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COVID-19 At-Home Learning

I will be conducting weekly Zoom meetings for students to join. Students can join to ask any questions about the material they are currently working on. All students are able to join on Thursday’s from 2:00pm – 3:00pm. I will post the link to join the meeting on our Google Classroom.

Students have the option to complete the bonus work below if they are not happy with their average for the 8th grade year. You can find the average by adding your 1st nine week grade, 2nd nine week grade, and the 3rd nine week grade together and dividing the total by 3. If the student is happy with their average for their 8th grade year, then I encourgae them to use the following link to practice their 8th grade skills to ensure they are prepared for the next year.


BONUS -->We now have access to i-Ready Online Instruction!  Our students have taken 2 Diagnostic Tests this year through i-Ready and a lesson path has been generated for each student based on the results of the diagnostic test. 

To access i-Ready, go to:  Username: First letter of first name, first letter of last name, student ID number (no spaces, ID number is AR number)  Password: Student ID number

We recommend spending 45-60 minutes each WEEK on this website to help our students.

If you have any questions about the material or how to log in, please email me at I will respond as soon as possible. The links below are also a great resource to help with i-Ready.

Students can earn up to 100 bonus points for completing the I-Ready material. You must complete at least 8 assignments for 50 points AND have an overall average of at least 76% for 50 points. This will give you a total of 100 bonus points to help your average for 8th grade Math. 

8th Grade At Home Learning Materials:

Grade 8 Student Packet

The following links from Khan Academy correspond to the concepts covered in the Student Packet. 



Understanding Integer Operations Applying Properties for Powers with the Same Base 3
Applying Properties for Powers with the Same Exponent 4  (Scroll down to different bases but same exponents)
Applying Properties of Negative Exponents 5
Applying Properties of Integer Exponents 6
Understanding Scientific Notation Writing Numbers in Scientific Notation 7
Adding and Subtracting with Scientific Notation 8-9
Multiplying an Dividing with Scientific Notation 10-11
Understanding Functions Interpreting a Linear Function 12-13
Writing an Equation for a Linear Function from a Verbal Description 14-15
Using Graphs to Describe Functions 16-17
Understanding Linear Equations Finding the Slope of a Line 18-19
Graphing a Linear Equation Given in Any Form 20-21
Representing and Solving Problems with One-Variable Equations 22-23
Understanding Systems of Linear Equations Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 24
Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 25
Solving Real-World Problems with Systems of Linear Equations 26
Understanding Transformation, Congruence, and Similarity Performing Sequences of Rigid Transformations 28-29
Describing Sequences of Transformations Involving Dilations 30-31