"Math has a lot of negative stereotypes, but it can actually be fun and incredibly empowering." - Danica McKellar
Homework and participation are worth 10% of the grade in each class. Homework is not given just for the sake of giving homework. It is intended for students to keep their skills fresh and practice concepts that they have learned in school. The only way to get better at something is to practice. There are times that work is not completed in class and is sent home to finish, often for a grade.
Students should be bringing their Math Binders home nightly and reviewing notes. Even if they don't have "official homework," they should be keeping up with what we're doing in class and reviewing basic facts, such as their multiplication tables. DreamBox lessons, Prodigy, and Lure of the Labyrinth (also found on links page) are great practice as well.
There will be homework packets that go home on Monday and are due BY Friday. They are a review of what has been taught so students don't forget material and notes can/SHOULD be used to complete packets. Click the button to open the file.