Homework and Objectives
This week's Objectives:
ELA: (Unit 3 - Louisiana Purchase) I can determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text. I can read with appropriate fluency. I can determine the central message. I can determine the character traits of historical figures. I can write a multi-paragraph essay describing historical events.
Math: This Mission builds a deep understanding of fractions as a single number. Students begin concretely interacting with fractions by folding strips of paper to create equal parts. By the end of the Mission, students will be able to evaluate equivalence and compare size pictorially.
Science: Test Prep
ELA- Spelling - Students need to cmplete three tic tac toe options. We will have a spelling test Friday
Math- Mission 5 Test Friday
Science Vocab Test Tuesday
Every week, we are having a timed multiplication test. Each student will be given one minute to pass all 36 problems. We started with multiplying by 2. Once they pass the 2 test, they will move on the 3 test and so on. If your child does not pass the test, they do not move on. They will take it every week until they pass. Each test is worth a part of a banana split. Sometime in the spring, we will have a banana split party to celebrate! Encourage your child to know their facts!!!
Please encourage your child to work on ALL math facts
Reading/ELA: Spelling words - unfair, unkind, unload, unknown, unusual, discover, disposition, dismissed, dissolved, disease
Math: Mission 5-Test Friday
Science: Traits-Vocab test Tuesday
Social Studies: Events Leading to Statehood
March 13 - Field Day shirt orders due
March 23-27 - Spring Break