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  • 4th Grade-Monday, January 15th, 2018 (Snow Day)

    I will email worksheets that are mentioned below.  Let me know if you have any questions.

    Language Arts

    pp. 139-140 in book--Directions on top of p. 139 for #8-10 are:  1) Underline verb 2 times 2) Underline each of the compound subjects one time 3) Circle the connecting words

    Tues HW:  Do pp. 141-142 in book (Omit section B on p. 142)

    Do worksheet on Dictionary guidewords

    Spelling  *I have some of the 4th grade books at home that I graded,  I will scan the pages and email to you.

    List #15

    Write Words 3 times each

    Tues HW: Do pp. 58-59 in book

    Study words for Pre-test on Wednesday

    Math

    pp. 147-148 in book on Multiples of 10, 100, and 1000

    Determine the number of zeros, then multiply the 1 digit-factors together and add the correct number of zeros to your answer.

    Example:  n = 3 x 300

                     n = 3 x 3 hundreds

                     n = 9 hundreds

                     n = 900

    Tues HW:  Do pp. 151-152 in book on Multiplying Money

    Work on Multiplication facts 9's

    History

    Read pp. 101-104 in book stopping before The Boston Massacre

    Answer Questions p. 118 #1-4 Only

    Science

    Read pp. 189-190 and pp. 94-96 in Hardback book

    Answer Questions:

    1. What does the word astronautics mean?

    2. What country was first to put a rocket in space?

    3. What was special about the second rocket Sputnik 2?

    4. The "Space Race" was between what 2 countries?

    5. What U.S. President asked NASA to send a man to the Moon?

    6. How long (size) was the Saturn V Rocket that was developed for the Apollo program?

    7. What are the names of the two spaceships that were developed for the Apollo program?

  • 3rd Grade-Monday, January 15, 2018 (Snow Day)

    Check your e-mail for worksheets that are listed for homework.

    Reading

    Read Chapter 4 in Farmer Boy pp. 39-48

    Answer Questions:

    1. Why was Mr. Ritchie proud of Bill?  p. 41

    2. What caused the children to cry and be unable to finish their lessons?  p. 42

    3. What surprise did Mr. Corse have?  p. 44

    4. What did Almanzo think about his father? p. 47

     

    Writing  Write about If it Snowed for 100 Days.... (At least ten sentences)

    Language

    Do pp. 111-112 in book.

    Tues HW- Do pp. 113-114 in book and worksheet Dictionary guidewords

    Spelling

    List #15-Write words 3 times each

    Tues HW-Do pp. 58-59 in Spelling book

    Study words for Pretest on Wednesday

    Math

    Do pp. 125-126 Grams and Kilograms, Omit Section 10 on p. 126.

    Gram and Kilogram are metric units for weight.  We have already talked about the customary units of ounces, pounds, and tons.

    The kilogram/pound are comparable units but the kilogram is larger than a pound.  

    The metric unit that compares with the ounce is the gram.  A gram is a much lighter

    unit than the ounce.  One gram of candy is one small piece.  A paper clip and feather would weigh one gram.

    It takes more than 28 grams to equal one ounce.

    Tues HW-  Do worksheets on Liters & Mililiters, and grams and kilograms

    Work on Multiplication facts 9's

    History

    Read in book pp. 101-104 Stop before The Boston Massacre

    Answer Questions:  #1-4 only on p. 118 Chapter checkup

    Science

    Read pp. 189-190 and pp. 94-96 in Hardbound book about Space Travel

    Answer Questions:

    1. What does the word astronautics mean?

    2. What country was first to put a rocket in space?

    3. What was special about the second rocket Sputnik 2?

    4. The "Space Race" was between what 2 countries?

    5. What U.S. President asked NASA to send a man to the moon?

    6. How long (size) was the Saturn V Rocket that was developed for the Apollo program?

    7. What are the names of the two spaceships that were developed for the Apollo program?

     

     

  • 3rd Grade-Monday, January 16, 2017

    Monday Assignments--Only if there is no school.

    Language Arts pp. 101-102.  Students do not have to do section B on p. 101.

     Spelling pp. 54-55

    Write words 3 times each.

    Study words for pre-test on Wednesday.

    Reading Read chapter 4- pp. 39-48 in Farmer Boy

    Answer questions:

    1. Why was Mr. Ritchie proud of Bill? (p. 41)

    2. What caused the children to cry and be unable to finish their lesson? (p. 42)

    3. What surprise did Mr. Corse have? (p. 44)

    4. What did Almanzo think about his father? (p. 47)

    Math pp. 115-116 Calendar

    Calendar Days poem helps to remember how many days in each month:

    Thirty Days has September, April, June, and November.  All the rest have 31, except February, that's the short one.

    Also, the knuckle method: Make a fist. Then start naming the months starting with January on the knuckle of the index finger. The knuckles have 31 days and the valleys have 30 except February.  When you get to July on the pinkie knuckle, start over on the pinkie finger with August and repeat process.

    pp. 117-118- Measures of Weight 

    Ounces, pounds, and ton-Talk about how small an ounce is- candy bars are measured in ounces,  a newborn baby's weight is measured in pounds and ounces,  butter is pound, Elephant weighs 5 tons.

    History Read pp. 240-244 in History book about Martin Luther King Jr.  

    Write out answers to comprehension questions on p. 245.

    Science Make migration wheel Notebook Journal (spiral-bound book)  A18-A19 at the back of book, 

    Cut out the pieces and answer questions on each bird piece (Use textbook pp. 58-71 if needed)

    We just finished studying this lesson so students hopefully will know most of the information without needing to refer to the book.

    Mrs. Turner 

  • 3rd Grade-Friday, January 13, 2017

    A packet of 4 worksheets were sent home on Wednesday in the event of a snow day on Friday.  They were stapled together with a post-it note stating they were to be done on Friday if we had a snow day.  I have written more specific instruction on those worksheets if needed below.

    Additionally, students should also read at least 20 minutes in any book.  Make sure to keep track of their reading time on the book-it chart.

    They are:

    Dictionary skills- put the words in the correct boxes according to the stated guide words.

    Reading-Part I: Match the character to the correct description of each, Part II:  Fill-in the correct description words as stated in Farmer Boy book.  Use chapter 2 from Farmer Boy as a reference.

    Math-

    Division color by number--solve each division problem then color correctly.  

    Make bar graphs-color or shade one square on the graph for each item pictured.  You may cross off each item as you chart it.

    Hope you have a safe day.

    Mrs. Turner


  • 8th Grade Algebra I-Tuesday, February 16, 2016-Part 2

    The second page of notes is attached.
  • 8th Grade Algebra I-Tuesday, February 16, 2016

    Assignment:  Do problems from Lesson 72:  Practice problems a-d, and PS72: #3-8, 13-15, 19-20, 22-30.

    We went over this lesson briefly on Friday.  I drafted some notes on pyramids and cones that should provide more explanation, see attachments to this blog. I will also send these notes by email.

    See you on Wednesday.

    Mrs. Turner

  • January 20th-3rd Grade

    Language Arts- p. 127-130

    Just Write-pp. 28-32

    Reading-Read Farmer Boy Chapter 5 "Birthday" pp. 49-64

    Review vocabulary words and answer questions: (See attachment for worksheet)

    1. From what type of wood was the calf yoke made?  What qualities of this wood caused it to be chosen? (p. 50)

    2. When did Almanzo not go to school?  When do you not have school? (p. 50)

    3. What happened if Almanzo barely ate?  It he ate too quickly?

    4. What would happen if Almanzo did not clean the yokes properly?  (p. 55)

    5.  What surprise awaited Almanzo after lunch?  How did he discover it? (p. 57)

    Math- pp.131-132 We already discussed this in class on Monday some. 

    Also, do pp. 133-134

    When changing from larger unit to smaller unit, we multiply.  The special number is the number of smaller units in one of the larger units. We use that number to multiply.   When changing from smaller unit to larger unit, we divide.  The special number is also the number of smaller units in one of the larger units.

    History-Begin Thomas Jefferson Unit, read pp. 99-101

    Study for States and Capitals and Abbreviations on Northeast Region for Quiz on Friday.  Sent blank map home on Monday to use to study.

    Science-Continue to study for Science test over Lesson 5 about Nesting.  Test will be Friday. Study Guide was sent home on Monday.

    Bring your supplies for the Science Fair class project on Friday. (Students know what they signed up to bring)

    Text me if you have any questions about any of the assignments.

    Have a good day and I will see you on Friday.

  • January 20th-8th Grade Algebra I-Part 2

    The second page of the Study Guide is attached.

     

  • January 20th-8th Grade Algebra I

    Read Lesson 62 and Lesson 63 about Square Roots.  Do Practice problems, Practice 62 a-e on page 255, and Practice 63 a-d on page 259.

    Do Study Guide to study for test on Friday.  If you don't find the Study Guide posted, Check your email.

     

     

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