Focus of the Week:
Reading – Students will review previous standards that passages that relate to time and sequence of events, describing cause and effect within passages and asking and answering questions about stories. ( History text, biographies, and realistic fiction).
Math-Students will continue to learn more about whole numbers as fractions and how to construct arguments to justify their conjecture. ( conjecture is a statement you think is true)
Science– Chemistry Magic: Students meet the alchemists, a historic group that used “potions” to try to transform materials.
Social Studies– Students will read and discuss the difference between producers and consumers. They will also learn the difference of bartering and trading (exchanging goods and services).
Homework: Week of May 17th
Spelling: clumsy, athletic, gasped, nation, trail, fellow, gap, route, droplets, chemistry, stumbled, embarrassed, pecked, consumer, producer, services
Monday– Write words 5 times each. Math,
Additional Practice 13.7 whole Numbers as Fractions: Pgs. 167-68.
Wednesday – Write your definition for each word, Math, Additional Practice: 13.8 Construct Arguments Pgs. 169-170
Thursday-Practice Spelling Test, Math 13.8 Reteach to Build Understanding online
Friday-Spelling Test, No homework