Fourth Grade

Hello! My name is Derek Gray and I will be your son/daughter’s 4th grade teacher for the 2020-2021 academic school year. This is my fourth year at Our Lady of Victory and my 13 year teaching. My educational pursuits started at Washington Preparatory High School as I graduated in 1997 holding the title: Captain of the Basketball team. I happily moved on to LA Trade Tech becoming one of the state’s top 100 sophomores. At LATT, I refocused on education and progressed toward the collegiate arena at Morehouse College in Atlanta Georgia. At this prestigious university, I received a BA in Health and Physical Education in 2003. I then went on to further my education at Loyola Marymount University and obtained a Master’s degree in Child Adolescent Literacy in 2007.


Homework:

11/2

Math: Write problems in word form:

  1. 2,683. 2) 16,523 3) 198 4) 5,786 5) 6,453 6) 23,786

7) 496 8) 24,783 9) 4,568 10) 27,483

Phonics Write Week 3 day 2 ABC order

ELA Complete your Personal Narrative and Final Draft

11/3

Math: Complete equations in expanded form

  1. 47,653 2) 23,736 3) 4,589 4) 72,895 5) 107,693

6) 331,435

II. Multiply 7) 435 x15 8) 276 x 12 9) 94 x 64. 10) 72 x 63

Phonics: Write sentences using more than 5 words

Religion: Finish Today’s quote : “Children obey your parents in the Lord for this is right” Ephesians 6:1

11/4

Math:Complete in Unit form 1) 55,683 2) 43,786 3) 2,589 4) 6,987 5) 122,678

6) 14,599 7) 8,496

II Multiply 8) 763 x 15 9) 276 x 19 10) 786 x24

Phonics: Syllable breakdown day 1 and 2 Week 3 ex: 1) recognize re/cog/nize 3 syllables

11/5

Math: Multiply

1) 456 x 24 2) 756 x 27 3) 756 x 24 4) 83 x 27 5) 63 x21 6) 832 x 64

7) 835 x 27 8) 732 x 61 9) 239 x 19 10) 53 x 26

Phonics: Finish Phonics from Tuesday and Wednesday Study for Test.

Science: Write a paragraph in a half about your Science Project? When did it begin growing? How many of your Beans have grew? If they didn’t grow did you move your project? Overall what do you think about your project? What did your Learn?

11/8/21

Math Write problems in Unit and Standard form

  1. Five thousand four hundred thirty three
  2. Twenty two thousand five hundred eight six
  3. Eight eight thousand seven hundred thirty seven
  4. Ninety nine thousand two hundred thirty six
  5. four hundred seventy two thousand two hundred fifty three

Religion: Either your completing the quote(s) from today or others that need to completed, Gathering all scriptures to be prepare tomorrow and graded, Finish writing reflections

Science: Write on Separate sheet your observation on you Bean in a cup. Other students who beans didn’t grow. Discuss how you felt doing your project.

11/9/21

Math: Write the product in Standard and Unit form:

  1. 456 x 27 2) 358 x 12 3) 45 x 27 4) 82 x 61 5) 342 x 17

6) 328 x 42 7) 4,563- 2,891 8) 7,868 + 4,563

11/10/21

ELA: Finish pronoun story using 10 pronouns

Math: complete MMM chart. Write equations answers into word form

  1. 38×29 2) 72×46 3) 563×14 4) 42×38 5) 46×34 6) 19×27

7) 156 x 24 8) 29 x 15

11/11

S.S./Art

Finish all art pieces: Cornocoupia, Scaryhouse, hand, Flag and prayer (today)

Here is the Link https://artprojectsforkids.org/

11/15/21

Math: Compare greater than, Less than, equal to

  1. 4,785. ___ 4,785

2) 53,475 ___ 83,765

3) 127,485 ___ 137,456

4) 58,493 __ 61,786

5) 8 thousands 5 hundreds 4 tens 6 ones. ______ forty five thousand three hundred eighty six

6) Two hundred eighty thousand four hundred fifty six _____ Two hundred seventy six thousand two hundred twenty four

Social Studies: Complete Legislative branch worksheet. and write 12 facts. Please make sure you have subject with your facts.

11/16/21

Social Studies: Complete questions and answers from Legislative Branch and 12 facts

ELA: Read and respond to questions

Math: Compare

  1. 25,486. ____ 33,986

2) 43,789 _____ 45,668

3) 231,786 ___241,568

4) 72,589 ____ 289,483

5)59,646 ___ 59,646

6) 21,485 ___ 21,487

7) 604,840 ___647,865

8)249,650 ___ 187,450

11/18/21

no homework

11/19/21

Math: Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Add

  1. 26/3 2) 36/8 3) 52/9 4) 44/6 5) 58/6

6) 52/8 7) 43 x 12 8) 285 x 4 9) 289 x 14 10) 83 x 24

11) 52,483 – 24,653 12) 132,483 = 13) 8,453 – 6,943. 14 72,641 – 5,483

15) Write in standard form : Six million five hundred fifty three thousand nine hundred eighty six

11/29/21

Math: Divide

  1. 43/7 2) 13/2 3) 25/3 4) 27/5 5) 26/9 6) 22/5

7) 37/4 8) 40/9

ELA: IDENTIFY THE ELEMENTS OF THE STORY ( CHARACTERS, SETTING, THEME, PLOT, CLIMAX, MORAL) Using any story

11/30/21

Math:

1) 4 x a = 12. 2) 6 x b = 24 3) C x 7= 21 4) d x 8=32 5) 63/8

6) 14/6 7) 49/6. 8) 17/2 9) 326 x 12 10) 1,593- 1,873

11) 84x 32 12) 324 x 14

ELA: Finish write up about what did you do over Thanksgiving break. (use these questions help drive your thinking

  1. How was Thanksgiving? 2) What did you do on the day of Thanksgiving

3) What are you mostly Thankful for and why?

Science: Complete questions and write 15 facts

Religion: Finish writing on quote

Study For MMM

12/1/21

Complete MMM

12/2/21

No homework

12/6/21

ELA: Emma’s Favorite story (Write the elements of a story)

Phonics: Week 4 day 2 Create sentences (more than 5 words)

Math: 1) 34 x 32 2) 64,538 + 21,496 3) 107,483 – 21,543 4) 5 x c= 60

5) 42 = c x 7 6) 21 = 3x b 7) 426 x 21 8) 593,436 ____ 736,228

Write in Unit form : 9) 5,783 10) 21,493. 11) 106,872

12/7/21

Science: Earthquakes Read and Respond to questions

Math: Study for MMM

Phonics: Write week 4 day 3 10x each

12/8/21

Study for MMM

Study for Test

12/9/21

Math (board problems). 1) 346 x 28 2) 484 x 56 3) 289 X 91 4) 806 X 34

5) 510/6 6) 408/8 7) 734/8 8) 360/4 9) 194/2

10) 712/8 11) 198/3 12) 528/8

Phonics: Week 4 day 2 and 3 syllable breakdown ex: apron a/pron = 2 syllables

12/10/21

Math board problems

  1. 266/3 2) 215/7 3) 155/2 4) 342/4 5) 187/2

6) 293/7 7) 427/4 8) 230/6 9) 194/4 10) 453,437 – 321,863

11) 27,876 – 19,849 12) 58,767 + 29,787

12/13

Math: 1) 6804/8 2) 507/2 3) 2,673 / 5 4) 1,309 / 3

5) 1,141/5 6) 1,006/9

Religion: Write a reflection on “The Lord gives wisdom”

12/14

Math: Division

  1. 2,958/5 2) 2,363 / 7 3) 6,542/7. 4) 1,742/ 3 5) 5,614/8

6) 2,089/5 7) 7,966/9 8) 2,071/5 9) 8,926/9

Study MMM

Phonics: Test

1/10/22

ELA: Finish identifying the elements of the story Treasure Hunt.

Science: Read Seismic Waves 

Math: Complete division and multiplication 

1) 62 x 6             2) 245 x 8        3) 52 x 25           4)  7 x b =96        5) a x 10 = 110

6) 72= 8 x C.    7) 555/4              8) 3252 / 6           9) 1884 /9        10) 434 x 3

11) 2516 / 4          12) 2880 / 5

1/11/22

ELA: Write a  summary that is a paragraph in a half on the story Treasure Hunt (use the elements to help)

Social Studies: Finish completing Judicial Branch worksheet and write 14 facts using Google docs

Math : Division: 1) 6381/ 7               2) 5224/ 8                 3) 8,145 / 9            4) 977 / 2            5) 1,760 / 2      6) 1086/ 2

7) 5,715/9          8) 1.951/3               9) 4,046 / 7              10) 3,995 / 5

Study MMM.

1/12/22

ELA: Capitalization worksheet 2 

Science Seismic Waves questions 1-5

Math: Division problems : 1) 5,047/ 7              2) 3552 / 6                 3) 5,096 / 7                4) 7,240 / 8             5) 1,278 / 6

6) 2,114 / 7                  7) 5,409 / 9               8) 1,974 / 2               9) 300 / 3             10) 6,525 / 9

Social Studies :Judicial Branch: Create a summary about the Judicial Branch

1/13/22

upload assignments upload assignments below

Tuesday S.S. Judicial Branch questions and answers, 14 facts, Summary ( 3 assignments)

Wednesday Sci: Seismic Waves questions and answers

                      ELA Capitalization 2

 Thursday     ELA: Capitalization 3

Art Finish Cheetah 

Interesting Fact Friday

1/14/22

Homework : Asynchronous assignments (without teacher)

To finish all assignments and upload the assignments that need to be uploaded  and return the assignments Tuesday January 18 when we come to class . Check school website or below for the assignments that need to be uploaded and return

Interesting fact: for the class if absent 

1/18/22

Math: 1) 836 / 4 2) 2,889/ 9 3) 6279 / 7 4) 3140 / 4

5) 1398 / 3

ELA: Write a summary about your winter break( you can make it up) Two paragraphs

1/19/22

Math: MMM

Phonics: Week 5 day 1 7x each

Social Studies: Watch the news for the weather for the rest of the week (Thursday- Sunday) and write a detail

description about the the forecast.

1/24/22

Phonics: Write sentences Week 5 day 3 (More than five words)

Religion: Finish scripture from Today

Math: Complete five problems 1) 346 x 24 2) 68 x 24 3) 54 x27 4) 27 x 12 5) 72 x 6

1/25/22

Phonics 7x each Day 2 Week 5

Math: FInd the midpoint 1) 10,000. ? 9,0000 2)500 ? 400 3) 15,000 ? 14,000

4)4,500 ? 2,500 5)8,000 ? 4,000 6) 300 ? 200 7) 700 ? 600

1/26/22

ELA: Read Grace darling : identify the 7 elements 

and create a summary. Using details

Language. Use your notes from Analogies to tell what type of analogies are

Math: Complete MMM

See google classroom for to the worksheets.

1/27/22

Study for Phonic Test

1/28/22

Finish Martin Luther King illustration

1/31/22

Religion: Finish quote from earlier

ELA: Read Liza’s Spelling bee and create a summary

Phonics: Week 6 Day 1 10x each

2/1/22

Religion: Finish writing the quote for today, and any other quote. “God is our refuge and strength an ever present

in trouble” Psalm 46:1

Math: Complete Fact families

  1. 6, 7, 42 2) 4, 8, 32 3) 9, 6, 54 4) 108, 9, 12 5) 27, 3, 9 6) 5, 12, 60

7) 90, 10, 9 8) 33, 3, 11 9) 96, 8, 12 10) 5, 7, 35 11) 28, 4, 7 12) 18, 3, 6

13) 5, 8, 40

2/2/22

Math: Fact families: 1) 30, 10, 3 2) 30, 6, 5 3) 49, 7, 7 4) 33, 11, 3 5) 72, ?, ?

6) 48, ?, ? 7) 54, ?, ?

ELA: Write the elements and use them to create a summary. (see google classroom for story)

Religion: Create a Prayer and decorate the prayer

2/3/22

Fact families: 1) 8,4,32 2) 14,2,28 3) 24, 2, 12 4) 11,12,32 5) 6,6,36

6) 18,2,9 7) 60,6,10 8) 12, 12, 144 9) 32, 4, 8 10) 27, 3, 9

11) 30, 3, 10 12) 39, 3, 13

ART: FINISH DRAGON

2/7/22

Math: Rounding to the nearest hundred

  1. 8,796 2) 3,456 3) 876 4) 2,763

5) 943 6) 278 7) 493 8) 217

Phonics: Week 6 Day 2 sentences More than 6 words

2/8/22

Religion: Finish Religion scripture for today Do not be deceived: “God is not mocked for whatever ones sow”.

Math: Worksheet study for MMM

ELA: Create a paragraph in a half or more about what do you do when school is over. Make sure you include time, supporting and key details.

2/9

Math: Find the GCF 1-4/ 5- 9 List the factors

  1. 56, 63 2) 84,24 3) 36, 54 4) 27, 9 5) 15

6) 21 7) 40 8) 108 9) 48

ELA: Name the type of figurative language and explain

  1. He has the heart of a stone
  2. The sun played hide and seek with the clouds.
  3. Clean as a whistle
  4. Watching the movie was like watching the grass grow
  5. They fought like cats and dogs.

2/14/22

Math: Round to the nearest hundred

  1. 470 2) 340 3)570 4)4,480

5)3,280 6) 24,520 7) 34,720. 8) 920

Phonics: Create Sentences for Week 6 Day 3 (more than 6 words )

2/15/22

Math: Round to the nearest hundred thousand

  1. 245,678 2) 434,871 3) 293,458 4) 197,256

5) 145,968 6-10 Find the LCF 6) 28,21 7) 16,72

8) 15,60 9) 27, 54 10) 36,18

ELA: Write what type of Figurative language and explain

  1. Love is Blind
  2. It was easy as shooting fish in a barrel\
  3. Opportunity knocked at the door
  4. You are my sunshine
  5. America is a Melting Pot

2/16/20

Math: Complete Word Problems

1) The cafeteria had seventy-five apples. For lunch they handed out forty-seven to students
and decided to use the rest to make pies. If each pie takes four apples, how many pies could
they make?

2) Paige uploaded seventy-four pictures to Facebook. She put forty-seven pics into one album
and put the rest into nine different albums. How many pictures were in each of the nine
albums?

3) There are thirteen students trying out for the school’s trivia teams. If three of them didn’t get
picked for the team and the rest were put into two groups, how many students would be in
each group?

4) Gwen’s team won their baseball game and scored forty-two points total. If Gwen scored
eighteen of the points and everyone else scored six points each, how many players were on
her team?

5) A store had twenty-one coloring books in stock. They ended up putting them on sale and
getting rid of seven of them. The put the ones they still had onto shelves with seven on each
shelf. How many shelves did they use?

2/22/22n

Math: Round to the nearest hundred thousand

  1. 456,738 2) 287,456 3) 128,763 4) 758,493 5) 689473

6) 99,458 7) 211,142 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN THOUSAND 8 -10

8) 158,109 9) 969,205 10) 613,360

ELA : Do research on a how to article ( food) come back to class with.

Study MMM

Phonics: week 7 Day 1 ABC order and Syllable breakdown

2/23/22

ELA: Finish how to article (about food) Minimum 6 Time Order words

Phonics: Week 7 Day 2 Create Sentences using more than 8 words

Math: Find the LCM: 1) 4,6 2) 3,9 3) 7,9 4) 8,4 5) 12,5

6) 6,15 7) 8,2

3/1/22

Math: Find the LCM

  1. 8, 9 2) 7,10 3) 5,10 4) 4,8 5) 7,9 6) 3,9 7) 4,5

8) 6,2

ELA Finish how to Article or practice presenting

Phonics: Write Week 7 Day 1 words 7x each

3/2/22

Math: GCM 1) 2,12 2) 3,6 3)4,7 4)5,12 5) 10,13 6) 6,8

7) 14,10

ELA: Figurative Language (tell what type of figurative language and what it means )

  1. Straight from the horse’s mouth
  2. Throwing caution into the air
  3. You can hear the hum in the engine
  4. The burning wood hissed and crackled

Religion: Write what this quote means to you. Minimum paragraph in a half two paragraphs

Every good gift and ever perfect gift is from above.

3/3/22

ELA: Finish working on the how to article. Work on fluency with the project for presentation Friday

Math: GCF 1) 64,48. 2) 56, 8 3) 16, 32 4) 12, 42 5) 96, 60

6) 36, 54 7) 9, 27 8) 24, 21 9) 60, 40

3/7/22

S.S: Why do you think it is important to learn how to create power points, watch the news, learn about different countries?. Please explain using key details, supporting details and personal experiences. How does it relate to social studies

ELA: Create a Outline on this writing topic. Explain several reasons why that uniform might be more convenient for students than choosing their own clothes .

Math: Round to the nearest hundred thousand 1) 463,786 2) 690,480 3) 543,535

4) 893,876 5) 433,286 6) 109,986 7) 233,296 8) 348,540

9) 106,273 10) 211,201

3/8/22

Science:

Write a reflection on your natural disasters project. Why do you think it is important to know about natural disasters? What have you learn about some of the disasters? Which ones can be dangerous in your opinion? and why? Name two Natural disasters and how are they created ? and what part of the United States does the Natural disasters take place usually?

3/9/22

Math: complete MMM

ELA: Finish completing your Outline

Science: Make sure you proof read you paper on natural disasters

3/10/22

ELA: Create a story using 12 proper nouns and 12 common nouns

ELA: Outline on Explanatory text

Math: Round to the nearest hundred

  1. 476,833. 2) 67,496 3) 28,932 4) 17,658

5) 346,287 6)4,868 7) 474,262 8) 193,485

9) 196,758 10) 212,486 11) 376,223 12) 48,175

13) 216,743 14) 93,416 15) 196,745

3/24/22

Math: Finish worksheet with estimate by rounding.

Science: Finish Whales assignment Complete questions. Write 12 facts and Create a Outline

Religion: Write a reflection on Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing Thessalonians.

Art Finish your picture of Heaven

3/14/22

Religion: Complete the reflection “We must obey God rather than Man” Acts 5:29

Math: Round to the nearest ten thousand and hundred (rounding number is in bold print): 1) 763,437 2) 563,834

3) 274,506 4) 198,567 5) 138,276 6) 109,183 7) 48,437

8) 47,338 9) 165,434 10) 96,435

Phonics: Study for Test Syllable breakdown and ABC order Week 7 Day 3

3/15/22

Religion: Write a reflection on the quote ” Don’t use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be goos and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them”

Math: Study MMM

ELA: Create a Outline with a topic Sentence and conclusion from the story Sharks.

3/16/22

ELA: Finish completing Outline with topic Sentence with I. II. III. and conclusion

Math: Complete MMM

Art: Finish illustrating the shark.

3/23/22

Math: Finish MMM

ELA: Finish Completing Bessie Coleman (Respond to all questions)

S.S. Complete an Outline on What is a Continent. Using a I II III (Roman Numerals) a conclusion

3/28/22

Religion: Write a reflection on the quote “Do your best to present yourself to God, as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed rightly handling the word of the truth”

Math: Finish L:9 Problem Set and Lesson 10 Problem set

3/29/22

Math: L:9 homework problems

S.S. complete ques. 1-8 Complete Sentences and write 13 facts

Phonics: Week 8 Day 1 : Write W:8 day 1 10x each.

3/30/22

MMM: Finish MMM

ELA: Write two paragraphs (One paragraph tonight ) Most people have a favorite food. What is yours? Is the food a common one that most other kids would know about, or a really special type? Is it sweet or spicy? In an essay, name your favorite food and describe to your classmates how it looks? smells? and tastes? Tell why you like it so much?

4/1/22

Math: 1) 396-238 2) 789 x 75 3) 876 + 349 4) 88 x 72

5) 876 – 436

4/4/22

ELA: Finish completing Jumping over boundaries discussion questions 1-3

4/5/22

Religion: Finish copying p.48-49

Science: Write a reflection about what did you learn about Natural disasters. Which one did you think could really damage a city? Why? What is your opinion about how floods begin? If a flood is to happen tomorrow do you think you know what to do? All natural disasters can happen, what should you do in case of and tornado?

4/6/22

Math: Finish MMM

ELA: Finish your reading STAR questions and write a compare and contrast narrative about your first score with your second score in your reflection.

S.S: Finish Jumping over boundaries discussion ques 1-3

4/7/22

Math: Finish Star questions and finish reflection. Compare and contrast for math scores (First score with the second score)

Phonics Write day 3 week 8 sentence using more than six words.

4/13-4/25/22

Spring break begin

Complete Science projects

4/25/22: Work on Science project presentations

4/26/22

ELA: Write two paragraphs about your Spring break? Where did you go ?and with whom? Did you learn anything on Spring Break? Did you travel during Spring break? If so where ? What was the best part and what was the worst part of your Spring break?

4/27/22

ELA: Create 5 questions for your STAR reading.

Religion: Finish copying p. 50

Math: Finish MMM

5/2/22

Phonics: Week 9 day 1 writing words 10x each

and abc order

Math: GCF

  1. 10, 15. 2) 24, 6 3) 15, 20 4) 5,24 5) 30,5
  2. 4,20 7) 2,4 8) 4,12 9) 8, 24. 10) 8, 2

5/3/22

ELA: Write two paragraphs on your ideal home, Most people can imagine a dream home. What would yours be? Big or Small? Why? In the country or city? How many floors ? Would it be underground, already built, up in a tree , or custom built?

Science: Write a reflection on how you think everyone did on their Science Projects. Whose project you thought was the best? and why? Who had the best presentation ? Do you think you improve on public speaking?

5/9/22

Math: Multiplying decimals

1) 61.7 x 3.6 2) 54.02 x 6.0 3) 3.6 x 1.1 4) 50.6 x 9.7

5) 39.75 x 9.2 6) 4.4 x 9.2 7) 77.3 x 3.2 8) 58.44 x 5.4

9) 5.0 x 3.5 10) 60.8 x 4.9

ELA : Finish editing your Ideal home narrative. Illustrate your ideal home

Religion : Finish copying p. 55-56 Complete We respond.

5/10/22

Math: Multiplying decimals

  1. 48.5 x 1.1 2) 40.01 x 5.5 3) 3.5 x 3.9 4) 25.7 x 5.8

5) 474.2 x 5.1 6) 6.8 x 1.8 7) 6.90 x 3.2 8) 930.9 x 9.0

9) 3.1 x 9.5 10) 22.6 x 8.3

S.S What Good is Salt Marsh: Complete all questions

Science: Copy or finish Science reflection on separate sheet of paper

Phonics: Write sentences for Week 9 day 1 words

5/11/22

Math: 1) 92.7 x 7.8 2) 78.69 x 5.1 3) 5.4 x 9.5 4) 7.09 x 2.8

5) 437.6 x 1.4 6) 2.3 x 4.6 7) 1.39 x 1.0 8) 10.39 x 1.5

9) 2.2 x 8.5 10) 6.92 x 1.7

Phonics: ABC order Week 9 Day 2 and 1

S.S. What is Good Salt Marsh Complete all questions

5/12/22

Phonics Week 9 day 3 10x each

Math: Locate LCM 1) 3 and 4 2) 5 and 8 3)7 and 2 4) 4 and 6

5) 11 and 8 6) 9 and 10 7) 3 and 6 8) 2 and 8 9) 10 and 5

10) 7 and 3 11) 9 and 3 12) 12 and 11 13) 3 and 7 14) 2 and 12

15) 4 and 2 16) 9 and 4 17) 3 and 6 18) 11 and 3 19) 4 and 3

20) 2 and 8

5/16/22

Math: Finish Problem Set from this morning

S.S. Create Outline on What good is Salt Marsh with a Topic Sentence, I. Topic of paragraph a) b) c) Key and supporting details, II. Topic of paragraph a) b) c) (Supporting and key details) III. Topic of Paragraph a) b) c) (Supporting and key details)

Sci: Write two paragraphs on Why is Science important to you? What is so interesting about Science? If Science is boring to you why? and What part of Science? What additional would you like to learn about in Science?

5/17/22

Math: Worksheet angles with protractor

ELA comp: Complete text dependent questions 1-5 and complete the discussion questions

Phonics: Syllable breakdown W:9 day 1 and 2

5/18/22

Math: Complete angles worksheet from last night and complete the fractions by showing the picture

  1. 4/10 2) 5/8 3) 6/10 4) 2/4 5) 2/3 6) 4/6

7) 2/8 8) 3/9 9) 2/12 10) 6/7 11) 12/13 12) 3/7

13) 4/8 14) 1/8 15) 4/9

ELA: Create 12 homophone sentences with two word choices for a partner

ELA: Finish Moon Rain

5/19/22

Math: Finish MMM and complete problems 1) 33.7 x 2.1 2) 123.7 x 8.2 3). 44.9 x 3.5 4) 72.4 x 5.8 5) 22.7 – 4.8 6) 77.5 + 8.2 7) 44.6 – 5.8 8) 123.8 + 44.9

Phonics: Study for Test Week 9

ELA : Create a Outline with a Topic Sentence with a conclusion for “Moon Rain”

5/23/22

No homework : Prepare for STAR

5/24/22

Math: find the perimeter for the missing sides and GCF

  1. 8.18 and 7.18 2) 5.71 and 9.1 3) 6.55 and 7.4 4) 5.7 and 6.7

5) 6.61 and 8.9 6) 8.5 and 6.3 7) 20 and 4 8) 2 and 20 9) 30 and 3

10) 60 and 5

ELA: Complete Kids table and Fog Test do both (text dependent ques.) 1-5

5/25/22

Math: ( decimals)

  1. 43.4 + 21.8 2) 56.34 + 28.74 3) 49.64 + 9.8 4) 72.63 + 20.88

5) 123.8 X 4.8 6) 303.1 X 2.1 7) 29.8 X 2.9 8) 76.3 X 4.9 9) 72.6 X 8.7

10) 10.10 X 9.8

5/26/2022

ELA: Finish Kids Table discussion questions 1-2

Math: Fractions Show picture of each fraction

1) 1/2 2) 2/4 3) 3/5 4) 3/7 5) 1/3 6) 6/8

7) 10/12 8) 9/14 9) 11/12 10) 5/6 11) 1/9 12) 2/7 13) 4/8

5/31/22

Math: Prime Composite ( if composite list factors)

  1. 64 2) 29 3) 42 4) 69 5) 96 6) 21 7) 5 8) 26

9) 32 10) 67 11) 108 12) 64

ELA: Write two paragraphs about Memorial day weekend. Where did you go? and with whom? What was the interesting thing that you did? What was favorite and least favorite thing to do? How was weather where you were? Use key and supporting details

5/1/22

Math: MMM and complete Prime and Composite

1)78 2) 89 3) 42 4) 88 5) 62 6) 62 7) 74

8) 49 9) 63 10)32 11) 54 12)98

ELA: Complete two paragraphs about your Memorial Day weekend

5/6/22

Math: Equivalent Fractions

  1. 0/6 = 2) 3/6 = 3) 1/2 = 4) 4/8= 5) 1/3=

6) 2/2= 7) 3/4 = 8) 2/4

ELA: Create Outline on Topic Sentence w 4 roman numerals align with your questions and Conclusion

Phonics: Week 13 day 2 and 3 syllable breakdown

Math: Study For MMM and complete equivalent fractions

  1. 3/6 =. 2) 2/4 = 3) 2/2 4)1/4 = 5) 0/2 = 6) 1/2=

7) 4/8= 8) 1/3 9) 6/8

Phonics : Create Sentences using more than 7 words for Week 13 day 1

6/8/22

Math: Adding fractions with like denominators

  1. 3/5 + 2/5 2) 6/12 + 4/12 3) 5/8 + 2/8 4) 9/12 + 1/12 5) 4/9 + 3/9

6) 7/15 + 3/15 7) 2/8 + 4/8 8) 6/10 + 4/10 9) 10/12 + 2/12 10) 4/9 + 2/9

11) 8/16 + 4/16 12) 7/9 + 2/9 13) 6/10 + 2/10 14) 8/18 + 4/18 15) 7/16 + 7/16

Complete MMM

6/9/22

Math: Adding like Fractions (simplify if need to )

  1. 4/8 + 6/8 2) 6/10 + 3/10 3) 8/12 + 4/12 4) 10/15 + 3/15

5) 10/12 + 12/12 6) 4/6 + 4/6 7) 13/14 + 1/14 8) 7/14 + 3/14

9) 6/12 + 4/12 10) 8/18 + 4/18 11) 9/10 + 2/10 12) 4/5 + 3/5

Phonics: Create Sentences for Week 13 day 2 ( More than 7 words )

ELA: Finish Outline on Friendship (Use the questions to guide your outline)

Science Text dependent questions 1-5 on 500 elephants

6/13/22

Math Adding unlike denominators https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgGAJOe-Bgg 

1) 5/6 + 7/9 2) 6/8 + 3/8 3) 4/7 + 3/7 4) 2/5 + 3/4 5) 6/8 + 2/4

6) 5/8 + 1/8 7) 2/3 + 3/5 8) 2/6 + 7/9 9) 4/8 + 6/8 10) 5/7 + 3/5

11) 10/11 + 1/2 12) 7/9 + 4/9

Religion: Copy p.68-69 

Synonyms and Antonyms  Write S for Synonym and A for Antonyms 

1)miniature/small 2) angry/irate. 3) musical/melodious 4)lead/follow

5) protect/defend 6) buy/sell 7)jump/leap 8) book/tome

9)inside/within 10)hungry/full

6/14

ELA: Read ” An Honest Mistake”

Math: 1) 6/9 + 4/9 2) 9/12 +9/12 3) 6/10 + 4/10 4) 5/13 + 4/13

5) 10/15 + 5/15 6) 3/4 =2/4 7) 2/10 + 3/10 8) 4/8 + 2/8 9) 7/8 + 7/8

10) 5/10 + 1/10 11) 2/8 + 2/8 12) 5/9 + 1/9 bonus 7 1/8 + 8 3/8

6/15

ELA: An honest mistake: Create a summary using your own words. Two paragraphs you can use the elements to assist with summary.

Math: Finish MMM and adding Mixed fractions with like and unlike denominators

  1. 4 3/4 + 2 1/4 2) 6 2/10 + 4 1/3 3) 8 5/10 + 7 3/5 4) 6 2/3 + 5 4/9

5) 7 6/12 + 4 2/3 6) 8 4/14 + 7 2/7 7) 7 2/8 + 4 2/4 8) 5 4/5 + 4 2/5

9) 8 2/6 + 9 1/6 10) 4 5/9 + 6 2/9

6/16/22

Study for ELA language final need to know ( Context clues, homophones, Synonyms and Antonyms, Common and Proper nouns, Singular and Plural nouns, nouns and proper nouns. Run on and fragment and figurative Speech)

Study for Math Final need to know ( Rounding, adding and multiplication with decimals, Perimeter, Prime and Composite, missing variable, Expanded form, word form, division with remainders, 3 by 2 , multiplication, adding with like and unlike denominators, Ray, line segment, point angle line.

ELA Comp Finish Essay on Friendship