• Monday, May 4th

    Literacy: Today, we have to go back a bit and review our work for our story “Butterfly is Patient”. Using this chart - Butterfly Characteristics Chart. After reviewing the characteristics choose two that you would like to write about. Tomorrow and Wednesday will be your days to write a paragraph that includes an opening sentence, reasoning for why butterflies are called the two characteristics you have chosen, and an ending. This will be your performance task grade to help better your original scores and improve your writing. We will be back to Mr. Popper’s Penguins on Thursday!  (Book: Butterfly is Patient)

    Math: Today, we draw a line plot to represent measurement data and relate the measurement scale to the number line. Watch Lesson 24 and complete Lesson 24 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 24. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Social Studies: Log into your Pearson Account and complete Lesson Check: How Can We Make A Difference? 


    Tuesday, May 5th 

    Literacy: Today is a work day! Let’s get our introduction sentence and one characteristic written!  Your opening sentence should explain what your butterflies characteristics are. Then choose one to begin writing about and provide reasons from the text on why that characteristic is important to the butterfly.  (Book: Butterfly is Patient)

    Math: Today, we draw a line plot to represent a given set of data and answer questions and draw conclusions based on measurement data. Watch Lesson 25 and complete Lesson 25 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 25. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Science: Today’s the day! Check back on those items you placed in the freezer and write in Class Dojo Portfolios to share what happened to the liquid when it was cooled. 


    Wednesday, May 6th 

    Literacy: Today is work day #2! Let’s get our last characteristic and a closing sentence written!  Your closing sentence should end your work and restate the question asked originally. When your work is complete snap a picture and send it on Class Dojo! (Book: Butterfly is Patient)

    Math: Today, we continue to draw line plots to represent a given set of data and answer questions and draw conclusions based on measurement data.Watch Lesson 26 and complete Lesson 26 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 26. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Social Studies: Log into your Pearson Account and complete Lesson Review: How Can We Make A Difference? 


    Thursday, May 7th

    Literacy: Today we are back to Mr. Popper’s Penguins!!! Review Chapter 5’s reading. What causes so much confusion about the penguin in Chapter 5? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Answers should be submitted through Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging.Try and complete some iRead today, too!  

    Math: Today you will complete our End of Module 7 Assessment

    Science: Log into your Foss Web Account (username: werbler password: science2) Click on Media Library - PDF based eBook and read pages 62-67. Take a picture of the last page you read and send it to me on Class Dojo! This will count as your credit for the work. 


    Friday, May 8th 

    Literacy: Listen to the reading of Mr. Popper’s Penguins - Chapter 6 on my YouTube Channel. What causes more confusion about the penguin in Chapter 6? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Write your response in Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging! Try and complete some iRead today, too! 

    Math: Today we begin Module 8! We will be working with shapes and today we will describe two dimensional shapes based on attributes! Watch Lesson 1 and complete Lesson 1 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 1. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Social Studies: Log into your Pearson Account and complete Lesson QUIZ: How Can We Make A Difference?