Imagine that dogs and cats have thumbs. With this newaddition, what would be different about having a dog orcat as a pet? Explain. Carlos Tuesday Adolfo March 6, 2012 David Linder Ryan Eric Ramon Joey Jose Ricardo Cincere Emma Natalie Joshua Alan G Cameron Brianna Gia Alan R Johnny Matthew Angel Sualee Andres Elizabeth Nyashia Mitzy Roxana Christopher Brian Max Massire Christian
Morning WritingCelebrate YourName Week isobserved the first fullweek in March. Writea fictional storyexplaining how yougot your name.Write neatly, skipping a line, and use looseleaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you arefinished. The work will be graded.
Daily WarmUp #14The2.13.12 Morning Reading June Bugs Crab SpiderTake 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 Through My Eyes (p. 414)HomophonesHomophones are words that sound alike butare spelled differently and have differentdefinitions.The words there, their, theyre, and to, too,two are the most commonly misusedhomophones.
Reading Through My Eyes (p. 414) He thought it was a capital idea to visit the U.S. Capitol building. capital: excellent Capitol: building where government officials meet He performed his amazing feat with both feet in the air. I heard the herd as they moved into the barn
Reading Animal Defenses (p. 420)Talk About ItHow do animalsdefend themselveswhen they arescared orthreatened?
Reading Animal Defenses (p. 420)A glimpse is a quick look at something.Something that is secluded is private andout of view.Behavior refers to the way a person oranimal acts.Arroyo is the Spanish word for stream orcreek.
Reading Animal Defenses (p. 420)Arousing is stirring up or causing excitement.A person who is stunned is shocked oroverwhelmed.Something that is nestled has settled into acomfortable position.Unpleasant things are offensive orunattractive.
Language Arts Subject Pronouns (p. 342)RULESUse a subject pronoun asthe subject of a sentence. We went to the science fair on Saturday.I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subjectpronouns.
Language Arts Subject Pronouns (p. 342)Guided PracticeName the subject pronoun or pronouns in each sentence.1. We enjoyed looking at the waterwheel inventions.2. They moved water in many different ways.3. Gloria and I talked about creating our ownwaterwheel.4. She told a story about a waterwheel at an old mill.5. We looked at the other projects with the guide.
Language Arts Subject Pronouns (p. 342)Guided PracticeName the subject pronoun or pronouns in each sentence.6. He told us many facts.7. They were all very interesting.8. I made a lightning rod for the science fair last year.9. It won a small prize.10. You should see it!
Language Arts Subject Pronouns (p. 342)More PracticeExercise 11 25. Write the sentences.Writing ActivityWrite a speech that compares two ways to makebubbles. Vary the length of your sentences to makethem interesting.APPLY GRAMMAR: Underline each subject pronoun thatyou use.Use your notebook.
Language Arts Subject Pronouns (p. 342)Language Homework Practice book, page 67
Homework Summary Tuesday, March 6, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 119Math1. Practice book, page 47Language1. Practice book, page 67