Students, click here and find the link to the topic of next test or quiz for more practice and review.
Click here to take the iready test. Remember to work each problem and to do your best.
Fall and the beginning of the school year is a great time to think about and set goals for the year. You might think about setting a personal goal such as trying a new sport, activity or club or a social goal like making new friends. Now is a great time to set a school goal, too. Consider something like being on time, limiting absences, getting and staying organized and improving study skills. There are many goals you might set, and teachers and other adults at Prairie Mountain are here to help you set and accomplish them. Make a new goal today. You might keep it private, but studies show sharing your goal with at least one other person improves your goal’s success!
After a great summer, the fall season, and the return to school, is upon us. Welcome back, returning Prairie Mountain families, and a warm greeting to families that are new to our school. We’ll spend the first few days getting to know each other and settling into routines. I’m looking forward to teaching (and learning) our new math program and I’m already excited about SCIENCE and the many FIELD TRIPS 6th grade science has to offer. Last, but not least, I am EXTREMELY excited to cheer on UO football. GO DUCKS!!!
After completing your open Tenmarks.com assignment, please use this ixl.com site to continue your practice for Tuesdays test.
After finishing the open Tenmarks assignment, click here and here to practice solving more equations.
Click here for more math practice.
Students, click here to play an online game that test your knowledge of the scientific method.
Here’s another chance to practice your understanding of scientific method .
If Tenmarks is complete, once again, think about the kind of practice you need the most. Multiplication word problems? Division Word Problems? How about a review of adding or subtracting fractions? Retake test is tomorrow. Do your best to be ready.
After you have finished your tenmarks assignement, choose to practice either multiplying fractions or dividing fractions. Here’s another site to practice dividing fractions. Give yourself the best opportunity to practice these skills before the retake test on Friday.