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    • If you were a flower, would you rather be planted in agarden at someones house or at a park? Explain. Carlos Wednesday Max Linder May 2, 2012 Angel Cameron Jose Brian Alan G Ramon Gia David Andres Johnny Emma Cincere Natalie Elizabeth Alan R Brianna Adolfo Joshua Roxana Ricardo Ryan Christian Christopher Sualee Nyashia Mitzy Massire Matthew Joey
    • Morning WritingThe first full week in Mayis Be Kind to AnimalsWeek. Write a poem ora paragraph thatexpresses theimportance of animals inyour life. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use loose­leaf (lined) paper. Hand in once you are finished. The work will be graded.
    • Reading ­ Juanita and the Cornstalk (p. 544)DictionaryUse a dictionary when youwant to check a Word Origin.The definition may includeinformation about the word.For example, the dictionaryentry for bedlam explains theword comes from a 16thcentury hospital in Londonthat treated people withmental illness. (see pull) bed­lam [bed­luhm] pull Origin: a popular name for the Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlehem in London, which served as a lunatic asylum.
    • ReadingA shortage occurs when there is not enoughof something.Bedlam is a state of wild uproar andconfusion.An outcast is a person not accepted byother people.
    • ReadingReflected can refer to light rays or soundsthat strike a surface and bounce back.A strategy is a plan for achieving a goal.Something that is traditional is passed downfrom parents to their children.
    • ReadingCivilization is an advanced stage of humanorganization and culture.Something complex is difficult to understandor do.
    • Reading ­ Juanita and the Cornstalk (p. 544)Reading HomeworkUse Vocabulary Words in asentence.
    • Math ­ Multiply Mixed Numbers (p. 310)How to Multiply MixedNumbersStep 1:Rename the mixed number asan improper fraction.Step 2:Cross reduce, if possibleStep 3:Multiply numerators anddenominatorsStep 4:Simplify
    • Math ­ Multiply Mixed Numbers (p. 310)How to Multiply MixedNumbersStep 1:Rename the mixed number asan improper fraction.Step 2:Cross reduce, if possibleStep 3:Multiply numerators anddenominatorsStep 4:Simplify
    • Math ­ Multiply Mixed Numbers (p. 310)How to Multiply MixedNumbersStep 1:Rename the mixed number asan improper fraction.Step 2:Cross reduce, if possibleStep 3:Multiply numerators anddenominatorsStep 4:Simplify
    • Math ­ Multiply Mixed Numbers (p. 310)How to Multiply MixedNumbersStep 1:Rename the mixed number asan improper fraction.Step 2:Cross reduce, if possibleStep 3:Multiply numerators anddenominatorsStep 4:Simplify
    • Math ­ Multiply Mixed Numbers (p. 310)Math HomeworkPractice book, page 68
    • Spelling ­ Pretest1. sweet 11. pier2. peel 12. waist3. peer 13. currant4. pole 14. presents5. poll 15. counsel6. peal 16. presence7. waste 17. council8. manner 18. stationary9. current 19. stationery10. manor 20. suite
    • Spelling ­ Word Meanings1. Wesley used the leaves of his plant to make ___________ for writingletters.2. The fruit in Weslandia was yellow in color and tasted ___________.3. Wesley helped the plant grow around a __________ to keep it fromfalling down.4. Wesley used everything that grew in Weslandia, so there was neverany __________.5. Wesleys parents heard a _________ of laughter coming from behindthe plant.6. Busy in the world of Weslandia, Wesley lost track of __________ events.7. Wesley used to be scared in the ____________ of older boys.8. The boys in the neighborhood wanted to help form a ____________ forWeslandia.9. Before creating Weslandia, Wesley always acted in a shy, quite___________.10. In his swing, Wesley was able to __________ around the corner withoutbeing seen.
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 1. Wesley used the leaves of his plant to stationery make _______________ for writing letters. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 2. The fruit in Weslandia was yellow in Sweet color and tasted ___________. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 3. Wesley helped the plant grow around a __________ to keep it from falling down. Pole Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 4. Wesley used everything that grew in Weslandia, so there was never any waste __________. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 5. Wesleys parents heard a _________ of peal laughter coming from behind the plant. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 6. Busy in the world of Weslandia, Wesley current lost track of __________ events. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 7. Wesley used to be scared in the ____________ of older boys. presence Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 8. The boys in the neighborhood wanted to help form a council ____________ for Weslandia. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 9. Before creating Weslandia, Wesley always acted in a shy, quite manner ___________. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsComplete each sentence with the correct spelling word. 10. In his swing, Wesley was able to peer __________ around the corner without being see. Write (or type) spelling word above
    • Spelling ­ Word DefinitionsSpelling HomeworkABC order ten times each.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)RULESA prepositional phrase is a group ofwords that begins with apreposition and ends with a noun orpronoun.The heart is an organ in the body.The object of a preposition is thenoun or pronoun that follows thepreposition.The heart is an organ in the body.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)A prepositional phrase can be at the beginning, in themiddle, or at the end of a sentences. A phrase is a groupof words that does not have a subject and a predicate.Beginning During exercise, our heart beats faster.Middle The heart inside your body beats regularly.End Swimming and running are examples of exercise.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)Class WorkExtra Practice 1­25 on page 495.Write each sentence and draw one lineunder each prepositional phrase.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence.1. There was a town that did without television.2. Most people in the town stopped watching TV.3. They did not watch television for a whole week.4. During that week, their lives changed.5. Some of the families started doing things together.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence.6. Some families went to museums.7. Other families worked together around the house.8. People talked with one another more often.9. Families sat at the dinner table and talked.10. Parents learned about school activities.
    • Language Arts ­ Prepositional Phrases (p. 430)Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence.11. Children went into their rooms and did homework.12. After one week, the townspeople watched TV again.13. Almost everyone waited until the last day.14. Today they look at the good television programs.15. However, they also do things away from the TV.
    • Social Studies ­ Colonists Speak Out (p. 230)Class Work• Define Vocabulary Words• Read pages 231­236• Questions 1­4 (p. 236)HomeworkReading Check questions:• page 231• page 233• page 234• page 236
    • Homework Summary ­ Wednesday, May 2, 2012Reading1. Use Vocabulary Words in a sentenceMath1. Practice book, page 68Spelling1. ABC order ten times eachSocial StudiesReading Check questions:• page 231• page 233• page 234• page 236
    • 5 Reward 10 8­9 7 6 4­5 Pizza Party Wheel of Fun Spelling BrainPOP Class Work 2­3 Silent Snack 1 No Snack
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