**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.


**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 20 - January 24


    -No school-MLK Jr. day


    -Math:  Any work not finished in class is due Wednesday. Test on 0-9x  on Thursday.

    -Reading: Practice new fluency story. Due Thursday, Jan. 30.

    -SS:  Test on Chapter 4 on Friday. [Study Guide:  Define artifact, bay, coastal plain, time line, colonist, colony, living history museum, and slavery. Know why Powhatan, Pocahontas, John Rolfe, and John Smith were important in Jamestown's history.]

    -Reading:  Practice fluency story.

    -Math:  Test on 0-9x facts on Thursday.

    -SS:  Test on Chapter 4 (Jamestown) on Friday. See study guide on Tuesday.


    -Math:  Any work not finished in class is due Friday.

    -SS:  Test on Chapter 4 (Jamestown) on Friday.

    -Math:  Practice concepts presented in class on ixl.  Practice multiplication/division facts. [ixl:  E 1-4; F 1-13; G 1-14; H 4-8; J 1-5]

    -Reading:  Practice new fluency story. Due Thursday, Jan. 30.
    **1p.m. dismissal

    -Six Flags reading  (optional) **[Please note that the program has changed. Parents are now asked to enter their child's reading information directly online.  The instructions were given last week. There is no more teacher involvement. If the information is entered by the deadline, Six Flags will send the ticket to the school in May.]




    Topics covered last week:
    -Division concepts; multiplication and division fact families; reading bar graphs, pictographs, and line graphs.
    -Identifying and writing with adjectives; comparative and superlative adjectives
    -The history of Jamestown
    -Science:  Roles of living things; types of consumers; food chains and food webs; predator/prey
    -Holy Trinity
    -Writing a narrative