posted Sep 21, 2016, 12:10 PM by Robert Crutchfield   [ updated May 17, 2018, 12:35 PM ]


for the week of

May 7, 2018

AFTER you have organized everything you will need to do your homework, set a timer for 30 minutes and then begin.

1. Math:            Multiplication and Division

In this unit students will deepen and apply their understanding of multiplication, division, measurement, and attributes of shapes.

2. Language Arts: Verb form be

  • Forms of the verb be link the subject of the sentence to one or more of the words in the predicate. (We are reading.)

  • Forms of be tell what or where someone or something is or was. (They were nice.)

  • The subject of the sentence and the form of be must agree.


3. Reading            Informational texts

Identifying the main idea and supporting details helps increase the reader’s understanding of a text.

4. Social Studies Our National Capital

The three branches of government, the main responsibilities of each branch, the benefits of having three branches of government, and the history of Washington, D. C. as our national capital are some of the concepts the class will investigate.

5. Science Weather

Students will understand that weather is the combination of sunlight, wind, snow, or rain, and temperature in a particular region and time

Virtue:       The virtue for the month is wonder. Wonder is the first step on the path to knowledge.

*** Read: You may read by yourself, or you can have a person read to you.

Try and read for at least 20 minutes a day in addition to your homework.

Reading should be a planned part of the daily routine.

Please return the homework packet Friday.

Parent/Guardian Signature ___________________________________


Hood Museum

Thanks to Coby’s mom and Addison’s mom for chaperoning our last visit to the Hood.

On the Horizon…

A couple of upcoming dates to be aware of include the Curriculum Fair on

May 31st, from 6:00-7:00, and state testing, May 22nd, 23rd, and 30.