Reminder: Please Support the Ray School Book Fair from April 20-24th 2015

Weekly Objectives

 

Math- 4th graders will continue this week finding fraction/decimal/ percentage equivalencies. Students will have to identify and record real life examples of percentages.

Literacy-The anchor text for the week will come from Journeys “Riding Freedom pg. 407 Students will read and identify how characters are alike and different.  Students will also revisit questioning. They will ask questions before, during and while they are reading.

Science-” Long distance Airplanes”.  4th grade students will continue with Project-Based Inquiry Science. Students  will continue to practice science in the classroom the way that scientists and engineers do. They will work in collaborative groups to solve problems, conduct investigations, make models, collect and analyze data, write explanations, and discuss and present findings.

Social Studies-Planning A Trip” Students have been studying the 5 regions of the United States.  Students will continue their vacation planning. They will finalize their budget for their vacation. Students have selected a city. They will continue to research travel expenses ,  hotel, dinning  and attractions. Students will present their findings to their classmates.

 

Homework- Tic –Tac-Toe Due Monday

Monday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG. Read Riding Freedom pg. 407 Study Links 9.4.

Tuesday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe Study Links 9.5.

Wednesday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe Study Links 9.6.

Thursday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe

Friday: All study links are due

Dear Parents,

I hope you and your children had an exciting spring break! A reminder: Parent Report Card Pick-up is  Thursday, April 16, 2015, there will be no classes for students. Please continue to encourage your child this is our last quarter together I have lots of exciting lessons planned!

Weekly Objectives

 

Math- 4th graders will begin this week finding fraction/decimal/ percentage equivalencies. Students will have to identify and record real life examples of percentages.

Literacy-The anchor text for the week will come from Journeys “The Fun They Had” pg.637.  Students will read and identify author’s purpose- we will use text details to find out author’s reasons for writing. Students will also revisit questioning. They will ask questions before, during and while they are reading.

Science- “The Catapult” 4th grade students will begin Project-Based Inquiry Science. Students were introduced before break but will begin to practice science in the classroom the way that scientists and engineers do. They will work in collaborative groups to solve problems, conduct investigations, make models, collect and analyze data, write explanations, and discuss and present findings.

Social Studies-Planning A Trip” Students have been studying the 5 regions of the United States.  For the next two weeks students will pick a state it’s capital and plan a vacation. They will create a budget for their vacation. Students will begin by selecting a city, give a summary on why they selected that city. They will research travel expenses ,  hotel, dinning  and attractions. Students will present their findings to their classmates

Homework- Tic –Tac-Toe Due Monday

Monday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG. Read “The Fun They Had” pg.637, Study Links 9.1. Journal entries 31 & 32 due Tuesday Study for Midwest Region test on Friday.

Tuesday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe Study Links 9.2. Study for Midwest Region test on Friday

Wednesday:  STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe Study Links 9.2. Study for Midwest Region test on Friday

Thursday:  NO SCHOOL- STUDENT GENERATED BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac- Toe  NO Study Links **MATH WORKSHEET Study for Midwest Region test on Friday

Friday: Midwest region test and Book Log Due

Dear Parents,

A week before Spring Break There is no Tic-Tac-Toe this week! Please make certain students have school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis.  We also need boxes of Kleenex,  rulers, pencils, scissors and lined notebook paper. Please donate.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will continue practicing estimating area and perimeter of polygons.

Literacy-The Anchor text for the will come from National Geographics .  Students will select articles of their choice. Students will identify main ideas and supporting details from the text. Students will use context clues to identify unfamiliar words in the text.

Science- “The Catapult” 4th grade students will begin Project-Based Inquiry Science. Students  will begin to practice science in the classroom the way that scientists and engineers do. They will work in collaborative groups to solve problems,  conduct investigations, make models, collect and analyze data, write explanations, and discuss and present findings.

Social Studies-  Women’s History Classroom Presentations. Students will look at the lives of a women  they know. Students will also look at fun facts about the Mid-west, Illinois and Chicago,

 

Homework

Monday:  No Tic-Tac-Toe.  Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Book Log. Math worksheet.

Tuesday:  No Tic-Tac-Toe.  Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Book Log. Study Links 8.8 . National Geographic Questions.

Wednesday:  No Tic-Tac-Toe.  Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Book Log. Test Review Worksheet.  National Geographic Questions

Thursday: No Tic-Tac-Toe.  Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Book Log. Think Through Math. Spring Break Package.

Friday: No School

Dear Parents,

Please be aware that homework is to be completed nightly. This weeks Tic-Tac-Toe Literacy assignment will be due Monday March 30, 2015 . All Math Study Links will also be  due Monday March 30, 2015 . Please make certain students are preparing for their Women’s History Presentations for next week. this would include a research paper of the interview and oral presentation .

Please make certain students have school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis.  We also need boxes of Kleenex,  rulers, pencils, scissors and lined notebook paper. Please donate.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will continue practicing estimating area and perimeter.

Literacy-The Anchor text for the week is Owen & Mzee pg 613” Students will compare and contrast characters in a story.  Students will  have their figurative language rap test on Tuesday! Students should also have completed their guided reading novels this week. Book Reports are due Thursday! 

Writing: ThinkCerca 4th graders from Room 206 are now on and rocking with ThinkCerca!!!!  Think Cerca is a web-based curriculum  that gives students the opportunity develop and build upon critical thinking strategies in both reading and writing. Please note that Think Cerca can be used at home.

Science- Students will continue to work on their unit on the Ecosystems. Students will identify n the previous lesson, students learned that specific types of biotic and abiotic components characterize biomes. In this lesson,
students will review a concept from the primary grades, that living things have needs and that those needs are met from their environment. In the next lesson, students will learn how this interdependence maintains a healthy ecosystem.

Social Studies- March Women’s history Month! Students will comprehend the impact of women in history.

Homework

Monday: CLASS BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/30/15 Study Links 8.4. Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Practice reciting figurative language rap for test on Tuesday Work on Book Report Due 3/30/15

Tuesday:  CLASS BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/30/15 Study Links 8.5. Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Work on Book Report Due 3/30/15

Wednesday:  CLASS BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/30/15 Study Links 8.6. Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Work on Book Report Due 3/30/15

Thursday: CLASS BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/30/15 Study Links 8.4. Work on Women’s  History Research Project Due this  Week.  Book Report due on classroom novels, Journal Entries 26-30 Due Today!!!

Friday: Complete Tic-Tac-Toe and Study Links due 3/30/15

 Congratulations to Asher Moon-Sarudi  Room 206 Student of the Week!

 

Dear Parents,

PARCC

On Tuesday and Wednesday starting at 9:15 AM, the fourth graders will be taking the math portion of the PARCC Assessment. Because it is the first year of the assessment, we will treat this test as a learning experience. Students will be encouraged to do their personal best. For the last month, we have been discussing the importance of perseverance. Throughout the week, the students will be praised and applauded for their hard work and perseverance on the PARCC assessment. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this testing experience, please contact me.

 

Weekly Objectives

Math- Students will begin with UNIT 8 Measurement. Students will describe the procedure for finding the perimeter of a rectangle and recognize that perimeter is measured in linear units.

Literacy- . The Anchor text for the week is “The Ever-Living Tree pg.585” Students will use the monitor and clarify strategy to read.   Students will practice their figurative language rap and be ready for a friendly rap competition!

Writing: “Should Justin Bieber be Deported cont…? “  Student will continue to find supporting evidence of an article and state their opinions as they begin to form an argument essay.

Science- Students continue to identify parts of an Ecosystem. Students will identify various consumers, decomposers and producers in an ecosystem and how they are interrelated.

Social Studies- March Women’s history Month! Students will comprehend the impact of women in history. Students will receive their Women’s History Research Project Outline.

Homework

Monday: NO BOOK LOG. Read “The Ever-Living Tree pg.585”  Work on Women’s  History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap. Study Links 8.1

Tuesday:  NO BOOK LOG. Read “The Ever-Living Tree pg.585”  Work on Women’s  History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap. Study Links 8.2

Wednesday:  NO BOOK LOG. Read “The Ever-Living Tree pg.585”  Work on Women’s  History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap. Study Links 8.3

Thursday:NO BOOK LOG. Read “The Ever-Living Tree pg.585”  Work on Women’s  History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap. Study Links 8.4

Friday: NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment Due Monday March 23, 2015 – Figurative Language Test all 4 stanzas 3/23/15

 

Dear Parents,

PARCC

On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday starting at 9:15 AM, the fourth graders will be taking the language arts portion of the PARCC Assessment. Because it is the first year of the assessment, we will treat this test as a learning experience. Students will be encouraged to do their personal best. For the last month, we have been discussing the importance of perseverance. Throughout the week, the students will be praised and applauded for their hard work and perseverance on the PARCC assessment. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this testing experience, please contact me.

 

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will complete the world of FRACTIONS Unit !!!!! Students will be given a study guide on Tuesday and be assessed Wednesday. Students will begin with UNIT 8 Measurement. Students will describe the procedure for finding the perimeter of a rectangle and recognize that perimeter is measured in linear units.

Literacy- . The Anchor text for the week is “I Could Do That pg. 561” Students will work on identifying cause and effect and Infer and making predictions. Students will practice their figurative language raps.

Writing: “Should Justin Bieber be Deported? “  Student will find supporting evidence of an article and state their opinions as they begin to form an argument essay.

Science- Students continue to identify parts of an Ecosystem. Students will identify various consumers, decomposers and producers in an ecosystem and how they are interrelated.

Social Studies- March Women’s history Month! Students will comprehend the impact of women in history. Students will receive their Women’s History Research Project Outline.

Homework

Monday: NO BOOK LOG. Read “I Can Do That” ! Study Links 7.8. Work on Women’s  History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap. Study Links 7.12

Tuesday:  Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/16/15 No Math. Work on Women’ s History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap

Wednesday:  Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/16/15 Work on Women’ s History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap Study Links 8.1

Thursday: Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/16/15 Work on Women’ s History Project. Practice reciting figurative language rap Study Links 8.2

 

Friday: NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment Due

 

 

Dear Parents,

Please be aware that homework is to be completed nightly. This weeks Tic-Tac-Toe Literacy assignment will be due Monday March 9, 2015 . All Math Study Links will be due Friday, March 6, 2015. Make certain students are prepared for their Black history Presentations this week. this would include a research paper, oral presentation in 1st person and prop of some sort(please see the rubric).

 

Please make certain students have school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis.  We also need boxes of Kleenex, pencils, scissors and lined notebook paper. Please donate.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will continue with the world of FRACTIONS!!!!! Students will convert fractions  into  decimals and investigate probability. Students will also add and subtract fractions with like terms

Literacy- Please dialogue with your child about their novels as we come to an end. The Anchor text for the week is “Sacagawea” pg, 503”    4th graders will continue with the Climax of a story. students will identify the turning points in their novels. They will also look at the rising and falling action in their novels. We will continue identifying various types of figurative language, students will practice their figurative language raps.

Writing: ThinkCerca 4th graders from Room 206 are now on and rocking with ThinkCerca!!!!  Think Cerca is a web-based curriculum  that gives students the opportunity develop and build upon critical thinking strategies in both reading and writing. Please note that Think Cerca can be used at home.

Science- Students will begin a unit on Ecosystems. Students will identify differences between Abiotic vs.  Biotic factors in an Ecosystem.

Social Studies- Students will further investigate the Southwest Region of the United States. Students will identify each of the 4 states and their capitals on a map. Students will also learn to make generalizations with informational text.

Homework

Monday: NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/9/15 Study Links 7.8. Work on Black History Research Project Due this  Week.  Practice reciting figurative language rap

Tuesday:  NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/9/15 Study Links 7.9. Work on Black History Research Project Due this  Week.  Practice reciting figurative language rap

Wednesday:  NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/9/15 Study Links 7.10. Work on Black History Research Project Due this  Week.  Practice reciting figurative language rap

Thursday: NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/9/15 Study Links 7.11. Work on Black History Research Project Due this  Week.  Practice reciting figurative language rap

Friday: NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/9/15)-

 

Dear Parents,

This weeks Tic-Tac-Toe Literacy Assignments will be due Monday March 2, 2015 .Black history projects are also due the week of  March 2, 2015. All Math Study Links (7.3- 7.9) will be due Friday, February 27, 2015. Please make certain students have all school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis.  We also need boxes of Kleenex and lined notebook paper. Please donate.

Social Studies Extra Credit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tuesday February 24, 2015 is Election Day! Students may bring in  voter receipts (limit 2 per student) this will be one of many ways to earn extra credit for Social Studies.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will continue with the world of FRACTIONS!!!!! Students will focus on equivalent fractions and comparing fractions.

Literacy- Please continue to  dialogue with your child about their class novels. The Anchor text for the week is “ Harvesting Hope”. Pg, 479”   4th graders will continue to identify the Climax in a story. students will identify the turning points in their novels along with the rising and falling action. We continue identifying various types of figurative language.

Writing: ThinkCerca 4th graders from Room 206 are now on and rocking with ThinkCerca!!!!  Think Cerca is a web-based curriculum  that gives students the opportunity develop and build upon critical thinking strategies in both reading and writing. Students completed their first submission. All submissions should be submitted by 2/24- Discuss with your child…”What type of learner they are.”

Science- Students will complete their Animal or Cell Model. 4th graders will begin to look at Ecosystems.

Social Studies- Students will further investigate the West Region of the United States. Students will also begin to look at the 4 states in the Southwest Region. We will also be looking at various time zones in the United States.

Homework

Monday: NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/2/15 Study Links 7.6. Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the Southwest Region. Practice Stanza 3 Figurative Language Rap. Test Friday

Tuesday:  NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/2/15 Study Links 7.7. Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the Southwest Region. Practice Stanza 3 Figurative Language Rap. Test Friday

Wednesday: NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/2/15 Study Links 7.8. Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the Southwest Region. Practice Stanza 3 Figurative Language Rap. Test Friday

Thursday: NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/2/15 Study Links 7.9. Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the Southwest Region. Practice Stanza 3 Figurative Language Rap. Test Friday

Friday:NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 3/2/15  Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015.   Southwest Region Test Today!.  Stanza 3 Figurative Language Rap Test Today! Journal Entries 21-25 Due Today! 

 

Dear Parents,

Please be aware that homework is to be completed nightly. This weeks Tic-Tac-Toe Literacy Assignments will be due Monday February 23, 2015  . All Math Study Links will be due Friday, February 20, 2015. Please make certain students have school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis. Also, we are still  in need of play-doe this week for a special project! We also need boxes of Kleenex and lined notebook paper. Please donate.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will continue with the world of FRACTIONS!!!!! Students will find fractional parts of polygons. Students will also add and subtract fractions.

Literacy- Please dialogue with your child about their novels. The Anchor text for the week is “The Moon Runner ””. Pg, 455”      4th graders will be introduced to the Climax in a story. students will identify the turning points in their novels. . We continue identifying various types of figurative language, this week we will focus on hyperbole.

Writing: ThinkCerca 4th graders from Room 206 are now on and rocking with ThinkCerca!!!!  Think Cerca is a web-based curriculum  that gives students the opportunity develop and build upon critical thinking strategies in both reading and writing.

Science- Students will further explore the differences and similarities between plant and Animal cells.

Social Studies- Students will further investigate the West Region of the United States. Students will identify each of the 11 states and their capitals on a map. Students will also learn to make generalizations with informational text.

Homework

Tuesday:  NO BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/23/15 Study Links 7.4. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday. Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the West Region

Wednesday:  NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15 Study Links 7.5. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday.Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the West Region

Thursday: NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15 Study Links 7.5. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday.Work on Black History Research Projects Due the Week of March 2, 2015 Practice reciting states and Capitals in the West Region

Friday: NO BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/23/15)- Timed Test Friday. Study Links Due West Region Oral Test

 

 Congratulations to William O’Shields  Room 206 Student of the Week!

 

Dear Parents,

Please be aware that homework is to be completed nightly. This weeks Tic-Tac-Toe Literacy Assignments will be due Tuesday February 17, 2015. All student Links will be due Friday, February 12, 2015. Please make certain students have school supplies. Many students are not bringing in pencils, markers/colors pencils or scissors. These are supplies we use on a weekly basis. Also, we are in need of play-doe this week for a special project! Please donate.

Weekly Objectives

Math- 4th graders will be introduced to the world of FRACTIONS!!!!! How do we use fractions outside of the classroom in everyday life?

Literacy- 4th graders have been reading their new classroom novels. Please dialogue with your child about their novels. The Anchor text for the week is “The Right Dog for the Job””. Pg, 431” 4th graders will continue to identify main idea and detail and also examine the time and order when events take place (sequencing). We continue identifying various types of figurative language, this week we will focus on hyperbole. Ask your child to give an example of at least three types of figurative language.

Writing: ThinkCerca 4th graders from Room 206 are now on and rocking with ThinkCerca!!!!  Think Cerca is a web-based curriculum  that gives students the opportunity develop and build upon critical thinking strategies in both reading and writing.

Science- Students will further explore the differences and similarities between plant and Animal cells.

Social Studies- Students will complete black history essays.” What would the world be like without African American Inventors”?

Homework

Monday:  BOOK LOG on their own sheets of paper.  Read The Right Dog for the Job””. pg, 431 “. Math Worksheet. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Facts Friday

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG.. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15 Study Links 7.1. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday.

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15 Study Links 7.2. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday.

Thursday: BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15 Study Links 7.3. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day Timed Test Friday.

Friday: BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due 2/17/15)- Timed Test Friday.

 

 

 

 

Dear Parents,

Please be aware that homework is to be completed nightly. For this week each assignment will be due the very next day. No assignments will be collected on Friday or Monday. Each book log entry, study link is due the following day, same applies for tic-tac-toe. Please see below in the homework section.

Weekly Objectives

 

Math- 4th graders will begin to practice using a full circle protractor. Students will also practice classifying angles and placing coordinates on a grid

Literacy- 4th graders will receive their new guided reading books on 1/26/15, please dialogue with your child about their novels. The Anchor text for the week is “Ecology for Kids” 4th graders will use information to analyze and make inferences. Students will read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.  We continue identifying various types of figurative language, this week we will focus on personification and alliteration.

Science- Students will continue with activities about the form and function of their own body with an emphasis on the Muscular system.  **Special Guest Parent Speaker on 1/27/15

Social Studies- Students will begin to identify states and capitals in the U.S. by region

Homework

 

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Read “Ecology for Kids pg 379” Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Links 6.6. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday g. 329

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG. 1. Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due Wednesday, Study Links 6.7. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

Science:  Student Reflection “What did you learn from our Guest today? ”Name 3 take-a-ways.Share with parents (Extra 5 points)- must have parent signature

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG. 1 Tic-Tac-Toe assignment due Thursday, Study Links 6.8. Write Math facts  times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

 

Thursday: BOOK LOG. Last Tic-Tac-Toe DUE TODAY, Study Links 6.9. Write Math facts 1 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

Friday- BOOK LOG. Timed Test-

Dear Parents of Room 206,

Happy New Year! I hope you had a fantastic weekend!  Last week we had an unexpected additional vacation due to the extreme cold.  Please note that some assignments on the homework chart may be repetitive from last week.  Please make certain school supplies are replenished. Many students are missing pencils, colored pencils or markers, rulers and scissors. Please note that our Winter NWEA testing will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

 

Weekly Objectives 

Math- 4th graders will begin Division! Students will practice solving multiplication and division story problems by using diagrams. They will become  familiar with a variety of strategies to solve equal group division number stories. Students will also have their Unit Assessment on Wednesday 1/15/15

Literacy- 4th graders will use information to analyze and  make inferences.Students will read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text. Introduction to Figurative Language- Metaphor vs. Simile

Science  Students  will be engaged in thoughtful activities about the form and function of their own body with an emphasis on the Muscular system. Students will develop a classroom workout video with an emphasis on 3 major muscular groups.

Social Studies- Unit Test Review- Our countries Economy/ Political System Introduction to Land and Resource Maps. Readers will  infer the meaning of unknown words. Readers will also  determine the main idea when it is inferred.

 

Homework

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Read Antarctic Journal” Pg 329 Complete Math Test Study Guide. Circle all difficult problems be prepared to discuss 

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe,  Study Links 6.1. Write Math facts 2 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Links 6.2. Write Math facts 2 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

Thursday: BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Links 6.3. Write Math facts 2 times each (6x’s – 12X’s)- due the next day ,  Timed Test Friday.

Friday- BOOK LOG. Timed Test- Tic-Tac Toe Due