Mistakes ALLOWS THINKING TO HAPPEN
Wednesday, April 22nd
Perseverance Proverb for Wednesday: Only those who will risk going to far can possibly find out how far one can go....T.S. Eloit
Unit 5: Session 1.3: Growth Stories
***IMPORTANT. When you click on the video, it will prompt you to a Pearson Sign In. Follow these directions:
- Please click Pearson EasyBridge Plus & Audio
- Type in Niagara Falls City School District and press "Go"
- Click "Sign in as a Student
- Have your child put their user name to log in to their computer at school. Their password is their student ID #.
- The video should now work. Once you do this on your device it will automatically go to the video from now on!
Learning - I can interpret values of the points on a coordinate grid using a story about Tara and Nat
1. Click on the link to learn about Tables and Graphs p. 1-3---> Tables and Graphs(Practice the "Try It" on p. 4 if you would like, but you cannot submit)
2. Complete the Activity on p. 287 & 288 ---> Growth Stories: Tara and NatPlease draw and fill in your table and graph in a notebook or on a piece of paper. When finished, copy your answers to this form. ---> Growth Stories: Tara and Nat Helpful hints: Notice the graph on p. 288 only goes to 145 c.m. T100 cm = 1 meter and 1 meter is close to
3 feet. I would be around 1.6 meters tall!
3. Practice your MobyMax Fact Fluency!
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA)
Reading/Writing (45-60 minutes)
We Were There, Too by Phillip Hoose
Click the orange links for access activities/links
***Remember -When using on line Jouneys' materials, you can type in the page number you want at the top of the screen and click "the arrow".
Learning - I can compare and contrast to understand relationships between people, events, and ideas. - I can use text details to monitor and clarify understanding.
1. Reread p. 448-461 by clicking the link--> e-book
2. Answer the question using the RACE strategy by going to Assignments in Microsoft Teams.
3. Independent Reading- Don't forget to keep up with your reading. You can record the minutes you read on this Reading Calendar.
Today is our library day. You can use this time to work on the Science assignment from Monday and/or the Social Studies assignment from Tuesday.
Remember,they are not due until Friday.