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Morning routine. March 18-22 IS 6 th Grade ~ Ms. Nelson. OPA fight song:. We are the Champions hear us shout! Our school is great there is no doubt With professors who believe That we will all achieve! They teach our lessons in 8 ways So we’ll remember all our days

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Morning routine

Morning routine

March 18-22

IS 6th Grade ~ Ms. Nelson


Opa fight song
OPA fight song:

We are the Champions hear us shout!

Our school is great there is no doubt

With professors who believe

That we will all achieve!

They teach our lessons in 8 ways

So we’ll remember all our days

We can do math, write, and read

So we know that we’ll succeed

We’re OPA Champions through and through.

We love to come to school each day

To learn the standards as we play

We think OPA is such fun

And our homework is always done!

Our music classes are a blast

Our OPA memories will all last!

We can sing, dance, and draw

So let’s hear a huge hurrah!

We love OPA Rah! Rah! Rah!


Word analysis warm up
Word analysis warm-up

Tuesday, March 19: Similes and Metaphors

Find list 63. Similesand list 64. Metaphors.

Choose two things to compare.

Write a sentence comparing them using “like” or “as.”

Then write a sentence comparing them without using “like” or “as.”

Example on the next slide.


Word analysis warm up1
Word analysis warm-up

Similes and Metaphors

Mondays - - a ninja

Simile: Mondays can be like a ninja, and sneak up on you without you noticing.

Metaphor: Mondays are ninjas, always sneaking up on you while you’re not looking.


Word analysis warm up2
Word analysis warm-up

Wednesday, March 19:

Similes and Metaphors

Find list 63. Similesand list 64. Metaphors.

Choose two things to compare.

Write a sentence comparing them using “like” or “as.”

Then write a sentence comparing them without using “like” or “as.”


Word analysis warm up3
Word analysis warm-up

Thursday, March 20: Similes and Metaphors

Find list 63. Similesand list 64. Metaphors.

Choose two things to compare.

Write a sentence comparing them using “like” or “as.”

Then write a sentence comparing them without using “like” or “as.”


Word analysis warm up4
Word analysis warm-up

Friday, March 21: Similes and Metaphors

Find list 63. Similesand list 64. Metaphors.

Choose two things to compare.

Write a sentence comparing them using “like” or “as.”

Then write a sentence comparing them without using “like” or “as.”