Homework schedule: Typical 5 day week:
Monday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling, math and vocabulary (definitions)
Tuesday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling, math and vocabulary (Yes, No, Why?)
Wednesday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling and math, study vocabulary
Thursday-reading 20+ minutes, spelling (pretest at home), math and vocabulary (Matrix)
Friday- turn in all homework
Math needs to be brought back to school every day to be corrected.
This week's spelling list: bicycle triangle uniform unicorn tricycle biplane trimester universe unicycle trilogy bifocals triathlon biweekly bimonthly unique unilateral bicentennial biannual triplets bicuspid
Bonus Words: triceratops quadrant quadruped quadruplet triangulate
Super Bonus Words: None this week.
Science Report: Here is the gist (there are greater details in the handout/graphic organizer the students have).
Title page: How Can Landforms Change Quickly?
Paragraph #1: Introductory paragraph
Paragraph #2: Landslides- a) what is a landslide, b) causes, c) effects, d) research on 2 devastating landslides in US history.
Paragraph #3: Earthquakes- a) what is an earthquake, b) where do most earthquakes happen, c) 3 types of faults, d) research on 2 devastating earthquakes in US history.
Paragraph #4: Volcanoes: a) what is a volcano, b) what are the steps for an explosion, c) where do most volcanoes form, d) 3 types of volcanoes, e) research on 2 devastating volcanoes in world history.
Project: One is required.