Homework is usually assigned Mondays through Thursdays. There are some exceptions but I never give homework on Fridays. Students may make up missed homework as long as it is within the time limit. I must enter my grades on Progress Book, which is the grading software that the district uses. I am mandated to do this by the school district. Since I must log the grades online, students can only make up homework one month at a time. I input each month's homework at the end of each month. I will not allow homework from previous months to be made up. I will give a deadline before I enter the grades online.

For example: I will only allow students to hand in late homework for the month of September until the final week of September. Once we are in the month of October, I will post the homework average for September onto Progress Book and students can no longer make up September's homework because the grades are posted.

August 30 - September 3 : No homework will be given the first week of school

September 7: Math worksheet

September 8: Math worksheet

September 9: Math worksheet

September 13: no homework because we had to input grades on our navigator calculators.

September 14: finish worksheet on fractions and pictures. Green and blue group will not have homework because they will not have math class due to watching the 9/11 film in the auditorium.

September 15: Orange and yellow groups must finish the worksheet given. Green, blue and red groups must make pictures to match the following fractions: 2/5, 4/8, 1 1/3, 3 3/5, 7 6/10, 5 2/4, 3/10, 2 5/8, 4 1/4, and 6 1/5.

September 16: worksheet; this is a study guide for Friday's quiz. The quiz will be on the material covered all week in class, including this study guide.

September 20: no homework

September 21: double bar graph worksheet

September 22: six multiplication problems

September 23: given 5 fractions, students must decide if each is greater than, less than or equal to 1/2.

September 27: estimate the following fractions as closer to 0, 1/2, or 1: 5/10, 3/4, 3/5, 4/10

September 28: estimate the following fractions as closer to 0, 1/2, or 1: 9/10, 1/8, 2/5, 3/4

September 29: study guide for tomorrow's quiz

October 4: Page 200 in math book. Problems 11-20

October 5: Page 200. Problems 21-30

October 6: Convert mixed to improper and improper to mixed: 1 and 3/5, 1 and 4/10, 2 and 1/2, 5/2, 7/3, 16/10