Heshima: Mrs. Wilson and Ms. Williams


Week of March 6






Monday

Subject

Assignment

Behavior

Behavior Log (signature)


ELA

Read pages 50 – 52 of Hiroshima and answer the following question:

  • How is the Holocaust similar and different from the events described in Hiroshima? Use details and specific examples from texts we have read.

Math

Fact Practice (1 page)


Complete the Problem Set:


  1. Write 0.75 as a fraction in lowest terms. (Simplify it)


  1. Write  as a decimal. 


  1. Round 4.392 to the nearest hundredth.


  1. Solve using the order of operations: 2 + 7 x (8 – 3) ÷ 5


  1. Guy wants to ride his bike along a trail that is 72 miles long. If he rides  of the trail before taking a break, how many miles did he ride?


  1. Three people are sharing two brownies. What fraction of a brownie does each person get?


  1. Christie buys 2.5 pounds of blackberries. If the blackberries cost $3.65 per pound, how much did Christie spend, rounded to the nearest hundredth?


  1. Joana has 8 yards of fabric. If she cuts it into pieces that are  yard, how many pieces will she have?





Tuesday

Subject

Assignment

Behavior

Behavior Log (signature)


ELA

Read pages 9 – 20 of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes and answer the question:

  • How does Sadako feel about Peace Day? Use two details to support your thinking.


Math

Fact Practice (1 page)


Complete the Problem Set:


  1. Write 0.180 as a fraction in lowest terms. (Simplify it)


  1. Write  as a decimal. 


  1. Round 5.026 to the nearest tenth.


  1. Solve using the order of operations: 5 + 3 x (5 x 2) ÷ 2


  1. Guy wants to ride his bike along a trail that is 30 miles long. If he rides  of the trail before taking a break, how many miles did he ride?


  1. Seven people are sharing five brownies. What fraction of a brownie does each person get?


  1. Christie buys 1.9 pounds of blackberries. If the blackberries cost $2.75 per pound, how much did Christie spend, rounded to the nearest hundredth?


  1. Joana has 7 yards of fabric. If she cuts it into pieces that are  yard, how many pieces will she have?






Wednesday

Subject

Assignment

Behavior

Behavior Log (signature)


ELA

Read pages 21 – 32 of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes and answer the following question:

  • How does the picture on p. 31 support the information in this section? Use two details to support your thinking.


Math

Fact Practice (1 page)


Complete the Problem Set:


  1. Write 0.55 as a fraction in lowest terms. (Simplify it)


  1. Write  as a decimal. 


  1. Round 8.904 to the nearest hundredth.


  1. Solve using the order of operations: 42 ÷ 6 x (5 – 3) + 1


  1. Guy wants to ride his bike along a trail that is 45 miles long. If he rides  of the trail before taking a break, how many miles did he ride?


  1. Six people are sharing four brownies. What fraction of a brownie does each person get?


  1. Christie buys 2.1 pounds of blackberries. If the blackberries cost $3.00 per pound, how much did Christie spend, rounded to the nearest hundredth?


  1. Joana has 12 yards of fabric. If she cuts it into pieces that are  yard, how many pieces will she have?










Thursday


Subject

Assignment

Behavior

Behavior Log (signature)


ELA

Read Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, p. 33 – 47 and answer the following question:


  • How does meeting Kenji affect Sadako? Use two details to support your thinking.

Math

Fact Practice (1 page)


Complete the Problem Set:


  1. Look at the number 567.32. If the three were in a place one-tenth of its current value, what place would it be in? What would be its value?


  1. Find an equivalent fraction of


  1. Convert  to a mixed number.


  1.  +


  1. 5.81 x 2.9


  1. A shape has four sides. It has two sets of parallel lines. Opposite sides are equal. There are no right angles. What could the shape be?


  1. Sixteen students join a basketball league. If the team paid $832 altogether, and each player paid the same amount to join, how much did each player pay?


  1. A sea bass is 15.6 inches long, and a cod is 8.46 inches long. How much longer is the sea bass? 


Friday


Subject

Assignment

Behavior

Behavior Log (signature)


ELA

Read Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Chapter 7-10, p. 48-63 and answer the following question:


  • What is a theme found in this book and how is it illustrated? Be sure to use at least two pieces of evidence in your response.

Math

Fact Practice (1 page)


Complete the Problem Set:


  1. In the number 2,648, what place will the 4 be in if it moves one place to the left?


  1. 32 + 3(8 – 4) **Remember, when the parentheses are right next to another number, you multiply!


  1. Look at the number below. How would you write this number in standard form?

4 x 100 + 3 x 1 + 2 x 0.1 + 5 x 0.01 + 8 x 0.001


  1. Solve: 10 x (3 + 1) – 6 ÷ 2


  1. Kayla’s dad is making a fruit salad. He bought 2.23 pounds of watermelon, and 1.6 pounds of cantaloupe. Rounded to the nearest tenth, how much fruit did he buy?


  1. Dina makes $28 a week babysitting during the summer. If she works 12 weeks, how much money will she earn?


  1. Ethan walked  miles to his friend’s house. Then he walked another  mile to the park. What is the total distance he walked?


  1. Parker read  of a book on Sunday and  of the book on Monday. Did Parker read the entire book? How much is left?