Writing Journal: October is AdoptaShelterDog Month. Write ten tips to help a person select the perfect canine companion. Writing Journal: What are your goals for this school year? How will you accomplish them? How will you overcome any obstacles that get in your way? Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Cincere Ricardo Ramon Eric Natalie AlanChristian Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Linder Brian Crystal Christopher Angel Matthew Ryan Sualee Alan
Reading - page 117Pipiolo and the Roof DogsGenreFantasy: tells a story about characters andevents that could not exist in real life.Generate QuestionsCause and Effect: As you read, use your Cause andEffect chart.Read to Find OutHow does Pipiolo change the lives of the roof dogs?
Generate QuestionsWhen we read we can generate our ownquestions about a selection and then read on tosee if they are answered.For example, what does Lupe mean when shesays that her dog Pipiolo is the "savior of theroof dogs?" What is a roof dog?Ive never heard that term before. I willcontinue reading to see if my questions areanswered in the story.
Language Arts (page 24)Plants need energy. From the sun.Plants need energy from the sun.did you know that there are 400,000 kinds of plants.Did you know that there are 400,000 kinds of plants?move that plant into the light?Move that plant into the light.Pampas grass and palm trees. Grow in the desert.Pampas grass and palm trees grow in the desert.
Language Arts HomeworkPractice workbook, page 12
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