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Tentative Homework/Tests/Quizzes/Projects for the Week of March 27th – 31st.

 

Grade 3:

This week in math, the children will continue to explore equivalent fractions, compare fractions, order fractions, and solve problems by using a model or a number line.

 

This week in religion, the children will review Lent, Three Days, Easter, and Stations of the Cross.  In Chapter 22 the children will learn how we share in Jesus’ mission as we live out his message of peace and justice each day.

 

This week in science, the children will focus on Chapter 2 What Do Plants Need to Live.  The students will describe what plants need to live, describe plant parts and their functions, describe how plants get what they need to live, learn that some plants grow from seeds, describe how plants can  be grouped, describe seeds, explain that plants need energy from the sun, relate leaves to their functions, and explain how plants make food.

 

In handwriting, we continue to transfer over into script.  Most of the students have practiced and should be familiar with writing all or most of the lower case letters.  Some students have begun to learn and practice the upper case letters.  I would like to see them write in script as much as possible, so please encourage your child to do their homework in script.

 

Monday:

Math–              New York Ready Unit 4 Interim Assessment pages 176-178.  Chapter 12 Lessons 4,5, and 12-4 A-B Comparing and Ordering Fractions Quiz on Thursday, 3/30.

Religion–         Lent, Three Days (Triduum), Easter, and Stations of the Cross Test tomorrow.

 

Tuesday:

Math–              Order Fractions Workbook page 148. Chapter 12 Lessons  4, 5, and 12-4 A-B Comparing and Ordering Fractions Quiz on Thursday, 3/30.

 

Wednesday:

Math–              Study for Chapter 12 Lessons 4, 5, and 12-4 A-B Comparing and Ordering Fractions Quiz tomorrow.

 

Thursday:

Math–              Lesson 20 Tell and Write Time New York Ready pages 186-187.

 

Grade 4:

This week in math, the students will understand angles, measure and draw angles, add and subtract with angles, draw and identify parts of polygons, and classify angles, polygons, quadrilaterals, and triangles.

This week in science, the students will

 

 

There will be no homework this week due to the New York State ELA Assessment.  Students should review what we are learning in class this week.