Monday: *Math p. 791-792 *Spelling ABC order Tuesday: *No homework
Wednesday: *Math p. 799-800 *Band students bring instruments Thurs.
Thursday: *Math p. 805-806 *Art journal due Fri.
Friday: *Music bring recorders Mon. Special Notes: *Religion test Weds. *Reading Lesson 19 test Thurs. *Spelling Unit 29 test Fri. *Math Ch. 12 test 4-27-21 *Social Studies Ch. 8 test 4-28-21 *PA project due 4-30-21
We will finish the year with a look at the Liturgical Calendar, followed by a review of the Seven Sacraments.
In Math this month, we will learn to convert customary and metric units, to use the proper tools for various types of measurement, and to report our data in multiple ways.
In Science this month, we will learn about natural hazards and how they affect our Earth in both positive and negative ways.
This month, we will look at the ways that industry and manufacturing grew after the Civil War and paved the way for growth in Pennsylvania that we still see today.
Mar. 31: Early Dismissal 11:45 Apr. 1-5: Easter Break Apr. 14-15: Race for Education Apr. 16: Progress Reports Apr. 23: $1 Paid Shambuck Dress Down Day Apr. 30: SJS Golf Tournament
In Reading this month, we will learn to infer, visualize, and question. Students will look for the story plot and will then use it summarize and analyze each story to determine the author's purpose for writing. We will also learn how to use prefixes and suffixes to change words and how to use figurative language to expand our writing. In English, we will use the writing process to help us publish both fiction and nonfiction works. In Spelling, we will focus on syllables and silent letters and the patterns that are used to form them.