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Week of March 4th, 2019

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 7. Students will begin to analyze data to determine the minimum, maximum, median, and mode. We will also be working on generating line plots, and bar graphs based on class data. Study guides will be sent home Tuesday to help prepare students for the unit assessment on Thursday. Students can also continue their independent learning at home by visiting mobymax.com.  Our school is listed as Ray elem, and students know their online usernames and passwords.


Language Arts – This week, we will continue our character studies unit.  We will continue with our reading skill of comparing and contrasting characters’ points of view.  Students can also continue independent reading practice at home on Headsprout.com. The class username is mmwebb1.  Students know their individual passwords once on the class website.


Social Studies – This week we will begin learning about advancements in history women have made as we begin our Women’s history month unit.


Science – This week students will continue our new Science unit – Earth Movements.  This week students will begin to explore plate tectonics, and how they contribute to natural disasters on our Earth.  


If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at mmwebb@cps.edu.




Ms. Webb and Ms. Zelnick

Homework chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Reading Comprehension Work Homework Sheet #85 Vocabulary and Review Homework Sheet #86 Phonics and Place Value Homework Sheet #87 Fast Facts and Comprehen-sion Homework Sheet #88 Problem Solving and Grammar None
Reading Comprehension Sheet Read this week’s reading comprehension sheet Read the story outloud to an adult. Re-read the story and answer the comprehen-sion questions. None None
Writing Write a story this week about anything you want. Continue your story. Complete your story about anything you want.
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


Examining Rock Specimens

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