**Math Quiz 1/30 (3 section directly below)**

1- Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents (exponential/expanded/standard form)

2 - Identify when two expressions are equivalent. (expanded form/standard form/exponential form for multiplication/division)

3 - Evaluate expressions at specific values of their variables. Include... ... Perform arithmetic operations, including those involving whole-number exponents, in the conventional order (order of operations).

Welcome to our 6th grade math site. This site is intended to assist absent students who might check the notebook/assignment tab to see what they have missed and start making it up, students running a bit behind in class who needed to catch up (again, notebook/assignment tab), and parents who wanted to check up on how things were going or double check that a student had completed their work (assignment tab). It will also have updates on upcoming tests/quizzes.

**Nightly homework** is to write cornel questions in response to their notes. Each note will need one question, the answer of which must be found in the cornel note. This ensures that students are thinking about what is really in their notes and creates a habit of studying. If it is not done outside of school hours it is not studying - this should take about 5 minutes a night.