Week of March 1st-5th

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Homework:

Monday- Study for test

Tuesday- None

Wednesday- Complete 1-30 on pages 432-433 and 35-38 on page 434

Thursday- Complete 1-15 and 20-21 on pages 437-439

Friday- Complete 1-14 and 18-19 on pages 441-443

Test/Quizzes:

Chapter 7 test Tuesday March 2nd

March 1 – 5, 2021

By Ms. Christie StadlerNo Comments

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Tues., March 2nd – Dr. Seuss Day – students may dress up as a Dr. Seuss character. 

SNACKS:
Monday – Brody
Tuesday – Aaron
Wednesday – Arabella
Thursday – Tyson
Friday  – Grant

TESTS AND HOMEWORK – MARCH 1 – 5, 2021
TESTS:

Wednesday:  Reading Comp

Thursday:  Phonics – write blends, special sound in words, # of syllables in words, words from Spelling List, and circle special sounds; Spelling – test on list 20 (see below)
Friday:  Bible memory verse and story tests

HOMEWORK:
Bible:  This week’s Bible memory verse is Exodus 20:12   “Honor your father and your mother.  Then you will live a long time in the land.  The Lord your God is going to give you this land.”  The Bible stories are “The Paralytic is Healed” (Mark 2:1-12) and “The Pool of Bethesda” (John 5:1-18).

Phonics/Spelling:  Practice Charts 6 – 13; practice blends and words with special sounds in Handbook for Reading; say short and long vowel words to your child and have him/her sound them out and write them; practice Spelling words every day (have child write words as you dictate them or spell them to you orally).

Spelling List 20 (for this week’s test) – alone, awake, asleep, around, apart, alike, ago, arose, along, aside, afraid, amount, away, again, says
Spelling List 21 (for next week’s test)– wanting, walking, thinking, thanking, parking, snowing, jumping, washing, playing, looking, praying,  calling, singing, favorite, many

Language:  In addition to classifying sentences, we are not underlining the complete subject and double-underlining the complete predicate.  Your child should be able to identify common, proper, singular, and plural nouns.  Review the worksheets that I check and send home with your child. .

Reading:  I will send home new Reading Homework calendars.

March 1-5

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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 List: 25

List: 25

  1. service
  2. advice
  3. score
  4. clothes
  5. scale
  6. colorful
  7. notice
  8. place
  9. balance
  10. cities
  11. circle
  12. close
  13. cabin
  14. pencil
  15. cycle
  16. ascend
  17. descend
  18. icicle
  19. airplane
  20. modern

 

Test Schedule:

Science: Chapter 8 Earth’s Surface (Thursday, March 4th)

English: Chapter 9 (Thursday, March 4th)

Social Studies quiz** (Thursday, March 4th) Reading and applying skills on a Revolutionary War timeline.

 

Spelling: List 25 (Friday, March 5th)

Bible: Chapter 23 (Friday, March 5th)

Reading: Beatrice’s Goat (Friday, March 5th)

 

Homework: (homework is assigned on Monday and due on Friday) (math homework is graded) (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. Please keep track of the books read at home on the sheet located in the A.R. folder.
  • Math- pg. 53 Dividing Three-Digit Numbers (homework folder)
  • Study guides- English and science, (study guides go home throughout the week please check the TAKE HOME folder.)

 

Weekly Focus:

  • Bible- Transfiguration- a significant change, at the transfiguration of Jesus, Jesus’ face changed and his clothing became white and dazzling.
  • Reading- Beatrice’s Goat Skill- Drawing conclusions means using the information we have to predict what will happen in a story.
  • Math- Chapter 9 measuring length- inches and feet (12 inches=1 foot) yards and miles (3 feet= 1 yard). Learning to read a ruler.
  • English- new vocabulary- defend and mystery, new classifications- indirect objects, journal writing
  • Science- Earth’s landforms, soil, lakes, rivers, and coastlines
  • Social Studies- reading a timeline skill, practice reading timelines in class. ** quiz on Thursday

March 1-5

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  • We will wrap up our Beowulf unit by writing an essay that analyzes how all fairy-stories–including Beowulf–point to the underlying reality of the Gospel. This essay will be worked on in class and will be due Thursday, March 4th.
  • Exams are next week! Students should review the Beowulf intro notes as well as characters and plot and Beowulf. Additionally, students need to know the Hero’s Journey as presented by Joseph Campbell. I will send home a study guide, and there are other great reviews online as well.

March 1-5

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  • On Monday, we will be watching Unbroken movie as review for exam. Please make sure your parent has signed the permission slip for you to watch this!
  • Presentations begin WEDNESDAY, March 3rd. Review requirements on your Unbroken Research document in Notability! Be working on and practicing your presentation at home since we won’t have class time for this.
  • WW2 Class Presentations are Wednesday.
  • Exams are next week! My exam will cover what we’ve read in Unbroken so far plus a timed write on the book, so be ready! SparkNotes and other online resources have great review materials.

March 1-5

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This week we will wrap up our Antigone unit by writing our final essay. This essay should be 3 pages, typed, and is due WENDESDAY, March 3rd.

Exams are next week! Students can prepare by reviewing their Sophocles notes and reviewing the plot, characters, and motifs in both Oedipus Rex and Antigone. I’ll be sending home a study guide, but SparkNotes has great resources as well!

March 1-5

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This week we will wrap up our Romeo and Juliet unit by writing our motif essays. This essay should be 2.5 pages, typed, and is due WENDESDAY, March 3rd.

Exams are next week! Students can prepare by reviewing their Shakespeare notes and reviewing the plot, characters, and motifs in Romeo and Juliet. I’ll be sending home a study guide, but SparkNotes has great resources as well!

March 1-5

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  • This week we will be focusing on ADVERBS. The adverb unit starts on page 236 and goes thru p. 253. We will look at adverbs, adverb phrases, and adverb clauses.
  • On THURSDAY, March 4th, we will have a quiz on adverbs on the material from pages 236-248.
  • Exams are next week! This exam will cover rhetorical devices used in Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream,” pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs. Students have been keeping up with their quizzes and tests over this quarter and can use those to help review. I’ll also be sending a study guide home this week.

March 1-5

By Mrs. Jamie GlasscoNo Comments

Announcements

March 2, 2021: Dr. Suess Day

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

We will be celebrating Dr. Seuss day by allowing everyone in grades 1-12 to dress as their favorite Dr. Seuss character. Please remember that your outfit has to be school appropriate- no tights, short skirts etc. If a student’s costume is not appropriate, he or she will call home and their school uniform must be brought to that student. Elementary students must wear school uniform shoes due to recess.

Let’s have a fun day celebrating Dr. Seuss Day

March 10, 2021: AR Due

March 12, 2021: Students Off

March 17, 2021: Honor Roll Chapel

April 1, 2021: Easter Parties

April 2-11: Spring Break

 

Memory Verse:

Homework Schedule

Homework is listed daily on classroom board.

Monday: Read AR, finished any uncompleted work from class, study for upcoming tests

Tuesday: Read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Wednesday: Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Thursday:  Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Friday: Math, read AR, study for upcoming tests, finished any uncompleted work from class

Test

Monday: Spelling 25 retake

Tuesday: Language Quiz (synonyms, homonyms, and antonyms); Math 12 (Lessons 1-59)

Wednesday:

Thursday: Social Studies chapter 5 test..

Friday: Spelling Test 26 ; Bible test 25, Literature “Prairie Fire” (comp. and voc.)

 

Spelling List: heaviest, supplying, applying, multiplying, happiness, scratchiness, easily, hardiness, sturdier, necessarily, crunchier, marriage, autumn, harvesters, abundance, festivals, cornucopia, pigment, chlorophyll, conclusion, exclusion, cognition, recognize, expel, dissent

 

 

 

Week of March 1, 2021

By Mrs. Bridget BlatzNo Comments

Announcements

March 2, 2021: Dr. Suess Day

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

We will be celebrating Dr. Seuss day by allowing everyone in grades 1-12 to dress as their favorite Dr. Seuss character. Please remember that your outfit has to be school appropriate- no tights, short skirts etc. If a student’s costume is not appropriate, he or she will call home and their school uniform must be brought to that student. Elementary students must wear school uniform shoes due to recess.

Let’s have a fun day celebrating Dr. Seuss Day

March 10, 2021: AR Due

March 12, 2021: Students Off

April 1, 2021: Easter Parties

April 2-11: Spring Break

March 17, 2021: Honor Roll Chapel

 

 Test/ Quiz Schedule- 

Weekly Memory Verse: The verse listed should be memorized each week in the format listed on the website. The student should also have the verse written multiple times in the Bible notebook. If there is ever a discrepancy between what is written in the notebook and the website, use the website.

Psalm 143:10

“Teach me to do Your will,
for You are my God.
May Your gracious Spirit
lead me on level ground.”

Monday: None

Tuesday:  None

Wednesday: Language Quiz ( Adverb vs. Adjective Questions- You will find the study material in the upload section or in the student’s notebook. They will have to memorize the chart.) and SS Test Ch. 10 (The study can be found in the upload section of this site.)

Thursday:   Spelling Test 25 and Math Quiz (Pg. 214-225)

Friday:  Literature Test- “Toto”- (Comprehension and Vocabulary) and Bible Test 25

 

Homework Schedule : All homework is usually assigned on Monday and due back on Friday unless otherwise noted. All homework should be in the student’s handwriting and all work must be shown. Student’s work should be their own and students should not share answers with one another.

 Monday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, math WS,  study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Tuesday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, Math WS, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Wednesday: Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Thursday: Read AR for 30 minutes,  study for any upcoming test or quizzes

Friday:  Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes

March 1-5

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Verse of the Week: John 14:6 ESV

 

Homework:

Monday: Write memory verse 3x

 

Monday and Tuesday we will be presenting the Miracles project

Thursday and Friday we will be working on our exam study guides in class

 

Tests/Quizzes

Thursday: memory verse quiz

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