Homework Grade 6

Exam topics - review notes and practice problems.
Fractions - all operations
Volume formula for a rectangular prism
Coefficient, Exponent, Variable, Constant
Least Common Multiple
Greatest Common Factor
Decimals - all operations
Area of a triangle
Unit rates




May 22
Working on our area and perimeter zoo in class

May 1
Page 288 #3, 4, 5, 6

April 30
Page 287 #3,4,5

April 23
Test on surface area using a net - Thursday, April 26

April 18
Complete the surface area of the 2 square pyramids you copied from the board



April 17
Page 305 #9 and 11
*find the surface area of each shape
*draw and label the net
*label each formula
*be neat and organized!

April 16
Finish the worksheet "Pigpen Puzzler"
Work on the back or loose leaf!


Corrections are due on Friday
Number of the Week:
3
4




April 12
Page 279 #4 and page 281 #8-9

April 10
Test tomorrow - study the formulas!

April 9
finish page 280 #4-7
STUDY formulas for area:
Area Formulas.jpg

test Wednesday

April 3
page 271 #1; page 272 #1 and 3; page 273 #7 and 9
Write the formula and solve

Math packet due - Friday, March 23!!

March 6
Finish inequality worksheet
March 1
Finish worksheet

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February 28
Complete worksheet - one step equations
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February 26
Test tomorrow - combining like terms, factoring and distributive property

February 21
finish worksheet - factoring an expression


February 20
Page 210 #1-3; #7-10 write yes or no and #11-13

February 19
finish distributive property worksheet


February 15
complete combing like terms worksheet
number of the week (-4) and corrections due

February 12
page 203 #1-6
page 204 #14-16

February 6
Test on Wednesday
study vocabulary and plotting points on the coordinate plane

January 25
study vocab in copybook
Number of the Week is 52 and is due tomorrow

January 23

Page 188 #20 - 23


January 22
Page 186
Number of the week is 52 for Super Bowl 52!!!!!

January 16
We will be trading coordinate projects tomorrow
Be sure all of your parts are ready to hand in!!!!!

January 10
We are working - in class - on our coordinate plane project.











January 8
Page 139 #2-7 and page 140 #6-10

December 18
Remember: All test corrections and the Twelve Days of Christmas are due before Christmas break!!

December 4
Test on LCM and GCF and prime factor trees - Monday, December 11

November 28
Page 124 #18 in your copybook

November 27
Page 124 #3,4,5 find least common multiple
and greatest common factor
In you copybook


November 17
test corrections due Monday for adding and subtracting decimal test


November 16
Division of decimal test - tomorrow
number of the week - 42

November 15
Division of decimals test - Friday

November 14
Room 6-23 Page 118 #27, 28, 29

November 8
Page 116 #15 - 18 Neatly in your copybook

November 7
test on decimal addition and subtraction and multiplication on Wednesday!
for today's worksheet of adding and subtracting - here are the answers to #6-10
6. 0.963 hours
7. 2.2182 miles
8. 12.0439 gallons
9. 28.0702 feet
10. 0.206 pounds

November 6
finish multiplication worksheet
test on decimal multiplication, addition and subtraction on Wednesday, November 8


November 1
Page 110 #28 - 31

October 30
Page 108 last column in copybook!! #3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18
Number of the week is 13 - it will be due on Thursday, November 9


October 24
Page 84 #7-12
Division of fractions test - Thursday,October 26!


October 23
Page 84 #1-6
Division of fractions test - Thursday,October 26!

October 17
Multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers test on Thursday
Be sure to look over the word problems we did today in class.



October 16
Test on multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers
- Thursday 10/19

There will be no Number of the Week this week!
It is "catch-up" week.
If you owe any past Number of the Week papers - get them in by Friday!


October 12
Page 83 #1-5
You can do them in your book, but ignore the blanks for #1 and #3.

Number of the Week is due tomorrow - Friday the 13!!
Your number is 103

October 9
complete worksheet page 5 #1-10
You can draw a picture for #1-6 if you want to (you don't have to)
October 3
Solving proportions test tomorrow

October 2
Test on solving % using proportions on Wednesday, October 4

September 29
We will finish the % coloring sheet on Monday




September 27
Page 55 # 5, 6, 7 IN COPYBOOK!!!! FOLLOW WHAT WE DID IN CLASS!!

September 25
Page 48 #11-14
complete the work in your copybook!!
Follow the model we did in class


September 21
page 30

Number of the week due tomorrow
Your number is 14
Test corrections due 9/27

September 20
page 22

Test signed
Corrections due 9/27

Thursday, September 14
Number of the Week is due tomorrow!!
Your number is 28

Quiz - Tuesday, September 19
writing ratios 3 ways
finding the unit rate


Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Page 15 #12 - 16

do all work in your copybook - follow the example!



Monday, September 11, 2017
page 14 #1 - 5

September 2017

Be sure you have all supplies ready for Monday
1.graph paper copybook
2.pencil case with supplies - pens, pencils,glue,tape, etc
3.Math book
4.calculator

We will be going over procedures for Number of the week, test corrections and copybook.






















Tuesday, June 6 Math exam
focus on the problems in your book we completed together.
remember you need a calculator!!



April 27
page 318 # 1-5a, b, c

April 24
Test tomorrow - surface area
be sure to know your formulas!!

April 21
Test Tuesday - surface area

April 18

Answer 2 questions about your perimeter and area chart.


April 6
Page 297 # 1-4

April 4
Page 295 #1-3
March 30
review volume worksheet using fractions and volume of composed figures worksheet.
Quiz on Friday

March 29
volume quiz on Friday!

March 28
Finish the volume worksheet

March 13
Page 288 #3-6

March 7
Plan for shape picture
You will be putting it together in class on Thursday


February 28
Page 279 #3 and 4
Show all work in copybook


February 27
Page 280
Be sure to know your formulas!!!!!

February 21
Page 272 - write the formula!!

February 15
Test!
study pages 254 - 260, and papers in copybook

February 14
Finish input (x)/ output (y) worksheet
test Thursday

February 13
Page 260 #17-18
February 8
Finish worksheet #1 -6

January 23
Test - Thursday - January 26
solving one-step equations - all operations!!

January 18
Complete the following equations in your copybook.
BE NEAT

x + 4 = 12
x - 9 = 8
4 + x = 10
x - 3 = 16
7 + x = 18

January 17
Page 233
DO NOT FOLLOWDIRECTIONS!!
Complete #1 - 5 in your copy book - Be Neat!!!

January 11
Quiz on Friday - combining like terms and distributive property


January 10
Page 210 # 1 -13

January 5
worksheet - complete commutative property and combining like terms
January 4
Page 203

January 3
Page 202 # 1 -18

December 19
Quiz - Wednesday, December 21
expressions vocabulary
December 13

page 186
Test corrections due on Thursday, 12/15
December 12
Page 178 #1 - 15

December 6
Test Wednesday, December 7. absolute value, opposites, greater than/less than with integers, plotting points on the coordinate plane

December 5
Page 169 # 22 - 25

Test Wednesday, December 7. absolute value, opposites, greater than/less than with integers, plotting points on the coordinate plane


November 29
Page 159 #27-28

November 28
Page 156 #1-20

November 17
Page 146 #6-9

NOVEMBER 16
PAGE 132
November 14
Study your notes for GCF and LCM word problems!!!
November 2
Page 124 #1-18

November 1
study the definitions of factors and multiples
be sure you know the difference

October 26
complete worksheet

October 25
Page 116 Odd numbers

October 24

Page 108

October 19
Quiz on Friday - multiplying and dividing fractions**


October 18
Complete worksheet of multiplying fractions.
October 17
Page 92 - 93 # 3-9


October 13
Page 84 #7-12

October 12
Page 84 # 1 - 6
October 10
unit one test
October 6
Test on unit one - Tuesday, October 11
*writing ratios
*unit rates
*solving % problems with proportions
*soving proportions

October 4
Page 69 # 1-2
Set up a proportion for each problem.
Use words or an abbreviation on your "skeleton"
Be sure to answer both parts of the problem.




October 3
40 Hours tonight

September 29
Quiz! Be sure your notes in your copybook are neat. You will be able to use your book for reference.

September 28
No written homework tonight, but we will have a quiz on Friday on solving percent problems using the proportion method we have been working on. Look over your notes. We will practice in class on Thursday.

September 27
Page 48 # 11-14
Complete the work in your copybook!
Use the proportion like we did in class

September 26

page 46 #1-4


September 22

Page 30 - 31 # 1 - 3

September 21
Page 21 # 3-4
Page 22 # 5-6

Great job on your first quiz yesterday!!!!!

September 20

Page 22 # 3-4

September 19

Quiz on Tuesday
writing ratios 3 ways
writing the ratio from a picture or words
finding the unit ratio
This is everything we went over in class today!


September 15

Do you best with these. Give them a try.
I know you can do it!!!!

Page 16 numbers 23-25

September14
Page 15, numbers 12 - 16

September 13

Page 14 numbers 1-5


September 9, 2016

We had a good day enjoying the cool parish hall!! Thank you Mrs. Z.

Remember: All Summer Math is due on Monday, September 12 if you have not already turned it in.


























































9/7/15


Happy Labor Day!!


All summer math packets are due tomorrow September 8.

Thank you to everyone who already handed them in.

9/9/15
Words to Know
You should have a definition of these words in your copybook.

ratio
unit rate

A good place to look for more help:
https://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/ratio.html


9/9

Homework 9/9 (put this in your copybook)

Find the unit rate (remember its the amount per one)
show all your work
you do not need to copy the word problem
use labels

1. Martha can complete 6 laps around the track in 18 minutes. How many minutes does it take her to do one lap?

2. Bill tipped the 5 waiters at the restaurant $75. How much did each of the waiters get?

3. We paid $100 for 20 pizzas for our party. How much did one pizza cost?



9/10/15

Surprise!! No homework tonight! It is Back to School Night for your parents!! Please remind them - 7:00.

9/15/15

Complete the following. You do not have to copy the problems into your copybook, but you must use words when you set up the problems and show your work!!

1. 6 pears for $2.10. How much for one pear?

2. 64 feet in 2 seconds. How far in 1 second?

3. 1 pencil cost 20 cents, how much for 6 pencils?

4. 24 crayons in 3 boxes. How many crayons in 1 box?

5. 30 miles in 1 hour. How far in 5 hours?


9/16/15

Complete problems 6-10 in copybook.
Quiz on Friday (9/18) setting up a ratio, finding and using the unit rate.

6. Mr. White can travel for 6 hours while taking 3 breaks of 10 minutes each.Once, he had to travel for 36 hours.How many minutes in breaks did he take?
7. Sofia learned 10 recipes to create party dishes. She learned these recipesin two weeks. How many recipes can Sofia learn in 5 weeks?
8. In our class, our class teacher gave us a project to complete in 15 days. Ifthe teacher assigned 4 consecutive projects, how many days will you haveto complete the projects?
9. Miss Bird is going to launch an exhibition. Miss Bird can make 8 sculpturesin 6 months. If she prepared 12 sculptures, how much time would she take?
10. Charles is going to buy 3 computer tables for $390. If he pays the samerate, how much would it cost for 8 computer tables?

9/17/15

study for quiz!

9/21/15

Get test signed!




9/29/15

Complete the back of your worksheet - estimating percents.


9/30

Solve each percentage problem. Use either the proportion method or change the % to a decimal and multiply.


45% of 209

45 = ?
100 209

45 x 209 = 94.05

100

OR

45% = .45

.45 x 209 =94.05

23% of 16

55% of 220

96% of 135

25% of 79

11% of 79





October 1


Solve each using a proportion just like we did in class. Show all steps.

50% of X is 19

50 = 19
100 x

50x = 1900 cross multiply

50x = 1900 divide
50 50

x = 38



80% of _ is 24

15% of _ is 18

25% of _ is 9

12% of _ is 66

76% of _ is 190


10/5

What % of 60 is 12?
What % of 16 is 12?
What % of 120 is 90?
What % of 600 is 510?

.October 6

Finish the word problems from the sheet we did in school.

Test on Thursday on solving the 3 kinds of % problems we have been working on.:
_% of is __?

missing the %
missing the of
missing the is


October 12

No Homework tonight. All students will attend Forty Hours Devotion.




October 13

Complete the odd number problems!!


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October 14


3. 􏰀􏰂 2/4 of a cup of cold water in a fridge were share by 3 people. How many cups of water does each person get?
4. 4/3 acres are separated into 1/3 acre plots for new homes. How many new home land plots were created?
5. What is the weight of flour if 12 people share 3/4 lb of flour equally?

October 15
No Homework tonight!!


October 19

Finish the multiplying decimal problems from the puzzle worksheet.

Test Wednesday on dividing fractions and all operations on decimals!


October 20

Test tomorrow.


October 22

Get test signed.

Write < > =

5 _ -3 -10 10

-6_ 5 -3 _ -8

-2_ -5 9 _ 2

0 -8 -5_-5

13_ -36 9_-7




October 26
study your words opposites and absolute value.

Name the number:

absolute value of 8
opposite of -2
opposite of 9
absolute value of -5
absolute value of 15
opposite of 15
absolute value of -15
opposite of 8
opposite of -10
absolute value of -257

The second page of the work sheet below has the answers!! Do the problems first, then check!!






October 27


Quiz on Thursday on the coordinate plane, absolute value, and opposites.

November 2


You and your partner will work this week in class on this week on a coordinate plane activity.


November 9


Find GCF for the following sets of numbers.

  1. 12 and 42
  2. 8and12
  3. 12 and 21
  4. 30 and 65
  5. 20 and 8

Find the LCM for the following sets of numbers

  1. 8, 35
  2. 15, 12
  3. 5, 8
  4. 18, 15
  5. 35, 10

November 10

We will be making factor trees in class. Think of a good number to use and decide what kind of tree you will make. Bring to class whatever you will need such as paper, crayons, glue, markers, etc

November 11

Working on our factor tree trees!!

November 16
Complete worksheet on exponents!

November 18

Write and algebraic expression for the following words

13 less than a number

the sum of a number and 9

6 more than the difference of a number and 5

2 time the difference of a number and 4

12 divided by the sum of a number and 2

10 less than the quotient of a number and 3

6 minus the difference of an number and 3

November 19

Complete worksheet

November 30
combine like terms
use distributive property

2(c + 3)

3g + 5 + 2g + 10

3(2x + 4) - x

2(2 + 4c + 7)

3a + 12b + 2a - 6b

December 1

factor these

4b + 10

12x + 6x + 9

4d + 10

10g + 15h + 2n

10m + 8

Give this one a try!!

3x2 - 18x+9

December 2


Show your work!!

x + 4 = 13

x + 3 = 10

x + 11 = 28

x - 6 = 9

x - 17 = 3

x - 9 = 0

x - 2 = 25

December 3

finish worksheet


December 10

Test Tuesday

Solving one step equations - all operations
proportions


December 14

Test

Solving one step equations - all operations
proportions


January 4. 2016

Use the "Butterfly" method to add or subtract these fractions. You can draw the butterfly or not!

5/9 - 1/4

4/7 - 3/8

3/4 + 5/6

1/3 + 8/9

January 5


finish worksheet numbers 8 - 12

Maintenance sheet due Friday!


January 6


Test Friday
complete maintenance sheet - due Friday


X - 4/5 = 1/3

x + 1/3 = 1/5

x + 1/8 = 4/6

x - 3/8 = 1/ 4


January 7

Test tomorrow (Friday) adding and subtracting fractions and using them in simple equations.

Maintenance sheet is due. Show all the work!


January 11

We will be working on our project all week. Be sure you have thought of 2 good examples.

Maintenance sheet due Thursday!

Grade 6 Fraction Project

FRACTIONS IN REAL LIFE


  • Identify 2 real life examples of adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing fractions.
    • each example should be a different operation - for example one multiply and one addition
    • show the math work involved

  • Write a paragraph describing each real life example in detail
    • for example you could include who would do this and why

  • Draw a picture depicting those two real life examples. (with color)
    • draw picture on nice paper
    • label or write a caption

  • Present to the class


January 12

Working on your fraction project.


January 14

Have a good long weekend.

Here is a great math dictionary -
http://www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com/dictionary.html


January 21


Graph the following inequalities

x > 17

x < 8

x < -9

x > 15


You have at least $10 to buy lunch.


Marge is buying 4 or less containers of ice cream


January 27

Solve the following inequalities and graph.

x + 3 > 13

x - 5 < 3

4x < 36

x > 3
4

x +7 < 30

7x > 42


January 28

Solve and graph.

15 > x + 3

12 < 3x

11 < x - 8

6 > x
3





February 8

On Monday & Tuesday, Febraury 8-9, we will have Registration in the Parish Hall from
9-10:30 AM & 6-7:30 PM. This is for any New REGISTRATION. If you want to re-register your child, you must have all tuition and Raffle paid in full. If you need to complete your tuition and/or Raffle, you can come in at this time and do so and then proceed to Registration.

Complete worksheet - THINK!!!!!!



  • at least - means greater than or equal to



  • no more than - means less than or equal to



  • more than - means greater than



  • less than - means less than

February 9

test on inequalities - Thursday

Math maintenance due on Friday


February 10

study for test

Math maintenance due Friday


February 11
Get rubric signed for your fraction project. You may keep the project. Nice work on these!!

Math Maintenance due!


February 16


Complete #4 on Page 257 of worksheet packet.
Math maintenance due Friday.


February 18

Math maintenance due



February 25


Tomorrow starts your Terra Nova testing. Get a good night's sleep and eat breakfast!!


March 7


Study the words and pictures in your copybook!


March 8

Study the notes in your copybook!!!!!!!

March 9

You do not have to print this out. (you can if you want to) Just write the answers in the copybook.



March 10

Study all of your geometry notes!


3-14


Happy Pi Day!images.jpeg

finish your graph if you did not hand it in today


March 11
Find the perimeter of the following:

A square - one side is 5 feet

A rectangle - the length is 3 inches and the width is 4 inches

A hexagon - each side is 12 cm

An irregular pentagon with sides - 12 m, 3m, 6m, 10m, 7m

An irregular polygon with sides - 22.5 yards, 13.2 yards, 16 yards, 27.4 yards



March 17

Complete the even numbers 1 to 7


Complete these



You do not have to print them out if you don't want to


March 21

Study for test


March 22

Study for test


March 29

Look at your notes from today on area and perimeter.

Study - there will be a retest on Friday on the following:

parallel and perpendicular lines
complementary and supplementary angles
adjacent, linear, vertical angles



March 30

We will work on our paper zoo in class.
Study for retest on Friday!


March 31

Study for retest.

lines:
parallel
perpendicular
intersecting

angles:
complementary
supplementary
vertical
adjacent
linear


April 4

Find the area of the following. You can print this page or draw the pictures in your copybook or just do the work in your copybook.
Be sure to write the formulas and study them!!!



April 5

Finish worksheet

April 6

Finish worksheet

April 11

THURSDAY!!!
test on area and perimeter - rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, mixed shapes

April 12

TEST!! TOMORROW!!



April 14

Here is your test!

Show me your work on loose leaf. You can draw the shapes, but you do not have to draw them.
Thank you for being patient and cooperating!!!




April 27

Complete worksheet

April 28

Make a dot plot for each of the following.

1. number of pets in Kate's girl scout troop.

0 3 2 0 2 1 2 2 6 2

2. Time it took students to run a mile in Eli's gym class

6 8 9 11 10 9 12 9 8 8 7 9 11 9 10 13

3. the number of medals won by the members of the middle school track team.

2 7 1 0 7 7 3 1 2 7 0 1 2 2 6



May 2

Complete worksheet from class.


May 3

Complete box and whisker plot for numbers 5 and 6 on your worksheet.



EXAM REVIEW

We have been practicing and reviewing for our math exam. Each student has been given a practice packet that we have completed and reviewed. We also did extra problems and wrote a list of topics in our copybooks.
We have a few more days to practice before exam week.


The days are hot and the end is close, but reviewing is important to get ready for exams!!


Here is a list of what you should be working on:


area, perimeter, volume
decimals - all operations
fractions - all operations
patterns
mean, median, mode, range
LCM, GCF
integers on a number line and on the coordinate plane
unit rate
distributive property
3(x + 4) = 3x + 12