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Bradley Room 3 and 4

May 21

THERE IS NO POT OF GOLD AT THE END OF YOUR RAINBOW, IF YOU DON’T GET A GOOD EDUCATION.

BRADLEY DAILY WORK FOR THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2020

 

READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING ASSIGNMENTS.

 

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

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

IF YOU ARE A BOBCAT, SEND 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. 

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

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

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

 

 

READING

PANTHERS AND TIGERS

READING:  IN YOUR TEXTBOOK, READ YOUR WEEKLY STORY SELECTION, A VERY IMPORTANT DAY, ON PAGES 524 TO 537.  LOOK FOR:  INFORMATION ABOUT A TOPIC AND CHARACTERS AND EVENTS THAT ARE REALISTIC.

SPELLING : WE ARE WORKING WITH OUR NEW WEEKLY SPELLING WORDS, TABLE TO JINGLE.  FOR THE #’S 1 – 10 BELOW, WRITE A SPELLING WORD TO COMPLETE EACH LIST.  WRITE ALL THREE WORDS.

EXAMPLE:  RING,  TINKLE,  JINGLE

1) JUG,  JAR,  __________________

2) CHAIR,  BED,  _____________________

3) LAST,  ENDING,  ___________________________

4) WOODS,  FOREST,  _______________________________

5) TRIPLE,  DOUBLE,  ______________________________

6) REAL,  TRUE,  ____________________________

7) SOME,  FEW,  ____________________________

8) BUTTON,  KNOB,  ________________________________

9) CREATURE,  BEAST,  _______________________________

10) COMMON,  REGULAR,  _______________________________

 

SPELLING:  WRITE A SPELLING WORD TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE.  REMEMBER:  YOU ARE USING YOUR NEW SPELLING WORDS, TABLE TO JINGLE.

11) THE AMBULANCE DROVE TO THE _________________________________.

12) LIGHT THE ___________________________ON THE CAKE.

13) MIX ____________________________________AMOUNTS OF OIL AND WATER.

14) I TRY TO SET A GOOD ___________________________________.

15) THE _______________________________OF THE PAN IS HOT.

16) IS IT _____________________________THAT IT WILL SNOW TODAY?

17) I DROPPED THE FORK UNDER THE _______________________________________.

18) OUR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS ALSO REFERRED TO AS OUR _______________________________GOVERNMENT.

19) THERE IS A ______________________________OF KETCHUP IN THE REFRIGERATOR.

20) TURN THE ____________________________TO START THE MACHINE.

 

MATH

ALL GROUPS HAVE A PROBLEM WORKSHEET TO COMPLETE TODAY.  THE PANTHERS AND THE TIGERS HAVE A WORKSHEET TOGETHER AND THE BOBCATS AND THE LIONS HAVE ONE TOGETHER.  IF YOU CANNOT PRINT THE WORKSHEET, BE SURE YOU NUMBER AND COPY THE PROBLEM ON A PIECE OF PAPER.  SHOW ALL WORK EITHER ON THE WORKSHEET OR ON A SEPARATE PIECE OF PAPER.

CLICK ON THE RED LINK BELOW YOUR GROUP TO ACCESS YOUR WORKSHEET.

PANTHERS AND TIGERS

WORKSHEET OF WORD PROBLEMS

Panthers Tigers Math 5-21 Bradley

 

BOBCATS AND LIONS

WORKSHEET OF WORD PROBLEMS

Bobcats & Lions Math 5-21 Bradley

 

 

SCIENCE

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, REREAD PAGES A 40 TO A 45.  THEN, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING 5 QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

1) COMPARE (HOW ARE THEY THE SAME) THE THREE DIFFERENT KINDS OF BEAKS THE FINCHES HAD.

2) WHAT OBSERVATIONS WERE MADE ABOUT THE FINCHES ON THE GALA’PAGOS ISLANDS?

3) WHY WOULD THE PUFFED-UP FISH SCARE AWAY PREDATORS?

4) WHY WOULD CLEAR HAIR MAKE IT EASIER FOR THE LIGHT TO REACH THE POLAR BEARS’ SKIN?

5) WHAT DO THE HEDGEHOG AND THE PORCUPINE FISH HAVE IN COMMON?

 

TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, USE PAGE 83 AS A REFERENCE, TO DRAW, COLOR, AND LABEL ONE FOOD FOR EACH OF THE FOOD GROUPS.  CREATE YOUR OWN FOOD PYRAMID.  BE CREATIVE.  ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS WHO HATE TO WRITE BUT LIKE TO COLOR TO SHINE.  YOU MAY USE ANY ARTISTIC MATERIAL YOU HAVE FROM TISSUE PAPER TO CONSTRUCTION PAPER,  FROM CRAYONS TO COLORED CHALK.  LET’S SEE YOUR BEST WORK,  AND, PLEASE, TAKE A GOOD PICTURE.

 

BOBCATS AND LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, ON PAGES B 36 – B 40.  COMPLETE READING DIAGRAMS #’S 1 AND 2 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

 

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May 21
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