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October 31, 2016
by AM
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Homework due on November 4

Homework due Friday, November 4

Monday: Look, cover, say, write and check these words:

  1. timeline  2. expedition  3. North America 4. South America 5. Australia

Then write the word in an interesting sentence.

Tuesday: Watch the “Spinning Tube Trick” video on the blog and write your best answer in the comments section.

Wednesday: In one paragraph, write your predictions for tomorrow’s field trip: What will be easy? What will be challenging? What are you excited about?

Thursday: Log in to Khan Academy and complete math assignments from the recommendations section. Sign in with your tokyois.com email.

-remember to read for at least 15 minutes every day

-please spend only 25 minutes on written homework and complete what you can!

October 25, 2016
by AM
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What if the earth stopped turning?

Hey Grade Fours, we hope you are enjoying your vacation this week. Are you bored yet? Do you have ten minutes to spare? Well, you have come to the right place. Check out this video called “What if the earth stopped spinning?” It’s good. You will love it.

As always, leave your comments in the comments section.

October 17, 2016
by AM
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Homework due on October 21

Monday: Look, cover, say, write and check these words:

  1. autobiography   2. transportation   3. consequences  4. rewards  5. chronology

Then write each word in an interesting sentence with more than eight words.

Tuesday: 

Write your best answer to this question:

Angel, Dexter, and Jarvis each took a different route walking home from the school. They made a map to show their routes.

Angel’s route:

  • Take the horizontal line on Main Street to the first intersection at Elm, Main, and Smith Streets.

  • Take Elm Street, which forms the side of an acute angle with Main Street.

  • Continue to the second of 2 parallel lines that intersect Elm Street.

  • Turn right.

  • Go to the first house.

  • What is its number?

Dexter’s route:

  • Follow the vertical line, Adams Street, to the first street that is perpendicular to Adams Street. Turn left onto Oak Street.

  • Continue on Oak Street to Chapel Street, which forms an obtuse angle with Oak.

  • Take a right onto Chapel Street.

  • Continue to the third house.

  • What is its number?

Jarvis’ route:

  • Take the horizontal line on Main Street past Smith Street to the street that makes a right angle with Main Street. Turn right onto Washington Street.

  • Take Washington Street to the streets that meet at the vertex of three other streets. Take the street that forms a right angle with Washington Street.

  • Go to the third house.

  • What is its number?

What is the number of the house where each person arrives?

Wednesday: Answer this question in at least one paragraph (at least 5-7 sentences): Would you rather explore space or underwater? Why?

Thursday: Log in to Khan Academy and complete math assignments from the recommendations section. Sign in with your tokyois.com email.

 

-remember to read for at least 15 minutes every day

-please spend only 25 minutes on written homework and complete what you can!

October 11, 2016
by AM
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Homework due on October 14

Tuesday: Look, cover, say, write, and check each of these words. Then make a picture or symbol to help you remember the word.

  1. explorer  2. history   3. journey   4. voyage  5. biography

Wednesday: Write your best answer to this question:

How many 9’s are there between 1 and 100? (how many times does the number 9 appear) How did you figure out the answer?

Thursday: Log in to Khan Academy and complete math assignments from the recommendations section. Sign in with your tokyois.com email.

 

-remember to read for at least 15 minutes every day

-please spend only 25 minutes on written homework and complete what you can!