The last sprint of homeworkAs I mentioned in last week's post, I got around to finalizing a list of work items that students should complete before the last round of report card printing happens.
The lists, which are now posted at the front of the room, are for History and for the Language class I teach for 7C. I will get around to writing a note and sending it home, detailing what assignments are outstanding, but I suggest asking your son or daughter about it. I feel they should be accountable for the work they need to complete. This work is not hidden from them and is posted on the homework board and tracking chart.
|correction: the list on the right should read 7A|
Updated History assignment
Mathematics Review through gaming
For the Math class taught by Chungfoot, there are a few games I would like you to check out.
a) Jeopardy with fractions: http://www.math-play.com/Fractions-Jeopardy/fractions-game.html
I know you have not done multiplying or dividing fractions yet, so you could skip that part until you learn.
b) Game involving equivalent fractions: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/memory_equivalent1.htm
c) Another, involving equivalent fractions: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/mathman_equivalent_fractions.htm
d) Speedway fractions (adding and subtracting): http://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_Speedway.html
There are countless other games which you could play online to reinforce some of the skills you are learning in class. These are a few to get you started to review what you have learned.
Have a great evening and day tomorrow.