Homework Due 10/17 and 10/18

Some stress is necessary for learning.  Too much stress prevents learning.  If your student struggling, stressing, or spending too much time on math, please let me know.  Maybe some adjustments can be made. Learning math isn’t always pleasant or fun, but it shouldn’t be torment and misery.

REMEMBER:  All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.  Be sure to include your name and which class you are in when you email.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math

Most important thing to do this week:  Be sure you have signed up for our class on Quizlet. The link and code were emailed about two weeks ago.  Let me know if you would like them emailed again.  A few students have not yet joined our class on Quizlet.  They are missing out on lots of important practice which is most of the homework for this class!

No new videos were added to the Educreations class.  Pick one or two to review.

New flashcard sets have been added to the Quizlet class.

We’ve finished with addition and subtraction facts.  We’ll continue to mentally add and subtract larger numbers as we move into multiplication and division.

In your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles of the lessons I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete these:

  • Remaining pages in section 1.

In each lesson, be sure to aim for accuracy, then speed.  Read the directions and try to think about the problems as the lesson asks you to.  Also, when answering a work problem or story problem be sure to write the expression or equation you solved to find the answer.

Math for the Middle Grades – Daily work as listed on the blue sheet in your student’s binder: Complete lessons 18, 19, and 20.  Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Homework as listed on the yellow sheet in your student’s binder: Complete homework number 7.  Look in the homework section (“H”) in your binder and find the sheet or sheets marked “7”. Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.

Math 76 – Lessons 21, 22, 26, Investigation 1, and Test 3.  We did the practice problems for these lessons in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson. Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts. Score keys were distributed in class.  For the investigation, we completed some of it in class.  Finish the remaining questions in the “Surveys” section.  The “Extensions” are optional.

Bring some colored pencils, highlighters, or light colored markers to class next week.  We’ll be playing with fractions.

Algebra 1/2 – Lesson 26 and previously due lessons and tests.  We completed the practice and odds in class.  Students should score and correct errors.  Students were also reminded of lessons and tests that were previously due but not turned in.  If you need to know what assignments you are missing, please email me.

Algebra 1  – Lessons 26-30.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 2 – Lessons 26-29.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.  For lesson 30, read the lesson and complete the practice problems.  Skip the odds.

Geometry – LifePac 4, part 3, “Inequalities”.  Take on one proof, work through it as many times as needed to master that proof.  Then start another proof.  If you can finish all the proofs, that’s great.  However, if proofs are a struggle, it is more important to really learn a few proofs.

Work in LifePac 7, starting on page five and ending with the top part of page 18.  Upcoming constructions are based on the constructions we’ve worked on. We will continue with construction for many more weeks.  Bring your compass, protractor, ruler, and sharp pencils to class every week!  Be sure to complete any index cards for theorems, definitions, postulates, etc. introduced this week.

Homework Due 10/10 and 10/11

Some stress is necessary for learning.  Too much stress prevents learning.  If your student struggling, stressing, or spending too much time on math, please let me know.  Maybe some adjustments can be made. Learning math isn’t always pleasant or fun, but it shouldn’t be torment and misery.

REMEMBER:  All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.  Be sure to include your name and which class you are in when you email.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math

Most important thing to do this week:  Be sure you have signed up for our class on Quizlet. The link and code were emailed about two weeks ago.  Let me know if you would like them emailed again.  A few students have not yet joined our class on Quizlet.  They are missing out on lots of important practice which is most of the homework for this class!

No new videos were added to the Educreations class.  Pick one or two to review.

New flashcard sets have been added to the Quizlet class.

We’ve finished with addition and subtraction facts.  We’ll continue to mentally add and subtract larger numbers as we move into multiplication and division.

In your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles of the lessons I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete these:

  • the rest of the lesson titled “A “Trick” with Nine and Eight” which is marked page 9
  • “Add Using “Just One More””  marked page 7
  • “Adding within 20” marked page 12, which follows.

In each lesson, be sure to aim for accuracy, then speed.  Read the directions and try to think about the problems as the lesson asks you to.  Also, when answering a work problem or story problem be sure to write the expression or equation you solved to find the answer.

Math for the Middle Grades – Daily work as listed on the blue sheet in your student’s binder: Complete lessons 15, 16, and 17.  Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Homework as listed on the yellow sheet in your student’s binder: Complete homework number 6.  Look in the homework section (“H”) in your binder and find the sheet or sheets marked “6”. Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.

Math 76 – Lessons 17-20 and Test 2.  We did the practice problems for lessons 17-20 in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson. Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts. Score keys were distributed in class.

Algebra 1/2 – Lessons 21-25 and Test 4.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 1  – Lessons 21-25 and Test 4.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 2 – Lessons 21-25 and Test 4.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Geometry – LifePac 4, part 1, “Triangles”, and part 2, “Corresponding Parts”.  Complete Test 3.  If you can, work in LifePac 7, pages 11-13. We will continue with construction for many more weeks.  Bring your compass, protractor, ruler, and sharp pencils to class every week!  Be sure to complete any index cards for theorems, definitions, postulates, etc. introduced this week.

Homework Due 10/3 and 10/4, this time with a title!

REMEMBER:  All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.  Be sure to include your name and which class you are in when you email.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math

Most important thing to do this week:  Be sure you have signed up for our class on Quizlet. The link and code were emailed about two weeks ago.  Let me know if you would like them emailed again.  A few students have not yet joined our class on Quizlet.  They are missing out on lots of important practice which is most of the homework for this class!

Some new videos were added to the Educreations class.

New flashcard sets have been added to the Quizlet class.

We continued doubling numbers.  We also worked on the “double plus one” strategy.  For example,  6 + 7 can be thought of as double 6 plus 1 more.

In your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles of the lessons I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete these pages:

  • Complete the rest of the lesson titled “Subtract Using Addition” which is marked page 18, and “Difference and How Many More” which follows.
  • Complete the lesson “Multiplying by Zero” which is the first lesson after the clear tab marked “3”.

In each lesson, be sure to aim for accuracy, then speed.  Read the directions and try to think about the problems as the lesson asks you to.  Also, when answering a work problem or story problem be sure to write the expression or equation you solved to find the answer.

Math for the Middle Grades – Daily work as listed on the blue sheet in your student’s binder: Complete lessons 11, 12, and 13.  Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Homework as listed on the yellow sheet in your student’s binder: Complete homework number 5.  Look in the homework section (“H”) in your binder and find the sheet or sheets marked “5”. Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.  Here’s a link to a video to help with this week’s homeowork:  Squares

Math 76 – Lessons 13-16 and Test 1.  We did the practice problems for lessons 13-16 in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson. Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts. Score keys were distributed in class.

Algebra 1/2 – Lessons 16-20.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 1  – Lessons 16-20.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 2 – Lessons 16-20.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Geometry – Finish LifePac 3.  Complete Test 2.  If you can, work in LifePac 7, pages 5-10. We will continue with construction for many more weeks.  Bring your compass, protractor, ruler, and sharp pencils to class every week!  Be sure to complete any index cards for theorems, definitions, postulates, etc. introduced this week.

Homework Due 9/26 or 9/27

REMEMBER:  All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math

Most important thing to do this week:  Be sure you have signed up for our class on Quizlet. The link and code were emailed about two weeks ago.  Let me know if you would like them emailed again.  A few students have not yet joined our class on Quizlet.  They are missing out on lots of important practice which is most of the homework for this class!

Some new videos were added to the Educreations class.  I’ll leave last week’s videos there for a while.

New flashcard sets have been added to the Quizlet class.  I’ll leave the previous weeks’ sets there for a while.

We continued doubling numbers.  We also worked on the “double plus one” strategy.  For example,  6 + 7 can be thought of as double 6 plus 1 more.

In your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles of the lessons I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete these pages:

  • The page that starts with a box containing the words “Double of something means two times that thing”.  The page number at the bottom is 8.Complete fact families close to the beginning of the book.  Students wrote numbers in small boxes above each fact family.  Use only those three numbers in each fact family.
  • “Subtract Using Addition” which is marked page 18 should also be completed.  Complete fact families close to the beginning of the book.  Students wrote numbers in small boxes above each fact family.  Use only those three numbers in each fact family.

Complete fact families close to the beginning of the book.  Students wrote numbers in small boxes above each fact family.  Use only those three numbers in each fact family.

In each lesson, be sure to aim for accuracy, then speed.  Also, when answering a work problem or story problem be sure to write the expression or equation you solved to find the answer.

Example of writing expression or equation:  On the “Sums with 7” lesson, on page 32, problem 7a says “Lisa has three goldfish and Lauren has six.  How many goldfish do they have together?” The student should write

3 + 6 = 9

Another example:  On the same page, 7d says “Paul has nine toy cars.  Six of them are in the living room.  The rest of them Paul cannot find.  How many cars are missing?”  The student could write

6 + ___ = 9, so 3 cars are missing.    OR     9 – 6 = 3

Math for the Middle Grades – Daily work as listed on the blue sheet in your student’s binder: Complete lessons 8, 9, and 10.  Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Homework as listed on the yellow sheet in your student’s binder: Complete homework number 4.  Look in the homework section (“H”) in your binder and find the sheet marked “4”. Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.

Math 76 – finish lessons 8-12.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson. Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts. Score keys were distributed in class.

Algebra 1/2 – finish lessons 11-15.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.  Take test 2.  Complete the test on notebook paper the same way you do lessons.  Do not score your test.  Turn it in without scoring.

Algebra 1 – finish lessons 11-15.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.  Take test 2.  Complete the test on notebook paper the same way you do lessons.  Do not score your test.  Turn it in without scoring.

Algebra 2 – finish lessons 11-15.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.  Take test 2.  Complete the test on notebook paper the same way you do lessons.  Do not score your test.  Turn it in without scoring.

Geometry – Finish LifePac 2, complete sections 1 and 2 of LifePac 3.  Be sure to complete any index cards for theorems, definitions, postulates, etc. introduced this week.  I’ll email some notes from class that include some things we didn’t get to in class.

WEST Homework Due 9/19 and 9/20

REMEMBER:  All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math

Some new videos were added to the Educreations class.  I’ll leave last week’s videos there for a while.

New flashcard sets have been added to the Quizlet class.  I’ll leave last week’s sets there for a while.

In class we started making fact families with the addition facts we covered last week.

We started doubling numbers.  When a number is doubled it’s added to itself. For example, double 4 is 4 + 4. Doubling is the same as multiplying by 2.  For example, double 5 is 5 x 2. Doubling is very useful in many computations. Multiplying by 4 can be thought of as doubling and doubling again. For example, 6 x 4 is the same as 6 x 2 x 2. And multiplying by 8 can be thought of as doubling three times. For example, 7 x 8 is the same as 7 x 2 x 2 x 2.

Finally, we added two-digit numbers mentally by adding the tens, then the ones.

Finally, in your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles of the lessons I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete fact families close to the beginning of the book.  Students wrote numbers in small boxes above each fact family.  Use only those three numbers in each fact family.

In each of the following lessons, do two things:
1) practice using the “Drill” section on the first page of each lesson.  If you know these facts, aim for speed while maintaining accuracy.
2) last week the homework was the first page of each of these lessons.  This week, work on the remaining pages of each lesson.  For story or word problems, be sure to write the expression or equation you solved in order to get your answer.  See example below.
“Sums with 5”
“Sums with 6”
“Sums with 7”
“Sums with 8”
“Sums with 9”
“Sums with 10”

Example of writing expression or equation:  On the “Sums with 7” lesson, on page 32, problem 7a says “Lisa has three goldfish and Lauren has six.  How many goldfish do they have together?” The student should write

3 + 6 = 9

Another example:  On the same page, 7d says “Paul has nine toy cars.  Six of them are in the living room.  The rest of them Paul cannot find.  How many cars are missing?”  The student could write

6 + ___ = 9, so 3 cars are missing.    OR     9 – 6 = 3

“Doubling” is the lesson following the Sums lessons.  Complete this lesson.  Be sure to write an expression or equation for each word or story problem.

Math for the Middle Grades – Daily work as listed on the blue sheet in your student’s binder: Complete lessons 4, 5, and 7. Lesson 6 is optional. For lesson 6, students should at least read the first page of the lesson. Sometimes interest is piqued and optional turns out to be fun. Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.

Homework as listed on the yellow sheet in your student’s binder: Complete homework number 3.  In the “homework” section of your binder are three sheets that have a “3” handwritten at the top.  All three of those are the homework. Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.

Math 76 – finish lessons 4-7.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd-numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson. Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts. I brought the score keys to WEST and forgot to hand them out. Students, please remind me next week! I’ll email a key for this week.

Algebra 1/2 – finish lessons 6-10.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 1 – finish lessons 6-10.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 2 – finish lessons 6-10.  We did the practice problems in class. Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Geometry – Take LifePac test 1.  Do not score it.  You may use your note cards during the test. Complete Unit 2 parts 1 and 2.  Be sure to score your work and correct any errors. Complete each lesson before working on the self-test for that section.

Complete Unit 2 parts 1 and 2. Be sure to score your work and correct any errors. Complete each lesson before working on the self-test for that section.

Be sure to write any definitions, postulates, and theorems from each section we study on index cards.

WEST Homework Due 9/12 and 9/13

Welcome to Math at WEST!  Classes went well and I’m excited to help such wonderful students succeed with math!!!

On Thursdays, I will post homework reminders and other information here.  Today I keep thinking I’m forgetting something, so feel free to email with questions.

All students should email me if they have any questions about the assignment, how to do their homework, or if they are struggling with a particular problem.

Here’s the homework for this week:

Foundations in Math – This class started with basic addition skills.  We talked about how to add 0, 1, and 2 to any number.  We found different ways to add to 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.  We also talked about triangular numbers.  Remember to look at groups of objects and see if you are able to figure out how many objects are in the group without counting each one.  And we talked about this guy: click here

I will email the links to the Quizlet practice and Educreations videos shortly.

Finally, in your 3-ring binder, there are some pages to complete.  I will note the titles and page numbers of the pages I want you to complete.  Keep in mind the page numbers have nothing to do with the order of the pages are in your binder.

Complete
“Sums with 5” just page 22
“Sums with 6” just page 24
“Sums with 7” just page 30
“Sums with 8” just page 33
“Sums with 9” just page 41
“Sums with 10” just page 45

We will complete most of the rest of the pages in those lessons in class, or they will be assigned next week.

Math for the Middle Grades – Complete lessons 1-3.  Parents, please score your student’s work each day, even if the student has not completed the lesson. Students, correct any errors and email me if you need help.  Also, complete Homework number 2.  Do not score Homework.  Hand it in unscored.  There is no Homework number 1.

Math 76 – finish lessons 1-3.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd numbered problems in the problems set for each lesson.  Score your work as shown in class, and as described in one of your handouts.  I will email a score key for these lessons later on Thursday, September 7.

Algebra 1/2 – finish lessons 1-5.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Algebra 1 – finish lessons 1-5.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.  Exception:  for lesson 5, complete the practice problems and omit the odd numbered problems in the problem set.

Algebra 2 – finish lessons 1-5.  We did the practice problems in class.  Complete the odd numbered problems in the problem set for each lesson.

Geometry – Complete Unit 1.  Be sure to score your work and correct any errors. Complete each lesson before working on the self-test for that section.

WEST Math for the Middle Grades

Most of us learned to divide fractions.  We wrote the problem as it was presented in our math books:

3/4 ÷ 1/2

Then we were instructed to rewrite the problem changing the division to multiplication and flipping the second fraction:

3/4 x 2/1

At this point we could cancel, or we could multiply and reduce later.  Let’s multiply:

6/4

We can reduce to by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2:

3/2

And if necessary, we can change this to a mixed number:

1 1/2

Does this answer make sense?  It’s hard to tell.  We’ve followed a procedure, an algorithm, but do we understand what just happened?  For most of us, understanding the connection between the original division and the answer was missed.  Maybe your elementary teacher didn’t explain it.  Maybe he did and you didn’t understand or remember.

In Math for the Middle Grades we use a wonderful curriculum called Math Mammoth.  Math Mammoth is written by a Maria Miller, a homeschool mom who was born and educated in Finland and now lives in the U.S.  According to her website (click here), she was tutoring homeschooled children and saw that there was conceptual understanding missing from the children’s math education.  In her books she provides lessons in understanding math concepts, followed by lessons that teach the traditional algorithms for those concepts.

Students who join us for Math for the Middle Grades get a good start on understanding of operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents.  This understanding provides some great advantages:

  1. Greater ability to calculate mentally.  This is a great time saver when solving long, complicated algebra trigonometry equations.
  2. Increased recognition of sensible answers.  When following an algorithm to divide decimal numbers or add fractions it’s helpful to have a rough estimate of what the answer should be.  That estimate can be made quickly by mental calculation when the operation is understood.
  3. More easily connect real world problems with the math that represents them.  Solving real world problems can be difficult to solve when the process starts with picking the right algorithm.  Making a connection between the algorithm for multiplying decimal numbers and calculating the sales tax on a particular purchase seems arbitrary.  Understanding the concepts of decimal part of a number or percent of a number has a more direct connection to the problem.

Math for the Middle Grades help students in grades five and up with understanding the concepts described in this post and lots more.  In this worktext-based class we also study basic math facts, geometry, and graphs.  Most weeks also include a game that provides practice of math skills.

Join us!  Find more information at WEST.

Summer

Years ago, one of my children attended a charter school where she received lots of special education.  After the first year there, summer was a welcome relief from the early morning drive to school and I was thrilled to have my baby home all day!

At the end of the second year of school, I met with her teachers.  They wanted my daughter to attend summer school so that the gains made during the school year would not be lost.  I mentioned that my daughter had not attended summer school the previous year and did just fine.  One of the teachers looked through the child’s records and saw that test scores indicated that the child had made progress over the previous summer.  A wave of disbelief washed through the room. Then one of the teachers mentioned my background as an educator and everyone assumed I had taught my daughter all summer.  At that point, I decided to keep quiet and not reveal that our summer had been completely aimless and recreational.

Besides my own daughter’s gains over a lazy summer, many of my math students have made similar gains.  Over and over again I’ve seen students struggle with math concepts in the spring, avoid math all summer, and suddenly grasp concepts in the fall.  I think of summer as a time to digest learning.  All year we fill our students’ brains.  In the summer their brains sort, store, and process the information they’ve had poured into them for months.

Some years I have looked at June, July, and August as a perfect chance to get some academic work done.  My children were behind, so I thought they should catch up. Now I’m older, and maybe wiser. For some students, sometimes, summer is a good time for formal learning, but I believe summer can be put to better use.

Summer is a great time for field trips, travel, and lazy afternoons at the swimming pool.  Long conversations, reading to each other, and good movies can all be enjoyed any time.  Cooking, cleaning, laundry, and home organization can be explored at a leisurely pace during the long days of summer.  I think I’ve just written my family’s plan for the summer!

Homework Due 4/18 and 4/19

If you haven’t scheduled your annual testing, consider the Peabody Individual Achievement Test.  It is administered individually, takes about an hour, and scores are available immediately after testing. Contact WEST for scheduling at WEST.  If testing at WEST doesn’t work for you, let me know and we can schedule outside of WEST.

If you need to turn in work after April 19, here are some options:
I’ll be at WEST Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, April 25-27.  Drop off your work then.  Look for a box in the hall with my name on it. You may also scan and email, or snail mail your work to me.  No work will be accepted after May 31.

In math classes on 4/18 and 4/19, each class will have a final exam. It’s part trivia and fun, part spelling (math words), and part math.

Homework:

Math for the Middle Grades – In class we played with polygons, protractors, and patterns!  Try to finish lesson 88.  That’s it.

Math 76 – lesson 116.  Any problems in that are from lesson 115 are optional.  Continue working on tests.

Algebra 1/2 – lessons 121-123 and tests.

Algebra 1 – lessons 118-120, tests.

Algebra 2 – lesson 122, tests.

Personal Finance – review!  We’ll have a final exam in class on Wednesday.  Your activities for chapter 12 have been emailed. Another option for chapter 12 homework is to listen to a series of messages by Andy Stanley. Click here to access the messages:  Your Move.  Or download the Your Move app and listen on your phone or tablet.  Pick any series, or single message, that has something to do with money, listen, write at least half a page of response.  Be sure to include the name of the message or series.  Some suggestions: “What Makes You Happy”, “See the World”, “Crazy Like Us”, and “Breathing Room”.

Homework Due 4/11 and 4/12

Planning for fall?  Let me know if you would like my input on which math class might be a good fit for your child for next year.  Also, if Personal Finance and/or Geometry are in your plans for 2017-18, it’s a good time to buy the books.  Both classes use consumable worktexts.  Here are the links:

Geometry:  https://www.aop.com/curriculum/shop-lifepac/geometry-set  This link is to the 10 Lifepac set plus teacher’s guide.  The teacher’s guide is required for the class.

If you already have the teacher’s guide, here’s the link to the set of 10 Lifepacs:  https://www.aop.com/curriculum/shop-lifepac/geometry-10-unit-set

Personal Finance:  https://www.daveramsey.com/store/kids-teens/home-school/foundations-homeschool-student-text/prodFOUHOMESTUTEXT.html

Next, this week’s homework:

Math for the Middle Grades – Lesson 90 and Homework 28.

Math 76 – Lesson 112, all the problems.  Be sure to complete the next test this week.

Algebra 1/2 – Lessons 118-120.  Tests 24, 26, and 28 are due by 4/18.

Algebra 1 – Lessons 113-115 practice and odds.  Lesson 119:12-14. Work each problem twice, once using the quadratic formula and once by completing the square.  Keep working on tests.

Algebra 2 – Lesson 120 practice and odds, read Lessons 123 –  128. Keep working on tests.

Personal Finance – Your activities have been emailed.  Also, begin a list of your achievements, at least one per year for the past four or five years, as part of preparing to make a résumé.