Mrs. Lyons' Class Week 15

Math, Science, Social Studies

November 30th - December 4th

December is my favorite month and I am so excited about sharing this time with your child. We will be learning new things, going on field trips, and making all sorts of holiday crafts. The excitement of a blessed child in December can be a such a joy. We know that many are without basic needs and Christmastime is a great time to help others. Grace should have information out soon about a upcoming service project to collect socks for the homeless right here in Northeast Louisiana. Please consider purchasing a pack of adult tube socks and send to school with your child. Each child who brings in a bag of new socks will get to pick something from the treasure basket in my room. Socks will be placed under our classroom Christmas tree until collected school wide.

Homework Packet

Due on or before Friday, December 4th

Packet includes:

  • Math 9.1 - 9.4
  • Science: What Earth Looks Like Lesson Outline
  • Social Studies: Being A Good Citizen (Read and discuss)

Review Excel lesson of the day and 5 minutes each night on Rainbow Facts

Math Focus This Week:

Ch. 9: Fractions and Probability

Equal Parts, Halves, Fourths, Fractions of a Set, Probability, Problem Solving

Please use the link below to review / play games if your child needs extra help for these topics.


This week we will start our unit on Earth Science in our textbook.

Each lesson will end with a simple assessment with a chapter test at the end of lesson 3.

Lesson 1: What Earth Looks Like (Assessment Thursday 12/3)

Lesson 2: Rocks and Soil (Assessment date to be determined)

Lesson 3: Changing the Land (Assessment date to be determined)

Vocabulary: river, lake, ocean, mountain, valley, plain, continent, mineral, soil, weathering, erosion.

Use link below if you would like to review for assessments for lessons 1, 2, and 3.

This week's homework can be used as a study guide for this week's assessment.

Social Studies Focus This Week:

We will learn about Freedom and what it means to be a good citizen with the use of our Social Studies textbook.

We will read about the

  • Declaration of Independence, 1776
  • Constitution of the United States of America, 1789
  • Bill of Rights, 1791
  • The Pledge of Allegiance
  • The National Anthem
  • Being a Good Citizen
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