**Today, the students continued learning about how to calculate percents using different strategies. They are learning about ratios, decimals, and fractions and how they relate to percentages. Tomorrow, the math lesson will be on calculating prices from products they may purchase when they go shopping. Students, make sure you bring a flyer with different products on them (Home Depot, Wallmart, Shoppers, Bestbuy, etc). Feel free to print one out online if you don't have any at your house. The flyers with discounts in percentages work best.**

1.) MATH:

1.) MATH:

- Pg 165 #1-10 + W/S Pg 48-51
- Bring a flyer from the mail/newspaper/online to school tomorrow.

**2.) POST A RESPONSE**:

- Guess what I heard? I head that H&M is having a sale, but only for 3 days! They are having a sale on jeans, pants, and socks. (HELPFUL VIDEO: Calculating sale prices)
- The original prices are as follows: JEANS $70, SHIRTS $30, and SOCKS are $10 for 4 pairs.
- The flyer says that the discount is 33% off any of the three items listed above.
- Calculate the cost of purchasing any combination of the above items. You must choose 2 or 3 items and calculate how much the final cost will be. Today is also your lucky day because H&M said you don't have to pay any taxes!
- Remember, this is a time limited offer and will expire tomorrow morning when the bell rings.
- Use mental math if you can or calculate and do your best while showing your work. It is not easy to explain and show your thinking for math on a keyboard. This is why we must use our words to communicate our thinking as clearly as possible.
- Check one other person's answer to see if they are correct and comment on their question to let them know if they need to fix anything.
- Correct your own work if you made any errors.

**VIDEO LINKS**:

Calculating Sale Prices

Compare Fractions