Writing Journal: Pretend that your teacher has asked you to teach a lesson on table manners to a kindergarten class in your school. Write five dos and donts that you can share with them. Brianna Johnny Mitzy Joshua Roxana Joey Emma Max Nyashia Eric Cincere Ricardo Ramon Natalie Alan Jose Gia Adolfo David Andres Massire CameronElizabeth Carlos Linder Brian Christian Christopher Angel Matthew Ryan Sualee Alan
Writing ActivityFebruary is NationalChildrens DentalHealth Month. Writethe words to a shortsong that encourageschildren to brush theirteeth every day. Write neatly, skipping a line, and use your notebook. Draw an image as well.
Reading Fluency I stepped to the long handle, so hard and smooth in my hand, and pulled down. A soft creaking noise filled the silence. Everyone watched without speaking a word. But not a drop fell. I pulled again and a second soft creeeeak was surrounded by stillness something rare in our village. Out gushed a stream of clear water. As if a spell had been broken, a sudden cheer filled the air and drums began beating.
Reading Drawing Conclusions When drawing conclusions we use logical reasoning to think about and consider different pieces of information we have read.
Reading Drawing Conclusions To draw a conclusion, we should look for two or more facts or details the author provides about a character or event. Based on this information, we should use logical reasoning to draw a conclusion.
Reading Drawing Conclusions We should ask ourselves if the conclusion we have drawn makes sense. As we continue reading, we think about whether any new information might make us revise our conclusions.
Reading Drawing Conclusions In My GreatGrandmothers Gourd, we can immediately conclude that getting water is important to Fatimas village.
Reading Drawing Conclusions Why is water so important to the people in Fatimas Village?
Reading Drawing Conclusions Why do the villagers stop laughing at Grandmother when Fatima joins her to prepare the baobab tree?
Reading Drawing Conclusions At the end of the story, why do the villagers decide to prepare their trees for the rains?
Reading More Than Sand (p. 350)Nonfiction ArticleNonfiction Articles explaininformation about real people,living things, places, situations,or events.Text FeatureA Process Diagram is adrawing that shows howsomething changes over time
Reading More Than Sand (p. 350)When a liquid evaporates, it turns into a gasand enters the air.Precipitation is moisture that falls to Earth asrain, snow, hail, or sleet.Nomads are people who move often fromplace to place.
Reading More Than Sand (p. 350) Reading Homework Practice book, page 100 Study for reading quiz tomorrow
Math Sampling (p. 178)Have you ever been askedto take part in a survey?Why do you think surveys usesamples from populations?Class WorkSample Scramble
Science Melting and Boiling Points (p. 450)DoubleBar GraphMake a bar graph to compare andcontrast these elements.Element Melting Point Boiling PointLead 327 1751Calcium 839 1494Sodium 98 881Phosphorus 44 280
Science Melting and Boiling Points (p. 450) Science Homework Golds melting point is 1065 degrees Celsius. Use this data to make a bar graph for gold like the graph on page 450. What does the graph tell you.
Religion Chapter 10 Review (p. 128)ReviewReview the definitions asthey are presented inthe chapters Key Wordsboxes:• Passover (p. 121)• Eucharist (p. 121)• sacrifice (p. 123)• Real Presence (p. 125)
Religion Chapter 10 Review (p. 128)We Believe StatementsReview the four statements: In the Eucharist, we celebrate and receive Jesus Christ. The Eucharist is a memorial, a meal, and a sacrifice. We recognize Jesus in the breaking of the bread. Jesus is the Bread of Life.
Religion Chapter 10 Review (p. 128)How does receiving the Euchariststrengthen you?Make a blog about it on thecomputer screen.
Homework Summary Thursday, February 9, 2012Reading1. Practice book, page 1002. Study for quiz tomorrow.Math1. Quiz on MondayLanguage Arts1. Quiz on MondayReligion1. Computer Blog handout2. Quiz tomorrowScienceGolds melting point is 1065 degrees Celsius.1. Use this data to make a bar graph for gold like the graph on page 450.2. What does the graph tell you?D.E.A.R. Time1. Bring a book