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Homework is assigned on a daily basis. The purpose of homework is to reinforce skills and concepts taught during the school day. I am asking that parents check their child’s homework daily. Some parents have made it a practice to initial the homework. Students should also make it a practice to review notes and study on a consistent basis. Students should be reading daily and practicing their multiplication tables.

HOMEWORK BEGINNING THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 29th 2018.

 

 

 

Homework 9/20/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  Write out 9, 10, 11, 12 from times tables in NB.

Spelling:  Write outs spelling words 9-15 in a sentence in NB.

Homework 9/19/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  Write out 5, 6, 7, 8 from the times tables in NB.

ELA/Spelling:  Write out spelling words 1-8 in a sentence in NB. 

Homework 9/18/18:  3rd grade (3-2)

Math:  Complete worksheet Lesson 5 and Lesson 6 (both sides)

ELA:  Complete worksheet o Telling and Asking Sentences

Homework 9/17/18:  3rd grade (3-2)

Math:  Study for test on Comparing numbers and ordering numbers

ELA:  Identifying sentences worksheet

Homework 9/14/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  No HW

ELA:  No HW

Spelling:  Study spelling word list

Homework 9/13/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  complete “Having A Ball”  worksheet.

ELA:  Complete page 15 in vocabulary workshop book.

Spelling:  in your NB write each spelling word 8-15 in a sentence.

Homework 9/12/18:  3rd grade (3-2)

Math:  Complete worksheet.

ELA:  Vocabulary Workshop book, page 13 – Complete 1 -10 Word Association

Spelling:  In your NB, write each spelling word 1-7 from list in a sentence.

Homework 9/11/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  Complete numbers 38-45 in you math NB.  In what place is the underlined digit?  What is its value?

ELA:    Complete Synonyms on page 11 of Vocabulary workshop book.

Spelling:  Write out words 6-10 5x each in NB.

Homework 9/10/18:  3rd Grade (3-2)

Math:  Complete problems 14-22 in your math notebook.

ELA:  Vocabulary book pages 8-9:  complete the sentences 1-10

Spelling:  Finish writing words 3, 4, 5,   5 times each in notebook.

Homework 6/12/18

All classes:  study for final exams – all notes and  vocabulary words.

Homework 6/11/18

All classes:  Study for Final Exams part 1 and part 2 – study all notes and vocabulary words.

Homework 6/8/18

All classes:  Study for Final Exams part 1 and part 2 – study all notes and vocabulary words.

Homework 6/6/18

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – No HW, took part 1 of final exam.

Grades 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – see yesterday’s posting.

Grade 5-1:  Religion – see yesterday’s posting. 

Homework 6/5/18

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Completion of part 1 of Final Exam tomorrow.  Continue to review.  Bring home NB.  Study vocabulary and notes.

Grade 5-1:  Religion – Study for final exam.  Take home NB.  Study notes, vocabulary and previous tests.

Grades 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Study for Part 1 of Final Exam.  Take home NB and Reading Essentials.

Homework 6/4/18

All Social Studies classes in 5th and 6th grades:  Study for 1st part of final exam.  Take home NB.  6th grade take home Reading Essentials as well.

Homework 6/1/18

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story due Monday.  Study for final exam for Monday.

Grades 6-1 ad 6-2:  Current events weekly news story due Monday.  Study for final exam for Monday.

Grade 5-1:  Religion – Make a list of ways that you can be helpful to your family.  On LL – list at least 5 ways.

Homework 5/31/18

Grade 5-1:  Social Studies – Study all vocabulary and notes from Lesson 2 – patriots at war

Grade 5-2:  Social Studies – answer Learn From Biographies question page 309 in text.  (Copied in class) 

Grade 5-1:  Religion – No HW – Test taken today.

Grade 6-1:  Study all vocabulary and notes from Lesson 2.

Grade 6-2:  Reading Essentials, pages 79-80 read and complete margin tasks 9, 10,11  and the Check for Understanding.

 

Homework 5/30/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Study all vocabulary and notes from Lesson 2 – Patriots at War.

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Finish all vocabulary words from Lesson 2 – 3x each with definitions.

Grade 5-1:  Religion – Study for test on Chapter 24. 

Homework 5/29/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story (if not completed)

Grade 5-1:  Religion – page 281 – Take Home question (copied in class) on LL.

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Write out today’s vocabulary words 3x each with definitions on LL.

Homework 5/25/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story.

Grade5 -1:  Religion – Page 280 Disciple challenge in  “What’s the Word”?

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story.

Homework 5/24/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Study Lesson 2 vocabulary – Test next week.

Grade 5-1:  Religion – Study notes and vocabulary from Chapter 24.

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Study Lesson 1 notes and vocabulary on Ancient Greeks, The Rise of Greek Civilization.

Homework 5/23/18

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Finish vocabulary 2x each

Grade 5-1 – Religion: We Respond question p.27

Grade 6-1 and 6-2 – Social Studies: finish Reading Essentials work.

Homework 5/22/18

Grade 5-1:  Religion – We Gather question page 274 (question written in class)

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Finish writing vocabulary 2x each with definitions and study words and definitions.

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies –  Study all vocabulary on Ancient Greece

 

Homework 5/21/18

Grade 5-1:  Religion – Write a short description (at least one paragraph)  of the events of the Wedding at Cana.  On LL.  Use the Internet or your Bible as a resource.

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Write today’s vocabulary words 2x each with definitions on LL.

Grade 6-1:  Write out today’s vocabulary words 3x each with definitions on LL.

Grade 6-2:  Complete current events.

Homework 5/18/18

Grade 5-1:  Religion – We Respond question from page 273  (on Smart board today)

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Current Events weekly news story.

Grades 5-1 and 5-2:  Spanish – Complete worksheets on verbs.

Grades 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Current Events weekly news story.  (6-2 – Write out today’s vocabulary words with definitions 3x) 

Homework 5/17/18

Grade 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story due Monday 5/21

Grade 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Current events weekly news story due Monday 5/21, and complete writing of vocabulary.

Grade 5-1 Religion:  No HW this evening.

Homework 5/16/18

Follow last night’s homework – class split today

Homework 5/15/18

Class 5-1: Religion – No HW – Test taken today

Class 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Write out today’s vocabulary words 3x each with definitions on LL

Class 6-1 and 6-2: Social Studies – No HW – Test taken today

Homework 5/14/18

Class 5-1:  Religion – Study for test on Chapter 23 to be given on Wednesday. 

Class 5-1 and 5-2:  Social Studies – Complete current events ( if you have not already done so).

Class 6-1 and 6-2:  Social Studies – Study for test on Lesson 3, The Qin and Han Dynasties.

Class 6-2:  Complete copying assignment of Reading Essentials from class today onto looseleaf and into notebook. 

 

Homework 5/11/18

Class 5-1 Religion – Study notes for test next week on Chapter 23

Class 5-1 and 5-2 Social Studies – Current Events weekly news story due Monday 5/14

Class 6-1 and 6-2 Social Studies – Current Events weekly news story due Monday 5/14 and study for Lesson 3 Test on the Qin and Han Dynasties.  Test Tuesday.    Take home Reading Essentials and notebook..

 

 

 

Homework 3/20/18

Class 5-1 Religion- Complete the “We Gather” question on page 208 on looseleaf

Class 5-1 Social Studies- Complete ” Trouble Over Taxes” Worksheet

Class 5-2 Social Studies- Write “Letter to King George III” on looseleaf

6th Grade Social Studies- Write out today’s vocabulary words 5x each with definitions on looseleaf

 

Homework 3/16/18

5-1 Religion- Study for Chapter 17 test to be given on Monday 3/19.

5th Grade Social Studies- A) Complete writing out all vocabulary words 3x each from Lesson 1. B)Current Events News Story

6th Grade Social Studies- A) Current Events Weekly News Story B) Study for Test on Lesson 9-2, Religions of Ancient India

 

Homework 3/14/18

5-1 Religion: on looseleaf-  Write 2 paragraphs- How can you reach out to those who are sick or elderly?

5th Grade Social Studies- On looseleaf Write out today’s vocabulary words 3x each with the definitions.

6th Grade Social Studies- In Reading Essentials complete margin tasks #4,5,6,7, on page 111.

 

Homework 3/12/18

5th Grade Social Studies- Complete Cause and Effect Worksheet

6th Grade Social Studies- Complete Vocabulary from today. Write our words 5x each with definitions on looseleaf.

5-1 Religion- Study Notes taken from Chapter.

 

Homework 3/9/18

5th Grade Social Studies- Current Events News Story- Due Monday

6th Grade Social Studies- Current Events News Story- Due Monday

5-1 Religion- We Respond Question p196- students have question in notebook.

 

Homework 3/8/18

5-1 Religion: Chapter 16 Test taken today

Social Studies 5-1 and 5-2 Chapter 7 test taken today

Social Studies 6-1 Write out all of today’s vocabulary  words 3x each with definitions.

Social Studies 6-2 India Map Projects completed today.

 

Homework 3/6/18

5-1 Religion- Study for Chapter 16 Test

5th Grade Social Studies- Study for Chapter 7 Test

6th Grade Social Studies- Complete India Map Projects

 

Homework 3/1/2018

Grade 5- Social Studies

If you had a choice of living now or during colonial times, which would you choose? Why? *Write at least one paragraph on looseleaf- due Monday 3/5/2018

Grade 6- Social Studies

Current Events weekly news story. Due Monday 3/5/2018

Middle School Curriculum: Grades 4 to 6

Posted on October 27, 2016

SsJA’s Middle School Program consists of key transitional years that not only prepare the students academically, but also provide them with the organizational, study and note-taking skills that will enable them to become independent and responsible for themselves as they eventually move into the Jr. High. While clearly academically focused, this preparation is as equally rooted in the six core values of goodness, faith, excellence, integrity, community and service to develop strong character that will help students to make the best possible choices as they learn to navigate through life.

Our dynamic curriculum of Integrated Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Religion, Spanish, and Social Studies, are designed to inspire and challenge each and every student. Teachers work in collaborative teams to provide an integrated approach to learning. Students learn in a differentiated environment where authentic learning is critical to the instructional approach.

At the same time, the program is highly personalized and support services are available, so that each child progresses at a pace appropriate to his developmental readiness. The Middle School years are a delicate balance of providing nurturing support and guidance to students encouraging them towards their independence and taking responsibility for themselves and their actions, socially and emotionally.

New York State Learning Standards: Science

Posted on October 5, 2016

5th and 6th Grades

The Living Enviornment

1. Living things are both similiar to and different from each other and nonliving things.

2. Organisms inherit genetic information in a variety of ways that result in continuity of structure and function between parents and offspring.

3. Individual organisms and species change over time.

4. The continuity of life is sustained through reproduction and development.

5. Organisms maintain a dynamic equilibrium that sustain life.

6. Plants and animals depend on each other and their physical enviornment. It is used for immediate growth and activity of the animal or it is stored. Some of the stored energy is released as heat energy when the organism dies and decays.

7. Human decisions and activities have changed their enviornment and the effect of those changes.

The Physical Setting

1. Many of the phenomena that we observe on Earth involve interactions among components of air, water and land.

2. Matter is made up of particles whose properties determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity.

3. Energy exists in many forms and when those forms change energy is conserved.

4. Energy and matter interact through forces that result in changes in motion.

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