Pretend that you are an earthworm crawling through theground when suddenly a rain shower begins to soak theground. Write about what happens next. Tuesday April 3, 2012 Joey Johnny Ramon JoseGia Ryan David Carlos Cincere Cameron Linder Emma Roxana Andres Alan R Brianna Adolfo Natalie Angel Max Brian Joshua Mitzy Matthew Christopher Nyashia Elizabeth Sualee Ricardo Alan G Massire Christian
Morning Writing April is National Humor Month. Imagine what life would be like if everyone in the world were always serious. Do you think this would be a positive thing? Explain. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use looseleaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
Reading Trickster Tales (p. 483)Talk About ItA trickster is a characterwho fools others to getwhat he or she wants.Whom do you think thewolf in this photograph istrying to fool? Picture Prompt: Look at the picture and respond in writing. You can write a poem, a story, or a description, or use any other type of writing you like.
Reading Trickster Tales (p. 483) A riverbank is the ground bordering a river. sentenceDuring our hike along the Ohio River, we picnicked ona grassy riverbank.
Reading Trickster Tales (p. 483) Wares are goods for sale. sentence Small booths displayed the wares of craftspeople.
Math Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators (p. 262)How to Add (Subtract) Fractions withUnlike Denominators:Step 1Find the Least CommonDenominator (LCD) of thefractions. Step 2 Rename the fractions with the LCD Step 3 Add (Subtract) the numerators. Step 4 Simplify.
Math Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators (p. 262)PracticeAdd or subtract. Write your answer in simplest form.Exercise 11 35 on page 264
Math Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators (p. 262) Math Homework Practice book, page 57
Spelling Word Sorts Two Syllables Three Syllables ence ance ambulance absence performance attendance hesitance Three Syllables assistance ence ignorance residence dependence radiance persistence appearance reluctance Two Syllables importance ance disturbancebrilliance distancebalance resistance substance
Spelling Word Sorts Spelling HomeworkABC Order, five times each
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)RULESAn adverb is a wordthat tells more about averb, an adjective, oranother adverb. Our family drove slowly to the zoo. Highway safety is a very big problem. Dad always drives extremely carefully.
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)RULESAn adverb can tellhow, when, or wherean action takes place. We waited outside for the gates to open. (where)
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)An adverb is a word that tells more aboutthe verb in a sentence. An adverb can tellhow, when, or where an action takes place. How: Many people waited quietly. When: The gates opened early. Where: The people bought their tickets inside.
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)Guided PracticeName the adverb in each sentence. Tell which verb each adverbdescribes. 1. I happily watched the polar bears. 2. A polar bear cub lurked nearby. 3. The bear cub looked curiously at me. 4. Another polar bear floated lazily in the water. 5. I always enjoy watching the bears.
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)More PracticeDraw a line under the adverb in each sentence. Draw two lines under theverb it describes. 6. Justin ran quickly to the penguins pond. 7. The penguins played happily. 8. A crowd gathered nearby. 9. The penguins dove gracefully into the water. 10. The people clapped loudly.
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416)Writing Activity A StoryWrite a story about an experience that couldhave happened to some friends at the zoo.Use timeorder words to organize the events.APPLY GRAMMAR: Underline the adverbs thatyou use.
Language Arts Adverbs (p. 416) Language Arts Homework Practice book, page 80
Social Studies The Middle Colonies (p. 186)Class Work• Read pages 186191• Vocabulary Words definition• Questions 16 on page 191HomeworkReading Check questions:• page 187• page 188• page 189• page 191
Homework Summary Tuesday, April 3, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 140Math1. Practice book, page 572. Study for quizSpelling1. ABC order five times eachLanguage1. Practice book, page 80Social Studies1. Reading Check questions on page 187, 188, 189, 191
Range: Mode:Median: Mean:Reward10 Pizza Party89 Wheel of Fun7 Spelling6 BrainPOP45 Class Work23 Silent Snack1 No Snack