
Homework for the week of March 26th
Due Wednesday
Science: Two log entries for invention log Invention Log
Due Thursday
Math: Unit 6 Packet 1.1 to 2.4
Science: Two log entries for invention log and prototype
Homework for the week of March 19th
Due Tuesday
Math: Fraction WS Challenge Group: Page 51 in Variables Chapter #23 and #17
Math: Data Project Poster
Due Wednesday
Math: Fraction WS Challenge Group: Page 52 #4 and 22
Due Thursday
Math: Graphing WS Challenge Group: Page 54 910 and 20
Homework for the week of March 12th
Due Tuesday
Math: Statistics/Graphing WS Challenge Group: Page 20 (Variables and Pattern in the second to last chapter): 12 and 2223
Due Wednesday
Math: Division/Multiplication/Graphing WS Challenge Group: Page 22: 34 and 2425
Due Thursday
Math: Unit 7 Packet
All Week
Science: Work on prototype and invention logs (must have at least 4 dates over next 2 weeks.)
Homework for the week of March 5th
Due Tuesday
Math: Division/Multiplication/Data WS Challenge Group: Page 19 (Data About Us at the very end of the book): 14, 2428
Due Wednesday
Math: Division/Data Plot WS Challenge Group: Page 22: 612
Due Thursday
Math: Unit 6 Lesson 3.1 to 4.4 packet
All Week
Science: Work on building your prototype and write out your invention logs based on what adjustments you make to your invention and your overall progress.
Homework for the week of February 26th
Due Tuesday
Math: Multiplication WS Challenge Group: Page 59 #2023 and 64
Due Wednesday
Math: Division WS Challenge Group: Page 89 #913
Due Thursday
Math: Percent Bar WS Challenge Group: Page 90 #1521
Invention Essay may be moved back to this date depending on how much class time was lost to assemblies and the field trip to Ramirez.
Sample Essay (Student was given an A):
Due Friday
Have your invention idea and groups finalized and be prepared to discuss it with the teacher.
Homework for the week of February 20th
Due Wednesday
Math: Multiplication WS or Math Book page 87 (Problems 24 and 2830)
Due Thursday
Math: Division WS or Math Book page 88 (58 and 4042)
Science: Invention Essay (1 per group)
Directions: Each group must write a 5 to 8 sentence paragraph that describes what their invention idea. They need to write out what problem it solves, materials that they are looking into to complete it and most importantly, what they plan to test out in order to get their idea into prototype form. For example, if their invention will rely on batteries, what types will they test out? Will it be rechargeable and what could it charge?
Homework for the week of Febraury 12th
Due Thursday
Math page 58 and 61
Due Friday
Science Journal Pages on weather and climate. Journal Notes on Climate
Due on Thursday February 22nd
Invention Data and Planning Sheet Invention Data Sheet
Homework for the week of February 5th
Due Wednesday
Summary of an invention that had a large impact on history (56 sentences)
Homework for the week of December 11th
Due Wednesday
Unit 3 Math Packet starting at lesson 3.1
Due Friday
History Day Project in final form
Homework for the week of December 4th
Due Friday
History Day Project Title Page, Bibliography and any resubmitted Process Papers (Links for title page and bibliography are on History Day tab.
Study for Math Unit Test on Friday.
Homework for the week of November 27th
Due Thursday
History Project Research Questions: Each group must give at least one paper, typed or handwritten that answers their project questions in detail. The link below shows the questions for ALL of the groups. You need to search for the specific group questions. Each group has a half page of questions, but should be written on a separate sheet of paper.
History Day Research Questions
Due Friday
Math Packet 1 for Unit 3. Links for invididual lessons are under the math tools tab.
Due Soon
Bibliographies for each project. Project must have at minimum 5 sources but should have closer to 10 sources. The sources have to come from a variety of types. Having all sources come from the internet will lower the grade in that rubric area. Videos found on the internet by National Geographic, Discovery Education or History Channel count as video sources, not internet sources.
Homework for the week of November 20th
Study for the Math Partner Quiz on Wednesday: Know how to multiply fractions, do visuals based on it and covert between mixed numbers and improper fractions.
Homework for the week of November 13th
Due Wednesday:
Math Reflection WS: This reviews parts of Unit 2 and early Unit 3. On the second page, students need to find the fraction of the whole for each part.
Due Friday:
History Day Process Paper: Each group must have a completed typed process paper that is under 500 words. A rubric link is on the week below.
Homework for the week of November 6th
Due Thursday:
1) Rough Draft for Process Paper. Students will receive a copy of what needs to be done Tuesday, but we did go over it in class today. One process paper needs to be turned in per group.
2) Math Packet for the end of Unit 2. Links are below for Unit 2 Investigations 3 and 4.
Homework for the week of October 30th
Due Wednesday: Context and Change Writing WS for History Day: Context and Change WS The entire group can turn in one sheet as long as they collaborate on it. Typing and saving it in the One Drive would also be a good idea.
Due Friday: Unit 2 Review WS: Unit 2 Study Guide and Study for the Test
For the Entire Week: Continue History Day Research (Take note on resources, check Discovery Education, local libraries)
IReady Lessons: Work on any area where you are below grade level.
Due Friday (November 10th): Unit 2 Packet 2 (Lessons 3.1 to 4.3) Links below
Math Journal Links
Unit 1:
Investigation 3
Investigation 4
Unit 2:
Investigation 1
Investigation 3
Investigation 4
Unit 3
Investigation 1
Investigation 2
Policy for Unfinished Work
When we track back on, there will be a renewed focus making students complete their work and put forth their best effort. Occasionally homework will be given out to specific students because they did not stay on task when we were going over important concepts in class. I will be sending out targeted mass emails to the parents of those students when it is required. As a grade level we do not give out that much homework , but the underlying assumption there is that when students are in class, they are making 100% effort to understand and complete assignments.