Math: Stearns, Brown, Brinkmann

Homework

Seventh grade math teachers update this website daily with assignments and upcoming assessments (see below). Please check the website daily for assignments. If a student forgets their book at school, students can log on to the online textbook to access the homework or access any worksheets.

Online Resources

To access Pearson resources online, on the FHMS Website, click on “Students” on the right and click “Pearson Easy Bridge”. This will take you to your “Clever” login.

Click “Login with my Active Directory” on the left. Students have been given information about their username and password so that they can login. Please keep a copy of this information at home.

Now, click the “Pearson Easy Bridge” Icon. You will see your name and your math class. Click on the “Pearson Realize” Icon on the right side.

The math online textbook allows students to access the following:

-Virtual Nerd (video tutorials)     

-MathXL (practice problems)

-Interactive examples (examples from class for students to watch again)

-Games (to increase fluency)

Free Apps:

Virtual Nerd (Video tutorials)

-available on iTunes 

-available on Google Play 

Pearson Bounce Pages App (Allows students to scan textbooks for additional support)

-available on iTunes

-available on Google Play

 

Seventh Grade Math Tutoring

There is free math tutoring available for all grade levels on Wednesday mornings from 7:30 to 8:00 in Ms. Stearns' room #154, and on Monday afternoons from 3:15 to 4:15 in Ms. Brown's room #145. In addition, there is a district list of tutors (for a fee) in the guidance office. Please contact the guidance office if you are interested.

Extra Credit:

Extra credit for Quarter 4 will be uploaded to Google Classroom for each teacher toward the end of the quarter.

Math Contract 2019-2020:

Click here for the math contract.

Ms. Stearns' Homework: 

Please check back at this website and google classroom - let's get through this together!

Monday, March 30, 2020:
Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving angle relationships.
PA Homework: 9.4 pages 516 to 518 (4-13) Note: 4, 5, 7. and 8 are answer only.

Objective: We will be able to use the key in a scale drawing to find missing measures and we will be able to draw figures with given conditions.
Math 7 Homework: Do the problems 1 and 2 under 8.1 Review Homework and problems 1 and 2 under 8.2 Review Homework.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020:
Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving angle relationships.
PA Homework: 9.4 worksheet (1-16)

Objective: We will be able to draw triangles with given conditions given side lengths and angle measures.

Math 7 Homework: 8.3 pages 424-426 (10, 11, 12, 20)

Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving radius, diameter, and circumference of circles.

PA Homework: 9.5 pages 522-524 (4, 5, 7, 9, 12)

Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving angle relationships.
Math 7 Homework: 8.4 pages 438-440 (4-13) *4, 5, 7, and 8 are answer only.

Thursday, April 2, 2020
Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving radius, diameter, and circumference of circles.
PA Homework: 9.5 pages 522-524 (6, 11, 13, 15, 18)

Objective: We will be able to solve problems involving angle relationships.
Math 7 Homework: Quiziz (you can retake to get a better score)

Friday, April 3, 2020
Objective: We will be able to use this day to play catch-up!
PA Homework: Do whatever you haven't done yet!

Objective: We will be able to use this day to play catch-up!
Math 7 Homework: Do whatever you haven't done yet!

Monday, April 6, 2020
Objective: We will be able to 
PA Homework:

Objective: We will be able to
Math 7 Homework:

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

NO SCHOOL

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Objective:
PA Homework:

Objective:
Math 7 Homework:

Thursday, April 9, 2020
Objective:
PA Homework:

Objective:
Math 7 Homework:

Friday, April 10, 2020
NO SCHOOL

Ms. Brown's Homework

Instruction for Math 7 and Pre-algebra will resume online Monday, March 30. Please check back at this website and google classroom - let's get through this together! Monday, March 30, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: construct triangles given conditions

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: construct triangles given conditions

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: complementary, supplementary, adjacent, and vertical angles

-Understand: 

-Be able to: 

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


Thursday, April 2, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: solve two-step equations

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


Friday, April 3, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: complementary, supplementary, adjacent, and vertical angles

-Understand: 

-Be able to: solve two-step equations

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


For past assignments, click here
Mrs. Brinkmann's Homework

Week of 3/30/21-4/3/20
  • Familiarize yourself with Google classroom and the Pearson website.
  • Watch as many of the 8-4 videos and example problems as you want/need to.
  • There is also two videos that Ms. Brown made. These might be easier and more straight forward than the Pearson videos.
  • Watch any or all of them. It doesn't matter.  You need to work at your own pace.
  • Also, posted in Pearson is the 8-4 question set. Do this by the end of the week. I will look for this to be completed by Friday 4/3/20.
  • Reach out to me and let me know if you have any questions at all.  





Study Island Extra Credit Opportunity

Students have from Friday, February 20th until Sunday, March 1st at the end of the day to earn blue ribbons on Study Island. The assignments are the same for math7 and prealgebra. Students need to go to study island and log in with their username and password. Their username is their first name with the first letter capitalized followed by a period and then their last name with the first letter capitalized @fhsd. For example, Mickey Mouse's username would be Mickey.Mouse@fhsd. Their password is their student id number. Once they are in, they just need to click on the third quarter extra credit assignment. Students can earn up to 12 points extra credit (not percentage points). Each blue ribbon earned is 3 points extra credit (not percentage points).

Study Island Extra Credit Opportunity

Students have from Friday, February 20th until Sunday, March 1st at the end of the day to earn blue ribbons on Study Island. The assignments are the same for math7 and prealgebra. Students need to go to study island and log in with their username and password. Their username is their first name with the first letter capitalized followed by a period and then their last name with the first letter capitalized @fhsd. For example, Mickey Mouse's username would be Mickey.Mouse@fhsd. Their password is their student id number. Once they are in, they just need to click on the third quarter extra credit assignment. Students can earn up to 12 points extra credit (not percentage points). Each blue ribbon earned is 3 points extra credit (not percentage points).

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