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Day 19. SIPPS. Spelling. Spelling TEST. Daily Fix It. What hapened to the dollar in my drawer. Dan spended it at the fare. . Grammar. Review Assesment. Read Leveled Readers. Timed Readings. Centers. Computers Library Reading Practice workbook pages 28, 30 Use A Dictionary

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Spelling
Spelling

  • Spelling TEST


Daily fix it
Daily Fix It

  • What hapened to the dollar in my drawer.

  • Dan spended it at the fare.


Grammar
Grammar

  • Review

  • Assesment


Read leveled readers
Read Leveled Readers

  • Timed Readings


Centers
Centers

  • Computers

  • Library

  • Reading Practice workbook pages 28, 30

  • Use A Dictionary

  • Write a paragraph


Math mofd
MATH MOFD

  • ANSWER

    Shawn and Andrea each start at 99 on a hundred chart and count back to zero. Shawn counts back by sixes and Andrea by fives. What numbers do they both say? What is the last number each say?

    QUICK REVIEW ~ Write the value of the blue digit

  • 246 2. 394 3. 714

    4. 502 5. 802


Day 19
Math

  • Lesson 2.3 Place Value page 24 - 25


Science
Science

  • How are animals grouped? Page 38 – 43.

  • Important words

    • Trait are body features passed on to an animal from its parents. Example eye color

    • Vertebrate is an animal with a backbone. Examples are fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

    • Fish live their entire lives in water, have slippery scales, and breathe through their gills

    • Amphibians are frogs, toads, and salamanders. They spend part of their lives in water and part on land.

    • Reptiles have dry, scaly skin. Reptiles include snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles, and alligators.

    • Birds are vertebrates with feathers and bills that do not have teeth

    • Mammals have hair or fur and feed their babies milk.


Science1
Science

  • Invertebrates are animals that do not have backbones.

    • Examples are sea jellies, worms, mollusks, and arthropods



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