Today we talked a lot about being a good citizen and how to care for God’s creation. If you see your student doing something good, acknowledge that with them and encourage them to share their experience with their classmates the next day!
Math: p. 395 #2,4,6, and 7, p. 396 all
Social Studies: p. 252-253 #1-20 (skip 12)
Writing: Prompt: Write a dialogue between Mae and Gramps in which she tells him how the space program can help them on the farm. Use details from both sources (“The Moon Over Star” and “3…2…1…We Have Spin-Off!”)
Hopefully everyone had a fun and relaxing spring break!
Social Studies- p. 55
-Social Studies: Chapter Review p. 230-231 #1-20 (skip 13) and study for the test!!!
-Math: Study for the test!
-Tomorrow is the last day of the quarter which means that it is the last day to meet AR goals! There are many students who are VERY close to their goal! Make sure to read tonight so that you can meet your goal!
-We are taking an all school picture after Mass tomorrow. Please wear a navy blue polo to school so that everyone matches!
Math: Study for the Ch. 6 test that is starting tomorrow!!!
Social Studies: Complete pages 51 and 52 in the packet
Reminder: The end of the quarter is this Friday!!! This means that the last day to meet AR goals is Friday! Make sure that you are reading at home so that you can meet your AR goal.
We will be taking an all school picture following Mass this week. Students have been reminded that they should wear a navy blue shirt on Friday!
Math: Study for the test tomorrow!
Social Studies: Complete p. 50 in the packet
Reminder: The end of the quarter is this Friday (March 10th)! There are still many students who have not reached their goal yet! Make sure that you are reading at home so you can meet your goal by Friday!
Reading: Read “Bringing Government Home” in the big book on page 310
Writing: How does the author use letters and newspaper articles to develop the characters of Ike and Bugwort?
Social Studies: p. 49, Reminder: Social Studies tests need to be signed and brought back by tomorrow!
Math: Finish the Chapter Review
AR: This is a reminder that the last day to meet their AR goal is this Friday (March 10th)! We still have many students who have not met their goal yet.
Math: p. 375-odds, p. 376-all
Social Studies: p. 48 in packet
Don’t forget to wear your spirit shirt (the shirt you received during Catholic Schools Week) on Monday WITH uniform pants!
Social Studies: Complete p.47 in the packet and write your journal entry/Dear Ms. Pollpeter letter either from the perspective of a settler, slave, or indentured servant travelling from Europe to America.
Math: p. 369-odds, p. 370-all
If you did not finish in class:
Reading: Read “LaRue for Mayor” in big book on p. 288
Writing: Write an email/letter from Miguel to President Lincoln. Have Miguel describe his plans to run for class president.
Homework (If you did not finish ) :
Writing: Write about Miguel’s trip to D.C.
Math: Finish Mid-Chapter Checkpoint
If you did not finish the homework…
Reading: Read “The Birth of American Democracy” in the big book and complete pages 103-106 in the CRC
Writing: In your opinion, can kids participate in our democracy? Use text evidence from two sources to support your answer. (Your sources are “A World Without Rules”, ”See How They Run”, and “The Birth of American Democracy.”)
Math: p. 363- evens, p. 364- all
Social Studies: Complete the Review on p. 196-197. Numbers 1-20 (skip #13)