(Select week below)
Language Arts – This week we will be learning about adverbs and how to use them along with adjectives.
-Complete this review: Using Adverbs and Adjectives https://www.khanacademy.org/
-Complete language book pages 186-187.
3. Email Mrs. Wright to receive your http://www.noredink.com username and password, if you have not already done so.
Reading– Introduction to the War of 1812 and AR reading.
1. Read AR books for 20 minutes per day and take AR tests via https://global-zone51.
We will be learning about the War of 1812 in History later this year, so enjoy this introduction.
Math – Division with Zeros in the Quotient & Review
This video will be useful for the teaching of this week’s concepts in addition to other important information.
Overview for this week:
2. Complete Lesson 80 p.510-513 from your textbook, don’t do #2,4,6,9,and 12.
3. Complete Lesson 81 p.520-524 from your textbook, don’t do #1,2,11,12 and 30.
4. Complete Lesson 82 p.526-531 from your textbook, don’t do #3,4,6,12,25, and 30.
Submit lessons 80, 81, 82 completed assignments to Mrs. Johnston at email@example.com by April 12th at 10pm.
-Complete the multiplication review worksheet via the Rejoicing at Home link above. (answer key also provided)
-Complete the division review worksheet via the Rejoicing at Home link above. (answer key also provided)
Science – We’re going to start at the beginning of Chapter 7: Geology – Planet Earth.
1. Read p 151-152 and complete Comp. Check 7.1 on p.153
2. Read p 153-155 and complete Comp. Check 7.2, #1-5 ONLY on p.156
Take a picture of your completed work and send it by April 12th at 10pm to Mrs. Shamburger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPTIONAL SCIENCE ACTIVITIES:
1. Here is a video that shows us how germs are transmitted. Important information given in an entertaining way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?
2. The Mystery Science website is a lot of fun. There are 5 minute videos to watch and complete lessons with activities to do. The website is free right now! I have included a direct link to a lesson with activities that goes along with our Science lessons for this week. https://mysteryscience.com/
3. Something to Do in your Science textbook p152. If you have an apple, this is a great visual to see how the earth’s axis (diameter) is related to the equator (circumference). Pi (3.14)=circumference divided by diameter Test it out!
History – Chapter 11: Building a New Nation
1. Read p121-125 and Comp. Check 11A on p.125
Take a picture of the assignment and email it to email@example.com.
Continue to memorize the States and Capitals of the United States. You may move at your own pace. Use the States and Capitals game to help you. Email me when you have learned the location of all 50 states and the name of each capital. This assignment will continue over the next several weeks as needed. You’re welcome to email me your progress at any time!
Website for states & capitals game: http://www.allfunapps.com/
Link to specials assignments coming soon!
Language Arts – Review and Practice
1. Complete the review worksheets for practice. Worksheets are located in the Rejoicing at Home link above.
2. Objective: You are the teacher and I am a student. Help me understand how to diagram. Your assignment this week is to send Mrs. Wright a 2 to 3 minute video explaining how to diagram a two subject OR two predicate sentence. You may use a piece of paper to show me as you explain, if you choose. Email videos to Mrs. Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6th.
Reading – Read for AR
AR goals for the 4th 9 weeks have been sent out. Please be reading your AR books and be ready to test soon.
Math – Multiplication & Division Review
1. We are going to drill some concepts that we have already learned.Complete the multiplication and division review worksheets located on the Rejoicing at Home link above.
2. Mrs. Johnston has provided an answer key for parents to check work if they choose. Answer key is located in the Rejoicing at Home link above. (optional)
3. Send completed assignments to Mrs. Johnston at email@example.com by April 6th.
Science: God’s Earth’s
1. Science textbook: Read Section 7.4 on p,160-163.
2. Ask a parent to cut open an apple. Compare the Earth’s layers to the apple (pictured on p163), and then eat it!
3. Draw your own diagram of the layers of the earth and label them. Send Mrs. Shamburger a picture of the diagram at firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Science textbook: Read Section 7.6 – p.166-170.
5. Go to this website: https://www.ixl.com/science/
Parents: This website has a lot of good information and many educational games to play. Just be aware – this is not based on the Bible and creation by God. You will see phrases like “over thousands of years…” Just as we would discuss in the classroom, this does not follow the timeline of when God created the world.
History: Our 50 States
1. Go to this website: http://www.allfunapps.com/
2. Memorize the state name, location, and capital of the following states this week: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Virginia. The states and capitals game will help you!
3. Email Mrs. Shamburger at email@example.com and let her know how long it took you to finish a section according to the timer on the game. Deadline is April 6th.
4. We will learn the entire United States during the next several weeks, and you are welcome to move on to another section as you master this assignment. We will have a contest to see who can learn all 50 states and capitals in the shortest amount of time! Who will it be?
Language Arts – Over the past few months we have been learning some of the ”Parts of Speech:” Nouns, Verbs, Pronouns, Conjunctions, and Adjectives.
1. This week’s assignment is to go outside and write down 5 nouns you see and give each noun an adjective that describes the noun.
2. Have your parent take a picture of you completing this assignment and submit it to Mrs. Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your student’s name along with the picture. Due to Mrs. Wright by April 6th.
Reading – Read your AR book for at least 20 minutes each day.
Math – These two days will be a review of polygons and identify them within our world.
2. Now that you remember what a polygon is, go around your house and look for the most unusual polygon. We’re not looking for quadrilaterals since they are so easy to find and are everywhere! Try looking for triangles, trapezoids, or pentagons.
3. What you see pictured is a decorative item found in my sister’s house that has a triangle and a trapezoid in it. Look close to see the items I circled in red.
4. Email Mrs. Johnston at email@example.com a picture of the most unusual polygon(s) you find. Be sure to include your student’s name along with the picture. Happy hunting! Due to Mrs. Johnston by April 6th.
Science – Review the states of matter and apply to the world around us.
1. As you write down 5 nouns for your Language Arts assignment, tell me what state of matter each of these nouns is. (solid, liquid or gas)
2. Challenge: Try to find a solid, a liquid, and a gas. Draw a picture of one of your nouns.
3. Email your completed assignment to Mrs. Shamburger at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6th.
History– Continue memorization of the 50 states and capitals
1. Memorize the state capitals of Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire. The map on pages 248-249 in your History book will help you.
2. Pronunciation help for Montpelier- 4 syllables: mont (rhymes with font), pe (rhymes with see), li (rhymes with see), er (say “yer” that rhymes with fur)