English Language Arts

Writing-Journal writing will be done daily.  

Reading/Spelling (Module 10 Week 1)

Genre: Fables/Folktales

Tell a Tale

Key Learning Objectives

  • Make inferences
  • Author’s Craft
  • Theme
  • Figurative Language
 

English

Monday, MARCH 23

Reading Student Textbook

·      Review vocabulary words on pg. 350, and follow the instructions to complete the vocabulary activity on pg. 351 of your textbook.

·      Read: Why We share Stories, pg. 354-355 (Adult to Student).

·      CENTRAL IDEA:  The central idea is what the text is mostly about.

-Look for:  Title, heading, visuals, first or last sentence

-Then, give details to support the central idea such as: examples, facts, evidence, description.

·      Draw a portrait of the main/central idea of the text and include a caption of your illustration.

·      Complete pages 212-213 from the handouts.

·      Use textbook glossary and define weekly vocabulary (words can be found on page 356.)

·      Use your iPad to complete one full activity on Achieve3000. (If you do not earn a 70% or better on your first try, you will need to work on a new activity.)

 

Spelling

Spelling Words: jelly, bottom, pillow, happen, butter, lesson, cherry, sudden, arrow, dollar, hello, rabbit, letter, button

 

·      Write spelling words 5 times each.

·      Write the definitions of 5 spelling words you do not know

 

Writing

·      Keep a Daily Journal:

·      Create a cover page

·      Ask your parents about a story they know from their childhood and then, write it down in your journal.

 Tuesday, MARCH 24

Reading Student Textbook

·      Read and discuss introduction: Genre Study and Set a Purpose page 356. Respond to the Set a Purpose question.

·      Read pages 357-376 (student and adult pair read)

·      AUTHOR’S CRAFT:

-      How and author makes her/his writing interesting,

-      And communicates ideas to the reader.

·      Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of sight.

·      Use your textbook to complete page 214 of your handouts.

·      Find the synonym and antonym of each vocabulary word (words can be found on page 356).

·      Read a book from EPIC and test on AR.

 

Spelling

·      Write spelling words in ABC order.

 

Writing

·      Write about what you did at home last week.

Wednesday, MARCH 25

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Reread weekly story pages 356-376 (Adult to Student: you read to me, I read to you).

·      Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of touch.

·      Complete pages 215-216.

·      Make an illustration for each vocabulary word on pg. 356.

·      Use your iPad to complete one full activity on Achieve3000. (If you do not earn a 70% or better on your first try, you will need to work on a new activity.)

 

Spelling

·      Write spelling words 5 times each.

·      Write 5 sentences using spelling words.

 

Writing

·      Write about a time you got in trouble at home.

Thursday, MARCH 26

  Reading Student Textbook

·      Reread weekly story pages 356-376.(Student to Adult: you read to me, I read to you).

·      Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of smell.

·      THEME:  the main message of the story.

Ask and respond:  What is the author trying to teach me? (write inside the pages of your story).

·      Use to the story to complete page 217 from the handout.

·      Write an original sentence with each vocabulary word on pg. 356.

·      Read a book from EPIC and test on AR.

 

Spelling

·      Write a rhyming word for each spelling word.

·      Take a practice test on spelling words.

 

Writing

·      Write about your favorite home cooked meal.

 

 Friday, MARCH 27

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Reread weekly story pages 356-376.(Student silent reading).

·      Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of taste.

·      FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE:  These are word we use that compare, exaggerate, or mean something different from what is expected! Examples:

1.      Simile – A comparison of two things using “like” or “as”.

2.   Metaphor – A comparison of two things by saying one thing is another thing.

3.   Hyperbole – Exaggerations that make things sound bigger, better or more that what they truly are.

4.   Idiom – An expression that means something different from the meaning of its individual words.

·      Use to the story to complete page 218 from the handout.

·      Study vocabulary definitions

 

Spelling

·      Write words five times each.

·      Take final spelling test given by parent.

 

Writing

·      Free choice!  Write about anything you want!

 

 

Español

Lunes 23 de marzo

Reading Student Textbook

·      Revise las palabras del vocabulario en la página 350 y siga las instrucciones para completar la actividad de vocabulario en pg. 351 de su libro de texto.

·      Lea: Por qué compartimos Historias, págs. 354-355  (Adulto a estudiante)..

·      IDEA CENTRAL: La idea central es de qué se trata todo el texto.

-Mira el: Título, encabezado, visuales, primera o última oración

-Entonces, da detalles para apoyar la idea central tales como: ejemplos, hechos, evidencia, descripción.

·      Dibuje un retrato de la idea principal/central del texto e incluya un encabezado de la ilustración.

·      Complete las páginas 212-213  de los folletos.

·      Utilice el glosario de libros de texto y encuentra la definicion del vocabulario semanal(las palabras se pueden encontrar en la página 356.)

·      Usa tu iPad para completar una actividad completa en Achieve3000. (Si no gana un 70% o mejor en su primer intento, tendrá que trabajar en una nueva actividad.)

 

Spelling

Spelling Words: jelly, bottom, pillow, happen, butter, lesson, cherry, sudden, arrow, dollar, hello, rabbit, letter, button

 

·      Escriba palabras ortográficas 5 veces cada una.

·      Escribe las definiciones de 5 palabras ortográficas que no conoces.

 

Writing

·      Mantenga un diario diario:

1.            Crear una portada

·      Pregúntale a tus padres acerca de una historia que conocen de su infancia y luego, escríbela en tu diario.

 Martes 24 DE MARZO

Reading Student Textbook

·      Lea y analice la introducción: Estudio de género y Establecer un propósito página 356. Responda a la pregunta Establecer un propósito.

·      Leer las páginas 357-376  (leer en pareja de estudiantes y adultos)  

·      CRAFT DEL AUTOR:

1.              ¿Cómo la autora la hace interesante a su escritura,

2.            Y comunica ideas al lector.

·      Subraya una frase de la historia que apela a tu sentido de la vista.

·      Usa tu libro de texto para completar la página 214 de tus folletos.

·      Encontrar el sinónimo y antónimo de cada palabra de vocabulario (palabrasse pueden encontrar en lapágina 356).

·      Lea un libro de EPIC y pruebe sobre AR.

 

Spelling

·      Escriba palabras ortografia en orden ABC.

 

Writing

·      Escribe sobre lo que hiciste en casa la semana pasada.

Miércoles 25 DE MARZO

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Vuelva a leer las páginas semanales de la historia 356-376 (Adulto a estudiante: usted me lee, le leo).

·      Subraya una frase de la historia que apela a tu sentido del tacto.

·      Completa paginas 215-216.

·      Haga una ilustración para cada palabra de vocabulario en la página 356.

·      Usa tu iPad para completar una actividad completa en Achieve3000. (Si no gana un 70% o mejor en su primer intento, tendrá que trabajar en una nueva actividad.)

 

Spelling

·      Escriba palabras ortográficas 5 veces cada una.

·      Escribe 5 oraciones usando palabras ortográficas.

 

Writing

·      Escribe sobre una vez que te metiste en problemas en casa.

Jueves 26 DE MARZO

  Reading Student Textbook

·      Releer las páginas semanales de la historia 356-376.( Estudiante a Adulto: me lees, te leo).

·      Subraya una frase de la historia que apela a tu sentido del olfato.

·      TEMA: el mensaje principal de la historia.

Pregunte y responda: ¿Qué está tratando de enseñarme el autor? (escribir dentro de las páginas de su historia).

·      Utilíce la historia para completar la página 217.

·      Escriba una oración original con cada palabra de vocabulario en la página 356.

·      Lea un libro de EPIC y pruebe sobre AR.

 

Spelling

·      Escribe una palabra rima para cada palabra ortográfica.

·      Realice una prueba de práctica sobre las palabras ortográficas.

 

Writing

·      Escribe sobre tu comida casera favorita.

 

 Viernes 27 de marzo

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Vuelve a leer las páginas semanales de la historia 356-376.( Lectura silenciosa del estudiante).

·      Subraya una frase de la historia que apela a tu sentido del gusto.

·      IDIOMA FIGURATIVO: ¡Estas son palabras que usamos que comparamos, exageramos o significan algo diferente de lo que se espera! Ejemplos:

1.              Simile – Una comparación de dos cosas usando "me gusta" o "as".

2.            Metáfora – Una comparación de dos cosas diciendo una cosa es otra cosa.

3.            Hipérbole – Exageraciones que hacen que las cosas suenen más grandes, mejor o más que lo que realmente son.

4.            Modismo – Una expresión que significa algo diferente del significado de sus palabras individuales.

·      Utilícelo en la historia para completar la página 218 del volante.

·      Estudiar definiciones de vocabulario

 

Spelling

·      Escriba palabras cinco  veces cada una.

·      Realice la prueba de ortografía final dada por los padres.

 

Writing

1.              ¡Libre elección!  ¡Escribe sobre lo que quieras!

 

 

English Language Arts

Module 10: Week 2

Story:  Why the Sky is Far Away, pg. 381; Cinder Al, pg. 391

Genre:  Folktales

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Visualize
  • Theme
  • Author’s Craft
  • Figurative Language
 
 

 

Monday, MARCH 30

 Reading Student Textbook

·       First story:  Why the Sky is Far Away

·       Read and discuss introduction: Genre Study and Set a Purpose for page 380.   

·       Read pages 381-386 (Adult to student)

·        Complete pages 219-220 from the handouts.

 

 

SPELLING

 Spelling Words: apple, little, river, October, ladder, summer, purple, later, November, giggle, uncle, winter, center, double

 

  • Write spelling words 5 times each, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

     In your writing journal, please respond to the following prompt:

  • Write about the plot (the problem and the solution) of the story Why the Sky Is Far Away.

 

Reading Techy Time

     Use your iPad or electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 

 Tuesday, MARCH 31

Reading Student Textbook

  •   Re-read story on pages 381-386

(Adult and Student: you read to me, I read to you)

  •   Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of sight.
  • Complete pages 221-222 from the handouts.

 

SPELLING

  • Write spelling words in ABC order.
  • Practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

    THEME is the main message of the story.  It is the lesson the characters in the story and the reader learn.

     In your writing journal, please respond to the following prompt:

  • What is the author trying to teach me?

 

Reading Techy Time

     Use your iPad or any electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 

Wednesday, APRIL 1

 Reading Student Textbook

  • Second Story:  Cinder Al and the Stinky Footwear
  •  Read and discuss introduction: Genre Study and Set a Purpose page 390. 
  •  Read pages 391-396 (Adult to Student: you read to me, I read to you)
  •  Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of smell.

 

Spelling

  • Write spelling words 5 times each, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

Retelling a story helps you understand it better!

      In your writing journal, please respond to the following prompt:

  • Retell what happens in the story of Cinder Al. 
  • Use this guide to answer your writing prompt:

Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then

 

Reading Techy Time

     Use your iPad or any electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 

Thursday, APRIL 2

  Reading Student Textbook

  • Reread story Cinder Al  on pages 391-396 

(Student to Adult: you read to me, I read to you.)

  •  Use to the story to complete page 224 from the handouts.
  • Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of touch.

 

Spelling

  • Take a practice test on spelling words. (Can be done on Spelling City)
  • Write each word you missed 5 times, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

In your writing journal, please respond to the following:

  • Who are the characters in the story? (Major and Minor)
  • What is the setting of the story?
  • Make an illustration to go with your response.

 

Reading Techy Time

     Use your iPad or any electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 Friday, APRIL 3

 Reading Student Textbook

  • Reread story Cinder Al pages 390-396 (Student silent reading.
  • Underline a sentence in the story that appeals to your sense of taste.
  • Use to the story to complete page 226 from the handout.
  • You will complete Story Quiz on SEESAW.

 

Did you know:

  FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE (SPECIAL EFFECTS):  These words create a special effect or feeling or make a point. Examples include:

1.     Onomatopoeia – a word that imitates the sound of what it describes. (“BOOM!”  “POP!”  “CRACK!”  “RING!”)

2.   Alliteration – A sound device used to repeat the same consonant sound at the beginning of nearby words. (Sally sent Susan some samples of soup.)

3.   Personification – Give human qualities or characteristics to an animal or object.  (The moon follows me when I walk at night.)

4.   Imagery – Language that describes how something looks, sounds, feels, smells, or tastes. ( I bit into the juicy, sweet apple.)

 

Spelling

  • Review spelling list.
  • Take the final spelling test given by a parent, or take the spelling test on Spelling City and take a picture of the results.

 

Reading Techy Time

     Use your iPad or any electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

  

 

Spanish Language Arts

Primer cuento:  Porqué está tan lejos el cielo?, pg. 381.

Segundo cuento:  Tio Conejo y Tio Lobo, pg. 391.

Lunes 30 de marzo

Lectura, MiLibro 2

  • Primer cuento:  Porqué está tan lejos el cielo?, pg. 381
  • Lea y analice la introducción: Estudio de género y Establecer           un propósito página 380.
  • Leer las páginas 357-376  (leer en pareja de estudiantes y adultos)  
  • Complete las páginas 219-220 de los folletos.

 

Ortografia

Spelling Words: apple, little, river, October, ladder, summer, purple, later, November, giggle, uncle, winter, center, double

 

·      Escribe palabras ortográficas 5 veces cada una, o practica las palabras con las actividades en SpellingCity.com (las instrucciones sobre cómo encontrar SpellingCity.com y las actividades se pueden encontrar en SEESAW).

 

 

Escritura

En su diario de escritura, responda al siguiente mensaje:

  • Escribe sobre el problema y  la solución de la historia Porqué está tan lejos el cielo?, pg. 381.

 

Tiempo para tecnologia

     Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

1.              Completa una actividad en Achieve3000.

2.            Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

 

Week 3 April 6 - April 10
 

English Language Arts

Module 10: Week 3

Story:  Compay Mono and Comay Jicotea, pg. 400

Genre: Folktale

Key Learning Objectives

·      Retell/Summarizing

·      Author’s Purpose

·      Literary Elements

·      Theme

Monday, APRIL 6

Reading Student Textbook

·      Story: COMPAY MONO and COMAY JICOTEA

·      Read and discuss introduction: Genre Study and Set a Purpose page 400. Respond to the Set a Purpose question.

·      Listen to story read aloud on SeeSaw, or read FOLKTALE pages 401-408 (Adult to student).

·      Complete pages 227-228 from the handouts.

 

Spelling

Spelling Words: singer, loudly, joyful, teacher, fighter, closely, powerful, farmer, quickly, careful, friendly, speaker, wonderful, truly

 

  • Write spelling words 5 times each, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

Retelling a story helps you understand it better!

      In your writing journal, please respond to the following prompt:

  • Retell what happens in the story of Compay and Comay. 
  • Use this guide to answer your writing prompt:

Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then

 

Reading Techy Time

Use your iPad or electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.
  • Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 Tuesday, APRIL7

Reading Student Textbook

·      Re-read pages 400-408 (Adult to Student: you read to me, I read to you)

·      Complete Author’s Purpose activity on page 229 of your handouts.

 

Spelling

·      Write spelling words in ABC order.

·       Practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

AUTHOR’S PURPOSE:  The author’s reason for writing a text.  Knowing the purpose helps you recognize the author’s message!

·      What is the author’s purpose for writing this story?

 

Reading Techy Time

Use your iPad or electronic device to:

·      Complete one activity on Achieve3000.

·      Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

Wednesday, APRIL 8

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Re-read pages 401-408 (Adult to Student: you read to me, I read to you)

·      Complete page 231 of your handouts.

 

Spelling

  • Write spelling words 5 times each, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

·      Make a comic strip of the problem and solution of the story of the week.  Remember to include characters and setting.

 

Reading Techy Time

Use your iPad or electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.

·       Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

Thursday, APRIL 9

  Reading Student Textbook

·      Reread weekly story pages 401-408 (Student: silent reading)

·      Complete page 232 from the handouts.

 

Spelling

  • Take a practice test on spelling words. (Can be done on Spelling City)
  • Write each word you missed 5 times, or practice activities on Spelling City (instructions on how to find Spelling City and activities can be found on SEESAW).

 

Writing

·      Complete comic strip of the problem and solution of the story of the week.  Remember to include characters and setting.

·      Turn in your finished work on SeeSaw.

 

Reading Techy Time

Use your iPad or electronic device to:

  • Complete one activity on Achieve3000.

·       Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 Friday, APRIL 10

 Reading Student Textbook

·      Reread weekly story pages 401-408 (Student: silent reading)

·      Complete the story quiz on SeeSaw.

 

Spelling

  • Review spelling list.
  • Take the final spelling test given by a parent, or take the spelling test on Spelling City and take a picture of the results.

 

Reading Techy Time

Use your iPad or electronic device to:

·       Read on EPIC, and then take a test on AR.

 

Lunes, 6 DE ABRIL

Lectura de libros de texto para estudiantes

·       Historia: COMPAY MONO y COMAY JICOTEA

·       Lea y analice la introducción: Estudio de género y Establecer un propósito página 400.

·       Escuche la historia leída en voz alta en SeeSaw, o lea las páginas 401-408 de FOLKTALE (Adulto a estudiante).

·       Complete las páginas 227-228 de los folletos.

 

Ortografía

Spelling Words: singer, loudly, joyful, teacher, fighter, closely, powerful, farmer, quickly, careful, friendly, speaker, wonderful, truly

 

  • Escribe palabras ortográficas 5 veces cada una, o practica las palabras con las actividades en SpellingCity.com (las instrucciones sobre cómo encontrar SpellingCity.com y las actividades se pueden encontrar en SEESAW).

 

Escritura

¡Relatar una historia te ayuda a entenderla mejor!

En su diario de escritura, responda al siguiente mensaje:

  • Cuenta lo que sucede en la historia de Compay y Comay.
  • Utilice esta guía para responder a su solicitud de escritura:

Alguien, quería, pero, entonces, entonces

 

Tiempo para tecnologia

     Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

  • Completa una actividad en Achieve3000.
  • Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

Martes, ABRIL 7

Lectura de libros de texto para estudiantes

1.              Re-LEER páginas  400-408  (Adulto aEstudiante: me lees, te leo))

2.            Completa la actividad Propósito del Autor en la página 229 de tus volantes.

 

Spelling

  • Escriba palabras ortografia en orden ABC.
  • Practica las palabras con las actividades en SpellingCity.com (las instrucciones sobre cómo encontrar SpellingCity.com y las actividades se pueden encontrar en SEESAW).

 

Escritura

FINALIDAD DEL AUTOR: La razón del autor para escribir un texto.  ¡Conocer el propósito te ayuda a reconocer el mensaje del autor!

1.              ¿Cuál es el propósito del autor para escribir esta historia?

 

Tiempo para tecnologia

     Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

·      Completa una actividad en Achieve3000.

·      Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

 

Miércoles 8 DE ABRIL

Lectura de libros de texto para estudiantes

1.              Re-read páginas  401-408  (Adulto aEstudiante: me lees, te leo))

2.            Completa la página 231 de tus folletos.

 

Ortografia

  • Escribe palabras ortográficas 5 veces cada una, o practica las palabras con las actividades en SpellingCity.com (las instrucciones sobre cómo encontrar SpellingCity.com y las actividades se pueden encontrar en SEESAW).

 

Escritura

1.       Hacer una tira cómica del problema y la solución de la historia de la semana.  Recuerde incluir personajes y escenario.

 

Tiempo para tecnologia

     Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

1.              Completa una actividad en Achieve3000.

2.            Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

 

Jueves 9 de abril

  Lectura de libros de texto para estudiantes

1.              Releer las páginas semanales de la historia 401-408 (Estudiante: lectura silenciosa)

·      Completa la página 232 de los folletos.

 

Ortografia

  • Toma una prueba de práctica con las palabras de ortografia.
  • Escribe palabras ortográficas que fallaste 5 veces cada una, o practica las palabras con las actividades en SpellingCity.com (las instrucciones sobre cómo encontrar SpellingCity.com y las actividades se pueden encontrar en SEESAW).

 

Escritura

1.       Tira cómica completa del problema y solución de la historia de la semana.  Recuerde incluir caracteres y ajustes.

2.       Entregue su trabajo terminado en SeeSaw.

 

Tiempo para tecnologia

     Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

·      Completa una actividad en Achieve3000.

Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

Viernes 10 de abril

 Lectura de libros de texto para estudiantes

1.              Releer las páginas semanales de la historia 401-408 (Estudiante: lectura silenciosa)

2.            Complete el cuestionario de la historia en SeeSaw.

 

Ortografia

1.              Revise la lista de ortografía.

2.            Tome la prueba de ortografía final dada por un padre, o tome la prueba de ortografía en SpellingCity.com y tome una foto de los resultados.

 

Tiempo de tecnología

Usa tu iPad o dispositivo electrónico para:

Lea en EPIC, y luego tome un examen en AR.

Week 4 April 13 - April 17
 

 

READING: MONDAY

     SEESAW activity: Non-Fiction Text Features!

**DUE TUESDAY!

     Achieve 3000 - “What Charges Your Social Batteries?”

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.)

** DUE TUESDAY!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING: TUESDAY

     Complete MONDAY’S SEESAW activity and submit.

     Complete MONDAY’S Achieve 3000 activity and submit a picture of your results on SEESAW.

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  WEDNESDAY

     Achieve 3000 - “Live From Their Living Rooms”

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.)

**DUE THURSDAY!

     SEESAW activity:  Plan a Family Game Event 

**DUE FRIDAY!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  THURSDAY

     Turn in Achieve 3000 Activity: “Live From their Living Rooms”

     Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called Reading Non-fiction. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.

     Continue working on WEDNESDAY’S SEESAW activity.

 

READING:  FRIDAY

     Make-up day!

     Work on any activity that you need to complete.

     All work must be submitted by today!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

WRITING: MONDAY

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

 

WRITING: TUESDAY

     Complete ONE activity one Spelling City.

     Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW.

 

WRITING: WEDNESDAY

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

 

WRITING: THURSDAY

     Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com.

     Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW.

 

WRITING: FRIDAY

     Work on any assignments that need to be completed.

     All assignments need to be turned in.

 

WEEK 5 APRIL 20- April 24

READING: MONDAY

     SEESAW activity: Author’s Purpose

**DUE TUESDAY!

     Achieve 3000 - “The Early-Late Debate”

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.)

** DUE TUESDAY!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING: TUESDAY

     Complete MONDAY’S SEESAW activity and submit.

     Complete MONDAY’S Achieve 3000 activity and submit a picture of your results on SEESAW.

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  WEDNESDAY

     Achieve 3000 - “Cool Schools”

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.)

**DUE THURSDAY!

     SEESAW activity:  Point of View

**DUE THURSDAY!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  THURSDAY

     Turn in Achieve 3000 Activity

     Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called MAKE INFERENCES. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.

     Turn in WEDNESDAY’S SEESAW activity.

 

READING:  FRIDAY

     Make-up day!

     Work on any activity that you need to complete.

     All work must be submitted by today!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

WRITING: MONDAY

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

 

WRITING: TUESDAY

     Complete ONE activity one Spelling City.

     Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW:Commas.

 

WRITING: WEDNESDAY

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

     Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called COMMAS WITH ADJECTIVES & LISTS. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.

 

WRITING: THURSDAY

     Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com.

     Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW:Abbreviations.

 

WRITING: FRIDAY

     Work on any assignments that need to be completed.

     All assignments need to be turned in.

 

WEEK OF APRIL 27-MAY 1

READING: MONDAY

  • Brainpop Jr Video:  First, watch a video called MAIN IDEA. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • SEESAW activity: What is the Main Idea?

**DUE TUESDAY!

  • Achieve 3000 - “For Elephants, Smell Counts!”

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.) 

** DUE TUESDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING: TUESDAY

  • Complete MONDAY’S SEESAW activity and submit.
  • Complete MONDAY’S Achieve 3000 activity and submit a picture of your results on SEESAW.
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  WEDNESDAY

  • Achieve 3000 - “Hooray for Slime!” 

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.) 

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called CAUSE AND EFFECT. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • SEESAW activity:  Cause and Effect

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  THURSDAY

  • Turn in Achieve 3000 Activity
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.
  • Turn in WEDNESDAY’S SEESAW activity.

 

READING:  FRIDAY

  • Make-up day!
  • Work on any activity that you need to complete.
  • All work must be submitted by today!
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

WRITING: MONDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

 

WRITING: TUESDAY

  • Complete ONE activity one Spelling City.
  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called NOUNS. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW:  COMMON AND PROPER NOUNS

 

WRITING: WEDNESDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.
  • WORK ON ANY WRITING ACTIVITIES THAT NEED TO BE COMPLETED.

 

WRITING: THURSDAY

  • Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW: COMMAS

 

WRITING: FRIDAY

  • Work on any assignments that need to be completed.
  • All assignments need to be turned in.

 

WEEK OF MAY 4-8, 2020

READING: MONDAY

  • SEESAW activity: FICTION vs NON-FICTION

**DUE TUESDAY!

  • Achieve 3000 - “ALL TYPES OF TROUBLE, EPISODE 1

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.) 

Fiction Article and Activity. 

** DUE TUESDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING: TUESDAY

  • Complete MONDAY’S SEESAW activity and submit.
  • Complete MONDAY’S Achieve 3000 activity and submit a picture of your results on SEESAW.
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  WEDNESDAY

  • Achieve 3000 - “ALL TYPES OF TROUBLE, EPISODE 2

(Search this title in Achieve 3000 search bar.) 

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called WRITING WITH THE SENSES. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • SEESAW activity:  SENSORY LANGUAGE

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

READING:  THURSDAY

  • Turn in Achieve 3000 Activity
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.
  • Turn in WEDNESDAY’S SEESAW activity.

 

READING:  FRIDAY

  • Make-up day!
  • Work on any activity that you need to complete.
  • All work must be submitted by today!
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

WRITING: MONDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

 

WRITING: TUESDAY

  • Complete ONE activity one Spelling City.
  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW:  ADVERBS AND VERBS

 

WRITING: WEDNESDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.
  • WORK ON ANY WRITING ACTIVITIES THAT NEED TO BE COMPLETED.

 

WRITING: THURSDAY

  • Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW: PLURAL NOUNS

 

WRITING: FRIDAY

  • Work on any assignments that need to be completed.
  • All assignments need to be turned in.

 

WEEK OF MAY 11-15, 2020

 

READING: MONDAY

  • Achieve 3000 - Free choice! Choose an activity that interests you!  Make sure that the activity has the 5 step lesson plan!

** DUE TUESDAY!

  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called POEMS. Then, complete ANY ACTIVITY, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • SEESAW activity: CHARACTERISTICS OF POETRY

**DUE TUESDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING: TUESDAY

  • Complete MONDAY’S SEESAW activity and submit.
  • Complete MONDAY’S Achieve 3000 activity and submit a picture of your results on SEESAW.
  • SEESAW activity:  ACROSTIC POEM

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

READING:  WEDNESDAY

  • Achieve 3000 - Free choice! Choose an activity that interests you!  Make sure that the activity has the 5 step lesson plan!

**DUE THURSDAY!

  • SEESAW activity:  AUTHOR’S PURPOSE
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

READING:  THURSDAY

  • Turn in Achieve 3000 Activity
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.
  • Turn in TUESDAY’S SEESAW activity: ACROSTIC POEM

 

READING:  FRIDAY

  • Make-up day!
  • Work on any activity that you need to complete.
  • All work must be submitted by today!
  • Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

 

 

WRITING: MONDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.
  • SEESAW activity: SYNOMYMS

 

WRITING: TUESDAY

  • Complete ONE activity one Spelling City.
  • Brainpop Jr. Video:  First, watch a video called SYNONYMS and ANTONYMS. Then, complete easy/hard quiz, take a picture of your results and submit on Seesaw.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW:  ANTONYMS

 

WRITING: WEDNESDAY

  • Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.
  • WORK ON ANY WRITING ACTIVITIES THAT NEED TO BE COMPLETED.

 

WRITING: THURSDAY

  • Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com.
  • Complete WRITING activity on SEESAW: SYNONYMS/ANTONYMS

 

WRITING: FRIDAY

  • Work on any assignments that need to be completed.
  • All assignments need to be turned in.

 

Week 9 May 18- May 22

READING

MONDAY: MAY 18, 2020

     Achieve 3000 - Free choice! Choose an activity that interests you!  Make sure that the activity has the 5 step lesson plan!

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

TUESDAY:  MAY 19, 2020

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

WEDNESDAY:  MAY 20, 2020

     Achieve 3000 - Free choice! Choose an activity that interests you!  Make sure that the activity has the 5 step lesson plan!

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Complete minimum of one activity on Spelling City.

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

THURSDAY:  MAY 21, 2020

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

     Complete SPELLING TEST ME on spellingcity.com

FRIDAY:  MAY 22, 2020

     Make-up day!

     Work on any activity that you need to complete.

     All work must be submitted by today!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

Week 10 May 25 - May 28

READING

MONDAY: MAY 25, 2020

     MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY!

     NO SCHOOL TODAY!

TUESDAY:  MAY 26, 2020

     Achieve 3000 - Free choice! Choose an activity that interests you!  Make sure that the activity has the 5 step lesson plan!

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

WEDNESDAY:  MAY 27, 2020

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

THURSDAY:  MAY 28, 2020

     Kahoot Challenge!

     Read a story on EPIC and AR Test.

FRIDAY:  MAY 29, 2020

     FIRST DAY OF SUMMER VACATION!