Math book log-in for periods 1, 2, 3, & 7

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Students from periods 1, 2, 3 & 7,  can use the following link to access their math book on-line.  Students should have their usernames and passwords written on their “math reference sheet.”


Math Reminder

From Mrs. Litke

Students in periods 1, 2, 3, & 7 should have all measurement conversions memorized for Thursday’s quiz.  We will make flashcards in class tomorrow.  Please use these flashcards and the “gallon garden” to study!

Gallon Garden

*Math Update* Internet Resources

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Today students on the Burgundy Team received their user names and passwords for a web-site called IXL.  This web-site offers unlimited math practice in thousands of skills that are aligned to the Common Core.  Students will use this web-site in school but they are strongly encouraged to use this web-site at home.

IXL parent letter

Students in periods 1, 2, 3, & 7 were also given usernames and passwords to access their math book on-line.  Follow this link to access the web-site.

Please let Mrs. Litke know if you have any questions regarding these web-sites.

*Math Update* week of 4/18-4/22

From Mrs. Litke:

Students in period 8 will have their Chapter 8 test on Thursday, April 21st.

Students in periods 1,2,3,& 7 will have their Chapter 6 test on Friday, April 22nd.

All students can use IXL to help review the topics in these particular chapters.  For students in period 1,2,3, & 7, I have uploaded a Google Doc in Google Classroom that outlines the particular sections in IXL that align with Chapter 6.    Please see me if you have any difficulty navigating the web-site.

*Math Update*

Students in periods 1, 2, 3, & 7 will have a math test Friday, March 4th on Chapter 3.

The topics on the test are:

1.) Rounding Decimals
2.) Adding Decimals (3-1)
3.) Subtracting Decimals (3-1)
4.) Estimating Products (3-2)
5.) Multiplying a Whole Number and a Decimals (3-3)
6.) Multiplying Decimals (3-4)
7.) Divide Multi-Digit Numbers (3-5)
8.) Estimate Quotients (3-6)
9.) Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (3-7)
10.) Divide Decimals (3-8)