Homework

We have to finish our pumpkin person. we still need the following:, a red wig, a white longsleeved shirt, high white socks and red sneakers(tie shoes).

Reading Mrs. Cote:  

this is an online copy of All Capone Does my Shirts

https://fliphtml5.com/xrhym/gbly/basic/151-200 

Ms Sullivan: 

Study Island: Setting  DUE 10/20

Spelling Page 11    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Oc_SjzD70ZoSee6MDpBF4_RwZN4pw5LafZQRTXWAdhM/edit?usp=sharing

Reflex: get to the Green Light 3 times from 10/18 – 10/25  (my user name is SsullivanSES for your login)

Study Island: “Factors and Multiples”: Start now as it is due Tuesday October 26. You must have a 70% to pass, you can do it over as many times as needed.  Use the lesson if necessary as it is open

 MATH : Least Common Multiple

Having trouble understanding, then do the following on think central

Personal Math Trainer There are lots of practice problems as well as examples and step by step procedures to solve problems   https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/wwtb/api/viewer.pl?uid=demo_user&cid=1&wid=NAGM15GRA6TAQU1M1L3SAS&role=Student

 

Math On the spot (Video demonstration)  https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/math/gomath/common/video/video.html#videoId=ref:En_1044

Study Island: Factors nad Multiples: Start now as it is due Tuesday October 26. You must have a 70% to pass, you can do it over as many times as needed.  Use the lesson if necessary as it is open.  DUE OCTOBER 26

Reflex:  get to the green light 3 times a week, 9/27-10/3   extra credit if you get there more than three times.  (my username is SsullivanSES)

 

Dividing  and multiplying Mixed numbers:

Multiplying

Dividing

Change mixed numbers into improper fractions

Change mixed numbers into improper fractions

Try to simplify before 

multiplying

Switch: Change the division sign to multiplication

Multiply across numerators and denominators. 

Flip (reciprocal) the 2nd fraction

Simplify:  if you have an improper fraction, change to a mixed number

Try to simplify before multiplying

 

Multiply across the numerators and denominators

 

Simplify and if you have an improper fraction, turn it into a mixed number. 

   

        

SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS                 

WORD PROBLEMS– Check the math : this must be part of your                                                                            work

                           READ the problem

                                  I: write down the information

                                  I: write down the information

                                  Q: what is the question, write it down

                         PLAN: what or how will you answer or                                                                                                solve the problem

                         SOLVE: follow your plan and solve the                                                                                              problem

                         LOOK BACK: The most important step

                                   Check your work

                                   Is your answer reasonable?

                                   Does it make sense?

                                    Did you answer the question                                                                                                       completely?

                                    Don’t forget to label your answer                                                                                                     correctly.

                      Click here if your child needs a multiplication chart: Multiplication table

                       Click here for divisibility rules 

READING

Cote:    forgot your book?  use this link for a copy online, you do not need to download the PDF

https://fliphtml5.com/xrhym/gbly/basic/151-200  

Sullivan: 

 

Study Island: setting, you must get at least a 70%.  The lesson is open, take it if you get below a 70% on the first try. I take the highest score you get as your grade.   DUE 10/20

                           HOW TO ANSWER AN OPEN ENDED QUESTION–SLAMS

                            S Write in COMPLETE SENTENCES

                            L LENGTH, fill up the lines or make sure it is long enough to answer the question or questions completely

                           A  ANSWER the question or questions. USE  TTQA

                          M CHECK YOUR MECHANICS–Spelling, End                                     Punctuation, and   Capitalization

                           S Include SPECIFIC TEXT SUPPORT for your answer. The text says…

 

WRITING:  

Journal Rubric

At least 6 well-developed sentences of at least eight main words. (4 points)________________

Interesting vocabulary (3 points)___________________________

Sentence Variety (3points)_______________________________

SPELLING: Vowel sounds wiuth R

Monday 10/18  Page 9  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xmUhTbeV5xLmx18iLmSzcEHz6gIGGy8hcSUXUOMagB0/edit?usp=sharing

Tuesday 10/19 Page 10    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bcW2nJIdsu7w9x3zy571gXw7HGlksZ_h33OZ1UF2FRU/edit?usp=sharing

Wednesday 10/20 Page 11   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Oc_SjzD70ZoSee6MDpBF4_RwZN4pw5LafZQRTXWAdhM/edit?usp=sharing

Thursday 10/21 Page 12    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mnRfAPrXwB83X5nYrBjRNzlzIPEiuul6nSZwV53nzX0/edit?usp=sharing

Friday 10/21 Test

GRAMMAR:None this week

SCIENCE:

5th grade Bring in two 2-liter plastic bottles  with smooth sides 

We are working on our first lab report.  We will be experimenting on whether or not a plant will survive with out light. Start writing your lab report.

6th grade; We are investigating Air Pressure and wind. Complete worksheet for lab  we will be going over how to write a formal lab report tomorrow.

We will also be starting a technology/science project on the water cycle. 

SOCIAL STUDIES: ancient Egypt