February 6-10

By February 3, 2023 Mrs. Aimee Kidder

**50’s day is Friday, February 10th


Bible verse          Jeremiah 29:11

I say this because I know what I have planned for you, says the Lord. I have good plans for you. I don’t plan to hurt you. I plan to give you hope and a good future.


Spelling Lesson 23:

List: 23

  1. without
  2. afternoon
  3. watercolors
  4. anybody
  5. underground
  6. anywhere
  7. throughout
  8. cannot
  9. suitcase
  10. downstairs
  11. something
  12. everyone
  13. roadblock
  14. herself
  15. proofread
  16. himself
  17. northwest
  18. landmark
  19. electric
  20. business

Test Schedule:

Social Studies: Chapter 2 (Wednesday, February 8th)


Math: Chapter 8 (Thursday, February 9th)


Bible:  Chapter 23 (Friday, February 10th)

Spelling: List 23 (Friday, February 10th)

Reading: Cold comprehension reading test (Friday, February 10th)


Homework: (homework is assigned on Monday and due on Friday) (LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE TAKEN)


Reading- Read an A.R. book on your level for 30 minutes each night.  Students can take an A.R. quiz at school when a book is finished.

Math- pages 221 and 222 (will be torn out and placed in the homework folder)


Weekly Focus:

  1. Bible- Chapter 23 The Transfiguration Important vocabulary: transfiguration-a significant change, mediator- a go-between
  2. Reading- practice cold comprehension passages
  3. English- Chapter 11 new classification- mixed sentence patterns SN-V-P1;  SN V-t DO P2: SN-V-t IO DO P3   Important vocabulary: (generous pg. 307 in the textbook) and (investigate pg. 311  in the textbook)  new skill: rules for punctuating quotes
  4. Math- Ch. 8 transformations, lines of symmetry, ordered pairs **Please review the 3-D shape book that was sent home. Faces, edges, and corners are important!
  5. Social Studies- Social Studies- Chapter 2- Louisiana Geography, the Mighty Mississippi River learning to read diagrams, (**review and understand the diagram on page 29 of the textbook.)

Important vocabulary: geography, landform, natural resources, climate

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