Howe 2nd - 5th Grade Week Three

Continuous Learning Week of April 20, 2020

Mrs. Hall's 2nd Grade Class

Ms. Wise's 2nd Grade Class

2nd Grade Learning Resources

Monday, April 20th

Reading Comprehension- The Block Party

Skill- Compare & Contrast- Wriggly Flies & Billy the Parrot

Phonics /ou/ ui, ue, oo, ew- match words & pictures

Math- 2-Digit addition with regrouping


Tuesday, April 21st

Reading Comprehension- The Block Party

Skill- Compare & Contrast "Goats & Sheep"

Phonics- Word Sort

Math- 2-digit addition with regrouping


Wednesday, April 22nd

Reading Comprehension- The Block Party

Skill Compare & Contrast- "Sisters"

Math- 2-Digit addition with regrouping


Thursday, April 23rd

Reading Comprehension- The Block Party

Skill Compare & Contrast- "Dogs"

Phonics- Popcorn Phonics

Math- 2-Digit Addition with regrouping

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

Read chapters 10-15 in Charlotte's Web.


Assignments related to Charlotte's Web will be given through Seesaw.


IXL

CC. 1-3 Multiple Meaning Words

D.5 Problem/Solution

Mrs. Oglesby's 4th Grade Language Arts

Mrs. O’s Fourth Grade L.A.distance learning plans for the week are listed below.


Mrs. O’s Lesson Plans for Mon. April 13th, Wed. April 15th, Mon. April 20, & Wed. April

22nd

Monday, April 13 Capitalization/ Proper & Common Nouns

Click on the following videos. After you watch the videos, make two

columns. One column for common nouns & one for proper nouns. Write

down 12 common nouns & 12 proper nouns. Remember to capitalize all

proper nouns

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGz1acC3Wew

Extra practice: IXL Capitalization TT. Lesson 1. Capitalizing the names of

people & pets & titles of respect. Lesson 2. Capitalizing days, months, &

holidays.

Wednesday, April 15 Writing a Friendly Letter

Click on the following video. Write a friendly letter to someone. Remember

to include the five parts of a letter.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXsUZj1hT2s

Extra practice: IXL VV. Formatting Lesson 1. Greetings & closings of

letters. Lesson 2 Formatting street addresses.

Monday, April 20 Abbreviations

Watch the following videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HIFhXGT5QY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txukKD80tAU&t=1s

In your best cursive handwriting do the following:

Write five abbreviated months. Ex. Aug.

Write five abbreviated titles. Ex. Mrs.

Write five abbreviated days of the week. Ex. Sun.

Write five abbreviated states. Ex. OK

Extra practice: IXL UU. Abbreviations Lesson 1. Abbreviate days of the

week. Lesson 2. Abbreviate months of the year. Lesson 3. Abbreviate

people’s titles.

Wednesday, April 22nd Relax, Listen, & Describe

Get a blanket & go outside. Lay on your back, close your eyes, & listen to

the sounds of nature. Then, sit up & look all around you. Write at least five

sentences describing what you can hear & see.

Please take a pic of completed work at the end of the week and send it to

me on either Remind, email, or Facebook messenger.

Hope you’re enjoying your time at home! Stay safe!

Love,

Mrs. O.

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

Add me on Remind text the number 81010 and message @8eacc3

Email: jasoncagle@howeschools.org


Math April 21st

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 3 cards

Create a decimal using 3 cards

Use a penny for the decimal point

Read and write the number name for each decimal

Example: 3.46 three and forty-six hundredths or 45.3 forty-five and three teths

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

Science April 21st

In this exercise, your child will learn how to test the strength of different shapes. By making

their own shapes and then balancing books on top of them, they can observe how strong

each shape is.

GATHER THIS:

● Paper

● Tape

● Books for weight

THEN DO THIS:

1. Brainstorm some different shapes.

2. Fold several pieces of paper in half length-wise.

3. Roll, fold, bend, each sheet of paper into different shapes.

4. Stack one book at a time on top of each shape.

5. Try as many different shapes as you can make!

ASK THIS:

● Which shape holds the most books?

● How does the paper thickness influence the performance?

● How does the number of sides of the shape effect the performance?

● Does it matter how you tape the paper together?

WHAT IS HAPPENING?

Some shapes are stronger than others in different applications. Spheres are really strong

shapes when under pressure on all sides by a gas or liquid. When a force is applied at the

tip, a triangle is a strong shape as it disperses the load across the bottom edge.

Engineers utilize shapes like triangles to support a tremendous amount of weight in

structures such as buildings and bridges. There is also evidence of strong shapes in

nature. The cylindrical shape of some of our load-bearing bones and the shape of tree

trunks are examples.

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 IXL Science

Math April 23rd

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 3 cards

Make a 3 digit number

Round to the nearest hundreds place

Then draw another card and multiply

Example: 456= 500

Then Draw 1 card= 2

500X2= 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 April 23rd

321 State Challenge

3= Name 3 States North of North Carolina and some thing that happened in history in that state

2= Name 2 States to the West of North Carolina and name a landform

1= Name 1 State to South of North Carolina and a joke about that state

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 IXL Social Studies

Mrs. Casey's 4th Grade Resources Week Two

WEEK 3 READING:

SKILL: FACT AND OPINION

MONDAY: Go outside and find a wild animal (not a pet) or an insect. Research and read as much information as you can about this animal or insect.

WEDNESDAY: On a clean piece of paper, write the 5 most interesting facts you found about this animal or insect of your choice. Write one opinion that you have about this insect or animal. Take a picture of this paper and send it to me on Remind. Remember to include your name and the name of the animal or insect you have chosen. Also, make sure you number 1-5 the facts you have found about this animal or insect and number 6 is your opinion sentence.

Mrs. Nobles' 5th Grade Resources

Mrs. Stacy's 5th Grade Resources

Thursday and Friday- Pick one activity for each day from week one or two on the Math Story Board. Record your answers on a piece of paper and show your work for each answer. Take a picture and email or text it to me at 918-649-4484 or cherylstacy@howeschools.org.


April 23 Lesson Plan for Mrs. Stacy

Watch the video on youtube on Layers of the Atmosphere/ What is Atmosphere/ Video for Kids.

After watching, draw and label the layers of the atmosphere and what can be found in each

layer. Then make a circle graph showing the gases found in the layer that we live in.. You can

search Google and find the information. Remember that a circle graph must equal 100% when

added together.

April 24 Lesson Plan

Use the Math Board and choose a Lesson from Week 3. Send me a pic of your work to

918-649-4484 or cherylstacy@howeschool.org .

We were working on memorizing the Preamble when we left for spring break. A few had already

said it to me, but most need to learn it. You can go to youtube Schoolhouse Rock and listen to it

and then recite or sing it to someone in your home.

We are also going to learn the words to the Star Spangled Banner. They can do a google

search and find the words, or listen to them on Youtube.


Websites

http://teacher.scholastic.com

ixl.com

studyisland.com

google classroom

Mrs. Hyde's Resources