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Bellamy Daily Work Elementary

May 18

Daily Work For Monday, May 18th

If you are a Cheetah email your work to cheetahs@flps.com.

If you are a Leopard email your work to leopards@flps.com.

If you are a Puma email your work to pumas@flps.com.

If you are a Jaguar email your work to jaguars@flps.com.

 

Cheetahs

Spelling

Spelling List

  1. There 2. Those 3. They 4. Then 5. She 6. He 7. Stop 8. Go 9. You 10. Me

Write spelling words 3x’s each

Reading

Parents this week we are going to learn how to create our own story book. Watch this video Making Books: A Kindergarten Minilesson with your child and then answer the questions in complete sentences in your composition book.

  1. what do writers do?
  2. what kinds of books can they make?
  3. Write what kind of book you would write and tell why.

Language Arts

Parents watch this video Real or Make believe with your child. Then, help your child write about a time they made something up or did pretend play in their composition book in complete sentences. Be sure to tell us all the details such as the 5 w’s: who, what, when, where, and why.

Social Studies

Draw and color each picture in your composition book. The, label each picture Long Ago or Today.

Long Ago and Today - Free Kindergarten Social Studies Worksheet

Leopards

Spelling

Spelling List: park, back, farm, quick, king, third, foxes, barn, animals, type

Write spelling words 3x’s each

Reading

Read Foxes in textbook on pgs. 166 – 169. Then write and answer the questions below in complete sentences in your composition book.

  1. Name the 4 different kinds of foxes included in the article.
  2. Where does each fox live?
  3. How are each fox different?
  4. Draw, color, and label the fox that you found most interesting. Write a sentence telling why this fox is interesting to you.

Language Arts

Parents remind your child that plays are a dramatic work (pretend or imaginary) for the stage or to be broadcast. Then read Dinner in the Forest play draft below and have your child write and answer these questions in complete sentences in your composition book.

  1. Who will be the characters in the play?
  2. What kind of letter does the names begin with?
  3. Where will the action take place?
  4. In what month will the play be set?
  5. What are they doing in the forest?

Dinner in the Forest

Characters: Rabbit, Bear, Bird

Setting: In the forest in June

Bear: I would like to have fruit.

Rabbit: I like salad for dinner.

Bird: Bread is my favorite food.

Social Studies

Parents watch this video Just a Kid: UNICEF with your child.  Then, help your child to understand the power of freedom, what it is that drives them (what they are passionate about all individuals being able to have or do), and what they can do to help their cause. After brainstorming, write your thoughts in your composition book in complete sentences.

Pumas

Language Arts

Write each question and answer Predicates in Sentences in textbook on pg. 73 section A numbers 1 – 10 and section B numbers 11 – 20 in complete sentences in your composition book.

Social Studies

Read Lesson 6 Communities are built for Government in textbook on pgs. 121 – 125 then define and write vocabulary words in textbook on pg. 121 and answer Lesson 6 Review questions: Check Understanding numbers 1 and 2 and Think Critically number 3 in complete sentences in your composition book in textbook on pg. 125.

Jaguars

Language Arts

Write each question and answer Commas in a Series in textbook on pg. 65 section A numbers 1 – 10 and section B numbers 11 – 15 in complete sentences in your composition book.

Social Studies

Read Lesson 1 Community Services in textbook on pgs. 104 and 105. Write the highlighted word and do the What Do You Know questions in textbook on pg. 105. write each question and answer in complete sentences in your composition book.

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May 18
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