• Assignment for week of April 1-3, 2020

     

    Math Assignment:

    Use a ruler that measures both inches and centimeters and find 5 or more items in your house to measure. Measure the items in inches. Then measure the items in centimeters. Send an email to your teacher containing a picture of the items with the measurements, or the names of the items and each item’s length.

    Choice of ways to get your answers to your teacher:

    1. The student can write the answers on paper and have the parent type the answers in the email.

    2. The student can write the answers on paper and have the parent take a picture of it and send it in the email to the teacher.

    3. The student can type the answers in a document and have the parent attach the document to the email.

    4. The student or parent can type the answers the student gives directly into an email to the teacher.

    Math Assignment: Complete 45-60 minute of iReady Math each week. Students get to iReady Math by signing into their Portal.

    Note to Student: You should be passing every test you take. If you do not pass a test, you will have to do the same lesson again. Be sure to pay close attention so you can do your best. You need to take the quizzes by yourself. You do not have to submit any work to your teacher for this because you teacher can see the work you have completed online.

     

    ELA Assignment:

    Read in MyON: “Little Red Riding Hood Stories Around the World”. There are three stories. Choose 2 of the stories to compare and contrast. How are the stories alike? How are the stories different? Write 3-5 sentences about how the stories are the same. Then write 3-5 sentences about how the stories are different. Send these to your teacher on email.

    Choice of ways to get your answers to your teacher:

    1. The student can write the sentences on paper and have the parent take a picture of it and send it in the email to the teacher. Be sure to put your name on your paper!

    2. The student can write the sentences on paper and have the parent type the sentences in the email.

    3. The student can type the sentences in a document and have the parent attach the document to the email.

    4. The student or parent can type the answers the student gives directly into an email to the teacher.

    5. Accommodation for students who cannot write: The parent can type the sentences the student says into the email to the teacher.

     

    Read for 20-30 minutes each day. Send your teacher a list of the books you read. You can either send a list of what you read each day, or you can send a list one time a week of all the books you read that week. This is due by Friday each week.

    Complete 45-60 minute of iReady Reading each week. Note to Student: You should be passing every test you take. If you do not pass a test, you will have to do the same lesson again. Be sure to pay close attention so you can do your best. You need to take the quizzes by yourself. You do not have to submit any work to your teacher for this because you teacher can see the work you have completed online.

     

    Social Studies:

    Read Studies Weekly Week 9 and answer all the questions in each section. When you have earned reward coins, you may use them to play the games in Studies Weekly.

    You do not have to submit any work to your teacher for this because your teacher can see the work you have completed online.

     

    Science Assignment:

    Go into StemScopes on the Student Portal. Read the Vocabulary Words on Picture Vocabulary 2.E.Rocks 6.1. Write 1 sentence for each vocabulary word.

    Choice of ways to get your answers to your teacher:

    1. The student can write the sentences on paper and have the parent take a picture of it and send it in the email to the teacher. Be sure to put your name on your paper!

    2. The student can write the sentences on paper and have the parent type the sentences in the email.

    3. The student can type the sentences in a document and have the parent attach the document to the email.

    4. The student or parent can type the answers the student gives directly into an email to the teacher.

    5. Accommodation for students who cannot write: The parent can type in the student says into the email and hit send.