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  • General


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  • Topic 1



    Students work at their own pace in either the Math Links program or the Easy As 3.14 program.  

    No more than 10 to 20 minutes of math Monday to Thursday or what ever works best for your family.

    Use pencil

    Due every Thursday for checking.

    • Topic 2

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      Poster: Environmental Superstars: Research Basics

      Information sheets and worksheet list (total 7)

      1. Environmental Changemakers: criteria, rubric. Back of sheet:  Key Features

      2. Poster Analysis: worksheet

      3. Environmentalists: worksheet

      4. Materials and Celebrity Environmentalists information sheet

      5. Environmental Protection Organization: Facts and details worksheet

      6. Inquiry Chart:  collection of bullet notes  or Non fiction notes sheets. Students use one or the other depending on which they prefer.

      7. From Bullet Notes to Paragraph

      8. Bibliography worksheet

      The science textbook may be signed out for study purposes, but as we share with another class they must be brought back to school daily.

      • Topic 3


        Homework:  Grammar,  10 to 20 minutes Monday to Thursday or whatever works for your family. 

        Writing Unit: 

        Criteria: double spaced, indented, name on right, date on left, title underlined, grammar, spelling, paragraphs checked, concept words underlined

        1.   An Artist's Statement: 5 paragraphs Using "ing" verbs and "ly" adverbs, underlined

        2.   A Snake Story:  One paragraph ly" adverbs, underlined

        3.   Boy Wonder:. One paragraph, "ing and "ly", underlined

        4.  The Titans: one paragraph, 7 sentences using the list of 7 "dress up" words. One paragraph.  when, while, where, since, as, if, although. underlined

        5. Twister: Every sentence starts with a preposition, underlined. 5 sentences contains strong dual verbs, underlined.  Note change to criteria.

        6. Under the Rug: one paragraph, 5 dual adjectives, underlined 

        • Topic 4


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