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**Today’s Assignments: **Day 4

Today in History/Social Studies you’ll discover how transportation has changed throughout history.

**Be sure to click “Completed” after each assignment.**

**Reading/Literature 2**

**Read and Log**

Read with your teacher for 30 minutes and discuss. Record it in your Reading Log.

- Pick out a reading book
- Reading Log

**Language Arts 2**

**Presentation**

Continue working on your presenation from yesterday. Present your finished work as an oral presentation where you talk about and show your teacher each slide.

**Spelling Quiz:** Take the Quiz.

**Math 2**

**Subtraction Word Problems**

Study the instructions above. Do the problems below using Grid Paper.

- If there are twenty (20) apples in a box and Mike takes seven (7) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are sixteen (16) apples in a box and Mike takes eighth (8) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are twelve (12) apples in a box and Mike takes four (4) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are seventeen (17) apples in a box and Mike takes five (5) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are fourteen (14) apples in a box and Mike takes six (6) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are ten (10) apples in a box and Mike takes four (4) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are nine (9) apples in a box and Mike takes three (3) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are eight (8) apples in a box and Mike takes two (2) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are eleven (11) apples in a box and Mike takes six (6) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- If there are seven (7) apples in a box and Mike takes three (3) away, how many apples are left in the box?
- Grid Paper

**Math Quiz:** Take the Quiz

**History/Social Studies 2**

**Things that Happen Long Ago and Today**

Watch the video about transportation throughout history and discuss with your teacher. Use Lined Paper to write a short story and draw a picture.

**Science 2**

**Motion of Objects can be Observed and Measured**

Watch the video of a dog catching a frisbee. What happens to the motion of the frisbee when the dog catches it? Use Lined Story Paper to write a sentence and draw a picture or, use the Investigative Worksheet to conduct an experiment.

**Visual and Performing Arts 2**

**Theater**

Childrens entertainment was much different long ago. The video above is an old cartoon from the 1930s and 1940s. How are TV shows different today? Discuss with your teacher.

**Physical Education 2**

**Calisthenics**

Do the following exercises and record them in your P.E. Log. First stretch. Then do a minimum of 10 jumping jacks, 5 lunges on each leg, 10 sit ups, and 10 push ups.

**This Weeks Spelling Words
**wood

would

should

could

touch

stood

hood

fool

pool

loop