Homework for the Week of November 27, 2017

Monday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

What is the genre? How do you know? Use two supporting details.

Math - A bagel shop sells 118 bagels in October and 3 times as many in November. How many bagels did the shop sell in October and November?

Reminder: November book order due Thursday

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Compare and contrast the theme of this book to the theme of another book.

Make a Venn diagram then write in a paragraph form.

Math-

The sum of two numbers is 31. The product of the two numbers is 150. What are the numbers?

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework

Reminder:

November book order due Thursday

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told? Use two supporting details.

Math- 1. Write an equation for that represents this comparison sentence: 32 is 8 times as many as 4

2. Use the order of operations (P.E.M.D.A.S) to solve 9x19+2x57

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework

Science - Study review sheet for quiz on plants tomorrow

Reminder: November book order due tomorrow

Science Review Sheet: Plants

The epidermis is the protective outer layer of a leaf.

Photosynthesis is the food making process of a plant.

A spore in a seedless plant, the cell that can grow into a new plant.

Chlorophyll is a green substance in a leaf that traps sunlight.

A seed is an underdeveloped plant with food stored, sealed in a protective covering.

Transpiration is the process plants use to get rid of extra water.

Pollination is the transfer of a pollen grain to the pistil.

Respiration is the process that breaks down sugars and gives off energy.

Fertilization is the process of joining a female cell and a male cell into a fertilized egg.

Germination is the process of seed sprouting.

Plants make their own food with light, water, and carbon dioxide. The main food making part of the plant is the leaf.

Some plants like the cactus and evergreen tree store water.

Seeds travel in many ways. Animals and insects can move seeds. Seeds can be carried by wind and water. Some plants scatter their own seeds.

Thursday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Create a new title for the book.

Use 2 supporting details for the new title.

Math-

1. Estimate and solve 345x2.

2. Mr. Beck usually drives 182 miles each week.

Last week, he drove 3 times as many miles as he usually drives in a week.

Estimate the number of miles he drove.

Friday:

Happy December!

Reading -Read for 30 minutes.

Do over the reading response assignment from Wednesday, November 22nd.

Math - review concepts from Chapter 2 for test on Tuesday.

Create a multi - step word problem involving multiplication.

Solve the problem.

Social Studies - Chocolate Project homework

Reminder: Trip to Brooklyn Museum on Wednesday

Homework for the Week of November 20, 2017

Monday:

Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea? Use 2 supporting details.

Math- The gift shop at the animal park orders 3 boxes of toy animals. Each box has 1,250 toy animals. How many toy animals does the gift shop order?

Chocolate Project Homework

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. What was the problem/conflict in the story? How was it resolved?

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?

Chocolate Project Homework

Wednesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Write a letter to the author. Include point of view, character trait of main character and your opinion of the book.

Use details to support each part.

Design and color your cover for your personal narrative.

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework pages 32-33

Math –

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Homework for the Week of November 13, 2017

Monday:

Reading -Read for 30 minutes

Does the setting remind you of a familiar place?

Explain.

Math- Theo buys 5 packages of paper. There are 500 sheets of paper in each package.

How many sheets of paper does Theo buy?

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Trip to Brooklyn Museum on Friday

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What genre is the book? Use 2 supporting details to explain.

Math-

Central School collected 12,516 pounds of newspaper to recycle.

Eastland School collected 12,615 pounds of newspapers.

How many more pounds of newspaper did Eastland School collect than Central School?

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Trip Friday

Wednesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

How has the character changed? Use two supporting details.

Math-

Use an array to find 5x13. Draw a line to show the distributive property.

Label the array.

Reminder: Neighborhood walk on Thursday

Thursday:

No homework for Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What is the theme of the story? Use two supporting details.

Math-

Celia's horse runs at a speed of 36 feet per second.

How far does her horse run in 3 seconds?

Homework for Week of Monday, November 6, 2017

Reading – Read for 30 minutes

Make a text to self connection to the book you read. Use 2 supporting details.

Math –

Reminder: No school for students tomorrow for Election Day

Tuesday: No school Election Day

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Compare this book to another book you have read in paragraph form.

Math- Madeline had 32 shells. This is 4 times as many shells does Rob have?

Solve, check and explain. Use a model or an equation to solve.

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

How would. you change the end of the story or chapter? Why?

Math -

1. How many tens in 500?

2. Each car on a train has 200 seats. How many seats are on a train with 8 cars?

Reminder: Wear red, white or blue tomorrow with your school uniform for Veteran's Day.

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Who does the main character remind you of?

Why? Use 2 supporting details.

Math -

An elephant can reach as high as 23 feet with its trunk.

It uses its trunk to pick up objects that weigh up to 3 times as much as a 165 pound person.

About how much weight can an African elephant pick up with its trunk?

Reminder: Book Fair Monday

Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Friday - Trip to Brooklyn Museum

Homework for the Week of October 30, 2017

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

Math - 1. Sam says that the number 25 is a prime number. Is he correct? Explain using words and numbers.

2. Amina is saving for her trip to see the Bronx Zoo. She started with $24 in his savings account.

Every week she adds $7 to her account. How much money does she have saved after 8 weeks?

Reminder: Masquerade Ball tomorrow

Have goals notebooks signed

Tuesday:

Happy Halloween!

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What is the genre of the book? Use two supporting details.

Math - 1. What are the next two terms in the pattern? 2,4,8,16, __, __ Explain the rule in the pattern.

2. Make up a word problem about pumpkins. Solve and explain.

Wednesday:

Happy November!

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Complete or edit your letter to Ruby Bridges.

Math - Brady had a card collection with 64 basketball cards, 32 football cards, and 24 baseball cards.

He wants to arrange the cards in equal piles with only one type of card in each pile.

How many cards can he put in each pile?

Reminder: Review class notes for math, science and social studies exams.

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Re-write part of the story with a different ending. Explain how it is different from the original story.

Math- A stadium in Pennsylvania seats 107,282 people. A stadium in Arizona seats 16,706 more people.

What is the total number of seats for both stadiums?

Friday:

Reading -Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea of the book? Use at least 2 supporting details.

Math - Abby and Lee sold raffle tickets to raise money for a playground. Abby sold 1,052 tickets. Lee sold 379 more tickets

than Abby. How many tickets did Lee sell?

Solve, check and explain.

Reminder: No school tomorrow

Monday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

What is the genre? How do you know? Use two supporting details.

Math - A bagel shop sells 118 bagels in October and 3 times as many in November. How many bagels did the shop sell in October and November?

Reminder: November book order due Thursday

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Compare and contrast the theme of this book to the theme of another book.

Make a Venn diagram then write in a paragraph form.

Math-

The sum of two numbers is 31. The product of the two numbers is 150. What are the numbers?

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework

Reminder:

November book order due Thursday

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told? Use two supporting details.

Math- 1. Write an equation for that represents this comparison sentence: 32 is 8 times as many as 4

2. Use the order of operations (P.E.M.D.A.S) to solve 9x19+2x57

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework

Science - Study review sheet for quiz on plants tomorrow

Reminder: November book order due tomorrow

Science Review Sheet: Plants

The epidermis is the protective outer layer of a leaf.

Photosynthesis is the food making process of a plant.

A spore in a seedless plant, the cell that can grow into a new plant.

Chlorophyll is a green substance in a leaf that traps sunlight.

A seed is an underdeveloped plant with food stored, sealed in a protective covering.

Transpiration is the process plants use to get rid of extra water.

Pollination is the transfer of a pollen grain to the pistil.

Respiration is the process that breaks down sugars and gives off energy.

Fertilization is the process of joining a female cell and a male cell into a fertilized egg.

Germination is the process of seed sprouting.

Plants make their own food with light, water, and carbon dioxide. The main food making part of the plant is the leaf.

Some plants like the cactus and evergreen tree store water.

Seeds travel in many ways. Animals and insects can move seeds. Seeds can be carried by wind and water. Some plants scatter their own seeds.

Thursday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Create a new title for the book.

Use 2 supporting details for the new title.

Math-

1. Estimate and solve 345x2.

2. Mr. Beck usually drives 182 miles each week.

Last week, he drove 3 times as many miles as he usually drives in a week.

Estimate the number of miles he drove.

Friday:

Happy December!

Reading -Read for 30 minutes.

Do over the reading response assignment from Wednesday, November 22nd.

Math - review concepts from Chapter 2 for test on Tuesday.

Create a multi - step word problem involving multiplication.

Solve the problem.

Social Studies - Chocolate Project homework

Reminder: Trip to Brooklyn Museum on Wednesday

Homework for the Week of November 20, 2017

Monday:

Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea? Use 2 supporting details.

Math- The gift shop at the animal park orders 3 boxes of toy animals. Each box has 1,250 toy animals. How many toy animals does the gift shop order?

Chocolate Project Homework

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. What was the problem/conflict in the story? How was it resolved?

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?

Chocolate Project Homework

Wednesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Write a letter to the author. Include point of view, character trait of main character and your opinion of the book.

Use details to support each part.

Design and color your cover for your personal narrative.

Social Studies- Chocolate Project homework pages 32-33

Math –

- Alley Spring, in Missouri, produces an average of 567 million gallons of water per week. How many million gallons do the springs produce in 3 weeks? Estimate then solve.
- Bilal’s computer has 3 hard drives with 64 gigabytes of space 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?

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Homework for the Week of November 13, 2017

Monday:

Reading -Read for 30 minutes

Does the setting remind you of a familiar place?

Explain.

Math- Theo buys 5 packages of paper. There are 500 sheets of paper in each package.

How many sheets of paper does Theo buy?

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Trip to Brooklyn Museum on Friday

Tuesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What genre is the book? Use 2 supporting details to explain.

Math-

Central School collected 12,516 pounds of newspaper to recycle.

Eastland School collected 12,615 pounds of newspapers.

How many more pounds of newspaper did Eastland School collect than Central School?

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Trip Friday

Wednesday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

How has the character changed? Use two supporting details.

Math-

Use an array to find 5x13. Draw a line to show the distributive property.

Label the array.

Reminder: Neighborhood walk on Thursday

Thursday:

No homework for Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What is the theme of the story? Use two supporting details.

Math-

Celia's horse runs at a speed of 36 feet per second.

How far does her horse run in 3 seconds?

Homework for Week of Monday, November 6, 2017

Reading – Read for 30 minutes

Make a text to self connection to the book you read. Use 2 supporting details.

Math –

- Ben-Kwesi wants to buy 2 blue sweaters for $119 each and 3 brown sweaters for $44 each. How much will he spend on the 5 sweaters?
- List these numbers in order from least to greatest.

Reminder: No school for students tomorrow for Election Day

Tuesday: No school Election Day

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Compare this book to another book you have read in paragraph form.

Math- Madeline had 32 shells. This is 4 times as many shells does Rob have?

Solve, check and explain. Use a model or an equation to solve.

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

How would. you change the end of the story or chapter? Why?

Math -

1. How many tens in 500?

2. Each car on a train has 200 seats. How many seats are on a train with 8 cars?

Reminder: Wear red, white or blue tomorrow with your school uniform for Veteran's Day.

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes

Who does the main character remind you of?

Why? Use 2 supporting details.

Math -

An elephant can reach as high as 23 feet with its trunk.

It uses its trunk to pick up objects that weigh up to 3 times as much as a 165 pound person.

About how much weight can an African elephant pick up with its trunk?

Reminder: Book Fair Monday

Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday

Friday - Trip to Brooklyn Museum

Homework for the Week of October 30, 2017

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

Math - 1. Sam says that the number 25 is a prime number. Is he correct? Explain using words and numbers.

2. Amina is saving for her trip to see the Bronx Zoo. She started with $24 in his savings account.

Every week she adds $7 to her account. How much money does she have saved after 8 weeks?

Reminder: Masquerade Ball tomorrow

Have goals notebooks signed

Tuesday:

Happy Halloween!

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

What is the genre of the book? Use two supporting details.

Math - 1. What are the next two terms in the pattern? 2,4,8,16, __, __ Explain the rule in the pattern.

2. Make up a word problem about pumpkins. Solve and explain.

Wednesday:

Happy November!

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Complete or edit your letter to Ruby Bridges.

Math - Brady had a card collection with 64 basketball cards, 32 football cards, and 24 baseball cards.

He wants to arrange the cards in equal piles with only one type of card in each pile.

How many cards can he put in each pile?

Reminder: Review class notes for math, science and social studies exams.

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Re-write part of the story with a different ending. Explain how it is different from the original story.

Math- A stadium in Pennsylvania seats 107,282 people. A stadium in Arizona seats 16,706 more people.

What is the total number of seats for both stadiums?

Friday:

Reading -Read a book for 30 minutes.

What is the main idea of the book? Use at least 2 supporting details.

Math - Abby and Lee sold raffle tickets to raise money for a playground. Abby sold 1,052 tickets. Lee sold 379 more tickets

than Abby. How many tickets did Lee sell?

Solve, check and explain.

Reminder: No school tomorrow