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Bradley Room 3 and 4

May 27

THE DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK IS NOT A GOOD EXCUSE, WHEN ALL ASSIGNMENTS ARE TURNED IN BY EMAIL.

 

BRADLEY DAILY WORK FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2020

 

READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING THE ASSIGNMENT.

 

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

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 COMPLETE 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:  TOMORROW, YOU WILL TAKE THE READING COMPREHENSION TEST ON YOUR STORY SELECTION FOR THE WEEK, A VERY IMPORTANT DAY, IN YOUR TEXTBOOK ON PAGES 524 TO 538.  FOR TODAY,  REVIEW, AND REREAD IF NECESSARY, THE STORY AND REVIEW AND STUDY THE VOCABULARY WORDS ON PAGE 522, PETITIONERS TO RESOUNDEDTHEN, PUT EACH OF THE VOCABULARY WORDS IN A GOOD SENTENCE THAT SHOWS THAT YOU KNOW THE MEANING OF THE WORD.  THEY WERE PETITIONERS IS NOT A GOOD SENTENCE BECAUSE YOU CANNOT TELL THE MEANING OF THE WORD, PETITIONERS, FROM THE CONTEXT OF THE SENTENCE.

SPELLING:  TOMORROW, YOU WILL ALSO TAKE YOUR WEEKLY SPELLING TEST.  TODAY, STUDY YOUR SPELLING WORDS, TABLE TO JINGLE, FOR THE TEST.  THEN, PUT YOUR SPELLING WORDS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER (ABC ORDER).   THE WORDS ARE:  TABLE,  FINAL,  HANDLE, PERSONAL,  ANIMAL,  USUAL,  JUNGLE,  ACTUAL,  EXAMPLE,   BOTTLE,  POSSIBLE,  SINGLE,  SEVERAL,  NATIONAL,  HOSPITAL,  TROUBLE, CANDLE,  DIAL,  EQUAL, AND  JINGLE.

 

MATH

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ AND REVIEW PAGES 76 AND 77.  THEN, ON PAGE 78, SOLVE PROBLEMS #’S 12 TO 19,  BALANCING MONEY EQUATIONS, PRACTICE AND PROBLEM SOLVING.  FOR EXAMPLE,  2 QUARTERS + 3 DIMES + 5 PENNIES  =  8 DIMES + 1 NICKEL   BECAUSE   .85  = .85

 

TIGERS, BOBCATS, AND LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ AND REVIEW, ON PAGE 152, MULTIPLY BY 2- DIGIT NUMBERS.  THEN, ON PAGE 153, SOLVE PROBLEMS #’S 2 TO 17.  SHOW ALL WORK.

 

LIONS ONLY

IN THE TEXTBOOK, IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, ON PAGE 153, MULTIPLY BY 2-DIGIT NUMBERS,  SOLVE PROBLEMS #’S 18 TO 20.  SHOW ALL WORK.

 

SCIENCE

PANTHERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, REREAD PAGES A 48 TO A 53.  THEN,  ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

1) WHERE DO ATLANTIC GREEN TURTLES GO TO LAY THEIR EGGS?

2) WHERE AND WHY DO GRAY WHALES MIGRATE?

3) HOW ARE A HIBERNATING ANIMAL’S NEEDS DIFFERENT FROM IT NORMAL NEEDS?

4) WHAT BEHAVIORS DOES A CHIMPANZEE LEARN?

5) NAME SOME ANIMALS THAT MIGRATE.

 

TIGERS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, READ PAGES A 96 TO A 101.  THEN, COMPLETE, REVIEWON PAGE 107, #’S 1-5.  ALWAYS WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

LIONS

IN THE TEXTBOOK, REREAD PAGES B 36 TO B 45.  THEN,  DO THINK AND WRITE QUESTIONS #’S 1 – 5. ALWAYS WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

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