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Evening of the Arts is this Thursday from 5-7!
Homepage was updated on April 21, 2014
Homework Schedule for: April 21-25, 2014
You will find a daily list of homework here each Monday afternoon for the entire week. The list is subject to change based on any unexpected schedule changes, and/or whether or not students need more or less class time to master a given concept.
Parents, make sure your child is making the right choices by completing their homework on time! I give a homework demerit for
that an assignment is late. As a reminder, if I take a homework assignment for a grade and it is not turned in on time, those students are
to earn a zero for the assignment.
Monday: Read 30 minutes;
Tuesday: Read 30 minutes; Math PW page 259-260
Wednesday: Read 30 minutes; Math PW page 261-262
Thursday: Read 30 minutes: Math PW page 263-264
Friday: Read 30 minutes
What we are learning this week:
We are now beginning our preview of 5th grade math skills.
We are studying the physical properties of matter and will be conducting density experiments
: This week our story is called The Everlasting Tree. The genre is informational text.
We are learning how to use punctuation properly including dashes and elipses.
: We are studying the Spanish American War
Our technology time this week will be utilizing the our classroom computers to continue to work on our Powerpoint animal projects. We are hoping to begin to present them next week.
Tests This Week:
Students are responsible for writing their homework assignments in their planners and their upcoming tests.
Reading (possible), Grammar, Social Studies, Math
April 24: Evening of the Arts
April 29: 4th grade field day
Grades online link:
You must have your child's ID and PIN number to use this program. If your child did not turn in an assignment for any subject or chose not to put their name on their paper, you will see that show up as a "Z" in the gradebook. The "Z" counts as a zero.
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if you have any questions. Thank you! - Mrs. Mims
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