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Periods 12: Students are currently studying equations Chapter 7
Periods 67: Students are currently working on integers Chapter 1 in red book.
Periods 89: Students are currently studying equations Chapter 7
CLASS PERIOD 
33015 Monday 
33115 Tuesday 
4115 Wednesday 
4215 Thursday 
4315 Friday 
PERIODS 12 
Study for Chapter 7 Test on Equations Sections 7.17.4 
Chapter 7 Test on Equations Sections 7.17.4 
POW Due! NO Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Spring Break April 67! NO POW due April 8th! Upcoming Dates: WFMA Game Folder Due 43015 
No School  Spring Break! 
No School  Spring Break! 
PERIODS 67 
Study for Chapter 1 Quiz on Multiplying/Dividing Integers and the Coordinate Grid  Chapter 1 Quiz on Multiplying/Dividing Integers and the Coordinate Grid 
POW Due! NO Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Spring Break April 67! NO POW due April 8th! Upcoming Dates: April 15th  Design Your Own Grid Project Due! WFMA Game Folder Due 43015 
No School  Spring Break!  No School  Spring Break! 
PERIODS 8  9 
Study for Chapter 7 Test on Equations Sections 7.17.4  Chapter 7 Test on Equations Sections 7.17.4 
POW Due! NO Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Spring Break April 67! NO POW due April 8th! Upcoming Dates: WFMA Game Folder Due 43015 
No School  Spring Break! 
No School  Spring Break! 
This week's POW: POW Due Wed., April 1st:
The Swan Lake Swim team practices every day after school.
They record the number of laps they swim each day.
Belinda recorded the following laps for 1 week: 8, 13, 14, 8, 12 and
then calculated her mean, median, mode, and range. Which number would she want
the coach to record for the week?
POW Due Wed., March 25th:
Mr. Ruiz is starting a marching band at his school.
He first does research and finds the following data about the other local
marching bands.

Band 1 
Band 2 
Band 3 
Number of Brass
Instruments Players 
123 
42 
150 
Number of Percussion Instrument Players 
41 
14 
50 
Mr. Ruiz realizes that there are ______ brass
instrument player(s) per percussion player.
Part B
Mr. Ruiz has 210 students who are interested in
joining the marching band. He decides to have 80% of the band made up of
percussion and brass instruments. Use the unit rate found in part A to
determine how many students should play brass instruments. How many students
should play percussion instruments? How many students play other? Show or
explain all your steps.
Students who play Brass Instruments:
_____________________
Students who play Percussion Instruments:
__________________
Students who play Other Instruments:
_____________________
NO POW Due Wed., March 11th or March 18th:
POW Due Wed., March 4th:
Scientists are sending a rover to the moon. Their plan is to study a
rectangular area of the moon using the map shown. On the grid, 1 unit
represents 1 kilometer (km).
Part A:
The rover will land at (2.5, 1), explorer up to (2.5, 4) and then over to (1,
4). Plot these three points on the map.
Part B:
What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex of the rectangle that the
scientists plan to explorer?
(_____, _______)
Part C:
What is the horizontal length of the rectangle? _________________
What is the vertical length of the rectangle? ___________________
Part D:
Find the perimeter of the moon exploration area in meters. Show your work and
explain.
Part E:
Find the area of the moon exploration area in square meters. Show your work
and explain.
POW Due Wed., February 25th:
Sadie is saving her money to buy a new pony, which costs
$600. She has already saved $75. She earns
$50 per week working at the stables and wonders how many
weeks it will take to earn enough for a pony of her own.
a. Make a table showing the week number, w, and total
savings, s, in Sadie’s savings account.
Number Of Weeks 













Total Savings 













b. Show the relationship between the number of weeks and
Sadie’s savings using an expression.
POW Due Wed., February
18th: 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 Wed., February 11th:
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 Wed., February 4th:
A
bakery is making desserts for a festival. The table shows how many desserts
were made and how many will fit in a box.
Dessert 
Number made 
Number per box 
Cannolis 
475 
15 
Cream puffs 
350 
12 
Cupcakes 
450 
24 
Muffins 
400 
24 
1.
What is the least number of boxes the bakery will need to transport all
the cannolis? How do you know your answer is reasonable?
2.
What is the least number of boxes the bakery will need to transport all
the cream puffs? How do you know your answer is reasonable?
3.
What is the least number of boxes the bakery will need to transport all
the cupcakes? How do you know your answer is reasonable?
4.
What is the least number of boxes the bakery will need to transport all
the muffins? How do you know your answer is reasonable?
5. The
festival prices for each dessert
are shown in the banner. At the end
of the festival, there are 24 cannolis,
30 cream puffs, and 62 muffins
left
over. How much money did the
bakery collect from selling
desserts?
How much more would the bakery
have collected if they sold
all the
desserts?
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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