- Tuesday January 15th, 2019
Dividing Fractions Manipulative
Dividing Fractions activities
- Wednesday January 9, 2018
- Tuesday December 18, 2018
- Thursday December 6, 2018
- Tuesday November 28, 2018
Conventional Conversion Practice.
- Wednesday November 20, 2018
Metric Conversion Practice.
- Wednesday November 14, 2018
Unit Rates quiz on Friday. Here are some activities for practice.
- Monday November 5, 2018
6th graders need more practice on Division! These links can help out!
- Thursday November 1st, 2018
A few activities on comparing ratios that will help for tomorrow's quiz.
- Monday October 29th, 2018
Today we needed to spend a little more time on Greatest Common Factors, which are used to simplify ratios and fractions. Here are a few supporting activities.
- Tuesday October 23rd, 2018
- Monday October 15, 2018
Surface Area this week.
- Wednesday October 3, 2018
Help on composite shapes/polygons.
- Tuesday October 2, 2018
Help on "The Generic Rectangle" method of multiplication -
- Tuesday September 25, 2018
A little help on areas of triangles -
- Saturday September 22, 2018
It looks like many students need a review on multiplying mixed numbers. So I'm posting some helpful links. -
- Thursday September 20, 2018
Quadrilateral Area Activities
- Wednesday September 12, 2018
Friday we will have a quiz on multiplying and simplifying fractions. Here are some links for extra practice.
- Tuesday September 11, 2018
Today we talked about some more mental math tricks. Watch the videos below for instructions, and practice to get them down!
Also if you want to print out the Binary Magic Trick cards again, here is the link.
- Thursday September 6, 2018
If you are reading this, it means you did today's homework! The secret word "LEGO" is your key to a prize tomorrow.
- Monday September 3, 2018
Just a few days until school starts. If you are an incoming 6th grader to ATA you will have Math class with me this year! You don't need much as far as supplies, just two things, but you will need them every day! Every single day you will just need to bring your own pencil and your brain, I'll provide everything else. So get lots of pencils and keep a backup stash in your locker! (You will also need to bring your planner and citizenship card to every class, but we'll talk about that more during your first few days)
The only other thing is a skinny 3 ring binder or 3-prong report cover which you will use to organize and turn in your daily packets each week. Every Friday you'll be turning everything in, which could be a stack of up to 50 pages!
Parents, please make sure your e-mail information with the school is correct. Every day I will be sending out a message about the work we are doing, and email is generally the best way to get a hold of me during the day. Thanks.
- Friday June 15th, 2018
Have a great summer. If you are looking for the past year's math activity links they are under the 7th grade math links tab.
In the coming school year I will be moving across the hall and be working with 6th graders again! So watch this space for more before school starts.