Tuesday: *Math p. 435-436 *English worksheet 21/22
Wednesday: *Math p. 443-444 *English worksheet 30 *Elementary band students bring instruments Thurs.
Thursday: *Math p. 449-450 *Art journal due Fri.
Friday: *No homework
Special Notes: *Bring recorders every Mon. *English Mechanics test Thurs. *Spelling Test Fri. *Book It due 1-31-18 *We are in need of tissues for the classroom.
This month in Religion we will learn the importance of loving others in order to love God. In addition, we will prepare ourselves to celebrate Catholic Schools Week by learning how Catholic School help us to learn, serve, lead, and succeed.
In Math this month, we will learn the rules for divisibility, how to relate it to multiplication, and the significance of a remainder. Many of us are stilling struggling with our multiplication facts. Knowing them is essential to correctly computing division problems. Please continue to practice these facts at home.
Vertebrates are the topic of study in Science this month. We will learn the five categories of vertebrates and what characteristics define those categories. We will also learn how they differ from invertebrates and how humans fit into these groupings.
Dec. 25-Jan. 1: NO SCHOOL Jan. 5: First Friday Mass 8:30 Jan. 10: Progress Reports Jan. 15: NO SCHOOL Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Jan. 28: Catholic Schools Week opening Mass 9:00 followed by the Education Fair
Currently in Social Studies, we are looking at how Westward Expansion and conflicts such as the French and Indian War and the American Revolution affected growth in Pennsylvania.
In Reading this month, we will focus on stories in which the students will draw conclusions based on facts and opinions and will determine the theme of each story. In English, we will look at adjectives. We will learn to use the comparative (-er) and superlative (-est) forms and we will be able to use adjectives, in general, to write more complex sentences. In Spelling, the students will focus on compound words, final syllables, and suffixes.