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    • Imagine that you are the captain of your own ship.Where would you sail to? Who would travel with you?Explain. Tuesday February 21, 2012 Adolfo Ryan Max David Eric Jose Alan R Linder Cincere Massire Cameron Brian Gia Ramon Andres Carlos Alan G Christian Joshua Angel Brianna Natalie Matthew Ricardo Sualee Emma Joey Elizabeth Mitzy Christopher Roxana Nyashia Johnny
    • Morning WritingPretend that you havejust received from a frienda letter that had been lostin the mail for a month.Write about your lettersmonth­long adventure.Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you arefinished. The work will be graded.
    • Daily Warm­Up #5 2.13.12 Morning Reading ­ June BugsElephantTake a handout from the binin the front of the classroom.Use your SMART Clickers toanswer the questions.Return the handout (withyour name written on it) andthe clicker once you arefinished.
    • Reading ­ Zathura (p. 375)Analogies: SynonymsAn analogy is a relationshipbetween words.Match the synonyms. purple shriek grimy jump scream dirty bounce violet
    • Reading ­ Zathura (p. 375)Evidence Conclusion
    • Reading ­ Zathura (p. 375)Predictions and Purposes1. Were they correct?2. How did the brothers relationship change by the end of the game?Personal ResponseWrite about a game you have played andenjoyed. What did you like about it? In whatway was it fun or challenging?
    • Reading ­ Zathura (p. 375)Color the RobotColor the robot and cutout after you are done.Glue the robot toconstruction paper.
    • Reading ­ Zathura (p. 375) Reading HomeworkWrite an alternate ending to the story in which something goeswrong with the game Walter and Danny are playing. Use your notebook.
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204)A common factor of two ormore whole numbers is awhole number that is afactor of all the numbersthe greatest common factor(GCF) of two of morenumbers is the greatestwhole number that is acommon factor of thenumbers.
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204)What is a Factor?Factors are the numbers you multiplytogether to get another number. 2 x 8 = 16 Factor FactorThe factors of 16 are: 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204)What is a Common Factor?Let us say you have worked out the factorsof two or more numbers:ExampleThe factors of 16 are 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16The factors of 24 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 24Then the common factors are those that are found inboth lists: 1, 2, 4, and 8
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204)What is The Greatest Common Factor?It is simply the largest of the commonfactors. The greatest common factor of 16 and 24 is 8.
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204)Try ItFind the greatest common factor (GCF) ofthe numbers.Exercise 1­6 on page 204
    • Math ­ Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (p. 204) Math Homework Practice book, page 43
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)RULESTwo sentences that tell about thesame noun can be combined byadding an adjective to one of thesentences. He looked behind the shed. The shed was rusty. He looked behind the rusty shed.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)When you combine two sentences, leave out the wordsthat repeat. Troy lost his binder Troy lost his blue binder. His binder was blue. Lana found a small kitten. Lana found a small, striped kitten. It was a striped kitten.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276) The book is I lost my red book .
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)Guided PracticeTell how you would combine each pair of sentences tomake a new sentence.1. Tori looked in her room. Her room was cluttered.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)Guided PracticeTell how you would combine each pair of sentences tomake a new sentence.2. She then searched under the bushes. The bushes werebrown.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)Guided PracticeTell how you would combine each pair of sentences tomake a new sentence.3. Ted helped her search for the cap. It was a red cap.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)Guided PracticeTell how you would combine each pair of sentences tomake a new sentence.4. Tori looked behind a tree. The tree was tall.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)Guided PracticeTell how you would combine each pair of sentences tomake a new sentence.5. She saw a raccoon chewing her cap. The raccoon waswild.
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276)More PracticeExercises 6 ­ 20 on page 277
    • Language ­ Combining Sentences: Adjectives (p. 276) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 59
    • Spelling ­ Words of the Week
    • Spelling ­ Words of the Week1. sugar 11. crater2. gentler 12. pillar3. scissors 13. splendor4. founder 14. peddler5. director 15. professor6. scholar 16. shatter7. saucer 17. governor8. labor 18. vapor9. commander 19. equator10. error 20. soldier
    • Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadCircle the misspelled words in the passage. Write thewords correctly in your notebook. Danny and Walter were sitting inside when the entire house began to shake. It felt as if the windows could shattur at any moment. Slowly, a mysterious vapur started pouring in from underneath the door. Walter almost dropped the scissers he was holding as the flying sauser knocked over a piller just outside the house. When they looked outside, there was a huge krater in the driveway.
    • Spelling ­ Review and ProofreadWriting ActivityWrite a paragraph about a gamethat you like to play. Use fourspelling words in your paragraph.
    • Spelling ­ Review and Proofread Spelling Homework Study for test tomorrow.
    • Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, February 21, 2012Reading1. Write an alternate ending to the story in which something goeswrong with the game Walter and Danny are playing.Use your notebook.Math2. Practice book, page 42 #1­101. Practice book, page 43Language Arts1. Practice book, page 59Spelling1. Study for exam tomorrow
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