Monday January 9, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and copy down your  agenda for the week. Leave your planner on your  de...
Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and copy down your agenda for the week. Leave your planner on your desk and I will co...
Tuesday January 10, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get out your homework  and have it on your desk.If you didn’t hav...
Tuesday January 10, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get your warm-  up from the Green Bin.You may work on Monday/Tues...
Wednesday January 11, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get out your homework  and have it on your desk.Pick up any ret...
Math LabDon’t forget your book for DEAR. (You will not be allowed to go to  your locker or the library at the beginning of...
Thursday January 12, 2012Good Morning! Please have your homework out on your desk.Pay attention to the following direction...
Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and get your  warm-up packet from the Green Bin. Get  started on Thursday’s warm-up.W...
Friday the                    13th!    Muhahahahaha!Good Morning! Please come in and get out your  homework.Get started on...
Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and get your warm-up p[acket from the Green Bin.Remember that warm-up packets are due...
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Warm-Up for January 9-13, 2012

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Warm-Up for January 9-13, 2012

  1. 1. Monday January 9, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and copy down your agenda for the week. Leave your planner on your desk and I will come by and stamp it. If you don’t have your planner, you will need to go to the office and buy a new one.When you are finished with your agenda, please get your journal and get started with your Problem Solving. You need to copy down the problem, before you attempt to solve it.Problem SolvingA farmer has to transport a fox, a goose, and some grain across a river. He has a boat which he can row back and forth from shore to shore. He can take himself and one other thing in the boat. However, unless he is present, the goose will eat the grain and the fox will eat the goose. How can he transport all three things across the river?
  2. 2. Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and copy down your agenda for the week. Leave your planner on your desk and I will come by and stamp it. If you don’t have your planner, you will need to go to the office and buy a new one.When you are finished, pick up a warm- up packet from the chair at the front of the room. You may get started on Monday’s warm-up, but you may not
  3. 3. Tuesday January 10, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get out your homework and have it on your desk.If you didn’t have your agenda yesterday, make sure you write in it and have it out today for me to stamp.Warm-Up (Use the same sheet as last week.)1. 2. 3. 4. 5 1 4 3 1 4 2 3 1 6 3 6 12 5 8 4 5
  4. 4. Tuesday January 10, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get your warm- up from the Green Bin.You may work on Monday/Tuesday warm-ups only.When you have finished you can begin working with your shoulder partner, on your Sequences Packet.
  5. 5. Wednesday January 11, 2012Good Morning! Please come in and get out your homework and have it on your desk.Pick up any returned papers from your class bin on the counter. Then get started on your warm-up.Warm-Up1. 2. 6 2 4 2 5 3 8 73. 7 4. 2 1 7 3 12 7 3
  6. 6. Math LabDon’t forget your book for DEAR. (You will not be allowed to go to your locker or the library at the beginning of DEAR)Pick up returned papers from the bin on the counter.Get your warm-up packet from the Green Bin. Get started on Wednesday’s warm-up.If you need to finish your Sequences packet, you need to do that in the first 10 minutes of class. We will grade them together after that.
  7. 7. Thursday January 12, 2012Good Morning! Please have your homework out on your desk.Pay attention to the following directions – they are a little tricky today. 1. Pick up a sheet from the chair at the front.2. Get a pair of scissors.3. Cut out all the pieces on your sheet.4. Put up your scissors and throw away your trash.5. Get started on your warm-up.*We have A LOT to do today, and not a lot of time, so please take care of this quickly and quietly.Warm-Up1. The seventh grade class has been collecting aluminum cans for recycling. The class has collected 210 cans. Their goal is to collect 520 cans. Write an equation and estimate the number of aluminum cans needed to reach their goal.2. Michael bought a $25.00 gift for a friend. After he bought the gift, Michael had $176.89. Write an equation to calculate how much money Michael had before he bought the gift.Model the following equations to solve.3. 24 = 13 + c4. a – 6 = 14
  8. 8. Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and get your warm-up packet from the Green Bin. Get started on Thursday’s warm-up.When you finish your warm-up, you may get started on your packet problems. Remember, the correct answer is on the back of the packet, for you to check when you are finished with the problem.If you don’t get it right, please go sit back down and rework, or come and talk to Mrs. Taylor or myself.
  9. 9. Friday the 13th! Muhahahahaha!Good Morning! Please come in and get out your homework.Get started on your brain teaser warm-up.Warm-Up1. Two girls were born to the same mother, on the same day, at the same time, in the same month and year and yet theyre not twins. How can this be?2. What occurs once in every minute, twice in every moment, yet never in a thousand years?3. Why cant a man living in the USA be buried in Canada?4. You can start a fire if you have alcohol, petrol, kerosene, paper, candle, coke, a full
  10. 10. Math LabGood Morning! Please come in and get your warm-up p[acket from the Green Bin.Remember that warm-up packets are due today.When you finish, you can get started on your packets.

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