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I. Record Agenda! Do the Awesome Rating! *THEN, get a smiley!
II. Watch Inspire! THE LAST LECTURE!
III. Choose a morning exercise! Then, grade yourself!
IV. Today's Quick Read: Cars! *Then, get a sweet treat if desired!
V. Today's Quick Grammar Checks (See WORD WORKS)
a) Sentence of the Day
b) Prefixes of the Day
c) Analogy of the Day!
VI. Complete Math Problems:
VII. Adopt a Baby Balloon Project (Click here)
Balloon Automobile Project (Click here!)
VIII. Daily Comprehension Skills and Thrills Activity Packet!
(Pick these up from table!)
c. Main Idea
d. Daily Grammar
e. Math and Creative Thinking
IX. Video Lesson of the Day (From last week):
a. Last Tuesday (click here)
b. Last Wednesday (Click here!)
c. Last Thursday (Click here!)
c. Last Friday (Click here!)
X. Complete M&M Science Lab (Click here!)
XI. Complete M&M Probability (Click here!)
XII. Complete 15 minutes of IXL at Grade Level Geometry!
XIII. Work on Hero Project! (Click here)
XIV. Work on Play Ball Project (Click here)
XV. Show notebook to Mr. B for payment!
Math Problem of the Day! #1 Money
Helen had two hundred dollar bills, 6 fifty dollar bills, 4twenty dollar bills, 3 ten dollar bills, 5 five dollar bills, 10 one dollar bills, 20 quarters, 4 dimes, 25 nickels, and 101 pennies. She bought a a pair of fancy shoes for $33.02, an edible crunch pretzel for $31.14, and exquisite precious pony for $12.91. How much money does she have left after the transaction?
Math Problem of the Day! #2 Fractions
Katie bought 36 ping pong balls. 5/6 of them were red! How many red ping pong balls did she buy?
Math Problem of the Day: #3 Data
Find the mode, mean, median, outlier, and range!
Sam went bowling five days last week! These were his scores!
Tuesday - 25
Thursday - 14
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Complete the Activities below:
PREFIX REVIEW (NEW QUESTIONS THIS WEEK!!
Prefix is a word part that is added to the front of a base word to change the meaning of that word. More than one prefix may mean the same thing.
Examples: the prefixes dis-, non-, and un- mean "not," or "the opposite of."
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Quick Lesson! Learn about the 5 most common prefixes!
Example: bi– a. same b. twice (two times) c. wrong
1. dis– a. not b. after c. again
2. im– a. not b. before c. wrong
3. mis– a. correctly b. wrongly c. after
4. pre– a. before b. not c. wrongly
5. re– a. correctly b. again c. after
Complete the Chart!
PREFIX ROOT NEW WORD MEANING
E: (mis–) understood misunderstood not understood
1. (re–) start _ __________________ ___________________
2. (dis–) continue _________________ ___________________
3. (pre–) view _ ___________________ ____________________
What is an analogy? Click here!
Analogy Practice (5 minutes!) Click here
Complete today's Analogies!
Please put all answer in your notebook!
1) Microscope is to small as telescope is to _______________.
a) large b)space c)instrument d) distant
2) Century is to hundred as millennium is to _______________.
a) thousand b) twenty c) years d) celebrate
3). Cancel is to never as postpone is to _______________.
a) repeat b) delay c) rain d) later
Visit today's analogy game: (Click)
Video Lessons of the Day!
(All from last week! Complete if you have not done yet!)
Tuesday- Context Clues /Vocabulary 1 (Click)
Wednesday- Context Clues /Vocabulary 2 (Click)
Thursday- Context Clues /Vocabulary 2 (Click)
Friday- Context Clues /Vocabulary 2 (Click)
Weekly Reading Comprehension
Last Week (May 28) (Click here)
Read, Write, & Watch: The Power of Kindness!
Short Henry Ford Biography!
INSPIRE: DREAM + VISION + WORK =TALENT!
INSPIRE: LAST LECTURE