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Today’s Assignments: Day 133
Today in Visual/Performing Arts, you will continue learning about Mixed Media Art.
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Read and Log
Read for 30 minutes. Record it in your Reading Log.
Language Arts 3
Create a presentation using your presentation software about what you read in Reading/Literature today. Include audio, images, and text. You’ll work on this assignment today and tomorrow. Use the Research Center to locate audio, image files, or information that you can include.
Spelling Sentences: Write each spelling word in a sentence using the Digital Worksheet.
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Follow along while watching the video using Grid Paper to learn about comparing fractions with like numerators or like denominators. Compare the fractions below.
- 3/12 and 5/12
- 5/6 and 7/6
- 3/16 and 5/16
- 13/33 and 9/33
- 3/11 and 7/11
- 4/8 and 4/12
- 5/10 and 5/6
- 7/10 and 7/14
- 4/9 and 4/12
- 5/7 and 5/10
- Grid Paper
History/Social Studies 3
Historical American Events
REVIEW: Go back through your notes and Past Assignments to review what you’ve learned. There will be a test at the end of the week on Historical American Events.
Effects of Human Involvement with the Oceans
Take notes while watching the video and reading more about Marine Debris caused by humans. Use the Research Center to learn more.
- Discover the Issue: What is Marine Debris?
- Garbage Patches
- Types and Sources
- Research Center
- Lined Paper
Visual and Performing Arts 3
Cut out some images from magazines, use craft paper, or any other objects to make your own mixed media collage art project. You can also use paints and other art materials. Above are some examples.
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Physical Education 3
Do the following exercises and record them in your P.E. Log. First stretch. Then do a minimum of 20 jumping jacks, 5 lunges on each leg, 10 sit ups, and 10 push ups.
This Weeks Spelling Words
Tell your parent/teacher what you learned today!