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Bradley Room 3 and 4

April 30

APRIL IS ALMOST GONE, AND SUMMER IS COMING SOON.

BRADLEY DAILY WORK FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2020

 

READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING WORK.

 

IF YOU ARE A PANTHER, SEND YOUR WORK IN YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO panthers@flps.com

IF YOU ARE A TIGER, SEND YOUR WORK IN YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO tigers@flps.com

IF YOU ARE A BOBCAT, SEND YOUR WORK IN YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO bobcats@flps.com

IF YOU ARE A LION, SEND YOUR WORK IN YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO lions@flps.com

 

ALWAYS WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

ALL HANDWRITTEN AND TYPED WORK MUST HAVE A COMPLETE FLP HEADING INCLUDING YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME.

ALL PROJECTS AND WORKSHEETS MUST HAVE YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME AND THE DATE.

BE SURE TO SHOW ALL WORK FOR MATH PROBLEMS AND/OR SHOW THE WORK AS IT APPEARS IN THE BOOK, SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SOLVING.

 

READING

PANTHERS AND TIGERS

TODAY, YOU WILL TAKE THE COMPREHENSION TEST FOR YOUR CURRENT STORY SELECTION, IN THE DAYS OF KING ADOBE.  BE SURE TO WRITE #’S 19 AND 20 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES,  AFTER YOU TAKE THE TEST, REVIEW YOUR SPELLING WORDS FOR THIS WEEK AND ASK AN ADULT OR OLDER SIBLING TO DICTATE THEM TO YOU.  TAKE 5 POINTS OFF FOR EACH WORD MISSPELLED.  TAKE A PICTURE OF THE TEST AND SEND THE RESULTS TO US.

CLICK ON THE RED LINK TO ACCESS THE COMPREHENSION TEST.

 

Reading Tigers-Panthers Bradley 4-30

 

MATH

BE SURE TO SHOW ALL WORK FOR MATH PROBLEMS AND/OR SHOW THE PROBLEM AS IT APPEARS IN THE BOOK, SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SOLVING.

 

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ AND REVIEW PAGE 50, SUBTRACT ACROSS ZEROS.  THEN, SOLVE THE QUICK REVIEW AT THE TOP OF PAGE 50, #’S 1 TO 5.  NEXT, FIND THE DIFFERENCE ON PAGE 51, #’S 2 TO 5.  FINALLY, PRACTICE AND PROBLEM SOLVING ON PAGE 51, #’S 6 TO 13.

 

TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 82, EXTRA PRACTICE, SET A,  #’S  1, 2, 3, 4, AND 5;  SET B,  #’S 1, 2, 3, AND 4;  AND SET C,   #’S 1, 2, AND 3.

 

BOBCATS AND LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 82, EXTRA PRACTICE,  SET A , #’S  3, 4, AND 5:  SET B, #’S  1 AND 2;  SET C,  #’S 1  THROUGH  9;  SET D,  #’S 1 THROUGH 4.

 

SCIENCE

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, REREAD AND REVIEW PAGES A 18 AND A 19.  THEN, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1)  HOW ARE FERNS AND TREES ALIKE?  2)  HOW ARE FERNS AND TREES DIFFERENT?  3)  WHICH DO YOU THINK WOULD SURVIVE LONGER WITHOUT RAIN?  WHY?    WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.  FOR EXTRA CREDIT:  (WITH PARENTAL PERMISSION)  WHEN YOU ARE OUTSIDE, GATHER A TREE LEAF AND/OR SMALL BRANCH  AND  A FERN.  MAKE A DISPLAY TO SHOW THEIR DIFFERENCES AND TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT.  BE SURE YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME AND THE DATE ARE ALSO DISPLAYED.  BE CREATIVE.  WHAT KIND OF BACKGROUND WILL YOUR PICTURE HAVE?  BE SURE THAT YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING CLEARLY.

 

TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, REREAD AND REVIEW PAGES A 52 AND A 55.  WRITE THE QUESTIONS AND THE ANSWERS FOR PAGE A 55, #’S 1 THROUGH 5.  BE SURE TO USE COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

BOBCATS AND LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, YOU SHOULD HAVE ALREADY READ AND REVIEWED PAGES A 68 THROUGH A 75.  ON PAGE A 76, COMPLETE VOCABULARY #’S 1 THROUGH 10.  WRITE EACH QUESTION AND ANSWER.

 

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