Honors Math begins in the 4th grade at Saint Luke Catholic School. The goal of the Honors Math program is designed to challenge exceptional math students and to offer them a more rigorous curriculum. Students are selected based on their Terra Nova CSI score, Math, and English report card grades; these parameters are set by the Archdiocese. The program provides the graduating students an opportunity to place out of Algebra 1 in high school. In the 4th and 5th grades, we use the Sadlier Math series and in 6th-8th grades, we use the Prentice Hall/Pearson Common Core series.
Week of February 27th, 2023
Monday 2/27: workbook pgs. 269-270 (Solid Figures). Measurement project due Friday 3/3
Tuesday 2/28: workbook pages 271-272 (Cubic Measurement). Project due Friday 3/3
Wednesday 3/1: textbook pages 366-367, evens.
Thursday 3/2: workbook pgs. 277-278
Week of February 27th, 2023
Monday 2/27: workbook pgs. 285-286 (Line Plots with Fractions and Decimals)
Tuesday 2/28: workbook pg. 287 (Coordinate Planes)
Wednesday 3/1: no homework tonight
Thursday 3/2: workbook pgs. 291-292
STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
The real number system
Quantities
Seeing structure in expressions
Creating equations
Reasoning with equations and inequalities
Interpreting Functions
Building Functions
Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models
Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data