Week of June 8, 2020:

We will not have a zoom meeting today. Your teachers are busy revising any grades for the people who completed 3 IXL numbers with a smart score of 90 or above for each SOL objective/number that they needed to improve. I will be at School on Thursday helping to return students belongings so we will not have a zoom meeting then, either. 

I will miss you all this summer and I hope and pray that we are back on campus for the first day of school this fall. I hope everyone has a great summer. Stay safe! Stay healthy!

Mrs. T.

Week of June 1, 2020 - WOW it's June already!!!

1. Watch this Math Antics Video on Order of operations
2. Practice IXL O.3 This is a foundational skill that is used when you perform integer operations. I urge you to practice it! We will meet on Zoom Tuesday at 9.

New Announcement for this week:
During our zoom class, I decided that for office hours on Thursday at noon we will do integer operations problems. Make sure you are ready with a pencil and paper and be ready to ask your questions. 

Week of May 26, 202

Continue to review previous materiel. We have about 14 more days to bring up your grades on any thing you need to.  We will have a Zoom session on Thursday only this week.

Here are two worksheets for additional fraction - decimal - percent conversion practice. Visual Representations of Fractions Decimals and PerentsClick here for additional worksheet - Frac Dec Percent Visual Trivett.docx

Week of May 18, 2020

Week 6 of Distance Learning:

1. Watch video for continued review of Decimals and Fractions:  Click Here - Fractions, Decimals, Pecents Review Video
2. Complete corresponding IXL sections and other work that you find here: 
Click here for this weeks review activities

See you at 9 am Tuesday on our Zoom call.Look out for email from me!

Week of May 11, 2020
Reminder: we are going to hold a zoom session Tuesday Morning at 9:00 am to go over the weekly review together. Please be on time, because we will end the meeting when we are finished. Don't wait till 9:30 to check if we are still meeting. I will email a new zoom meeting request on Monday night.

Week 5 of Distance Learning:
1. Watch this review video on decimals and percents:Review Video on Fractions and Decimals 
2. Complete the work on this schedule: Remote learning Week 5 click here

Week of May 4, 2020: 
Special Announcement - next week we are going to hold a zoom class on Tuesday morning instead of you just looking at what you are supposed to do. Keep your eye out for an email from me.

Week 4 of distance learning:
1. Watch my video: Link to video on Percents SOL 6.2 Review  

2.Follow the schedule with assignments for week 4: Link to Week 4 Schedule

Week of April 27, 2020: 

Week 3 of distance learning: 
1. Watch my video: Link to Rates and Unit Rates Review Video
2. Follow the schedule with assignments for week 3: Link to Week 3 Schedule
IXL Certificate
IXL cert 2
Week of April 20, 2020: 

Be sure to keep scrolling and read all the old announcements so you don't miss anything. 

Week 2 of Review Distance Learning
1. Watch my video: Link to Proportions Review Video
2. Follow the schedule with assignments for week 2: Link to Week 2 Schedule 

April 17th, 2020 Announcement:

I am receiving many questions on how you can bring up your grades. Open this document and it will answer all your questions!
Raising grades.docx

How to bring your grade up:

For All 3 marking periods if you show mastery by earning a 90-100 on IXL for the corresponding SOL objectives I can override your grade at the end of the year (see the SOL=IXL table at the bottom of my teacher page).


April 13, 2020
Welcome to virtual math class! Starting on Tuesday, 4/14/20, and then again every Tuesday after that we are having a review lesson.  So please read what follows right here very carefully.

1. Begin by watching the short Ratio review video in files and documents.
2. Complete the ratio review paper (also in files and documents) and send it back to me (take a pic) for my feedback.
3. Watch Math Antics"Ratio and Rates"
4.  Watch Math Antics "Simplifying Fractions"
5. Complete IXL R.1-10. I will review this by next Monday for informational grades.
6. I will evaluate your work and record it in the gradebook as an informational grade only, but this will allow you to bring up any of your grades from earlier in the year if you need to. 

I will have "Office Hours" through ZOOM every week on Thursday at 12 - 1:30. The link was emailed to you and will also be in the Useful Links page. 

You may email me with your questions at other times, but the fasted way to get questions answered if during office hours. 

Also, I have posted a "Virtual Classroom Behavior Guide"  in files and documents as well. 
<------------- See over and up for links and docs!

Mrs. T

March 31, 2020
Happy Monday!!! I am posting some suggested review from chapter one. If it were up to me - strong suggestion!!! - you'd be working on math for 1/2 hour each day, BUT, that is optional at this time. 
(Find it in Files and Documents) 

Yesterday I installed a french drain behind our house! How are you all doing? Send me an email with any questions you have and I will get back to you pretty quickly if it is before 3 PM. I'll still get back to you if it is afterwards, but just not as quickly. 

Take care!
Mrs. TMrs. TrivettFrench Drain

March 23, 2020  (Check out the online resources in Files and Documents & Useful Links)

Greetings! I hope everyone is doing well. We are not going to move forward with the curriculum at this time, but only concentrate on reviewing topics that have been previously taught. 

Students have covered ratios, equivalent ratios, rates, comparing and converting between fractions, decimals and percents, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions, whole numbers and mixed numbers, word problems with decimals, integers, absolute value, operations with integers and order of operations.    Here is a list of all  SOL topics for 6th grade - coded green for what we have covered and red for what we didn't get to yet. Below that is a list of IXL topics for your optional review and practice. 

6th Grade Math Unit Calendar
look in files and documents for table that is not cut off)


Unit 1: Ratios & Proportions


6.1 The student will represent relationships between quantities using ratios and will use appropriate

notations such as a , a to b, and a:b.

6.12 The student will

a) represent a proportional relationship between two quantities, including those arising from practical situations;

b) determine the unit rate of a proportional relationship and use it to find a missing value in a ration table;

c) determine whether a proportional relationship exists between two quantities; and

d) make connections between and among representations of a proportional relationship between two quantities using verbal descriptions, ratio tables, and graphs.

Unit 2: Fraction, Decimal, Percent Equivalence


6.2 The student will

a) represent and determine equivalencies among fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents;* and

b) compare and order positive rational numbers.*


Unit 3: Integers & Order of Operations


6.4 The student will recognize and represent patterns with whole number exponents and perfect squares.

6.3 The student will

a) identify and represent integers;

b) compare and order integers; and

c) identify and describe absolute value of integers.

6.6 The student will

a) add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers;*

b) solve practical problems involving operations with integers; and

c) simplify numerical expressions involving integers.*

Unit 4: Fractions and Problem Solving


6.5 The student will

a) multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers;*

b) solve single-step and multistep practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions and mixed numbers; and

c) solve multistep practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals.

Unit 5: Equations & Inequalities


6.13 The student will solve one-step linear equations in one variable, including practical problems that require the solution of a one-step linear equation in one variable.


6.14 The student will

a) represent a practical situation with a linear inequality in one variable; and

b) solve one-step linear inequalities in one variable, involving addition or subtraction, and graph the solution on a number line.

Unit 6: Geometry and Measurement

(this unit has not been covered as of 3.12.20)

6.8 The student will

a) identify the components of the coordinate plane; and

b) identify the coordinates of a point and graph ordered pairs in a coordinate plane.

(6.8 was started)

6.9 The student will determine congruence of segments, angles, and polygons.

6.7 The student will

a) derive π (pi);

b) solve problems, including practical problems, involving circumference and area of a circle; and

c) solve problems, including practical problems, involving area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles.

Unit 7: Statistics

(this unit has not been covered as of 3.12.20)

6.10 The student, given a practical situation, will

a) represent data in a circle graph;

b) make observations and inferences about data represented in a circle graph; and

c) compare circle graphs with the same data represented in bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots.


6.11 The student will

a) represent the mean of a data set graphically as the

balance point; and

b) determine the effect on measures of center when a single value of a data set is added, removed, or changed.


SOL 6.1 thru 6.6, 6.8 and 6.12 thru 14.

IXL is an excellent method for reviewing previously learned skills.  If a problem is incorrect, the student can scroll down and receive an explanation.  

SOL 6.1


6th grade IXL R.1-6

SOL 6.2

Fractions, Decimals, Percents

6th grade IXL I.4,5,9,10-13

SOL 6.3

Understanding Integers

6th grade IXL M.1-3

SOL 6.4


6th grade IXL D.1,3,11

SOL 6.5

Fraction Operations

6th grade IXL K.1,2,5,6,10,12,13,15


SOL 6.6

Integer Operations

6th grade IXL N.1-11

SOL 6.12


6th grade IXL R.4, 5, 6

SOL 6.13


6th grade IXL Z.1-6

SOL 6.14


6th grade IXL AA. all

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Mrs. Trivett