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Test Schedule:

Mon. 5/11- Ch. 15 Math Quiz

Fri. 5/15- Spelling Test

 

Mon. 5/11

ELA- Phonics- Last week, we learned the sound that “or” and “ar” makes. This week we are going to learn the sound that “er,” “ir,” and “ur” makes. Please watch the attached video with me and complete P. 78 by underlining “ir,” “ur,” or “er” wherever you see it and following the directions in the sentence. Upload a photo of it.

ELA-Memory Words-Please listen to the audio on the Superkids Parent Portal for P. 79 in the Workbook as Sal sings a song to the firefighters in Spanish. Continue to practice reading the memory words by using the flash cards. You do not have to upload anything.

ELA- Spelling- Please write each spelling word once and draw a picture next to each word. Upload a photo. The words are on P.79 and are : bird, third, turn, burn, cold, know, does, laugh, both, again.

ELA- Reading- Please read the Superkids Short titled “Sal and the Fire Department.” In your reading journal, please write the date and the title at the top. In a complete sentence please then answer “What are some things Sal does when he visits the fire department on Third Street?

Handwriting- E/e- Please complete the attached handwriting page neatly. Follow the direction of the dots to form the letters correctly.

Math- Ch. 15 Quiz- Please complete the Quiz on Ch. 15 on P. 571-572. Read the questions carefully and be sure to check your work after you circled the answer incase you made a mistake. Upload a photo. Good luck!

Religion- Ch. 16 Day 3- We’ve learned last week that just like Jesus did, we also celebrate God’s love. One way we celebrate God’s love is by receiving different sacraments that were given to us by Jesus. Please read P. 188-189 to learn about the sacraments. You do not have to turn in anything.

 

Tues. 5/12

ELA- Phonics- Today you are going to read words with “ir and “ur” and identify a synonym for the word. Remember synonyms are two words that mean the same. In your Superkids Workbook on P. 80, please read the words in each box that match the picture and pick the word from the top that is a synonym for it. Write the word on the line. Upload a photo.

ELA- Reading- On the Superkids App please read ONLY Chapter 1 and 2 of “Fire!” Please do so on the app because there are some words that are in Spanish. The students will be able to hear the English translation on the app by listening to the audio recording. In your reading journal, please write the date and the title at the top of the page. Please answer these two questions in complete sentences. (You do not have to write the questions). Upload a photo

  1. Why does the fire chief say he will need Sal’s help in Chapter 1?
  2. What happened in Chapter 2?

ELA- Spelling- As you spell each word aloud, do a jumping jack for every letter just like we did last week. Feel free to e-mail me a video of you doing it if you wish. There is nothing to turn in.

Math- Lesson 15-3- Today we are going to learn about time patterns. Please watch the video and follow along with me. Upload photos of P. 573- 576.

Religion- Ch. 16 Day 4- Yesterday, we learned that Jesus gave us the sacraments as a sign of God’s life and love. Today, you are going to learn about the Seven Sacraments. Please read P. 190-191. In the Google docs or on a piece of paper please answer the following questions in complete sentences:

  1. Why do we receive the Seven Sacraments?
  2. What is one Sacrament?

ELA- Writing-During our Google Meets this week, we are going to share what we are going to write today in our writing journal. In your writing journal today, in at least two complete sentences, please write about a special memory that made you smile.

Wed. 5/13

ELA- Phonics-  On Monday we learned that “er” and “ir” and “ur” make the same sound. Today we are going to learn that sometimes “ar,” “or,” and “ear” also make the same sound as them. Please watch the attached video and follow along with me to complete a Superkids page. In your Superkids Workbook, please complete P.81 by underlining the letters in the word that stand for the /er/ sound and circle the picture that the word describes. Upload a photo.

 ELA- Memory Words- Please complete P.82 in your SuperKids Workbook by filling in the sentence with the memory word that makes sense. Upload a photo.

ELA- Reading-Please continue reading Chapter 3 of “Fire!” Feel free to begin reading from the beginning to refresh your memory. When you are done, please complete P.83 in your Superkids Workbook to complete the sentences about the story. Be sure to re-read your sentence when you are done to make sure it makes sense and that you did not forget your ending mark. Upload a photo.

ELA- Spelling– Please write sentences with words #1-4. Upload a photo.

Math- Lesson 15-4- When we do certain activities, we usually do them during the day or at night. For example, there is 8:00 AM (which is the morning) and 8:00 PM (which is the night). Would we eat breakfast at 8:00 in the day or the night? We would eat it in the day. Today, you are going to look at different activities and decided whether you would do the activity during the day or during the night. Please complete P. 578-580 and upload photos.

Religion- Seven Sacraments- Attached you will find some posters that tells us a little about the first 3 Sacraments. Please read it and color them in. Upload photos.

Science- Clouds- So far in our Weather unit, we have learned about the different types of weather, meteorologists, weather tools, and the seasons. Today, we are going to begin learning about clouds. Please read the attached poster about clouds and complete the dictionary page for clouds (there is two but you only need to attached one). Also, please read the book on Epic assigned to you titled “Explore my World Clouds.” Upload a photo of your dictionary page.

Thurs. 5/14

ELA- Phonics- So far we learned that, “er,” “ir,” “ur,” “ar,” “or,” and “ear” can all make the same sound of /er/. However, last week we learned that “or” can make an /or/ sound and “ar” also make the /ar/ sound. On P. 84 in your Superkids workbook, in each box there is one word that does NOT make the /er/ sound. Please circle the two words with the /er/ sound and underline the letters that make that sound. For example, in #1 “card” has “ar.” But….. the “ar” makes the /ar/ sound, not /er/ sound so we would not circle it. Upload a photo.

ELA- Reading-This week we read a fictional story about a house that was on fire. Today, we are going to read an informational text about other things in nature that are even hotter than fire. Please read on the Superkids app “Hot Stuff.” When you are done, please complete the comprehension page, in which you have to rate the pictures from 1 to 6- 1 being the least hottest and 6 being hottest. The directions say you have to cut them out but do not worry. Just write the numbers in the box. Feel free to submit this electronically or print it out and upload a photo.

ELA- Spelling- Please write the words 3x each as practice for your spelling test. Upload a photo of it. Study for tomorrow’s test.

Math- Lesson 15-5- Today we are going to use logical reasoning to solve problems. Follow along with me as we complete P. 582-583. Please complete P.584 on your own. Upload photos of P.582-584.

Religion- Seven Sacraments- Attached you will find additional posters of the next 2 sacraments. Please read them and color them in. Upload photos.

Science-.Types of Clouds-Today, we are going to learn about the different types of clouds. Please watch the attached video to learn about the different types of clouds. Also, please look at the attached photos and description of each cloud. Complete the sorting worksheet and upload a photo of it. ** This will be counted as a quiz grade.**

 

Fri. 5/15

 ELA- Phonics- Please read the clues on P.85 to complete the crossword puzzle. Pick the word on the top (which all have the /er/ sound) that best matches the clue and fill it in starting at the matching number/color. Upload a photo.

ELA- Reading-Please select a book on Epic that you would like to read and read it aloud to someone in your family. Practice reading with expression and pausing at ending marks or commas. You do not have to submit anything. **There will be a Superkids Reading Assessment on Monday.**

ELA- Spelling- Listen to the attached audio. On a piece of paper ripped out from your notebook, please number it 1-10. As you listen to the audio, try your best to spell the words correctly without receiving any assistance from your parents or looking at the words elsewhere, just like we do in school. Good luck!

Math- Lesson 15-5 cont.-Yesterday, we used logical reasoning to solve problems using a chart. Please continue to practice today. Complete P. 585-586 and upload photos.

Religion- Seven Sacraments- Attached you will find posters of the final 2 sacraments. Please read them and color them in. Upload photos.

 

 

 

Test Schedule

Tues. 5/5- Ch. 16 Math Test

Wed. 5/6- Ch. 15 Religion Test

Thurs. 5/7- Unit 12 Reading Test

Fri. 5/8- Spelling Test

Mon. 5/4

ELA- Phonics- Last week we learned the sound “aw” makes. This week, we are going to learn the sound “ar” and “or” makes. Please follow along with me in the video and complete P. 68 and 69 in your SuperKids workbook. Upload photos of both pages.

ELA- Reading- In the Superkids Reader or on the app, please read “Party Planning.” Please try reading it silently to yourself and then aloud to someone in your family so that you can practice reading with expression and pausing each time you see an ending mark. In your reading journal, please write the title of the story and respond to the following question in a complete sentence. What did Tic decide would be a fun party? Upload a photo of your work.

ELA- Spelling- Please write each spelling word once and draw a picture next to each word. Upload a photo.

Math- Ch. 16 Review-Please follow along to complete P.621/P.622 with me as we review for our Ch.15 Math Test. Please complete the rest of the problems on your own and upload photos of both pages.

Religion- Ch. 15 Review- Please complete P. 182 in your religion workbook as a way to review for this week’s test. Upload a photo of it.

S.S- Continents- In our S.S. Unit so far on Geography, we are familiar with different landforms, manmade structures, bodies of water. We can use these features to also create our own map using a compass rose and a map key! Today, we are going to learn about continents and be able to identify them on a map! Follow along with me as I read the text aloud to you. You can also read it on your own if you wish and it is attached here. Please complete the attached worksheet by labeling and coloring in the continents. Upload a photo of it.

Tues. 5/5

ELA- Phonics/ Memory Words- Please practice decode and encoding words with “or” and “ar” on P. 70 in your Superkids Workbook. Write the correct word on the line. On P.71, you will see our new memory words for the week. Tic is talking to Cass and Lily about having a slumber party. Please read what the Superkids say inside the speech bubble. Everytime you see a pink memory word, stop and spell it out. Also, please write the memory words on flash cards. Please upload photos of P. 70 and your flash cards.

ELA- Reading- In your reader or on the SuperKids app, please read independently “Slumber Party.” When you are done, please complete P. 73 in your Superkids Workbook to check your understanding of the story. Upload a photo of P.73.

ELA- Spelling- Please write each spelling word in ABC backwards from “Z-A!” Upload  a photo.

Math- Ch. 16 Test- Please complete the assessment for Ch. 16. Please complete it carefully and after you do each problem, as I always say, do it again to check your work! I am looking to see numbers circled, key words underlined, and show me any math that you may have done! Read the directions carefully so you know if you are writing the value or counting on! Do not fall for the trap! Do your best and I know you will do amazing! Upload photos of the test when you are done (those printing it out there are 4 screenshots). ** For those without a printer, I have uploaded an electronic version for you to fill in your answers (click on Google Slides file- there are 4 pages). Please have the students do their work on paper at home and upload photos of their work so I can still see their thinking.

Religion- Study- Please study the attached study sheet for tomorrow’s Religion test on Ch. 15.

S.S.-Continents cont.- Feel free to re-read the text from yesterday on Continents or watch yesterday’s video. I also attached an additional video and feel free to watch that one as well. To help us have more practice with identifying the continents, please complete P. 7 in your workbook, which I also attached here. You need to print out the attached cut out pieces to paste into the correct place on the map (There are two copies due to scaling issues but you only need one). If you do not have a printer, please just write the names of the continents inside the map. Upload a photo of it.

Wed. 5/6

ELA- Phonics-Please complete P. 72 by completing the missing words by filling in “ar” or “or.” After you fill in the missing letters for the word, read each question to make sure it makes sense. Upload a photo.

ELA- Reading- In your reader or on the SuperKids app, please read to someone in your family “Slumber Party.” When you are done, please complete P. 74 in your Superkids Workbook to check your understanding of the characters in the story. Upload a photo of P.74.

ELA- Spelling- As you spell each word aloud, do a jumping jack for every letter. For example, you would say “c-a-r, car” and that would be 4 jumping jacks. Continue this for every word. Feel free to e-mail me a video of you doing it if you wish. There is nothing to turn in.

Math- Lesson 15-1- Follow along with me as we begin our new unit on Time and focus today on how to tell and write time to the hour. Please continue doing P.565/566 on your own. Upload photos of ALL pages- P. 562, 563, 564, 565

Religion- Ch. 15 Test- Please complete the attached Religion Test as best as you can! Good luck!

S.S- Label the Continents- Please watch the attached video and sing along with Jack Hartman. When you are done, drag and drop the labels on the Google Slides to label the Continents. You do not have to print anything out.

 

Thurs. 5/7

ELA- Unit 12 Reading Test-Please log onto the Superkids App and complete the Unit Test for Unit 12.

ELA- Spelling-Please write the words 3x each as practice for your spelling test. Upload a photo of it. Study for tomorrow’s test.

Math- Lesson 15-2- Follow along with me as we now tell and write time to the half hour. Please complete P. 569/570 on your own.- Upload photos of ALL pages- P. 567, 568, 569, 570

Religion- Ch. 16 Day 1– Like we do, Jesus celebrated special times. Please read P. 184/185 in your workbook to learn about who Jesus celebrated with and what he celebrated. When you are done, please respond to the following questions either here on Google classroom by opening the Google Doc or on a piece of paper and upload a photo of it. As we are getting closer to moving on to second grade, please be sure you are answering in complete sentences:

  1. What are some special times Jesus celebrated?
  2. How did Jesus worship God with others?

S.S- Continent Reading-Please log onto Epic and read “Counting Continents.” Here on Google Classroom by opening the Google Doc or on a piece of paper, please write one fact you learned from the text. Upload a photo or submit it electronically

Fri. 5/8

ELA- Reading- Please read the assigned library book on the SuperKids app and complete the attached worksheet. This book is on your child’s reading level and he/she should be able to read it with very little assistance.

ELA- Spelling- Listen to the attached audio. On a piece of paper ripped out from your notebook, please number it 1-10. As you listen to the audio, try your best to spell the words correctly without receiving any assistance from your parents or looking at the words elsewhere, just like we do in school. Good luck!

Math-Google Slides Interactive-Please drag and drop the times that match the clock. This is practice for our quiz on Monday on telling time to the hour and half hour. **There will be a Ch.15 Quiz on Monday- P. 571/572.**There will be a Ch.15 Quiz on Monday- P. 571/572.

Religion- Ch.16 Day 2- Just like Jesus celebrated God’s love, we also gather with our parish family to celebrate God’s love. Please read P. 186-187 in your workbook. Color in the special words we pray on P.186 and draw yourself worshipping God with your parish in the box on P.187. Be sure to either LABEL or WRITE a complete sentence under your drawing. Upload photos of P. 186/187.

Mon. 4/27

ELA-Phonics-Last week, we focused on the sound “all” made. This week we are going to learn about the sound that “aw” makes. As you watch the video, please follow along with me in your Superkids Workbook on P.60/61. Upload a photo of P.61 completed.

ELA- Spelling-Please write your spelling words #1-10 3x each neatly. The words are listed below or you can find them on P.61 in your Superkids Workbooks.

            – law, saw, dawn, lawn, crawl, come, coming, they, our, put

ELA- Reading- In your SuperKids reader, or on the app, please read our Superkids short for the week titled “Up at Dawn.” Read it quietly to yourself and identify the words that have the “aw” sound. Then read it aloud to someone to practice reading it with expression and taking a slight pause each time you see a period. Please answer the following two questions here on Google Classroom:

  1. Why did Tic and Cass get up at dawn?
  2. Why did Golly leap up?

Math- Quiz- Please complete the Math Quiz on P.609-610 in your workbook. Feel free to write the values or count on under each coin if the question asks you to so you can find the total value carefully. ***Note, for #7/8 the directions do not say to count on. It asks you to find the total value so you are writing the values of the coins on the lines. For example, 10c + 10c+ 1c , NOT 10c+20c+21c. You will lose point if you count on since that is not what the directions ask. *** Good luck and please upload photos of the two pages!

Science-Review-Before spring break, we began our weather unit and learned about different types of weather and meteorologists. Before we continue, let’s take today as a minute to refresh our memories. Feel free to refer back to your dictionaries we began making and the worksheets your previously completed. Here on Google Classroom please answer the two questions:

  1. What are some different types of weather?
  2. What are some thing a meteorologist does?

Religion- Ch. 15 Day 1-Catholics belong to a parish. As you read in your Workbook on P.172-173, you will learn that a parish is a group of Catholic who join together and share God’s love. They are like a big family! Please answer the two questions here on Google Classroom:

  1. What parish does your family belong to?
  2. What things do you like to do with your parish?

 

Tues. 4/28

ELA- Phonics- Please complete P.62/63, in which you have to practice decoding/encoding words with “aw” and our memory words. Please upload photos of both pages.

ELA- Reading– In the SuperKids reader or on the app, please read “Tex McGraw’s Visit.” Please read it quietly to yourself. While you are reading, be sure to not only read the text but also to look at the illustrations. In the story, there are a lot of cause and effect relationships. Remember, sometimes things cause other things to happen like we have previously learned. (Feel free to watch the attached video to refresh your memory on cause/effect). Complete the attached worksheet by drawing an arrow from each cause to its effect. Upload a photo of the worksheet or complete the electronic copy. – Prac. P. 49

ELA- Spelling- Please write words #1-10 in ABC Order. Upload a photo of it.

Math- Lesson 16-5-Please watch the attached video and complete the workbook pages with me on being able to count coins up to $1 or 100 cents. Please complete the rest of P.612, 613, 614 and upload photos of them.

Science- Meteorologist Tools- We know a Meteorologist studies and predicts the weather. In order to do so, there are different tools that they must use. Please read the attached reference worksheet and look at the images of the various tools. Using that reference sheet, please complete the worksheet by cutting out the images and gluing them next to the correct sentence. (There are two copies of the images because if I cropped it, it would print off scale.) Please upload a photo of the completed worksheet. Feel free to also watched the attached video until 3:40 that explains each tool as well.

Religion- Ch. 15 Day 2- Yesterday, we learned that a parish is like a family. Today, we are going to learn that the parish joins together to celebrate God’s love. Please read P. 174-175 in your Religion Workbook. After reading, refer back to the text to answer these two questions on Google Classroom:

  1. What do we do when we worship God?
  2. Why is our parish church a holy place?

Wed. 4/29

 ELA- Syllables-Last week we learned how to determine the number of syllables in a word. Remember, the number of vowel sounds you hear in a word is the number of syllables the word has. That does not mean to count how many vowels are in the word! For example, in “teach” there are 2 vowels. It does not have two syllables because it only has ONE vowel sound. “Ea” makes the long “e” sound and the “a” is quiet. We can also use our hands to clap as we say the words to count syllables. Feel free to refer back to last week’s video of me to refresh your memory on syllables or clap along with this video! Please complete P. 64 in your SuperKids workbook by writing the number of syllables in the word and drawing a line to the correct picture.

ELA- Reading– In the SuperKids reader or on the app, please read “Tex McGraw’s Visit.” Today, please read it aloud to someone in your house to practice reading it with expression and pausing at the end of each sentence. When you are done, please complete P.65 in your Superkids workbook. Upload a photo of it.

Math- Lesson 16-6 – Please watch the attached video and complete the workbook pages with me on being able to count backwards using a bar model starting on P.616. Please complete the rest of P.617 and P.618 and upload photos of them. I am looking for your equations and numbers circled and key words underlined.

Religion- Ch. 15 Day 3– We are going to continue learning about the parish today. Specifically, we are going to focus on the people who work together as a parish. Please read in your workbook P. 176-177 and respond to the questions here on Google Classroom:

  1. Who is the pastor of your parish?
  2. What do other members of the parish do?

Science- Seasons- Today, we are going to learn about Seasons. Please view the attached sheet to learn what Seasons are.  Also, watched the attached video to better learn about the seasons and sing along! Please complete the Seasons dictionary page by drawing an illustration in the box and attach it to your Weather Dictionary. (There are two copies but you only need to complete one). Also, please color in the attached worksheet on the 4 seasons. Upload photos of the dictionary page and the coloring sheet. **Study for science quiz tomorrow.**

Thurs. 4/30

ELA- Antonyms- Today we are going to refresh our memory on synonyms and antonyms. Remember the trick, synonyms starts with “s” and so does same so synonym means same. Antonym means opposite. What would be the antonym for cold? Oh! Hot because hot is the opposite of cold. Feel free to watch the attached video again to refresh your memory and get moving . Please complete P.66 in your SuperKids workbook and upload a photo of it.

ELA- Reading- Remember in “Tex McGraw’s Visit,” Tex held the Grand Land Contest. The Superkids cleaned up their land so they could win. They realized it’s important to take care of their land. Americans have areas of land called national parks that belong to all of us! Today, we are going to read an informational- text titled “America’s Parks” to learn about different parks in America. When you are done, please complete the attached worksheet by referring back to the text.

ELA- Spelling- Please select any 5 words from this week’s list and write 5 sentences. **Study for spelling test tomorrow. **

Math- Lesson 16-6 cont.- Referring back to yesterday’s video if needed, please continue working on Lesson 16-6 on working backwards. Remember to underline your key words, circle your numbers, and line up your tens and ones when adding. Please complete P. 619-620 and upload photos of it.

Science- Quiz- Please complete the Quiz through Google Forms. Remember to always try your best! Good luck!

Religion- Ch. 15 Day 4- Remember, there are many people in our parish who all work together and we are lead by our pastor. Please read P. 178-179 in your workbook to learn about ways our parish helps people. Please respond to the two questions on Google Classroom by looking back in the text

  1. How can we help one another in our parish?
  2. Who else does our parish help?

 

Monday 4/20

ELA- Phonics- Today, we are beginning our new unit of Superkids. We are going to learn that “all” makes the /ol/ sound, like in ball. In your Superkids Workbook, please read the sentences on P. 52 and underline “all” in any of the words that have that sounds. On P. 53, please fill in the missing words for each sentence that shows what is happening in the picture. Also, you will see the spelling list on P.53 so please read each word that has “all” either in the beginning, middle, or end. Upload photos of P. 52 and P.53.

ELA-Reading- On the Superkid Online Fun or in your reader, please read “Golly is on the Ball.” At this point the students should be able to read the story with very little assistance. While you are reading it, be a detective and notice all of the words that have “all” in them. When you are done, respond to these questions in complete sentences: How did Golly try to help the SuperKids? What happened after he helped them?

ELA- Spelling-Using the spelling words listed below or on P.53, please write the words #1-10 3x each in your spelling notebook and upload a photo of them. Please write them beginning with lowercase letters

  • call, mall, small, stall, wall, baseball, basketball, hallway, fallen, taller

Math- Introduction to Coins- This week we are going to begin a new chapter that is going to teach us all about coins and the values of coins. Today, we are just going to be introduced to the different coins to become familiar with their value. Please watch the attached video and complete the following attached worksheets. Please upload photos of them

S.S- Review– Before we went on break, we began our study on Geography. We learned about the different tools we can use to learn about our Earth, like maps, and began looking at different landforms and manmade structures. Remember, landforms are natural features found in the Earth that are not built by us, like mountains. Manmade structures are built or created by people, like roads. Today, we are going to refresh our memory and identify different landforms and manmade structures on a map by using the map key. Please look at the attached photo of a map. Please make a list of the landforms and then one of the manmade structures that you see on the map or map key. Feel free to type your lists write in here like you did for ELA.

Religion- Ch.12 Day 3- So far in this chapter, we learned that before Jesus died, he asked the apostles to lead and care for the church. He chose Peter to be the leader of the Apostles and helped the Church to grow. The apostles then chose other men to be the leader of the Church and to continue their work. They were known as bishops. Bishops lead and care for the Church today and are leaders of their diocese. When we read today, we are going to learn about a very important bishop who leads and cares for the whole church. This person is called the pope and he does many different things to care for the whole church. Please read P.148- 149  in your workbook to learn about the role of the pope. Please also research our pope on the Internet with your parents. Respond to the following questions:

  • What are some ways the pope leads and cares for the Church?
  • Who is our pope today?

Tues. 4/21

ELA- Phonics/Memory Words– Please complete SuperKids Workbook P. 54, in which you have to pick the correct with the “all” sound and complete the sentence. On SuperKids P.55, you will see our new memory words: come, coming, they, our, put. On this page you will see a poster that the SuperKids see when they went to the shopping mall to get that new basketball. Read the sign that they see and stop at every pink memory word to practice spelling it aloud. If you access SuperKids Online fun on the computer, you will access the parent portal and be able to hear the audio that goes along with this page. Please write each memory word on an index card or pieces of paper to practice them throughout the week. Upload photos of P. 54 and your memory word flash cards.

ELA- Reading- Please read “Play Ball!” in your reader or on the SuperKids app quietly to yourself. Try your hardest to read the story by using your memory words that you know and sounding out the words the best you can. I know you can do it! When you are done, please complete SuperKids P. 58. Remember good readers always go back to the story to look for the answers incase they forget and do not just guess. Looking back in the story can also help you spell the words you may be looking for to write in your answer. Please upload a photo of P. 58

ELA- Spelling-  Please write words #1-10 in ABC order in your spelling notebook.

Math- Lesson 16-1– Today we are beginning a new chapter on the topic of money! By the end of the chapter we should be able to answer: How can you compare and find values of coins up to one dollar? Today, we are going to look at two types of coins. pennies and nickels, and learn their values and compare them to one another. While you are completing the workbook pages, if you have, please use pennies and nickels to help you. Please complete P. 594-596 and upload photos of them.

S.S.- Bodies of Water- Today we are going to learn about different bodies of water, just like we learned about different manmade structures and different landforms. In the attached file, please read the book titled “Bodies of Water.” Feel free to also listen to the recording I attached. When you are done, please complete P.5 in your Geography workbook. Refer back to the text incase you forget. Upload a photo of the workbook page. Reminder, all workbook pages get scored as a grade into Option C.

Religion- Ch. 12 Day 4– We have learned so far that the Apostles, Bishops, and Pope all lead and care for the Church. Today, we are going to explore the ways that the Church serves others. Please read P.150 in your workbook. Looking at the photos on P.151 of people serving others, please respond to the following question: How are all of these people in these photos doing what Jesus did?

**Compound Word Test tomorrow. Feel free to complete the optional review sheet that is just like your test tomorrow.**

Wednesday 4/22

ELA- Syllables- Today we are going to learn about a new strategy to help us be better readers. Breaking words apart into syllables, or parts of a word, can help us better read longer words. Please watch the attached videos to help you better understand syllables. Remember the important rule, the number of vowel sounds you hear in a word helps you know how many syllables the word has. Using your hands and clapping can help you count syllables. In your Superkids Workbook, please practice clapping out syllables to the words on P.56. Please complete P.57 by writing the number of syllables you hear in each word in the box. Upload a photo of P.57.

ELA- Reading- Please re-read “Play Ball!” This time I want you to read it aloud to someone who may be around and I want you to practice raising you voice if you see an exclamation or a question mark like we learned. Remember exclamation marks remind us to sound excited and say it with strong emotion. When we ask questions, we sometimes raise our voice at the end and make that silly face. When you are done reading it aloud, please retell the story by sequencing it on P.59 in your SuperKids Workbook. Please write the numbers in the box to put the sentences in the correct order.

ELA- Compound Word Assessment- Please complete the compound word assessment. Feel free to print it out and upload a photo or just edit the document right on your electronic device. Good luck!

Math- Lesson 16-2- Yesterday we practiced counting the number of pennies and nickels. Today we are going to practice counting dimes and quarters. Please feel free to refer back to the video I recorded yesterday to refresh the students’ memory of the values of the coins and what they look like. If possible, allowing them to use real coins when doing this can help them as well. Remember, quarters are the largest of the 4 coins and are worth 25 cents. Dimes are the smallest of the 4 coins and are worth 10 cents. Keep practicing counting by 25s in order to count quarters: 25, 50, 75, 100. We are experts at counting by 10s. For example, if I ask you what is 10 more than 35, we know that there are 3 tens in 35 and 1 ten more would be 4 tens and we aren’t changing the ones (0 ones in 10) so it would still be 5 ones, making the number 45. Please complete P. 597, 598, 600 and upload photos of them.

Religion- Study the study notes for tomorrow’s test.

S.S- Let’s Make a Map- Today, we are going to begin making a map of our own imaginary town using the different landforms, manmade structures, and bodies of water that we learned about. First, please listen to my recording or read the book titled “Let’s Make A Map.” Then complete the attached worksheet. Create a name of your imaginary town. Then, circle TWO manmade structures you want on your map, one being the road. Circle TWO landforms you wish to include and TWO bodies of water you wish to include on your map. Then, using the symbols you just circled, create your map key. Color your symbols in with crayon using realistic colors. For example, if you choose ocean you are not going to color in purple. You are going to color the symbol in blue. Upload a photo of this sheet. **Do not discard of it because we are going to use it later in the week to begin making our map. This sheet and the map created will count as a quiz grade on Option C.**

Thursday 4/23

ELA- Reading- Please read the assigned library book on the SuperKids app and complete the attached worksheet. This book is on your child’s reading level and he/she should be able to read it with very little assistance.

ELA- Spelling-Please choose 5 of this week’s spelling words and write them each in a complete sentence. Upload a photo of them. **Tomorrow there is a spelling test.**

Religion- Ch. 12 Test- Please complete the test on Google Forms by trying your best all by yourself. You can do it! Good luck!

Math- Lesson 16-3– So far, we can have counted pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Today, we are going to find the values of dimes and pennies mixed together by counting on. For example, if I have 2 dimes and a penny, underneath the first dime I would write 10 cents, then underneath the next time I would wirte 20 cents, then underneath the penny I would write 21 cents. We are continuing to count on under each coin, not just write its value like we have been for the past two days. If you look on top of P.601 you will see two examples showing that with Tyler and Andy. Please watch the attached video that demonstrates counting on when counting pennies and dimes. Then complete Workbook P. 601,602,604. Upload photos of them.

S.S- Map Workbook Page– Due today, please complete the attached workbook page. Remember, all of these workbook pages get averaged together and entered into Option C.

-On the page, circle the manmade structures you see on the map and complete the Quick Checks. Upload a photo.

S.S- Make a Map- due Mon. 4/27 We began choosing what manmade structures, landforms, and bodies of water we wanted to use in our imaginary town. Today and for the next few days, you are going to begin making your own map of your imaginary town. Here are a few guidelines to follow when making your map that is due on Monday, April 27th:

– be sure to label it with your town name on the sign and draw your compass rose in the circle.

– be sure to include all of the manmade structures, landforms, and bodies of water you included on your map key. You can include multiple of each, but you must have at least one of each.

-be sure your drawings on your map match the symbols you drew on the map key. For example, you should not have drawn on your map key a river that is light blue and narrow and then on your map draw the river dark blue and wide.

– I find it easiest to start by drawing the roads first and then fill in the rest of the structures.

– Please complete it as neatly as possible because remember, someone wants to follow this map to learn about your imaginary town.

– This will be counting as a quiz grade.

***Upload a photo of your completed map and the map key.*******

Fri. 4/24

 ELA- Reading-  Log onto Epic and read the assigned text “X Marks the Spot.” Please read it in its entirety, slowly and carefully.

ELA- Spelling- Listen to the attached audio. On a piece of paper ripped out from your notebook, please number it 1-10. As you listen to the audio, try your best to spell the words correctly without receiving any assistance from your parents or looking at the words elsewhere, just like we do in school. Good luck

Math- Lesson 16-4Yesterday, we began counting on with dimes and pennies. Today we are going to do the same thing, except with dimes and nickels. Remember when you count on, you are not writing the value under each coin but continuing to count. See example 1 on P.605 for assistance and watch the attached video on counting on to count coins. Please complete P. 606,607, 609 and upload photos of them. **There will be a math quiz on Monday- P. 609-610.**

S.S- Make a Map- due Mon. 4/27 We began choosing what manmade structures, landforms, and bodies of water we wanted to use in our imaginary town. Today and for the next few days, you are going to begin making your own map of your imaginary town. Here are a few guidelines to follow when making your map that is due on Monday, April 27th:

– be sure to label it with your town name on the sign and draw your compass rose in the circle.

– be sure to include all of the manmade structures, landforms, and bodies of water you included on your map key. You can include multiple of each, but you must have at least one of each.

-be sure your drawings on your map match the symbols you drew on the map key. For example, you should not have drawn on your map key a river that is light blue and narrow and then on your map draw the river dark blue and wide.

– I find it easiest to start by drawing the roads first and then fill in the rest of the structures.

– Please complete it as neatly as possible because remember, someone wants to follow this map to learn about your imaginary town.

– This will be counting as a quiz grade.

***Upload a photo of your completed map and the map key.*******

 

Handwriting-Letter “C/c”- Please complete the attached worksheet carefully and neatly. Upload a photo.

Test Schedule:

Mon 4/27- Ch.16 Math Quiz

Thurs. 4/30- Science Quiz on Weather, Meteorologist’s Tools, Seasons

Fri.- 5/1- Spelling Test

Monday 4/6

ELA-Readworks: Windy Weather. I have imported our Google Classroom to readworks so you can access it straight from our Google Classroom. Therefore, it is now a new account for you that is connected to your Google Classroom. If it asks for our new classroom code, it is VSWVHX.

ELA- Writing- We are going to begin a writing piece titled “How to Catch the Easter Bunny.” Our first step today is brainstorming. Attached you will find a graphic organizer to help you start to organize your thoughts and ideas. Remember when we sequence, we always use our sequencing words like first, next, then, and finally. Please complete the attached organizer and upload a photo of it.

Math- Lesson 10-4- Remember picture graphs can be used to show how many tally marks are in a tally chart by using a simple picture! As you are making your picture graphs, try to make sure your symbol that you draw matches the one in the book as close as possible. Also, if it is labeled as a color, be sure to color in your picture so it matches the one in the book.

  • Please log on to Epic and read the book titled “Pictographs.” Remember, it tells me how long you read and if you completed it. The last assignment for science only 8 of us completed reading the book. I will begin to deduct points if we are not fully completing the assignments.
  • Please complete P.391-394 and upload photos of it.

S.S.- So far in our Geography unit, we learned about all of the different tools we can use to study geography and we began looking at maps. Today, we are going to look at different manmade structures and be able to give some examples of them.

            1) In the attached materials under S.S. on Google Classroom, please click on the Geography books and read the book titled “Built by Us.”

          2) After reading the book, take a look at the attached photos of the different manmade structures in the Google Docs files. Next to each image, please label each manmade structure with its name and a short description that you learned in your reading. You can edit the document by double clicking on the text box and adding text to it and submit it electronically. You also can print it out and have the students handwrite it in. Whichever you prefer is fine with me.

         3) In your S.S. workbook that was in the students’ take home folder, please complete P. 3 for Lesson 3- Man Made Structures. I will be grading each workbook page for accuracy/completeness and entering it as a grade on Option C.

        4) Please upload photos of the manmade structures worksheets (if you did it electronically, just attach the completed documents), and of the workbook page.

Religion- Ch. 12 Day 1- Before we begin our new chapter, let’s remember that the Church began on the special day of Pentecost, which was when the Holy Spirit came to Jesus’ followers. The Holy Spirit helped the Church grow and helps us live as Jesus taught us.

  • Please read P.144-145 in your religion workbook.
  • Please also watch the attached video
  • Respond to the question here on Google Classroom: You learned in the video that Peter’s name was Simon. From the video and the scripture reading on P. 144, you learned that Jesus renamed Simon Peter because it means rock and chose him to be the leader of all of the Apostles. Think about a rock and a leader. Why do you think Jesus renamed Simon Peter, which means rock

****Tomorrow there will be a reading test on Unit 11. Please review the memory words learned thus far.

Tuesday 4/7

ELA- Reading Assessment-Please log onto the SuperKids app and complete the Unit 11 reading assessment.

ELA- Writing- Using the feedback I have given you in the comments of yesterday’s work, begin to publish the beginning the steps that you wrote for how to catch the Easter bunny. Please note this writing project will be scored as a test and put into Option C. Today will only consist of writing the first two steps, not illustrating and coloring.

  • Please write neatly and do not forget to begin your sentences with your sequencing words like “First, _____.”  and then “Next, _____________.”
  • After you have written your sentences, be sure to re-read them to make sure that they make sense and that you did not forget a word, an uppercase letter, or an ending mark. You do not need to illustrate your page yet and color yet. You are going to do that over the break.
  • Also, be sure to write your first and last name on the title page. Again you do not need to color it in yet.
  • Please upload a photo of the cover and the next two steps. (Do not put it together yet incase I have corrections for the students to make. You will be putting it altogether over the break once all the writing is done and has been checked. )

**** Please note that there are two copies on the page with the first step. If I were to crop It, it would have printed out off scale so I left it alone. You are only required to write on one of the slips. At the end, it is going to look like the image attached. *****

Math- Lesson 10-5. With this lesson, you are going to look at the model of the cubes and the tally charts that are given to answer questions. Please complete P. 396- 399 and upload photos of it. As you are answering the questions, do not forget!

  • “How many more” tells us to subtract
  • “how many in all” tells us to add.
  • If it tells you there are 20 in all, we know that is the whole.
  • “Fewest” means we are looking for the smallest number
  • “Most” means we are looking for the biggest number.
  • “Equal number” means they are the same

Religion- Ch.12 Day 2- When we read today, we are going to learn that after Jesus chose the apostles to lead the church. The apostles then had to pick other men to lead the church. These men are known as bishops and they lead the people of the diocese, which is made up of many members of our church. Please read P.146-147 in your workbook to learn about the role of Bishops. With your parents, research our bishop on the internet. Who is our bishop of our Brooklyn diocese? Write one fact in a complete sentence that you learned about our bishop.

S.S.- Landforms- Yesterday we learned about manmade structures, which are created by us. Today, we are going to learn about landforms and be able to give different example of landforms.

1) In the attached materials under S.S. on Google Classroom, please click on the Geography books and read the book titled “Landforms.” I have also attached the file here if you cannot find it.

2) In your S.S. workbook that was in the students’ take home folder, please complete P. 4 for Lesson 4- Landforms. I will be grading each workbook page for accuracy/completeness and entering it as a grade on Option C. I also attached it here if you cannot find it. You may refer to the anchor chart uploading in the materials section as well under this assignment.

4) Please upload a photo of the completed workbook page.

 

Wednesday 4/7

ELA- Writing- Using the feedback I have given you in the comments of Monday’s work, begin to publish the final two steps that you wrote for how to catch the Easter bunny. Please note this writing project will be scored as a test and put into Option C. Today will only consist of writing the first two steps, not illustrating and coloring.

  • Please write neatly and do not forget to begin your sentences with your sequencing words like “Then, _____.”  and then “Last, _____________.”
  • After you have written your sentences, be sure to re-read them to make sure that they make sense and that you did not forget a word, an uppercase letter, or an ending mark. You do not need to illustrate your page yet and color yet. You are going to do that over the break.
  • Please upload a photo of the final two steps. (Do not put it together yet incase I have corrections for the students to make. You will be putting it altogether over the break once all the writing is done and has been checked. )

ELA- Reading-Please listen to the following read aloud for “How to Catch the Easter Bunny.” In complete sentences please respond to the following prompt in your reading journal.

  • Be sure to begin with the date.
  • As always, write the title and the author.
  • Please complete the sentence starters in your notebook: One trap that did not work to catch the Easter Bunny is _____________ because _________.
  • Illustrate your sentence.

Math-Ch.10 Review- Over the break you will be assigned a math assessment on Ch.10. Please complete P. 401-402 to review and upload photos of the completed pages.

S.S.- Manmade Structures vs. Landforms- Attached you will find a Google Slides attachment of a t- chart I created with some images of manmade structures and landforms at the bottom. Please drag the pictures to the correct side of the t-chart depending if it is an image of a manmade structure or a landform. You do not need to print anything out. A copy was made for each child so all you have to do is move the pictures to the correct side, just like the compound word interactive Google Slide.

Religion- Please log on with your parents to Facebook and participate in joining our GSCA Family in our school mass at 10AM. Mr. O’Brien asked if you can also wear your GSCA sweatshirts or t-shirts as a way to show your spirit for our school. Feel free to upload the pictures and tag our school on social media or e-mail them over so the school can post them.

Easter Break Work:

First, I want to thank you all for working so super hard for the past month. I know this has been a challenge for us, as well as your parents, but I just want you to know that you continued to make me proud each day. I miss each of you so much and I cannot wait to see you soon! I hope you can all join us for our Google Meets that I am scheduling for Wed. 4/15 at 10 AM to share how we spent Easter and if we caught the Easter Bunny! (: Most importantly, I want to wish you and your families a very Happy and Blessed Easter. Be sure to stay safe with your families and stay healthy! Get some fresh air and enjoy time spent with your family doing things that you love !

-Just a quick note. I organized the assignments into two topics. One topic is Mandatory Assignments and the other are the Optional Assignments, rather than by ELA, Math, S.S, etc. Also, just a heads up when we return from break I am going to start organizing the assignments by day, rather than subject, like Mon. 4/20, Tues. 4/21, rather than ELA, Math, S.S. I’m hoping that may make it a little easier to find assignments.

Mandatory Break Assignments:
ELA- Compound Words- Log onto Epic and read “Cupcakes for My Birthday.”
1) While you are reading write down a list of the compound words you found.
2) Complete the worksheet in which you have to sort which words are compound words and which are not.
3) Upload a photo of the worksheet and the list of words you found while reading the story.

ELA- Writing– After reading my private comments and input about your writing, please go ahead and now finish your “How To” book.
1) Please draw an illustration that accompanies each page.
2) Please color in your book
3) Please attach the book so it looks like the attached flip book.
4) Attach the accompanying pieces to your book and color them in. Refer to the image as model.
5) Read your book to your family and be sure to try your plan and let me know if it works! I am so excited to hear about it!

Math- Please complete the Ch.10 Assessment. Best of luck to you! You are so smart and I know you can do it! Make sure to circle your numbers and underline your key words! Please upload photos of the completed assessment.

ELA- Reading- Please try your best to read for 20 minutes nightly. Feel free to read books on Epic or Superkids Online Fun!

Optional Activities (click on each for more instruction): Time Capsule Booklet, Compound Word Matching, Handwriting, Interactive Sight Word Work. Feel free to also log on to Epic, SuperKids, and Mathletics to read or play games!

Test Schedule:
Wed. 4/22- Compound Word Test
Thurs. 4/23- Ch. 12 Religion Test ** Notes will be posted on Mon. 4/13**
Fri. 4/24- Spelling Test

Monday- 3/30:

ELA- Long Vowel Trickers– Workbook P. 43/44. We have learned many rules about short/long vowel sounds. However, there are some words that just do not follow those rules. Sometimes if a word has one vowel and it is a longer word, that vowel can make the long vowel sound. Please watch the attached video to review short/long vowel sounds. For P.43, please help students decode the words and trace the long vowel line above the vowel. For P.44, please fill in the missing long vowel trickers that makes sense. Also, read the spelling list with the students.

ELA- ReadingAfter reading the Superkid Short “You and Me and the Superkids” on the iPad or reader, answer the discussion question on Google Classroom.

Math– Ch.5 Math Test. Please print out the test and complete it carefully. As always, take the test by yourself without any assistance. Parents, you may read the test to your child. If you do not have a printer, please have the child number pieces of notebook paper or loose-leaf and record their answers down neatly. Please have all work be shown. Upload photos of the test.

Religion Read the bible story about Good Friday. Complete the worksheet by pasting the sentences in the correct order under the picture. Take a photo and upload it. Also, please watch the attached video up until 15 minutes and 49 seconds.

HandwritingPlease print out the sheet, complete it, and upload a photo. If you do not have a printer, please write it on a piece of paper in your notebook neatly. Remember, handwriting is to be done carefully so that we can practice making our letters properly and neatly. Refer to the handwriting chart posted to practice forming the letters correctly.

Spelling- Please write the following spelling words 3x each in your spelling notebook using the lines correctly. Upload a picture when completed.

  1. Paper
  2. Even
  3. Silent
  4. Open
  5. Super
  6. Their
  7. Now
  8. Always
  9. Because
  10. Been

**There will be a Unit 10 Reading Test given tomorrow on the iPad. For the most part, everyone was able to access the assessment as it pops right up as soon as you log in. After you using the SuperKid app today, please be sure to log out entirely so on Tuesday morning when you log in, it should be there. If it does not, I will give you an alternate. Do not worry.***

Tuesday 3/31

ELA- Reading- Please log onto SuperKids Online fun and complete the Unit 10 assessment. I will receive a score report of your scores for each section. If for some reason after you logged on the assessment did not pop up, I will send you over an alternate assessment. Please be sure to let me know.

ELA- Reading-Using the reader or app, please read “A Super Day at Happy Land.” Please complete SuperKids P.49. When completing this page, read the sentence and write the sentence number next to the ride it describes. Remember, good readers always go back to the story to make sure they are recalling it correctly. Please upload a photo of the workbook page.

ELA- Long Vowel Trickers-Please complete SuperKids Workbook P.45. As we looked at yesterday, sometimes when we are reading longer words we are unsure if the vowel will make a long vowel sound or a short vowel sound. To be smart readers, we will use a strategy called “try short, try long.” As you try to decode the words on this page, first  try the short vowel sound and then if that word doesn’t sound like a word you know then try the long vowel sound. As you complete the page, please put the correct mark above the vowel and draw a line to the correct picture that matches the word. Take a photo and upload it.

Spelling- Please write the spelling words #1-10 in ABC Order in your spelling notebook using the lines correctly. Upload a picture when completed.

Math- We are beginning a new chapter, in which we hope to answer “How can you use tally charts and picture graphs to display data? In this chapter, just like we do in science, we will explore data and organize it into different kinds of charts/graphs so it is easier to read. Please complete Lesson 10-1 (please note we are now back to Volume 2 of our Math Workbook), which is on reading tally charts. We keep a tally of the number of day of school every morning for our Morning Meeting so they should be familiar with this concept already. Also, please draw the students’ attention to the words in the question such as “how many more” and “how many in all.” They should recall how many more tells them to subtract and how many in all tells them to add. Please take photos of P.377-379 and upload them. Attached please also find a video with more practice on making tally marks.

Religion– Read the bible story titled “Jesus is Buried” and “Easter Sunday.” Complete the worksheet by pasting the sentences in the correct order under the picture. Take a photo and upload it. Also, please finish watching the attached video from where we left off yesterday at 15 minutes and 49 seconds. Continue to study for the test on Holy Week on Thursday.

Wednesday 4/1
ELA- Reading- Reread the story “A Super Day at Happy Land.” If you are using your iPad, try not to listen to it this time. Use your decoding and memory words skills to try to read it all on your own! Please complete the attached worksheet by gluing the supporting details under the correct main idea. Please also complete Workbook P. 50, in which you have to write the correct long- vowel tricker on the line to complete the sentences from the story. Upload a photo of both activities please.

ELA- Compound Words– Compound words are when you take two words and put them together to make one word. For example, “base” and “ball.” If I put them together without leaving any finger space, I get baseball. I got a brand new word! Please have the students watch the attached YouTube video, which will introduce them to compound words. Please have the students complete the two worksheets, in which they have to create a compound word and decompose a compound word into its two parts.

Math- Lesson 10-2 Please complete workbook P. 382-384. As you create your tally chart, be sure to cross out each fruit after you use it so you do not forget that you already counted that fruit! Please upload photos of the pages. ***There will be a math quiz on Thursday, as well- P.385-386***

Science– We will begin our unit on weather. Attached you will find a few documents to help the students better learn weather. First, you will see a page that describes what weather is for the students. After reading what weather is to them, please have them watch the attached YouTube video. Next, throughout the unit we will keep our own Weather Dictionary. If possible, please print out the cover page and the first page covering our newly learned word “weather.” Please have the students begin by illustrating a picture in the box for the term “weather.” (There are two copies on one sheet. You only need to make one dictionary) If you do not have a printer, please find paper that you can staple together to make this dictionary for them. After that, you will find an attachment that has a bunch of weather words. There is also an attached worksheet that goes with that page. Students have to pick 8 of those terms that describe the weather and illustrate it and label it on the line. To make it more fun, feel free to cut out the terms and hide them around the house like a scavenger hunt for the children as they find it, they draw it and write it. Please upload a photo of the Weather Dictionary and the weather worksheet completed.

Spelling– Please write sentences with spelling words #1-5. Upload a photo.

Religion– Please study the study sheet for our test on Holy Week tomorrow.

Thursday 4/2

ELA- Reading-On the SuperKid app, please read the informational Super Duper magazine titled “Making Waves.” After you are done, please complete the attached worksheet on recalling facts from the text. Be sure to go back to the text if you forgot the answer.

ELA- Compound Words-Please have the students watch this video to refresh their memory about compound words and have them join in with Jack Hartman by using their hands to create the compound words.  Complete the worksheet in which you have to use the two pictures to create the compound word. Don’t forget when you write a compound word you do not leave any finger spaces since you now created one word!

Math-Ch.10 Math Quiz. Please complete P. 385-386 in your math workbook without any assistance just like we do in school. Please upload photos of them. Good luck!

Religion- Holy Week Test- Click on the Google Forms and take it directly on your device. You do not need to print anything out.

Science- Meteorologist- Today we are going to learn all about meteorologists. Attached you will find an attachment that describes what a meteorologist does. Please log onto Epic and check your mailbox. You will have an audiobook assigned to you titled “Weather: What Does a Meteorologist Do.” Please listen to the audiobook. Next, please watch the attached video to better learn about meteorologist. Then, complete the worksheet by filling in what you learned from the audiobook and video about what meteorologists do. Please upload a photo of the worksheet.

Spelling-Please write sentences with spelling words #6-10. Upload a photo. Study for test on Friday.

***Updated Test Schedule***
Thurs. 4/2- Test on Holy Week, Ch.10 Math Quiz (P. 385-386)
Fri. 4/3- Spelling Test
Tues. 4/7- Unit 11 Reading Test
Wed. 4/8- Ch. 10 Math Test

Friday4/3

ELA- Compound Words-Compound Word Interactive. You do not have to print anything out for this. You will be able to complete it electronically. This will open via Google Slides. For the first page, the students need to drag one word from each box to form a compound word until all the word have been used. For the second and third page, the students have to write the two words that make up that compound word. To do so, you can go to Insert, Textbox, and then draw a textbox on each line so that you can type it in. If you prefer to, you may have the child hand write the answers and upload a photo of it. Whichever is easiest for you works for me.  I also attached a video that is like a game for the students to play on beating the clock to guess the compound word. Have fun!

ELA- Synonyms- Please complete Workbook P. 51, in which students have to read the sentence and pick the synonym for the pink word. We have already gone over synonyms and antonyms and I have taught them a “trick” that synonym starts with a “s” and so does “same” so synonym means the same. Please upload a photo of this page. Attached is a cute video that gets the kids up and dancing when learning synonyms and antonyms.

ELA- Spelling Test. Listen to the attached audio. On a piece of paper ripped out from your notebook, please number it 1-10. As you listen to the audio, try your best to spell the words correctly without receiving any assistance from your parents or looking at the words elsewhere, just like we do in school. Good luck!

Math- Lesson 10-3 Picture graphs can be used to show many tally marks are in a tally chart by using a simple picture! As you are answering the questions, do not forget! “How many more” tells us to subtract and “how many in all” tells us to add. “Fewest” means we are looking for the smallest number and “most” means we are looking for the biggest number. Please complete P. 388-390 and upload photos of it.  Attached is a video from Brain Pop Jr. on picture graphs.

Science- Weather/ Meteorologist Review. Please read the book assigned to you in Epic on Weather. Then complete the attached two worksheets and the page for your dictionary. For the first one, please look at the map using the map key, like we learned in social studies, to figure out the weather in each state. For the second worksheet, illustrate yourself as a meteorologist giving the weather forecast and illustrate your favorite kind of weather! These two worksheets will be counted towards a grade on Option C. Please upload photos of both worksheets and the meteorologist page attached as part of your dictionary.

Religion– Since you all did excellent on your test, here is a treat! Please color in the cross using the code. If you do not have a printer, you can color it in electronically using “mark up” option or draw your own cross that is similar and color it in using the code.

Due by Sun. 4/5 at midnight- Please complete the attached handwriting sheet over the weekend. Remember to look at the handwriting chart to follow to make the letter “B” and “b.” Do it carefully and neatly! (:

Test Schedule for next week:

Tues. 4/7- Unit 11 Reading Test

Wed. 4/8- Ch. 10 Math Test

 

Enjoy your weekend!

 

Parents,

**Please check Option C for messages regarding what will begin to take place starting next week.***

We are now in our second week and will being learning new things! I hope we are all doing well and working hard at home! I know this is our first time week using Google Classroom so there are going to be many things for you to learn, as well as myself. We will assist each other as much as possible!

Below please find a list of your classwork for the week of Monday, March 23rd. I will post this breakdown daily on Google Classroom, as well as publish each assignment separately for you to submit what is asked for.

Monday:

SuperKids Phonics– Workbook P. 35/36- Follow the directions on the bottom of the page to form contractions with is, are, will.  Look at spelling list on P.36 (When done, on Google Classroom under the assignment, upload a picture of the pages completed)

SuperKids ReadingAfter reading the Superkid Short “It’s So Hot” on the iPad or reader, answer the discussion question on Google Classroom.

Math– Lesson 5-5 Workbook P.181-184 (When done, on Google Classroom under the assignment, upload a picture of the pages completed) **Students should still have the cubes given to them in class**

Religion– answer the discussion question about the Lenten Promise. Also, study notes for Lent Test ** The Test will be given tomorrow through Google Classroom**

SpellingPlease write the following spelling words 3x each in your spelling notebook. Upload a picture when completed. – I’m, he’s, she’s, it’s, we’re, you’re, I’ll, he’ll, she’ll, you’ll

Tuesday

ELA- Contractions-Superkids Practice P.26 (found as an assignment on Google Classroom)- Print it out, write on it, take a picture, and upload it on the assignment. If you do not have a printer, you can just write the contractions on a piece of paper, take a picture and upload it.

ELA- Memory Words­Trace memory words on P.38. Make cards for each memory word and practice reading them with a parent throughout the day/week. Upload photos of the cards you made of the memory words.

ELA- ReadingRead “The Wish” on the iPad or reader and complete Workbook P. 41. Take a picture and upload it.

MathLesson 5-6 Make and Use a Ruler. P. 187- 190. Be sure to follow the directions carefully when making your own ruler. Upload photos of the handmade ruler/ workbook pages.

ReligionLent Test- Print out both pages of the test, complete it, take a picture, and upload it. If you do not have a printer, on a separate piece of paper just write the number and your answer.

SpellingWords #1-10 in ABC Order in your notebook. Please take a picture and upload it.

Wednesday

ELA-HomophonesWatch the attached YouTube video that introduces the class to homophones. We should be familiar with one set of homophones already – to, two, too. Then, complete Superkids Word Workbook P.39-homophones with its and it’s, your, and you’re. Please complete the page, take a photo and upload it

ELA- ReadingReread the story “The Wish.” If you are using your iPad, try not to listen to it this time. Use your decoding and memory words skills to try to read it all on your own! Complete the worksheet and upload a photo of it after complete Oswald’s problem and solution.

Religion- Read the Bible story titled “Palm Sunday.” Complete the matching worksheet, take a photo of it and upload it.

SpellingWords #1-5 in sentences in your notebook. Take a photo and upload it.

MathLesson 5-7 in the Workbook on using a rulerto measure to the nearest inch. Please complete P.191-193 and upload photos of it. Attached is a video to watch to make sure that you are measuring correctly that focuses on three important things we must do!

  • Line up the object at 0 inches on the ruler
  • Lay the object flat against the ruler
  • Make sure you are using the correct unit on the ruler (inches and not centimeters)- inches is the side where the numbers are further apart. Some rulers tell you which side is which so be a detective and try to find it on your ruler!

Thursday

ELA- ContractionsPlease complete Word Workbook P.40 and create contractions in each speech bubble. Practice reading the dialogue as well. Take a photo and upload it

ELA- Idioms– Please complete Word Workbook P.42 after watching the video on Idioms. As you are completing the page, look through “The Wish” to find those sentences in the story to better understand the meaning of them.

ELA- Reading-Students got assigned different library books to read through SuperKids. Do not ask your friends what book they are reading because it may be different from yours. You were either assigned “What Would You Rather Be,?” Which Animal Is Which?” or “Sultana’s Sandals.” The assigned book is on your child’s reading level. Please allow them to read it aloud to you if possible and feel free to stop and question them as they are reading to ensure they are comprehending it. When you are finished reading, please complete the Worksheet and upload a photo of it. These library books must be access through the SuperKids app. It is not in the reader. Under Read, you must go to Books and you will find the book there.

Math- Ch.5 Review- Workbook P.195-196. Please take photos and upload it.

ReligionPlease watch the video only until 4:30 today and read the reading on Judas’ Betrayal. After doing so, please complete the worksheet, take a photo and upload it.

S.S- Geography Tools Quiz. Click on the Google Forms and take it directly on your device. You do not need to print anything out.

***Spelling Test tomorrow. Ch.5 Math Test on Monday *****

Friday-

ELAIdioms- Please complete the two worksheets on Idioms titled Resource Page 4/5. Circle the picture that matches the idiom. Take a photo and upload it. If you do not have a printer, number them and just write “Picture 1” or “Picture 2.”

ELA/Science- Reading- Log on to Epic.

  • Go to getepic.com/studentsor download the Epic app
  • Log in with your class code: tqb9519
  • Select your name and your in!
  • Go to your mailbox and read Matter Comes in All Shapes. After you are done, take the quiz.

ELA- Spelling Test. Listen to the attached audio. On a piece of paper ripped out from your notebook, please number it 1-10. As you listen to the audio, try your best to spell the words correctly without receiving any assistance from your parents or looking at the words elsewhere, just like we do in school. Good luck!

Math-Complete the attached Math Review Worksheets. Take photos and upload them. There will be a Math Test on Monday.

Religion- Read the bible story about Holy Thursday and the continuation of Judas’ betrayal. Also, continue watching the video from yesterday at 4 minutes and 30 seconds to see what happens in the garden. Complete the worksheet by pasting the sentences in the correct order under the picture. Take a photo and upload it.

Test Schedule for Next Week:

Mon. 3/30- Ch.5 Math Test

Tues. 3/31- Unit 10 Reading Test

Thurs. 4/2- Religion Test on the Holy Days

Fri. 4/3- Spelling Test

 

For this week, I will be posting all of the updates/assignments here on our Class Page.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to message me on Option C. I will be checking it frequently. If you for some reason do not have access to any of these applications, please let me know ASAP so we can work something out together.

***An email went out on how to set up your Google Classroom Accounts. Please have them set up by this Friday the latest. The sooner the better as we will be making the transition to there next week, rather than this homework website. I am also trying to upload our class to many different websites but need everyone to have their Google Classroom account set up, so please do so at your earliest convenience. ****

These are the assignments that will be given daily starting Tues. 3/17- Fri. 3/20:

  1. Mathletics- Log onto Mathletics using the username/password in your Take Home Folder and complete the work assigned to you daily. You can download the app on your device or access it using the Internet. The students are familiar with Mathletics and you will see an assigned assignment to them each day by 11AM the latest. I will receive their score and whether or not they completed it.
  2. SuperKids- Log onto SuperKids Online fun using your username and password you created. If you do not have it, download the app. If you are unsure of your username/password, I resent the parent set-up email to the email you provided me in the beginning of the year. If you are unsure of which email that is, please let me know through Option C so I can supply it to you. Please spend 20 minutes on Superkids either reading a story of choice or playing games. 
  3. ReadWorks- Log onto Readworks following the directions on the notice that was sent home in the Take Home Folder. Complete the daily reading/questions. Students should also be familiar with what to do – go to www.readworks.org/student ; – Students enter class code WZ6S4L ; – Find their name and enter their default password:1234. Note: Students can change their passwords when they log in. I will also see their score and whether or not they completed it. 
  4. Religion- Complete one assignment a day in the packet.

Mon. 3/16

  • Continue to study for Lent Test
  • Continue to study for Geography Quiz (study sheet was the classwork completed where students labeled “Study Sheet”

Tues. 3/17

  • Mathletics- Comparing Length 1
  • SuperKids
  • ReadWorks- “How to See Sound”- read and answer questions
  • Religion- Cut, attach, read, and color the Holy Week Booklet

Wed. 3/18

  • Mathletics- Comparing Length **it will be under assigned tasks**
  • SuperKids
  • ReadWorks- “Tamika’s Trip to the Zoo”
  • Religion- Holy Week sequencing worksheet

Thurs. 3/19

  • Mathletics- Everyday Length
  • SuperKids
  • ReadWorks- “Meet the School Nurse”
  • Religion- The Story of Easter sheets- read and color

Fri. 3/20

  • Mathletics- Measuring Length With Blocks
  • Reading Journal- Read and respond to a prompt in their reading journal. Take a picture and upload it to Google Classroom
  • Religion- The Story of Easter worksheet (fill in the blanks). ***Please take a photo of this worksheet and worksheet from Wednesday (sequencing Holy Week) and post it on Google Classroom under the correct assignment***
  • Current Events- was due Tues. 3/17- please take a picture of it and upload it to Google Classroom by Monday 3/23
  • Study for the Lent Test that will be next Tuesday through Google Classroom
  • Study for Geography Tools Quiz given through Google Classroom next Thursday
Homework: 
 
Week of March 9th.
 
Mon. 3/9: 
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.166
    Reading Journal due tom
 
Tues. 3/10:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- P.170
   Review for Reading Test- Memory Words, Contractions, Reading Comp.
     
Wed. 3/11:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Pick any 5 words and write them each in a complete sentence
    Math- 174
    Study for Science Quiz on Matter
 
Thurs.3/12:
    ELA- Read!
    Spelling- Study for Test tom.
    Math- P.178. Study for Ch.5 Quiz
 
Fri. 3/13- Sun. 3/15
    Reading Journal due Tues. 3/17
 
Test Schedule:
    Wed. 3/11- Unit 9 Reading Test
    Thurs. 3/12- Science Quiz- Matter
    Friday 3/13- Spelling Test, Ch.5 Math Quiz
 
Spelling Words:
1. by
2. fly
3. cry
4. try
5. belly
6.jelly
7.smelly
8.bunny
9.funny
10.sunny
  
 
Memory Words: down, too, work, many, first
 
Words to Know: produce, plenty, disturb
 
Week of March 2nd.
 
Mon. 3/2: 
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.366
    Current Events due tom.
    Study for Religion Test
 
Tues. 3/3:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- P.370
    Study how to make and expand contractions with not, will, have, is, are, us and irregulars (won’t, can’t)
     
Wed. 3/4:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-5 in a complete sentence
    Math- Review Sheet *Must be returned to school*
    Study for Ch.9 Math Test
 
Thurs.3/5:
    ELA- Worksheet.Read!
    Spelling- Words #6-10 in a complete sentence
    Math- P.361,362
    Study for Spelling Test
 
Fri. 3/6- Sun. 3/8
    Reading Journal due Tues. 3/9
 
Test Schedule:
     Mon. 3/2- Spelling Test (Week 18’s words)
    Tues. 3/3- Ch.11 Religion Test
    Wed. 3/4- Contraction Test
    Thurs. 3/5- Math Ch.9 Test
    Friday- Spelling Test(Week 19’s words)
 
Spelling Words:
1. can’t
2. won’t
3. don’t
4. boy
5. girl
6.two
7.four
8.about
9.over
10.before
  
 
Memory Words: boy, girl, two, four, about, over, before
 
Words to Know: audience, talent, explain
Week of Feb 24th.
 
Mon. 2/24: 
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.348
    Reading Journal due tom.
 
Tues. 2/25:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- P.352
    Study for Mid-Year Reading Test (see details below)
     
Wed. 2/26:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-5 in a complete sentence
    Math- P. 356
    Study for Mid-Year Reading Test (see details below)
 
Thurs.2/27:
    ELA- Worksheet.Read!
    Spelling- Words #6-10 in a complete sentence
    Math- P.361,362
    Study for Spelling Test
 
Fri. 2/28- Sun. 3/1
    No Reading Journal. Current Events due Tues 3/3- Follow model done in class
 
Test Schedule:
  Wed. 2/26- Mid-Year Reading Test Part 1
        – decode short and long vowel words (must recognize the rules in reading words- quiet e if at end with another vowel in the word that is long, vowel pairs (first one long and second one quiet)
      – put objects into categories and selecting the one that does not belong
     – reading comprehension (one informational and one fiction)- children read questions on their own
  Thurs. 2/27- Mid- Year Reading Test Part 2
       – fluency– students will be called to read to me sentences with long vowel words (review the rules) and will have to read memory words thus far
      – spelling– students will have to spell various words that follow our different sounds/rules we learned; these are the words:
         – neat, coat, tail, meet, bead, peel, made, note, cute, hope, me, hoping, peeled, painting, floated
        – writing: students will have to write an opinion piece about their favorite holiday. They are expected to follow the model taught to them. Ex : I like _____ best. One reason is because ___. Another reason is because ___. (Then end with a closing sentence restating their opinion like “___ is the best!”) They are expected to end each sentence with an ending mark and begin with an uppercase letter. They are not expected to spell every word perfectly but are encouraged to sound them out the best they can following all of the rules we learned.
  Fri. 2/28- Spelling Test
 
Spelling Words:
1. isn’t
2. didn’t
3. hasn’t
4. hadn’t
5. aren’t
6.wasn’t
7.weren’t
8.haven’t
9.couldn’t
10.wouldn’t
  
 
Memory Words: boy, girl, two, four, about, over, before
 
Words to Know: audience, talent, explain
Week of Feb 10th.
 
Mon. 2/10: 
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.334
 
Tues. 2/11:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- P.338
    Study for Ch.10 Religion Test
     
Wed. 2/12:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-5 in a complete sentence
    Math- P. 342. Study for Ch. 9 Quiz
 
Thurs.2/13:
    ELA- Read!
    Spelling- Words #6-10 in a complete sentence
    Study for Spelling Test
    Dress up like you are 100 years old tomorrow!
    You may bring in a wrapped treat to give to the class for Valentine’s Day if you wish
 
Fri. 2/14- Sun. 2/23
   One Reading Journal due Tues 2/25
   Enjoy the break!
 
Test Schedule:
  Wed. 2/12- Ch.10 Religion Test
  Thurs. 2/13- Ch.9 Math Quiz
  Fri. 2/14- Spelling Test
 
Spelling Words:
1. blue
2. tie
3. heat
4. keep
5. would
6.could
7.some
8.one
9.new
10.were
  
 
Memory Words: would, could, some, one, new, were
 
Words to Know: exactly, create, category
 
Week of Feb 3rd.
 
Mon. 2/3: 
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Review for Reading Test tom – all memory words thus far, decoding sentences with long-vowel words (CV- ex. go, CVCe- ex.same, CVCEs- ex.games, and adding -ed and -ing to CVCE words- ex. gaming (drop the quiet e and add -ing or-ed), reading comprehension (students now read the questions by themselves)
 
Tues. 2/4:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- Review Sheet **Must be brought back to school** 
   Study for Ch.8 Math Test
     
Wed. 2/5
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-5 in a complete sentence
    Study for S.S. Long Ago & Today Test- Review Sheet
   
Thurs.2/6
    ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #6-10 in a complete sentence
    Study for Spelling Test
 
Fri. 2/7- Sun. 2/9
    Reading Journal due Tues 2/11. 
 
Test Schedule:
  Tues. 2/4- Unit 7 Reading Test
  Wed. 2/5- Ch.8 Math Test
  Thurs. 2/6- S.S Long Ago & Today Test
  Fri. 2/7- Spelling Test- Week 16’s words
 
Spelling Words:
1. mail
2. nail
3. tail
4. rain
5. train
6.boat
7.coat
8.float
9.load
10.road
  
 
Memory Words: would, could, some, one, new, were
 
Words to Know: exactly, create, category
 
Week of Jan. 27th
 
Mon. 1/27: ****Red/White/Blue Dress Down***
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.310
    Reading Journal due tom.
 
Tues. 1/28: ****Sports Day Dress Down***
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order.
    Math- P.314
   Study for Ch.9 Religion Test
     
Wed. 1/29: ****Wacky/Mix & Match Dress Down***
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.318
    Spelling- Words #1-5 in a complete sentence
    Review for test on Dialogue
   
Thurs. 1/30: ****Pajama Day Dress Down****
     Math- P.323-324
    Spelling- Words #6-10 in a complete sentence
    Study for Spelling Test
   Trip Tomorrow
 
Fri. 1/31***Gym Uniform with Crazy Socks***- Sun. 2/2
    NO Reading Journal due Tues 2/4- Enjoy your weekend!
 
Test Schedule:
  Mon. 1/27- Spelling Test- Week 14’s words
  Wed. 1/29- Ch.9 Religion Test
  Thurs. 1/30- Grammar Test- Dialogue
  Fri. 1/31- Spelling Test- Week 15’s words
 
Spelling Words:
1. baking
2. baked
3. smiling
4. smiled
5. oh
6.any
7.day
8.good
9.very
10.want
  
 
Memory Words: oh, any, day, good, very, want
 
Words to Know: speedy, swiftly, distance, skilled
Week of Jan. 20th
 
Tues. 1/21:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each.
    Math- P.296. Study for Ch. 8 Math Quiz
     
Wed. 1/22:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.300
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order
    Review for Unit 6 Reading Test- decode words with -ed and -ing ending, decode C, CVCe words,       understand prefixes – un and suffixes -ness, -less, -er
    
Thurs. 1/23:
      ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.306
    Spelling- Write any 5 words each in a sentence. 
    Study for Science Test
 
Fri. 1/24- Sun. 1/26
    Reading Journal due Tues 1/28. Study for Spelling Test on Mon 1/27
 
Test Schedule:
  Tues. 1/21- Spelling Test
  Wed. 1/22- Ch.8 Math Quiz
  Thurs. 1/23- Unit 6 Reading Test
  Fri. 1/24- Science Test on Safety
  Mon. 1/27- Spelling Test
 
Spelling Words:
1. bakes
2. cakes
3. makes
4. takes
5. snakes
6.bikes
7.likes
8.hikes
9.hopes
10.ropes
  
 
Memory Words: oh, any, day, good, very, want
 
Words to Know: speedy, swiftly, distance, skilled
 
Week of Jan. 13th
 

Monday 1/13:

      ELA- Worksheet. Read!
      Math- Review Sheet- Must be returned to school. Study for test.
      Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each
       Reading journal due tom.
 
Tues. 1/14:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Spelling- Words #1-5 each in a complete sentence. Underline the spelling words.
    Review for Grammar Test on Possessive Nouns and Plural Nouns
     
Wed. 1/15:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.292
    Spelling- Words #6-10 each in a complete sentence. Underline the spelling words
    Study for Ch.8 Religion Test
    
Thurs. 1/16, Fri. 1/17- Tues. 1/21
   No school on Friday. NO READING JOURNAL DUE. Book Mobile due on Tues. 1/21.
   Study for Spelling Test on Tues. 1/21.
 
Test Schedule:
  Mon. 1/13- S.S. Quiz 
  Tues. 1/14- Ch.7 Math Test
  Wed. 1/15- Plurals/ Possessive Noun Test
  Thurs. 1/16- Ch.8 Religion Test
  Tues. 1/21- Week 13’s Spelling Words
 
 
Spelling Words:
1. game
2. same
3. ride
4. side
5. said
6.only
7.you
8.out
9.of
10.here
   
 
Class News:
– Book Mobile due on Tues. 1/21.
 
Memory Words: said, only, you, out, of, here
 
Words to Know: clever, helpful, expect
 
Week of Jan. 6th
 

Monday 1/6:

      ELA- Worksheet. Read!
      Math- P.268
      Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each
       Reading journal due tom.
 
Tues. 1/7:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Math- P. 272
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC Order
     
Wed. 1/8:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.276
    Spelling- Words #1-5 each in a complete sentence. Underline the spelling words.
    
Thurs. 1/9:
    ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Math- P. 281-282
     Spelling- Words #6-10 each in a complete sentence. Underline the spelling words. 
    Study for spelling test tom.
 
Fri. 1/10- Sun. 1/12
     Read! Reading journal due Tues. 1/14
     S.S. Quiz Mon.
       
Test Schedule:
  Fri. 1/10- Spelling Test 
  Mon. 1/13- S.S. Quiz **** MOVED****
  Tues. 1/14- Ch.7 Math Test
  Wed. 1/15- Plurals/ Possessive Noun Test
  Thurs. 1/16- Ch.8 Religion Test
 
Spelling Words:
1. go
2. no
3. so
4. be
5. he
6.me
7.she
8.we
9.hi
10.flu
   
 
Class News:
– Continue to work on Book Mobile
 
Memory Words: eight, old, hold, write, live, said, only, you, out, of, here
 
Words to Know: clever, helpful, expect
 
Week of Dec.16th
 

Monday 12/16:

      ELA- Worksheet. Read!
      Math- P.250
       Reading journal due tom.
      Review proper nouns/pronouns for test tom.
 
Tues. 12/17:
     No Homework.
     Review for reading test tom.
                 – all memory words thus far
                – decode phrases with- er, -ed, – ing words
     Be at school by 5:30 for the Christmas show! (:
 
Wed. 12/18:
     Math- P.254,258
    Study for Religion test tom.
    Bring in a “teeny,tiny” treat for our Teeny, Tiny Elf party tom.
     
Thurs. 12/19:
    Math- P. 264. Study for Ch.7 Math Quiz tom.
     No gym tomorrow. Please wear normal school uniform.
 
Fri. 12/20- Sun. 1/5
     Read! One reading journal due Tues. 1/7
       
Test Schedule:
   Tues 12/17- Proper Noun/Pronoun Test
   Wed. 12/18- Unit 5 Reading Test
   Thurs. 12/19- Advent/Christmas Test
   Fri. 12/20- Ch.7 Math Check Your Progress
 
Class News:
– No Spelling words this week
– Christmas show Tues. Please be in school by 5:30 PM. 
– Wed. is the Christmas carnival.
– Thurs. we will have our Teeny Tiny Elf Celebration.
 
Memory Words: eight, old, hold, write, live
 
Words to Know: clever, helpful, expect
 
Week of Dec. 9th
 
Monday 12/9:
   No school!
   Reading Journal due tom.
  11:30 Dismissal tom. for Parent Teacher Conference
 
Tues. 12/10:

     ELA- Read! Worksheet

     Math- P. 235-236

     Spelling- #1-10 3x each 
    
Wed. 12/11:
   ELA- Read! Worksheet
   Math- P.240
   Spelling- #1-10 in ABC Order 
 
Thurs. 12/12:
   ELA- Read! Worksheet
   Math- Review Sheet. Please return it to school as it is counted as homework. Study for Test tom.
   Spelling- Study for Test
 
Fri., Sat., Sun 12/13, 12/14, 12/15-
     Read. Reading Journal due on Tuesday 12/17
 
Spelling Words:
1. flipping
2. flipped
3. stepping
4. stepped
5. there
6.from
7.be
8.to
9.we
10.or
 
Memory Words: there, from, be, to, we, or
 
Words to know: wonder, curious, discover, imagine
 
Test Schedule:
   Fri. 12/13- Spelling Test, Ch.6 Math Test
   Tues. 12/17- Proper Noun/Pronoun Test
   Wed. 12/18- Unit 5 Reading Test
   Thurs. 12/19- Advent/Christmas Test
   Fri. 12/20- Spelling Test
Class News:
– There is no school Monday.
– 11:30 dismissal on Tues. for parent teacher conferences
– Thurs. 12/19- we will have a Christmas celebration 
 
Week of Nov.25th
 
Monday 11/25:
     ELA- Read!
     Math- P. 208
     Study for S.S. test
 
Tues. 11/26:
     ELA-  Read!
     Math- P.212
     Study for Ch. 5 Religion Test
    12:00 Dismissal Tom.
 
Wed. 11/27:
   Have a Happy & Blessed Thanksgiving!
   No reading log to do. Please read. 
       
Test Schedule:
   Tues 11/26 The First Thanksgiving Test
   Wed. 11/27- Ch.5 Religion Test
   Tues. 12/3- Ch.6 Math Quiz
   Wed. 12/4- Unit 4 Reading Test
   Fri. 12/6- Spelling Test
 
Class News:
– There are no spelling words this week.
– There is a 12:00 PM dismissal on Wednesday. 
– There is no reading journal due on Tues 12/3.
– Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
 
 
Week of Nov.18th
 
Monday 11/18:

    ELA- Worksheet. Read!

    Math- P. 156
    Spelling- Words #1-5 3x each
     Study for Spelling Test (Week 8’s words)
 
Tues. 11/19:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- Review Sheet. Study for Math Test tom.
    Spelling- Words #6-10 3x each
 
Wed. 11/20:
    ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Spelling- Words #1-10 in ABC order
     Review adjectives for test tom.
     
Thurs. 11/21:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Math- P. 204
    Spelling- Study
      
Fri., Sat., Sun 11/22,11/23,11/24-
     Read. Reading Journal due on Tuesday 11/26.
       
Test Schedule:
   Tues 11/19- Spelling Test (Week 8’s words)
   Wed. 11/20- Math Ch.4 Test
   Thurs. 11/21- Adjectives Test
   Fri. 11/22- Spelling Test
   Tues 11/26- The First Thanksgiving Test
   Wed. 11/27- Ch. 5 Religion Test
 
 
Spelling Words:
1) yelled
2) smelled
3)jumped
4) bumped
5) look
6) your
7) the
8) was
9) are
10) for
 
Memory Words: look, your, the, was, are, for
 
Words to Know: project, interested, constructed
 
 
 
Week of Nov.11th
 
Tues. 11/12:
   No Homework
   Study for Ch.25 Religion Test tom.
 
Wed. 11/13:
    ELA- Worksheet. Read!
     Math- P.148
     Spelling- Words #1-10 3x each
     Study for Science Quiz tom. on Staying Safe
     
Thurs. 11/14:
     ELA- Worksheet. Read!
    Math- P. 152
    Spelling- Words #1-10 in alphabetical order
      
Fri., Sat., Sun 11/15,11/16,11/17-
     Read. Reading Journal due on Tuesday 11/19.
     Study for Spelling Test.
       
Test Schedule:
   Tues. 11/12- Religion Ch.25 Test
   Wed. 11/13- Science Quiz- Staying Safe
   Thurs. 11/14- Unit 3 Reading Test
   Mon. 11/18- Spelling Test on Week 8’s words
 
 
Spelling Words:
1) after
2) never
3)better
4) winter
5) summer
6) rested
7) twisted
8) planted
9) printed
10) acted
 
Memory Words: look, your, the, was, are, for
 
Words to Know: project, interested, constructed

 

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