Archive for October 2016

 

Weekly Objectives 

Math: We  will continue practicing the use of  multiplication(converting minutes to seconds and hours to minutes).  We will also solve word problems involving multiplication and addition.

Reading:Identify the theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

Social Studies: Students will countdown to Election Day! Students will look at each candidates stance on issues such as taxes, education, healthcare and identify similarities and differences between each of the candidates views

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading

 

 

 

 

 

Complete Book Log

Read  independently a book, magazine of choice  20 minutes

Journeys book pg 73.

How Tia Lola Came to Stay

 

 

 

Complete Book Log

Read  independently a book, magazine of choice  20 minutes

Tic Tac Toe (C)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Complete Book Log

Read  independently a book, magazine of choice  20 minutes

Tic Tac Toe (C)

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Complete Book Log

Read  independently a book, magazine of choice  20 minutes

Tic Tac Toe (C)

 

 

 

 

 

 

All homework Due

Book Log Due

Math Worksheet

Prime Factor Review due

Tuesday

Homelinks 2.7

Study Math Facts (9’s)

Homelinks 2.8

Study Math Facts (9’s)

Homelinks 2.9

Study Math Facts (9’s)

Math Homework Due

Timed Test Today

Week 5 Student of the Week: Congrats to Andera Barrera for being student of the week!

Dear Parents,

Reminder: Please make certain students practice their math multiplication facts, quite a few students did not complete their 60 second timed math test on Friday. Progress Reports  were given out last Friday. Please sign and return the  bottom portion.

Weekly Objectives

Reading:  Readers will use inference to predict what will happen next in the text. They will provide evidence to support their ideas  by citing appropriate details and examples from the text. Guided Reading groups will receive novels  this week.  Ask your child what they are reading?

Social Studies- Students will continue using maps skills  to explore elevation in the United States

Math- Students will also learn to persevere through challenging multi-step word problems. Students will begin multiplication and continue  estimating  lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters

Homework October 10, 2016  to October 14, 2015 

Monday:

No Class

Tuesday:

Math- Timed Test Friday(7’s)  Home Links 2.1  Literacy Tic Tac Toe Sacagawea pg.  50

Work on  Book Report for the Whipping Boy- DUE Friday 10/14/16

Wednesday: 

Math- Timed Test Friday(7’s)  Home Links 2.2  Literacy Tic Tac Toe Sacagawea pg.  50

Work on  Book Report for the Whipping Boy- DUE Friday 10/14/16

 Thursday:

Math- Timed Test Friday(7’s)  Home Links 2.3  Literacy Tic Tac Toe Sacagawea pg.  50

Work on  Book Report for the Whipping Boy- DUE Friday 10/14/16

Friday:   All Homework is Due Literacy- Book Report Due Today

Two Book Reports Due 10/14/ 16

Whipping Boy and a Book of Choice

Below is the book report form

Title of the book:_________________________________________________

 

Author of the book: _______________________________________________

 

Genre: _________________________________________________________

 

Illustrator of the book:_____________________________________________

 

Number of pages:________________________________________________

 

 

Directions: Answer each question in a complete sentence. Use as many details as possible. Please use a separate sheet of paper to record your responses.

 

  1. Who is the main character in the book?  List three character traits that describe this character (See character trait list). List some important details that support why you selected those character traits.

 

What is the setting of the story? (Where did it take place?)

 

 

  1. Describe at least one important or interesting event that took place in the story. Use as many details as possible.

 

  1. What is your favorite part of the book? Why?

 

 

  1. What is the problem the character faced?  Did he/she solve the problem?

 

 

  1. How did the character solve the problem? If the problem was not resolved, how would you have solved that problem?

 

 

  1. How does the book end? How could the book have ended differently?

 

 

  1. Make a prediction: If there was a sequel to this story, what do you think will happen next?

 

 

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?