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  • 1. List as many words as you can that rhyme with spring. Usethe list to create the message for a greeting card thatwishes someone a happy spring. Jose Tuesday Linder April 24, 2012 Andres Ryan Emma Cameron Ramon Adolfo Cincere David Angel Brianna GiaNatalie Alan G Alan R Mitzy Elizabeth Christian Christopher Max Matthew Joshua Nyashia Brian Johnny Sualee Ricardo Roxana Massire Carlos Joey
  • 2. Morning WritingImagine that youcould take a trip toany planet in oursolar system. Whichplanet would youmost like to visit?Which planet wouldyou least like to visit?Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
  • 3. Reading ­ Ice and More Ice (p. 516)Word PartsBy breaking down anunfamiliar word into parts,such as the Root, the Prefix,at the beginning of the wordand the Suffix, at the end ofthe word you can figure outits definition. For example,uninhabited (un­inhabit­ed)means "not lived in."
  • 4. Reading ­ Ice and More Ice (p. 516)Generate Questions ProblemProblem and SolutionsA Problem and SolutionMap helps you ask Attempts Outcomesquestions to figure outproblems and solutions in aselection. Reread "Ice andMore Ice" and use yourProblem and Solution Mapto identify problems thewriter presents and the Solutionactions that are taken tosolve them.
  • 5. Signal Words SO as a result consequently
  • 6. Reading ­ Ice and More Ice (p. 516) Problem Explorers of the Arctic face many problems due to the regions harsh climate. Attempts OutcomePearys expedition moved in packs to When Henson slipped into a lead, avoid lanes of water called "leads." Ootah rescued him. Attempts Outcome Pearys team slept in groups in case One member saved the team when leads opened up at night. an ice island formed. Attempts OutcomeThey built igloos to protect themselves Sometimes the wind would dismantle from the harsh wind. the igloos. Solution By working as a team, Peary and Henson finally made it to the North Pole.
  • 7. Reading ­ Ice and More Ice (p. 516) Reading Homework Practice book, page 150
  • 8. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 9. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 10. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 11. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 12. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 13. Math ­ Review for Exam (p. 287)Class Work• Exercise 1­24 (p. 287)• Exercise 1­16 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­8 (p. 288)• Exercise 1­12 (p. 289)• Exercise 1­19 (p. 289)Homework• Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)• Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)
  • 14. Spelling ­ North and South Poles1. margin 11. damage2. jolt 12. ranger3. surge 13. jumble4. plunge 14. luggage5. jigsaw 15. baggage6. legend 16. dodge7. ridge 17. challenge8. budge 18. journal9. lodge 19. judgment10. agent 20. knowledge
  • 15. Spelling ­ Word SortsWords with Soft g• The letter g can stand for villagethe /g/ sound in gallop. This word has the VCCV• The letter g usually makes pattern, so the syllables dividethe /j/ sound when followed between the doubleby the vowels e, i, or y, such consonants.as page, region, gym. pull In the second syllable, I see• The letter combination dge that the letter g is followed byalso makes a soft g or /j/ the letter e, so it has the /j/ sound.sound, as in the word edge. When I sound out the syllables, I get /vil/ /lij/.
  • 16. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. ­dge ridge tap here when done ­ge j­ ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 17. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge challenge j­ ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 18. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­ ­ge ­gi margin write word here:
  • 19. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­Jolt ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 20. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge knowledge ­ge j­ ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 21. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­ ­ge agent ­gi write word here:
  • 22. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge plunge j­ ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 23. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­ Jumble ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 24. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­ ­ge Ranger ­gi write word here:
  • 25. Spelling ­ Word SortsSort each spelling word by finding the sound and spelling pattern towhich it belongs. tap here when done ­dge ­ge j­ ­ge ­gi write word here:
  • 26. Spelling ­ Word Sorts Spelling Homework ABC order, ten times each
  • 27. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 426)RULES Write five sentences about music. Use an adverb in each sentence.
  • 28. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 426)1. Tyrone and his family regularly go to outdoor concerts.2. A pop music concert was recently held at the park.3. People always take a picnic basket to the concert.4. Tyrone happily carries the basket of food.5. The concerts are held nearby.6. Tyones family will thoroughly enjoy themselves.7. His father listens more closely than he does.
  • 29. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 426)8. Tyrones mother really likes the music.9. She thinks the tempo is very upbeat.10. His mother eagerly awaits the next concert.
  • 30. Language Arts ­ Mixed Review (p. 426) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 85
  • 31. Religion ­ In the Sacrament of Penance we trust in Godsmercy (p. 188)Class Work• Define Key Words• Read pages 188­189• Answer the We Gather• Write your Act of Contrition• Answer the We RespondHomework1. What is an Act ofContrition?2. What does the Sacramentof Penance help us to do?
  • 32. Religion ­ Worship Songs LORD YOU ARE Lord, you are More precious than silver Lord, you are More costly than gold Lord, you are More beautiful than diamonds And nothing that I desire Compares with you
  • 33. Religion ­ Worship Songs FATHER WE ADORE YOU Father we adore you Lay our lives before you How we love you Jesus... Spirit...
  • 34. Religion ­ Worship Songs ONLY IN GOD Only in God is my soul at Only in God is found rest safety, In Him come my salvation When the enemy pursues He only is my rock me My strength and my Only in God is found glory salvation When I am found weak and found lonely My stronghold, my savior I shall not be afraid at all. My stronghold, my savior My stronghold, my savior I shall not be afraid at all. I shall not be moved. My stronghold, my savior I shall not be moved.
  • 35. Homework Summary ­ Tuesday, April 24, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 150Math1. Exercise 3­22 (p. 290)2. Exercise 28­31 (p. 291)Spelling1. ABC Order, ten times eachLanguage Arts1. Practice book, page 85Religion1. What is an Act of Contrition?2. What does the Sacrament of Penance help us to do?
  • 36. Range: Mode:6 Median: Mean: Reward 10 Pizza Party 8­9 Wheel of Fun 7 Spelling 6 BrainPOP 4­5 Class Work 2­3 Silent Snack 1 No Snack
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