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Last Updated: 5/26/2020 4:06 PM

AESD Independent Study Week 9 (5/18-5/22)

Grade Span 4th-5th

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AESD Independent Study Week 8 (5/11-5/15)

Grade Span 4th-5th

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AESD Independent Study Week 7 (5/4-5/8)

Grade Span 4th-5th

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AESD Independent Study Week 6 (4/27-5/1)

Grade Span 4th-5th

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ELA Resources:

SEL Resources:

Science Resources:

Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Extra/Daily Activities:

  • Read for at least 30 minutes. Choose an A.R. book or log in to myOn to access a digital library and news articles. Use this district link: https://www.myon.com/school/adelantoreads, Student Username for Grade 4: myon4; for Grade 5: myon5 and Student Password for All Grades: 123
  • Take an A.R. quiz through you Renaissance Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Do Lexia lessons/units through you Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Read & Respond See your copy of the Read & Respond Choice Board and pick your choice of activity.
  • Vocabulary Journal. Circle/Highlight the unfamiliar vocabulary words you find in the reading passages in this packet. Create or complete you your vocabulary journal on the words you identified.
  • Week in Review. Write about what you learned this week.
    • You may start with: This week I...
    • Add pictures to illustrate what you learned.
    • Present your work to a member of your family.

Grade 4:
Read Over Bridge Under Tunnel and follow the directions given for Close Reader Habits (Grade 4 Packet p.17)

Grade 5:
Study Finding the Theme of a Poem and follow the rest of the directions given. (Grade 5 Packet p.13)

Grade 4:
Use what you learned from reading the science article to respond to questions 1-2. Read about synonyms and antonyms as context clues. (Grade 4 Packet p.18)

Grade 5:
What have you learned so far about using details to identify a theme? Complete the chart on p.14. Follow the rest of the directions given for the Talk part.

Grade 4:
Follow directions given for numbers 3-4 Talk and Write. (Grade 4 Packet p.18-19)

Grade 5:
Read Darkness in the Desert and follow the directions given for Close Reader Habits (Grade 5 Packet p.15)

Grade 4:
Refer to the above daily activities.

Grade 5:
What details in the poem "Darkness in the Desert" develop its theme? complete the chart on p.16. Follow the rest of the directions given for Talk. (Grade 5 Packet p.16)

Grade 4:
Refer to the above daily activities.

Grade 5:
Follow the directions given for Write Short Response. (Grade 5 Packet P.16-17)

Break

9:00am-9:45am

Math

This i-Ready "At-Home-Activity" includes sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts your student has worked with so far this year. we recommend that your student completes one page of practice problems each day. Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content -- the most important thing is that they continue developing their mathematical fluency and skills!

Grade 4: Math Packet Page 3

Grade 5: Math Packet Page 4

Grade 4: Math Packet Page 4

Grade 5: Math Packet Page 5

Grade 4: Math Packet Page 5

Grade 5: Math Packet Page 6

Grade 4: Math Packet Page 6

Grade 5: Math Packet Page 7

Grade 4: Math Packet Page 7

Grade 5: Math Packet Page 8

Break

10:00am-10:45am

History

Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article "American Indian Culture of the Northeast." See the "Overview" document in this packet for help with Marking the Text Strategies.

Write a 1 paragraph summary of "American Indian Culture of the Northeast." See the "Overview" document in this packet for help with writing a paragraph summary.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Instead of writing a 1 paragraph summary for the entire article, "American Indian Culture of the Northeast," write a 1 paragraph summary about the Society Structure and Social and Religious Norms of the American Indians of the Northeast and a 1 paragraph summary of the Geographic and Temporal Conditions and Common Food Practices of the American Indians of the Northeast.

Re-read the article "American Indian Culture of the Northeast" and review your markings and summary.

Use the A.C.E. Strategy (refer to the "Overview" document for help with the A.C.E. Strategy) to answer the following DBQs. Write your responses on the back of "American Indian Culture of the Northeast" text. Be sure to write in your own words.

  1. How did agriculture contribute to the condensing of native people in the Northeast?
  2. Make your own hypothesis about why Native American communities constructed mounds. What connection can you make to historical evidence?

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
How does the Iroquois League resemble the United States of America? What is different and what is the same?

Use your textbook and/or the attached "North American Key" to color in/shade in all the states east of the Mississippi River on the attached Map of the USA. Label the Atlantic Ocean, the Great Lakes, Canada, the Appalachian Mountains, and the Gulf of Mexico.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
For the following sections from your reading, create an illustration to summarize the main topics of that section. Draw these on the back of your map.

  • Common Food Practices
  • Societal Structure
  • Social and Religious Norms

Pretend you are a Native American living in the American Northeast during this time period.

Create a 'story of your day.' What would happen to you/what would you do in a day? Begin with what you'd eat when you wake up and end with what you'd do before going to bed. Be descriptive and use your reading to make sure you are providing accurate information. Write at least 3 paragraphs.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Draw a series of pictures to go along with the story you wrote. Include at least three pictures.

Imagine you are a reporter living during this time period. What questions would you have for people living in the American Northwest? Use the article you read to help you make a list of 20 questions that you would ask a native.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Use your knowledge of the American Indians of the Northeast to answer as many of the questions you created as you can.

Lunch

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

Adult help is recommended:

  • You are living through history right now and you can capture your memories to look back on in the future! Create you 2020 COVID 19 Time Capsule. Fill in one page a day for two weeks. Work on pp. 1-6 this week.

12:45PM-1:30pm

Science

4th Grade - Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal." Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. Get help learning the meaning of those words. Answer Comprehension questions 1 and 2.

5th Grade - Read "Antibiotics: Use Them Wisely" Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "Antibiotics: Use them Wisely" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. Get help learning the meaning of those words. Answer questions 1, 2 and 3.

4th Grade - Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Do you know how to say all the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer questions 3, 4, and 5. Read about the vocabulary word "camouflage" Write your own sentence using the word "camouflage" as it is used in the story. Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

5th Grade - Read "Antibiotics: Use Them Wisely" Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer Comprehension questions 4 and 5. Read about the vocabulary word "bacteria" Write your own sentence using the words "bacteria." as it applies to the story. Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

4th Grade - Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Answer questions 6 and 7. Read about the vocabulary word "climate." Write your own sentence using the word "climate." Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

5th Grade - Read "Antibiotics: Use them Wisely." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Answer Comprehension questions 6 & 7. Write 3 facts that you have learned.

4th Grade - Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal." Try to read it faster than you have been doing. Answer Comprehension question 8 & 9. Read about the vocabulary word "master." Write a sentence using the word "master." Write a summary of what you have learned from this article.

5th Grade - Read "Antibiotics: Use Them Wisely." Try to read it faster than you have been doing. Answer questions 8 & 9. Write a one paragraph summary of this article.

4th Grade Read "Penguins: Up Close and Personal." Try to make this your fastest reading time of the week. Answer Comprehension question #10. Great work for this week! Enjoy your weekend.

5th Grade - Read "Antibiotics: Use Them Wisely." Try to make this your fastest reading time of the week. Great work for this week! Enjoy your weekend.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What is the character's main problem, and how did they solve it? How would you have solved it? Make a graphic organizer showing the problem and the solution/s.

Read "Bartering for Basics" and answer the questions that follow.

Read & Responds: Underline parts of the text that prove each of your answers. Number each part according to the question answered.

Spelling/Vocabulary:Circle the words in bold leters. Circle other words that are unfamiliar to you.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What lesson is the author trying to teach the reader? How do you know? discuss your answer.

Reread "Bartering for Basics"

Read & Respond: Write a 5-sentence summary of the text. Put a * next to each statement of fact.

Spelling/Vocabulary: Illustrate each of the words you previously circled. Use each word in a sentence.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What is your favorite part of the story?

Week in Review: Write about what you learned this week. You may start with: This week I...

Add pictures to illustrate what you learned.

Present your work to a member of your family.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

What if your cousin stacked blocks in a pattern, on different days, like this?

Math Blocks

How many blocks would they have on the 5th day? 10th day? 50th day? 100th day? Problem solve for any day. Prove your thinking.

Use a ruler or tape measure to determine the length of your bedroom floor. What is the width? what is the area? What is the perimeter? What is the area of all the rooms in your house? If you were to fill up the room or rooms with 1ft by 1ft by 1ft blocks, how many would it take?

Measure at least five things around your house. Find the length, the width, the area, the perimeter, the volume, and/or convert from centimeters to meters and/or meters to centimeters and/or yard to feet.

Count the squares on a chess or checker board. Prove on paper that you have counted them all. What about the bigger squares??

Collect five different containers in your house. Order them with the one that holds the most first. How do you know it has the largest capacity? Design a test to check your thinking. Do a lab write-up of your understanding.

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article "American Indian Culture of the Southwest" (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Write a 1 paragraph summary of what you read. Be sure to include a thesis sentence, at least 3 evidence statements, and a conclusion sentence.
  • Re-read the article "American Indian Culture of the Southwest" and review your markings and summary.
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the questions from the document titled "american Indian Culture of the Southwest DBQs" (see the "A.C.E. Strategy Overview")
  • Re-read the article "American Indian Culture of the Southwest" and review your markings and summary.
  • Divide a piece of paper into four equal squares/boxes, title each box then draw a picture to summarize what you read about in the article "American Indian Culture of the Southwest"

Box 1: Geographic and Temporal Setting

Box 2: Common Food Practices

Box 3: Societal Organization

Box 4: Social and Religious Norms

  • Use the article "American Indiant Culture of the Southwest" to write a four paragraph essay comparing the contrasting the Mogollon, Hohokam, and Anasazi.
  • Be sure to defend your response with evidence from the text and include:

Introduction: with your thesis and body paragraph topics/evidence that support your thesis

Body paragraph 1: reasons/pieces of evidence from the text that supports shows the differnces between the groups

Body paragraph2: reasons/pieces of evidence from the text that supports shows the similarities between the groups

Conclusion: restate your thesis and body paragraph topics/evidence that support your thesis.

  • Pretend you are an ancient Pueblan. Use the article you read to design a poster that advertises what visitors to your home in the Southwest would see.
  • Be sure to include multiple pictures and captions. Think about the food you'd eat, the homes you'd live in, the religious practices you'd perform, etc.

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

 

Write a letter to a friend. Tell them why you appreciate their friendship, put it in the mail, or give it to a friend from school.

 

What are things in your house that make you happy? Find three things and discuss them with a family member. Why does that object, place, or activity make you feel happy?

 

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Weather Tracking. Find the weather report online or by watching the news. record the high and low temperature for your city. Also select a city in the mid-West, South and East coast. Record the high and low temperature for the week. start marking a graph with the temperature for each city.
  • Watch the weather report for the four cities you selected to track this week. Record the high and low temperature. Mark these temperatures onto your graph.
  • Watch the weather report for the four cities you selected to track this week. Record the high and low temperature. Mark these temperatures onto your graph.
  • Watch the weather report for the four cities you selected to track this week. Record the high and low temperature. Mark these temperatures onto your graph.
  • Watch the weather report for the four cities you selected to track this week. Record the high and low temperature. Mark these temperatures onto your graph.
  • Today you will review the graph. Write a summary about your observations.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Note: here are the choices for Non-Fiction Read & Respond:

  • Make a graphic organizer showing the central idea and supporting details of the informational text or book you read.
  • Write a letter to your teacher about the facts you learned from your non-fiction book.
  • What are five new words you learned from this book? Illustrate the words and use them in your own sentences.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete Chaparral Ecosystems worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Discrimination Against Gold Rush Immigrants worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Charge It! worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Atmospheric Layers worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Apprentice System worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Homework 4.2 LS1 Day 1 & 2
  • Apprentice Math
  • Math Homework 4.2 LS2 Day 4 & 5
  • Math Homework 4.2 LS3 Day 2 & 3
  • Mathe Homework 4.2 LS2, Day 1
  • Apprentice 4.2
  • 4.2 LS3 Day 6 Homework
  • Math Homework 4.2 Milestone

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Colonial Leaders of the american Revolution” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Colonial Leaders of the American Revolution Short Answer Questions”
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “American Victories of the Reolutionary War” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “American Victories of the Reolutionary War Short Answer Questions”
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Independence from Great Britain” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled "Independence from Great Britain Short Answer Questions"
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Treaty of Paris” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Treaty of Paris Short Answer Questions”

Use your readings and answers from this week’s work to complete the following:

Divide a piece of paper into four equal squares/boxes

In each box, DRAW the MAIN IDEA from each of this week’s readings

Box 1: Colonial Leaders of the American Revolution

Box 2: American Victories of the Revolutionary War

Box 3: Independence from Great Britain

Box 4: Treaty of Paris

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Butterfly Breath: Practice breathing like a butterful. The activity explains three ways to breathe. Practice each way, answer the questions.
  • Draw a picture of you breathing like a butterfly or come up with a breathing technique of your own.
  • Mindful Walking: In stressful times, mindfulness will help keep you calm. This activity is another way to practice mindfulness. after you practice mindful walking, answer the questions on the worksheet.
  • Emoji Emotions: What does each emoji describe? In a complete sentence, explain what emotion each picture represents.
  • Design Your Own Emoji: What emotion would your emoji represent? Draw a picture and then explain why people should use this emoji.
  • Contellation of Sensations: Music that you like to dance to or listen to has a positive effect on how you feel. Play music you like to dance to. Stop it after 30 seconds and pay attentionto how your body feels - your heart, your toes, your arms, legs, mind, etc... Draw stars on the picture to show where the music made you feel the most sensations.
  • Answer the questions on the worksheet.

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Use your Marking the text Strategies as you read the article "Louis Pasteur" (see the "Marking the Text Strategies Overview" document from History section for help)
  • Activity with as many food options as you have available. The piece of food can be 1 inch by 1 inch, very small.
  • Make observations on Pasteur Activity.
  • It Evaporates: Read the short passage. Marke the important information.
  • Complete the Science Investigation.
  • Make observations on the Pasteur Activity.
  • Food Math Worksheet/Activity: Deign a menu for one day, choosing from the food on the worksheet. Once you have chosen your food, make the menu as a placemat, flier or brochure. Explain why you chose the foods you did.
  • Complete observations on Pasteur Activity.
  • Answer questions 4 and 5.
  • A Balancing act Handout: Complete the handout.
  • Make a collage of a healthy dinner. You can draw the pictures, take labels from food items, print them from the internet or cut them from a magazine. Glue, tape or staple the items to a paper plate or a circle cut from a pirece of paper. Label each food group.
  • Earth Day is April 22. Ine honor of Earth Day, answer the questions on the handout and then write a poem with the information you gathered.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Note: here are the choices for Non-Fiction Read & Respond:

  • Make a graphic organizer showing the central idea and supporting details of the informational text or book you read.
  • Write a letter to your teacher about the facts you learned from your non-fiction book.
  • What are five new words you learned from this book? Illustrate the words and use them in your own sentences.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete Basic Geometry Terms worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Branches of Government worksheet.
  • Write a creative story with the geometric solids as your characters. Use the Postcard template.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Anatomy of a Circle worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Active & Passive Transport worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Fry Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Absolute Location worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Page 1-5
  • Complete pages 1-5 using different numbers and situations.
  • Complete pages 1-5 using different numbers and situations.
  • Complete pages 1-5 using different numbers and situations.
  • Complete pages 1-5 using different numbers and situations.

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Causes of the American Revolution” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Causes of the American Revolution Short Answer Questions”
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Boston Massacre” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Boston Massacre Short Answer Questions”
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Boston Tea Party” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Boston Tea Party Short Answer Questions”
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Declaration of Independence” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Answer the Questions from the document titled “Declaration of Independence Short Answer Questions”

Use your readings and answers from this week’s work to complete the following:

Divide a piece of paper into four equal squares/boxes

In each box, DRAW the MAIN IDEA from each of this week’s readings

Box 1: Causes of the American Revolution

Box 2: Boston Massacre

Box 3: Boston Tea Party

Box 4: Declaration of Independence

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Peer Pressure
  • Responding to peer pressure
  • Who can you tell about…?
  • Teamwork
  • Cooperation

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Hand washing activity
  • Body Builders Activity

 

  • Wellness Choices
  • My favorite exercise

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Time Frame

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Complete 15 minutes of reading from a book of your choosing and enter it on a daily reading log
  • Read “Conflict Resolution” on page 1-3
  • Complete 15 minutes of reading from a book of your choosing and enter it on a daily reading log
  • Complete the “Practice” on on page 4-5
  • Complete 15 minutes of reading from a book of your choosing and enter it on a daily reading log
  • Complete the “Crossword” on page 6
  • Complete 15 minutes of reading from a book of your choosing and enter it on a daily reading log
  • Complete the “Crossword” on page 6

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Complete “Adding Fractions (Like Denominators)" on pages 1-3
  • Complete “Adding Fractions (Like Denominators) on pages 4-5
  • Complete “Adding Fractions (1 or 2 decimal digits) on pages 6-7
  • Complete “Adding Fractions (1 or 2 decimal digits) on pages 8-9

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Read page 1-6 “Facts and Opinions: Men of Destiny”
  • Complete the “Multiple Choice Questions”, “Definitions”, and “Extended Response Questions”on pages 7-8

*There is no page 9

  • Read page 10-13 “Cesar Chavez: “Si, Se Puede (Yes, it can be done)"
  • Complete the “Word Search,” “Multiple Choice Questions,” Definitions,” and “Extended Response” on pages 14-16

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Complete “What Sets You Off” on page 1
  • Complete “Self Reflection” on page 2
  • Complete page 3, “Social Skills”
  • Complete page 4, “Social Skills”

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Read “The Life Cycles of Butterflies and Beetles” on pages 1-4

  • Complete “A,” “B” and “C” on the “Practice” work on pages 5-6
  • Complete the “Multiple Choice Questions”, “Definitions”, and “Extended Response Questions”on pages 6-8
  • Read “Earthquakes and Tsunamis” on pages 8-11
  • Complete the “Practice” work on pages 12-14
  • Complete the Multiple Choice Questions and Extended Response Questions on pages 14-15

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