2-1 Homework

Can you believe it’s already February?!

  • Math: Book C, pages 219 – 220, all problems + Zearn
  • Reading: iReady + read with someone at home for at least 20 minutes and talk about the book with them 🙂 What is the book about? What is the problem? What is the solution?
  • **Extra Credit SUPERBOWL ACTIVITY, if you choose!

1-29 Homework

HOMEWORK:

Reading: continue to work on iReady lessons and read at home; If you took home a library book, please return it by Friday

Math: Book C, Lesson 20, page 215 & 216, all problems + Zearn

Don’t forget to return signed report card envelopes by Friday!!

1-25 Homework

Math: Book C, pages 209 -211, all problems + Zearn

Reading: Informational Book Summary + iReady

Science: Review Study Guide + Nonrenewable and Renewable resources  Worksheet – there will be a Science Energy Unit Test next week

Stay warm over the weekend! 🙂

Snow Day Extra Credit Opportunity

Today is a Snow Day due to icy conditions. Please be safe if you plan on traveling.

Snow Day…but that doesn’t stop our learning! Pick (1) extra credit opportunity  to complete- it will be due tomorrow!

  1. Write a 5-paragraph informational piece  about “How to Survive a Snow Day”; include an introduction and conclusion, also include 3 separate ideas to share with your readers about how to survive the Snow Day, be sure to provide strong evidence and examples for your reasons
  2.  Research and Write: using a computer, go on ducksters.com/history/us_government.html  (Ducksters- “US History”- Governement”)—> research the 3 Branches of government; On a separate sheet of paper include: (1) the name of each branch of government, (2) the role of each branch of government (What does the branch do/What is the branch responsible for?), and (3) Who/What makes up the branch? (I.e. the President is part of which branch)
  3. On a separate sheet of paper, solve the following Math division problems using the standard algorithm AND showing it on a place value chart: (1) 97 divided by 3; (2) 85 divided by 4; (3) 68 divided by 8; (4) 55 divided by 2; (5) 49 divided by 3; (6) *CHALLENGE: 126 divided by 5; (7) *CHALLENGE: 237 divided by 9

Division on a Place Value Chart

Solving a long division problem using the standard algorithm

DMSB: This stands for the order of long division. Divide. Multiply. Subtract. Bring Down (Drop)

Awards Assembly

On Friday, January 18 the 4th and 5th grade students attended an awards assembly for recognizing students’ high achievement on the NWEA tests from the beginning of the year, for being bucket fillers and students of the month. I am so proud of the students from Room 204 who have been being role models in the school and putting forth their best efforts. Keep up the good work! 🙂