• Welcome to 7th Gr News:

    1/31:

    We are beginning our study of geometry.

    We are in need of wipes, hand sanitizer, tissues, pencils, and notebook paper.

     

    1/27:

    We are studying the Laws of Exponents. We will have a series of quizzes on these topics, and then move on to our study of geometry.

     

    We are still in need of notebook paper, pencils, tissues, hand sanitizer, and wipes.

     

    12/5:

    I cannot begin to express the excitement in our class on Math MAP day! That was the largest growth from 12 weeks that I have ever experienced​. So many students raised their hands with smiles on their faces! Now, if we can all keep up the good work, the spring MAP should be amazing!

     
    Right now, there will be a quiz on Tuesday, and we should be ready to test by Thursday. 
     
    We are in need of tissues, wipes, and hand sanitizer. Any help, would be greatly appreciated.

    11/25:

    We are taking our Ch 5 test tomorrow, the day prior to Thanksgiving break. Our next unit of study will be Numerical and Algebraic Expressions and Equations.

     

    We are in need of tissues, wipes, and hand sanitizer. Any help, would be greatly appreciated.

     

    11/15:

    Right now our Ch 5 Test is planned for next Thursday. I have posted an optional project in Classroom for extra credit.

     
    Please help by sending tissues, hand sanitizer, or sanitizing wipes.
     
    Enjoy the link for 4th period singing along with a math video. Rules for Multiplying Integers

    11/1:

    We will test ch 4 adding and subtracting rational numbers on Wednesday. 

    We are in need of tissues, wipes, and hand sanitizer. Any help, would be greatly appreciated.

    10/25:

    We will be continuing with adding and subtracting integers and then rational numbers. We should be ready for a quiz on adding and subtracting integers on Wednesday.

    We are in need of tissues, wipes, and hand sanitizers if you are able to help.

    10/18:

    We will test chapter 3 on percent proportions Wednesday.

    If you are able to send wipes or tissues that would be appreciated.

    10/11:

    Projects are totally awesome! I will post pics as soon as possible. 

     

    We will continue with problem solving with percentages next week moving into percent increase and percent decrease. We should be ready for a quiz by Wednesday. 

    10/7:

    Direct Variation Project is due this Friday, Oct. 11. 

     

    We are reviewing what we learned in sixth grade about percents, and then focusing on finding a method to solve percent problems. We will focus heavily on problem solving with percents.

    9/27:

    We will have our test on Ch 2 Tuesday.

    9/20:

    Picture Day is Monday!! SMILE!!

     

    We have a projected test on Ch 2 scheduled for Friday, September 27. 

     

    Please ask your student about the Kool-Aid activity to help understand proportional reasoning! Hopefully, I will be posting pics soon! Sorry 4th period, but I got so involved and enjoyed observing your activity so much that I forgot to take pics!

     

    9/16:

    We are continuing our study of proportional reasoning with Chapter 2.

    Our standards are:

    Identify and model proportional relationships given multiple representations, including tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, verbal descriptions, and real-world situations.
    a. Determine when two quantities are in a proportional relationship.
    b. Recognize or compute the constant of proportionality.
    c. Understand that the constant of proportionality is the unit rate.
    d. Use equations to model proportional relationships.
    e. Investigate the graph of a proportional relationship and explain the meaning of specific points (e.g.., origin, unit rate) in the context of the situation.
     
    We are really emphasizing the constant of proportionality.