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Important notices:

Here is our class prep schedule. It is early in year, there just might be a change or two.

I'll surely let you know:

Class 2-110's Weekly Prep Schedule (2018-2019)

Monday - Gym with Mrs. MaGuire (10:05 - 10:50)

Tuesday - Gym with Mr. Jones (1:40 - 2:25)

Wednesday - S.T.E.A.M. with Ms. Incorvaia (9:15 - 10:00)

Thursday - Art with Ms. Judge-Patton (1:40 - 2:25)

Friday - Music with Ms. Francis (8:25 - 9:10)

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Latest updated homework

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Important notices:

Here is our class prep schedule. It is early in year, there just might be a change or two.

I'll surely let you know:

Class 2-110's Weekly Prep Schedule (2018-2019)

Monday - Gym with Mrs. MaGuire (10:05 - 10:50)

Tuesday - Gym with Mr. Jones (1:40 - 2:25)

Wednesday - S.T.E.A.M. with Ms. Incorvaia (9:15 - 10:00)

Thursday - Art with Ms. Judge-Patton (1:40 - 2:25)

Friday - Music with Ms. Francis (8:25 - 9:10)

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Latest updated homework

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**Wednesday, April 17th:**

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Write a letter to a character in your book.

Math - Problems of the night:

1. A string is about 6 centimeters long. Draw a pencil that is

about 12 inches long.

2. A marker is about 13 centimeters long. The marker's length ends between

which two centimeter marks on a ruler? Explain your answer...

Reading Log

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Tuesday, April 16th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Write a letter to a character in your book.

Math - Problems of the night:

1. A string is about 6 centimeters long. Draw a pencil that is

about 12 inches long.

2. A marker is about 13 centimeters long. The marker's length ends between

which two centimeter marks on a ruler? Explain your answer...

Reading Log

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Tuesday, April 16th:

**Math - Problems of the Night:**

1. Which is longer? A pencil or a ruler. Explain how you

know that your answer is correct.

2. Sally will measure the length of a wall in centimeters

and meters. Will there be fewer centimeters or meters?

Reading Log

1. Which is longer? A pencil or a ruler. Explain how you

know that your answer is correct.

2. Sally will measure the length of a wall in centimeters

and meters. Will there be fewer centimeters or meters?

Reading Log

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Monday, April 15th:

Reading- Compare the story, The Paper Boy

with another story about a child doing

a job. How are they alike? How are

they different?

Math - Pages 613 and 614 in your textbook

- Buy a metric ruler if you don't have one yet for your homework

Reading Log

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Friday, April 12th:

Reading / writing - Make a new ending for the story,

"A Pair of Red Clogs"

Math - Review chapter 8 strategies

for Monday's chapter test

Reading Log

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Thursday, April 11th:

Reading - Write about your favorite place to

read at home.

Math - Pages 593 and 594 in your textbook

Reading Log

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Wednesday, April 10th:

Math - Page 586 in your textbook

Science - Reread lesson 6, pages A38 to A43

Answer questions 1 to 3 on page A43

Reading Log

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Tuesday, April 9th:

Reading Task - Read a book for 30 minutes. What is the main

character trait found in the text? Use details

from the text to support your answer.

Math - Problem of the Night:

1. My piece of yarn is 4 feet long. Your

piece is 4 inches long. Who has the

longer piece of yarn. Explain.

Reading Log

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Monday, April 8th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. If you could step

into the book, what's the first thing that you'd

do?

Math - Problems of the Night

1. Make 5:45 two ways.

2. Describe how you could draw a diagram for

a problem about finding the total length for two

strings, 13 inches and 6 inches long.

Reading Log

Monday, April 15th:

Reading- Compare the story, The Paper Boy

with another story about a child doing

a job. How are they alike? How are

they different?

Math - Pages 613 and 614 in your textbook

- Buy a metric ruler if you don't have one yet for your homework

Reading Log

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Friday, April 12th:

Reading / writing - Make a new ending for the story,

"A Pair of Red Clogs"

Math - Review chapter 8 strategies

for Monday's chapter test

Reading Log

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Thursday, April 11th:

Reading - Write about your favorite place to

read at home.

Math - Pages 593 and 594 in your textbook

Reading Log

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Wednesday, April 10th:

Math - Page 586 in your textbook

Science - Reread lesson 6, pages A38 to A43

Answer questions 1 to 3 on page A43

Reading Log

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Tuesday, April 9th:

Reading Task - Read a book for 30 minutes. What is the main

character trait found in the text? Use details

from the text to support your answer.

Math - Problem of the Night:

1. My piece of yarn is 4 feet long. Your

piece is 4 inches long. Who has the

longer piece of yarn. Explain.

Reading Log

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Monday, April 8th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. If you could step

into the book, what's the first thing that you'd

do?

Math - Problems of the Night

1. Make 5:45 two ways.

2. Describe how you could draw a diagram for

a problem about finding the total length for two

strings, 13 inches and 6 inches long.

Reading Log

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**Friday, April 5th**

Reading - Complete activity sheet

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Which tool is better to measure the length of a marker.

An inch ruler or a meter stick? Why?

2. Use an inch ruler. measure 5 different books.

What is the total length of the books?

Reading Log

Reading - Complete activity sheet

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Which tool is better to measure the length of a marker.

An inch ruler or a meter stick? Why?

2. Use an inch ruler. measure 5 different books.

What is the total length of the books?

Reading Log

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**Thursday, April 4th:**

Reading - Read a nonfiction text. What can you learn

from the maps, charts, illustrations, graphs,

timelines, tables, or diagrams included in

the text?

Math - pages 563 and 564 in your textbook

Reading Log

Reading - Read a nonfiction text. What can you learn

from the maps, charts, illustrations, graphs,

timelines, tables, or diagrams included in

the text?

Math - pages 563 and 564 in your textbook

Reading Log

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Wednesday, April 3rd:

Math - 557 and 558

Reading - Read a nonfiction book. What questions

about the subject does the book make you

think of?

Wednesday, April 3rd:

Math - 557 and 558

Reading - Read a nonfiction book. What questions

about the subject does the book make you

think of?

**Reading Log**

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**Tuesday, April 2nd:**

Math - pages 551 and 552 in textbook

Math - pages 551 and 552 in textbook

**Science - Study for tomorrow's test**

Reading Log

Reading Log

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**Monday, April 1st:**

Reading - Read a nonfiction book for 30 minutes. Write down the

text features that you can find.

Math - Problem of the Night:

Mr. Mitch has a piece of string that is 19 inches long. He cuts

off 2 pieces that are each 6 inches long. How many inches long is

the yarn now?

Reading - Read a nonfiction book for 30 minutes. Write down the

text features that you can find.

Math - Problem of the Night:

Mr. Mitch has a piece of string that is 19 inches long. He cuts

off 2 pieces that are each 6 inches long. How many inches long is

the yarn now?

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**Friday, March 29th**

Science - Write about your favorite planet in the solar system.

Use information about the planet along with a reason(s)

why you chose that particular planet.

Math- Pages 531 and 532 in your textbook

Reading Log

Science - Write about your favorite planet in the solar system.

Use information about the planet along with a reason(s)

why you chose that particular planet.

Math- Pages 531 and 532 in your textbook

Reading Log

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**Thursday, March 28th:**

Reading-

Write a thank you letter to the author of the book

Adam Auerbach. Tell what you liked best about the story.

Math-

Page 522 in your textbook

Reading Log

Reading-

Write a thank you letter to the author of the book

__The Three Vikings__Adam Auerbach. Tell what you liked best about the story.

Math-

Page 522 in your textbook

Reading Log

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**Wednesday, March 27th:**

Reading- Write a paragraph about a story

where a character has a change of heart.

Is the change important to the story?

Explain why...

Math - Page 519 in your math textbook

Reading- Write a paragraph about a story

where a character has a change of heart.

Is the change important to the story?

Explain why...

Math - Page 519 in your math textbook

**Reading Log**

***** Bring a lunch from home

for tomorrow's field trip *****

***** Bring a lunch from home

for tomorrow's field trip *****

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**Tuesday, March 26th:**

Reading - Read a book of choice for 30 minutes. Is there a change of heart?

What was the character like before the change? What was the character

after the change? Write about it.

Social Studies - Write about some neighborhood and city laws that you

and your family follow every day. ( 3 or more, please)

draw and color a picture please.

Reading - Read a book of choice for 30 minutes. Is there a change of heart?

What was the character like before the change? What was the character

after the change? Write about it.

Social Studies - Write about some neighborhood and city laws that you

and your family follow every day. ( 3 or more, please)

draw and color a picture please.

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**Monday, March 25, 2019**

Reading- Read a chapter or the whole book.

What do think it will happen next?

Math- You buy $3.50 worth of candy. You give the store worker

a $5.00 bill. How much change do you get back?

(show your work)

Reading Log

Reading- Read a chapter or the whole book.

What do think it will happen next?

Math- You buy $3.50 worth of candy. You give the store worker

a $5.00 bill. How much change do you get back?

(show your work)

Reading Log

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**Friday, March 22nd:**

math - Pages 501 and 502 in your

textbook.

science- Read pages A-22 to A-25.

Answer questoins 1 to 3 on page

A-25.

Reading Log

math - Pages 501 and 502 in your

textbook.

science- Read pages A-22 to A-25.

Answer questoins 1 to 3 on page

A-25.

Reading Log

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**Thursday, March 21st:**

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. You have $1.10 and you spend 75 cents on a toy. How much

change will you get back?

2. I have a dollar bill, 2 quarters, a dime, and a penny. How

much money do I have?

Social Studies - Re-read Lesson 4, pages 184 to 189. Answer questions

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. You have $1.10 and you spend 75 cents on a toy. How much

change will you get back?

2. I have a dollar bill, 2 quarters, a dime, and a penny. How

much money do I have?

Social Studies - Re-read Lesson 4, pages 184 to 189. Answer questions

**1 to 4 on page 189**

**Reading Log**

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**Wednesday, March 20th:**

Reading - Respond to this prompt with a paragraph:

What does friendship look like, sound like, etc...

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Mr. Jones has two dollars in coins.

Draw and label the coins he could have.

2. How many 10's are in 250? (show your work)

Reading Log

Reading - Respond to this prompt with a paragraph:

What does friendship look like, sound like, etc...

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Mr. Jones has two dollars in coins.

Draw and label the coins he could have.

2. How many 10's are in 250? (show your work)

Reading Log

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**Tuesday, March 19th:**

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. What makes you

wonder in this book? What confuses you?

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. What makes you

wonder in this book? What confuses you?

**Math -**

1. Miles has a quarter, a dime, and a nickel. Draw more coins

1. Miles has a quarter, a dime, and a nickel. Draw more coins

**to show $1.00**

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**Monday, March 18th:**

Math - Show 88 cents two different ways

Reading Log

Math - Show 88 cents two different ways

Reading Log

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**Friday, March 15th:**

**Reading - Use a venn diagram to compare and contrast Tomie DePaola's**

"The Art Lesson" and "Beatrix Potter"

Math - Problem of the Night...

1. Mr. fields used 4 coins to buy a book 40 cents. Draw coins

to show 2 ways to pay 40 cents with 4 coins.

2. Write 18 tens as hundreds and tens.

Reading Log

"The Art Lesson" and "Beatrix Potter"

Math - Problem of the Night...

1. Mr. fields used 4 coins to buy a book 40 cents. Draw coins

to show 2 ways to pay 40 cents with 4 coins.

2. Write 18 tens as hundreds and tens.

Reading Log

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**Thursday, March 14th:**

Science - Page D-41, questions 1 to 3

Math -- Problems of the Night:

1. John has 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny.

He spends 1 quarter. How much money does he

have left?

(draw coins and show your work)

Science - Page D-41, questions 1 to 3

Math -- Problems of the Night:

1. John has 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny.

He spends 1 quarter. How much money does he

have left?

(draw coins and show your work)

**2. Draw coins in two ways to show 57 cents.**

Reading Log

Reading Log

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**Wednesday,**

**March 13th:**

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. If you could be

related to a character, who would it be... and why?

Math -

1. You have a penny, a quarter, a nickel, and a dime.

Draw each coin and line them up, greatest value to

least value.

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. If you could be

related to a character, who would it be... and why?

Math -

1. You have a penny, a quarter, a nickel, and a dime.

Draw each coin and line them up, greatest value to

least value.

**2. What is the total value of your coins?**

Reading Log

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Tuesday, March 12th:

Social Studies –

Re-read Lesson 3, pages 174 to 183. Please answer

questions 1 and 2 on page 183.

Math – Problems of the Night:

- Hayden is building toy cars. Each car

Hayden use to build 5 cars?

2. What is the value of the underlined digit?

4 7 8

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Monday, March 11th

Science - Read Lesson 4 pages D-30 to D-35, answer

questions 1 to 3 on page D-35.

Math - Problem of the Night:

Aaron has 5 dimes and 2 nickels. How much

money does Aaron have?

Reading Log

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Friday, March 8th:

Social Studies - Page 171, questions 1 to 3

Math - Draw two ways to show 25 cents.

You can use pennies, nickels, and dimes.

Reading Log

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Thursday, March 7th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Describe the setting or settings

of the text.

Math - Draw a penny, nickel, dime, and a quarter. How

much money do you have?

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Wednesday, March 6th:

Social Studies - Reread pages 158 to 163

and answer questions 1 to

4 in your notebook.

Math - Study for tomorrow's Math test

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Tuesday, March 5th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. What new words did you learn?

List them.

This week's spelling words:

weight conduct

curl perfect

skirt magnet

jerk pyramid

burned human

Math - Study for Thursday's Math test

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Friday, March 1st:

Reading - Give your book of choice a new

title. Why did you give it the name

you did?

Science - Page D- 20, questions 1 to 5

Reading Log

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Thursday, February 28th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Which character would

you like to be in this book? Why?

Math - Problems of the Night

1. Write the subtraction problem 604 - 357.

Describe how you will subtract to find the

difference.

2. 1 7 6 --------> _________ + _______ + _________

+ 2 4 1---------> _________ + _______ + _________

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Wednesday, February 27th:

Reading- Read a text for 30 minutes.

What is the best part of the book? Why?

Science - Page D-9, questions 1 to 3

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Tuesday, February 26th:

Reading - Read a text for 30 minutes. Who should / shouldn't

read this book? Why?

Math -

1. 5 0 9

- 3 4 6

2. 8 0 2

- 1 8 7

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Monday, February 25th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Did the story make you

laugh?, cry?, smile?, cringe?, cheer. Please explain. Use details

from the story.

Math -

1. What is the difference? 3 4 9

- 1 5 7

2. Lisa has 15 daisies. She gave away 7

daisies. Then she found 3 more daisies.

How many daisies does Lisa have now?

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Friday, February 15th:

Science - Work on your science project. Use the

science handouts as your guideline.

Math - Textbook pages:

425 , 431 , 437, 443

Reading Log

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Thursday, February 14th:

Science - Continue to work on

your Science Fair Proposal Sheet

Math - Problem of the Night:

1. 3 7 5

- 1 9 7

Describe the subtraction that you did. Be sure

to tell about the values of the digits in the numbers.

Reading Log

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Wednesday, February 13th:

Science - (Due Friday, February 15th)

Fill out the Science Project Proposal Sheet (both sides)

Math - Problems of the Night.

1. There are 235 whistles and 42 bells

in a store. Ryan counts 128 whistles

on the shelf. How many whistles

are not on the shelf ?

2. There are 985 pencils. Some pencils were

sold. Then there were 559 pencils left.

How many pencils were sold ?

Reading Log

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Tuesday, February 12th:

Reading- Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

Answer these questions:

What is a thing you like about a character?

What is a thing you don't like about a character?

Explain.....

Math- Problems of the Night:

1. 4 4 3 2. Jon had this problem, 5 8 2

- 1 6 8 - 2 6 9

and he said he regrouped the 1's and

the 10's. Is he right? Explain ......

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Monday, February 11th:

Reading - Please answer these questions:

How was the trait, hope displayed in

the story, "Angel Child, Dragon Child"?

- How have you shown hope in your life?

MATH - Problems of the Night:

1. Write the addition problem for 275 plus 249 2. 6 5 8

and find the sum. then draw quick pictures - 2 7 9

to check your work.

Reading Log

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Friday, February 8th:

Reading - What character trait best describes Ruby Bridges?

Use details from the story to support your answer.

Math - Problem of the Night:

There are 532 pieces of art at a show.

319 pieces are paintings. How many

pieces are not paintings?

Reading Log

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Thursday, February 7th:

Reading - After listening to a story on Jackie Robinson, answer

these questions:

1. What do you most admire about Jackie?

2. Would you like to know him? Why?

Reading Log

Math -

Problems of the Night:

1. Annika has 154 pennies and Yolanda

has 284 pennies. How many pennies do

they have together?

2. 5 4 6

+2 7 8

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Wednesday, February 6th:

Reading - Read a story for 30 minutes. Write about a story

that has the same characters / settings / endings.

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. 2 3 5 2. 5 7 8

+ 1 9 6 +3 7 2

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Monday, February 4, 2019

Reading - Give the Bessie Coleman story

a new ending. What would it be?

Math - Problems of the nights:

1. Mike has 145 marbles and

I have 15 more than Mike. How

many marbles do we have all together?

2. Make a 3-digit addition problem of your own.

(Try to have regrouping)

Reading Log

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Friday, February 1, 2019

Reading - After Listening to the Story on Bessie Coleman:

1. What question would you like to ask her and why would you ask it?

Reading Log

Math- Problems of the Night

1. 5 2 8

+ 2 6 3

2. On Thursday 325 people visited the fair. On Friday 285 people

visited the fair. How many people visited on both days?

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Thursday, January 31st:

Reading-

Read a nonfiction text for 30 minutes and respond

to this question:

1. Explain a fact you learned from reading. What

does that tell you about the subject?

Math-

1. 5 6 2

+3 2 9

2. Find the sum of 136 + 212. Explain why you did or did

not regroup.

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Wednesday, January 30th:

Monday, March 11th

Science - Read Lesson 4 pages D-30 to D-35, answer

questions 1 to 3 on page D-35.

Math - Problem of the Night:

Aaron has 5 dimes and 2 nickels. How much

money does Aaron have?

Reading Log

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Friday, March 8th:

Social Studies - Page 171, questions 1 to 3

Math - Draw two ways to show 25 cents.

You can use pennies, nickels, and dimes.

Reading Log

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Thursday, March 7th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Describe the setting or settings

of the text.

Math - Draw a penny, nickel, dime, and a quarter. How

much money do you have?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, March 6th:

Social Studies - Reread pages 158 to 163

and answer questions 1 to

4 in your notebook.

Math - Study for tomorrow's Math test

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, March 5th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. What new words did you learn?

List them.

This week's spelling words:

weight conduct

curl perfect

skirt magnet

jerk pyramid

burned human

Math - Study for Thursday's Math test

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, March 1st:

Reading - Give your book of choice a new

title. Why did you give it the name

you did?

Science - Page D- 20, questions 1 to 5

Reading Log

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Thursday, February 28th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Which character would

you like to be in this book? Why?

Math - Problems of the Night

1. Write the subtraction problem 604 - 357.

Describe how you will subtract to find the

difference.

2. 1 7 6 --------> _________ + _______ + _________

+ 2 4 1---------> _________ + _______ + _________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, February 27th:

Reading- Read a text for 30 minutes.

What is the best part of the book? Why?

Science - Page D-9, questions 1 to 3

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Tuesday, February 26th:

Reading - Read a text for 30 minutes. Who should / shouldn't

read this book? Why?

Math -

1. 5 0 9

- 3 4 6

2. 8 0 2

- 1 8 7

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Monday, February 25th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Did the story make you

laugh?, cry?, smile?, cringe?, cheer. Please explain. Use details

from the story.

Math -

1. What is the difference? 3 4 9

- 1 5 7

2. Lisa has 15 daisies. She gave away 7

daisies. Then she found 3 more daisies.

How many daisies does Lisa have now?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, February 15th:

Science - Work on your science project. Use the

science handouts as your guideline.

Math - Textbook pages:

425 , 431 , 437, 443

Reading Log

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Thursday, February 14th:

Science - Continue to work on

your Science Fair Proposal Sheet

Math - Problem of the Night:

1. 3 7 5

- 1 9 7

Describe the subtraction that you did. Be sure

to tell about the values of the digits in the numbers.

Reading Log

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, February 13th:

Science - (Due Friday, February 15th)

Fill out the Science Project Proposal Sheet (both sides)

Math - Problems of the Night.

1. There are 235 whistles and 42 bells

in a store. Ryan counts 128 whistles

on the shelf. How many whistles

are not on the shelf ?

2. There are 985 pencils. Some pencils were

sold. Then there were 559 pencils left.

How many pencils were sold ?

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, February 12th:

Reading- Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

Answer these questions:

What is a thing you like about a character?

What is a thing you don't like about a character?

Explain.....

Math- Problems of the Night:

1. 4 4 3 2. Jon had this problem, 5 8 2

- 1 6 8 - 2 6 9

and he said he regrouped the 1's and

the 10's. Is he right? Explain ......

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, February 11th:

Reading - Please answer these questions:

How was the trait, hope displayed in

the story, "Angel Child, Dragon Child"?

- How have you shown hope in your life?

MATH - Problems of the Night:

1. Write the addition problem for 275 plus 249 2. 6 5 8

and find the sum. then draw quick pictures - 2 7 9

to check your work.

Reading Log

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, February 8th:

Reading - What character trait best describes Ruby Bridges?

Use details from the story to support your answer.

Math - Problem of the Night:

There are 532 pieces of art at a show.

319 pieces are paintings. How many

pieces are not paintings?

Reading Log

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, February 7th:

Reading - After listening to a story on Jackie Robinson, answer

these questions:

1. What do you most admire about Jackie?

2. Would you like to know him? Why?

Reading Log

Math -

Problems of the Night:

1. Annika has 154 pennies and Yolanda

has 284 pennies. How many pennies do

they have together?

2. 5 4 6

+2 7 8

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, February 6th:

Reading - Read a story for 30 minutes. Write about a story

that has the same characters / settings / endings.

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. 2 3 5 2. 5 7 8

+ 1 9 6 +3 7 2

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, February 4, 2019

Reading - Give the Bessie Coleman story

a new ending. What would it be?

Math - Problems of the nights:

1. Mike has 145 marbles and

I have 15 more than Mike. How

many marbles do we have all together?

2. Make a 3-digit addition problem of your own.

(Try to have regrouping)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, February 1, 2019

Reading - After Listening to the Story on Bessie Coleman:

1. What question would you like to ask her and why would you ask it?

Reading Log

Math- Problems of the Night

1. 5 2 8

+ 2 6 3

2. On Thursday 325 people visited the fair. On Friday 285 people

visited the fair. How many people visited on both days?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 31st:

Reading-

Read a nonfiction text for 30 minutes and respond

to this question:

1. Explain a fact you learned from reading. What

does that tell you about the subject?

Math-

1. 5 6 2

+3 2 9

2. Find the sum of 136 + 212. Explain why you did or did

not regroup.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, January 30th:

**Math-**

Review and complete your chapter 5 textbook Practice / Homework pages for

lessons 5.6, 5.7, and 5.8 for tomorrow's math test.

Reading Log

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Tuesday, January 29th:

Reading -

Read for 30 or more minutes and respond to these questions:

1. How does the story begin? How does the story end?

2. How did this story make you feel after reading it?

Math-

Review and complete your chapter 5 textbook Practice / Homework pages for

lessons 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5 for Thursday's math test.

Reading Log

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Monday, January 28th:

The only homework for the night.

Read for 30 minutes. Enjoy :-)

Review and complete your chapter 5 textbook Practice / Homework pages for

lessons 5.6, 5.7, and 5.8 for tomorrow's math test.

Reading Log

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Tuesday, January 29th:

Reading -

Read for 30 or more minutes and respond to these questions:

1. How does the story begin? How does the story end?

2. How did this story make you feel after reading it?

Math-

Review and complete your chapter 5 textbook Practice / Homework pages for

lessons 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5 for Thursday's math test.

Reading Log

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Monday, January 28th:

The only homework for the night.

Read for 30 minutes. Enjoy :-)

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**Homework for**

Friday, January 25th

Science - In your notebook, write a paragraph about any levers that

you have seen or used. Please identify the type of lever

(examples...bottle openers, wheelbarrow, tweezers, scissors)

and how it is used. (Include a picture)

Math - Break apart the addends to find the sum:

321...…. _______ + ________ + __________

+457...…. _______ + ________ + __________

254…… _________ + ________ + _________

+ 536…... _________+_________+__________

Reading Log - Read for 30 minutes

Friday, January 25th

Science - In your notebook, write a paragraph about any levers that

you have seen or used. Please identify the type of lever

(examples...bottle openers, wheelbarrow, tweezers, scissors)

and how it is used. (Include a picture)

Math - Break apart the addends to find the sum:

321...…. _______ + ________ + __________

+457...…. _______ + ________ + __________

254…… _________ + ________ + _________

+ 536…... _________+_________+__________

Reading Log - Read for 30 minutes

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T

**hursday, January 24th:**

Reading – Reread Lesson 5, pages 84 to 88 in your

Social Studies book. Write down facts and

opinions that you find in your social studies book.

Math –

Problem of the Night:

Draw a quick picture to show 3-digit addition:

Add... 142 and 351

Reading Log

Reading – Reread Lesson 5, pages 84 to 88 in your

Social Studies book. Write down facts and

opinions that you find in your social studies book.

Math –

Problem of the Night:

Draw a quick picture to show 3-digit addition:

Add... 142 and 351

Reading Log

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**Wednesday, January 23rd:**

**Reading – Read a book of choice for 30 minutes.**

Answer these response questions:

1. Could the character or characters exist in real life. Why or why not?

Science –

Read the pages F-18 to F-23. Answer

Questions 1, 2, and 3 on page F-23

Answer these response questions:

1. Could the character or characters exist in real life. Why or why not?

Science –

Read the pages F-18 to F-23. Answer

Questions 1, 2, and 3 on page F-23

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

**Tuesday, January 22nd:**

**Reading – Read a book of choice for 30 minutes.**

Answer these response questions:

Answer these response questions:

**What is the title of the text? Author’s name?**

**2.**

**Who are the main character or characters and**

**why are they important to the story?**

**Math –**

Problem of the Night

1. Rewrite 93- 46 and find the difference

2. Is it easier to subtract numbers when

they are written above and below each other? Explain

Problem of the Night

1. Rewrite 93- 46 and find the difference

2. Is it easier to subtract numbers when

they are written above and below each other? Explain

**_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________**

Friday, January 18th:

Reading-

To honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr on his special

day, I'd like for you to do a simple act of kindness

to someone else.

Please write about the simple act and draw and color

a picture as well.

Reading Log

Math-

Chapter 5 textbook pages 381 and 382

All test need to be signed and returned to school by Tuesday,

January 22nd.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 17th:

reading - Write 5 facts and 5 opinions.

math - Please come up with (5) two-digit subtraction problems of your own.

Make sure that you show regrouping with your problems.

Reading Log

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, January 16th:

Reading - Answer the following questions

by restating.

1. What does your mom or dad do for work?

2. What are names of all 5 NYC boroughs?

3. When do we celebrate America's birthday?

(make up 1 question to restate of your own)

Math- Page 379 in your textbook

Reading Log

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Tuesday, January 15th:

Social Studies- (Ask for help with this)

Read pages 94 and 95 about NYC

and tourism. Besides the Bronx Zoo,

and the Statue of Liberty, what are

some good tourist spots in

NYC?

Math-

1. Jon has 27 stamps. Mary has 38 stamps. How many more

stamps are needed so they have 91 stamps?

2. 51 - 34 = ______

Reading Log

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Monday, January 14th:

Reading - Write a fantasy story about a pet

or an animal. Please draw a picture

as well.

Math -

1. 37 birds were in the trees. 13 birds 2. What is the difference?

flew away. How many birds are in 57 - 19 = ________

the tree now.

(make a bar model)

Reading Log

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Friday, January 11th:

Reading - Write a fantasy story

about a family member. The sillier,

the better.

Math - Problems of the Night:

questions 1 to 3 on page 369

in your textbook.

Reading Log

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________+

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 10th:

Math- page 363 in your chapter 5 textbook

Science - Read pages F-12 to F-17

Complete questions 1 to 3

on page F-17

Reading Log

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Wednesday, January 9th:

Reading/Writing: Write a fantasy paragraph about school.

Please draw a picture.

Math - Write two story problems using double digit subtraction

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, January 8th:

Reading - Write an antonym for the

following words: wrong , hard, question, same, always

Also, come up with 5 new antonyms on your own.

Math - pages 339 and 340 in your chapter 5 textbook

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, January 7, 2019

Science - Write about a time when you did

a push or a pull. Draw a picture.

Math - 37-18=

98-66=

Read for 30 minutes. Reading Log

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Friday, December 21st

Complete Austrian diorama project.

Friday, January 18th:

Reading-

To honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr on his special

day, I'd like for you to do a simple act of kindness

to someone else.

Please write about the simple act and draw and color

a picture as well.

Reading Log

Math-

Chapter 5 textbook pages 381 and 382

All test need to be signed and returned to school by Tuesday,

January 22nd.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 17th:

reading - Write 5 facts and 5 opinions.

math - Please come up with (5) two-digit subtraction problems of your own.

Make sure that you show regrouping with your problems.

Reading Log

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, January 16th:

Reading - Answer the following questions

by restating.

1. What does your mom or dad do for work?

2. What are names of all 5 NYC boroughs?

3. When do we celebrate America's birthday?

(make up 1 question to restate of your own)

Math- Page 379 in your textbook

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, January 15th:

Social Studies- (Ask for help with this)

Read pages 94 and 95 about NYC

and tourism. Besides the Bronx Zoo,

and the Statue of Liberty, what are

some good tourist spots in

NYC?

Math-

1. Jon has 27 stamps. Mary has 38 stamps. How many more

stamps are needed so they have 91 stamps?

2. 51 - 34 = ______

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, January 14th:

Reading - Write a fantasy story about a pet

or an animal. Please draw a picture

as well.

Math -

1. 37 birds were in the trees. 13 birds 2. What is the difference?

flew away. How many birds are in 57 - 19 = ________

the tree now.

(make a bar model)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, January 11th:

Reading - Write a fantasy story

about a family member. The sillier,

the better.

Math - Problems of the Night:

questions 1 to 3 on page 369

in your textbook.

Reading Log

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________+

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 10th:

Math- page 363 in your chapter 5 textbook

Science - Read pages F-12 to F-17

Complete questions 1 to 3

on page F-17

Reading Log

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, January 9th:

Reading/Writing: Write a fantasy paragraph about school.

Please draw a picture.

Math - Write two story problems using double digit subtraction

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, January 8th:

Reading - Write an antonym for the

following words: wrong , hard, question, same, always

Also, come up with 5 new antonyms on your own.

Math - pages 339 and 340 in your chapter 5 textbook

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, January 7, 2019

Science - Write about a time when you did

a push or a pull. Draw a picture.

Math - 37-18=

98-66=

Read for 30 minutes. Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, December 21st

Complete Austrian diorama project.

Diorama Project Austria

Due Date – January 2, 2019

NO SAND – NO GLITTER – NO LIQUIDS

TASK: Create a diorama showing a special place, landmark or activity in Austria!

What To Do:

1. Research the special place, landmark or activity you have chosen to show in your diorama so that you can make it as lifelike as possible. You will also need the research for the written assignment.

2. Sketch out what you want the diorama to look like, including the background and foreground, so that you have a plan to follow.

3. Make a list of items/materials you will need and gather your supplies. You may want to use modeling clay, construction paper, cardboard, glue, scissors, paint, markers, cotton balls, fabric, felt, craft sticks, etc.

4. Select a shoebox. Remember your box will be stapled to the wall. Try not to make it too heavy!

5. Build up the ground or landscape. Use paint, paper, or any other appropriate materials to create a realistic ground or floor where you’re a diorama.

6. Create your background first. Begin at the corner of the container and work your way forward, adding layers of details and images to create depth in your scene. Play smaller items in front of larger items.

7. Glue everything down when you are happy with the arrangement of your materials.

Write about it! Use your research to write one or two paragraph about your theme on index cards.

Be prepared to present your work to the class.

HAVE FUN!

Reading Log

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**Wednesday, December 19th**

Math - Break apart 1's to subtract:

42 - 8 = ______

74 - 7 = ______

Read for 30 minutes (Reading Log)

Social Studies - Study for tomorrow's test

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 17th

Reading - Write about a great holiday memory.

What made the memory so good?

What happened?

Reading Log

Spelling words for the week:

bread, ready, spread, sweat, tread, weather

head, leather, lead, feather. (not home work)

science - Study for tomorrow's test

Tuesday, December 11th:

Reading-

Give "Auntie Clause" a new ending.

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

Mrs. Myers sold 47 snacks before the game.

hen she sold 56 snacks during the game. How many

snacks did she sell?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 10th:

Listwords for the week: color, gold , through, cold ,

fold, great, mold, sold , told,

four (not homework)

Reading - Read a fiction text for 30

minutes. What character are you

most like? Explain in a paragraph.

Math- Problems of the night:

1. Write 42 as a sum of tens and ones.

2. 3 8

+6 2

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, December 7th

Reading - Read a book of choice and write about

what causes a change in the character in the

text.

Reading Log

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Add to find the answer.

36 + 29

2. 54 + 18

social studies / Magnet- What can you learn about

the holidays in Austria?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, December 7th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, December 6th:

Reading / Writing - Of the several celebrations we've learned

about today, which one would you want to

attend, and why?

Reading Log

Math - Solve using the Break Apart and

Make an addend a 10 strategies:

38 + 6 16 + 37

22 + 9 18 + 22

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, December 5th:

Math - Finish Zoo math task questions

- If finished with task questions, make

2 addition or subtraction questions of

your own about the zoo.

Reading - Make a scary story and draw

a picture (optional)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 3rd:

Math- Jamal puts 8 balls in each box while

cleaning up. He has 5 boxes. How many

balls does he have to put away?

Reading - Write about something you've learned

about a winter holiday.

Reading Log

Science- Page E-41, questions 1, 2, and 3.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, November 30th:

Goal setting- Come up with a non-academic goal for yourself.

List the steps to reach your non- academic goal.

Math - Write story problems for:

18-7 = 11

4 + 12 = ?

*** start reviewing chapter 3

for next week's test.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, November 29th:

Math- Problem of the Night

Solve and show your work:

Ed has 18 books and he

gives 7 away. How many books

does he have now?

Reading - Compare and contrast...

Farm animals and house pets

Reading Log

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 28th

Math - Break apart 1's to subtract:

42 - 8 = ______

74 - 7 = ______

Read for 30 minutes (Reading Log)

Social Studies - Study for tomorrow's test

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 17th

Reading - Write about a great holiday memory.

What made the memory so good?

What happened?

Reading Log

Spelling words for the week:

bread, ready, spread, sweat, tread, weather

head, leather, lead, feather. (not home work)

science - Study for tomorrow's test

Tuesday, December 11th:

Reading-

Give "Auntie Clause" a new ending.

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

Mrs. Myers sold 47 snacks before the game.

hen she sold 56 snacks during the game. How many

snacks did she sell?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 10th:

Listwords for the week: color, gold , through, cold ,

fold, great, mold, sold , told,

four (not homework)

Reading - Read a fiction text for 30

minutes. What character are you

most like? Explain in a paragraph.

Math- Problems of the night:

1. Write 42 as a sum of tens and ones.

2. 3 8

+6 2

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, December 7th

Reading - Read a book of choice and write about

what causes a change in the character in the

text.

Reading Log

Math - Problems of the Night:

1. Add to find the answer.

36 + 29

2. 54 + 18

social studies / Magnet- What can you learn about

the holidays in Austria?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, December 7th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, December 6th:

Reading / Writing - Of the several celebrations we've learned

about today, which one would you want to

attend, and why?

Reading Log

Math - Solve using the Break Apart and

Make an addend a 10 strategies:

38 + 6 16 + 37

22 + 9 18 + 22

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, December 5th:

Math - Finish Zoo math task questions

- If finished with task questions, make

2 addition or subtraction questions of

your own about the zoo.

Reading - Make a scary story and draw

a picture (optional)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, December 3rd:

Math- Jamal puts 8 balls in each box while

cleaning up. He has 5 boxes. How many

balls does he have to put away?

Reading - Write about something you've learned

about a winter holiday.

Reading Log

Science- Page E-41, questions 1, 2, and 3.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, November 30th:

Goal setting- Come up with a non-academic goal for yourself.

List the steps to reach your non- academic goal.

Math - Write story problems for:

18-7 = 11

4 + 12 = ?

*** start reviewing chapter 3

for next week's test.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, November 29th:

Math- Problem of the Night

Solve and show your work:

Ed has 18 books and he

gives 7 away. How many books

does he have now?

Reading - Compare and contrast...

Farm animals and house pets

Reading Log

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 28th

****

Reading -

What advice would you give to a child that couldn't

share with someone?

Reading Log

Math - Make Bar models for the following problems:

3 + 8 and 13 + 6

Social Studies -

Read pages 64 to 69. Complete questions 1 , 2, and 3 on page 69.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 28th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 26th:

Spelling - Copy each list word 5 times each. Please write your words

vertically.

List words are: cried, dried, knife, while

wrinkle, mild, wrist, bride.

Math

Problems of the Night:

Show 2 ways to solve each

problem. 5+8+2

1+9+7

6+6+8

2+7+3

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 21st:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 20th:

Reading - Make a story (paragraph or more) and draw

a picture using the following list words:

thankful, home, love, family, friends, turkey,

fun, party, enjoy, holiday, happy, and parents.

READING LOG

Math- Describe how you can use the make a tens

strategy to find the sum 7+9.

social studies - Ask a family member about a family

tradition and write about it.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 19th:

Math- Problems of the Night

1. math riddle: What number has a sum greater

than the sum of 6 +4, but less than

the sum of 8+5. What fact is it?

2. (Make a drawing )

Natasha had 8 shells. Then she found 9 more

shells. Draw to show how to find the number

of shells Natasha has now.

Science - Write about 1 physical and 1

chemical change that you've

done at home.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, November 16th:

Math- Problems of the Night

Goal setting- Please have a parent sign

your academic goal.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, November 15th:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 14th

Spelling- Write each spelling

word 5 times each

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

Draw a quick picture to

show:

Lucas has 12 apples. I give him

7 more. How many apples does

Lucas have now?

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 13th:

Spelling- Write each list word in a sentence

Reading Log

Math - Problems of the Night (Draw or write)

1. Joe has 9 red balloons and 7

green balloons. How many

balloons does Joe have?

2. Kevin sees 6 rabbits. Keith sees

double that number. How many

more rabbits does Keith see than

Kevin?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 12th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 30th:

Reading- Identify a change in a character in the

beginning, middle, and end of a text.

Reading Log

Math- Problems of the Night

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 29th

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 26th:

Reading-

Math-

Social Studies-

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 25th:

Reading-

Please define the following words:

Reading Log

Math-

Problems of the Night

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 24th:

Math - Problem of the Night Questions

(see student's notebooks)

Science- Please write all the stage of the water cycle.

Also, please give an example from each stage

(A snow storm is an example

of precipitation)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 23rd

Math - Problem of the Night Questions

Reading - Reading Log Entry

Social Studies - Read pages 34 to 39

in your text. Copy and

complete questions

1 to 4

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 22nd

Math - Problem of the Night...

Please complete Friday's

Problem of the Night

Reading Log Entry

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 19th:

Due to a great job by our class

during their 1st assembly, the class

is rewarded with no homework over

the weekend.

Students are still expected to complete

their reading log entries.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 18th:

Reading- Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

How are the numbers 342 and 324

alike? How are they different?

Social Studies: Please draw and label

a map of your bedroom

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 17th:

Reading: Read for 20 minutes

and reading Log

Math - Problem of the Night:

Draw or write to explain why 1 hundred

and 10 tens name the same amount.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 16th:

Reading- Reading Response....

What advice would you give to the children

in the book, "Shortcut"?

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night

Ella has 50 stacks of ten pennies

in each stack. Describe how to find how

many pennies Ella has in all

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 15th:

Reading- After listening to "Stella Luna"

Students were asked to write and draw a picture based

on this question. "If you could be any animal, what would

you be?

Why did you choose this animal?

Math- Problem of the Night

Farmer Gray has 30 flower pots. He plants 10

seeds in each pot. How many seeds does he

plants?

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 12th:

Reading-

MATH- John has 70 tens. Write how many hundreds.

Now, write the number.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 11th:

Math - Problem of the Night

John has 70 tens. Write how many hundreds.

Write the number.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 10th:

Math-

Reading -

What advice would you give to a child that couldn't

share with someone?

Reading Log

Math - Make Bar models for the following problems:

3 + 8 and 13 + 6

Social Studies -

Read pages 64 to 69. Complete questions 1 , 2, and 3 on page 69.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 28th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 26th:

Spelling - Copy each list word 5 times each. Please write your words

vertically.

List words are: cried, dried, knife, while

wrinkle, mild, wrist, bride.

Math

Problems of the Night:

Show 2 ways to solve each

problem. 5+8+2

1+9+7

6+6+8

2+7+3

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 21st:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 20th:

Reading - Make a story (paragraph or more) and draw

a picture using the following list words:

thankful, home, love, family, friends, turkey,

fun, party, enjoy, holiday, happy, and parents.

READING LOG

Math- Describe how you can use the make a tens

strategy to find the sum 7+9.

social studies - Ask a family member about a family

tradition and write about it.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 19th:

Math- Problems of the Night

1. math riddle: What number has a sum greater

than the sum of 6 +4, but less than

the sum of 8+5. What fact is it?

2. (Make a drawing )

Natasha had 8 shells. Then she found 9 more

shells. Draw to show how to find the number

of shells Natasha has now.

Science - Write about 1 physical and 1

chemical change that you've

done at home.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, November 16th:

Math- Problems of the Night

Goal setting- Please have a parent sign

your academic goal.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, November 15th:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, November 14th

Spelling- Write each spelling

word 5 times each

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

Draw a quick picture to

show:

Lucas has 12 apples. I give him

7 more. How many apples does

Lucas have now?

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, November 13th:

Spelling- Write each list word in a sentence

Reading Log

Math - Problems of the Night (Draw or write)

1. Joe has 9 red balloons and 7

green balloons. How many

balloons does Joe have?

2. Kevin sees 6 rabbits. Keith sees

double that number. How many

more rabbits does Keith see than

Kevin?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, November 12th:

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 30th:

Reading- Identify a change in a character in the

beginning, middle, and end of a text.

Reading Log

Math- Problems of the Night

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 29th

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 26th:

Reading-

Math-

Social Studies-

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 25th:

Reading-

Please define the following words:

Reading Log

Math-

Problems of the Night

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 24th:

Math - Problem of the Night Questions

(see student's notebooks)

Science- Please write all the stage of the water cycle.

Also, please give an example from each stage

(A snow storm is an example

of precipitation)

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 23rd

Math - Problem of the Night Questions

Reading - Reading Log Entry

Social Studies - Read pages 34 to 39

in your text. Copy and

complete questions

1 to 4

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 22nd

Math - Problem of the Night...

Please complete Friday's

Problem of the Night

Reading Log Entry

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 19th:

Due to a great job by our class

during their 1st assembly, the class

is rewarded with no homework over

the weekend.

Students are still expected to complete

their reading log entries.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 18th:

Reading- Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night:

How are the numbers 342 and 324

alike? How are they different?

Social Studies: Please draw and label

a map of your bedroom

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 17th:

Reading: Read for 20 minutes

and reading Log

Math - Problem of the Night:

Draw or write to explain why 1 hundred

and 10 tens name the same amount.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 16th:

Reading- Reading Response....

What advice would you give to the children

in the book, "Shortcut"?

Reading Log

Math- Problem of the Night

Ella has 50 stacks of ten pennies

in each stack. Describe how to find how

many pennies Ella has in all

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, October 15th:

Reading- After listening to "Stella Luna"

Students were asked to write and draw a picture based

on this question. "If you could be any animal, what would

you be?

Why did you choose this animal?

Math- Problem of the Night

Farmer Gray has 30 flower pots. He plants 10

seeds in each pot. How many seeds does he

plants?

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, October 12th:

Reading-

MATH- John has 70 tens. Write how many hundreds.

Now, write the number.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, October 11th:

Math - Problem of the Night

John has 70 tens. Write how many hundreds.

Write the number.

Reading Log

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, October 10th:

Math-