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MathBits, JrMathBits, AlgebraBits, GeometryBits, Algebra2Bits, MathBitsNotebook ,
JavaMathBits, and JavaBitsNotebook

June, 2022, Volume 16, Issue 6

June is here!!!

As educators, we all share the feeling of "so much to do, so little time."

ATTENTION Junior High Folks!
We are still working on the expanded JrMath sections to focus on CCSS and NY NextGen for the Notebook and the Subscription area. I had hoped to have it done by now, but COVID hit our family and brought everything to a screeching halt. Thankfully, everyone is now doing well. Unfortunately, I also hit the section on "Equations and Inequalities" which seems to have taken on a life of its own. Wow!!! The number things that I felt needed changing in this section. I am still finalizing the additions and changes. We are focusing on trying to get equal amounts of materials directed at the specific grade levels (6,7,8).

NOTEBOOK: You will see NEW web pages appearing and other pages being amended.

You will see more emphasis on specific GRADE LEVEL materials.
BIG NEW ITEM - REVIEW materials by sub-topic sections per each main heading, and by grade level.
NEW quizzes by grade level
NEW Caching Games by grade level
NEW sub-topic areas where needed
NEW/amended materials by grade level
As each main section is completed, you will see a "What's NEW Stuff" link to show you specifically what has changed or been added to each sub-topic in that section. The one for "Equations and Inequalities" is a killer.
Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2 FOLKS: Behind the scenes work is still going on with planning your upgrades. Since you still have a little time yet before the "crunch" of new testing materials hits you, we hope you can hold on for us to catch up to your level. Your levels will progress more quickly than JrMath, since JrMath is actually dealing with three grade levels.

PreCalculus: We had a great time earlier this spring working on more of the PreCalculus section. Back in the day, we originally created our website to address PreCalculus and Calculus (as RegentsPrep was dealing with the other high school grade levels at that time). When RegentsPrep died, we were deluged with requests to get something else up and running. Then Common Core hit and we updated for those. Now, Next Generation is hitting and we are upgrading for those.
WE WILL GET to PreCalculus and Calculus (as we love these areas). The problem with PreCalculus is it's size - so many topics.

Stay healthy and enjoy the sunshine!!!

Live long and love math,
Fred and Donna



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