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Mrs. Valek dvalek@lexrich5.org
Ms. Pearson wpearson@lexrich5.org

Chapin Middle School
Ms. Wright jwright@lexrich5.org
Mrs. Corley ccorley@lexrich5.org

Dutch Fork Middle School
Mrs. Graul lgraul@lexrich5.org
Mrs. Atkinson lratkins@lexrich5.org

Irmo Middle School
Ms. Jensen sjensen@lexrich5.org
Ms. Thacker kthacker@lexrich5.org

District Ofce
Ms. Boissinot cboissin@lexrich5.org

Contact Information
Ideas for My Summer
Math Log

Calculate the amount of the bill and tp at a
restaurant.
Estmate the total bill at the grocery store.
Calculate the average speed on a trip.
Find the unit cost of items at a grocery store
Find the area of your room in square feet
and square inches.
Sharpen your math skills at one or more of the
following websites:
XP Math Games
Cool Math
AAA Math
Math Playground
Algebra
IXL Math Practce
Illuminatons

The list above is a suggested menu of math actv-
ites to choose from. As you enjoy your summer,
record the tme you spend interactng with and
using math. Make sure you record at least ten
hours of actvity. You may repeat an actvity
more than once and you may record it each tme
you play it, but you must do at least three difer-
for you to record your math actvites.
Summer Math!

Rising
6th, 7th, & 8th
Create a log showing some ways that
you have used math over the
summer. A sample log is inside, or
you may create your own. You
should complete at least at least 10
hours (3 diferent actvites) of work.

Each student may submit a log to
his/her teacher by August 29, 2014.

We use math every day!
What are some ways you use math?
Date Time
Spent (in
hours)
Actvity - Please briefy describe the math
used.
Complete at least three diferent actvites.
Parent
Initals

Total
Time:

Math Log
Name:
Standards of Mathematcal
Practce
The Standards for Mathematcal Practce describe
behaviors that all profcient math students should
exhibit.
These practces will allow students to understand
and apply mathematcs with confdence.

Mathematcally profcient students...

1. make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
2. reason abstractly and quanttatvely.
3. construct viable arguments and
critque the reasoning of others.
4. model with mathematcs by applying
the mathematcs they know to solve
problems arising in everyday life,
society, and the workplace.
5. use appropriate tools strategically.
6. communicate, measure and calculate
with precision.
7. look closely to discern a patern or
structure.
8. notce if calculatons are repeated,
and look both for general methods
and for shortcuts.