Homework is due the following day unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, May 24th: Please complete Study Links page 95.
Wednesday, May 23rd: Please complete Study Links page 87 and study for your Religion test.
Tuesday, May 22nd: Please complete Study Links page 85. Study for your Religion test on Thursday.
Monday, May 21st: Pleas complete Study Links, page 83. You have a Religion test on Thursday over the reviews on pages 157, 167 and 177.
Wednesday, May 16th: Please complete Study Links page 79. You have a quiz on the life cycle of stars on Friday. Here is one of the videos we watched in class about the life cycle of stars.
Tuesday, May 15th: Please complete Study Links page 77. Here is the link to the Khan Academy video about how to do the Partial Quotients method of division.
Monday, May 14th: Please complete Study Links page 75.
Thursday, May 10th: Please complete your handout I gave you in preparation for your test on Friday. If you don’t have your homework, here is a copy.
Wednesday, May 9th: Please complete Study Links page 69.
Tuesday, May 8th: Please complete the handout on the missing angles of quadrilaterals.
Thursday, May 3rd: Study Links page 67 and study for your test on the Ten Commandments.
Tuesday, May 1st: Label your diagram of the ocean that I handed out in class. Study for your science test on Thursday and your 10 Commandments test on Friday.
Monday, April 30th: Go over your science study pages 4 times tonight, carefully! If you won’t have much time to study the rest of the week, go over the answers even more!
Wednesday, April 25th: Please complete Study Links page 65 and study for your math test! You also have your 10 Commandments assignment due on Friday.
Tuesday, April 24th: Please complete Study Links page 63 and study your flash cards for your quiz on Thursday.
Monday, April 23rd: Please complete Study Links page 61. You will have a quiz on Thursday, so please be studying your flash cards for your geometry vocabulary.
Thursday, April 19th: Please complete the handout Mrs. Reynolds gave you on measuring angles within a circle.
Wednesday, April 18th: Study Links page 59. Don’t forget – when you are measuring your angles: Angle ABC means you should measure the angle labeled “B” — the middle letter.
Tuesday, April 17th: No homework from Mrs. Hill tonight!
Monday, April 16th: No homework from Mrs. Hill tonight!
Wednesday, April 4th: No homework – you can make yourself some lists of numbers and then figure out the minimum, maximum, range, mode, median and mean of the numbers in preparation for your test on Thursday if you’d like.
Tuesday, April 3rd: Please complete the handout I gave you on finding the Range, Mean, Mode and Median for a set of numbers. You will have a quiz on this information Thursday.
Monday, April 2nd: Please use your compass to create 3 concentric circles (three circles inside each other). Then use your ruler to create a 4 inch segment and your compass to copy the 4 inch segment – just like we practiced in class.
Thursday, March 29th: Study for your decimal multiplication test!
Wednesday, March 28th: Please complete Study Links page 53.
Tuesday, March 27th: Please complete Study Links page 51.
Monday, March 26th: Please complete Study Links page 45.
Thursday, March 22nd: Please complete the multiplication sheet using the LATTICE method of multiplication. Here is the Khan Academy video we watched in class.
Wednesday, March 21st: Review your ACRE test study sheet and flash cards 5 times in preparation for tomorrow’s test.
Tuesday, March 20th: Math: Please complete Study Links page 43.
Religion class: Read pages 187, 188 and 189. Make flash cards for the 4 vocabulary words on that page. Bring the flash cards tomorrow to class.
Monday, March 19th: Read pages 133-138 in your Call to Faith book. Do the activities on pages 133 and 135. If you are re-doing your math homework, it is also due on Tuesday.
Thursday, March 15th: Please complete the worksheet on decimal multiplication. This sheet is very similar to last night’s homework, so it should be pretty easy!
Wednesday, March 14th: Please complete the worksheet on decimal multiplication. Here is the link to the video we watched in class to help you.
Tuesday, March 13th: please complete Study Links page 41
Monday, March 12th: Please complete Study Links page 39
Thursday, March 8th: Please complete Study Links page 37 and the “certain or impossible” handout.
Wednesday, February 29th: Please talk to your parent(s) about your family budget. Write a one paragraph paper telling me what kinds of things your family budgets for, and the importance of having a budget.
Monday, February 27th: Please fill out your 3 Ameritowne checks and your register! Don’t forget… checks cannot be made for more than $100 each. Make sure you bring your checks, the register and your Ameritowne book (if you took it home) back to school.
Monday, February 13th: Study for your science test, which is WEDNESDAY. If I gave you makeup work for TenMarks, that is due tomorrow. Don’t forget your Valentine’s Day cards.
Thursday, February 9th: No homework tonight! Enjoy your evening off!
Wednesday, February 8th: Please draw 1 acute triangle, and label the angles. Draw 1 obtuse triangle, and label the angles, and one scalene triangle and label the angles. A scalene triangle has angles that are all different, and the length of the sides are all different.
Tuesday, February 7th: Students need to draw 2 triangles that are congruent, 2 triangles that are similar, and one right triangle. None of these can be equilateral triangles. TenMarks is due Wednesday night. The assignment was on line graphs.
Monday, February 6th: Students need to draw a “perfect” equilateral triangle. This means the triangle should have equal length sides, and each angle should measure 60 degrees. Students should do their TenMarks assignment if they have not already completed it. It’s due on Wednesday. Get a good night’s rest and eat a good breakfast so you can do well on the ITBS tests! These start on Tuesday.
The 5th Grade class sang “Thank You, Parents” during the Parent Appreciation Day assembly. Here is a video of their performance! It will take 5 minutes or more to download, so be patient! The students did a GREAT job. Get your kleenex ready.
Wednesday, February 1, Please complete the handout I gave you on angles and using your protractor. If you don’t have your protractor, you can print out paper ones from the internet. Just google “paper protractor” and you’ll see some to choose from.
Tenmarks is due NEXT Wednesday, February 8th. This will have given you 2 weeks for this last assignment, so hopefully everyone will get it done.
Tuesday, January 31st: Study Links page 57 is your homework. I gave you the answers for questions 7-11 in class.
Monday, January 30th: Please complete the handout on finding perimeters of a shape.
Thursday, January 26th: No homework— unless you want to do your new TenMarks assignment!
Wednesday, January 25th: Please complete the worksheet on percentages.
Tuesday, January 24th: Please complete page 151 in Study Links. The link to the video for Monday’s homework will help you. This is your last night to finish your Tenmarks assignment.
Monday, January 23rd: Please complete the handout on order of operations. Here is the video we watched in class, if you need some help.
Tenmarks is due tomorrow night (Tuesday) at the latest.
Thursday, January 19th: Please complete Study Links, page 155.
Wednesday, January 18th: Please complete Study Links, page 157. Tenmarks is due Tuesday, January 24th.
Tuesday, January 17th: Please complete the word problems handout. Don’t do problem #10 because you can’t read it. TenMarks assignments are due NEXT Tuesday, January 24th.
Thursday, January 12th: Please complete the handout on estimation. You should not try to calculate the answer – just use your brain to come up with a close guess.
Wednesday, January 11: Please complete the handout on basic math skills. If you have not completed your TenMarks assignment, this is your last night to finish it. I will be grading it on Thursday.
Tuesday, January 10th: Please complete the bar graph handout to help you analyze and work with information in bar graphs. Your Tenmarks assignment is due on Thursday morning – don’t forget!
Monday, January 9th: Please study for your science test tomorrow! For math, please complete the handout on adding decimals. Please double-check with a calculator CAREFULLY. It’s very easy to hit the wrong number, so double-check twice. If you lost your assignment, here is a link to that page:
Thursday, January 5th: Please complete the handout entitled Analyzing Data.
Wednesday, January 4th: Due tomorrow: Study Links pages 111 and 112.
Tuesday, January 3rd: Due tomorrow: Study Links page 109. There is a new TenMarks assignment – it’s the only assignment currently on the site. This assignment is 20 questions about different kinds of charts and graphs. You have one week to do this assignment.
Monday, December 12: Please complete Study Links page 139. This will give you more practice with fractions!
Thursday, December 8th: Please complete the handout on adding mixed fractions so you can practice and understand how to do these.
Wednesday, December 7th: Please complete page 137 in Study Links. This will help you practice working with fractions. Don’t forget to study for your quiz.
Tuesday, December 6th: Please complete the worksheet (front and back) on adding fractions with unlike denominators. You should know how to add these types of fractions for your test on Thursday. Here is a video to help you if you need it.
Monday, December 5th: Please complete Study Links page 135. You should understand how to add fractions and mixed-number fractions. You will have a quiz on adding fractions this Thursday. Here is a video to help you.
Thursday, December 1st: Please complete Study Links page 115 to help you practice fraction word problems.
Wednesday, November 30th: Please complete Study Links page 99 in preparation for your test on Thursday over Equivalent Fractions. You should be able to find equivalent fractions for any given fraction.
Tuesday, November 29th: Please complete Study Links page 93.
Monday, November 28th: Please complete Journal Page 134, which I copied for you as a hand out.
Thursday, November 17th: Please complete Study Links page 97.
Wednesday, November 16th: Please complete the handout on reducing fractions. Here is a video in case you need some help remembering how to do that.
Tuesday, November 15th: Please complete the worksheet on adding fractions. The fractions are “stacked” instead of being written horizontally. You may re-write them on a separate sheet of paper if you’d like. The video for Monday’s homework reviews how to add fractions.
Monday, October 14th: Please complete BOTH sides of the adding and subtracting worksheet. Here is a link to the side with the addition, if you lost your copy. Here is a copy to the subtraction side if you lost your copy. Here is a video covering how to add or subtract fractions with unlike denominators.
Wednesday, November 9: Please complete both sides of the fraction addition worksheet. If the sum of the fractions is an improper fraction, please convert it to a whole number and proper fraction, (called a mixed number) like we did in class. If you need a video to remind you how to deal with improper fractions, please click here.
Study for your science test!
Tuesday, November 8th: Please complete the worksheet on equivalent fractions.
Science: Here are some science videos we watched to help you study for your test on Thursday: 1. Transport systems and photosynthesis
Monday, November 7th: Please complete the worksheet on finding the least common multiples of numbers. Here is a video to help you. This is not the same video we saw in class — I like this one even better.
Thursday, November 3rd: Please complete the worksheet I handed out on variables. Don’t forget to do both sides. There will have one of our “3 minute” math facts quizzes on Friday morning, so please study if you need to.
Wednesday, November 2: Please complete Study Links page 33.
Tuesday, November 1st: Please complete the worksheet on reducing fractions. Here is a video if you need some help.
Thursday, October 27th: Please complete page 31 in Study Links.
Wednesday, October 26th: Please complete page 29 in study links. Please watch this video on “partial sum addition” which is adding from left-to-right.
Tuesday, October 25th: Please complete the worksheet on reducing fractions. Here is a short video that may help you.
Monday, October 24th: Please complete the worksheet on mental math multiplication and division. If you received a “re-do” homework assignment, please complete that as well.
Wednesday, October 19th: Please complete the homework on percentages and rouding to the hundredth place. Here is a short video on rounding decimals if you need help. Note that this video rounds to the TENTHS place. You are rounding to the HUNDREDTHS place (the 2nd digit after the decimal). http://www.khanacademy.org/video/rounding-decimals?playlist=Developmental+Math
DON’T FORGET YOUR ARTHROPOD PROJECT ON THURSDAY!
Tuesday, October 18th: Please complete the worksheet on decimals and percents. Don’t forget your sack lunch on Wednesday and your arthropod project on Thursday!
Monday, October 17th: Please complete page 27 in Study Links. The median length of a step for this problem is 24 inches (2 feet). The distance you can walk in one minute is 60 steps.
Thursday: Please read pages 23, 24 and 25 in the Study Links book and have your parent or guardian sign page 25. If you are working on your multiplication tables, please study for your test.
Wednesday, October 12:
Math: Study for your test tomorrow. Use your homework to help you.
Science: A “Design your own arthropod” project was assigned today. It is due next Thursday, October 20th.
Tuesday, October 11th: Please complete both sides of the test review handout. If you can do these problems pretty easily, you should do well on Thursday’s test. If you are having some trouble, you can come on Wednesday morning at 7:20 to get some help, or you can see me at recess on Wednesday.
Monday, October 10, 2011: Please complete the worksheet I handed out on Place Value. Here is the video we watched in class explaining place value and decimal place value:
Thursday, October 6th: Please do the handout on scientific (exponential) notation. Answers should just be very simple – a single digit * 10 to an exponent. For example, the answer to question # 1 should be: 7*10 6 where 6 is the exponent (it’s hard to make an exponent on the homework page).
Wednesday, October 5,: Please do the handout on rounding. Here are 3 videos that explain rounding whole numbers. Video #1 (This explains the logic behind how to round) Video#2 (This video gives you the procedure for rounding and an example) Video#3 (This video gives some more examples of rounding)
Tuesday, October 4, : Math: Please complete the 2-sided handout on converting fractions to decimals. Click here to see a link to a video about how to convert fractions to decimals.
Monday, October 3: Please complete the worksheet on factor trees that I handed out in class. The examples at the top of the page should help you do the problems.
Thursday, September 29, 2011: Please do page 21 in the Study Links book. Here is a video about exponents and exponential notation if you need some help.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011: Please do page 19 in Study Links.
Here is a video to help with how to find square roots.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011: Please do the handout I gave you on converting fractions to decimals. You may double-check your work with a calculator if you’d like. You may do your work on the back of the hand-out, or on a separate sheet of paper. Click here to see a link to the video we watched in class about how to convert fractions to decimals.
Monday, Sept. 26: Math: Please do page 17 in your Study Links book.
Thursday, September 22, 2011: Math: Page 19 in the Student Journal (not Study Links). Also, study for your multiplication test.
Wednesday, September 21: Math: Study for your test on Thursday. You may come in on Thursday morning at 7:20 if you’d like extra help before the test. The test covers:
Addition with carrying; Subtraction with borrowing and borrowing with zeros; Long division with remainders; Finding factors of a number.
Also – on a sheet of paper, list all of the prime numbers from 0 – 100.
Tuesday, September 20th: Handout of problems that will be similiar to a quiz for Thursday. Students can come in for extra help on Wednesday at recess, or on Thursday morning at 7:20. We will work on subtracting across zeros, long division with remainders and any of the other computations that will be on Thursday’s quiz.
Monday, September 19, 2011: Math: Handout of subtraction and division problems.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011: Math: please complete the “Create your own math problems” handout. Read the instructions carefully.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011: Please do the worksheet I gave to you on division. You can use the following website to help you if you get stuck: http://www.khanacademy.org/video/division-2?playlist=Arithmetic
Monday, September 12, 2011: Math – please do the handout I gave to you on subtraction across zeors.
Thursday, September 8, 2011: Math – I gave everyone a worksheet on subtraction with borrowing. Show your work; you may check your answers with a calculator, but re-work the problem if your answer was incorrect.
Wednesday, September 7: Math: Study Links page 15. We will have a quiz on Friday over the “6″ multiplication facts (6×1, 6×2, 6×3…., 6×10.).
Tuesday, September 6, 2011: Math: I gave each student a worksheet on factors, which is due on Wednesday.
Friday, September 2, 2011:
No homework tonight because it’s Friday! Have a GREAT Labor Day weekend!
Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011
Math: Study Links page 13
Science: Study your Scientific Method hand out sheet and poster for a quiz on Friday. You need to be able to fill in a blank Scientific Method poster. You don’t have to memorize the arrows on the poster. I will put the arrows in for you.
Nice work on the “mystery bag” lab we did on Wednesday! I hope you all enjoyed it.
Tuesday – August 30, 2011:
Math – please read pages 3 – 5 in the STUDY LINKS book with your parent or the person who most often helps you with math homework.
DO page 7 in the STUDY LINKS book. Don’t forget questions 4 – 8 at the bottom of page 7. You may re-write those equations to “stack them” if you’d like. If you need more room to show your work, please feel free to use another sheet of paper and staple it to page 7.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Math: Please do pages 7 and 9 in the Study Links book.
Bring in your SIGNED green sheet on Thursday and you can come out of uniform. This sheet states that you have read and understand the student handbook. Parents must also sign the sheet.