Week of Oct. 18-22

Monday, Oct. 18

Today in Math, students wrote their Numbers Unit Test.

We will continue tomorrow if anyone needs more time.

Tuesday, Oct. 19

Today, students that need a little more time to finish yesterday's test will have the opportunity.

Those that finish, please click on the link below to read about converting between decimals, fractions, and percents:


Then try these questions on your own - show Mr. Ingram your score when you finish :)


Wednesday, Oct. 20

Today, we corrected our math tests together using red pen in class.

Thursday, Oct. 21

- Students are reviewing working with decimal numbers (add, subtract, and multiply today).

- Please watch the following video to start class: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwh4SD1ToFc

- Hand out the Adding/Subtracting/Multiply Worksheets and do half of them with the class on the whiteboard or under the Elmo

- Please remind students to remember carrying and/or borrowing. Also remind them how multiplication results in the number of decimal places that the multiplier had (nice shortcut).

- Students may not finish the whole sheet, and that's fine - as long as they try a few.

Friday, Oct. 22

- Students should try to finish a few more questions from yesterday (no more than about 15 min though).

- Today will have a lot to look at, so I recommend watching a couple of videos and then practice before moving on to the next area.

- Start with these videos about converting between decimals and percents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ31kZey01I and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPmno8_2zi0

- Hand out the Converting Worksheets and do half of the Percent-Decimal and Decimal-Percent questions.

- Next, if time allows, watch these videos about converting between fractions and decimals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guBVW5PiHLs and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qesj2jpktaE

- Do half of the Fraction-Decimal and Decimal-Fraction questions and have students try some on their own.

- Finally, if they get this far, watch these videos about converting between fractions and percent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZMj0OX5WJ8 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUlbT4-NEdg

- Do half of the Fraction-Percent and Percent Fraction questions and have students try some on their own.