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Week of April 2nd, 2018

Math – This week we will begin working on Unit 8.   Students will begin exploring geometry. Students will learn the importance of a point, how we name them, and how they work together to create line segments. Students will continue their individualized small group math instruction and Mobymax.  Students may work on their Mobymax at home as well as at school.

 

Language Arts – We will begin our final novel of the school year this week The City of Ember by Jeanne Duprau.  As April is National Poetry Month, we will also focus on poetry this week.  We will specifically focus on the rhythm and rhyme in poems. Students will write their own poems, as well as read poems. Finally, students will continue their individualized reading on Raz-Kids.com and Moby Max reading.    

 

Social Studies – We are beginning our Passport project.  This quarter I am asking parents to come into the classroom and share their experiences living, and visiting other countries.  If you would like to share a country you’ve been to with our class, please email me at mmwebb@cps.edu to schedule a time that is convenient for you and the class.

 

Science – This week we will begin our insects and plants unit.  Students will begin learning about the anatomy of insects this week.           

 

 If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb & Ms. Schuch

Homework chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Reading Comprehension Work Homework Sheet #97

Fast Facts and Comprehension

Homework Sheet #98 Problem Solving and Grammar Homework Sheet #99 Graphing and Writing Homework Sheet #100 Review and Vocabulary None
Reading Comprehension Sheet Read this week’s Reading Comprehension sheet Re-Read this week’s Reading Comprehension sheet. Re-read this week’s Reading Comprehension sheet. Answer all of the questions on this week’s sheet, and turn it in tomorrow.
Writing: Write a story this week about anything you want. None
 Reading Read for a minimum of 30 minutes Read for a minimum of 30 minutes Read for a minimum of 30 minutes Read for a minimum of 30 minutes Read for a minimum of 30 minutes

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