• Week of April 16th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.75;    Student Activity book - Finish p.112-114
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.70 ; Student Activity book - Finish p. 116-118 ; 
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 71 ; Student Activity book p.         
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - Work on your research for your writing/social studies or science project.  You must take notes on your subtopics as you research.
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 72  Student Activity book p.      Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - Work on your research for your writing/social studies or science project.  You must take notes on your subtopics as you research.
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - 
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - Work on your research for your writing/social studies or science project.  You must take notes on your subtopics as you research.
     
     
     
     
     
    Week of April 9th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.;    Student Activity book - p.98-99
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book - p. 100-101 ; 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  for the Nutrition - work on your Healthy Food Advertisement due Friday
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.         
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - for the Nutrition - work on your Healthy Food Advertisement due Friday
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.      Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - for the Nutrition - work on your Healthy Food Advertisement due Friday
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - Work on your research for your writing/social studies or science project.  You must take notes on your subtopics as you research.
     
     
     
     
    Week of March 19th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.66;    Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 67; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  for the Nutrition, record your dinner menu on Notability or on paper.
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book         Fraction Worksheet 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.      Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - 
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
    Week of March 12th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.62;    Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.63 ; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  for the Nutrition, record your dinner menu on Notability or on paper.
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 64 ; Student Activity book         Fraction Worksheet 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.  65     Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - 
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
     
    Week of March 5th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.6 ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science - Using your science review page, study for your test.  Redo questions if you need to.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.59 ; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  Continue studying for science test
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book         Fraction Worksheet p.31
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.       Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - 
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of February 28th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.60 ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.57 ; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  Begin studying for science test
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book Finish class assignment p.85-88   Fraction Worksheet 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - Keep studying for science test and finish your project if you did not complete today.
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.       Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - finish science review due tomorrow
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of February 19th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- WASHINGTON HOLIDAY
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET P.28
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  Begin studying for science test
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.       Fraction Worksheet p.30
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - Keep studying for science test
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.       Worksheet p.        
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
    Science - finish science review due tomorrow
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
    Week of February 12th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- LINCOLN HOLIDAY
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science - Finish your California Water Needs on Google Classroom and submit.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book - p.  ; FRACTION WORKSHEET P.29
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book  Worksheet p.29
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.       Worksheet p. 25       
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of February 5th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.54; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science - Finish your California Water Needs on Google Classroom and submit.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.56 ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  Finish your California Water Needs on Google Classroom and submit.
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of January 29th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.51; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  MANY OF YOU ARE NOT READING ENOUGH. IN 20-30 MINUTES YOU SHOULD BE READING 10-25 PAGES!!! Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.  If you don't read enough, your responses will be poorly written.  Focus on the main idea of the chapters you read.
    Science - Finish your California Water Needs on Google Classroom and submit.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 52; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTES TO WRITE YOUR RESPONSES.  RESPONSES SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON SEPARATE DAYS. FOCUS ON THE MAIN IDEA AND GIVE SEVERAL DETAILS AND EXAMPLES FROM THE CHAPTER(S) YOU READ.
    Science -  Finish your California Water Needs on Google Classroom and submit.
     
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  REREAD, EDIT, AND REVISE RESPONSES BEFORE TURNING THEM IN. They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
    Week of January 22nd
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.47 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 48; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.   Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
    Week of January 15th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.43 ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 44 ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 46  Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
    Week of January 8th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.39 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.40 ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 42 ; Student Activity book FINISH p.69-70
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 41   Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday - Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
     
    Week of December 18th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- Math Test on WEDNESDAY!
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.38  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.     ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.    Student Activity book p.              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of December 11th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- ***Barnes & Noble Night WEDNESDAY- A fun night for the kids and 15% all purchases will go directly to our school.  Get some holiday shopping done and help the school!***
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.53
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read everyday this week.  Write a response early so you have time to revise and edit.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 36    ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday - ***Barnes & Noble Night TONIGHT- A fun night for the kids and 15% all purchases will go directly to our school.  Get some holiday shopping done and help the school!***
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 37    Student Activity book Finish p. 55              
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  Reading log given on Friday.  Read at least one day over the weekend.  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.  Also, if you have a busy schedule with sports or other activities, you will be ahead of schedule.
     
     
    Week of December 4th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- ***Santa's Workshop tomorrow BRING YOUR HOLIDAY MONEY!***
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p. 49
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Monday this week.  You should read everyday this week.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.     ; Student Activity book - p.50
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.34  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 35    Student Activity book p.               
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
    Week of November 27th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.30  ; Student Activity book p.   
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Monday this week.  You should read everyday this week.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 31    ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 32 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.               
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
    Week of November 13th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p. 44  
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 27    ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.27  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  ***Tomorrow GAME DAY reward. *** Bring board games or appropriate video games that do not need wifi.
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.   46             
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
    Week of November 6th
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.25  ; Student Activity book p.     
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.      ; Student Activity book - p.42
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 26 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.                
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
    Week of October 30
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.23  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - ***Happy Halloween***
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.      ; Student Activity book - p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.22 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  
    Math - Homework book - p. 24    Student Activity book p.                
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of October 23
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    ***Unit Test on Fractions this Friday.  Study with your math books.  Make sure you know how to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers, order fractions, estimate fractions, use a number line that utilizes fractions, and solve problems using fractions.  We will begin a review assignment on Tuesday and continue through Thursday.  
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.21  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.      ; Student Activity book - p.31-32 Review for Friday's test
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.33-34
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  ***Don't forget to study for the Math TEST tomorrow
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.                
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of October 16
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.19  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science - Finish your Tools Scientists Use & Safety Tips assignment
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 20     ; Student Activity book -
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science -  
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.25 Finish from class.  Remember to do the estimated and the actual answer
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - 
     
    Thursday -  ***PTA Fundraiser due tomorrow
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.                WORKSHEET p.10-11
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of October 9
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.16  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science - Finish your Popplet if you take your iPad home.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 17     ; Student Activity book -Finish p.21
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science - finish Earth Systems Popplet
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.18 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - Finish your coding app chart
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.24
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of October 2
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.12  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
    Science - Finish your Popplet if you take your iPad home.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 13     ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE.  Use your samples to guide you.  We have covered all response types.
    Science - finish Earth Systems Popplet
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 14; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
    Science/Tech - Finish your coding app chart
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
     
     
    Week of September 25
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, Predict and Infer, Monitor/Clarify, and Evaluation.  The five we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.15
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.9      ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE  This week you begin your responses (Question, summary, Predict/Infer only).  Use your samples to guide you.
    Science - finish first geosphere assignment if not completed in class.
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.10 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.11     Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of September 18
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, and/or Predict and Infer, the three we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.6  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over the weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.7      ; Student Activity book p. 12 (finish)
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE  This week you begin your responses (Question, summary, Predict/Infer only).  Use your samples to guide you.
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.8 ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
     
    Week of September 11
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write two responses for Question, Summary, and/or Predict and Infer, the three we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question or Predict/Infer response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea. This has been modeled as close reading in class.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - see above for directions.  Your log sheet was given on Friday.  You should read at least once on the weekend.  It is also a good idea to write a response over weekend especially if you have sports or other commitments during the week that tighten your schedule.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.3      ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE  This week you begin your responses (Question, summary, Predict/Infer only).  Use your samples to guide you.
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 4; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p. 5    Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on a reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Week of September 4
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you will write responses for Question and Summary, the two we practiced in class and you have samples for. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your Question response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Three to four questions is acceptable. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- HOLIDAY
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - 
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book       ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - SEE ABOVE  This week you begin your responses (Question, summary only).  Use your samples to guide you.
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - Don't forget your responses for this week.  They are due tomorrow.
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on the reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
     
     
    Week of August 28
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you may continue writing responses for           (Remember to infer using evidence directly from the chapter(s) you read), question, and summary. Also, be sure to write one response from one of your chapters for the week. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your evaluation, question, predict/infer, or monitor/clarify response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing 
    Reading - Reading 20 -30 minutes.  Log-in the pages you read tonight.  If you are reading the same book from today.  Just add extra pages.  No writing your responses this week.  We will write in class so you know what is expected.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book       ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - Finish personal narrative.  Be sure that you have added detail and description to your narrative as well as your illustration.  Remember to check carefully for proper capitals and end punctuation.
    Reading - Reading 20 -30 minutnces.  Log-in the pages you read tonight.  If you are reading the same book from today.  Just add extra pages.  No writing your responses this week.  We will write in class so you know what is expected.
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing - 
    Reading - Reading 20 -30 minutes.  Log-in the pages you read tonight.  If you are reading the same book from today.  Just add extra pages.  No writing your responses this week.  We will write in class so you know what is expected.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.      Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary/Writing 
    Reading - Reading 20 -30 minutes.  Log-in the pages you read tonight.  If you are reading the same book from today.  Just add extra pages.  No writing your responses this week.  We will write in class so you know what is expected.
     
    Friday -  Read at least one day on the weekend for 20-30 minutes.
     
     
    Week of September 
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you may continue writing responses for evaluation, predict and Infer (Remember to infer using evidence directly from the chapter(s) you read), question, and summary. Also, be sure to write one response from one of your chapters for the week. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your evaluation, question, predict/infer, or monitor/clarify response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math -Homework and Remembering book p.  ; Student Activity book 
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading -
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book       ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - 
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - 
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.     Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary 
    Reading - 
     
    Friday -  It is also a good idea to work on the reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
      
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in.Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you may continue writing responses for evaluation, predict and Infer (Remember to infer using evidence directly from the chapter(s) you read), question, and summary. Also, be sure to write one response from one of your chapters for the week. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your evaluation, question, predict/infer, or monitor/clarify response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Multiplication Review p.130 and finish p. 133 from class in Student Activity book
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 15  finish categories and syllables assignment. 
    Reading -Be sure you are reading your biography and working on your weekly response.  Don't wait until the last minute.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.       ; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 15 Vocabulary Mapping Activity (reflect, extract, preserve, promote, propose)
    Reading - see above
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. 70; Student Activity book p.
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Edit and rewrite paragraph L15
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.       Student Activity book p.140
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 15 Creative paragraph write using spelling and vocabulary words.  Read the directions on your sheet to guide you.
    Reading - Continue reading your biography.  
     
    Friday - Read biography book choice over the weekend at least one day.  It is also a good idea to work on the reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
     
     
    Homework Week   
     
    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in.Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you may continue writing responses for evaluation, predict and Infer (Remember to infer using evidence directly from the chapter(s) you read), question, and summary. Also, be sure to write one response from one of your chapters for the week. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your evaluation, question, predict/infer, or monitor/clarify response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
    Monday- 
    Math - Multiplication Review p.114 in Student Activity book
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 14
    Reading -Be sure you are reading your biography and working on your weekly response.  Don't wait until the last minute.
     
    Tuesday - 
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p.       ; Student Activity book p.116-117
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 14 Vocabulary Mapping Activity (endure, enrichment, immerse, enable, impose)
    Reading - see above
     
    Wednesday -
    Math - Homework and Remembering book p. ; Student Activity book p.118-119
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Edit and rewrite L14
    Reading - Don't forget to read every night as stated above.
     
    Thursday -
    Math - Homework book - p.       Student Activity book p.128
    Spelling/Vocabulary - Lesson 14 Creative paragraph write using spelling and vocabulary words.  Read the directions on your sheet to guide you.
    Reading - Continue reading your biography.  You should be finished with your book by Monday.
     
    Friday - Read biography book choice over the weekend at least one day.  It is also a good idea to work on the reading response, so you have time to revise and edit before it's due on the upcoming Friday.
     
    Week of    Nightly -Reading 20-30 minutes nightly + complete the daily log-in. Remember to read 5-6 days per week and use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation when writing title, author, and responses.  Record pages read per day (e.g. 21-36).  This week you may continue writing responses for evaluation, predict and Infer (Remember to infer using evidence directly from the chapter(s) you read), question, and summary.Also, be sure to write one response from one of your chapters for the week. Stick to one main idea. Use your samples from class to help you.  It is critical that you give evidence and details from the book when responding.  When you write your evaluation, question, predict/infer, or monitor/clarify response, you must start with a 2-3 sentence quick summary before completing the rest of the response. Keep your mind engaged in what you are discovering and reread (an important strategy) if you get distracted or lost.  Also, go back and reread as needed to explain your thinking when writing or to more deeply understand characters, events, or main idea.  Build the number of sentences you are writing 6-10 sentences is the goal, not 3-4 sentences. The more engaged you are when you read, the more the book becomes a movie in your head and the easier it will be to write about what you have read.  Remember to write about main events in the chapters, not the less important ideas.  Each chapter has a main idea, look for it, and write about it.
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on April 19, 2018