Imagine that dogs and cats have thumbs. With this newaddition, what would be different about having a dogor cat as a pet? Explain. Wednesday March 6, 2013 Bryan Donovan Emily Ayanna Ixza Jordan LeslieJaileenRemyRicardo Samira Alexis Kareena Kathy Philicia Michael Adrianette Jessica Yamilee Lilah Diana Alejandra Christy Carlos David Edward Leon Jeffrey
Morning WorkDO NOW:Write the x8Times Table tentimes.
ReadingAim: Trickster Tales (p. 482)Talk About It: A trickster isa character who foolsothers to get what he orshe wants. Whom do you think the wolf in thisphotograph is trying to fool?Picture Prompt: Look at the picture andrespond in writing. Write two paragraphs (35sentences each).
A riverbank is the ground bordering a river.Wares are goods for sale.A treasurer keeps track of money cominginto or going out of a business.Merchandise refers to goods, or things, thatare bought and sold.
Educate means "to train or teach."Burdens are things that are carried.Appreciation is gratitude or thanks.Something unfortunate is unlucky orregrettable.
appreciation burdens educate merchandise riverbank treasurer unfortunate wares1. The log went across the river, from one ______ to the other.2. The new ______ at the retail store was selling well.3. Some craftsmen brought their handcrafted ______ to sell at the flea market.4. In ______ of their support, the artisans gave the patrons free crafts.5. The heavy ______ they carried kept them from walking fast.6. It was not an ______ accident when the calabash broke.7. This tale was used to ______ young people about honesty.8. The ______ was going to collect tax money for the king.
ReadingAim: Anansi and CommonSense (p. 484)Analogies help you see therelationship between words.If you know the relationshipbetween one pair of words,you can figure out the meaning of anunfamiliar word in the second pair of words.For example, happy is to mournful asfortunate is to unfortunate.
Clues Authors Purpose Anansi was To inform greedyHe wants to sell common To entertain sense. He tries toclimb the tree with the To instructcalabash on his chest. Little girl gives him common To instruct sense, which he ignores. The calabash breaks, scattering To instruct common sense.
ReadingAim: The Catch of the Day(p. 486)A Play is a story told throughdialogue that is intended tobe performed.
yams: thick, starchy, orange vegetablesjambo: a word that people in West Africause to greet one another; hellolures: artificial types of bait used in fishingtrickster: a character known for clevernessand for deceiving or outwitting others
Reading HomeworkWrite a sentence using theVocabulary and Story words.
MathAim: Check My Progress(p. 409)Lesson:• Complete questions• 114 on pages 409410.Homework:• Study for exam tomorrow (lessons 15)
Language ArtsAim: Pronouns, Contractions,and Homophones• Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings.• Its, their, and your are possessive pronouns.• Its, theyre, and youre are contractions meaning it is, they are, and you are.• Do not confuse possessive pronouns with contractions that sound the same.
Language ArtsLesson:• Complete Grammar Practice book, page 121.• Guided Practice 15, page 354• More Practice 615, page 355Homework:• Extra Practice, page 412 125
Social StudiesAim: Americans and theRevolution (p. 268)Lesson:• Define Vocabulary words• Read pages 268273• Write FIVE (5) facts about the lesson.Homework:• Answer questions 16 on page 273. Write the questions in your notebook!
ScienceAim: What Are Kinetic andPotential Energy (p. 470)Lesson:• Define Vocabulary words• Read pages 472477• Write FIVE (5) facts about the lesson.Homework:• Answer questions 16 on page 477. Write the questions in your notebook!
Homework Summary for Monday March 5, 2013ReadingPractice book, page 140Math"My Homework" pages 407408SpellingWrite a sentence using each spelling word.Religion1. What are the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit?2. How do the gifts of the Holy Spirit help us?