Homework for the Week of March 18, 2019

Monday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

Math - Define a line of symmetry in your own words. Draw a shape with at

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

Describe the problem that the main character faced.

Describe his/her solution to the problem.

Math .-

Draw and describe a pattern in your home. Continue the pattern one more time.

Wednesday-

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

How does the narrator's point of view affect how the characters and events are described in the story?

Math- Write a word that has a line of symmetry in all the letters.

Thursday -

Reading - Read the articles "Arctic" and " Antarctica"

Using information from

(4 paragraphs)

Math.- Write/draw 3 numbers that have 2 lines of symmetry

Friday -

Reading - Complete Ready book pages 26-28 and 14-17

Do over any questions on looseleaf that were scored 1 or 2

Math - The angle between two bicycle wheels turns through 10/360 of a circle.

What is the measure of the angle formed between two spokes?

Reminder: ELA state exam April 2nd and 3rd

Homework for the Week of March 11, 2019

Monday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

What is the theme?

Use two supporting details.

Math - Draw and label a shape with 3 line segments and 3 angles.

Tuesday:

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

What is the text structure? Used to supporting details.

Math- Kern was asked to draw a right triangle. How many right angles are in a right triangle?

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told?

Math - What is a quadrilateral?

Define, make a list and draw each one.

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences tomorrow

11:30 dismissal

Thursday:

No homework for Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday:

Reading - complete pages 21-25 in Ready book.

Do over (if you got a 1 or 2) pages.18-20 on looseleaf

Math-

1) Draw and label one acute triangle and one right triangle and one obtuse triangle

2) Name two streets that are parallel to each other.

Homework for the Week of March 4, 2019

Monday:

Snow day - No Homework!

Tuesday:

Reading - Read Social Studies textbook pages 138-153

Complete review #1- 18 on pages 154 and 155

Math - Complete chapter 7 review

Reminder: Trip on Thursday bring lunch

Wednesday:

Reading - Read pages A40-A51 in the Science textbook

Write the main idea of each chapter.

Math - In the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, the winning time in the men's 100-meter butterfly race was only 1/100 seconds faster than the second place time. What decimal rep[resents this fraction of a second?

Reminder: Trip tomorrow- bring lunch

Thursday:

No homework for field trip compliment!!!

Friday:

Reading - Complete Ready book pages 18-20

Research 3 facts for your persuasive essay on a school issue

Math - Rihanna spent the day hiking through a wildlife preserve.

During the first hour of the hike, she drank 6/10 liter of water.

How many hundredths of a liter did he drink?

Reminder: Parent Conferences of Thursday

Monday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

Math - Define a line of symmetry in your own words. Draw a shape with at

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

Describe the problem that the main character faced.

Describe his/her solution to the problem.

Math .-

Draw and describe a pattern in your home. Continue the pattern one more time.

Wednesday-

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

How does the narrator's point of view affect how the characters and events are described in the story?

Math- Write a word that has a line of symmetry in all the letters.

Thursday -

Reading - Read the articles "Arctic" and " Antarctica"

Using information from

__texts explain why you will never see a penguin and polar bear together in nature.__**both**(4 paragraphs)

Math.- Write/draw 3 numbers that have 2 lines of symmetry

Friday -

Reading - Complete Ready book pages 26-28 and 14-17

Do over any questions on looseleaf that were scored 1 or 2

Math - The angle between two bicycle wheels turns through 10/360 of a circle.

What is the measure of the angle formed between two spokes?

Reminder: ELA state exam April 2nd and 3rd

Homework for the Week of March 11, 2019

Monday:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes

What is the theme?

Use two supporting details.

Math - Draw and label a shape with 3 line segments and 3 angles.

Tuesday:

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

What is the text structure? Used to supporting details.

Math- Kern was asked to draw a right triangle. How many right angles are in a right triangle?

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told?

Math - What is a quadrilateral?

Define, make a list and draw each one.

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences tomorrow

11:30 dismissal

Thursday:

No homework for Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday:

Reading - complete pages 21-25 in Ready book.

Do over (if you got a 1 or 2) pages.18-20 on looseleaf

Math-

1) Draw and label one acute triangle and one right triangle and one obtuse triangle

2) Name two streets that are parallel to each other.

Homework for the Week of March 4, 2019

Monday:

Snow day - No Homework!

Tuesday:

Reading - Read Social Studies textbook pages 138-153

Complete review #1- 18 on pages 154 and 155

Math - Complete chapter 7 review

Reminder: Trip on Thursday bring lunch

Wednesday:

Reading - Read pages A40-A51 in the Science textbook

Write the main idea of each chapter.

Math - In the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, the winning time in the men's 100-meter butterfly race was only 1/100 seconds faster than the second place time. What decimal rep[resents this fraction of a second?

Reminder: Trip tomorrow- bring lunch

Thursday:

No homework for field trip compliment!!!

Friday:

Reading - Complete Ready book pages 18-20

Research 3 facts for your persuasive essay on a school issue

Math - Rihanna spent the day hiking through a wildlife preserve.

During the first hour of the hike, she drank 6/10 liter of water.

How many hundredths of a liter did he drink?

Reminder: Parent Conferences of Thursday