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    March 23, 2020

    Reading:

    Read for 30 minutes. What point of view is the story written in? How do you know? Use text evidence to supportyour answer.

         Spelling: Rainbow or pyramid-write your words. 

        Grammar: Go back to the text that you read. Locate and list 3 examples of the following types of sentences: exclamatory

    (excited),interrogative(question), imperative (command), statement (declarative).

        Writing: COMPLETE this assignment (good copy) if you did not finish last week. Be sure to use your best handwriting. 

    Day 1: Graphic organizer

    Day 2: Prewrite

    Day 3: Rough Draft

    Day 4: Edit and revise rough draft

    Day 5: Final copy

     

     Science:
     Day 1

    Watch Bill Nye the Science Guy Video on Simple Machines and complete video viewing guide. If you can’t print the

    worksheet just number the paper and write the answers. Put the date and Bill Nye on the top of the page.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3btMMCrsHhM

    Bill Nye

      Math:

    Practice the math flashcards you created on Day 1.

      

    fractions  click on word to view fraction worksheet

     

    March 24, 2020

    Check out the Encore teachers activities on Dojo!

    1.   Reading: Read for 30 minutes. Summarize what you read in one paragraph. 

    2.   Spelling: Take your spelling "quiz". Have someone from home read you the spelling words (found below).

    3.   Grammar: Go back to the text that you read. Locate and list all of the sentences that have a prefix and/or a suffix. Make a T-Chart that shows words with prefixes on one side, and a word with suffixes on the other side. 

    4.   Writing: Continue your writing project from yesterday. Compose (write) your final draft. Be sure to use your best handwriting. If your final draft is completed, read and record your final draft aloud. Do this while standing in front of a mirror, if you can. The goal is to be able to look up from your writing project when you can. 

    a.            Day 1: Graphic organizer

    b.            Day 2: Prewrite

    c.            Day 3: Rough Draft

    d.            Day 4: Edit and revise rough draft

    e.            Day 5: Final copy - Present it!

    5.   Science: *Read simple machine article and answer questions. article

    6.   Math: Write down 5 number patterns. Be creative. Then, jot down the rule for each pattern. For example: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15. The rule is to add 3. 

     

    Make sure you are getting up and moving throughout the day! Take a quick walk with your family or try some yoga!

    For those of you with internet access at home, you can access Study Island and complete assignments you have not finished or work in your learning path. If Mrs. Gauntlett is your teacher for all or part of the day: Log in to IXL.com in place of Study Island on a daily basis. Information, log-in, and passwords were sent home with your child. You can also request additional information as well as forgotten login/passwords through Mrs. Gauntlett's website and DOJO. 

     

    Fun websites to try out:

    Smithsonian https://www.si.edu/kids Smithsonian Virtual Tour of the Natural History Museum

    https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour

    NASA for kids https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/search/kids/

    Go Noodle – Website dedicated to movement, meditation, and yoga for kids https://app.gonoodle.com/discover

     

     March 25, 2020

    Check out the encore teachers activities on their class dojo !

     Read for 20 minutes.

    What is the setting of the text? What genre is the story? How do you know? Use text evidence to support.

    OR Would you be friends with the character in the book? What are some words you could use to describe the character and why you would be friends with him/her?   

     Spelling: New words( unit 3 lesson 5)  see if you can figure out the sort, write the words 3 times each.

    Writing: Free write- write about anything you want, fiction or nonfiction!

     Math:   Complete worksheet improper fractions click on the link

    Practice math facts!

     Science

    1. Choose one of the simple machine projects from the lists below.

    • Lever • Pulley • Wheel and Axle

    2. Then… • Build a working model of the machine you picked from LIST ONE and label the parts.

    •  Write a paragraph describing the machine you built. Be sure to include these facts in your writing. What type of simple machine is it?
    •  How does it work? ü What are the parts of simple machine? Be sure to label them.
    •  If your simple machine has more than one type, which type did you build?
    •  Give at least (2) examples of when you might use this simple machine in real life.

     

     March 26, 2020

    Check out the encore teachers activities on their class dojo !

     Read for 20 minutes.

    Write a summary of the events that have happened so far in the story. Remember to only include the big events that have occurred.

    Spelling:  unit 3 lesson 5 -  pyramid write spelling words

    Writing: Write a poem about rainbows- any type of poem

     Math:   Complete worksheet word problems click on the link

    Practice math facts!

     Science- continue lever project

    1. Choose one of the simple machine projects from the lists below.

    • Lever • Pulley • Wheel and Axle

    2. Then… • Build a working model of the machine you picked from LIST ONE and label the parts. 

    •  Write a paragraph describing the machine you built. Be sure to include these facts in your writing. What type of simple machine is it?
    •  How does it work? ü What are the parts of simple machine? Be sure to label them.
    •  If your simple machine has more than one type, which type did you build?
    •  Give at least (2) examples of when you might use this simple machine in real life.

    If you have access:  Take a virtual field trip!

    Smithsonian  https://www.si.edu/kids  Smithsonian Virtual Tour of the Natural History Museum

    https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour

    NASA for kids  https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/search/kids/

     March 27, 2020

    Check out the encore teachers activities on their class dojo!

    Exercise!!

     Read for 20 minutes.

    Draw an illustration to go with your story!

    Spelling:  unit 3 lesson 5 -  study and if you are ready have someone give you a test.  New words for all of 4th grade on Monday.  spelling words

    Writing: Write a silly paragraph using your spelling words.  Indent, capitalize, use punctuation

     Math:   Complete worksheet factors click on the link

    Practice math facts!

     Science- Finish up lever project and questions

    1. Choose one of the simple machine projects from the lists below.

    • Lever • Pulley • Wheel and Axle

    2. Then… • Build a working model of the machine you picked from LIST ONE and label the parts. 

    •  Write a paragraph describing the machine you built. Be sure to include these facts in your writing. What type of simple machine is it?
    •  How does it work? ü What are the parts of simple machine? Be sure to label them.
    •  If your simple machine has more than one type, which type did you build?
    •  Give at least (2) examples of when you might use this simple machine in real life.

    If you have access:  Take a virtual field trip!

    Smithsonian  https://www.si.edu/kids  Smithsonian Virtual Tour of the Natural History Museum

    https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour

    NASA for kids  https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/search/kids/