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Week 6 Lessons

Week 6 Lessons

4/27/20 – 5/1/20

 

Monday

Chapter Book “James and the Giant Peach” (3rd – 5th grade)

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questions

Chapter 31-36 (grades 3-5)

How did cloudmen create blizzards and tornadoes?

In the morning, what did James and the creatures see and what did the people of New York think the peach was?

How did james and the creatures get the peach to “fall” from the sky? Where did the peach land?

What were some of the names that the people thought the creatures were?

 

Mini Research (K-2nd grades)

questions

Flamingos (K-2nd grade)

https://www.ducksters.com/animals/flamingo.php

Where do flamingos live?

What do they eat?

Why do they stand on one leg?

Give me 2 facts that you thought were interesting?

 

Mini Research (3-5 grades)

questions

We are beginning a new unit of study called Everyone needs a Hero. (3-5 grades)

To begin this lesson I need to know what you consider to be a hero and why.

For todays mini lesson answer the following questions in complete sentences. Each answer should be more than 2 sentences.

  1. What is a hero?

  2. Who can be a hero?

  3. What is NOT a hero?

  4. Who is your hero?

 

Tuesday

Chapter Book “James and the Giant Peach” (3rd – 5th grade)

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questions

Chapter 37-39

What was the new job each creature had in America? Centipede, earthworm, grasshopper, glow-worm, spider, ladybug, and silworm

How did the people of New York treat James and the creatures?

What happened to the peach stone?

TEST ON RR

 

Mini Research (K-2nd grades)

questions

Praying Mantis (K-2nd grades)

https://www.ducksters.com/animals/praying_mantis.php

How big can a praying mantis get?

Why does it use camoflauge?

What do they eat?

Give me 2 facts that you thought were interesting?

 

Mini Research (3-5 grades)

questions

Essential Understanding (3-5 grades)

  • A hero has special qualities.

  • Anyone can be a hero.

  • Being famous does not make a person a hero automatically

  • Heroes are all around us.

For Todays assignment make a list of 10 heroes and write why each one is considered a hero.

 

Wednesday

Chapter Book “Bud, Not Buddy” (3rd – 5th grade)

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** New Chapter Book

questions

Chapter 1

 

  1. Who is the social worker looking for?  (Full name)

  2. How old is Bud?

  3. Why does Bud say Jerry will be happy with a family of 3 girls?

  4. What does Bud say is the scary thing that happens around 6 years old?

  5. What is in Bud’s suitcase?

 

Mini Research (K-2nd grades)

 

 

questions

Tigers (K-2nd grade)

https://www.ducksters.com/animals/tiger.php

How big are they?

What do they eat?

Where do they live?

What does endangered mean?

Give me 2 facts that you thought were interesting?

 

Mini Research (3-5 grades)

questions

Examples of Heroes (3-5 grades)

Read the following short story on a hero.

Alfred Nobel: https://myhero.com/A_Nobel_dnhs_US_2013

Write about why this person in the story is considered a hero. ½ page

 

 

Thursday

Chapter Book “Bud, Not Buddy” (3rd – 5th grade)

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questions

 

Chapter 2

 

  1. What is happening to Bud at the beginning of this chapter, when we first see him at the Amos’ home?

  2. Who gets in trouble for the fight?

  3. What is Rules & Things 3?

  4. What does Mrs. Amos hate more than anything else?

  5. Where do the Amos’s have Bud sleep the last night he is there?

  6. What is Rules & Things 118?

  7. What is in the dirt in the middle of the floor of the shed?

 

Mini Research (K-2nd grades)

questions

Clownfish (K-2nd grades)

https://www.ducksters.com/animals/clownfish.php

Where do they live?

What is an anemone?

How many different type of species of clownfish are there?

Give me 2 facts that you thought were interesting?

 

Mini Research (3-5 grades)

questions

Examples of Heroes

Read the following short story on a hero.

Jimmy Carter: https://myhero.com/j_carter

Write about why this person in the story is considered a hero. ½ page

 

Friday

Chapter Book “Bud, Not Buddy” (3rd – 5th grade)

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questions

Chapter 3 (3-5 grades)

  1. What is nailed to the door?  Describe it.

  2. What happened to Bugs?

  3. What two things did Bud notice when he woke up?

  4. What is Rules & Things 328?

  5. Was it a vampire bat on the ceiling?  If no, what was it really?

  6. How did Bud get out of the shed?

  7. What does Bud decide to do when he gets out of the shed?

 

Mini Research (K-2nd grades)

questions

Giant Pandas (K-2nd grades)

https://www.ducksters.com/animals/giantpanda.php

Where do they live?

What do they eat?

How long can they live?

Give me 2 facts that you thought were interesting?

 

Mini Research (3-5 grades)

questions

Examples of Heroes (3-5 grades)

Read the following short story on a hero.

Ben Carson: https://myhero.com/b_carson

Write about why this person in the story is considered a hero. ½ page