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Homework Assignments

  • March/April homework
    We , occasionally, have science homework over the next month, and those procedures will remain as they have. We are trying something different for math homework.

    The students have agreed to complete 20 to 30 minutes of homework each week night by either completing a review sheet (choices available in class), or at least 20 minutes of math activities on Prodigy.  Prodigy has an MCAS review assignment designed to be completed over three or four weeks.  The entire assignment represents approximately two hours, but should be completed over time. Students have a Prodigy log that parents should sign.  The first log is due on Monday, April 10.  Work sheets are due the day after they are completed.  
    Posted Mar 29, 2017, 1:43 PM by Rosalind Forber
  • Homework that was due week of Feb 6
    Weather data table with at least 10 days of recorded data.

    Cloud writing.

    Practice multiplication facts.
    Posted Feb 13, 2017, 8:04 AM by Rosalind Forber
  • Homework for the week of Jan 23
    Weather Data: Continue to record weather data each day.  The sheet is due on Feb. 6.  Most students are using the Weather Bug site to obtain the data.

    Due Tuesday: Group 115, complete volume work sheet.
    Due Wednesday: Group 116 complete volume worksheet. 

    Keep practicing your multiplication facts!
    Posted Jan 23, 2017, 12:01 PM by Rosalind Forber
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The assessment for our animal unit is a designer animal project.  The project will be completed in school, though your child may want to discuss the project at home. The project gives your child the opportunity to use, in depth, the concepts we have been learning about animal adaptations.  It also has a creative aspect. Your child may bring in a shoebox, craft supplies to share, or craft supplies to be used just by your child.  Pipe cleaners, tissue paper, craft feathers and beads would be greatly appreciated.