Writing Journal: Imagine that while everyone was sleeping last night, an elf came into your classroom. Why did he come? What did he do? Describe what happened to your classroom. Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Alan Cincere Ricardo Ramon NatalieChristian Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Angel Matthew Linder Brian Crystal Christopher Ryan Sualee Alan
Write the 3 times table 10 times. Use the format below: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 303 x 1 = 3 __ x 3 = 33 x 2 = 6 x 3 = 63 x 3 = 9 x 3 = 93 x 4 = 12 x 3 = 123 x 5 = 15 x 3 = 153 x 6 = 18 x 3 = 183 x 7 = 21 x 3 = 213 x 8 = 24 x 3 = 243 x 9 = 27 x 3 = 273 x 10 = 30 x 3 = 30
Reading - Letters from the Revolution (page 262)Word FamiliesKnowing about WordFamilies can increaseyour vocabulary.A prefix or suffixadded to a baseword can change itsmeaning. For example, unpatriotic and patriotism have patriot as a base word but each word means something different.
Reading - Letters from the Revolution (page 262)Make Inferences and AnalyzeDraw ConclusionsTo draw conclusions, you make inferences about two or more piecesof information from a story and arrive at a new understanding of acharacter or event.A Conclusions Chart can help you use information in the story todraw a conclusion.Use your Conclusions Chart as you reread the selection.
Reading - Letters from the Revolution (page 262) Text Clues Conclusions It is before the American The date is 1772. Revolution. Thomas, the cousin in England, is One cousin is in England and the worried about Richard in other is in Rhode Island. America. The cousins are discussing rebellion against the King of Richard views the rebels as England. Richard calls the courageous. governor "our leader." Richard views the rebel governor Richard will join the American with admiration. Revolution. It takes over 2 months for a letter Life moved at a slower pace in the to get overseas. 18th century.
Reading - Letters from the Revolution (page 262) Reading Homework Practice book, page 76
Math - Divide Decimals by Decimals (page 130) How do we do a decimal division problem like 6.85 divided by .5?STEP 1Move the decimals to the right on bothuntil you are dividing BY a whole number.STEP 2 .5 6.85Divide as with whole numbers, just likebefore!
Math - Divide Decimals by Decimals (page 130) Math Homework Textbook, page 132Exercises 8-10, 15-17, 27
Spelling - Word Sorts V/CV Vowel / Consonant, Vowel pattern VC/V Vowel, Consonant / Vowel patternWhen the vowel sound in the first syllable islong, divide the word after vowel: lo cal.When the vowel sound in the first syllable isshort, divide the word after the consonant:pan ic.
Spelling - Word SortsSort each spelling word by determining if it follows the V/VCpattern or the VC/V pattern. Write each word in the correctcolumn.V/CV Pattern VC/V Pattern1. 1.2. 2.3. 3.4. 4.5. 5.6. 6.7. 220.127.116.11.11.12.13.
Language - Linking Verbs (page 186)Think and WriteVerbsHow does knowing aboutlinking verbs help you writebetter sentences? Writeyour ideas in your journal. Rules A linking verb links the subject to a noun or adjective. Linking verbs do not show action. Subjects and linking verbs must agree.
Language - Linking Verbs (page 186)The noun that follows a linking verb renamesor identifies the subject. subject LV noun Ms. Osorio is our teacher.
Language - Linking Verbs (page 186)The adjective that follows a linking verbdescribes the subject subject LV adjective The choir seems large.
Language - Linking Verbs (page 186) Write each sentence. Draw a line between the complete subject and predicate. Underline each noun. Circle each linking verb.1. The play is tonight.2. Lance and Pam are the singers.3. Our club organized the event.4. The scenery is spectacular.5. I play the part of a prince.
Language - Linking Verbs (page 186) Language Homework Write a television newscastabout a special event at our your school. Make sure your sentences flow together. APPLY GRAMMAR: Draw one line under each linking verb.
Social Studies - Chapter 3 Review (pages 142-143)Fill in the missing information in these paragraphs aboutEuropean exploration of the Americas. Use the termsand names below to help you complete the paragraphsfor each lesson.Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4technology isthmus missionaries St. Lawrence Riverbenefits Ferdinand Magellan grants mutinynavigation Amerigo Vespucci conquistadors Northwest Passage
Homework Summary Wednesday, December 14, 2011Reading1. Practice book, page 76Math1. Textbook, page 1322. Exercises 810, 1517, 27Social Studies1. Study for exam tomorrow (chapter 3)