Homework

Homework

**All assignments listed are due the next day.


***Some textbooks may be needed for homework.  Please do not write in the textbooks.  Please keep the textbooks away from snacks, food items, siblings, and water bottles.  Three book socks are needed to cover the math, grammar, and social studies textbooks.Thank you for your cooperation.


**Unfinished class work may be added as homework.  The students are aware of this when the assignments are discussed at the end of the day.

**http://www.spellingcity.com/janczak

**Vocabulary Test Practice:  Please check out the website https://www.sadlierconnect.com/vw/vocabularyworkshop.com   (Click on the green book.) for word practice.

____________________________________________________________________________________ Scholastic Book Order Class Code:  GPQ8X


  • Week of January 21 - January 25
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    Monday:

    No School
    -Reading:  Fluency due Tuesday, Jan. 22. 
    -Science:  Color and cut out animal.
       

    Tuesday:
      

    -Math:   Any work not finished in class is due Wednesday.  Practice x/division facts.
    -Spelling: Pretest on Unit 9 on Wednesday.
         

    Wednesday:

    -Reading: Any work not finished in class is due Thursday.
    -Math:  Any work not finished in class is due Thursday. Math fact test on missing factors.[Ex, 5 x ? = 25]
    -*Gym today
      
     Thursday:
      
    -Math:  Any work not finished in class is due Friday.

    -Reading:  Reread article for Friday.  Please return the magazine.

    -Spelling:  Test on Unit 9 words on Friday, if necessary.

       

     Friday:

    -Math:  Practice all multiplication/division facts. Test on Monday, Jan. 28 on Chapter 5-Lessons 1-4 (Division). Practice on ixl [Division Skills K1-K6 and L1-L5; Skill Builders J.1-J.12 may be very helpful.]

    -Reading: Independent reading selections

    *1p.m. dismissal
    *CSW Mass on Sunday at 9 a.m./Open House 10 a.m.-noon
       




       

    -Topics covered in class last week:
  • Division concepts
  • Interpretation of Data:  bar graphs, pictographs, tally marks, taking a survey, line graphs
  • Adjectives
  • Writing topic sentences
  • Reading strategies-citing text evidence, process of elimination, finding the main idea
  • Habitats; Types of Consumers (Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores, Decomposers)
  • New Testament/Our Catholic Faith/the Ten Commandments
  • History of Jamestown
  • Fables:  personification, morals, writing a play