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Click on the tabs above for Mrs. Parker's 6th grade math and science resources.  Click on the file links below for supply lists and syllabus.

*Thanks to Mrs. Brown for starting this page!

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 DateMath 6 Classwork  Math 6 Homework
 4-20 8.1.5 Comparing and Choosing Representations Learning Log Lesson 8.1.5 – Representations, Center, Shape, and Spread of Data (due Friday, April 27)
 4-19 Interim testing Information and 8.1.4 part 2 Box Plots and Interquartile Range 8.1.4 Review and preview part 2 (Open house = one learning log excused!) 8-56 to 8-60
 4-18 8.1.4 part 1 Box Plots and Interquartile Range 8.1.4 Review and preview part 1 8-51 to 8-55
 4-17 8.1.3 Shape and Spread 8.1.3 Review and preview 8-39 to 8-43
 4-16'Membering Monday: Review 2 homework quizzes and Study island 8.1.2 Review and preview part 2  8-25 to 8-29
 4-13 8.1.2 part 2 Choosing Mean or Median Build the accordian book
 4-12 8.1.2 part 1Choosing Mean or Median 8.1.2 part 1 Review and Preview 8-20 to 8-24
 4-118.1.1 Measures of Central Tendency 8.1.1 Review and Preview 8-7 to 8-11
 4-10MAP Testing 7.3.4 Review and preview part 17-121 to 7-125 
 4-9Replacement lesson for 7.3.4  Practice A/problem solving worksheet
 3-29 7.3.4 Writing Algebraic Equations and Inequalities Enjoy your break!
 3-28 7.3.3 Distributive Property and Expressions Vocabulary 7.3.3 Review and Preview 7-107 to 7-111
 3-27 7.3.2 Distributive Property 7.3.2 Review and Preview 7-96 to 7-100
 3- 26 7.3.1 Inverse Operations 7.3.1 Review and Preview 7-86 to 7-90
 3-23 Quiz on 7.1 and 7.2 Work on Accordian Book Pages- due Wednesday, March 28
 3-22 7.2.4 7.2.4 Review and Preview 7-74 to 7-78
 3-21 Field Trip!Finish the Museum Booklet 
 3-20 7.2.3 7.2.3 Review and Preview 7-64 to 7-68
 3-19 7.2.1 and 7.2.2 7.2.2 Review and Preview 7-52 to 7-56
 3-16 Review past learning logs and LL 6.2.1, revise and choose the best ones from this whole year Learning Log 6.2.4 – Combining Like Terms, due March 23
 3-15 Discuss write-ups for 7-2 and 7-7 and then revise, work on Magic Book Finish the Magic Book
 3-14 7.1.3 Unit Rates 7.1.3 Review and Preview 7-30 to 7-34
 3-13 7.1.2 Comparing Rates with Tables and Graphs 7.1.2 Review and Preview 7-19 to 7-23
 3-12 Reflect on chapter 6, Chapter 7 title page, 7.1.1 Comparing Rates7.1.1 Review and Preview 7-9 to 7-13 
 3-9 Chapter 6 Magic BookLearning Log  6.2.1 – Order of Operations, Due Friday, March 16
 3-8 Chapter 6 TestChapter 6 Toolkit highlight, rewrite, and question
 3-7 ClosureStudy Guide 
 3-6 6.2.5 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions 6.2.5 6-115 to 6-119
 3-5 6.2.4 Combining Like Terms 6.2.4 6-106 to 6-110
 3-2 Team Learning Log 6.1.4 – The Effects of Division, GO resource pageLearning Log 6.1.2 – Converting Fractions as Decimals, due Friday, March 9
 3-1 6.2.3 part 26.1.4 part 2 6-56, 57, 58, 59, 60 
 2-28 6.2.3 part 16.2.3 Review and preview 
 2-27Combine Like Terns Packet and web practice  Finish the packet
 2-266.2.2 Area of Rectangular Shapes 6.2.2 Review and Preview, Algebra Tiles are extra credit
 2-16 Review previous tests, Gladiator Battles, Study IslandEnjoy your well deserved vacation! 
 2-15 Test6.1.4 part 1 6-51 to 6-55
 2-14 Study Guide 6.1.3 part 2 6-38 to 6-42
 2-13 6.2.1 part 2 Order of Operations with Trapezoids 6-74 to 6-78
 2-12 6.2.1 part 1 Order of Operations  6-69 to 6-73
 2-9Review, Gladiator battle, Study island, small group reteaching, 6.1.4 Learning Log Lesson 5.3.3 and Lesson 5.3.4 combined- due Friday, Feb. 16
 2-86.1.3 part 1 Problem Solving with Division  6-33 to 6-37
 2-76.1.2 Fractions as Division Problems 6-21 to 6-25
 2-66.1.1 part 2 Dividing 6-10 to 6-14
 2-56.1.1 part 1 Dividing 6-5 to 6-9
 2-2 Chapter 6 preview and self assessments, Study Island, and Learning Logs  Learning Log Lesson 5.2.2 
 2-1Chapter 5 test  Toolkit highlight, rewrite, and question
 1-31 Closure 5-99 Park problem 
 1-30 Study Guide Finish Study Guide
 1-29 5.3.4 Area of a Trapezoid5.3.4 Review and Preview 
 1-26 Finish MAP testing, Review, and Study Island Learning Log 5.1.3  combined with 5.2.2 
 1-25 5.3.35.3.3 Review and Preview 
 1-24 MAP testing Do at least 5 problems from checkpoint 4 and checkpoint 5. Check your own work. The answers are on the page. (Checkpoints are in the back of the math book.)
 1-23 5.3.25.3.2 Review and Peview 
 1-22 5.3.1 5.3.1 Review and Preview
 1-19 quiz Learning Log 4.2.3 - Ratios (due 1-26)
 1-18 Review and Gladiator Battles Checkpoint 7A, spend at least 15 minutes practicing these problems and checking your work.
 1-17 5.2.2 Fraction Multiplication Number Sense5.2.2 Review and Preview 5-61 to 5-65
 1-165.2.1 Making Sense of Decimal Multiplication5.2.1 Review and Preview 5-48 to 5-52
1-12Study island, review and reteachLearning Log 4.2.2 - Enlarging Figures (due 1-19)
 1-11 5.1.4 Multiplying Mixed Numbers5.1.4 Review and Preview 5-34 to 5-38 (due 1-12)
 1-10 5.1.3 Calculating Parts of Parts 5.1.3 Review and preview  5-24 to 5-28 (due 1-11)
 1-9 5.1.2 Describing Parts of Parts 5.1.2 Review and preview 5-13 to 5-17 (due 1-10)
 1-8 Ch. 5 self assessment, title page, 5.1.1 Representing Fraction Multiplication5.1.1 Review and preview 5-4 to 5-8 (due 1-9), Learning log  4.1.3 - Variable (due 1-12)


 DateScience 6 ClassworkScience 6 Homework
 4-20Analyze statements and agree or disagree with evidence. Finish packet. :) 
 4-19 Analyze statements and agree or disagree with evidence. "Check-in" and cells, tissues, organ systems matching (due Friday)
 4-18 Close reading of plastic effects on body systems. "Check-in" and cells, tissues, organ systems matching (due Friday)
 4-17 Review of body systems and their interactions "Check-in" and cells, tissues, organ systems matching (due Friday)
 4-16 Revise ocean models "Check-in" and cells, tissues, organ systems matching (due Friday)
 4-13 Finish Ocean Models and Google classroom assignments. Optional layered liquids picture emailed to Mrs. Parker by Monday for extra credit
 4-12 MAP testing continued, Google classroom assignments Density worksheet due Friday, with an optional layered liquids picture emailed to Mrs. Parker by Monday for extra credit
 4-11 Create an Ocean Model based on plastic densities. Density worksheet due Friday, with an optional layered liquids picture emailed to Mrs. Parker by Monday for extra credit
 4-10MAP Testing  Density worksheet due Friday, with an optional layered liquids picture emailed to Mrs. Parker by Monday for extra credit
 4-9Late presentations/ Ocean density vs Plastic density  Density worksheet due Friday, with an optional layered liquids picture emailed to Mrs. Parker by Monday for extra credit
 3-29 9 science presentations, gizmos on density  Enjoy your break!
 3-28 9 science presentations, gizmos on density  Prepare for your presentation! 
 3-27 9 science presentations, gizmos on density  Prepare for your presentation! 
 3-269 science presentations, gizmos on density  Prepare for your presentation! 
 3-23Sign up for research project presentation dates, work on presentations and/or museum booklets, 
Extra for early finishers: Oil Spill activity 
Prepare for your presentation! 
 3-22Finish Plastics Video Lab, review research project requirements  Finish the Museum Booklet,  Work on your research project
 3-21 Field Trip! Finish the Museum Booklet 
 3-20 Check research progress, class project work Work on your final presentation
 3-19 Categorizing Plastics Video Lab Work on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions Thursday, Friday, Monday: Find an information source and take notes on it.
 3-16Reflect on point source pollution work on class project, Class Question Notes, and Research Project Notes Work on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions Thursday, Friday, Monday: Find an information source and take notes on it.
 3-15 Video Notes: From Oil to Plastic and Plastic BottlesWork on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions Thursday, Friday, Monday: Find an information source and take notes on it.
 3-14 Identify Point source pollution and non-point source pollution, brainstorm action items for class project Work on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions Tuesday and Wednesday: Find an information source and take notes on it.
 3-13 Discuss BAN (Better Alternatives Now) and discuss possible action items, Look for sources of pollution in our community Work on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions Tuesday and Wednesday: Find an information source and take notes on it.
 3-12 Calculate and analyze plastic waste, introduce research project  Work on your research project, due on  March 29 rubric directions
Tonight: Choose a question.
 3-9Graph Trash Usage Finish the graph 
 3-8World without Fish Packet   Monitor your waste usage
 3-7 Discussion and Reflection questions, video notes, Choose how to track our waste usage Monitor your waste usage
 3-6 Present Cross Cutting Concepts and choose good questionsThink about your questions.
 3-5Introduction to a World without Fish, text dependent questions :) 
 3-2Read Introduction to A World Without Fish :) 
 3-1Cross Cutting Concept Questions  Trouble in Paradise -due Friday, 3- 2
 2-28Group Question List, Open vs Closed questions  Trouble in Paradise -due Friday, 3- 2
 2-27 An Ocean of Plastic- Day 2 Trouble in Paradise -due Friday, 3- 2
 2-26An Ocean of Plastic- Day 1 Trouble in Paradise -due Friday, 3- 2
 2-16 Math applies in science. 6-67 Have fun enjoying various climates!
 2-15 Claim, evidence, reason Reading worksheet and questions -due Friday
 2-14 Similies and Metaphors with density Reading worksheet and questions -due Friday
 2-13Discuss Water Density Observations, watch the Buoyancy video  Reading worksheet and questions -due Friday
 2-12Water Density Observations Bill Nye Buoyancy worksheet (predictions) 
 2-9 Finish Weather Map reading Listen to a weather report, 9-2 worksheet -due Monday, Feb. 12
 2-8 Finish Day at the Beach Lab, Read weather maps 9-2 worksheet -due Monday, Feb. 12
 2-7 A day at the beach conclusion  9-2 worksheet -due Monday, Feb. 12
 2-6 A Day at the Beach data gathering  9-2 worksheet -due Monday, Feb. 12
 2-5 A Day at the Beach hypothesis and procedural design  9-2 worksheet -due Monday, Feb. 12
 2-2 Quiz Listen to a weather report.
 2-1 Study Guide Study Guide -due Friday, Feb. 2
 1-31 Review Study Guide -due Friday, Feb. 2
 1-30 Bill Nye Notes about Climate Ch. 10/11 lesson 2 worksheet -due Wed., Jan. 31
 1-29Climate and Ocean Current Notes


 Ch. 10/11 lesson 2 worksheet -due Wed., Jan. 31
 1-26Finish Ocean Currents Lab Finish Ocean Current Lab -due Monday
 1-25 Ocean Currents Lab chapter 11 lesson 4 worksheet -due Fri., Jan 26
 1-24 Climate and Altitude Notes
*Questions 4, 5, 8, infer 6
 chapter 11 lesson 4 worksheet -due Fri., Jan 26
1-23Climate and Latitude Notes
* Questions 1, 2, 3, 7
chapter 11 lesson 4 worksheet -due Fri., Jan 26
 1-22Video notes and "catch-up work" chapter 11 lesson 4 worksheet -due Fri., Jan 26
 1-19 Understanding Earth's Position foldable. Listen to a weather report.
 1-18Factors that affect climate foldable.   Answer these questions in your science notebook by Friday: 
 1-17Present your poster. Answer these questions in your science notebook by Friday: 
 1-16Revise your team poster.  Answer these questions in your science notebook by Friday: 
  1. What is the purpose of your poster?

  2. How does this model help you think about the systems in California?

  3. What is the function (purpose) of the water cycle in your system?


    1-12
    Revise your team poster.Listen to a weather report.
     1-11 Create your team poster. Chapter 1 lesson 1 worksheet or packet (due 1-12)
     1-10 Research your assigned zone with your note catcher. Create your team poster.  Chapter 1 lesson 1 worksheet or packet (due 1-12)
     1-9 Research your assigned zone with your note catcher.  Chapter 11 lesson 1 worksheet or packet (due 1-10)
     1-8 Introduce California climate zones project, Teacher models zone 4 Chapter 11 lesson 1 worksheet or packet (due 1-10)

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