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Morning Work Jan. 27th 1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to defend your answers. 3.) Solve/answer the math problems. . Math.
Morning Work Jan. 27th 1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to defend your answers. 3.) Solve/answer the math problems. Math • Paul will pay for his new car in 36 monthly payments. If his car loan is for $19,061, then how much will Paul pay each month? Round your answer to nearest cent. • $529.465 • $529.72 • $529.00 • $529.47 2. 110.85 / 1.5 = a. 732.6 b. 73.9 c. 110 d. 9.32 Poetry Pigeons are city folk Content to live with concrete and cement. They seldom try the sky. A pigeon never sings of hill and flowering hedge, but busily commutes from sidewalk to his ledge. Oh pigeon, what a waste of wings. Science • 1. How will sea breezes most likely affect a seashore during the day? • A. Cool breezes from the sea will blow onto land. • B. Warm breezes from the sea will blow onto land. • C. Cool breezes from the land will blow toward the sea. • D. Warm breezes from the land will blow toward the sea. 2. How does the sun affect the winds on the Earth? A It causes evaporation of water. B It changes the air temperature. C It provides food for green plants. D It warms the magma inside the earth.
Morning Work Jan. 28th 1. COOKING Norberto uses three 14.7 oz cans of chicken broth when he makes his delicious tortilla soup. How many total ounces of chicken broth does he use? Poetry Math Nature is the endless sky, the sun of golden light, A cloud that floats serenely by, the silvery moon of night. Nature is a sandy dune, a tall and stately tree, the waters of a clear lagoon, The billows on the sea. Nature is a gentle rain and winds that howl and blow, a thunderstorm, a hurricane, a silent field of snow. Nature is a tranquil breeze and pebbles on a shore. Nature’s each and all of these and infinitely more. 2. TIME Amanda works on a farm out in the hills. It takes her 2.25 hours to drive to town and back. She usually goes to town twice a week to get supplies. How much time does Amanda spend driving if she takes 8 trips to town each month? Science • 1. Which cloud is associated with a thunderstorm? • Stratus • Nimbostratus • Cumulonimbus • Cumulus • 2. Which cloud is high and wispy? • Stratus • Cirrus • Altostratus • Cumulus
Morning Work Jan. 29th 1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to defend your answers. 3.) Solve/answer the math problems. Math • 1. A student earns $11.75 per hour for gardening. If she worked 21 hours this month, then how much did she earn? • $24.75 • $246.75 • $211.75 • $319.56 Poetry . • 2. • Rick's car gets 29.7 miles per gallon on the highway. If his fuel tank holds 10.45 gallons, then how far can he travel on one full tank of gas? • 310.365 • 31.0365 • 297.456 • 297.45 Let the rain kiss you Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby. The rain makes still pools on the sidewalk. The rain makes running pools in the gutter. The rain plays a little sleep-song on our roof at night--- And Iove the rain. 2. What is the main reason for the formation of wind on a coastline? A The land heats and cools more slowly than water. B The land heats and cools more quickly than water. C Wind moves more easily over water than land. D Wind moves more easily over land than water. Science • Which cloud(s) form when a cold front passes through town? • a. Clear Skies • b. Nimbostratus, Stratus, Cumulus, and Cirrus clouds • c. Cumulonimbus clouds • d. Cirrus Clouds
Morning Work Jan. 30th • 1. A member of the school track team ran for a total of 179.3 miles in practice over 61.5 days. About how many miles did he average per day? • 619.75 • 3 • 16 • 10 . Math Poetry Joy Just when you thought that winter would be here forever, that it could never end, you saw: Amidst the frozen white, a tiny tip of green, first blade of grass, the messenger of spring. • 2. A store owner has 7.11 lbs. of candy. If she puts the candy into 9 jars, how much candy will each jar contain? • 63.99 lbs • 0.79 lbs • .56 • 7.92 Science 1.What type of clouds is shown in the picture on the right? Cumulus Clouds B) Stratus Clouds Cirrus Clouds Nimbus Clouds 2.What type of weather would most likely occur on a day when the sky looks like the picture above? A) Thunderstorms Cloudy and rainy Mostly Sunny Hailstorm
Morning Work Jan. 31st 1. EXERCISE The local health club is advertising a special for new members: no initiation fee to join and only $34.50 per month for the first year. If Andy joins the health club for one year, how much will he spend on membership? Poetry The Sun Just Had a Nasty DayThe sun just had a nasty day,refused to smile or shine.It stayed behind the dark gray clouds,a mottled, grim design.But shortly after dinner timeone ray poked though the gray,a spark of golden yellow warmthreminding us of day.If you want to please us, Sun,(don't take this as a warning)if you're going to pierce the clouds,please do it in the morning. Math . 2. MONEY David wants to buy 16 bolts from a bin at the hardware store. Each bolt costs $0.03. How much will David pay for the bolts? • 1. What can scientists predict if they see a drop in air pressure outside? • A.) A stormy, rainy front is coming. • B.) There will be clear skies. • C.) It will be summertime soon. • D.) More evaporation will occur. • 2. Which types of clouds will most likely form along a front as a cold air mass moves into a warm air mass? • Stratus Clouds • Cirrus Clouds • Cumulonimbus Clouds • Nimbostratus Clouds Science
Morning Work Feb. 1st 1. INSECTS One wing of a Royal Moth is 0.75 inch across. How wide is the moth’s wingspan when both wings are open? Poetry Spinning DryIf I had a choice, when it's time to get cleanI'd like to jump into our washing machinefor sudsing and soaking and rolling and churningand bobbing and bubbling and twisting and turning.Next come my chance to feel just like a flyeras I get to hop out and spin in the dryer.I'd roll all around with a fluttering flopping,just floating and turning with no thought of stopping.It sounds like such fun, this incredible fling,that I wouldn't mind if I got static cling. Math . 2. COSTUMES KJ is making costumes for this year’s samba parade. The pattern she is using calls for 2.125 yards of fabric for each costume. How many yards of fabric will she need to make 34 costumes? Science • 1.Is this an example of Condensation, Precipitation, Run-off, or Evaporation? • Snowflakes _______________________ • A creek _______________________ • A puddle vanishing _______________________ • Water flowing into a puddle in a parking lot _______________________ • Sleet _______________________ • Water disappearing from a glass _______________________ • Water flowing down a street _______________________ • Raindrops _______________________ • A river _______________________ • A puddle disappearing _______________________ • A puddle in a parking lot _______________________ • Hailstones _______________________ • Water vanishing from a glass _______________________ • Water flowing down a roof _______________________
Morning Work Feb. 2nd 1. ENTERTAINMENT Frank, Gina, Judy, and Connie are splitting their dinner bill. After tip, the total is $30.08. How much does each owe if they split the bill four ways? Poetry Math City, City Part 1 City, City, Wrong and bad, looms above me When I’m sad, Throws its shadow On my care, Sheds its poison In my air, Pounds me with its Noisy fist, Sprays me with its Sooty mist. Till, with sadness On my face, I long to live Another place . • 2. Jeff runs an average mile in 7.3 minutes when he exercises after work. How many miles has he run after 42 minutes, rounded to the nearest tenth? Science • 1. Which cloud is associated with slow steady rain showers? • A. Stratus • B. Nimbostratus • C. Cirrus • D. Cumulonimbus • 2. Which process is responsible for creating clouds? • A. Sublimation • B. Precipitation • C. Condensation • D. Evaporation
Morning Work Feb. 3rd Working at an assembly plant, Audrey made 326 items in five days. How many items did she average per day? Poetry City, City Part 2 City, city Golden-cad Shines around me When I am glad, Lifts me with its Strength and height, Fills me with its Sound and sight, Takes me to its Crowded heart, Holds me so I Won’t depart. Till, with gladness On my face, I wouldn’t live Another place Math . • 2. With the cost of flour at $4.25 per pound, how much do 3.4 pounds cost, rounded to the nearest cent? Science 1. As she goes to school one morning, Mrs. Fisher must slow down to carefully drive through some thick fog. This fog is an example of what type of cloud? Cumulus Clouds Stratus Clouds Cirrus Clouds Altonimbus Clouds • 2. In the water cycle, the sun causes ocean water to— • A disappear. • B increase. • C evaporate. • D accumulate.