Howe 2nd - 5th Grade Week Four

Continuous Learning Week of April 27, 2020

Mrs. Hall's 2nd Grade Class

Ms. Wise's 2nd Grade Class

2nd Grade Learning Resources UPDATED

April 27, 2020

Reading Comprehension: Solar System Part 1

Phonics: the /ir/ sound using ear & eer- Complete the sentence

Skill: Main Idea & Details- New House & A New Friend

Math: 2-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping

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April 28, 2020

Reading Comprehension: Solar System Part 1

Phonics: /ir/ sound word sort

Skill: Main Idea & Details- New House & A New Friend

Math: 2-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping

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April 29, 2020

Reading Comprehension: Solar System Part 1

Phonics: Ron Leary's Birthday

Skill: Main Idea & Details- Zoo Day

Math: 2-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping

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April 30, 2020

Reading Comprehension: Solar System Part 1

Phonics: Popcorn Phonics

Skill: Main Idea & Details- Zoo Day

Math: 2-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping

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Mrs. Smith's 3rd Grade Math


  • Check Mrs. Smith's SeeSaw
  • IXL H 1-10

See learning activities below.


Supplemental Websites:

Studyisland.com

ixl.com

freckle.com

xtramath.org

SeeSaw

Mrs. Davis' 3rd Grade English/Reading UPDATED

Read chapters 16-20


Activity for ch 16-17

Activity for ch 18-19


IXL FF.1-3 Context Clues

Mrs. Oglesby's 4th Grade Language Arts UPDATED

Mrs. O’s Lesson Plans for Mon. April 27th & Wed. April 29th

Mon. April 27th: Troublesome Homophones there, their, they’re, your,

you’re, two, too, & to.

Watch the following short video below about homophones.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7911KEv-TI4

Write a sentence using each of the homophones. Ex. He went to the store

to get bread. Make your sentences at least five words long.

Extra Practice: IXL Lesson BB. Homophones 1. Homophones with pictures.

2. Identify Homophones.

Wed. April 29th: More Troublesome Homophones it’s, its, who’s, whose.

Watch the following short videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4u3SaTsE54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oyRuWl_LYY

Write a sentence using each of the homophones, or you could get creative

and make a W.S. using these homophones. You can do fill in the blank or

multiple choice, etc. Ex.

It’s, its a beautiful day to be playing in the park.

Extra Practice: BB. Homophones Lesson 3. Use the correct homophone.

Hope you’re all enjoying your time at home. The school year is winding

down. Finish strong! :)

Mr. Cagle's 4th Grade Math, Science and Social Studies UPDATED

Math- Tuesday, April 28th

Materials Needed: A deck of cards (If needed create your own with paper) Remove all Face

cards (King, Queen and Jack), Aces and 10 cards

Pencil/Paper

Place the 2-9 cards face down

Pick 4 cards

Create a decimal using 4 cards

Use a penny for the decimal point

Read and write the number name for each decimal

Example: 12.46 twelve and forty-six hundredths or 145.3 one hundred forty-five and three tenths

Science- Tuesday April 28th

Paper helicopters are a fun activity that demonstrates gravity, drag and thrust. Using paper,

scissors, and a few paper clips to make helicopters, you too can design something to fall with

style. Use the attached template for the design of the helicopters, or design your own!

GATHER THIS:

● Paper

● Scissors

● Paper clips

● Color pencils or anything writing device

THEN DO THIS:

1. Cut along all of the solid lines of the helicopter pattern.

2. Fold the lower sections (C & D) toward each other along the dotted lines.

3. Hold the folded sections and place a paper clip at the end.

4. Fold the top blades (A & B) in opposite directions.

5. Hold the helicopter high above your head. Release!

6. Try shaping your blades or using different amounts of weight. You can also try uneven

blades.

ASK THIS:

● Did the helicopter rotate clockwise or counter-clockwise?

● How can you make it rotate in the opposite direction?

● Does the height you drop it from affect its flight?

● How does the weight (paperclips) affect the flight?

● If you cut the blades unevenly how does it affect the helicopter’s travel? How?

WHAT IS HAPPENING?

When the helicopter falls, air pushes up against the blades and bends them up just a little.

When air pushes upward on the slanted blade, some of that thrust becomes a sideways – or

horizontal – push.

The helicopter doesn’t move sideways through the air because there are two blades, each

getting the same push but in opposite directions. The two opposing thrusts work together to

cause the toy to spin.

Math- Thursday April 30th

Materials Needed: A deck of cards (If needed create your own with paper) Remove all Face

cards (King, Queen and Jack), Aces and 10 cards

Pencil/Paper

stry

Place the 2-9 cards face down

Pick 4 cards

Make a 4 digit number

Round to the nearest thousands place

Then draw another card and divide

Example: 2,456= 2,000

Then Draw 1 card= 2

2,000 divided by 2= 1,000

Repeat 4 times

Have your parent/guardian send me a message on Remind, email, or text if you completed this

task. (You may take a picture of your answers and send it if you want)

*Optional Activity Study Island Math or IXL Math

Social Studies- Thursday, April 30th

Pick any country in the world and tell me the following facts about that country

1. Name of the country

2. Capital city

3. Industry

4. Language spoken

5. Draw a picture of the country

6. Draw a picture of the country flag

Have your parent/guardian send me a message on Remind, email, or text if you completed this

task. (You may take a picture of your answers and send it if you want)

Mrs. Casey's 4th Grade Resources Week Two UPDATED

Week 4 Reading:

MONDAY: Look around the house(inside or outside) and find a flower of your choice. Research and read as much information as you can about this flower.

WEDNESDAY: On a piece of paper, write 5 interesting things you found out about your flower. Take a picture of your paper and send it to me on Remind. Feel free to send a picture of the flower also.

Mrs. Nobles' 5th Grade Resources UPDATED

Mrs. Stacy's 5th Grade Resources UPDATED

Mrs. Stacy’s Lesson Plans for April 30-31


Pick one activity from the list below for April 30 and one for April 31. Complete the activity and take a picture and text or email it to me at 918-649-4484 or cherylstacy@howeschools.org.


Activity 1: Make a timeline of your day.


Activity 2: Research a National Monument and write down five facts about it. Draw a picture

of it and send it to me.


Activity 3: Create a family tree and illustrate each family member.


Activity 4: See how many free throws you can make in one minute. Repeat this step 6 times

and record how many you make each time. When finished, use your data to find

the range, mode, median, and mean of the shots made. If you don’t have a ball goal

you can use a trash can and a smaller ball or something that you have at home.


Activity 5: Create a planet, name it, and draw it. Describe what your planet looks like. How

many days does it take your planet to orbit the sun? Does it have human life or

some other kind of life? What kind of weather does it have? How long are the

days and nights? What is life like on your new planet?


Activity 6: Use a piece of paper to cut as many triangles as you can. Classify the triangles

you make by type.(equilateral, all sides equal, scalene no sides equal, isoslosis

two sides equal). Classify them again by size. (acute, obtuse, right). Create a

geometric shape using the triangles.


Activity 7: Pretend you have one million dollars. Come up with a list of what you would buy

with it and estimate what you think each item would cost.


Activity 8: Make a quadrilateral robot. On a piece of paper identify the quadrilaterals you

used for each body part. Remember quadrilaterals are four sided figures

consisting of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and trapezoids.


Activity 9: Design a brand new playground and draw the playground. Describe your play-

ground and tell how much it would cost to build and buy everything needed.


Activity 10: Each letter in your first and last name has value. A is worth $1, B is worth $2,

C is worth $3. Use this pattern and go all the way to Z which is worth $26. How

much is your first and last name worth?



Websites

http://teacher.scholastic.com

ixl.com

studyisland.com

google classroom

Mrs. Hyde's Resources