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Bradley Room 3 and 4

May 6

THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO LEARN THOSE TIMES TABLES.

 

BRADLEY DAILY WORK FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2020

 

READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING WORK.

 

IF YOU ARE A PANTHER, SEND THE 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

 

ALL WORK MUST BE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

BE SURE THAT ALL HANDWRITTEN AND TYPED WORK HAS A FULL FLP HEADING WITH YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME.

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

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

 

READING

PANTHERS AND TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ THIS WEEK’S STORY SELECTION, RED WRITING HOOD, ON PAGES 456 TO 467.  THIS IS A PLAY.  PERHAPS, IT WOULD BE FUN FOR SOME FAMILY MEMBERS TO READ SOME OF THE PARTS WITH YOU.  NEXT, LIST THREE STAGE DIRECTIONS FROM EACH PAGE IN THE PLAY (FOR EXAMPLE, ASIDE, TO AUDIENCE) TO SHOW THAT YOU KNOW STAGE DIRECTIONS. REMEMBER, THEY ARE IN ITALICS, AND THEY TELL THE ACTORS WHAT TO DO.

 

MATH

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 59, REVIEW/TEST, #’S 1-15.  DO NOT DO MENTAL MATH.  SHOW THE WORK.  SHOW THE PROBLEM AS IT IS IN THE BOOK.

 

TIGERS AND BOBCATS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 89, UNIT 1, STUDY GUIDE AND REVIEW, CHAPTER 3, PROBLEMS #’S 23 TO 29.  SHOW ALL WORK.  SHOW THE PROBLEM AS IT IS IN THE BOOK.

 

LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 88, UNIT 1, STUDY GUIDE AND REVIEW, CHAPTERS 1 AND 2, #’S 1 TO 22 AND ON PAGE 89, CHAPTER 3, #’S 23 TO 29.  SHOW ALL WORK.  SHOW THE PROBLEM AS IT IS IN THE BOOK.

 

SCIENCE

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ PAGES A 20 AND A 21.  THEN, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.

ANSWER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

1) HOW DO NONVASCULAR PLANT GET THE WATER THEY NEED?

2) HOW DOES THE WATER TRAVEL THROUGH NONVASCULAR PLANTS?

3) IN WHAT OTHER WAYS ARE NONVASCULAR PLANTS DIFFERENT FROM VASCULAR PLANTS?

 

TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ PAGES A 56 AND A 57.  THEN, ANSWER QUESTIONS #’S 1 AND 2 ON PAGE A 57.  ANSWER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

BOBCATS AND LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, COMPLETE TEST PREP ON PAGE A 76 AND A 77, #’S 11 THROUGH 15.  WRITE EACH QUESTION AND ANSWER.  ALSO, DO CONCEPT AND SKILLS, #’S 16 AND 17.

 

 

 

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May 6
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