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Tentative Homework/Tests/Quizzes/Projects for the Week of September 18th- 22nd.

WEEK AT A GLANCE:

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3rd Grade Homework:

Monday, 9/18:

Math:  Worksheet Multiply by 3s.

Science:  Ch.  11 Vocab. Quiz, 9/21.

Religion:  Chapter 2 Quiz, 9/25.

 

Tuesday, 9/19:

Math:  Ready NY CCLS Lesson 1 Understand the Meaning of Multiplication Common Core Performance Task page 7.

Science:  Ch.  11 Vocab. Quiz, 9/21.

Religion:  Chapter 2 Quiz, 9/25.

 

Wednesday 9/20:

Math: Ready NY CCLS Lesson 2 Use Order and Grouping To Multiply Common Core Practice pages 18-19.

Science:  Ch.  11 Vocab. Quiz, 9/21.

Religion:  Chapter 2 Quiz, 9/25.

 

Thursday 9/21:

Math:  Multiply Fours Workbook page 44. 

Religion:  Chapter 2 Quiz, 9/25.

*****All Quizzes and Tests (except multiplication fact drills) must be signed and corrected, otherwise points will be deducted from the homework grade.*****

 

Friday 9/22:

Math:  Review twos, threes, fours, and fives multiplication tables.

Religion:  Chapter 2 Quiz 9/25.

 

4th Graded Homework:

Monday 9/18:

Math:  Ordering Numbers Worksheet.

Science: Ch. 5 Vocabulary Quiz moved to 9/22.

 

Tuesday 9/19:

Math:  Number Sense:  Use a Number Line Workbook page 7.

Science: Ch. 5 Vocabulary Quiz moved to 9/22.

 

Wednesday 9/20:

Math:  Make Change Workbook page 8.

Science: Ch. 5 Vocabulary Quiz moved to 9/22.

 

Thursday 9/21:

Math: Place Value Worksheet-two sided

Science: Ch. 5 Vocabulary Quiz moved to 9/22.

*****All Quizzes and Tests  must be signed and corrected, otherwise points will be deducted from the homework grade.*****

 

Friday 9/22:  Math Chapter 1 Test Tuesday, 9/26 or Wednesday, 9/27.

 

 

WEEK AT A GLANCE:

3rd Grade

Math

In Chapter 4, students will multiply twos, threes, fours, and fives, use the properties of multiplication, find missing factors, and solve multi-step problems.

Science

In Chapter 11, students will focus on the Properties of Matter.  They will learn that matter has properties that can be observed, described, and measured. In lesson 1, students will measure the volume of a liquid, describe physical properties of matter, and explain why some objects float and others sink.  In lesson 2, the students will identify properties of solids, liquids, and gases, and describe evaporation and condensation. In lesson 3, the students will make a mixture and a solution, describe several types of physical changes, and explain how a chemical change differs from a physical change.

Chapter 11 Vocabulary 

The children will have a Vocabulary quiz on the following 12 words on Thursday, 9/21.  We are making vocabulary index cards in class to help the children study.  These types of quizzes will be made up of matching, multiple choice, true/false, or fill in the blank with a word box.

Lesson 1 page 455:    matter, physical property, mass, volume, density

Lesson 2 page 467:    solid, liquid, gas, evaporation, condensation

Lesson 3 page 477:    mixture, solution

Religion

In Chapter 2, students will be introduced to Jesus’ teaching about God’s love and the Kingdom of God.

 

3rd Grade Specials:

Monday = Computer / Tuesday = Italian / Thursday = Art and Gym / Friday = Handwriting

 

Helpful Websites:
math4fun.com|coolmath.com|sumdog.com|mathplayground.com
progressinmathematics.com|mathletics.com|religion.sadlierconnect.com
harcourtschool.com|scholastic.com/readingclub

 

 

4th Grade

Math

In Chapter 1, students will read and write numbers to the hundred millions, compare and order whole numbers and money amounts, round whole numbers and money amounts, and make a table or a list to solve a problem.

Science

In Chapter 5, students will focus on Understanding Ecosystems.  They will learn that there are living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem and that they interact and impact one another.

Chapter 5 Vocabulary

The children will have a Vocabulary quiz on the following 9 words on Friday, 9/22.  We are making vocabulary index cards in class to help the children study.  These types of quizzes will be made up of matching, multiple choice, true/false, or fill in the blank with a word box.

Lesson 1 page 199:    environment, ecosystem, population, community

Lesson 2 page 209:    biotic, abiotic, diversity

Lesson 3 page 221:    pollution, habitat restoration

 

Helpful Websites:
math4fun.com|coolmath.com|sumdog.com|mathplayground.com
progressinmathematics.com|mathletics.com|religion.sadlierconnect.com
harcourtschool.com|scholastic.com/readingclub