Ms. Hall's ELearning! Week of 3/18-3/20

 
Welcome to Ms. Hall's ELearning Page! 
 
Week of 3/18-3/20
Agenda: 
 
Wednesday, March 18th: 
 
  • ELA: 
    3rd Grade: 
    1. Click on the link below labeled '3rd grade ELA 3/18' to access text and comprehension questions 
    2. read text 
    3. answer questions 

    4th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled '4th grade ELA 3/18' to access text, vocabulary, and comprehension questions
    2. read text
    3. answer questions 


    5th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled '5th grade ELA 3/18' to access text, vocabulary, and comprehension questions
    2. read text
    3. answer questions 
 
  • MATH:
    2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade: 
    1. click on link below labeled 'Green Book 3/18'
    2. print or copy problems on separate sheet and complete the practice worksheet 

    5th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled 'Purple Book 3/18' 
    2. print or copy problems on separate sheet and complete the practice worksheet 

 
 
Thursday, March 19th: 
  • ELA:

    3rd Grade:
    1. click link below labeled '3rd Grade ELA 3/19'
    2. read text
    3. answer comprehension questions 

    4th Grade: 
    1. click link below labeled '4th Grade ELA 3/19'
    2. read text
    3. answer comprehension questions 

    5th Grade: 
    1. click link below labeled '5th Grade ELA 3/19'
    2. read text
    3. answer comprehension questions 


  • MATH:

    2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled 'Green Book 3/19' 
    2. print or copy problems from worksheet
    3. check work and make corrections 
    **I have also attached a 100's chart document to use as a tool if needed! 

    5th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled 'Purple Book 3/19'
    2. print or copy the problems from the worksheet
    3. check work and make corrections 
 
 
Friday, March 20th: 
 
  • ELA: 
    3rd Grade:
    1. WRITING: type or write about which text you liked the best from Wednesday and Thursday. 
    *Be sure to use complete sentences and answer the following guiding questions: 
    -Which text did you like the best?
    -Why did you like that text the best? 
    -What did you learn from that text? 
    -What is something you already knew from that text? 
    -How can you connect to that text? 

    4th Grade:
  • 1. WRITING: type or write about which text you liked the best from Wednesday and Thursday. 
    *Be sure to use complete sentences and answer the following guiding questions: 
    -Which text did you like the best?
    -Why did you like that text the best? 
    -What did you learn from that text? 
    -What is something you already knew from that text? 
    -How can you connect to that text? 


  • 5th Grade: 
    WRITING: 
    1. Choose one of the texts from either Wednesday or Thursday, whichever was your favorite!
    2. re-read that text 
    3. type or write on a separate sheet of paper the MAIN IDEA of that text (using complete sentences!) 
    4. Answer the following questions in complete sentences:
    -Why was this text your favorite? 
    -What are 3 things you learned from this text? 
    -What are 2 things you already knew from this text? 
    -What is 1 connection you can make to this text? 

 
  • MATH: 

    2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled 'Green Book Word problems'
    2. choose 10 of the word problems provided in the packet, and solve on a separate sheet of paper 
    3. draw a picture that goes along with each word problem 

    5th Grade: 
    1. click on the link below labeled 'Purple Book review 3/20' 
    2. complete the practice problems on a separate sheet of peper
    *Don't forget to use your number family arrows for the word problems! 
    *Look for key words!
    **For part 2, write the equation rounded to the nearest hundreds place, and then rounded to the nearest tens place
    **For part 3, write the mixed number that each letter is at on the number line