw a triangle, parallelogram, or another quadrilateral?

2. What is a right angle?

3. What is an obtuse angle?

4. What is an acute angle?

5. What are parallel lines?

6. What is a regular shape?

7. Can you draw all of the above?

8. Can you draw a 3D shape on dot paper and its top, front, and side views?

9. Can you draw a triangle, parallelogram, or another quadrilateral?

## Wednesday, November 27 - published at 3:07

Mrs. Caton's crew: practice using Khan Academy

Everyone else:

Everyone else:

THe instructions to draw this shape were:

Is it drawn correctly? if not, draw how it should look

- have a right angle
- have 2 parallel sides
- have 5 sides
- have a reflex angle

Is it drawn correctly? if not, draw how it should look

## tuesday, November 26- published at 4:40 pm

Try playing the game "turtle pond" on the following link. The instructions are with the game.

http://illuminations.nctm.org/Activity.aspx?id=3534

http://illuminations.nctm.org/Activity.aspx?id=3534

## Friday, November 22

Please complete math worksheet for homework.

Math test on drawing and recording angles, classifying shapes, drawing nets, and drawing 3D shapes next Friday.

Math test on drawing and recording angles, classifying shapes, drawing nets, and drawing 3D shapes next Friday.

## MacMillan's order due Friday!

## Thursday, November 21

Please complete the math handout you were given in class.

## Wednesday, November 20

-ensure you completed last night's homework

-watch the following video to review how to draw a parallelogram

-watch the following video to review how to draw a parallelogram

## Tuesday, November 19

Have you:

Tonight:

- signed up for badminton if interested?
- returned your MacMillan's form?
- found a compass or protractor at home you could bring to school tomorrow?
- completed last night's homework?

Tonight:

The instructions to draw this image were:

-have 6 sides

-have one right angle

-have a set of parallel lines

-have a reflex angle.

Was this image drawn correctly? If not, what needs to be changed?

-have 6 sides

-have one right angle

-have a set of parallel lines

-have a reflex angle.

Was this image drawn correctly? If not, what needs to be changed?

## Monday, November 18

Using the dot paper provided in class, complete the following:

1. Sketch THREE different figures for each description.

a) I do not have any right angles; all my sides have the same length

b) I have a reflex angle and four sides

c) I have exactly two parallel sides

2. Use dot paper. Draw 2 polygons. Compare the attributes of both polygons in a Venn Diagram.

1. Sketch THREE different figures for each description.

a) I do not have any right angles; all my sides have the same length

b) I have a reflex angle and four sides

c) I have exactly two parallel sides

2. Use dot paper. Draw 2 polygons. Compare the attributes of both polygons in a Venn Diagram.

## Friday, November 15

Use the "Shape Sorter" Illumination at NCTM by following this link:http://illuminations.nctm.org/Activity.aspx?id=3581

Please sort at least 8 shapes into a Venn Diagram. You get to pick how to sort them! (the sorting rule) If the 2 circles do not overlap, pick another attribute to sort them by so that they do overlap.

Press "print screen" key on keyboard

Open the program "paint" on your computer (may be found under Accessories)

Paste (either by control + V or clicking the paste button)

Save your picture

Email it through your wgdavis account to me

Please note: I know the picture below has mistakes...it was just an example!

Please sort at least 8 shapes into a Venn Diagram. You get to pick how to sort them! (the sorting rule) If the 2 circles do not overlap, pick another attribute to sort them by so that they do overlap.

**To show me your work:**Press "print screen" key on keyboard

Open the program "paint" on your computer (may be found under Accessories)

Paste (either by control + V or clicking the paste button)

Save your picture

Email it through your wgdavis account to me

Please note: I know the picture below has mistakes...it was just an example!

## Thursday, November 14

Last day for angles practice! Draw the following angles and label them as acute, obtuse, straight, right, or reflex.

a) 25 degrees

b) 310 degrees

c) 85 degrees

d) 210 degrees

e) 90 degrees

f) 270 degrees

a) 25 degrees

b) 310 degrees

c) 85 degrees

d) 210 degrees

e) 90 degrees

f) 270 degrees

## Wednesday, November 13

draw the following angles and label as acute, obtuse, straight, right, or reflex.

A) 45 degrees

B) 350 degrees

C) 180 degrees

D) 110 degrees

E) 230 degrees

F) 300 degrees

A) 45 degrees

B) 350 degrees

C) 180 degrees

D) 110 degrees

E) 230 degrees

F) 300 degrees

## Tuesday, November 5

ensure the following are complete: First Nations symbol poem, wanted poster, Bandaloo questions from English today

- we will finish the test tomorrow period 5. If you were having trouble with something, try working on it tonight

- we will finish the test tomorrow period 5. If you were having trouble with something, try working on it tonight

## Friday, November 1

I hoe you enjoyed your homework-free night!

A reminder that Progress Reports went home tonight, and enclosed is an interview option sheet. Please return that sheet and the envelope. The report does not need to be returned.

Another reminder: this week has been dedicated to reviewing math. Our final review day is Monday, and the test is on Tuesday.

On the test:

Some practice you can try:

1) make up straightforward questions like we have done in class, ie: 9386-2946. If you can do 4 correctly, you probably can do it on the test!

2) Jaskiran has to sort out his art supplies. He has 64 markers, 172 pencil crayons, and 13 pencils. The marker boxes hold 24 markers, the pencil crayon boxes hold 50 pencil crayons, and his pencil case holds 12 pencils. How many boxes does he need of each?

3) if Jaskiran needs to buy the boxes, marker boxes cost $4, pencil crayon boxes cost $3, and pencil cases cost $1. How much money will he spend buying the boxes?

A reminder that Progress Reports went home tonight, and enclosed is an interview option sheet. Please return that sheet and the envelope. The report does not need to be returned.

Another reminder: this week has been dedicated to reviewing math. Our final review day is Monday, and the test is on Tuesday.

On the test:

- Addition
- Subtraction of 4 digit numbers
- Multiplication of 2 digit numbers
- Division by a 2 digit number
- Order of operations
- Mental math (ie: 160 + 73 + 140. I know that 160 + 140 = 300, and 300 + 73 = 373)
- Problem solving (not just 2342 + 1673, but a word problem that involves a few steps that you have to determine)

Some practice you can try:

1) make up straightforward questions like we have done in class, ie: 9386-2946. If you can do 4 correctly, you probably can do it on the test!

2) Jaskiran has to sort out his art supplies. He has 64 markers, 172 pencil crayons, and 13 pencils. The marker boxes hold 24 markers, the pencil crayon boxes hold 50 pencil crayons, and his pencil case holds 12 pencils. How many boxes does he need of each?

3) if Jaskiran needs to buy the boxes, marker boxes cost $4, pencil crayon boxes cost $3, and pencil cases cost $1. How much money will he spend buying the boxes?

Wednesday, October 30

1. 6273 + 4792

2. 9526 - 2785

3. 25 x 36

4. 5 x (6 + 2) - 10

1. 6273 + 4792

2. 9526 - 2785

3. 25 x 36

4. 5 x (6 + 2) - 10

Monday, October 28

Bring in your dance/movie $2

There were technical difficulties loading your math page. Instead, try the following:

1) 6435 / 23

2) 8638 / 75

3) 2505 / 31

4) 7356 / 42

Bring in your dance/movie $2

There were technical difficulties loading your math page. Instead, try the following:

1) 6435 / 23

2) 8638 / 75

3) 2505 / 31

4) 7356 / 42

Thursday, October 24

Remember, your pictures are due tomorrow if you want to order any! So far, only 4 people have...

Math: Multiply using the strategy we discussed in class (put one number above the other) and show your work!

a) 54 x 21

b) 87 x 14

c) 29 x 74

d) 532 x 36

e) 286 x 64

f) 205 x 23

Remember, your pictures are due tomorrow if you want to order any! So far, only 4 people have...

Math: Multiply using the strategy we discussed in class (put one number above the other) and show your work!

a) 54 x 21

b) 87 x 14

c) 29 x 74

d) 532 x 36

e) 286 x 64

f) 205 x 23

Wednesday, October 23

Use the strategies we discussed in class to solve the following problems:

1) 234 + 642 + 642 + 164

2) 864 + 268 + 247 + 964

3) 6424 - 3765

4) 9457 - 5783

Use the strategies we discussed in class to solve the following problems:

1) 234 + 642 + 642 + 164

2) 864 + 268 + 247 + 964

3) 6424 - 3765

4) 9457 - 5783

Tuesday, October 22

Use BEDMAS to solve the following problems:

a) 6 + 2 x 6

b) (5 + 2) x 3

c) 4/ 2 + 7

d) 125 / 25 x 2

e) My calculator says that 10 - 2 x 3 = 24. Is my calculator correct? Explain.

Use BEDMAS to solve the following problems:

a) 6 + 2 x 6

b) (5 + 2) x 3

c) 4/ 2 + 7

d) 125 / 25 x 2

e) My calculator says that 10 - 2 x 3 = 24. Is my calculator correct? Explain.

Monday, October 21

Use BEDMAS (brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction) to solve the following problems:

(note: / = division)

1) 9 x 2 - 3

2) 2 + 81 / 9

3) 14 - 10 + 1

4) 15 / 3 + 8

5) 9 + 5 x 10

6) 4 + 23 - 8

7) (2 + 8) / 2

8) 5 x ( 21 - 19)

Please get your math quiz signed!

Use BEDMAS (brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction) to solve the following problems:

(note: / = division)

1) 9 x 2 - 3

2) 2 + 81 / 9

3) 14 - 10 + 1

4) 15 / 3 + 8

5) 9 + 5 x 10

6) 4 + 23 - 8

7) (2 + 8) / 2

8) 5 x ( 21 - 19)

Please get your math quiz signed!

__Friday, October 18__

Use mental math to solve these problems

A) 120 + 87 + 80

B) 275 + 63 + 25

C) 350 + 150 + 38

D) 846 - 635

E) 963 - 743

F) 3215 - 813

G) 13 x 2 x 5

H) 15 x 3 x 20

I) 7 x 59

## thursday, October 17-----READ! No math tonight!

__Wednesday, October 16__

Write this number in standard form: 1 000 000 + 40 000 + 3000 + 200 + 9

Write this number in expanded form: 3 683 185

Which is greater: 2 742 166 or 2 742 066

Find the first three common multiples of 3 and 5.

__Tuesday, October 15__

You have 18 chocolates and 30 cookies. You want to share them evenly with as many of your friends as possible. How many friends can you share with? Show your work.

Extra practice: there are 20 girls in our class and combined with 6F, and 24 boys in our class combined with 6F. If we were to split into teams, and each team had an equal amount of boys and girls, what is the greatest number of teams that can be formed?

Wednesday, October 9

Please return OSOR form!

Math- if Jake eats every third cookie, Mary eats every fourth cookie, and Jaskiran eats every fifth cookie, which cookie will ALL three of them be fighting over? Show your work.

Please return OSOR form!

Math- if Jake eats every third cookie, Mary eats every fourth cookie, and Jaskiran eats every fifth cookie, which cookie will ALL three of them be fighting over? Show your work.

Tuesday, October 8

Remember, Scientists in School is coming tomorrow-- have you brought in your form?

Also, OSORS forms went home today. Have your parent(s) look at it and make any changes that need to be made. All forms must be returned!

Math - how would you go about determining if 37 is a prime or composite number? Explain the steps you would take.

Remember, Scientists in School is coming tomorrow-- have you brought in your form?

Also, OSORS forms went home today. Have your parent(s) look at it and make any changes that need to be made. All forms must be returned!

Math - how would you go about determining if 37 is a prime or composite number? Explain the steps you would take.

Monday, October 7

Jasmine isn't sure if 15 is a prime or composite number. Which is it? How would you explain to her how to tell the difference between prime and composite numbers?

Remember to bring in your Scientists in Schools form/$

Jasmine isn't sure if 15 is a prime or composite number. Which is it? How would you explain to her how to tell the difference between prime and composite numbers?

Remember to bring in your Scientists in Schools form/$

Thursday, October 3

1)order the following numbers from least to greatest:

5 341 246; 1 367 263; 8 247 743; 5 341 642; 5 341 274; 326 245

2) find the first 3 common multiples of 2 and 3. (Remember, a multiple means you are counting by that number so multiples of 2 would be:2, 4, 6, 8 ...)

If you have gardening gloves at home, please bring them to school because if it doesn't rain tomorrow we will spend some time in the garden.

1)order the following numbers from least to greatest:

5 341 246; 1 367 263; 8 247 743; 5 341 642; 5 341 274; 326 245

2) find the first 3 common multiples of 2 and 3. (Remember, a multiple means you are counting by that number so multiples of 2 would be:2, 4, 6, 8 ...)

If you have gardening gloves at home, please bring them to school because if it doesn't rain tomorrow we will spend some time in the garden.

Tuesday, October 1

-finish summary of "The Wreck of the Zephyr" if you didn't in class

-math: insert the < or > sign into the following:

a) 3 525 532 ____ 2 465 256

b) 1 436 324 _____ 1 357 234

c) 6 364 356 _____ 6 364 285

Going home tonight: permission form for "Scientists in Schools"

-finish summary of "The Wreck of the Zephyr" if you didn't in class

-math: insert the < or > sign into the following:

a) 3 525 532 ____ 2 465 256

b) 1 436 324 _____ 1 357 234

c) 6 364 356 _____ 6 364 285

Going home tonight: permission form for "Scientists in Schools"

Friday, September 27

No homework tonight! Enjoy your weekend!

But...please remember to show your parents your math quiz and have them sign it. Return it to me next week.

Also, picture day is Tuesday!

No homework tonight! Enjoy your weekend!

But...please remember to show your parents your math quiz and have them sign it. Return it to me next week.

Also, picture day is Tuesday!

Wednesday, September 25

6E welcomes our new students today! We are happy to have you join us, and hope you had a great day!

Homework:

1. Find the pattern rule for the following pattern: 4, 5, 7, 11, 19...

2. A recursive pattern begins: 4, 8 ... Write 2 different patterns for this beginning.

3. Ali has $40 saved. Each day, he saves another $8. Hema has $30 saved. Each day, she saves another $10. How much will each have saved in one week? Draw a T-chart to show your work.

NOTE: recursive patterns mean that for each number, the same operation and same value are completed. Ie; add 2 each time.

6E welcomes our new students today! We are happy to have you join us, and hope you had a great day!

Homework:

1. Find the pattern rule for the following pattern: 4, 5, 7, 11, 19...

2. A recursive pattern begins: 4, 8 ... Write 2 different patterns for this beginning.

3. Ali has $40 saved. Each day, he saves another $8. Hema has $30 saved. Each day, she saves another $10. How much will each have saved in one week? Draw a T-chart to show your work.

NOTE: recursive patterns mean that for each number, the same operation and same value are completed. Ie; add 2 each time.

Tuesday, September 24

Jaleel starts a school project at 6 pm. He does 3 questions every hour. Jayaram starts his school project at 4 pm. He does 2 questions every hour. If there are 18 questions, which time will each boy finish? Who will be done first? Create a t-chart to help solve this problem.

ie: Jaleel

Hour # of Questions

6 pm 0

7 pm 3

Jaleel starts a school project at 6 pm. He does 3 questions every hour. Jayaram starts his school project at 4 pm. He does 2 questions every hour. If there are 18 questions, which time will each boy finish? Who will be done first? Create a t-chart to help solve this problem.

ie: Jaleel

Hour # of Questions

6 pm 0

7 pm 3

Monday, September 23

- no new homework due to today's field trip

- science plant poster due tomorrow

- no new homework due to today's field trip

- science plant poster due tomorrow

Thursday, September 19

-finish today's math work if you didn't in class

-finish science poster for Tuesday

-Jaden -- field trip form!!!!

-finish today's math work if you didn't in class

-finish science poster for Tuesday

-Jaden -- field trip form!!!!

Wednesday, September 18

-finish your journal entry for Wretched Stone

-finish last night's math homework

-finish your journal entry for Wretched Stone

-finish last night's math homework

**Tuesday, September 17**

Complete math booklet from class

- wretched Stone journal entry due Thursday

- field trip forms due Friday!

__Monday September 16__

Try the following equations:

A) 211 = ? - 42

B) 81 = 9 x ?

C) 192 + ? = 452

D) 98 / ? = 14

Note : the / symbol means divide

Friday, Septemeber 13

-finish art project for Mr. Noad by next Friday

-finish journal entry/picture for the Wretched Stone by Thursday (there won't be "official" class time to work on this any more, just any free time you have)

-finish art project for Mr. Noad by next Friday

-finish journal entry/picture for the Wretched Stone by Thursday (there won't be "official" class time to work on this any more, just any free time you have)

Thursday, September 12

Just show up for Open House (6-8 pm) if you can!

Just show up for Open House (6-8 pm) if you can!

Wednesday, September 11

Which of the following numbers are divisible by 2 or 3. How do you know

a) 92 b) 114 c) 216 d) 420 e) 636

f) 680 g) 1026 h) 1252 i) 1278 j) 3036

If you know how to fix the classroom keyboard, please let me know. All punctuation is turning into French symbols...

Which of the following numbers are divisible by 2 or 3. How do you know

a) 92 b) 114 c) 216 d) 420 e) 636

f) 680 g) 1026 h) 1252 i) 1278 j) 3036

If you know how to fix the classroom keyboard, please let me know. All punctuation is turning into French symbols...

Tuesday, September 10

Write each pattern rule.

Then write the next 2 terms.

a) 6, 10, 18, 34, 66, … b) 2, 9, 30, 93, 282, …

Extra Practice:

c) 4, 6, 14, 46, 174, … d) 12, 16, 32, 96, 352, …

Write each pattern rule.

Then write the next 2 terms.

a) 6, 10, 18, 34, 66, … b) 2, 9, 30, 93, 282, …

Extra Practice:

c) 4, 6, 14, 46, 174, … d) 12, 16, 32, 96, 352, …

Monday, September 9

- return Terry Fox permission forms

- return IEP information forms (only students with IEPs)

- finish French nametag

Extra Practice (not homework that will be checked)

Find the pattern rule for this pattern and the next number: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21

- return Terry Fox permission forms

- return IEP information forms (only students with IEPs)

- finish French nametag

Extra Practice (not homework that will be checked)

Find the pattern rule for this pattern and the next number: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21

Friday, September 6

Find the first 6 terms of the pattern:

Start at 10. Multiply by 2, then subtract 5 each time.

Extra practice:

Start at 10. Multiply by 5, then subtract 2 each time.

Start at 10. Subtract 2, then multiply by 5 each time.

Start at 10. Subtract 5, then multiply by 2 each time.

How are the patterns the same? How are they different?

Find the first 6 terms of the pattern:

Start at 10. Multiply by 2, then subtract 5 each time.

Extra practice:

Start at 10. Multiply by 5, then subtract 2 each time.

Start at 10. Subtract 2, then multiply by 5 each time.

Start at 10. Subtract 5, then multiply by 2 each time.

How are the patterns the same? How are they different?

Thursday, September 5

Sorry for the delay - the internet went down at school!

The following table shows an input/output machine with 2 operations.

Input Output

1 5

2 9

3 13

4 17

5 21

6 25

a) Identify the numbers and operations of the input/output machine

b) Choose 4 different input numbers not already on the table. Find the output numbers.

Sorry for the delay - the internet went down at school!

The following table shows an input/output machine with 2 operations.

Input Output

1 5

2 9

3 13

4 17

5 21

6 25

a) Identify the numbers and operations of the input/output machine

b) Choose 4 different input numbers not already on the table. Find the output numbers.

Tuesday, September 3

- bring in magazines, scissors and glue for your writing notebook collage

- bring in magazines, scissors and glue for your writing notebook collage