Alison Eisiminger

I hope you and your families are all feeling healthy and safe. I miss you all so much and I'm so sad that we won't get to finish such a strong year. We don't know exactly what the expectations will be between now and August, but I'll update here and on Twitter (@pi_siminger) as I learn more information. Please email or tweet me if you need anything at all. If you don't hear from me within a day, try again - sometimes when I email you, the message gets returned for some reason.

I have updated the document I showed you a few weeks ago - the one that has ixl practice suggestions and videos for each topic we've covered. You can find this document in the Files and Documents tab of this web page. I'll update some additional useful links and other practice for you this week.

I hope I get to see you soon, but while you're home, please make sure you're nice to your families, you go outside every day, teach someone something you learned in math class this year (there was SO MUCH!), and do something nice for someone every day!

Love you all so much,

Mrs. Eisiminger

eisimiab@pwcs.edu

April 3:

Next week is Spring Break! You'll be receiving a newsletter in your email on Monday with suggested practice for next week. The practice next week is completely optional - you do not have to work on Spring Break. PLEASE, before April 14 (maybe right. now.), log in to Clever (the link is a couple lines below this) and then log in to DreamBox. You must log in to Clever to be able to log in to DreamBox. Joseph is the only student who has done this so far - Congratulations Joseph!!!!! Have a great break! See you soon!

March 31:

Happy Monday (a day late)! I'll be posting some new review documents in the Files and Documents tab of this page today, so please check that. Also, please log in to Clever (you can google search 'PWCS Clever' or find a link to it here) and look for my page on Clever. From my page, please log in to DreamBox. This is a site that we'll be using going forward. I'll send you more information and instructions in the coming days but for now, just log in and look around. Try some lessons if you want and let me know what you think. See you tomorrow at 1:00 on our Duke zoom!!!!

March 27:

Happy Friday! What a strange week of school. I sent you all an email today in your pwcs email (not your stonewallmiddle). We have a virtual staff meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon so I should have an update for you after that. I won't make any updates over the weekend but please do check back next week for more updates. Have a great weekend, see you Monday!

March 26:

I linked my Twitter feed below. You can follow it for news, updates, and suggested practice. Don't forget to do something nice for someone!

March 25:

Play Integer War today! You'll need a deck of playing cards and an opponent (virtual or in-person; sibling, friend, family member). Red cards are negative integers, black cards are positive integers. Aces are worth one point and K,Q,J are worth ten points (positive or negative). The rules are the same as regular War - split the deck of cards in half, each lay one card at a time, highest value wins. Good luck!

March 24:

I posted a some new links on the Useful Links tab of this web page.Teach a family member your favorite topic we covered this year.

March 23:

We have covered A LOT this year - you should be proud of how hard you've worked. Here is a summary of everything you've learned as a 6th grade math student:

6.1 Ratios

6.2 Fraction, Decimal, Percent

6.3 Integers and Absolute Value

6.4 Exponents and Perfect Squares

6.5 Fraction and Decimal Operations

6.6 Integer Operations and Order of Operations

6.8 Coordinate Plane

6.9 Congruency

6.12 Proportions

6.13 Equations

6.14 Inequalities

The only topics we had left to cover were:

6.7 Pi, Circumference, Perimeter, and Area

6.10 Circle graphs and graph comparisons

6.11 Measures of Center (mean, median, mode)

I have updated the document I showed you a few weeks ago - the one that has ixl practice suggestions and videos for each topic we've covered. You can find this document in the Files and Documents tab of this web page. I'll update some additional useful links and other practice for you this week.

I hope I get to see you soon, but while you're home, please make sure you're nice to your families, you go outside every day, teach someone something you learned in math class this year (there was SO MUCH!), and do something nice for someone every day!

Love you all so much,

Mrs. Eisiminger

eisimiab@pwcs.edu

**News and Updates:**April 3:

Next week is Spring Break! You'll be receiving a newsletter in your email on Monday with suggested practice for next week. The practice next week is completely optional - you do not have to work on Spring Break. PLEASE, before April 14 (maybe right. now.), log in to Clever (the link is a couple lines below this) and then log in to DreamBox. You must log in to Clever to be able to log in to DreamBox. Joseph is the only student who has done this so far - Congratulations Joseph!!!!! Have a great break! See you soon!

March 31:

Happy Monday (a day late)! I'll be posting some new review documents in the Files and Documents tab of this page today, so please check that. Also, please log in to Clever (you can google search 'PWCS Clever' or find a link to it here) and look for my page on Clever. From my page, please log in to DreamBox. This is a site that we'll be using going forward. I'll send you more information and instructions in the coming days but for now, just log in and look around. Try some lessons if you want and let me know what you think. See you tomorrow at 1:00 on our Duke zoom!!!!

March 27:

Happy Friday! What a strange week of school. I sent you all an email today in your pwcs email (not your stonewallmiddle). We have a virtual staff meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon so I should have an update for you after that. I won't make any updates over the weekend but please do check back next week for more updates. Have a great weekend, see you Monday!

March 26:

I linked my Twitter feed below. You can follow it for news, updates, and suggested practice. Don't forget to do something nice for someone!

March 25:

Play Integer War today! You'll need a deck of playing cards and an opponent (virtual or in-person; sibling, friend, family member). Red cards are negative integers, black cards are positive integers. Aces are worth one point and K,Q,J are worth ten points (positive or negative). The rules are the same as regular War - split the deck of cards in half, each lay one card at a time, highest value wins. Good luck!

March 24:

I posted a some new links on the Useful Links tab of this web page.Teach a family member your favorite topic we covered this year.

March 23:

We have covered A LOT this year - you should be proud of how hard you've worked. Here is a summary of everything you've learned as a 6th grade math student:

6.1 Ratios

6.2 Fraction, Decimal, Percent

6.3 Integers and Absolute Value

6.4 Exponents and Perfect Squares

6.5 Fraction and Decimal Operations

6.6 Integer Operations and Order of Operations

6.8 Coordinate Plane

6.9 Congruency

6.12 Proportions

6.13 Equations

6.14 Inequalities

The only topics we had left to cover were:

6.7 Pi, Circumference, Perimeter, and Area

6.10 Circle graphs and graph comparisons

6.11 Measures of Center (mean, median, mode)