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Math 8

***WEEK OF 3/16 - 20****

Hello everyone!

Please also take a moment to add yourself to Google Classroom:

P3: syaingm

P4: 6scfyhe

P5: pdckaq4

P6: iza4ykh

Here are some extension activities for this week while you are not in school:



Back to School Night Presentation

Welcome to our Math 8 class. I am very excited about this class this year. We are going to study: 

  • Exponents and Scientific Notation
  • Transformations and the Pythagorean Theorem
  • Linear Functions and Equations
  • Systems of Equations
  • Volume
  • Bivariate Data
  • Rational Numbers

We are following the California Common Core State Standards which encourage a lot of reasoning and exploring in mathematics. It makes math class a lot more fun. We will be using the CPM Course 3 as our main curriculum for this course. It is an amazing, research-based program that encourages students to work together to interact deeply with mathematical concepts. This curriculum is very different than math curriculum from when we were students, so please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions!

An important component of this course will be discussion of mathematical ideas. It is imperative that you follow along in class and contribute to class discussions. In addition, you will have regular challenge sheets that will require you to explain your reasoning in writing.


Here are some practice for fraction skills and integer skills:

Adding Fractions with unlike denominators

Subtracting Fractions with unlike denominators

Adding and subtracting integers


Parent Guide

Homework Help 

eBook Site

Registration URL (We will set this up in class)


Homework will be posted on the 8th Grade calendar


Math Munch -- Cool Math for students!

7 Myths about the brain that you thought were true


The Link Between Praise and Motivation

Even Geniuses Work Hard

How to Learn Math for Students -- online, free course designed by Stanford Professor to help students become better math learners.

How to Learn Math for Teachers and Parents: online course from Stanford that explains current educational research about how people learn math and the changes we can make in our classrooms and at home to better support our students

Common Core is Not Fuzzy Math -- Editorial from USA Today written by a mathematician