8th Grade Algebra – Ms. Mulvihill


8th grade students are currently studying the Systems of Linear equations.

To help your student at home:  Build with your student. Lego sets, Minecraft and simple blocks will help your student understand how shapes fit together, what an angle is, and how to apply linear algebra to a three dimensional world

  • Draw or color with your student. Recognizing patters is an important aspect of math. Coloring is one way to see patterns in our world. Drawing will help students build on their knowledge of shapes, angles and patterns.
  • Daily Practice is always important! Students will always need to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts, here are a few fun ways to do this:
    • Math games like Sudoku or Kakuru
    • Flash Cards – Did you know you can use a deck of cards as flash cards?
    • Dice games – Have your student teach you how to play “the dice game”
    • Ten-Minutes of Math – Try it yourself, your student needs to do 10 minutes of additional math practice a day, can you find 10 minutes for math time too?

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Michelle Cimarolli

Below are notes from our class today.  Remember that if you write these into your notes, you may use them on a test.

Wednesday 01/17

No notes today as we did not have time to do anything except correct last night’s homework.

Tuesday 01/16


Friday 01/12


Thursday 01/11


Wednesday 01/10


Monday 01/08 –


Thursday 12/14 ~

The students took the first part of their algebraic inequalities test today.

Notes for Wednesday 12/13


Notes for Tuesday 12/12


Notes for Monday 12/11


Notes for Tuesday 12/05


Notes for Monday 12/04


Notes for Tuesday 11/28


Notes for Monday, 11/27


Notes for Tuesday, 11/21

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Notes from Monday, 11/20

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