E-Learning April 20th- April 24th

TeacherAngela Mariner
Subject AreaMath and Science
Grade Level4
Week #
Unit of Instruction
Standard(s) Taught
Learning Targets and Learning Criteria
Classroom Activities

Monday- April 20th

Math

Look for YouTube video posted on Bloomz (by 11am)

IXL (80% or higher)- Z.3 Measure angles on a circle

i-Ready- 10 minutes

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- O.1 What affects traits? Use observations to support a hypothesis.

Study vocab

Tuesday- April 21st

Math

Look for YouTube video posted on Bloomz (by 11am)

IXL (80% or higher)- Z.4 Measure angles with a protractor

i-Ready- 10 minutes

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- O.2 Match offspring to parents using inherited traits

Study vocab

Wednesday-April 22nd

Math

No Video today

IXL- (80% or higher)- (Literally between Z.4 and Z.5) New! Draw angles with a protractor

i-Ready- 10 minutes

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- O.3 Identify inherited and acquired traits

Study Vocab

 

Thursday- April 23rd

Math

Look for YouTube video posted on Bloomz (by 11am)

IXL- (80% or higher)- Z.5 Estimate Angle Measurements

i-Ready- 10 minutes

 

Science

IXL (80% or higher)- O.4 Identify inherited and acquired traits: Use evidence to support a statement

Study Vocab

 

Friday- April 24th

Math

IXL- (80% or higher)- Z.6 Adjacent angles

i-Ready 45 minutes total for the week, and 2 quizzes

 

Science

Graded assignment- Animal life cycle vocab

Assignments Due

Study Animal Life Cycle Vocab

Life cycle- the series of changes in the life of an organism.

Instinct- what some animals use in order to eat, drink, or rest in order to meet their needs. These animals do not need to be taught how to do certain things, they just automatically know.

Reproduction- the act, or process, of creating a copy of something, including offspring.

Worker- a female bee

Drone- a male bee

Tadpole- the tailed aquatic larva of an amphibian (frog, toad, newt, or salamander), breathing through gills and lacking legs until the later stages of its development.

Molting- when a caterpillar, or larva, sheds is skin.

Chrysalis- another word for a butterfly pupa where the metamorphic stage takes place.

Nectar- a sugary fluid secreted by plants, especially within flowers to encourage pollination by insects and other animals. It is collected by bees to make into honey.

Honey- a sweet, sticky yellowish-brown fluid made by bees and other insects from nectar collected from flowers.

K-selected- only producing a few offspring.

R-selected- producing many offspring in hopes that some survive.

Offspring- a person or an animal’s child.

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