The first movie theater opened in New York City on April23, 1896. Would you rather watch your favorite movie atthe theater or at your own house? Explain. Carlos Max Monday Ricardo Linder April 23, 2012 Ryan Cameron Jose Cincere Brianna Ramon Alan G Gia Adolfo David Johnny Joshua Emma Andres Alan R Angel Roxana Natalie Elizabeth Christian Christopher Mitzy Matthew Sualee Nyashia Brian Massire Joey
Morning WritingThe first public school inAmerica opened on thisday in 1635. How do youthink the first day ofschool in 1635 wouldcompare to your first dayof school this year? Write neatly, skipping a line, and use looseleaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
Reading North and South Poles (p. 514)Talk About ItWhat imagescome to mindwhen you thinkabout the Northand South Pole? Picture PromptWhy would it be Look at the picture andexciting to explore respond in writing. You can write a poem, a story, or athese places? description, or use any other type of writing you like.
Reading North and South Poles (p. 514)Frigid weather is very coldIf you triumph over someone, youare victorious or successful.Dismantled means "taken apart."
Reading North and South Poles (p. 514)If a place is uninhabited, no onelives there.Labor is work.Something that is treacherous isfull of danger.
Reading North and South Poles (p. 514)An expedition is a trip forexploring or studying.If you abandon something, yougive it up or leave it forever.
Reading North and South Poles (p. 514) Reading Homework Practice book, page 149
Math Estimate Sums and Differences of Mixed Numbers (p. 280)Example Step 2 Add the roundedEstimate to solve the problem. numbers.Round each mixed Step 1number to the nearestwhole number.
Math Estimate Sums and Differences of Mixed Numbers (p. 280) Math Homework Practice book, page 64
Spelling North and South Poles Spelling Homework Spelling words ten times each
Language Arts Punctuation in Dialogue (p. 424)RULES
Language Arts Punctuation in Dialogue (p. 424)Place a question mark or an exclamationmark inside the quotation marks when it ispart of the quotation. Kelsey exclaimed, "What a strange object it is!"Place it outside the quotation marks when itis part of the entire sentence but not part ofthe quotation. Did Riley say, "Its a flying machine"?
Language Arts Punctuation in Dialogue (p. 424)More Practice1. Valerie asked, "Do you think that machine could fly?"2. "I dont know for sure," replied Riley.3. Riley added, "It was designed by William S. Henson."4. "Have you ever built a model airplane?" Valerie asked.5. "No," exclaimed Kelsey, "but it would be fun!"
Language Arts Punctuation in Dialogue (p. 424) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 84
Homework Summary Monday, April 23, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 149Math1. Practice book, page 64Spelling1. Spelling words, ten times eachLanguage Arts1. Practice book, page 84
Range: Mode:5 Median: Mean: Reward 10 Pizza Party 89 Wheel of Fun 7 Spelling 6 BrainPOP 45 Class Work 23 Silent Snack 1 No Snack