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 for 30 minutes. How does the setting affect the character's actions?

Math- James wrote a tow of numbers with a pattern on the board.

21,29,26,34,31,39,36

What is the rule for the pattern?

What term comes next?

Reminder: Review chapter 5 concepts for test

Study science and social studies review sheet

Friday:

Read for 30 minutes.

What questions occurred to you as you read the book? ( At least 3).

Math- Luca has 72 baseball cards. This is 8 times as many cards as Han has.

How many baseball cards does Han have?

Homework for the Week of October 23, 2017

Monday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a summary of what you read.

Math - Students are arranging square tables to make one larger, rectangular table for a luncheon. The students want to have many ways to arrange the tables. Should they use 12 or 13 tables?

Reminder: Gym on Wednesday and Thursday

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Describe any examples of loyalty between characters.

Math - Justin has 20 pencils, 25 erasers and 40 paper clips. he organizes them into groups with the same number of items on each wreath. All the items on a wreath will be the same type. How many items can he put in each group?

Reminder: Book order due Friday

Wednesday:

Reading – Read a book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told?

Math – Jayda is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white.

What is a rule for the pattern?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow

Book order due Friday.

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Quote a sentence from the book. Explain why that quote is important to the story.

Math - Mathew is making a pattern for a quilt. The quilt has 40 square patches. Every fourth square is blue.

How many blue squares are in the pattern?

Reminder: Book order due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

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

Math -

1. Is 29 prime or composite? Explain how you know.

2. Of the numbers listed below, which are NOT multiples of 5?

67, 15, 24, 30, 10, 18, 12, 35

Reminder: Masquerade Ball on Tuesday

Homework for the Week of October 16, 2017

Monday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Compare the theme of this book to the theme of another book you have read. How is it alike? How is it different? Include the title and two details from each book.

Math-

1.Bryson buys a bag of 64 miniature plastic dinosaurs. Could he distribute them equally into six storage containers? Solve, check and explain.

2. Write in 536,637,251 word and expanded form.

Tuesday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

What genre is the book you read? Be specific. How do you know? Use two details to support your answer.

Math -

1.Toy animals are sold in sets of 3,5,10, and 12. Mason wants to make a display with 3 animals in each row. Which sets could he buy, if he wants to display all of the animals? Solve, check and explain.2. What is the value of the digit 4 in 837,472?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow (every Wednesday)

Wednesday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a summary of what you read.

Math-

Thursday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a short narrative about the trip to The Bronx Zoo.

Math- List the factors of 30 in order from least to greatest.

Friday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

How does the main character feel? Use two details to support your answer. What does the character say or do?

Math-

Homework for the Week of Monday, October 9, 2017

Monday:

Schools closed for Columbus Day

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Who is the narrator of the story? Use 2 supporting details to explain how you know.

Math – A car wash cleaned 97,612 cars in 2010, and 134,268 cars in 2011. What is the total number of cars washed in 2010 and 2011? 2. Ellen’s city has a population of 45,728. What is 45,728 rounded to the nearest thousand?

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Did the character change from the beginning of the story to the end? Explain how he/she did or did not change using 2 supporting details.

Math - Caden made a four-digit number with a 5 in the thousands place, a 5 in the ones place, a 6 in the tens place, and a 4 in the hundreds place. What was the number?

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Quote one important sentence from the book. Explain why this sentence is important to the rest of the story.

Math- Student’s in Carlo’s art class painted 32 square tiles for a mosaic. They want to arrange the tiles to make a rectangle. Can the rectangle have 32 tiles arranged into 3 equal rows? Solve, check and explain.

Friday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words you learned from the book? Define each one and use each one in a sentence.

Math – Chuck has a coin collection with 30 pennies, 24 quarters, and 36 nickels.

He wants to arrange the coins into rows. Each row will have the same number of coins, and all the coins in a row will be the same. How many coins can he put in each row?

Homework for the Week of October 2, 2017

Happy October!

Monday:

Happy Birthday Nectar!

Reading - read a book for 30 minutes.

Describe how this book is similar to another book in two ways.

Describe how this book is different to another book in two ways.

Math - Last year the fourth grade collected 6,089 cans

and 5,672 containers. How many aluminum cans and

plastic containers did the fourth grade collect in total?

Social Studies - Complete New York State map

Tuesday:

Reading: Read a book for 30 minutes.

What feelings do you think the main character has? How do you know? Use two supporting details.

Math- Maryland has an area of 12,407 square miles. Texas has an area of 268,601 square miles. How much larger is Texas

than Maryland? Estimate, solve and explain..

Reminder: Have parents sign math "Mid Chapter Checkpoint" quiz and return tomorrow

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

What genre is the book? Use two details to support your answer.

Math - Lake Victoria has the largest surface area of all the lakes in Africa.

Its surface area is 26,828 square miles. Lake Superior has a surface area of 31,700 square miles.

How much larger is the surface area of Lake Superior than that of Lake Victoria?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow

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

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 for 30 minutes. How does the setting affect the character's actions?

Math- James wrote a tow of numbers with a pattern on the board.

21,29,26,34,31,39,36

What is the rule for the pattern?

What term comes next?

Reminder: Review chapter 5 concepts for test

Study science and social studies review sheet

Friday:

Read for 30 minutes.

What questions occurred to you as you read the book? ( At least 3).

Math- Luca has 72 baseball cards. This is 8 times as many cards as Han has.

How many baseball cards does Han have?

Homework for the Week of October 23, 2017

Monday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a summary of what you read.

Math - Students are arranging square tables to make one larger, rectangular table for a luncheon. The students want to have many ways to arrange the tables. Should they use 12 or 13 tables?

Reminder: Gym on Wednesday and Thursday

Tuesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Describe any examples of loyalty between characters.

Math - Justin has 20 pencils, 25 erasers and 40 paper clips. he organizes them into groups with the same number of items on each wreath. All the items on a wreath will be the same type. How many items can he put in each group?

Reminder: Book order due Friday

Wednesday:

Reading – Read a book for 30 minutes.

What point of view is the story being told?

Math – Jayda is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white.

What is a rule for the pattern?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow

Book order due Friday.

Thursday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Quote a sentence from the book. Explain why that quote is important to the story.

Math - Mathew is making a pattern for a quilt. The quilt has 40 square patches. Every fourth square is blue.

How many blue squares are in the pattern?

Reminder: Book order due tomorrow

Friday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

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

Math -

1. Is 29 prime or composite? Explain how you know.

2. Of the numbers listed below, which are NOT multiples of 5?

67, 15, 24, 30, 10, 18, 12, 35

Reminder: Masquerade Ball on Tuesday

Homework for the Week of October 16, 2017

Monday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Compare the theme of this book to the theme of another book you have read. How is it alike? How is it different? Include the title and two details from each book.

Math-

1.Bryson buys a bag of 64 miniature plastic dinosaurs. Could he distribute them equally into six storage containers? Solve, check and explain.

2. Write in 536,637,251 word and expanded form.

Tuesday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

What genre is the book you read? Be specific. How do you know? Use two details to support your answer.

Math -

1.Toy animals are sold in sets of 3,5,10, and 12. Mason wants to make a display with 3 animals in each row. Which sets could he buy, if he wants to display all of the animals? Solve, check and explain.2. What is the value of the digit 4 in 837,472?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow (every Wednesday)

Wednesday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a summary of what you read.

Math-

- Ken paid $12 for two magazines. The cost of each magazine was a multiple of $3. What are the possible prices of the magazines?
- Compare 182,376,928 and 197,875,819

Thursday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a short narrative about the trip to The Bronx Zoo.

Math- List the factors of 30 in order from least to greatest.

Friday:

Reading-

Read a book for 30 minutes.

How does the main character feel? Use two details to support your answer. What does the character say or do?

Math-

- Make a t-chart of prime and composite numbers from 1-30
- Round 538,927,162 to the nearest ten thousand.

Homework for the Week of Monday, October 9, 2017

Monday:

Schools closed for Columbus Day

Tuesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Who is the narrator of the story? Use 2 supporting details to explain how you know.

Math – A car wash cleaned 97,612 cars in 2010, and 134,268 cars in 2011. What is the total number of cars washed in 2010 and 2011? 2. Ellen’s city has a population of 45,728. What is 45,728 rounded to the nearest thousand?

Wednesday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Did the character change from the beginning of the story to the end? Explain how he/she did or did not change using 2 supporting details.

Math - Caden made a four-digit number with a 5 in the thousands place, a 5 in the ones place, a 6 in the tens place, and a 4 in the hundreds place. What was the number?

Thursday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

Quote one important sentence from the book. Explain why this sentence is important to the rest of the story.

Math- Student’s in Carlo’s art class painted 32 square tiles for a mosaic. They want to arrange the tiles to make a rectangle. Can the rectangle have 32 tiles arranged into 3 equal rows? Solve, check and explain.

Friday:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words you learned from the book? Define each one and use each one in a sentence.

Math – Chuck has a coin collection with 30 pennies, 24 quarters, and 36 nickels.

He wants to arrange the coins into rows. Each row will have the same number of coins, and all the coins in a row will be the same. How many coins can he put in each row?

Homework for the Week of October 2, 2017

Happy October!

Monday:

Happy Birthday Nectar!

Reading - read a book for 30 minutes.

Describe how this book is similar to another book in two ways.

Describe how this book is different to another book in two ways.

Math - Last year the fourth grade collected 6,089 cans

and 5,672 containers. How many aluminum cans and

plastic containers did the fourth grade collect in total?

Social Studies - Complete New York State map

Tuesday:

Reading: Read a book for 30 minutes.

What feelings do you think the main character has? How do you know? Use two supporting details.

Math- Maryland has an area of 12,407 square miles. Texas has an area of 268,601 square miles. How much larger is Texas

than Maryland? Estimate, solve and explain..

Reminder: Have parents sign math "Mid Chapter Checkpoint" quiz and return tomorrow

Wednesday:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

What genre is the book? Use two details to support your answer.

Math - Lake Victoria has the largest surface area of all the lakes in Africa.

Its surface area is 26,828 square miles. Lake Superior has a surface area of 31,700 square miles.

How much larger is the surface area of Lake Superior than that of Lake Victoria?

Reminder: Gym tomorrow

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