Use the link below for instructions and a sample of tonight’s homework.
NOTE: If you are having trouble opening the Mayflower link, you may need to copy the link into a new tab and access it that way.
Humanities Homework: December 20
Listen to the Podcast below about Jamestown and fill in the 3-2-1 chart you received in class. You may need to listen to it more than one to get the information you need. This information will be used to continue “posting” on your Fakebook page.
The math homework is on the online Big Ideas Math Book Chapter 2 Review 2.1 and 2.2. page 101, problems 1 – 11 (odds). Thanks in advance.
Log in to Newsela and read the article “What we know about the earliest history of chocolate”, then answer the quiz questions. Please have this done by Sunday at 5:00. The article is linked below, but you will need to be logged in (using your google login) to take the quiz.
These are some visual ideas for the Cell Project:
The Cell Model I made is of a plant cell, which has the shape of a box. In attempt to make my model as unique as possible, I used many materials such as Mardi Gras beads and cashews. I glued all of the materials into my construction-paper box to represent the organelles. Making this helped me because the visual aspect of the project made it easier to remember the organelles’ functions and location. My favorite organelle is Chloroplast because it uses the sun to make food!
Due to a small craft warning and an ocean swells forecast up to 3 to 4 feet, the Salem Sound Coastwatch, the Captain of the Sea Station’s Endeavour, and I have postponed our field trip until October 14th. This means that tomorrow, Friday, will be a regular 1/2 day and your child should come dressed for Picture Day.
Attached are PDF’s of the concepts that the Mid-Chapter Quiz on Tuesday, September 27th will cover. Please do not stress about the amount of information and questions on the review sheets. We have gone over some of them in class and the rest are meant to help you find everything you need to know in one place. There are about 15 total questions on the Quiz and there will be a few on each concept we have covered to this point. Study these reviews and you will be just fine.
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