October 18-22

Bible verse: Lesson 9                          Proverbs 15:29

The Lord does not listen to the wicked. But he hears the prayers of those who do right.



List 9:

  1. kept
  2. clasp
  3. craft
  4. asks
  5. behind
  6. drifted
  7. risk
  8. interesting
  9. subtract
  10. gifts
  11. facts
  12. actor
  13. meant
  14. except
  15. speech
  16. skipper
  17. present
  18. understand
  19. toward
  20. finally


Test Schedule:


Science: Chapter 4 (Wednesday, October 20th)


Math: Chapter 3 (Thursday, October 21st)


Bible: Chapter 9 (Friday, October 22nd)

Reading: Food’s on the Table (Friday, October 22nd)

Spelling: List 9 (Friday, October 22nd)




  • Reading- Read an A.R. book on your level for 20 minutes each night. Students can take an A.R. quiz at school when a book is finished.
  • Math- pages 75 and 76 will be torn out and placed in the homework folder on Monday. HOMEWORK IS DUE ON FRIDAY.
  • Study guides-Study guides go home throughout the week usually a day or two before the actual test. Check the TAKE HOME folder for study guides.



Weekly Focus:

Bible– Chapter 9- The Lord’s Prayer, important vocabulary- prayer (talking with God), submission (a state of having yielded to authority)

Reading– We will read the story Food’s on the Table, skill- reading a drama (the setting of a story influences the plot) important vocabulary (pg. 50) in the reading workbook- dismayed, dreadful, frankly, mystified, outcome, siblings, stunned, and surveyed

Math– Chapter 3- subtracting with regrouping, subtracting across zeros, estimating differences, and problem-solving

Science– Chapter 4 Properties of matter, measuring matter, cycles of matter, states of matter, and mixtures

Social Studies- Chapter 3- Early communities, early explorers, The Louisiana Colony, skill-use a map grid.   Important vocabulary- adapt, expedition, colony, barter


English– Chapter 4 introduce new classifications

prepositions, P (classification)

object of the preposition, OP (classification)

prepositional phrases () we use parentheses



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