• 3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of June 1, 2020

     

    I am not sending home new packets this week.  We will use this time to get caught up on any work that is not finished.  If you are finished with your work you can do the following:

     Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

     Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards

    *Play WAR using multiplication

     Writing

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

     

     

    Week of May 25, 2020

     

    Monday, May 25th…Memorial Day…No work!  J

     

    Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

     

    Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards

    *Week #21 – Tuesday Day 1 & 2, Wednesday Day 3, Thursday Day 4, Friday Week #21 Assessment

     

    Writing

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

    *Paragraph Writing Worksheets – Bubble Trouble & Mrs. Grady’s Busy Day

     

    Social Studies

    Finish any work that you need to get caught up on!  J

     

    Science – Mystery Science

    If you have internet at home, your students can use these websites to help promote further learning:

    Mystery Science

    MobyMax 

    Our school code is WA1143

    Login: students first name

    Password:students first name

    Scholastic

     

    3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of May 18, 2020

     

    Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Monday – Top of Her Game…do the questions on page 8.

    *Phonics – Do one page per day.

     

    Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards, Dice multiplication, Dominoes or Cards – Play “War”

    *Worksheets #8-8 and #8-9

    *Week #20 – Monday Day 1, Tuesday Day 2, Wednesday Day 3, Thursday Day 4, Friday Week #20 Assessment

     

    Writing

    *Scholastic News worksheets

    Monday – Close-Reading Questions “The Sky’s The Limit!”

    Wednesday – Close-Reading Questions “Scholastic Summer Read-a-Palooza”

    Friday – Do worksheet “Be a Quiz Whiz!”

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

    *Paragraph Writing Worksheets 

    Monday – Keeping To The Main Idea, Wednesday – Surprise!

     

    Social Studies

    Do Scholastic Worksheet Tic-Tac-Toe

     

    Science – Mystery Science

    If you have internet at home, your students can use these websites to help promote further learning:

    Mystery Science

    MobyMax 

    Our school code is WA1143

    Login: students first name

    Password:students first name

    Scholastic

     

     

     

    3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of May 11, 2020

     

    Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Monday – Read Were You Tricked?…do the questions on page 8.

    *Phonics – Do one page per day.

     

    Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards, Dice multiplication, Dominoes or Cards – Play “War”

    *Worksheets #8-5 and #8-6

    *Week #19 – Monday Day 1, Tuesday Day 2, Wednesday Day 3, Thursday Day 4, Friday Week #19 Assessment

     

    Writing

    *Scholastic News worksheets

    Monday – Close-Reading Questions “Don’t Fall for a Fake”

    Wednesday – Close-Reading Questions “A Day in the Life of a Candidate”

    Friday – Do worksheet “Vote for Me!”

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

    *Paragraph Writing Worksheets 

    Monday – Anacondas, Wednesday – Mystery Fruit, Friday – Warm Blood – Cold Blood

     

    Social Studies

    *Tuesday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Fact of False?

    *Thursday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Be a Quiz Whiz!

     

    Science – Mystery Science

    If you have internet at home, your students can use these websites to help promote further learning:

    Mystery Science

    MobyMax 

    Our school code is WA1143

    Login: students first name

    Password:students first name

    Scholastic

     

    3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of May 4, 2020

     

    Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Monday – Read Can Cows Help Save Our Planet?…do the questions on page 8.

    *Phonics – Do one page per day.

     

    Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards, Dice multiplication, Dominoes or Cards – Play “War”

    *Worksheets – do one per day

    *Week #17 and #18 – Monday Week #17 Assessment and Day 1 of Week #18, Tuesday Day 2, Wednesday Day 3, Thursday Day 4 Friday Week #18 Assessment

     

    Writing

    *Scholastic News worksheets

    Monday – Are You a Problem Solver?

    Wednesday – Close-Reading Questions “Can Cows Change the Climate?”

    Friday – Close-Reading Questions “Stop That Thief!”

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

    *Paragraph Writing Worksheets 

    Monday – Page 27, Wednesday – Page 28, Friday – Page 29

     

    Social Studies

    *Tuesday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Be the Editor!

    *Thursday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Be a Quiz Whiz!

     

    Science – Mystery Science

    If you have internet at home, your students can use these websites to help promote further learning:

    Mystery Science

    MobyMax 

    Our school code is WA1143

    Login: students first name

    Password:students first name

    Scholastic

     

    3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of April 27, 2020

     

    Reading

    *Read for 15 minutes per day…book of your choice. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Monday – Read Civil War Spy…do the questions on page 8.

    *Phonics – Do one page per day.

     

    Math

    *5-10 minutes each – Study flashcards, Dice multiplication, Dominoes or Cards – Play “War”

    *Worksheets – do one per day

    *Week #17 – Monday Day 1, Tuesday Day 2, Wednesday Day 3, Thursday Day 4

     

    Writing

    *Scholastic News worksheets

    Monday – Time to R.A.C.E.,

    Wednesday – Close-Reading Questions “Spy in Disguise”

    Friday – Close-Reading Questions “All About The Census”

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

    *Paragraph Writing Worksheets 

    Monday – People Pals

    Wednesday – Scholars

    Friday – Animal Babies

     

    Social Studies

    *Tuesday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Now and Then

    *Thursday – Do Scholastic Worksheet Be a Quiz Whiz!

     

    Science – Mystery Science

    If you have internet at home, your students can use these websites to help promote further learning:

    Mystery Science

    MobyMax 

    Our school code is WA1143

    Login: students first name

    Password:students first name

    Scholastic

     

     

    3rd & 4th Grade Work

    Week of March 16-20

     

    Reading

    *Read for one hour per day. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Read the Scholastic News and do the questions on page 8.

     

    Math

    *10 minutes – Study flashcards

    *10 minutes – Roll dice and write multiplication problems and answers.

    *10 minutes – Dominoes – turn them all face down. Turn them over one at a time and multiply the two numbers.

    *20 minutes – Cards – Play “War” with someone or by yourself. Turn two cards over and multiply the two numbers.

     

    Writing

    *Spelling words – Voyagers Spelling Review – write each word 5 times each.

    *Put the first 10 words into complete sentences. Your sentences must have at least 5 words in each sentence.

    *Put the second 10 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Put the third 10 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

      

    Week of March 23-27

     

    Reading

    *Read for one hour per day. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Read the Scholastic News and review the questions on page 8. Do: Be a Quiz Whiz!

     

    Math

    *10 minutes – Study flashcards

    *10 minutes – Roll dice and write multiplication problems and answers.

    *10 minutes – Dominoes – turn them all face down. Turn them over one at a time and multiply the two numbers.

    *20 minutes – Cards – Play “War” with someone or by yourself. Turn two cards over and multiply the two numbers.

     

    Writing

    *Spelling words – Pepita Talks Twice – write each word 5 times each.

    *Put the first 8 words into complete sentences. Your sentences must have at least 5 words in each sentence.

    *Put the second 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Put any 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

     

    Week of March 30-April 3

     

    Reading

    *Read for one hour per day. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Read the Scholastic News and review the questions on page 8. Do: Oreo Opinions & An American Hero

     

    Math

    *10 minutes – Study flashcards

    *10 minutes – Roll dice and write multiplication problems and answers.

    *10 minutes – Dominoes – turn them all face down. Turn them over one at a time and multiply the two numbers.

    *20 minutes – Cards – Play “War” with someone or by yourself. Turn two cards over and multiply the two numbers.

     

    Writing

    *Spelling words – Smart Solutions – write each word 5 times each.

    *Put the first 8 words into complete sentences. Your sentences must have at least 5 words in each sentence.

    *Put the second 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Put any 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

     

    Week of April 13-17

     

    Reading

    *Read for one hour per day. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Read the Scholastic News and review the questions on page 8. Do: Close Reading Questions – “A Game Changed My Life”

     

    Math

    *10 minutes – Study flashcards

    *10 minutes – Roll dice and write multiplication problems and answers.

    *10 minutes – Dominoes – turn them all face down. Turn them over one at a time and multiply the two numbers.

    *20 minutes – Cards – Play “War” with someone or by yourself. Turn two cards over and multiply the two numbers.

     

    Writing

    *Spelling words – Poppa’s New Pants – write each word 5 times each.

    *Put the first 8 words into complete sentences. Your sentences must have at least 5 words in each sentence.

    *Put the second 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Put any 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.

     

    Week of April 20-24

     

    Reading

    *Read for one hour per day. Write, at least, 4 to 5 sentences summarizing what you read.

    *Scholastic News – Read the Scholastic News and review the questions on page 8. Do: Close Reading Questions – “She Grew Up to Be a Hero for Women”

     

    Math

    *10 minutes – Study flashcards

    *10 minutes – Roll dice and write multiplication problems and answers.

    *10 minutes – Dominoes – turn them all face down. Turn them over one at a time and multiply the two numbers.

    *20 minutes – Cards – Play “War” with someone or by yourself. Turn two cards over and multiply the two numbers.

     

    Writing

    *Spelling words – Ramona Quimby, Age 8 – write each word 5 times each.

    *Put the first 8 words into complete sentences. Your sentences must have at least 5 words in each sentence.

    *Put the second 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Put any 8 words into complete sentences. Each sentence must have 5 words or more.

    *Journaling – write at least 5 sentences about what you did each day.