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Mrs Pearson/ Mrs. Shoemaker August 25 – 29, 2014 Week 4. *Treats will be greatly appreciated! Thanks to those who have already sent! We appreciate you! Thank you to everyone who sent treats for our Science project! I was so excited! We have wonderful parents!

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Contact information ecue phone 588 7019 fax 588 7046

Mrs Pearson/ Mrs. Shoemaker

August 25 – 29, 2014

Week 4

*Treats will be greatly appreciated! Thanks to those who have already sent! We appreciate you! Thank you to everyone who sent treats for our Science project! I was so excited! We have wonderful parents!

*Next Week we will have a timed multiplication test on 0-2’s. I have attached an example of the test. The students will have 3 minutes to complete the test. Please practice and study.

Study sheets are attached for the Science and Social Studies Test. Please study. Sign for 5 extra points on the test!

August Birthdays!

Contact Information: ECUE Phone: 588-7019 Fax: 588-7046

Website: HTTP://www.jcsd.k12.ms.us/ecue/ecuemain.htm

Mrs. Pearson: [email protected]

Mrs. Shoemaker: [email protected]


Contact information ecue phone 588 7019 fax 588 7046

using worried

getting strangest

easiest freezing

swimming funniest

heavier angrier

greatest shopped

pleased

emptied

leaving

Bonus: If words are written 5 X each and turned in by Wednesday, you will receive 5 bonus points!! Students are given the opportunity to complete these in class. 

Spelling

Types of Sentences 

Kumak’s Fish

Declarative – (statement) ends with a period. Ex: The dog is barking.

Interrogative – (question) ends with a question mark. Ex: What’s for lunch?

Exclamatory – (excitement) !!!

Ex: There’s a snake on the porch!

Imperative - (command) ends with a period.

Ex: You need to clean your room.

gear - equipment needed for a purpose

parka– a jacket with a hood

splendid – magnificent or grand

twitch - to move with a quick jerk

willow – a tree with tough slender branches

yanked – pulled or jerked

Language

Reading

Skills: Sequencing, Base Words, Prefixes/Suffixes, Glossary, Dictionary

Topic3–Addition, Perimeter, &Rounding

  • Lessons 2-5,2-6,2-7, 3-1, 3-3, 3-4, 3-5

  • Fact family – a group of related facts using the same numbers

  • Difference - the answer when subtracting two numbers

  • Equation - a number sentence that uses an equal sign to show that the value to its left is the same as the value to its right

  • Examples: 20+9 = 29 15 = 20 + 5 – 10 18 = 11 + n

  • Round – To round, replace a number with a number that tells about how

  • many

  • Estimate – To find an approximate number, not an exact number

  • 6 Sum- the answer when adding two numbers

  • Inverse – the opposite operation

  • Example: addition is inverse of subtraction

  • multiplication is the inverse of division

  • Commutative (Order) Property of Addition – You can add numbers in any order and the sum will be the same * Example: 7+5=5+7

  • Identitiy(Zero) Property of Addition – The sum of zero and any number is that same number * Example: 7+0=7

  • 10. Associative (Grouping) Property of Addition - You can group addends in any way and the sum will be the same *Example (3+4)+5 = 3+(4+5)

Continents

Plants

Math

Social Studies

Science-Unit A, Ch 1


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