# Unit 11 Math Test Tomorrow

It’s that time again . . . unit 11 math test.  Today we completed a review in class of the material on tomorrow’s test.  Unit 11 focused on 3-D shapes, volume, weight and capacity.  To prepare for a math test we need to PRACTICE.  Students have the OPPORTUNITY to practice for their test and earn bonus points (5 points!).  They have two options to practice:

1. Make a practice test with 20 problems (Must contain a variety of problems).  The mathboxes and journal pages are a great place to find math problems for a practice test.  Students must complete the practice test and return it tomorrow to receive the bonus points.

2. Play Unit 11 Jeopardy and keep track of your work on a 4×5 grid.  See directions below.

Jeopardy Game Directions:

• Open file by clicking on the words Jeopardy above
• Click “Play slideshow from beginning”
• Once you are at the game board, choose a place to begin and click on it.  You may get a warning (Security Alert-Macro) . . . the file is fine.  You can click on “enable content” or try to X out of the box.  The game should be ready to go!
• Read question and answer on your game board (5 x 5 grid).  Remember to show all your work-not just answer.  Use back if you need more room.
• To reveal the answer on the computer click anywhere in the question box and the answer will show up on top.
• Click on the HOUSE button to return to the game board and select another question.  Questions already answered should be highlighted a different color.
• HAVE FUN!!!!

# Math Test . . . .AGAIN!!!!

It’s that time again . . . unit 10 math test.  Today we completed a review in class of the material on tomorrow’s test.  Unit 10 focused on reflections, rotations, and translations, lines of symmetry and adding negative numbers.  To prepare for a math test we need to PRACTICE.  Students have the OPPORTUNITY to practice for their test and earn bonus points (5 points!).  They have two options to practice:

1. Make a practice test with 20 problems (Must contain a variety of problems).  The mathboxes and journal pages are a great place to find math problems for a practice test.  Students must complete the practice test and return it tomorrow to receive the bonus points.

2. Play Unit 10 Jeopardy and keep track of your work on a 4×5 grid.  See directions below.

Jeopardy Game Directions:

• Open file by clicking on the words Jeopardy above
• Click “Play slideshow from beginning”
• Once you are at the game board, choose a place to begin and click on it.  You may get a warning (Security Alert-Macro) . . . the file is fine.  You can click on “enable content” or try to X out of the box.  The game should be ready to go!
• Read question and answer on your game board (5 x 5 grid).  Remember to show all your work-not just answer.  Use back if you need more room.
• To reveal the answer on the computer click anywhere in the question box and the answer will show up on top.
• Click on the HOUSE button to return to the game board and select another question.  Questions already answered should be highlighted a different color.
• HAVE FUN!!!!

# ZOOM . . . .

In this week’s Blogging Challenge Miss W. suggested we create a ZOOM post.  We liked the idea and pulled out one of our favorite wordless books by Istvan Banyai called Zoom. In this book the reader is zoomed from a farm to a city to a desert and more as it ZOOMS out farther and farther!  How far will it go?  We created our own ZOOM video based on the book.  We hope you enjoy it!

# Circus Guy & the Junkman = GREAT Fun!

### A huge thank you goes out to our PTO for supporting our Artist in Residence program this year at MBS!!!

We had our kick-off assembly Monday and the kids were thrilled!  What a wonderful opportunity for our Osprey’s to work with these “green” artists.  Everyone loved working with Troy and Don during art and P.E..

• Art & Music classes are creating and playing their own “junk” play station for our performance next week.
• P.E. classes are practicing circus arts like juggling, balancing and “clowning” around!

We have a dress rehearsal during the day at CHS next Friday, April 8th, before our evening performance at 5:30 . . . I hope to see you all there!

# Math Test Tomorrow

It’s that time again . . . unit 9 math test.  Today we completed a review in class of the material on tomorrow’s test.  Unit 9 focused on fractions, decimals and percents.  To prepare for a math test we need to PRACTICE.  Students have the OPPORTUNITY to practice for their test and earn bonus points (5 points!).  They have two options to practice:

1. Make a practice test with 20 problems (Must contain a variety of problems).  The mathboxes and journal pages are a great place to find math problems for a practice test.  Students must complete the practice test and return it tomorrow to receive the bonus points.

2. Play Unit 9 Jeopardy and keep track of your work on a 4×5 grid.  See directions below.

Jeopardy Game Directions:

• Open file by clicking on the words Jeopardy above
• Click “Play slideshow from beginning”
• Once you are at the game board, choose a place to begin and click on it.  You may get a warning (Security Alert-Macro) . . . the file is fine.  You can click on “enable content” or try to X out of the box.  The game should be ready to go!
• Read question and answer on your game board (5 x 5 grid).  Remember to show all your work-not just answer.  Use back if you need more room.
• To reveal the answer on the computer click anywhere in the question box and the answer will show up on top.
• Click on the HOUSE button to return to the game board and select another question.  Questions already answered should be highlighted a different color.
• HAVE FUN!!!!

# Video Tour of MBS

We have been busy blogging! One of the tasks for week #1 of the Student Blogging Challenge, was to create a video of our school.  My talented photographers, Autumn, Julia, Sam and Zachary, did a terrific job capturing Malletts Bay School with images. We used them to create this Animoto video:

# Math Test Tomorrow

It’s that time again . . . unit 8 math test.  Today we completed a review in class of the material on tomorrow’s test.  Unit 8 focused on area and perimeter.  To prepare for a math test we need to PRACTICE.  Students have the OPPORTUNITY to practice for their test and earn bonus points (5 points!).  They have two options to practice:

1. Make a practice test with 20 problems (Must contain a variety of problems).  The mathboxes and journal pages are a great place to find math problems for a practice test.  Students must complete the practice test and return it tomorrow to receive the bonus points.

2. Play Jeopardy and keep track of your work on a 4×4 grid.  See directions below.

Jeopardy Game Directions:

• Open file by clicking on the words Jeopardy above
• Click “Play slideshow from beginning”
• Once you are at the game board, choose a place to begin and click on it.  You may get a warning (Security Alert-Macro) . . . the file is fine.  You can click on “enable content” or try to X out of the box.  The game should be ready to go!
• Read question and answer on your game board (5 x 5 grid).  Remember to show all your work-not just answer.  Use back if you need more room.
• To reveal the answer on the computer click anywhere in the question box and the answer will show up on top.
• Click on the HOUSE button to return to the game board and select another question.  Questions already answered should be highlighted a different color.
• HAVE FUN!!!!

# Time for a Math Test

It’s that time again . . . unit 7 math test.  Today we completed a review in class of the material on tomorrow’s test.  Unit 7 focused on fractions.  To prepare for a math test we need to PRACTICE.  Students have the OPPORTUNITY to practice for their test and earn bonus points (5 points!).  They have two options to practice:

1. Make a practice test with 20 problems (Must contain a variety of problems).  The mathboxes and journal pages are a great place to find math problems for a practice test.  Students must complete the practice test and return it tomorrow to receive the bonus points.

2. Play Jeopardy and keep track of your work on a 4×4 grid.  See directions below.

Jeopardy Game Directions:

• Open file by clicking on the words Jeopardy above
• Click “Play slideshow from beginning”
• Once you are at the game board, choose a place to begin and click on it.  You may get a warning (Security Alert-Macro) . . . the file is fine.  You can click on “enable content” or try to X out of the box.  The game should be ready to go!
• Read question and answer on your game board (5 x 5 grid).  Remember to show all your work-not just answer.  Use back if you need more room.
• To reveal the answer on the computer click anywhere in the question box and the answer will show up on top.
• Click on the HOUSE button to return to the game board and select another question.  Questions already answered should be highlighted a different color.
• HAVE FUN!!!!