May 25th – May 29th, 2020

Math – Flash Cards -> Daily

Number Sense 6.63
Number Sense 6.64
Number Sense 6.65
Number Sense 6.66
Number Sense 6.67

L.A. Finish Book Report from last week

1. Finish Reading your Book
2. Complete any 5 questions from Parts B (while you read) & C (after you read)

B. While your child is reading a book, try asking:
• Will you catch me up on the story? What’s happened so far?
• What do you think will happen next?
• If you were that character, what would you have done
differently in that situation?
• If the book was a TV show, which actors would you cast in it?
• Where is the book set?
• If the main character in that story lived next door, would you
be friends?
• What does the place look like in your head as you read? Would
you want to visit there?
• Did you learn any new words or facts so far?

C. After your child has finished a book, ask questions like:
• What was your favourite part of the book? Why?
• Who was your favourite character? Why?
• What was the most interesting thing you learned from the
book?
• Why do you think the author wrote this book?
• Would you have ended the book differently? Did it end the
way you thought it would?
• Did the problem of the book’s plot get solved?
• If you could change one thing in the book, what would it be?

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May 19th – May 22nd, 2020

Math – Flash Card Warm Up -> Daily

Measurement Marking Day – Email Mr. Poulin and he will send you the Unit 13 Measurement: Area Marking Key -> Send score out of 40 to Mr. Poulin

Unit 14
Number Sense 6.59
Number Sense 6.60
Number Sense 6.61
Number Sense 6.62

L.A.

New Book Report -> Choose 5 questions from Before you Read Worksheet(part A)
21 Questions to Ask Your Child About a Book
Talking to your children about the books they read is one of the best ways to support your child’s literacy development. Your child needs to engage in critical thinking to discuss a book — a key skill for success in school as well as life. Here are some tips on how to start and sustain a book discussion with your child:
A. Before your child reads a book, ask:
• Why did you select this book?
• What makes you think this book is going to be interesting?
• What do you think the book is going to be about?
• Does this book remind you of anything else you’ve already
read or seen?
• What kind of characters do you think will be in the book?
• What do you think is going to happen?

Part B & C to be completed by then of next week May 29th, 2020

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May 11th – May 14th, 2020

Math – Flash Card Warm Up -> Daily
Measurement 5.15
Measurement Catch Up Day
Measurement Marking Day – Email Mr. Poulin and he will send you the Unit 13 Measurement: Area Marking Key -> Send score out of 40 to Mr. Poulin
Unit 14 Number Sense 6.58 -> P. 116

L.A.

Stargirl Book Report -> Choose 5 questions from each section of the 21 Questions Worksheet(part A, B, & C). You have to complete the 15 questions that you selected to answer by the end of this week.
When you complete the Stargirl Book Report please find a new book to read for our next book report starting the following week.

21 Questions to Ask Your Child About a Book
Talking to your children about the books they read is one of the best ways to support your child’s literacy development. Your child needs to engage in critical thinking to discuss a book — a key skill for success in school as well as life. Here are some tips on how to start and sustain a book discussion with your child:

A. Before your child reads a book, ask:
• Why did you select this book?
• What makes you think this book is going to be interesting?
• What do you think the book is going to be about?
• Does this book remind you of anything else you’ve already
read or seen?
• What kind of characters do you think will be in the book?
• What do you think is going to happen?

B. While your child is reading a book, try asking:
• Will you catch me up on the story? What’s happened so far?
• What do you think will happen next?
• If you were that character, what would you have done
differently in that situation?
• If the book was a TV show, which actors would you cast in it?
• Where is the book set?
• If the main character in that story lived next door, would you
be friends?
• What does the place look like in your head as you read? Would
you want to visit there?
• Did you learn any new words or facts so far?

C. After your child has finished a book, ask questions like:
• What was your favourite part of the book? Why?
• Who was your favourite character? Why?
• What was the most interesting thing you learned from the
book?
• Why do you think the author wrote this book?
• Would you have ended the book differently? Did it end the
way you thought it would?
• Did the problem of the book’s plot get solved?
• If you could change one thing in the book, what would it be?

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May 4 – May 8, 2020

Math – Flashcards -> Warm Up

Measurement 6.11
Measurement 6.12
Measurement 6.13
Measurement 6.14

L.A. – Finish Stargirl Novel. Start at Chapter 29 and complete novel.
Read final chapters.
Do Comprehension Questions
Review Vocabulary Words
Take Accelerated Reader QUIZ on Stargirl
During Thursday’s Zoom meeting we will be marking our Stargirl booklets.

Art
You have less than a week until Mother’s Day!!! -> Small Art Project -> Card or Drawing

Zoom Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 9:00am

Zoom.us
Zoom Meeting ID: 965 0728 2506
Password: 8WsK3r

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