Parents please talk to your child about their responsibilty in school. Thank You.
I have the responsibility:
to obey school and classroom rules.
to treat adults and peers with respect.
to listen and not talk when the teacher is talking.
to not distract others from learning.
Reading: Read for 30 minutes from your book bag every night. Use your storywheel if it is a fiction story and answer the questions in complete sentences. List the books read on your reading list. Then, choose one book to write a summary about on your sheet each day.
Writing: Choose a topic off your bingo board to write about in your nightly journal.
Spelling List: large, lead, leaf, learn, led, left, lift, line, listen, lost, march, mark, matter, middle, most, mouth, neck, nice, nine, nothing
1.Monday-Trace each word 3 times with your favorite 3 colors. Clap and say each word count how many syllables there are.
2.Tuesday-Look up each word in the dictionary and write what part of speech it is (adjective, adverb, noun, verb, etc.).
3.Wednesday-Use 9 of the words in a paragraph.
4. Thursday-Write each word backward
5. Thursday-Write each word 3 times
Math:Time yourself on the practice multiplication test. Practice your addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts on Mr. Myers.com. Use your math bags to practice your multiplication and division flashcards. Use the whiteboard to write story problems or do long division. Use the playing cards to play multiplication top-it or any other top it game. Roll the dice to add, subtract, multiply, or divide.
Science:Read E1 to E13. Do the Think and Write questions on E13. Reading Objective: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the conventions trait in writing by identifying each rule about commas.
SWD application of comma usage in conventions by showing in writing a grocery store scene and editing the mistakes.SWD application of the conventions trait by doing a 10 minute free write and include one list of 3 or more things and then edit and add commas where needed.Students will demonstrate application of ideas trait by revising for details with a partner and ask 3 questions that the writing piece did not answer and use the questions as a guide.SWD application of the conventions trait by peer editing a piece of writing from their writing binder.SWD comprehension of organization trait by restating or summarizing the most important idea in their conclusion.SWD application of sentence fluency trait by writing 5 sentences using similes.SWD application of the organization trait by composing some of their own good leads using figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, or hyperbole). SWD knowledge of the different sentence types by identifying which type of sentence it is based on the punctuation and how you read it aloud. SWD application of sentence fluency by writing a song about the weather and varying their sentences.SWD comprehension of presentation in writing by describing menus, brochures, and posters to consider the form of their writing and understand the visual elements that make their pieces engaging and easy to read.
Writing Objective: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly. Introduce a topic clearly and group related information in paragraphs and sections; including formatting (e.g. headings), illustrations, and multimedia when useful to aiding comprehension. W.4.02a
Math Objective: Recoginize a line of symmetry for a two dimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify line symmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry. Generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself.
Science Objective: Compare and contrast the states (solids, liquids, gases) of matter. P.PM.04.23 Measure the weight and mass of objects. P.PM.04.16 Measure volumes of liquids and capacity of containers in milliliters and liters. P.PM.04.17 Demonstrate the use of centimeter cubes to estimate a containers capacity.P.PM.04.18 Explain how matter can change from one state (liquid, solid, gas) to another by heating or cooling.P.CM.04.11