Homework for the Week of January 28, 2018

This week’s reading homework assignment will have two groups.

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 1-12

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 5 support the text.

Or

Reading – Read “Let’s Classify Organisms” pages 1-13

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 9 support the text.

Math- Kameron needs to buy 5/8 pound of peanuts. The scale at the store measures parts of a pound in sixteenths. What measure is equivalent to 5/8 pound?

748÷4

84x26

Social Studies – Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

Jewish Children’s Museum Post Visit Activities

Choose 1 activity. Bring in the finished product on Monday, Feb. 5th

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 13-22

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 21 support the text.

OR

Reading – Read “Let's Classify Organisms" pages 14-21

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 16 supports the text.

Math –Mathew is planting a flower garden. The garden will have no more that 12 equal sections. ¾ of the garden will have daises. What other fraction s could represent the part of the garden with daises?

278÷3

67x23

Reminder: Last Day for Jan. book order tomorrow!

Reading- Read “At The Root.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

OR

Reading- Read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

Math- Kara made a popcorn snack. She mixed 5/8 gallon of popcorn with ½ gallon of dried apple rings. Did she use more dried apple rings or more popcorn?

409 ÷ 5

39x45

Reading- Re-read “At The Root.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

OR

Re-read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

Math- Every year, Lianna’s school has a fair. This year 3/8 of the booths had face painting and ¼ of the booths had sand art. Were there more booths with face paintings or sand art?

329 ÷ 2

37x22

Reminder: Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

Reading- NY Ready book pages 29 -31

Use RAPP to answer the questions.

Remember to use quotation marks when you quote the text. Tell what paragraph the quote is from. Explain the quote.

Math- Prudence has equal-size bins for the recycling center. She filled 3/5 of a bin with plastics, 1/12 of a bin with paper, and 9/10 of a bin with glass. Which bin is the most full?

548÷4

84x26

Social Studies: Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

Reminder –

Last Day to bring slip and money for Valentine Craft

Review Chapter 6 on long division for test on Wednesday

Study Review Sheet on Explorers, Dutch Colonies and British Colonies for test on Wednesday

Homework for the Week of January 22, 2018

This week’s reading homework assignment will have two groups.

Monday:

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 1-12

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 5 support the text.

Or

Reading – Read “Let’s Classify Organisms” pages 1-13

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 9 support the text.

Math- Gabriel picked 3 times as much corn as Jennelle. Together, they picked 96 ears of corn. Gabriel wants to divide the number of ears he picked equally among 8 bags. How many ears of corn will Gabriel put in each of the 8 bags?

Tuesday:

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 13-22

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 21 support the text.

OR

Reading – Read “Let's Classify Organisms" pages 14-21

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 16 supports the text.

Math – Aden cut a pan of lasagna into thirds. He kept 1/3 and gave the rest away. Aden did not want to eat his part all at once. How can he cut his part into smaller equal size pieces? (Equivalent Fraction)

564/3

32x56

Wednesday:

Reading- Read “At The Root.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

OR

Reading- Read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

Math- Sanaa needs ¾ cup of dish soap to make homemade bubble solution. Her measuring cup is divided into eighths. What fraction of the measuring cup should Sanaa fill with dish soap?

33x25

452/4

Thursday:

Reading- Re-read “At The Root.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

OR

Re-read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

Math- Hamzah made a fruit tart and cut it into 6 equal pieces. Dale, Daisy and Hamzah each took 2 pieces of tart home. Hamzah says he and each of his friends took 1/3 of the tart home. Is Hamzah correct?

58x49

638/5

Friday:

Reading- NY Ready book pages 22-25

Use RAPP to answer the questions.

Remember to use quotation marks when you quote the text. Tell what paragraph the quote is from. Explain the quote.

Math- Zaviel has two rectangles that are the same size. One rectangle is cut into ½ size parts. The other rectangle is cut into 1/3 size parts. He wants to cut the rectangles so they have the same size parts. How can he cut each rectangle?

51x30

832/8

Social Studies - chocolate project memorize pitch

Reminder: Book Order due January 31st (Next Wednesday) Class code RTGCC

Homework for the Week of January 15, 2018

Monday:

No School for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

Draw a text feature (graph, picture, map, or chart) that illustrates an important detail. Quote the detail.

Math- 1. At camp there are 5 players on each lacrosse team.

If there are 125 people on the all lacrosse teams, how many teams are there?

2. 657/3

Reminder: Trip to Jewish Children’s Museum on Thursday

Winter Concert Thursday

Science test on Friday on animal development and adaptations

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Draw a Venn diagram to compare and contrast two topics from the text.

Math- 1. Lacrosse is played on a field that is 330 feet long.

How many yards long is a lacrosse field? (3 feet=1 yard).

2. 842/6

Reminder: Trip tomorrow to Jewish Children’s Museum - BRING LUNCH!

Science test on Friday on animal development and adaptations

Thursday:

Winter Concert - no homework

Reminder: Science test tomorrow- study review sheet

Science Review Sheet – Animals

Re-read Science Textbook pages B56-B73

Eye color, reflex, instinct, and height

Animals have body parts or structures that help them to survive. Some examples are:

Scales help fish breathe, polar bears has fur to keep it warm, feathers keep a penguin warm in the water, a nose on a cheetah help it to smell food (prey)

Organisms get energy for growth and nutrients from food.

A

The

Examples of the stages of metamorphosis for a grain beetle include: 1) egg stage 2) larva stage 3) pupa stage 4) adult stage

The

Some organisms adjust to the environment to survive. For example in the winter some animals migrate to warmer places, store food, change color to white to camouflage with the snow, thicken their fur.

Friday:

Reading- Complete pages 14-17 in NY Ready book.

Math- Complete “Special Delivery” task.

Book Order Due January 31st

Class code RTGCC

Homework for the Week of January 8, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Describe how a missing text feature that would have helped you understand the text better.

Math- The main floor in the old movie theater has 25 rows of 27 seats in each row.

The balcony has 6 rows of 30 seats in each row. How many more seats are on the main floor

than in the balcony?

Social Studies - Chocolate Project pages 74 and 75

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test tomorrow on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math-

The bakery made 110 pumpkin muffins. They will be packed in boxes with 8 muffins in each box. About how many boxes will there be?

Reminder:

Return signed trip slip

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a non- fiction book.

How are the facts in the book organized?

Give 2 examples.

Math- Mathew took 144 photos on a digital camera.

The photos are to be placed equally in 6 photo albums.

How many photos will be in each album?

Reminder: Trip slips due on Friday

Thursday:

Reading- Read a non-fiction book.

How are the facts organized.

Give two examples.

Math- Andrea and 2 friends are playing a game of dominoes.

There are 28 dominos in the set.

Andrea wants each player to receive the same number of dominoes.

Can she divide them equally among the 3 players?

Why or why not?

Reminder: Trip slip due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Complete pages 5-9 in the NY Ready book.

Math- Magna has some leftover wallpaper 73 inches long.

She wants to cut it into 8 pieces to use around the photos in her scrapbook.

Each piece will have equal length.

How long will each piece be?

Reminder: No school Monday for Dr. King Day

Homework for the Week of January 1, 2018

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Monday:

Schools closed for New Year's Day

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words you learned? What does each word mean?

Math-

24 students in Ms. LaRossa's class each collected an average of 18 cans for recycling. 21 students in Mr. Fields' class each collected an average of 25 cans for recycling. How many more cans collected by Mr. Fields' class than by Ms. LaRossa's class?

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test Friday on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Name 2 text features you found in your reading. How did each one help you to understand the text?

Math-

Joy hiked 16 miles each day on a 12-day hiking trip. Grace hiked 14 miles each day on her 16- day hiking trip. In all how many more miles did Grace hike than Joy hiked?

Social Studies - Chocolate project pages 68 and 69

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test Friday on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Thursday:

SNOW DAY- No School

Friday:

Thank you for coming to school- No homework!

Reminder: Study two digit multiplication and estimating for Chapter 3 test on Tuesday.

Return signed trip slip.

Homework for the Week of January 8, 2018

This week’s reading homework assignment will have two groups.

**Let’s Classify Organisms**: Kameron, Lianna, Ceciana, Grace, Bilal, Kara, Isa, Nectar, Dale, Sanaa, Kaiden, Aden, Subhan, Ben, Namira, Amina**At The Root**: Prudence, Daisy, Reshard, Emmanuela, Hiba, Jayda, Jaylen, Joy, Gabriel, Hamzah, Mathew, Zaviel , Jennelle**Monday:**Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 1-12

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 5 support the text.

Or

Reading – Read “Let’s Classify Organisms” pages 1-13

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 9 support the text.

Math- Kameron needs to buy 5/8 pound of peanuts. The scale at the store measures parts of a pound in sixteenths. What measure is equivalent to 5/8 pound?

748÷4

84x26

Social Studies – Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

Jewish Children’s Museum Post Visit Activities

Choose 1 activity. Bring in the finished product on Monday, Feb. 5th

- Home Survey - Make a survey at home of everything that you can find that can be used for a Jewish custom, ritual or holiday. Or draw a picture of the most unusual item you discovered that can be used in a Jewish context.
- Puzzle- Create a crossword or word search with words about the Jewish Children’s Museum.
- News Article - Write a news article about your trip. Be sure to include the 5 Ws (Who, What, Where, When, Why)
- Brochure- Describe the museum including artifacts and traditions learned at the Jewish Children’s Museum. Add drawings and informative captions.
- Picture- Draw a picture of your favorite exhibit. Write a caption explaining the picture.

**Tuesday**:Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 13-22

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 21 support the text.

OR

Reading – Read “Let's Classify Organisms" pages 14-21

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 16 supports the text.

Math –Mathew is planting a flower garden. The garden will have no more that 12 equal sections. ¾ of the garden will have daises. What other fraction s could represent the part of the garden with daises?

278÷3

67x23

Reminder: Last Day for Jan. book order tomorrow!

**Wednesday:**Reading- Read “At The Root.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

OR

Reading- Read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

Math- Kara made a popcorn snack. She mixed 5/8 gallon of popcorn with ½ gallon of dried apple rings. Did she use more dried apple rings or more popcorn?

409 ÷ 5

39x45

**Thursday:**Reading- Re-read “At The Root.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

OR

Re-read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

Math- Every year, Lianna’s school has a fair. This year 3/8 of the booths had face painting and ¼ of the booths had sand art. Were there more booths with face paintings or sand art?

329 ÷ 2

37x22

Reminder: Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

**Friday:**Reading- NY Ready book pages 29 -31

Use RAPP to answer the questions.

**R**estate the question**A**nswer the question**P**rove it with 2 details from the text**P**roofread and editRemember to use quotation marks when you quote the text. Tell what paragraph the quote is from. Explain the quote.

Math- Prudence has equal-size bins for the recycling center. She filled 3/5 of a bin with plastics, 1/12 of a bin with paper, and 9/10 of a bin with glass. Which bin is the most full?

548÷4

84x26

Social Studies: Choose one activity from the Jewish Children’s Museum follow up activity list. Complete the activity by Monday, February 5th.

Reminder –

Last Day to bring slip and money for Valentine Craft

Review Chapter 6 on long division for test on Wednesday

Study Review Sheet on Explorers, Dutch Colonies and British Colonies for test on Wednesday

Homework for the Week of January 22, 2018

This week’s reading homework assignment will have two groups.

**At The Root**: Kameron, Lianna, Ceciana, Grace, Bilal, Kara, Isa, Nectar, Dale, Sanaa, Kaiden, Aden, Subhan, Ben, Namira**Let’s Classify Organisms**: Prudence, Daisy, Reshard, Emmanuela, Hiba, Jayda, Jaylen, Joy, Gabriel, Hamzah, Mathew, Zaviel , JennelleMonday:

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 1-12

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 5 support the text.

Or

Reading – Read “Let’s Classify Organisms” pages 1-13

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 9 support the text.

Math- Gabriel picked 3 times as much corn as Jennelle. Together, they picked 96 ears of corn. Gabriel wants to divide the number of ears he picked equally among 8 bags. How many ears of corn will Gabriel put in each of the 8 bags?

Tuesday:

Reading – Read “At the Root” pages 13-22

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 21 support the text.

OR

Reading – Read “Let's Classify Organisms" pages 14-21

List at least 5 text features (with page #s)

Explain how the photos on page 16 supports the text.

Math – Aden cut a pan of lasagna into thirds. He kept 1/3 and gave the rest away. Aden did not want to eat his part all at once. How can he cut his part into smaller equal size pieces? (Equivalent Fraction)

564/3

32x56

Wednesday:

Reading- Read “At The Root.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

OR

Reading- Read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the overall text structure?

Use two supporting details.

Math- Sanaa needs ¾ cup of dish soap to make homemade bubble solution. Her measuring cup is divided into eighths. What fraction of the measuring cup should Sanaa fill with dish soap?

33x25

452/4

Thursday:

Reading- Re-read “At The Root.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

OR

Re-read “Let’s Classify Organisms.” What is the main idea of the book?

Use two supporting details?

Math- Hamzah made a fruit tart and cut it into 6 equal pieces. Dale, Daisy and Hamzah each took 2 pieces of tart home. Hamzah says he and each of his friends took 1/3 of the tart home. Is Hamzah correct?

58x49

638/5

Friday:

Reading- NY Ready book pages 22-25

Use RAPP to answer the questions.

**R**estate the question**A**nswer the question**P**rove it with 2 details from the text**P**roofread and editRemember to use quotation marks when you quote the text. Tell what paragraph the quote is from. Explain the quote.

Math- Zaviel has two rectangles that are the same size. One rectangle is cut into ½ size parts. The other rectangle is cut into 1/3 size parts. He wants to cut the rectangles so they have the same size parts. How can he cut each rectangle?

51x30

832/8

Social Studies - chocolate project memorize pitch

Reminder: Book Order due January 31st (Next Wednesday) Class code RTGCC

Homework for the Week of January 15, 2018

Monday:

No School for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

Draw a text feature (graph, picture, map, or chart) that illustrates an important detail. Quote the detail.

Math- 1. At camp there are 5 players on each lacrosse team.

If there are 125 people on the all lacrosse teams, how many teams are there?

2. 657/3

Reminder: Trip to Jewish Children’s Museum on Thursday

Winter Concert Thursday

Science test on Friday on animal development and adaptations

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Draw a Venn diagram to compare and contrast two topics from the text.

Math- 1. Lacrosse is played on a field that is 330 feet long.

How many yards long is a lacrosse field? (3 feet=1 yard).

2. 842/6

Reminder: Trip tomorrow to Jewish Children’s Museum - BRING LUNCH!

Science test on Friday on animal development and adaptations

Thursday:

Winter Concert - no homework

Reminder: Science test tomorrow- study review sheet

Science Review Sheet – Animals

Re-read Science Textbook pages B56-B73

__Inherited traits and behaviors__are traits an organism is born with. Inherited behaviors are**not**learned. Examples of inherited traits and behavior are:Eye color, reflex, instinct, and height

Animals have body parts or structures that help them to survive. Some examples are:

Scales help fish breathe, polar bears has fur to keep it warm, feathers keep a penguin warm in the water, a nose on a cheetah help it to smell food (prey)

Organisms get energy for growth and nutrients from food.

A

__predator__is an animal that hunts and eats other animals for food.__Prey__is an organism that gets eaten by a predator.The

__life cycle__of includes the stages of growth and change of an organism. Some organisms go through a metamorphosis or an incomplete metamorphosis.Examples of the stages of metamorphosis for a grain beetle include: 1) egg stage 2) larva stage 3) pupa stage 4) adult stage

The

__life span__of an organism tells how long it can be expected to live. Larger organisms usually live longer than smaller organisms.Some organisms adjust to the environment to survive. For example in the winter some animals migrate to warmer places, store food, change color to white to camouflage with the snow, thicken their fur.

Friday:

Reading- Complete pages 14-17 in NY Ready book.

Math- Complete “Special Delivery” task.

Book Order Due January 31st

Class code RTGCC

Homework for the Week of January 8, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Describe how a missing text feature that would have helped you understand the text better.

Math- The main floor in the old movie theater has 25 rows of 27 seats in each row.

The balcony has 6 rows of 30 seats in each row. How many more seats are on the main floor

than in the balcony?

Social Studies - Chocolate Project pages 74 and 75

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test tomorrow on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math-

The bakery made 110 pumpkin muffins. They will be packed in boxes with 8 muffins in each box. About how many boxes will there be?

Reminder:

Return signed trip slip

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a non- fiction book.

How are the facts in the book organized?

Give 2 examples.

Math- Mathew took 144 photos on a digital camera.

The photos are to be placed equally in 6 photo albums.

How many photos will be in each album?

Reminder: Trip slips due on Friday

Thursday:

Reading- Read a non-fiction book.

How are the facts organized.

Give two examples.

Math- Andrea and 2 friends are playing a game of dominoes.

There are 28 dominos in the set.

Andrea wants each player to receive the same number of dominoes.

Can she divide them equally among the 3 players?

Why or why not?

Reminder: Trip slip due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Complete pages 5-9 in the NY Ready book.

Math- Magna has some leftover wallpaper 73 inches long.

She wants to cut it into 8 pieces to use around the photos in her scrapbook.

Each piece will have equal length.

How long will each piece be?

Reminder: No school Monday for Dr. King Day

Homework for the Week of January 1, 2018

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Monday:

Schools closed for New Year's Day

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words you learned? What does each word mean?

Math-

24 students in Ms. LaRossa's class each collected an average of 18 cans for recycling. 21 students in Mr. Fields' class each collected an average of 25 cans for recycling. How many more cans collected by Mr. Fields' class than by Ms. LaRossa's class?

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test Friday on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a non- fiction book for 30 minutes.

Name 2 text features you found in your reading. How did each one help you to understand the text?

Math-

Joy hiked 16 miles each day on a 12-day hiking trip. Grace hiked 14 miles each day on her 16- day hiking trip. In all how many more miles did Grace hike than Joy hiked?

Social Studies - Chocolate project pages 68 and 69

Reminder:

Math Chapter 3 test Friday on estimating and solving two digit multiplication.

Thursday:

SNOW DAY- No School

Friday:

Thank you for coming to school- No homework!

Reminder: Study two digit multiplication and estimating for Chapter 3 test on Tuesday.

Return signed trip slip.

Homework for the Week of January 8, 2018