Level 1  Divisibility Rules
Watch this introductory video over divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($100)  Write all the divisibility rules described in the video down in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Mandatory Task 2 ($100)  Copy and correctly complete the table in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Create a presentation on Google Slides that I could use to help teach divisibility rules. The slide show should contain the description and an example problem for each divisibility (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10).
Task 4 ($100)  Create your own video that will help you and your peers remember the divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. You may work with others to complete this task. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Write about 2 scenarios in which you might need to use a divisibility rule outside of school. Each scenario should be 1 paragraph long (4 to 5 complete sentences). Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. Determine if 34,510 is divisible by: 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
2. Find the missing digit if the following number is divisible by 9? 843,2__3
3. Find the missing value if the following number is divisible by 4? 79__
Solve.
1. Determine if 34,510 is divisible by: 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
2. Find the missing digit if the following number is divisible by 9? 843,2__3
3. Find the missing value if the following number is divisible by 4? 79__
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Give a correct response for #17.
1. Provide a 6 digit number that is divisible by 2.
2. Provide a 4 digit number that is divisible by 3.
3. Provide a 5 digit number that is divisible by 4.
4. Provide a 6 digit number that is divisible by 5.
5. Provide a 3 digit number that is divisible by 6.
6. Provide a 4 digit number that is divisible by 9.
7. Provide a 7 digit number that is divisible by 10.
1. Provide a 6 digit number that is divisible by 2.
2. Provide a 4 digit number that is divisible by 3.
3. Provide a 5 digit number that is divisible by 4.
4. Provide a 6 digit number that is divisible by 5.
5. Provide a 3 digit number that is divisible by 6.
6. Provide a 4 digit number that is divisible by 9.
7. Provide a 7 digit number that is divisible by 10.
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Copy problems #15 in your math notebook. Circle the factors that can be divided into the bigger number.
1. 450  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
2. 875  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
3. 6736  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
4. 83240  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
5. 837422  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
1. 450  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
2. 875  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
3. 6736  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
4. 83240  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
5. 837422  1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
Level 2  Multidigit Division
Watch this introductory video over multidigit division.
enVision  Topic 1, Lesson 12, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving (#16)
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($200)  Correctly complete the 9 division problems in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "multidigit division." Get 3 division problems correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Create a video of you completing a 2 digit by 4 digit division problem. The video must include commentary explaining each step throughout your work. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Write about 2 scenarios in which you might need to use multidigit division outside of school. Each scenario should be 1 paragraph long (4 to 5 complete sentences). Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve. Show your work for all problems.
1. 2867 ÷ 47 =
2. Callie has 1,850 books. She must pack them into boxes to ship to a bookstore. Each box holds 12 books. How many boxes will she need to pack all of the books?
3. A local zoo had a total of 98,464 visitors last year. The zoo was open every day except three holidays. On average, how many visitors did the zoo have each day?
Solve. Show your work for all problems.
1. 2867 ÷ 47 =
2. Callie has 1,850 books. She must pack them into boxes to ship to a bookstore. Each box holds 12 books. How many boxes will she need to pack all of the books?
3. A local zoo had a total of 98,464 visitors last year. The zoo was open every day except three holidays. On average, how many visitors did the zoo have each day?
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.


Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Write out the repeated steps for solving a long division problem using the standard algorithm (house form). Use the acronym "Does McDonalds Sell Burgers" to help you remember the order of the steps.
D 
M 
S 
B 
D 
M 
S 
B 
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Solve the following long division problems. You should not get a remainder!!! Make sure to show your work!
1. 560 ÷ 20 =
2. 1176 ÷ 42 =
3. 10098 ÷ 99 =
1. 560 ÷ 20 =
2. 1176 ÷ 42 =
3. 10098 ÷ 99 =
Level 3  Powers and Exponents
Watch both of these introductory videos over powers and exponents.


enVision  Topic 3, Lesson 31, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($100)  Copy and correctly complete the exponent worksheet in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "exponents." Get 5 exponent problems correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 1 and click on "exponent: squares and cubes." Correctly complete all 10 exponent problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Copy and correctly complete the exponent worksheet in your math notebook. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve. Show your work for each problem.
1. 3² = ____
2. __³ = 729
3. 5 to what power equals 625?
Solve. Show your work for each problem.
1. 3² = ____
2. __³ = 729
3. 5 to what power equals 625?
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Solve each problem in your math notebook.
1. Write 12 to the power of 4 in factor form (repeated multiplication).
2. Write 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 as a power.
3. What does 3 to the power of 5 equal?
4. What does 5 to the power of 3 equal?
5. Write 9 x 9 x 9 as a power.
6. Write 8 to the power of 3 in factor form (repeated multiplication).
1. Write 12 to the power of 4 in factor form (repeated multiplication).
2. Write 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 as a power.
3. What does 3 to the power of 5 equal?
4. What does 5 to the power of 3 equal?
5. Write 9 x 9 x 9 as a power.
6. Write 8 to the power of 3 in factor form (repeated multiplication).
Level 4  Order of Operations
Watch the introductory video over the Order of Operations.
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($50)  Click on the button below. Copy the Order of Operations rules (PEMDAS) down in you math notebook.
Mandatory Task 2 ($50)  Copy and complete the order of operations worksheet in your math notebook.
Mandatory Task 3 ($50)  Copy and complete the order of operations worksheet in your math notebook.
Mandatory Task 4 ($50)  Copy and complete the order of operations worksheet in your math notebook.
Task 5 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to the review section and click on "order of operations (four basic operations)." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 6 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 1 and click on "order of operations (with exponents)." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 7 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 1 and click on "order of operations: evaluating numerical expressions." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 8 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "order of operations (with parenthesis)." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 9 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "order of operations (four basic operations, exponents, and parenthesis)." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 10 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 2 and click on "order of operations (using division for grouping)." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 11 ($200)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "numeric expressions" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to section 3 and click on "solving problems with whole numbers." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 12 ($100)  Create a video of you completing a multistep order of operations problem. The problem must include all the PEMDAS operations. The video must include commentary explaining each step throughout your work. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve. Show your work for each problem.
1. 28  15 ÷ 3 + 8²
2. 1 + 10 x (4 + 12 ÷ 6)² ÷ 12
3. Rob and Lila try to simplify 18 x 4² + (93)². Rob simplifies the expression and gets 360. Lila simplifies it and gets 324. Which student is correct? What error did the other student make?
Solve. Show your work for each problem.
1. 28  15 ÷ 3 + 8²
2. 1 + 10 x (4 + 12 ÷ 6)² ÷ 12
3. Rob and Lila try to simplify 18 x 4² + (93)². Rob simplifies the expression and gets 360. Lila simplifies it and gets 324. Which student is correct? What error did the other student make?
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Write the correct order in which you would complete each operation for each problem. Fill in the operation you would do first, second, third, etc. for the steps given for each problem. YOU DO NOT NEED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS!!!
Example: 20  10 ÷ 2 + 8
1st  Divide
2nd  Subtract
3rd  Add
1. 5 + 6 x 8 =
1st 
2nd 
2. 3 x (60  10) ÷ 25 =
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
3. 14  6 x 2 + (8 ÷ 2) =
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
4th 
Example: 20  10 ÷ 2 + 8
1st  Divide
2nd  Subtract
3rd  Add
1. 5 + 6 x 8 =
1st 
2nd 
2. 3 x (60  10) ÷ 25 =
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
3. 14  6 x 2 + (8 ÷ 2) =
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
4th 
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Solve each expression.
1. 45  8 ÷ 4 =
2. 80 ÷ (4 + 16) x 3 =
3. 24 + 10 ÷ 2  (3 + 1)
1. 45  8 ÷ 4 =
2. 80 ÷ (4 + 16) x 3 =
3. 24 + 10 ÷ 2  (3 + 1)
Bonus Level
Task 1 ($500)  Copy and correctly complete the order of operations worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($500)  Click the button below and correctly complete the "Bang For Your Buck" project.
Task 3 ($300)  enVision  Topic 3, Lesson 33, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Task 4 ($300)  Scientific Notation Puzzle
First, you will need to do some research on the scientific notation. Answer the following questions prior to moving onto the completion of the puzzle.
What is the scientific notation?
How does it work?
In the example 5.6 x 10 to the power 5, what number are you actually multiplying 5.6 by?
In the example 5.6 x 10 to the power of negative 5, what decimal number are you actually multiplying 5.6 by?
Complete the scientific notation puzzle. (ask teacher for puzzle)
First, you will need to do some research on the scientific notation. Answer the following questions prior to moving onto the completion of the puzzle.
What is the scientific notation?
How does it work?
In the example 5.6 x 10 to the power 5, what number are you actually multiplying 5.6 by?
In the example 5.6 x 10 to the power of negative 5, what decimal number are you actually multiplying 5.6 by?
Complete the scientific notation puzzle. (ask teacher for puzzle)