Students took their Chapter 6 Test today.

**IXL #4 – N.8 & N.9 due tomorrow by 4pm!**

Students took their Chapter 6 Test today.

**IXL #4 – N.8 & N.9 due tomorrow by 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed determining the type of quadrilateral using distance and slope. For the remainder of the hour, we reviewed for tomorrow’s Chapter 6 Test and students worked on a study guide. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**Chapter 6 Study Guide from today will be due tomorrow!**

Ch. 6 Review In-Class Study Guide

**IXL #4 – N.8 & N.9 due Friday at 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed classifying quadrilaterals based on slope, distance, and midpoint. For the remainder of the hour, we started discussing section 6.6: placing figures on coordinate planes and students worked on a practice handout over this section. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**Chapter 6 Test will be this week: Review-Chapter-6**

**Hwk #7 – due tomorrow**

**Sec 6-6**

**pages 344-345**

**problems 2-7, 23-25.**

**IXL #4 – N.8 & N.9 due Friday at 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed properties of kites and trapezoids. For the remainder of the hour, we finished discussing section 6.5: trapezoids and kites and students worked on a practice worksheet over sections 6.4 – 6.5. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**Practice Worksheets due Monday – **

**IXL #3 – N.6 & N.7 due today by 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed material that we have covered so far in chapter 6. For the remainder of the hour, we started discussing properties of a trapezoid and kite, the last two types of quadrilaterals. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**HW #6 –**

**Sec 6-5**

**pages 338-339**

**problems 5, 8, 10, 14, 17, 23, 26**

**IXL #3 – N.6 & N.7 due tomorrow by 4pm!**

Students took their quiz over Sections 6.1-6.4 today.

**HW #5 – due Thursday**

**Sect. 6-4**

**Pages: 332-335**

**Problems: 2, 4, 5, 6, 12, 16-18, 67-69**

**IXL #3 – N.6 and N.7 due Friday, Feb. 8th by 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed properties of parallelograms and rhombuses. For the remainder of the hour, we finished discussing section 6.4: special parallelograms – rhombuses and rectangles and reviewed for tomorrow’s quiz. Tomorrow’s quiz will cover section 6.1-6.4. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**HW #5 – due Thursday**

**Sect. 6-4**

**Pages: 332-335**

**Problems: 2, 4, 5, 6, 12, 16-18, 67-69**

**IXL #3 – N.6 and N.7 due Friday, Feb. 8th by 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed section 6.3: proving a quadrilateral is a parallelogram. For the remainder of the hour, we finished discussing section 6.3 and started discussing special types of parallelograms and their properties: rhombuses and rectangles. Students worked on a practice worksheet reviewing section 6.2 & 6.3. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**Classwork: Practice 6.2-6.3 Worksheet (due Monday if you did not finish in class)**

**IXL #2 – N.4 & N.5 due today by 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed section 6.2: properties of parallelograms. For the remainder of the hour, we finished discussing properties of a parallelogram and moved on to section 6.3: proving quadrilaterals are parallelograms. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**HW #4 – due tomorrow**

**Sec 6-3**

**pages 324-326**

**problems 2, 5, 15, 16, 22, 23**

**IXL #2 – N.4 & N.5 due Friday at 4pm!**

Today’s bellwork reviewed properties of quadrilaterals. For the remainder of the hour, we started discussing properties of parallelograms, section 6.2. Attached below are today’s class materials.

**Hwk #3 – due Monday**

**Sec. 6-2**

**Pages: 315 – 316**

**Problems: 5-7, 10, 12, 33**

**IXL #1 – N.1 & N.2 due Sunday at 4pm!**