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Please send in a package of colored pencils to help with labeling fractions on a number line. Thank you!

Please practice multiplication facts every day.

Religion:  Chapter 26 Objectives
Present Jesus' teachings that the Kingdom of God will grow
Teach that Jesus' miracles helped people believe that he was the Son of God
Explain how the Kingdom of God grows

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: ‚Äč 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 6-Objectives
Generate and organize data
Rotate tape diagrams vertically
Create scaled bar graphs
Solve one and two step problems involving graphs
Create a ruler with 1 inch, 1/2 inch, and 1/4 inch intervals and generate measurement data
Interpret measurement data from various line plots
Represent measurement data with line plots
Analyze data to problem solve

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