Writing Journal: Pretend that you are a Christmas tree, and it is the week before Christmas. What do you see going on around you? How do you feel? Explain. 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
You wake up to a snow-coveredground and learn school is closed.Write a schedule showing whatyou will do this day. Be sure toinclude the times you will startand finish each activity.Use loose leaf (lined)paper and hand in onceyou are finished. I will mark it as a grade.
Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265)ComprehensionGenreHistorical Fiction tells a story in which fictional characters take part in actual historical events with real people from the past.Read to Find OutWhat was it like to be a child in Boston at thetime of the Revolutionary War?
Reading - Sleds on Boston Common (page 265) Text Clues Conclusions Henrys father The children told his children would be more to "look sharp but alert as they walk dont look like among the youre looking" barracks; they when they went want to help the to the Common. patriots.
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. 1. The play is tonight.3. Our club organized the event. 2. Lance and Pam are the singers.4. The scenery is spectacular. 3. Our club organized the event.5. I play the part of a prince. 4. The scenery is spectacular. 5. I play the part of a prince.
Homework Summary Friday, December 16, 2011Secret Santa1. Gifts are due on MondaySpelling1. Test on MondayMath1. Test on TuesdayHave a great weekend!