Q2W5

On Friday, November 16th, we will be having an ice cream sundae party for students to celebrate multiplication fact fluency! If you would like to donate ice cream, toppings or bowls please use the following link:

Bucich/Houman:

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Science Learning Targets:  How does water change through heating and cooling?

Science Learning Activities: Students will continue to learn about matter and how states of matter can change. We will have discussions and activities that explore boiling, evaporation, and condensing.

Vocabulary:

Freezing: changing from a liquid to a solid when heat is lost

Melting: changing from a solid to a liquid when heat is gained

Boiling: changing from a liquid to a gas at 100 degrees C

Evaporation: changing from a liquid to a gas: heat is gained

Condensation: changing from a gas to a liquid: heat is lost

Math Learning Targets:

Students will be able to use different strategies, models and patterns to multiply and divide.

IXL: M9, M12, F11, H1, N6, N7 (multiplication and division)

Math Learning Activities: Students will be working from My Math Chapter 6. Students will practice looking for patterns in the multiplication table and using strategies to find products. We will also explore fact families and how multiplication and division are related. This is a great review of some of the multiplication strategies students have already used.

ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on Iready and Istation.

ELA Learning Targets: 3.Rl.2.4 Use context clues to help determine meanings of unfamiliar words.

3.Rl.2.4: Use domain-specific knowledge to determine meaning of content- or subject-area words and phrases.

Comprehension: “Stone Soupand “Zel, The Gentle Donkey”

Writing Targets

3.W.3.8: Gather information from sources; take brief notes and sort evidence into categories.

W.3.1: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.

IXL: Q.1, R.1, Y.1

Social Studies: SS.3.G.1.1: Use thematic maps, tables, charts, graphs, and photos to analyze geographic information.

U3W1

Spelling

Bark

Shorts

Sharp

Sore

Hard

Storms

Yard

Sport

Sharks

Porch

Pour

Story

Chore

Wore

Carve

Vocab

Guests- people who come to visit or eat a meal

Banquet- a large meal presented for an important event or pleasant

Agreeable- nice or pleasant

Curiosity- an interesting or strange thing

Gaze- a steady look or stare

Untrusting- having doubt about something