I told them that they could have the rest of class for the quiz - I'm trying to take away the anxiety surrounding timed tests as much as possible. Upon completion of the quiz they will work on today's homework set found here. It is all about classifying triangles so plenty of practice finding the distance between two points and slopes of line segments.
If they all finish early, we will watch this TED-Ed talk about how Pixar uses math - it specifically mentions midpoints, which is what we did yesterday.
It was nice to hear a few students say that they prefer spiralling to learning with units. They also said that the amount of homework I am giving is reasonable. All good things to end the week.