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Homework for Ms. Slayden & Ms. Kim

Math:

Amazing Mathers:

  • 4th: pg. 439-444. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • 5th: 309-314, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.


Magicians:

  • 4th: pg. 167-172, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • 5th: pgs. 361-366, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.


#MathSquad:

  • 4th: pgs 379-382, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • 5th: pgs. 423-428, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • 6th: pgs. 129-136, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.


Mad Mathers:

  • 5th: pgs. 429-436, Volume 2. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • 6th: Go to grocery store for 30 minutes and watch the people coming in and out of the store. Record if they are male or female, brown hair, blonde hair or other, glasses or no glasses and using a cell phone or not. Make a table ahead of time to help you record this information quickly as you observe. Then take your information and write fractions for each category with the total number of people in the denominator. Also put these categories in order from greatest to smallest: brown haired males on cell phones, blonde females, brown hair with glasses.  Remember to reduce all fractions. Be sure to write them in fraction form and as decimals. Lastly come up with 5 fraction operation problems and 5 decimal operation problems using the data you collected. Solve the 10 problems you create.


Hayden: pgs. 528-531, Volume 2. Tear out pages to turn in.


Anna: pgs. 441-444, Volume 1. Tear out pages to turn in.

  • Create flashcards 0-6 multiplication tables and division. Practice twice a week for each.


Gavin: complete the #MathSquad 4th year homework

Social Studies:

Studies Weekly (www.studiesweekly.com)

You will be required to read/listen to all of the articles and answer the questions that follow the articles. You will also need to view/answer questions located in the Bonus Sources at the right hand top of the page. You do not have to do the Let’s Write section but you need to complete the Think and Review, Take the Test, Crossword and Misspilled.


4th: Ancient America to Reconstruction: Week 18: Plans for New Government


5th: 1865 to Present: Week 15: WWII The United States Enters the War


6th: World History: Week 8: African Kingdoms



Current Events:

Choose a current event from a news source. Read the article and bring it in to share with the class. On an index card, summarize what interested you most about the article.

This will be due Friday.


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