Monday August 26 Homework Tuesday, August 27 Review steps to find LCM Table Team Challenge Homework LCM on ixl, N.8 to smartscore 80 What number less than 20 is written in alphabetical order?  Wednesday, August 28 Finding the LCM 3ways long, prime factorization, "Birthday Cake" Homework Quiz MOVED TO FRIDAY: Topics will include: Rules of divisibility, Patterns of Multiples New: Prime Factorization, Express a number as a product of Unique Prime Factor, Finding Least Common Mulitiple PRACTICE: Use the Prime Factorization Method and the "Big L Cake method" to find the LCM of 96 and 72 Thursday, August 29 Quiz Review (see topic list from Wednesday classwork) Homework NO Math Homework Tonight. For Hawaiian Studies Tomorrow: visit http://statehoodhawaii.org/index_his.html Be prepared to discuss and reflect on the following questions: How did Hawaii become a state, Why did Hawaii become a state, How would life today be different in Hawaii if we were not part of the United Stats of America? 
Monday, August 19
Factor Trees and Prime Factorization Homework: On Khan Academy, PreAlgebra and Arithmatic section: www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/factorsmultiples/prime_factorization/e/prime_factorization Complete 10 problems correctly in a row. Tuesday, August 20 Today in class we will continue our exploration of prime factors. Homework: IXL, sixth gradeexercise N.5, Prime Factorization. The same grading scale as last week applies. However, you are not required to spend more than 30 minutes on IXL. Homework Tuesday, August 13, 2013 https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs Prime Factorization IXL 6th grade N.5 Make sure to log into our school IXL site, the link is above. This is the only way you will receive credit for your work. Wednesday, August 21 Least Common Multiples and Least Common Denominator Homework: log on to IXL go to the grade 6 section, exercise N.8"Least Common Multiple". Complete up to a smart score of 80. https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs Thursday, August 22 Ordering Rational Numbers Homework: Repeat yesterday's exercises, use some of the techniques we practiced today in class: Log on to IXL go to the grade 6 section, exercise N.8"Least Common Multiple". Complete up to a smart score of 80. https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs Due, Friday, August 23 Classwork: Monday, August 12 WarmUp: Planting Garden Rows * Candy Box Challenge group presentations Tuesday, August 13 * Prime vs. Composite Numbers: Sieve of Eratosthenes Wednesday, August 14 * Rules of Divisibility Thursday August 15 * Factorization and Factor Trees, Greatest Common Factor Friday, August 15 No School Homework: Monday, 8/12: In your math notebook, write a one paragraph reflection telling which groups' candy box won the challenge. Be sure to indicate how they met he design criteria, in what ways did they address some of the additional factors with their design and how effective was their "pitch" to the "executives" from the Maui Candy Company. Tuesday, 8/13 Homework Tuesday, August 13, 2013 https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs Prime or Composite Numbers IXL 6th grade N.3 Make sure to log into our school IXL site, the link is above. This is the only way you will receive credit for your work. IXL Grading Policy Percent Points 98100 5 9097 4 8589 3.5 8084 3 Wednesday, August 14 MISTAKE ALERT: The math homework is on IXL, not on Khan Academy. Here it is: https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs Divisibility IXL 6th grade L.1 Make sure to log into our school IXL site, the link is above. This is the only way you will receive credit for your work. Log onto Kahn Academy.
Go to the math section and find the url for the video "recognizing divisibility" under the section arithmetic and prealgebra. Copy the url for the video. Compose an email to Mrs. Kaufman confirming you were able to locate the video, paste the url in the body of the email. Log onto Kahn Academy. Complete the section in the Knowledge Map section entitled: Divisbility 0.5, www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/factorsmultiples/divisibility_and_factors/e/divisibility_0.5
Log onto Kahn Academy and complete the practice problems for divisability tests: www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/factorsmultiples/divisibility_tests/e/divisibility_tests
August 5
Homework: Please log on to https://www.ixl.com/signin/kpcs using the username and password you were given in class. Send an email to Mrs. Robinson, marobinson@kiheicharter.org confirming that you were able to log successfully or report any difficulties in you email. 
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