Homework for the Week of February 26, 2018

Welcome back to School!

Monday:

Reading- Read “Bugs Are Creepy.”

Make and complete a “Claim, Reasons, Evidence” graphic organizer

Math- Hiba uses 2 and 1/4 bags of mulch for her garden and another 4 and 1/4 bags for his front yard.

He also uses 3/4 bags around a fountain. How many total bags of mulch does Hiba use?

Tuesday:

Reading - Read “Insects are Amazing.”

Make and complete a “Claim, Reasons, Evidence” graphic organizer.

Math- Reshard started an art project with 1 yard of cardboard. He used 2/7 yard on Tuesday and 3/7 on Wednesday.

How much does Reshard have left?

Reminder: Last day for February book order tomorrow!

Return trip slip and money

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a fiction book.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math- A gift shop sells walnuts in 3/4 pound bags.

Jayda will buy some bags of walnuts and repackage them into 1 pound bags.

What is the least number of 3/4 pound bags.

Jayda could buy, if she wants to fill each 1 pound bag without leftovers?

Reminder: Return trip slip and money

Thursday:

Happy Birthday Mrs. Darilas!!

Reading- Read a fiction book.

What is the theme? Use two supporting details.

Math- Ben-Kwesi walks 2 and 3/5 miles each day. Ceciana runs 10 miles once every 4 days.

In 4 days, who covers the greater distance?

Reminder: Return trip slip and money

Friday:

Reading- Complete NY Ready books pages 37-38 (re-read 32-33).

Math

Reminder: Science projects and reports due Monday

Homework for the Week of February 10, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read the article, “One Hour of Play, Everyday.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math - Mr. Fields has 2 and 3/6 (two and three-sixths) loaves of corn bread. Each loaf was cut into 1/6 size pieces. If he has 14 people over for dinner, is there enough bread for each person to have 1 piece?

Reminder: 100th Day of School tomorrow

Science boards on sale for $5

Tuesday:

Reading - Read the article, “Device Free Dinners.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math-

After a party, there were 1 and 4/6 quesadillas left on one tray and 2 and 3/6 quesadillas left on another tray. How many quesadillas were left?

Wednesday:

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY

Reading - Read the article, “From Shopping to Shipping.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math-

Ramon, Chandler and Chase go bike riding on weekends. On one weekend, Chase rode his bike for 3 hours. Chandler rode her bike for 2 and 1/4 hours, and Ramon rode his bike for 1 and 3/4 hours. How much longer did Chandler ride her bike than Ramon did?

Thursday:

Reading - Complete ELA packet

Math - Complete word problem packet

Science - Complete science project or science report by March 5th

Reminder: Schools closed tomorrow for Lunar New Year and Mid-Winter recess.

Schools re-open on Monday, February 26th.

Have a safe and enjoyable break!

Happy Birthday to Sanaa and Prudence!

Friday: Schools closed for the Lunar New Year

Mid-Winter Recess Schools re-open Monday, February 26th

Homework for the Week of February 5, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read "To Space and Back" by Sally Ride

What is the main idea of the passage? Use two supporting details.

Math - Hiba used 3 beads to make a necklace. The lengths of the beads are 5/6 inch, 5/12, 1/3 inch. What are the lengths in order from shortest to longest?

Tuesday:

Happy Birthday Lianna!

Reading- Read “This Day in History”

What is the main idea of the passage? Use two supporting details.

Math- Mrs. Fields has a piece of pie left over from a bake sale. She will combine the pieces so they are on the same dish.

How much pie will be on the dish? Suppose Mrs. Fields eats 2 pieces of the pie. How much pie will be left on the dish?

Reminder:

Study chapter 3 for test on division.

Study review sheet for social studies test on New York explorers and the Dutch and English colony.

Wednesday:

Reading- Re-Read “To Space and Back” and “This Day In History.”

Make a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the two passages. Have at least 3 items in each section.

Math- Subhan cut a sandwich into 8 equal pieces and ate 1 piece. He ha 7/8 of the sandwich left. Subhan put each of the remaining pieces on a snack plate. How many snack plates did he use? What part of the sandwich did he put on each plate?

Thursday:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILAL!!

Reading- Re-Read “To Space and Back” and “This Day in History.”

Write an essay describing the differences and similarities between the focus of passages.

Use your Venn diagram and a planning page to help you organize your writing.

Math - Ceciana made a loaf of bread. She used 1/8 of the bread for a snack and 5/8 of the bread for lunch.

How much did she use for a snack and lunch?

Friday:

Reading - Complete NY Ready pages 32-35

Underline text details. Use the R.A.P.P. Method

Math- A rover needs to travel 5/8 mile to reach its destination. It has already traveled 3/8 mile. How much farther does the rover need to travel?

Science- Choose an experiment for the science project.

Reminder: Tuesday is the 100th Day of School

Mid- Winter Recess Friday, Feb 16th - Friday, Feb 23rd

Welcome back to School!

Monday:

Reading- Read “Bugs Are Creepy.”

Make and complete a “Claim, Reasons, Evidence” graphic organizer

Math- Hiba uses 2 and 1/4 bags of mulch for her garden and another 4 and 1/4 bags for his front yard.

He also uses 3/4 bags around a fountain. How many total bags of mulch does Hiba use?

Tuesday:

Reading - Read “Insects are Amazing.”

Make and complete a “Claim, Reasons, Evidence” graphic organizer.

Math- Reshard started an art project with 1 yard of cardboard. He used 2/7 yard on Tuesday and 3/7 on Wednesday.

How much does Reshard have left?

Reminder: Last day for February book order tomorrow!

Return trip slip and money

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a fiction book.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math- A gift shop sells walnuts in 3/4 pound bags.

Jayda will buy some bags of walnuts and repackage them into 1 pound bags.

What is the least number of 3/4 pound bags.

Jayda could buy, if she wants to fill each 1 pound bag without leftovers?

Reminder: Return trip slip and money

Thursday:

Happy Birthday Mrs. Darilas!!

Reading- Read a fiction book.

What is the theme? Use two supporting details.

Math- Ben-Kwesi walks 2 and 3/5 miles each day. Ceciana runs 10 miles once every 4 days.

In 4 days, who covers the greater distance?

Reminder: Return trip slip and money

Friday:

Reading- Complete NY Ready books pages 37-38 (re-read 32-33).

Math

Reminder: Science projects and reports due Monday

Homework for the Week of February 10, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read the article, “One Hour of Play, Everyday.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math - Mr. Fields has 2 and 3/6 (two and three-sixths) loaves of corn bread. Each loaf was cut into 1/6 size pieces. If he has 14 people over for dinner, is there enough bread for each person to have 1 piece?

Reminder: 100th Day of School tomorrow

Science boards on sale for $5

Tuesday:

Reading - Read the article, “Device Free Dinners.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math-

After a party, there were 1 and 4/6 quesadillas left on one tray and 2 and 3/6 quesadillas left on another tray. How many quesadillas were left?

Wednesday:

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY

Reading - Read the article, “From Shopping to Shipping.”

Make and complete a graphic organizer about the author’s claim.

Claim / Reason / Evidence

Reason/ Evidence

Math-

Ramon, Chandler and Chase go bike riding on weekends. On one weekend, Chase rode his bike for 3 hours. Chandler rode her bike for 2 and 1/4 hours, and Ramon rode his bike for 1 and 3/4 hours. How much longer did Chandler ride her bike than Ramon did?

Thursday:

Reading - Complete ELA packet

Math - Complete word problem packet

Science - Complete science project or science report by March 5th

Reminder: Schools closed tomorrow for Lunar New Year and Mid-Winter recess.

Schools re-open on Monday, February 26th.

Have a safe and enjoyable break!

Happy Birthday to Sanaa and Prudence!

Friday: Schools closed for the Lunar New Year

Mid-Winter Recess Schools re-open Monday, February 26th

Homework for the Week of February 5, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read "To Space and Back" by Sally Ride

What is the main idea of the passage? Use two supporting details.

Math - Hiba used 3 beads to make a necklace. The lengths of the beads are 5/6 inch, 5/12, 1/3 inch. What are the lengths in order from shortest to longest?

Tuesday:

Happy Birthday Lianna!

Reading- Read “This Day in History”

What is the main idea of the passage? Use two supporting details.

Math- Mrs. Fields has a piece of pie left over from a bake sale. She will combine the pieces so they are on the same dish.

How much pie will be on the dish? Suppose Mrs. Fields eats 2 pieces of the pie. How much pie will be left on the dish?

Reminder:

Study chapter 3 for test on division.

Study review sheet for social studies test on New York explorers and the Dutch and English colony.

Wednesday:

Reading- Re-Read “To Space and Back” and “This Day In History.”

Make a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the two passages. Have at least 3 items in each section.

Math- Subhan cut a sandwich into 8 equal pieces and ate 1 piece. He ha 7/8 of the sandwich left. Subhan put each of the remaining pieces on a snack plate. How many snack plates did he use? What part of the sandwich did he put on each plate?

Thursday:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILAL!!

Reading- Re-Read “To Space and Back” and “This Day in History.”

Write an essay describing the differences and similarities between the focus of passages.

Use your Venn diagram and a planning page to help you organize your writing.

Math - Ceciana made a loaf of bread. She used 1/8 of the bread for a snack and 5/8 of the bread for lunch.

How much did she use for a snack and lunch?

Friday:

Reading - Complete NY Ready pages 32-35

Underline text details. Use the R.A.P.P. Method

Math- A rover needs to travel 5/8 mile to reach its destination. It has already traveled 3/8 mile. How much farther does the rover need to travel?

Science- Choose an experiment for the science project.

Reminder: Tuesday is the 100th Day of School

Mid- Winter Recess Friday, Feb 16th - Friday, Feb 23rd