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4th grade homework sheet 2.4

4th grade homework sheet 2.4

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  • 1. Weekly Story: Jose! Born to Dance Comprehension Skill: Author’s Purpose Phonics Skill: Vowel + /r/ Sounds Dr. C.M. Cash Elementary http://drcash.pbworks.com 4th Grade Homework Student Expectations for the week of Nov. 1 – Nov. 5 Monday  Word building with spelling words  Vocabulary circle maps for words 1-5  Saxon Math Part B Tuesday  List spelling words in alphabetical order  Vocabulary circle maps for words 6-10  Saxon Math Part B Wednesday  Spelling Word handout  Saxon Math Part B Thursday  Spelling Word handout  Saxon Math Part B **Study Spelling and Vocabulary Words Daily Spelling Test will be on Friday!! Spelling Words: 1. learn 2. dirty 3. worn 4. sore 5. thirst 6. burn 7. record 8. cure 9. board 10. course 11. worth 12. early 13. return 14. pure 15. world 16. search 17. worse 18. thirteen 19. sport 20. current Vocabulary Words: 1. towered- taller than others 2. stubborn- determined 3. border- boundary 4. hauling- carrying; moving 5. permission- allow something 6. discourage- hopeless 7. mournful- sad 8. toured- took a sightseeing trip 9. debut- first public appearance 10. triumph- succeed Word of the Week: scrutinize to examine something or someone carefully

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