Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Wednesday March 26


Read 20 minutes and record your time.

Social Studies: The Westward Movement Study Guide is due tomorrow.

Practice the Star-Spangled Banner!

Reading:  Newsela Quiz and Edmodo assignment (Children's Fitness)

Check your grades and catch up!

You should work on Reflex until you get to a green light.

Monday, March 24, 2014



Read 30 minutes and record your minutes.


Art:  Color your picture and turn it in next Monday.

Social Studies:  Westward Movement Study Guide pg. 1 (front/back) due tomorrow

Math: Catch up!

Writing Test Part 2 Tomorrow!
1. Eat a good breakfast.
2. Get plenty of rest.
3. Exercise!

Monday, March 17, 2014

Happy St. Patrick's Day!


Read 30 minutes and record your time.


Math: Worksheet 6-5 both sides and 6-6 Remembering 

Reading: Constitution crossword puzzle

Vocabulary: Study the words for the Preamble

Social Studies: Memorize the Preamble!

Map due by Friday 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

March 4


Read 30 minutes and record your time.

Math: Worksheet 6-1

Science/Vocabulary:  Study your words/definitions (posted on the previous post)

Edmodo: Math Lesson 6-2

Science Vocabulary

Science Vocabulary-

attract: to draw together

battery: a device that generates electricity by combining certain chemicals

complete circuit:  a connected pathway through all the parts of circuit

conductor: materials that allow electricity to pass through them easily

current electricity: flow of electricity

incomplete circuit:  a circuit with a gap through which electricity cannot

insulator: materials that do not allow electricity to pass through them

load: an item that uses electricity; for example, a light bulb or fan

pathway:  a course through which electricity can flow

power source: a device that supplies electricity to a circuit such as a batter, a solar cell, or a generator

repel: to push apart

static electricity: the collection of electrical energy (a charge) in one spot

switch:  a device that immediately changes a circuit from complete to incomplete

compass:  an instrument used to determine geographic direction on Earth

electromagnetism:  the magnetism produced when an iron core is magnetized by an electric current passing through a wire that is coiled around an iron core

magnetic field: an area around a magnet where the magnetic force exists

magnetic force: the push or pull of a magnet on another magnetic material

natural magnet: iron ore called magnetite that is naturally magnetized by Earth's magnetic field

permanent magnet: an object that keeps its magnetism after it has been magnetized

properties:  qualities or characteristics

repel:  push apart

temporary magnet:  a magnet that does not keep its magnetism

Monday, March 3, 2014

March 3, 2014

Homework: Read 30 minutes and record your time.

Math: Story Problems and video on Edmodo

Word Study: Spelling crossword puzzle/Word Ladder

Reflex: Green light (This is not a requirement for tonight.)

Writing: For those of you who have been absent. Work on your creative story. Make sure that your assignments for Studysync are completed and submitted. Practice on Utah Write.

Science: Take the vocabulary quiz on Edmodo