Week of 3-5

Science Learning Targets: How do plants respond to light? How do plants respond to their environment?

Science Learning Activities: Unit 6 Science Fusion. Students will describe the structure of plants and their roles in food production, support, water and nutrient transport, and reproduction.  Students will participate in interactive digital lessons and virtual lab activities.

Math Learning Targets:  Students will be able to identify different types of polygons and quadrilaterals. They will be able to find the perimeter of given figures.

Math Learning Targets: Students will learn about the different types of polygons and quadrilaterals. They will observe characteristics of shapes and classify them. We will also find the perimeter of these shapes.

IXL: FF. 18, FF. 16, FF. 17

Social Studies: Students will continue learning about maps and geography. Students will learn about the natural landmarks and the climate in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.

ELA Learning Targets:

Students will review informational text as well as reading strategies (using Morty’s Swim Surprise) to prepare for the cumulative test for the week of March 5th.

ELA Activities:

Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on IXL, I-Station, as well as reviewing concepts from the previous unit. IXL:  M.6, R.1, R.2, W.1, W.4, U.1, U.4, V.5 “This would be great practice for the review test.”

Vocabulary and Spelling Review “Test on Friday”

Magnificent: Wonderful; very beautiful

Masterpiece: A great work; a very good example of something

Ingredient: One of the parts of a mixture

Recipes: Lists of ingredients and directions for making food

Tasty: Having a good flavor

Beamed: Shined bright

Argued: Disagreed with someone

Possessions: Things people own

Fabric: Cloth

Quarreling: Having an argument

Purchased: something, you got it by paying money

Tour: a short trip through a place to see it

Volunteers: people who offer to do jobs without pay

Community: a group of people who live in the same area

Thrilled: very excited or happy

Slogan: a phrase that is used in advertisements

Grownups: adults

Deserve: have a right to

Interviewed: met and talked with to get information

Native: originally living or growing in a place

Shouldn’t: contraction of should not

Research: careful study or investigation in order to lean facts

Sprout: to begin to grow

Clumps: groups or clusters, as of dirt or plants

Separate: to set apart

Determination: a firm purpose

Storage: a place for keeping things for future use

Crate: a box made of pieces of wood

Exact: very accurate

Ruined: damaged greatly or destroyed

Luckiest: having the most good luck

 

Yawn

Taught

Salt

Lawn

Halls

Hauls

Hawks

Squawk

Bought

Bawls

Drawing

Caused

Paused

Crawled

Coughing

*Autumn

*Walrus

Found

Town

Shout

Owl

Couch

Bow

Scout

Round

Plow

Crowd

Proud

Clouds

Ground

Louder

Bounce

Sale

Sail

Beet

Beat

Rode

Road

Rowed

Its

It’s

Your

You’re

There

They’re

Peace

Piece

Cell

Gems

Age

Place

Gyms

City

Cents

Price

Space

Nice

Giant

Changes

Pages

Gentle

Message

Years

Twins

Trays

States

Ashes

Foxes

Inches

Flies

Cities

Ponies

Bunches

Alleys

Lunches

Cherries

daisies