Howe 2nd - 5th Grade Final Week
Continuous Learning Week of May 4, 2020
Mrs. Smith's 3rd Grade Math - Updated
- This week we will finish Charlotte’s Web. There will be activities over chapters 20-22 posted on Seesaw. Students may work on IXL w.4-10 prefixes and suffixes.
See learning activities below.
Mrs. Davis' 3rd Grade English/Reading (Not UPDATED)
Read chapters 16-20
Activity for ch 16-17
Activity for ch 18-19
IXL FF.1-3 Context Clues
Mrs. Nobles' 5th Grade Resources UPDATED
Mrs. Stacy's 5th Grade Resources (NOT 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 firstname.lastname@example.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?