Thursday, 9/17

Blocks 1 and 3 — Complete Divisibility Rules and Greatest Common Factor Assignments in Canvas – Complete Module Check 1 and Finding Factors Assignment.

Pre-Algebra – Block 2 — Complete Comparing and Ordering Integers and upload your work. Continue working through the modules.

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Please remember to log into Canvas and complete the Student Orientation Form. Once you complete this assignment, you can move on to the other modules.

Please work to complete Bell Work or Daily Review Assignments. “Turn in” as soon as you finish the work.

Have your notebook and supplies ready for class Monday morning.

Enjoy your weekend!

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First Week is Done! Thank you for your support!

The first week is complete. We made it! Thank you for all the parents and students who joined in our first week to help Virtual Learning get off to a start. Parents/Students remember to check Canvas for updates/modules and check Google Classroom for Bell Work and Daily Review Assignment.
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Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year! You’re in 6th Grade!

Welcome to Mrs. Bynum’s 6th Grade Math Class! I am looking forward to meeting you virtually and eventually in-person! Our First Nine Weeks is off to a virtual start and it will require some adjustments from us all. I’m hoping to make this an easy transition for us. We will work together to keep the lines of communication open and increase our knowledge this school year.

This is my 13th year with Forest Glen Middle School and 6th graders. My other 7 years in education were spent teaching 7th and 8th grade math. I reside in Smithfield Va so I have about a 30 minute commute to school. It gives me time to think about my day (before the learning begins) and time to deescalate and reflect over the day’s event (on my way home).

We use an interactive notebook for all math classes. It’s important because it allows me to share information with you and it also encourages you to work and follow along with me. It’s an excellent tool for studying, creating and using strategies, and provides a road map to the instruction. We hope the interactive notebook forms as an organizational tool that helps you become an independent learner.


Math 6 and Enrichment Students (Block 1 and Block 3) – You will need (4) 1-subject notebooks (We use 1 for each nine weeks), pencils, glue sticks, colored pencils, highlighters, and scissors. A 4-function calculator and ear buds are optional items but might be a good investment.

Pre-Algebra Students (Block 2) – You will need a 3-subject notebook, pencils, glue sticks, colored pencils, highlighters, and scissors. A scientific calculator, ear buds, and graph paper are optional items but might be good investments.

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