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Periods 12: Students are currently studying percent  Chapter 4
Periods 67: Students are currently studying Tables, Graphs, and Functions  Topics 9
Periods 89: Students are currently studying percent  Chapter 4
CLASS PERIOD 
2816 Monday 
2916 Tuesday 
21016 Wednesday 
21116 Thursday 
21216 Friday 
PERIODS 12 

1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 68 pm 
POW Due! 1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 12:30  2:30 pm 
I Love Math Day Guest Math Teacher 1/2 Day Schedule 
No School NO Weekly Review Due Next Week: Upcoming Dates: February Family Math Game Folder due 22916 
PERIODS 67 
1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 68 pm Study for Test on Chapter 9 
POW Due! 1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 12:30  2:30 pm Test on Chapter 9 
I Love Math Day Guest Math Teacher 1/2 Day Schedule 
No School NO Weekly Review Due Next Week: Upcoming Dates: February Family Math Game Folder due 22916 

PERIODS 8  9 

1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 68 pm 
POW Due! 1/2 Day Schedule Parent Confereces 12:30  2:30 pm 
I Love Math Day Guest Math Teacher 1/2 Day Schedule 
No School NO Weekly Review Due Next Week: Upcoming Dates: February Family Math Game Folder due 22916 
This week's POW: POW Due Feb. 10th:
Angela is planting flowers down the side of her house. She can plant 3 flowers every 2 minutes. If she continues to plant the flowers at the same rate, how many flowers will she plant in 30 minutes?
POW Due Feb. 3rd: Fitness First Health Club has an annual membership fee of $259.99 which covers all the club’s services except the use of the racquetball courts. Using the racquetball courts is an extra fee of $3.75 each time.
Part A: Write an expression to represent the yearly cost for using the club with an unknown amount of racquetball court usage:
Part B: One of the members, Derek, spent $436.24 on membership and fees last year. How many times did he use the racquetball courts? Write and solve an equation:
POW Due Jan. 27th: You can buy a 3pound
bag of apples for $3.39 or you can buy apples for $1.29 a pound.
A.
How much do
apples cost per pound if you buy the bag?
B.
How much do you save if you buy 2 bags
of apples than if you buy 6 pounds of apples?
POW Due Jan. 20th: At a traffic checkpoint, environmental safety officers checked every 18th car for excess carbon monoxide and every 15th car for a damaged exhaust system. If the first car at the checkpoint is car one, what will be the number of the car checked for both problems?
POW Due
Jan. 13th: Valerie purchased
a coat for $158.97, including tax. She gave the clerk twelve $10 bills, six $5
bills, six $1 bills, 7 quarters, 8 dimes, and 9 nickels.
1. How much
money did Valerie give the clerk? Show your work.
2. How much
change should the clerk give Valerie? Show your work.
NO POW Due Jan. 6th:
POW Due
Dec. 23rd: Use the rectangle and octagon below.
1.
Write an expression for the perimeter of each figure.
x
Perimeter of
rectangle
Perimeter of
octagon
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2.
Complete the table. What do you notice?
3.
What can you say about the expressions in Exercise 1?
4.
What numbers could you fill in for the
side lengths
of the triangle so that it has
the same perimeter as the rectangle and
octagon for every value of x?
POW Due Dec. 16th: At Happy Foods Groceries you can buy a 5 lb. package of ground beef for $11.50. At Riser Groceries a 3 lb. package of the same quality ground beef sells for $6.75. Which is the better buy?
POW
Due Dec. 9th:
You are buying fruit to make fruit baskets.
Apples come in bags of 20. Oranges come in bags of 16, and bananas come in
bags of 32.
1. You
have one bag of each fruit. Each fruit basket must be identical.
a. What is the greatest number of fruit baskets
that you can make using all of the fruit?
b. How many of each type of fruit are in each
fruit basket in part (a)?
2. You decide that not only must the fruit baskets
be identical, but each one must have the same numbers of apples, oranges, and
bananas.
a. What
is the least number of bags of each fruit you need to have the same number of
apples, oranges, and bananas?
b. How many of each type of fruit do you have?
c. There must be at least 5 but no more than 10 of
each type of fruit in each basket. How many different ways can you arrange the
fruit baskets when using all of the fruit? Explain your reasoning.
NO POW DUE 12/2/15
POW Due Nov. 25th: A school band has 75 members. The band enters a band competition at a rival school.
1. There is a $200 entrance fee for each band plus a $25 entrance fee for each drill team. The competition has a total of 32 bands and 25 drill teams. Write and evaluate an expression for the total amount of money collected from entrance fees.
2. For the competition, each band member needs $12 for food. To get to the competition, the school rents 3 buses that cost $580 each. Write and evaluate an expression for these costs.
3. The food and bus costs will be split evenly among the band members. Write and evaluate an expression for the total cost per band member.
Write and evaluate an expression to find the number of band members in each formation.
4. One part of the formation has eight rows with five band members per row. The other part has four rows with seven members in each row.
5. One part of the formation has three rows with thirteen band members per row. The other part has six rows with six members in each row.
6. One part of the formation has seven rows with seven band members per row. Another part of the formation has four rows with four members in each row. The last part has three rows with three members in each row.
POW Due Nov. 18th: Julie is swimming in an ocean race and needs to reach the buoy 60 yards from shore. She already swam 3/10 of the distance. How many yards does she need to still swim to reach the buoy?
No POW Due Nov. 11th:
POW Due Nov. 4th: The Swan Lake Swim team practices every day after school.
They record the number of laps (the more laps the better) they swim
each day. Belinda recorded the
following laps for 1 week: 8, 13, 14, 8, and 12 then calculated her mean,
median, mode, and range. Which number would she want the coach to record for
the week?
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Periods 67
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Green Book  6th Grade
Student Link: http://www.bigideasmath.com/students/?level=7.00
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Red Book  7th Grade Remember to Choose "Common Core" from the pulldown menu!
Math Sites:
Lesson Review Site for all Math Topics
Math Video Review  all topics
Math Power Points on All Topics
Skill Builder This site is greatclick on grade level then skill and it will provide a list of resources!
20 Great Math Sites/Apps for Students and Teachers
20 Great YouTube Videos on Math
Decimals:
Geometry:
Coordinate Plane/Ordered Pairs
Mixed Review: Lines, angles, shapes, area formulas
Area of Parallelograms and Trapezoids
Circumference and Area of Circles/Mixed Geometry Review
Math Properties  Click on type then scroll down past lesson for activity
Order of Operations Graded Review
Ordering Rational Numbers Video Clip
Divisibility Rules  Flashcards
Divisibility Rules 3 and 9 Song
Stock Market Sites
Algebra
Another Algebra OneStep Equations  Scroll down page for activity menu
Integers:
http://classroom.jcschools.net/basic/mathinteg.html
http://www.gamequarium.com/integers.html
http://www.uen.org/36interactives/math.shtml#integers
FRACTIONS:
Comparing and Ordering Fractions  lessons, games, practice
Fraction to Decimal Conversion
Fraction Practice Site  Mixed Review of skills
Factors, GCF, LCM and Fractions
Mixed Review Woodlands
Ratio, Rate, Proportion and Percents:
Challenge Game For 1 or 2 Players
Equivalent Fraction/Decimals/Percents
Mixed Review of Fractions/Decimals/Percents
Tangrams: Woodlands