**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.