*No School on Ascension Thursday- May 25th*

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Please send in a package of colored pencils to help with labeling fractions on a number line. Thank you!
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**Please practice multiplication facts every day.**

Math End of Module Test- Wed., May 24th

Religion Chapter 22 Test- Fri., May 26th

(open book)

Math End of Module Test- Wed., May 24th

Religion Chapter 22 Test- Fri., May 26th

(open book)

**Religion:**Chapter 22 Objectives

To learn that Jesus brings God's life and love to all people

To learn that the Apostles shared the Good News of Jesus

To learn ways in which the Church works for justice and peace

To learn that we can live out the Good News of Jesus every day

**Social Studies-**Chapter 8 Objectives

Identify the cultures that settled North America

Identify the regions of North America

Recognize that cultures change when families move and bring different customs and traditions with them

Understand that culture can be communicated through stories, art, and music

Explain the cultural values and significance of characters portrayed through the arts

Compare and contrast the arts around the world

Identify and compare celebrations around the world

Identify specific people associated with holidays and cultural celebrations

Understand that celebrations represent cultural values

Describe how many different cultures have contributed to and shaped communities in the regions of the United States

Use a circle graph to identify the diverse ethnic population distribution in the United States

Follow steps to narrow topics, determine sources, and locate information

Distinguish between print sources, technology sources, and community sources

Identify visuals that convey information

**Science:** Chapter 3 Objectives

Students will classify plants into major groups, such as flowering and nonflowering, based on physical characteristics

Students will develop models that describe how leaves help plants live, grow, and process food

Students will use models that describe how roots and stems take in, transport, or store water and nutrients that the plant need to grow

Students will communicate how plants reproduce using seeds and cones

Students will develop and use models to describe how plants change during their life cycles

**ELA:**Module 2B-Objectives

In this module, students will use literacy skills to build expertise-using reading, writing, listening, speaking, and collaborative skills to build and share deep knowledge about a topic. Specifically, students will seek evidence of culture, which can be thought of as the story of a group of people constructed through the generations; it can be evidenced through ancient and modern-day customs and traditions. Students will read

*Dragon of the Red Dawn*, a book set in ancient Japan.

**Math:**Module 5-Objectives

Lesson 1: Specify & partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions using concrete models

Lesson 2:Specify & partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions by folding fraction strips

Lesson 3: Specify and partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions by drawing pictorial area models

Lesson 4: Represent and identify fractional parts of different wholes

Lesson 5: Partition a whole into equal parts and define the equal parts to identify the unit fraction numerically

Lesson 6: Build non-unit fractions less than one whole from unit fractions

Lesson 7: Identify and represent shaded and non-shaded parts of one whole as fractions

Lesson 8: Represent parts of one whole as fractions with number bonds

Lesson 9: Build and write fractions greater than one whole using unit fractions

Lesson 10: Compare unit fractions by reasoning about their size using fraction strips

Lesson 11:Compare unit fractions with different-sized models representing the whole

Lesson 12: Specify the corresponding whole when presented with one equal part

Lesson 13: Identify a shaded fractional part in different ways depending on the designation of the whole

Lesson 14: Place fractions on a number line with endpoints 0 and 1

Lesson 15: Place any fraction on a number line with endpoints 0 and 1

Lesson 16: Place whole number fractions and fractions between whole numbers on the number line

Lesson 17: Practice placing various fractions on the number line

Lesson 18: Compare fractions and whole numbers on the number line by reasoning about their distance from 0

Lesson19: Understand distance and position on the number line as strategies for comparing fractions

Lesson 20:Recognize and show that equivalent fractions have the same size, though not necessarily the same shape

Lesson 21:Recognize and show that equivalent fractions refer to the same point on the number line

Lesson 22-23- Generate simple equivalent fractions by using visual fractional models and the number line

Lesson 24:Express whole numbers as fractions and recognize equivalence with different units

Lesson 25: Express whole number fractions on the number line when the unit interval is 1

Lesson 26: Decompose whole number fractions greater than 1 using whole number equivalence with various models

Lesson 27: Explain equivalence by manipulating units and reasoning about their size

Lesson 28: Compare fractions with the same numerator pictorially

Lesson 29: Compare fractions with the same numerator, and use a model to reason about their size

Lesson 30: Partition various wholes precisely into equal partrs using a number line method

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Phonics: **Unit 4-Objectives

Contractions

Plurals

Suffixes

**Grammar:** Unit 6-Objectives

Writing sentences correctly- capitalization, punctuation, spelling

Capitalizing Proper Nouns

Abbreviations

Book Titles

Commas in a Series

Parts of a Letter

Quotations

Spelling Rules

Words often Misspelled

Words often Confused

**Schedule:**

Monday- Music

Tuesday- Art

Wednesday- Gym

Thursday- Gym

Friday- Library