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## Interesting Integers!

Recently we’ve been learning all about integers. Integers are any whole number but can be positive, negative or zero. For example, -30, 4, 0, -7 and 182 are all integers. 3.82, 1/4, .5, and 7/4 are not. Those are considered to be rational numbers which are any...

## Let’s Make a Deal

Earlier this week, we shared a video about how to find a percent. We talked all about where you might see a percent being used outside of school. One of the places mentioned was at a store. Many times stores will have sales and they’ll offer a discount on an...

## Math Movie Network: Percents

The Math Movie Network is back with another tutorial! This week, we’ve been learning all about how to find a percent. A percent means a part of or out of 100. It’s essentially another way to represent a fraction that has a denominator of 100. We’ve...

## Math Movie Network: Exponents and Order of Operations

The Math Movie Network is back, bringing you the latest from our sixth grade classroom! This time, some of our experts provide you with a look at how to solve problems with exponents and the order of operations. One of the topics that we’ve been learning all...

## Dividing Fractions: Rapping It Up

We’ve gone from learning about adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals to doing the same operations but now with fractions. We’ve been talking all about important terms like least common multiple and greatest common denominator. Most...