What one book from the library should every child yourage read? Explain. Wednesday Donovan September 19, 2012 Ayanna Emily Andrianete Bryan Jackeline Philicia Diana Cindy Jessica Leslie Ricardo Alexis Ixza Christy Jordan Kareena David Lilah Kathy Remy Samira Alejandra Michael Yamilee Carlos Edward Leon Jeffrey Daeshawn Dariel Ericka Jose Jaileen
Morning WritingToday in 1783, theMontgolfier brotherssent up the first balloonwith live creatures onboard: a sheep, arooster, and a duck.Prompt: Why do you think the Montgolfier brothers sentup animals before they tried to go up in the balloonthemselves? Do you think it was fair? Why or why not?
Reading Davy Crockett Saves the World(p. 52)GenreA Tall Tale is a story about alargerthanlife character thatis so exaggerated you know itis not believable.Story StructurePlot and SettingAs you read, use your Plotand Setting Chart.
Plot Setting Halleys comet is hurling Near the Mississippi River toward America. almost 200 years ago.Davys decision to go toWashington means hewill try and stop Halleyscomet from hitting Earth.
Spelling Word Meanings oak1. They had an _____________ tree in their backyard. heap2. He left a large ___________ of clothes on the floor. paste3. He decided to ____________ the photos in an album.
Class WorkUse the dictionary to define the spellingwords.
Spelling HomeworkSpelling Practice Book, page 10
ELA Nouns (p. 88)RULESA noun is a word thatnames a person, place,thing, or idea.The gardener planted. (person)We visited the Tivoli Gardens. (place)I learned about some unusual plants. (thing)Their beauty amazed us. (idea)
A noun can be one word or two or morewords used together. Nouns name thingswe can see as well as things we can onlythink about, such as ideas and feelings.
Language ArtsHomework"Extra Practice" on page 156 125
Religion We are joined to Jesus Christ andto one another (p. 32) Jesus, be with us always.Class Work• Complete "We Gather" in your notebook.• Read pages 3233• Write five facts about the chapter Homework 1. How did Jesus describe the relationship between himself, his Father, and his disciples? 2. How can we help the Kingdom of God to grow?
l am the vine, you are the branches.Whoever remains in me, and I in him willbear much fruit, because without meyou can do nothingJohn 15:45
Homework Summary Wednesday, September 19, 2012Reading• Practice Book, page 8Math• "My Homework", page 4748Spelling• Practice Book, page 10Language Arts• "Extra Practice", exercise 125 on page 156Religion1. How did Jesus describe the relationship between himself, his Father, and his disciples?2. How can we help the Kingdom of God to grow?
Range: Mode:6 Median: Mean: Reward 10 Pizza Party 89 Wheel of Fun 7 Spelling 6 BrainPOP 45 Silent Snack 23 Class Work 1 No Snack