Wednesday: *English worksheet *Spanish homework due Thurs. *Elementary band students bring instruments tomorrow Thursday: *Math p. 443-444 *Reading worksheet *Art journals due Fri.
Friday: *No homework
Special Notes: *English adjectives test Weds, *Social Studies Ch. 5 Test Thurs. *Religion Ch. 17-19 test Fri. *Reading Lesson 12 Test Fri. *Book It due 1-31-19
This month we will finish our study of the Ten Commandments.
In Math this month, we will focus on and division concepts. We will work on problems with two-digit and three-digit dividends and a single digit divisor. Their quotients may or may not have remainders.
This month we will look at the transfer of energy through different means, including through electricity and light.
Dec. 31-Jan. 2: No School; Merry Christmas Jan. 5: School open house 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Jan 9: School Mass 8:30 a.m. Jan. 16: Progress Reports Jan. 21: No school Jan 27-Feb. 1: Catholic Schools Week
Currently, we are looking at the first Europeans that came to Pennsylvania and how we can still see their influences today.
In Reading this month, we will learn to infer, visualize, and question. We will then use those skills to analyze, summarize, and form predictions about the author's purpose and story plot. In English, we will look at adjectives and the rules for spelling and using them. Learning to use good writing is an important part of our curriculum. In Spelling, we will focus on the suffixes -ed and -ing and the patterns that they follow.