Welcome

Mrs. Stormes Class site for Grade 6 MATH and Science

My Teaching Schedule is as follows:
Period 1: Science
Period 2: Math
Period 6: Science
Period 7: Math (INC)
Period 8: Math


FOR MATH CLASSES......EVERY WEEK IS SUMDOG!  
Use the green tab on the opening page to click on TRAINING or look for competitions too. Time allotted comes for active playing time NOT from doing activities in the 'house'.

Students need to 'play' a minimum of one hour a week for full credit. Any time over 10 minutes will be credited partially.
If students are unable to complete at home there are options.
-Tuesday after school with me
-Time blocks during lunch in the library
-During morning homework club at AMD
-Ossining Public Library
There's also an app so you can play wherever you are!


 



EXTRA HELP!
Sometimes we need to verify something or 
ask another question or
 make corrections...
COME ON IN!

As I have done in the past,
quick questions related to HW or to check something should be addressed 
at the start of lunch period 4.
Larger issues should be addressed
 after school.

I offer(as always)after school extra help on  
Tuesday (sometimes Thursday)
based upon availability and need. 
(There will be times I will invite you in as well 
when I know our extra time will help you out.) 
I will announce which day of the week that is on Monday.
This will also be a time to work on 
Sumdog if you would like.
  
***Please sign up on the extra help clipboard in class to let me know you will be coming 
and why***



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General Math 

Science 

SCIENCE:We have begun our exploration of Matter! we will learn how to measure matter, describe its properties and learn about the particles that make it up.  Remember...You Matter...if not you'd be energy!

Math: We have begun our Pilot using Big Ideas Math
We are exploring Chapter 7: Area, Surface Area and Volume.  Keep your eyes open to see the 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional shapes around you and how they are useful and why they may need to be measured!