Homework for the Week of November 26, 2018

Monday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

What was the main problem of the story? How was it solved? use two supporting details

Math - Animation for a computer drawn cartoon requires about 20 frames per second. How many frames would need to be drawn for a 30 second cartoon?

Reminder: Trip Wednesday to the Met

Bring Lunch, No book bag, Arrive early

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

What lesson did the main character learn?

Math - On average, the Smith family opens the refrigerator door 32 times each day.

There are 31 days in May. About how many times is the refrigerator door opened in May?

Reminder: Trip tomorrow to the Met

Bring Lunch, No book bag, Arrive early

Wednesday:

Great job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art!

No homework tonight!

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math- The apples from each tree in an orchard can fill 23 bushel baskets.

If one row of the Orchard has 48 trees, how many baskets of apples can be filled?

Reminder: November book order due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Compare the theme of your book to the theme of another book.

Math -

By 1914, Henry Ford has streamlined his assembly line to make a Model T car in 93 minutes.

How many minutes did it take to make 25 Model Ts?

Reminder: Trip Monday to the Environmental center BRING LUNCH

Homework for the Week of November 19, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

How does the setting effect the story?

Personal Narrative cover due tomorrow

Math -

Meral bought 7 bags of party hats with 12 hats in each bag.

She also bought 4 bags of horns with 24 horns in each bag.

How many more horns than party hats did Meral buy?

Reminder: Last day for environmental center slip is tomorrow!!

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Use a Venn diagram to compare this book to another book that you have read.

Math -

Use the Order of Operations to solve each problem

1. 9x23+3x39-29=n

2, 4x28+6x17-15=n

3.5x17+5x20-32=n

(PEMDAS Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract)

Wednesday-

Reading - Read Social Studies book pages 46-65

Complete review questions 1-16

Math - Complete chapter 2 review

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving

Homework for the Week of November 12, 2018

Monday - No School for Veteran's Day

Tuesday: Great job on Native American Projects 4-309!

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

How would you change or predict the ending?

Use 2 supporting details.

Math - Alley Spring, Missouri produces an average of 567 million gallons of water per week. How many millions of gallons of water do they produce in 3 weeks?

Reminder: Half day Thursday

Parent Conferences

Trip slips are due!

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the theme of the story? USe 2 supporting details.

Math - Samuel's computer has 3 hard drives with 64 gigabytes of space each and 2 hard drives with 16 gigabytes of space each. The files on his computer use 78 gigabytes of space. How much hard drive space does his computer have left?

Reminder: 11:30 dismissal tomorrow

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences today

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

What is your opinion of the book? Use two supporting details.

OR

Finish writing your 2nd draft of the personal narrative

Due Tuesday: Design and color a cover for your personal narrative

Math - 1. A bakery has 4 trays with 16 muffins on each tray.

The bakery has 3 trays of cupcakes with 24 cupcakes on each tray.

If 15 cupcakes are sold, how many muffins and cupcakes are left?

2. 8x367

Reminder: Trip slips past due!!

Homework for the Week of November 5, 2018

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Describe a connection you have with the main character.

Math - Solve 3x26 with distributive property and expanded form.

The bike rental rented 134 bikes during the months of June and 3 times as many bikes during the month of July.

How many bikes did the bike rental rent during June and July?

Reminder: No school tomorrow for Election day

Return trip slip and money.

Tuesday - No school for Election Day

Wednesday -

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Write a new title for the book. Use 2 details to explain why this is a good title.

Math - There are 4 sections of seats in the Playhouse Theater. Each section has 7 groups of seats.

Each group has 25 seats. How many seats are there in the theater?

Reminder: Please return trip slips and money

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

Start Native American project due Tuesday

Math - At the sea park, one section of the stadium has 9 rows with 18 seats in each row.

The splash zone of the section is 6 rows of 8 seats each.

How many seats are NOT in the splash zone?

(3 steps)

Reminder: Please return trip slips and money

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Complete Native American project

Math - Marly's horse runs at a speed of 36 feet per second.

How far does her horse run in 3 seconds?

Reminder - No School Monday for Veteran's Day

Book Fair Tuesday

11::30 dismissal Thursday

Parent Conferences 12:30-2:30pm and 4:00pm-7:00pm

Monday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

What was the main problem of the story? How was it solved? use two supporting details

Math - Animation for a computer drawn cartoon requires about 20 frames per second. How many frames would need to be drawn for a 30 second cartoon?

Reminder: Trip Wednesday to the Met

Bring Lunch, No book bag, Arrive early

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

What lesson did the main character learn?

Math - On average, the Smith family opens the refrigerator door 32 times each day.

There are 31 days in May. About how many times is the refrigerator door opened in May?

Reminder: Trip tomorrow to the Met

Bring Lunch, No book bag, Arrive early

Wednesday:

Great job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art!

No homework tonight!

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea? Use two supporting details.

Math- The apples from each tree in an orchard can fill 23 bushel baskets.

If one row of the Orchard has 48 trees, how many baskets of apples can be filled?

Reminder: November book order due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Compare the theme of your book to the theme of another book.

Math -

By 1914, Henry Ford has streamlined his assembly line to make a Model T car in 93 minutes.

How many minutes did it take to make 25 Model Ts?

Reminder: Trip Monday to the Environmental center BRING LUNCH

Homework for the Week of November 19, 2018

Monday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

How does the setting effect the story?

Personal Narrative cover due tomorrow

Math -

Meral bought 7 bags of party hats with 12 hats in each bag.

She also bought 4 bags of horns with 24 horns in each bag.

How many more horns than party hats did Meral buy?

Reminder: Last day for environmental center slip is tomorrow!!

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Use a Venn diagram to compare this book to another book that you have read.

Math -

Use the Order of Operations to solve each problem

1. 9x23+3x39-29=n

2, 4x28+6x17-15=n

3.5x17+5x20-32=n

(PEMDAS Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract)

Wednesday-

Reading - Read Social Studies book pages 46-65

Complete review questions 1-16

Math - Complete chapter 2 review

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving

Homework for the Week of November 12, 2018

Monday - No School for Veteran's Day

Tuesday: Great job on Native American Projects 4-309!

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

How would you change or predict the ending?

Use 2 supporting details.

Math - Alley Spring, Missouri produces an average of 567 million gallons of water per week. How many millions of gallons of water do they produce in 3 weeks?

Reminder: Half day Thursday

Parent Conferences

Trip slips are due!

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the theme of the story? USe 2 supporting details.

Math - Samuel's computer has 3 hard drives with 64 gigabytes of space each and 2 hard drives with 16 gigabytes of space each. The files on his computer use 78 gigabytes of space. How much hard drive space does his computer have left?

Reminder: 11:30 dismissal tomorrow

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences today

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

What is your opinion of the book? Use two supporting details.

OR

Finish writing your 2nd draft of the personal narrative

Due Tuesday: Design and color a cover for your personal narrative

Math - 1. A bakery has 4 trays with 16 muffins on each tray.

The bakery has 3 trays of cupcakes with 24 cupcakes on each tray.

If 15 cupcakes are sold, how many muffins and cupcakes are left?

2. 8x367

Reminder: Trip slips past due!!

Homework for the Week of November 5, 2018

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Describe a connection you have with the main character.

Math - Solve 3x26 with distributive property and expanded form.

The bike rental rented 134 bikes during the months of June and 3 times as many bikes during the month of July.

How many bikes did the bike rental rent during June and July?

Reminder: No school tomorrow for Election day

Return trip slip and money.

Tuesday - No school for Election Day

Wednesday -

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Write a new title for the book. Use 2 details to explain why this is a good title.

Math - There are 4 sections of seats in the Playhouse Theater. Each section has 7 groups of seats.

Each group has 25 seats. How many seats are there in the theater?

Reminder: Please return trip slips and money

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

Start Native American project due Tuesday

Math - At the sea park, one section of the stadium has 9 rows with 18 seats in each row.

The splash zone of the section is 6 rows of 8 seats each.

How many seats are NOT in the splash zone?

(3 steps)

Reminder: Please return trip slips and money

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Complete Native American project

Math - Marly's horse runs at a speed of 36 feet per second.

How far does her horse run in 3 seconds?

Reminder - No School Monday for Veteran's Day

Book Fair Tuesday

11::30 dismissal Thursday

Parent Conferences 12:30-2:30pm and 4:00pm-7:00pm

__Social- Studies Task__**As part of our study of Native Americans in New York, the students are asked to choose and complete one of the following projects:-**__Choice 1:__**Research the construction of a long house or wigwam and then make a realistic model.**You should use materials such as twigs, small tree branches, piece of bark, etc. The long house model**could**(optional) show the inside of the long house as well, including the partitions between family space and storage space. Your model**must**also have two openings (front and back) and a smoke hole at the top. The wigwam was not partitions, but**could**include an inside view, a smoke hole at the top, and objects inside. Be creative with your use of materials for the outdoors surroundings as well as what you might see inside (pottery, ladders in long houses, hanging plants, central fire, sleeping, mats, et.).**Choice 2:Research an Iroquois Tribe (Seneca, Cayuga, Mohawk, Onondaga, or Oneida).**Write a report, make a cover, include pictures, drawings, maps, etc. Make sure your report is in complete sentences and paragraph form. It may be neatly written or done on the computer. The report should include enough accurate information to describe the tribe chosen.__Choice 3:__**Create a crossword puzzle using definitions and words that would refer to the Iroquois or Algonquians.**Use poster board for a background include a title and illustrations. Be creative, neatness counts! Include answers on a separate sheet of paper.__Choice 4:__**Make a ceremonial mask.**Design and make a mask from either paper mache. The mask should be a festival mask or a false face mask. They should be painted and may include feathers, beads or any other appropriate adornment. Your project should include short notes to describe the mask explaining when and how it was used and it’s importance to the tribe it represents.