Monday: *Math p 139-140 *Spelling Unit 5 ABC order
Tuesday: *Math p. 145-146 *Grammar wkbk p. 22
Wednesday *Math p. 151-152 *Grammar wkbk p. 23
Thursday: *No homework
Friday: *No school-do FID #2 from you packet Special Notes: *Reading Lesson 4 test Tues. *Religion Commandments test (p. 65) Thurs. *Parent-teacher conferences Fri. NO SCHOOL; Do FID #2 (See Google Classroom for directions in needed.) *Soc. Studies Diocesan test 10-12-22 *Religion extra credit due 10-21-22 *Book It due 10-31-22
This month in Religion, we will learn the importance of incorporating prayer, forgiveness, and service to God and others into our lives. We will also remember Mary, the Saints, and their models of holiness.
In Math this month, we will focus on multiplication and division concepts. We will learn the commutative, associative, and zero properties, as well as strategies for finding multiples and factors. We are also working hard on our multiplication facts. Please help us by practicing them at home as well.
Energy is our next area of study in Science. We will learn the difference between potential and kinetic energy, as well as the ways speed, force, acceleration, and gravity interact.
Pennsylvania geography is the first topic that we will learn about in Social Studies. Look for maps of the important cities and waterways in Pennsylvania, as well as the eight Dioceses, to come home soon.
Oct. 7: NO SCHOOL; Parent-Teacher Conferences Oct. 10: NO SCHOOL Oct. 13: $3 dress down for Tanzania Oct. 14: All school Mass Oct. 21: 4 & 5 Mass; Fall Fest 5:30 Oct. 28: Halloween party; wear regular uniform and Halloween accessories Oct. 31: Black and orange dress down
In Reading this month, we will use focus on stories with characters who must work together to solve a problem. We will look at story plot and will use it to infer, summarize, and analyze each story to determine the author's purpose for writing. In Grammar, we will look at the types of nouns and their uses. Learning to use good writing is an important part of our curriculum. In Spelling, we will look at vowel digraphs and the patterns that are used to form them.