5th and 6th Grade Math

Reminders:

*Please refer to this web page periodically as contents are subject to change.*

Please refer to Power School in order to keep track of student averages and missing assignments.

Please refer to the student/parent handbook for the make up work policy for excused and unexcused absences.

Corrections are due the day after graded assignments/tests are returned.  Tests must be signed by parents.

Corrections will not be accepted if a student was absent on the day of the test.

Homework passes will not be accepted in this class because homework is crucial in order to practice the concepts covered in class.

Textbooks MUST be kept at home for reference and homework assignments.

 

Conference Time:  Tuesday/Thursday 10:33-11:18 AM 

Email address:  jyelderman@unitedday.org

I am available at 7:30 AM most days for tutoring and homework help.  

Tutoring for 6th Grade will be held after school on Tuesdays from 3:15-3:45.

Tutoring for 5th Grade will be held after school on Thursdays from 3:15-3:45

Nov.11-Nov. 15, 2019

6th Grade

Join my 6th Grade class on Remind:  https://www.remind.com/join/a94g23

Monday:  Students will add and subtract decimals.

Monday Homework:  Study FDP Chart; finish Math Magic Trick Mini-Project

Tuesday: Students will solve one step addition and subtraction equations with decimals.

Tuesday Homework:  Study FDP Chart; finish Math Magic Trick Mini-Project-DUE TOMORROW!

Wednesday:  Students will multiply positive and negative decimals.

Wednesday Homework:  Textbook p. 95 (1-6); Study FDP chart.

Thursday:  Students will divide positive and negative decimals.

Thursday Homework:  Review for Test 2 (Due: Tuesday, Nov. 19th)

Friday:  Students will practice with all concepts learned thus far.

Friday Homework:  

5th Grade

Join my 5th Grade class on Remind:  https://www.remind.com/join/f2g8bh

Monday:  Students will use order of operations to evaluate numerical expressions.

Monday Homework:  Study divisibility rules.

Tuesday:  Students will use order of operations with exponents to evaluate expressions

Tuesday Homework:  Textbook p. 122-123 (5-50 mult. of 5)-Due: Thursday, Nov. 14th; Study divisibility rules.

Wednesday:  Field Trip

Wednesday Homework:  Study divisibility rules.

Thursday:  Students will problem solve by using a variety of strategies.

Thursday Homework:  Review for Test 2-Due Tuesday, Nov. 19th.

Friday:  Students will practice with all concepts learned thus far.

Friday Homework: