Homework Sheet

Homework Sheet

 

Name:       __________________________________________

Week of:   September 17-21, 2018      

Teacher:  Mrs. M. Thomson

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Math

 

Pages

8-2

Pages

8-3

Pages

8-5

Pages

8-6

TEST

Reading

 

Read story of the week.

Read story of the week.

Read story of the week.

Read story of the week.

TEST

Science

 

Study science vocabulary.

 

Study science vocabulary.

 

Study science vocabulary.

 

Study science vocabulary.

 

 

TEST

Story of the week:  Flip p. 84

Spelling:              Science Words:                    

1.  if                       1.  senses

2.  big                    2.  compare

3.  dig                    3.  inquiry skills

4.  pig                    4.  hypothesis

5.  did                    5.  predict

6.  him                   6.  investigation

7.  clip                   7.  Science tools

8.  flip                    8.  communicate

9.  slip                   9.     observe

10.  win               10.   infer

11.  come            11.   classify

12.  good             12.   thermometer

       

Study the spelling words daily.  Below is a website that you can go to help your child learn their spelling words in a fun way.  We are on Lesson 4.

http://www.spellingcity.com/mthomson1/

Spelling test on Friday.

 

 

Inquiry Skills

 

senses: The way you observe and learn (sight, hear, smell, taste and touch).

 

compare:  estimate, measure, or note the similarity or difference between.

 

inquiry skillsHelp you find out information and learn about your world

 

hypothesis: Theory, guess or idea that can then be tested through an experiment.

 

predict:  to tell about something in advance of its occurrence by means of special knowledge or inference.

 

investigation: A test done by a scientist

 

science tools:  Tools that help collect, record, and compare information.

 

communication: The process of using words, signs, or behavior to share information about ideas, thoughts and feelings to someone else

 

observe:  To gather information by noting facts and occurrences.

 

infer: To use what we read and know to learn more than what we have been told

 

classify: To divide objects into groups so that things with characteristics that are alike are in the same group.