Textbook pages are available in the math google classroom folder. See class code below.
It has come to my attention that a handful of students did not bring their math text book home, they only brought their math work book. Today's assignment was in the math textbook; tomorrow's assignment is in the work book. For those of you who do not have a textbook, I believe there is a way that you can access the text book via Math in Focus website. I am waiting to her back from Mr. Dimpsey. Sorry about the confusion! I will keep you all updated ASAP!!
I hope everybody had a safe, and relaxing weekend. This week there will be some changes in regards to how work will be turned in moving forward. Upon learning last week that we will be out of school for an undetermined amount of time I had to adjust my initial plan of turning in assignments. As far as I can tell this is the easiest way to turn in work.--Use your cell phone to take a picture of your child's completed work and email to me. This includes Superkids work book pages, and math work book pages. Students will also be doing work on notebook paper for spelling, social studies, science, and math (text book pages). However, I will be flexible if you have an alternative way of getting your child's completed assignments to me.
I have added google classrooms for each subject you will need to use the class codes listed below to access materials for each subject (when assigned) . This will help students stay organized. Make sure your child begins each morning answering the daily question.
We are still in the learning process of online learning. Thank you all for your patience and flexibility as we adjust into these new norms!
***ALL WORK FOR THIS WEEK IS DUE SUNDAY, March 29th by 8:00PM***
Google classroom codes: social studies ihct57t science fj73sud
spelling tp6yzg7 math aossvgi
language arts n43rjej
Superkids/Reading- read, "Persuasion," pages 114-115. Fluency, practice observing typographical clues. Reading Comprehension questions to ask your child- What kind of paragraph is a persuasive paragraph? What will the class write persuasive paragraphs about? Why does Cass say persuasion is not always good?
Word work book, pages 62-63. Page 62 teach decoding and encoding words with the long i vowel sound. Page 63 Introduce spelling words.
Spelling- write words 3x's each
Math- begin Chapter 12, Fractions, page75. Using fractions to describe equal parts of a whole is the main focus of this chapter.
Lesson 1, page 77. Students will learn concepts of fractions as apart of a whole. Introduce the concept of fractions by first showing a whole divided into equal parts. Then show an example of a whole that is not divided into 4 equal parts. Read and discuss pages 77-81. Students will do "Let's Practice," pages 83-84 (have them number the problems and just write out the answers) on notebook paper.
Social Studies- login into week 27, Other Governments. Your child may listen to the readings, watch the available videos, and answer the questions to help them earn points for their rat cages. Review vocabulary words- anarchy, democracy, dictatorship, and monarchy.
Science- on page C28 students will write and answer the questions on a separate sheet of paper, #'s 1-7.
IXL, Science, section B. States of Matter, #'s 1-2
Religion- Blessed session 4, The Eucharist. Watch number 1, Food for the Soul.
Superkids/Reading- Read, "Ms. Blossom's Idea," pages 116-117. Fluency, practice reading with expression. Reading comprehension questions to ask your child- According to Ms. Blossom can you change your mind about turning down an invitation? What is Ms. Blossom's idea? Do you think Ms. Blossom's idea makes sense?
Word work book page 64, practice encoding and decoding long i words.
IXL, Reading Strategies, section P., #1 sequence.
Spelling- ABC order
Math- In work book do Practice 1 Fractions, pages 47-52.
Social Studies- have your child write the definitions of the vocabulary words on a piece of paper. On that same paper have them answer the question: How do you become the ruler in a monarchy?
Science- IXL, Science, section B. States of Matter. #'s 3-5
Religion- BLESSED session 4, The Eucharist. Watch number 2, The Literary of the Eucharist.
Superkids/Reading- read, "Batting Advice," pages 118-119. Fluency, practice differentiating among characters in dialogue. Reading comprehension questions to ask your child- How does Sal feel after he strikes out? How do you know he feels that way? How do Sal's friends try to help him? How does he feel about their advice? What does Cass do that turns out to be just what Sal needs from a friend?
Word work book, page 65. Teach irregular comparative superlative adjectives.
Spelling- spelling sentences
Math- Lesson 2 Comparing Fractions. Students will learn to compare unit fractions using models. Read and discuss pages 85-88. Have your child do "Let's Practice," pages 90-91, #'s 1-4--just write the answers on notebook page.
Social Studies- In google classroom access the social studies folder and complete the Types of Government worksheet. There are 3 options of how the completed assignment can be turned in. Options are written in the instructions section of the assignment folder .
Science-complete IXL States of Matter.
Religion- BLESSED session 4, The Eucharist. Watch number 3, Holy Communion.
Superkids/Reading- read, "Bumpy," pages 120-121. Fluency, practice observing typographical clues. Reading Comprehension questions for your child- define enthusiastic and discouraged, then ask why Sal is discouraged? Why isn't he enthusiastic about writing? How does Ettabetta help Sal improve his writing?
Word work book page 66. Practice decoding and encoding long i words.
IXL, Reading Strategies, Q. Inference Analysis, #'s 1-2
Spelling- In google classroom access the spelling folder and complete Backpack page 47.
Math-work book, Practice 2 pages 53-54.
Social Studies- opinion writing. In your opinion, which government is the best? Why do you think that?
Science- Go outside, observe the weather, and write 3 complete sentences about your observations.
Religion- BLESSED session4, The Eucharist. Watch number 4, The True Presence.
Superkids/Reading- read, " Enjoy the Cookie," pages 122-123. Fluency, reading with expression. Reading Comprehension questions to ask your child- What does Ettabettta ask Sal to tell about the cookie before he eats it? What does she ask him to tell about the cookie as he eats it? How does eating the cookie slowly help Sal?
Math- IXL, W. Fractions, #'s 1-4
Social Studies- students will login into California Studies Weekly, week 27 and take their tests.
Religion- Blessed session 4, The Eucharist. Watch numbers 5 From the Bible: the last super, 6 Jesus is in you, and 7 closing prayer. Then have your child Journal with Jesus on a separate sheet of paper....
I know you will never leave me because....