Wednesday: *English workbook p. 55 *Elementary Band students bring instruments Thurs.
Thursday: *No homework
Friday: *No homework Special Notes: *Math Ch. 7 Test Thurs. *Social Studies Ch. 5 Test Thurs. *Reading Lesson 11 Test 1-25-21 *English Capitalization and Punctuation Test 1-27-21
This month we will begin studying the Beatitudes. We will learn how following these tenets in conjunction with the Commandments helps us to lead better Christian lives.
In Math this month, we will work with both numeric and nonnumeric patterns and sequences.
In Science this month, we will how wave patterns help us to transmit sound, light, and information.
We will learn how Pennsylvania became a colony. Did you know that PA was the first colony to allow freedom of religion? That right helped to bring many colonists to the area.
Jan. 15: $1 Paid Dress Down; Progress Reports Jan. 18: No School Jan. 31-Feb. 5: Catholic Schools Week
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 to change words and how to use the dictionary to find those words. In English, we will review our basic capitalization and punctuation skills, including abbreviations, commas, and quotations. In Spelling, we will focus on suffixes and final syllables and the patterns that are used to form them.