**Math for the Middle Grades** – Lessons 9, 11, and 12. Lesson 10 is NOT assigned this week. We might do lesson 10 next week, or we might save it for later.

Be sure to continue practicing the multiplication facts assigned each week. This week we’re focusing on 5’s and 10’s. To multiply a number by 10 move the decimal point to the right one place. To multiply by 5 you could count by 5, but there are faster ways. One way is to remember two 5’s make a ten. 8 x 5 is the same as 4 x 10; 9 x 5 is 4 x 10 and one more 5. Think: [some number] of 5’s is half of [some number] of tens.

**Math 76** – Lessons 13-16. For lessons 13-15 complete the odd-numbered problems. For lesson 16 complete the practice problems (do not complete the odds). We did practice problems n and o in class; do practice problems a-m.

Be sure you complete one lesson at a time. That means do the problems, score the lesson, correct all errors, email Mrs. Sands for help if you need it, write your score at the top of the first page of each lesson. There are 20 points possible on each lesson. Five points are for the practice problems we do in class. The other 15 are for the odd-numbered problems in the problem set. A problem is correct if you got it right the first time, or if you got it wrong then corrected it, or if you had to get help with a problem to correct it. Write your score as a fraction: number correct over 20.

**Algebra 1/2, Algebra 1, Algebra 2** – Lessons 16-20. To maximize learning, be sure you complete one lesson at a time. That means do the problems, score the lesson, correct all errors, email Mrs. Sands for help if you need it, write your score at the top of the first page of each lesson. There are 20 points possible on each lesson. Five points are for the practice problems we do in class. The other 15 are for the odd-numbered problems in the problem set. A problem is correct if you got it right the first time, or if you got it wrong then corrected it, or if you had to get help with a problem to correct it. Write your score as a fraction: number correct over 20.

**Geometry** – Lessons 3:2, 3:3, and 3:4 and Test 2. That’s a lot of work. If necessary, you may finish 3:4 by 10/12.