Escaping the Giant Wave Chapters 1-3Posted by Michelle Smith at 8/25/2017
Smith ELA News 8/28/17
- Read Escaping the Giant Wave nightly & discuss using RACE format. We will cover chapters 1-3 this week.
- Study spelling and know the meanings of the 14 vocabulary words. Your child is using the context of the way the word is used in the story to know which definition to use.
What we are learning this week:
Reading: Escaping the Giant Wave: Cause/effect, sequence events, analyzing character’s motives, Making reading resolutions Chapters 1-3 Test Friday
Writing: Answering questions in RACE format, writing informative paragraphs
Spelling: tsunami, mischief, devious, ambition, brochure, frugal, accumulate, obnoxious, indent, confront, coast, locate, remote, boast, known, slope, shown, fellow, solve, shock Vocabulary on back
Greek Root: phob-fear Latin Root: décor-ornament
Social Studies: MS History: Adventures in Time and Place- Students will learn about our local government. Scholastic News magazine will be read to learn about current events.
Monday- Read Chapter 1 of Escaping the Giant Wave & discuss. Research Tsunamis and bring 5 facts to school to share with your classmates,
Tuesday-. Read chapter 2 of Escaping the Giant Wave & discuss using RACE format. Students who are not doing homework or who struggle with RACE will have additional assignments.
Wednesday- Review vocabulary & spelling, Students who are not doing homework or who struggle with RACE will have additional assignments
Thursday- Read Chapter 3 of Escaping the Giant Wave and review using RACE. Discuss vocabulary and meanings with an adult. Students who are not doing homework or who struggle with RACE will have additional assignments
Escaping the Giant Wave Vocabulary
- Tsunami (p. 0) is a series of destructive ocean waves, usually started by earthquakes. Tsunamis can also be caused by underwater landslides or volcanic eruptions.
- mischief (p. 2) playful behavior causing harm, damage, or trouble
“I think Mrs. Hoke’s goal was to keep the class out of mischief without having a bunch of papers to grade.”
- devious (p. 4) crafty, dishonest, or sneaky
“He never hurt me enough that I had to go to the school nurse- he was much too devious for that.”
- indentation (p.4) a notch , deep hole, or act of indenting
His punches stung but didn’t bruise me; his pokes left an indentation but never broke the skin.”
- confrontation (p. 4)to face boldly in a challenge
“I dislike confrontations of any kind and avoid physical conflict most of all.”
- compromise (p. 4) to agree to accept something that is not exactly what you wanted
“When I’m dealing with reasonable people I can settle any discussion with discussion and compromise.”
- brawn (p. 5) strong muscles, strength
“I used to tell myself that brains are more important than brawn and that avoiding a fight I was outsmarting Daren.”
- ambitions (p. 5) strong desire to succeed or achieve a goal
“Good luck with achieving your ambitions.”
- accumulation (p. 5) gathering things over time
“That afternoon I took home an accumulation of items from my locker.”
- brochure (p. 11) a pamphlet containing advertising or information about a topic.
“I had been contributing my major babysitting skills to the good of the family for about a month when dad brought home a handful of travel brochures.”
- frugality (p. 18) careful with money, thrifty
“I appreciate your frugality in wanting to save money.”
- nonchalant (p.17) acting cool or unconcerned
” I tried to look nonchalant at the airport, as if I flew somewhere every week.”
- maimed (p. 21) to badly injure or violently cripple
I should be able to talk back to Daren without getting maimed.
- obnoxious (p. 24) annoying, offensive
A few get obnoxious and insist that they are going to stay at the new hotel whether rooms are ready or not.”
Frindle Week 1Posted by Michelle Smith at 8/14/2017
Weekly News 8/14
We are learning about each other this week. We are working on creating a loving, safe environment where our children can come home everyday saying, “Today I had a great day with all of my best friends.”
We are reading the book Frindle this week. Frindle is an awesome story about the power of words and the power we have to change our world. We will be reading the book in class. The students will be asked to reread assigned chapters at home. Please discuss the story with your child nightly. I love this story and I hope you do too!
Parent Open House will be on August 21st at 6:00. This is an EXTREMELY important night when we will discuss our plans for the year. (Mandatory)
Our spelling and vocabulary words are located on the back of this newsletter and on our website each week. The words are taken from the story Frindle. Encourage your child to look for these words while reading Frindle and discuss their meanings in context.
Social Studies: MS History: Adventures in Time and Place
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of using maps.
Math: Multiplication and Division Students will use multiplication properties to simplify computation. They will also learn to use patterns to find products.
Science: Life Science/Inquiry Students will learn about the two major groups into which plants are classified and how they reproduce.
Homework assignments are subject to change according to the lessons completed in class. It is the student’s responsibility to copy the homework, along with its specific instructions, from the front board on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
EVERY night read for thirty minutes & review vocabulary & spelling. Review multiplication facts for 15 minutes nightly.
Monday: Read chapters 3-5 of Frindle & discuss the plot of the story so far with an adult, Math workbook Practice page 1-1
Tuesday: Read chapters 6-7 of Frindle & discuss with an adult, compare Mrs. Granger and
Mrs. Smith using a venn diagram, Math workbook Practice page 1-2
Wednesday: Study vocabulary & spelling (On back of newsletter)
Thursday: Read chapter 8 of Frindle and review chapters 1-8 for Friday’s comprehension test.
Math workbook Practice page 1-4
Weekly Testing schedule: Thursdays-Spelling test, Fridays- Reading and vocabulary tests
*******Summer readiing book, Trumpet of the Swan Test will be given Friday.
Frindle Spelling & Vocabulary
Thursday SPELLING test
Friday Vocabulary & Comprehension Tests
- Crimson p. 4- deep red in color
- hesitate p. 15- to pause
- procedure p. 13- a method of doing something
- essential p.11- necessary or fundamental
- acquire p. 11- to gain or get as one’s own
- delight p. 2- to be highly pleased, rejoice
- liven p. 3- cheer
- jumble p.- mix of jump & tumble, to mix in a confused heap
- frantically p. 12-wild with excitement
- Glance p. 3, 15 – to take a quick look
- profound - deeply felt
- complex - two or more parts, complicated
- innocently (back)- knowing no evil, not guilty
- properly p11- in the appropriate or correct manner
- unfortunate p. 15- unlucky
- 6- exclusive control
- acquainted p. 13-to make familiar
- promptly p 4- punctual, on time
- graph- write
- biblio- book
City of Ember Week 4Posted by Michelle Smith at 4/3/2017
Smith/Rouser’s Monday Memos 4/3/17
Parents: We are working extremely hard to prepare for testing. We need your help with the following for the next three weeks:
- No absences or tardies unless extremely sick.
- Please check any and all homework carefully. Go over testing mistakes sent home with your child. We need to help him/her learn from mistakes now before testing.
- Remind your child daily to behave and stay focused on school. (We will party AFTER STATE testing!)
Reading: We are completing our unit on the fantastic book, The City of Ember. Good news! We will not have vocabulary or spelling tests for the rest of this year! We are focusing on test prep and comprehension.
Science: Matter- Students will learn about physical changes and how heating and cooling can cause physical changes in matter.
Social Studies: MS History: Chapter 6-Students will learn about the role MS played in the Civil War, and the changes that took place after the War Between the States. Scholastic News will be read to learn about current events.
Math: Lines, Angles, and Shapes- Students will draw lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.
Monday: Math workbook p16-3, Read chapters 16, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Tuesday: Math workbook P16-4 & 16-5, Read chapter 17, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Wednesday- Read chapters 18-19, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Thursday: Math worksheet, Read chapter 20, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Quizzes and Tests:
Thursday- Chapter 16 math test (Part 1: Lessons 1-6)
Friday- Week 4 Ch 16-20 Ember Vocabulary & Comprehension tests
City of Ember Week 3Posted by Michelle Smith at 3/27/2017
Smith/Rouser’s Monday Memos 3/27/17
Dates to Remember:
April 10- American Lung Assoc. (Super Kids) money is due.
April 11- Super Kids prizes will be given out.
May 17- Super Kids Field Day
Reading: We will continue reading The City of Ember Ch 11-15
Science: Matter- Students will learn how to measure mass and density.
Social Studies: MS History: Adventures in Time and Place Chapter 6
Students will learn about the role MS played in the Civil War, and the changes that took place after the War Between the States. Scholastic News magazine will be read to learn about current events.
Math: Solving Measurement and Data Problems, Lines/Angles/Shapes
Students will review drawing and identifying lines and angles. They will classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.
Monday: Math worksheet 416-417, Read chapters 14, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Tuesday: Math workbook P16-4 & 16-5, Read chapters 15, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy. Study Vocabulary & Spelling.
Wednesday- Study Spelling & Vocabulary. Be sure you have reread and can comprehend chapters 11-15 from City of Ember.
Thursday: Math workbook P16-7
Quizzes and Tests:
Tuesday- Math Chapter 15 test
Thursday-: Ember Week 3 spelling test & Week 3 Ch 11-15 Ember Vocabulary & Comprehension tests
City of Ember Week 3 Spelling and Vocabulary
- proceed- begin or continue a course of action
- misfortune- bad luck
- tainted- contaminated or polluted
- sauntering- to walk in a slow, relaxed way
- delectable- delicious
- dismay- to feel distress
- hunkering- to work hard at one task
- demonstrators- someone who takes part in a public protest
- troublesome- causing difficulty or annoyance
10.heaving- lifting or carrying something heavy
- deciphering- decoding or turning into normal language
- emerged- move out or away from something
- gradually- slowly
- thievery- stealing someone’s property
- plunder- things stolen from others
- gorging- eating a large amount
- bewilderment- being confused or puzzled
- seize- to grab ahold of something quickly and forcefully
- dawdled- to waste time or be slow
- feeble- not having much physical strength
- vicious- cruel or violent
- frenzied- wildly excited or uncontrolled
- frantic- wild with fear or anxiety
City of Ember Week 2Posted by Michelle Smith at 3/6/2017
Smith/Rouser’s Monday Memos 3/6/17
Dates to Remember:
March 7 CASE 21 District Writing Assessment
Make-A-Wish Week- $1 per day (Or as much as you wish to donate)
Wednesday- Hat Day ($1 donation)
Thursday- Electronic Hour ($1 donation)
Friday- Pajama Day ($1 donation)
March 13-17 Spring Break
Reading: We will continue reading The City of Ember chap 6-10
Science: Electricity and Magnetism- Students will learn how electric charges affect objects; how electric current flows through different objects; how magnets act; and how magnets are used to generate electricity.
Social Studies: MS History- Students will learn about the importance of cotton to our state in the 1800s, the role MS played in the Civil War, and the changes that took place after the War Between the States. Scholastic News magazine will be read to learn about current events.
Math: Measurement Units and Conversions- Students will estimate fluently and measure with units of weight, mass, capacity and length. Students will be able to convert between customary units and convert between metric units.
Homework: Monday: Math wb P14-9, Read chapters 6-7, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy.
Tuesday: Read chapters 8-9, discuss & answer comprehension questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy. Study Vocabulary & Spelling. Math workbook P14-10
Wednesday: Read chapter 10, discuss & answer comp. questions in complete answer sentences. Check with a parent for accuracy. Study vocabulary & spelling.
Thursday – Math worksheet 394/395
Quizzes and Tests: Case Writing Essay Tuesday
Thursday: Chapters 6-10 Comprehension, vocabulary, and spelling tests, Chapter 14 Math test
Friday- Science Electricity and Magnetism test
City of Ember Spelling and Vocabulary Week 2
- Grave- serious, cause for alarm
- Anticipation-expecting something
- Incomprehensible-not able to be understood
- Wrenched-to pull or twist suddenly or violently
- Strewn-scatter or spread over an area
- Unsettled-not stable
- Illegible- too messy to be read
- Twiddled-to touch or twist something in a nervous way
- Fragments-a small or broken piece of something
10.Reluctantly (Review)-to hesitate when doing something
11Vaguely- uncertain or unclear
Chapters 8 & 9:
- Enraged-very angry or furious
- Gnarled-twisted or rough
- Surged (Review)-to move powerfully forward or upward
- Unpromising-to have no hope of success or good results
- Mechanism-parts that work together
- Descended-to move or fall downward
- Restlessly-not relaxed because of anxiety or boredom
- Blearily-blurry or dimmed from sleep or tiredness
- Methodically-in an orderly way
- Shuddering (Review)-to tremble
City of Ember Week 1Posted by Michelle Smith at 2/21/2017
Smith/Rouser’s Monday Memos 2/21/17
Notes: Thank you for the Valentines, words of love, and gifts you gave Mrs. Rouser and I last week. You make us feel so loved!
Get your costumes ready! Read Across America Day is March 2nd. Students are asked to dress up like their favorite book character!
Reading: This week we are reading chapters 1-5 of an exciting book, The City of Ember. We only have one class set of this book. If you are able to purchase a copy for your child, that would be a huge help!
Science: Make Up of the Earth- Students will learn about the useful natural resources our Earth produces and how people can conserve those resources.
Social Studies: MS History: Students will learn about the importance of cotton to our state in the 1800s, the role MS played in the Civil War, and the changes that took place after the War Between the States. Scholastic News will be read to learn about current events.
Math: Lines and Angles- Students will identify, measure, also add and subtract angles.
Tuesday: Read City of Ember Chapters 1-2, Answer ch 1-2 questions in study guide, Math workbook P 16-1 and P 16-2
Wednesday/Thursday: Read Chapters 3-5 & Answer questions in study guide, Study vocab & Spelling, Math workbook P 16-6
Quizzes and Tests:
Thursday- Smith Homeroom only- Ch 5 MS History Test (Study MS History Study guide)
Friday- Science test (The Make Up of the Earth), Spelling Test, City of Ember Vocabulary & Comprehension tests Chapters 1-5
City of Ember Vocabulary Week 1
City of Ember Spelling and Vocabulary Week 1
- Endeavor-Something that takes effort over time
- Successor-Someone who comes AFTER someone else
- Vital-very important
- Labyrinth-a maze
- Wretched-An unhappy state
- Prosper-To be successful
- Shortage-a situation in which someone cannot get something
- Plummeting-To fall straight down at high speed
- Diminished-Made smaller or less
- Disreputable-Not considered to be respectable
- Muttered -(Review) to say in a low voice
- Raucous-Making a loud noise
- Clamor-a group of people talking and shouting
- Chasm-A deep crevice or hole in the Earth
- Scurried- (Review) To move quickly with short steps
- Turbulent- Not controlled or calm
Chapters 4 & 5:
- Pungent-Having a strong taste or smell
- Gruff-a no nonsense or blunt approach
- Lurch- an uncontrolled or staggering movement
- Flailed- to wave or swing wildly
- Defiant- (Review) showing resistance
- Incoherently- rambling, without logic
My Side of the Mountain Week 2Posted by Michelle Smith at 1/30/2017
Smith/Rouser’s Newsletter 1-31-17
Dates to Remember:
January 30- Feb. 3 - School Counselor’s Week
January 31- World’s Finest Chocolate Pep Rally
February 1- Bank Day
Monday- Math worksheet, read 50-68 and discuss/answer questions attached
Tuesday- Math worksheet, Read 68-85 & discuss/answer questions
Wednesday- Study Vocabulary and Spelling
Thursday – Math workbook P 13-1, Read 86-101 & discuss/answer questions.
Quizzes and Tests:
Tuesday- Math chapter 12 test (part 2)
Thursday- Spelling Test
Friday- Reading & Vocabulary Test on pages 51-101, figurative language test
What we are learning this week:
Writing: We are working on researching birds, animals, and plants native to the Catskills during writing workshop. We are revising, editing, and publishing material to make a class book for all to enjoy.
Science: Make Up of the Earth-Students will learn how volcanos and earthquakes change the surface of the Earth. We will review the different types of landforms on Earth’s surface.
Social Studies: MS History: Students will learn how MS went from being a territory to becoming a state. Scholastic News magazine will be read to learn about current events.
Math: Fractions-Students will review adding and subtracting mixed numbers. They will multiply fractions by whole numbers.
Reading: My Side of the Mountain pgs 50-101 this week.
Skill: We are identifying figurative language found in our story. Please review the following terms and help your child identify figurative language found on each page. Test Friday
Similes -comparisons using the words “like” or “as”.
Metaphors -is a phrase of words that makes a comparison between two unlike objects without using the words “like” or “as.”
Personification- A figure of speech in which human characteristics are given to an animal or an object.
Onomatopoeia - use of a word to describe/imitate a natural sound or the sound made by an object/action
Idioms -An expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its separate words but that has a separate meaning of its own. Idioms say one thing and mean another & are not meant to be taken literally.
Hyperbole -An exaggeration that is so dramatic that no one would believe the statement is true. (EX:Tall tales)
My Side of the Mountain Week 2 Spelling & Vocabulary (pgs 51-101)
Chapters 9-14 Test Thursday
Berate (p. 51)- scold or criticize
Niche (p. 53)- a small suitable place
Residue (p. p. 53)- the remainder of something
Poaching (p. 56)- illegally hunting or fishing on another’s property
Harassing (p. 57)- giving aggressive pressure
Provoke (p. 55)- to cause one to act, to annoy
Hysterics (p. 64)- fit of uncontrollable laughter or crying
Lure (p. 67)- something appealing, bait
Peculiar (p. 70) odd, different
Botanical (p. 72)- having to do with plants
Talons (p. 72)- sharp claws on birds of prey
Ventilate (p. 93) to cause fresh air to circulate
Scheme (p. 94) a plan or strategy
Vague- not clear
Cascade-rushing down in large amounts
Emphatic- forceful, insisting
Cavity- an empty space within a solid object
Latin/Greek Roots: hypno- sleep phone-sound
First week of 2017Posted by Michelle Smith at 1/3/2017
Smith/Rouser’s First Newsletter of 2017!!!
Just a few Notes: Welcome back and Happy New Year! We missed your children’s beautiful faces and are excited to start the New Year!
Reading Fair Reminder: The Reading fair is MANDATORY for all students at MAUE. Projects are due January 9th for classroom presentations. School-wide winners will be selected from each class based on the rubric on Mrs. Berry’s website or state dept. website. Be sure to use the non-fiction rubric if your book is non-fiction and the fiction rubric for fiction projects. Please allow your student to shine and show creativity but PLEASE check the project for errors in spelling, punctuation, and content. Last minute projects teach a child to procrastinate rather than plan effectively. Props, costumes, and art are encouraged to demonstrate knowledge!
Reading: Books about dreams, goals, leadership, and how we treat others will be read in class.
NO READING OR LANGUAGE TESTS THIS WEEK! WORK ON BOOK FAIR PROJECT
Spelling test NEXT Thurs, Vocabulary test NEXT Friday (Words on back)
Writing: Point of View Narrative writing
Social Studies: Explorers and Settlers-MS History: Students will learn about the first European explorers and settlers that came to our state. Current events in the Scholastic News magazine will be read and discussed.
Science: Measuring Weather-Students will learn how the angle of sunlight on different surfaces of the Earth affects our temperature.
Students will compare and order fractions having like and unlike denominators.
ALL WEEK: FINISH BOOK FAIR PROJECT & make it AMAZING!
Tuesday- Math workbook P 11-4
Thursday – Math workbook P 11-6
MY BROTHER MARTIN
NEXT WEEK’S Spelling Words: injustice, numerous, segregation, nourishing, captured, dream, encounters, preferred, recall, example, weakness, movement, truthful, beautiful, clumsiness, peaceful, speechless, statement (Test NEXT Thursday)
Vocabulary Words: (Test NEXT Friday)
Dream-a hope for the future
Example-a model of what something should look like, or how someone should act
Segregation-keeping two groups of people apart because they are different races
Numerous-many, lots of something
Captured-caught in an exciting way
Encounters-meeting up with someone or something
Recall-remember something and tell people about it
Injustice-unfairness of laws, or how they are carried out
Preferred-liked one thing more than other things
Nourishing-good food for your body to grow
New Greek and Latin Roots:
Number the Stars We 4Posted by Michelle Smith at 12/6/2016
Smith NEWS 12-06-16
We will have a school Field trip next Thursday to see Moana. $12 and permission slip must be turned in tomorrow. Mrs. Hurst has said kids will NOT be allowed to call home on Thursday for money. +
Reading: We are reading the remainder of Number the Stars this week. We have loved reading this exciting story and learning about this important time in history!
Homework: Use bookmark questions with a parent to analyze the story each night after reading. Monday night- Chapter 14, Tuesday night- chapters 15 & 16 Wednesday/Thursday-Read Chapters 17 & Afterword. Review entire book for final test.
Friday: LAST Spelling, Greek Roots, Vocabulary, & Reading Comprehension Tests of 2016
Greek Roots: Review for Test Friday
meter-measure phob-fear graph-write biblio-book sub-under
mania-crazy mar-sea pre-before vid/vis-see audi-hear
pater-father mater-mother chrono-time auto-self geo-earth
Latin Roots: Review for Test Friday
scribe-write dict-say terr-land port-carry struct-build
flora-flower sol-sun pop-people spect-see trans-though
Last Spelling and Vocabulary for 2016 !
Spelling Words: exasperated, contempt, visible, saliva, warily, concealed, courageous, anthem, executed, deprivation, heroine, permeated,, salvage, judge, package, practice, baggage, message Latin roots: bell-war, aqua-water
Number the stars week 4 vocabulary
1.exasperated pg.115- anger, annoyed, irritated
2.contempt pg.116-despise, intense hate
3.visible pg. 113- easy to be seen
4.saliva pg.116- fluid in mouth used for breakdown of food
5.warily pg.120- very cautious, be on guard
6.concealed pg.124- hidden
7.courageous pg.127- being brave, doing something even when scared.
8.anthem pg.128-a song of praise or gladness
9.executed pg.129- killed by an authority
10.deprivation pg.133- to take something away, or not allowed to have
11.heroine pg.135- a female hero
12.permeated pg.136-to pass through something that has openings, to spread throughout
Mississippi My Home WeekPosted by Michelle Smith at 11/14/2016
- Smith/Rouser Monday Memos 11-14-16
Just a few notes: This is our last week before Thanksgiving! As we count our many blessings, we are so thankful to have such smart, kind, students who make learning fun! Thank you all for your kindness and support this year as well. We wish you a wonderful, safe, Thanksgiving filled with family and love.
November 16- Reading Fair information goes home.
November 16 & 17- Play practice at MCHS. A sack lunch and drink will be needed for both days.
November 17- Fourth Grade ‘MS My Home’ play (MCHS 6:00 p.m.- Students in seats by 5:45)
November 21-25 - Thanksgiving holiday
MISSISSIPPI MY HOME INFORMATION:
- Our program is Thursday, Nov. 17th at Madison Central Auditorium @ 6:00.
- Students must be DRESSED and in their seats NO LATER than 5:45. Leave early-traffic WILL be backed up.
- Dress for those without a costume: MAUE Program t-shirt (tucked in), jeans, and tennis shoes (No holes in jeans, please)
- Program t-shirts will be sent home Monday or Tuesday. Everyone gets the t-shirt (even if they are wearing a costume)
- Please do not sit in the upper level. Most of our students have an assigned seat in this area. Once our students are onstage, you may sit in the upper level. Please stress this to any guests you may have coming with you.
- Please do not sit in the front 2 rows. The front 2 rows are reserved for the music department, as well as assistant directors, Mrs. Hurst, and others.
- Please do not sit in the 2 rows under the upper level. These are reserved for our Southern Belles and Miss America’s. You may sit here once they take the stage. Thank you!
Reading: Instead of reading in class this week, we will be working hard on our play performance. NO HOMEWORK!
Science: Human Body: Respiratory System- Students will learn about the respiratory system. We will review the roles of the trachea and lungs. Students will also review for the test (The study guide has been completed for students to study.)
Social Studies: MS History: Adventures in Time and Place Students will learn about the natural resources found in our state. Scholastic News magazine will be read to learn about current events. (The study guide has been completed for students to study.)
Math: Division having One-digit and Two-digit Quotients with and without Remainders-Students will divide two-digit and three-digit dividends by one-digit divisors resulting in quotients with remainders.
This Week’s Homework
Monday- Review basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.
Math workbook P 10-3
Tuesday- Review basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.
Math workbook P 10-4
Wednesday- Review basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.
Thursday – Review basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.
Tuesday- Science Human Body test
Thursday-Social Studies Chapter 2 test (Rouser)
Friday- Social Studies Test Chapter 2 (Smith)