Monday, October 16, 2017

Week 11
October 16-20, 2017

Consonant Digraphs ch, sh, tch, ph, ng, wh
  while    chop    catch    shape    fish     phone    shell
graph    ring    watch     sang    match    whale    trash    wing  

   
Vocabulary
1. adult– a person who is fully grown
2. alive– having life; living put over or on top of
3. covered– put over or on top of
4. fur – the hair on an animal
5. giant – very large
6. groom– to make clean and neat
7. mammal– a type of animal with fur that gives milk
8. offspring– the young of an animal

Homework
Monday–  Write a sentence with each vocabulary word. Remember a sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with punctuation. 

Tuesday– Study your Matter Study Guide and Georgia Regions and Rivers Study Guide. Regions & River test is on Thursday! Matter test is next week!

WednesdayStudy your Matter Study Guide and Georgia Regions and Rivers Study Guide. Regions & River test is on Thursday! Matter test is next week!

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”Becoming a Duck” and answer questions 11-17. Study for your Reading and Vocabulary Tests tomorrow!





Thursday, October 12, 2017

Week 10

 October 9-13, 2017

  Spelling Words: Soft c and Soft g
race     range     place     barge     cage     large     mice    price  
space     twice    stage    orange    slice     page    wage

Vocabulary
1. buried– covered up or hidden
2. escape– to get away
3. habitat– the place where an animal lives
4. journey – a long trip
5. nature – the part of the world not made by people
6. peeks– looks quickly
7. restless– always wanting to move
8. spies– catches sight of

Homework
Monday–  No homework

Tuesday– Write a sentence for each vocabulary word. Remember to start each sentence with a capital letter and end it with punctuation.

Wednesday– Math– Complete Topic 16 Study Guide. Math Test tomorrow!

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”A Backyard Home for Wildlife” and answer questions 11-17. Study for your Reading and Spelling Test tomorrow!
      




Friday, September 29, 2017

Week 9

 October 2-6, 2017

  Spelling Words: Short u and Long u
mute    plum    use      dug       mule     huge      cube     mud
drum     must     trust      flute     bug      jump     tune
   

Vocabulary
1. believe– to think something is true
2. delicious– good to taste
3. feast– to eat very well
4. fond – enjoying a great deal
5. lessons – things to taught or learned
6. remarkable– not ordinary; wonderful
7. snatch– to grab quickly
8. stories– tales of things that have happened

Homework
Monday–  Vocabulary– Write one sentence with each vocabulary word. *Remember that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. *

Tuesday– ELA- Complete ELA sheet front and back.

Wednesday– Math– Complete math sheet front and back.

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”Peacock’s New Feathers” and answer questions 11-17. Study for your Reading and Spelling Test tomorrow!




Friday, September 22, 2017

Week 8
 September 25-29, 2017

  Spelling Words: Short o and Long o
  box     rock     stone     pot      home    rope     off     close
nose      dog     drove      broke     mop     vote      job 
     
 Vocabulary
1. adapt– to become used to a place or thing
2. climate– the weather in a place over a long time
3. eager – wanting to do something
4. freedom – the ability to move or be free
5. fresh – new; not spoiled
6. sense– a feeling
7. shadow– dark areas made by blocking light
8. silence– a lack of sound

 Homework
Monday–  Vocabulary– Write one sentence with each vocabulary word. *Remember that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. *

Tuesday– ELA– Complete ELA worksheet.

WednesdayMath– Complete Math worksheet.

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”On the Farm” and answer questions 11-20. Study your Vocabulary words and definitions to prepare for your Vocabulary Test tomorrow!             











Friday, February 10, 2017

Week 24

 February 13-17, 2017

Spelling Words: are, air, ear, ere:
dare    stare     fare     hair      pair      chair     bear   
pear      where     there    share    gear    rare   scare   chair  

 Vocabulary
1. Pale-light in color.
2. Drops– small amounts of liquid.
3. Excite-to stir up.
4. Outdoors– not inside.
5. Alliteration– when 3 words in a row have the same beginning sound in a poem
6. Repetition– repeating words or phrases in a poem.
7. Free Verse– a poem with lines that do not rhyme.  
8. Simile– comparing 2 things using like or as. 

 Homework
Monday–  Vocabulary: Write one sentence for each vocabulary word OR write a story using all of the vocabulary words. *Make sure that you spell each word correctly.*

Tuesday– Math– Complete Math Sheet (front and back).

Wednesday– ELA – Complete ELA sheet (front and back).

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”Going on a Hike”  and answer questions 11-20. Use the text evidence in the article to help you answer the questions.



Week 23
February 6-10, 2017

  Spelling Words: eer, ere, ear:
deer    cheers      steer     here      jeer      near     ear   
dear      clear     spear    beard    sheer    year    sphere    tear  
   

Vocabulary
1. ashamed– feeling sorry or upset for doing something wrong or silly.
2. boast– to brag.
3. dash– to run in a hurry.
4. holler– to shout.
5. plenty– enough of something.
6. similarities– likenesses.
7. victory– a win.
8. wisdom– good judgement in knowing what is right.

  Homework
Monday–  Vocabulary: Write one sentence for each vocabulary word OR write a story using all of the vocabulary words. *Make sure that you spell each word correctly.*

Tuesday– Math– Complete Math Sheet (front and back).

Wednesday– ELA – Complete ELA sheet (front and back).

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”Coyote and Hen”  and answer questions 11-20. Use the text evidence in the article to help you answer the questions.










Monday, January 30, 2017

Week 22

 January 30-February 3, 2017

 Spelling Words: /or/: or, oar, ore and /ar/ ar blends:
bookmark    fork      north     soared      roaring      board     spark   
park      charm     store    carve    wore    corn    score    stars  

 Vocabulary
1. common– belonging to all
2. customs– a way of acting
3. favorite– best-liked
4. parades– marches in honor of something
5. surrounded– shut in on all sides
6. costume– clothes that are worn to look like something else
7. travel– goes anywhere
8. wonder– to want to know about

 Homework
Monday–  Vocabulary: Write one sentence for each vocabulary word OR write a story using all of the vocabulary words. *Make sure that you spell each word correctly.*

Tuesday– Math– Complete Math Sheet (front and back).

Wednesday– ELA – Complete ELA sheet (front and back).

Thursday– Reading– Read the reading passage ”Birthday Wishes”  and answer questions 11-20. Use the text evidence in the article to help you answer the questions.