Homework will be updated weekly **right here** on the blog. Students will still be expected to copy down their homework on their weekly template. I will always keep the homework from the previous week posted in the event that a student needs to make up any missed work.

**Current Homework**

Monday, November 2:

- Read 30 minutes
- Bring home BizTown forms
- Please bring $1 donation, if possible, for Fall Festival

**Previous Homework**

Monday October 26th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Lesson 23 – pick 5 questions
- Wear “Smartie” clothes

**Previous Homework**

Thursday October 8th:

- read for 30 minutes
- Lesson 12 word problems
- Start bringing in class donation for Fall Festival

Wednesday October 7th:

- read for 30 minutes
- Lesson 14 homework
- Start bringing in class donation for Fall Festival

Tuesday October 6th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Lesson 13 Exit Ticket
- Start bringing in class donation for Fall Festival

Monday, September 14th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Finish typing up Narrative in Google Classroom
- Math exit ticket 9

Tuesday September 15th:

- Math Lesson 10
- KidBlog
- Read for 30 minutes

Wednesday September 16th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math – Lesson 11

Thursday September 17th

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math – No Math
- No KidBlog

Wednesday September 9th:

- Sign up for Xtra math and take placement test (about 10 minutes0
- KidBlog: Guest blogger choice (Gio)
- Read for 30 minutes

Tuesday September 8th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math Module 2; Lesson 5
- KidBlog: writing leads

Tuesday September 1st:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math Module 2; Lesson 2
- KidBlog paragraph writing
- Have parents sign-up for conferences

Monday August 31st:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math Module 2; Lesson 1
- KidBlog paragraph writing
- Have parents sign-up for conferences

Wednesday August 26th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math review sheet – TEST tomorrow
- Edmodo summary

Tuesday August 25th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Math review sheet – we’ll go over it tomorrow in class 🙂
- Edmodo question

Monday August 24:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Lesson 15 Math
- Edmodo poll AND question

Thursday August 20th:

- Read for 30 minutes
- Division Homework
- Edmodo question
- Library/P.E tomorrow!

Wednesday August 19th:

- Math lesson 14 – focus on the place value part. I’ll help you with the algorithm tomorrow!
- KidBlog Homework – You hear the loud ring of your doorbell. You run down the stairs to see who’s there – only to find a fancy gold envelope laying on the ground. You carefully open it up and read the note. You can’t believe your eyes! You have just won an award for…” (Describe this moment or write about your accomplishment)
- Read 30 minutes
- PICTURE DAY TOMORROW

Tuesday August 18th:

- Math Lesson 13 (today was the first day of division with decimals – we’ll be reviewing more tomorrow!)
- KidBlog – Native American Myth
- Read for 30 minutes and record the title of the book

Monday August 17th:

- Math lesson 12 (part 2 of 2)
- Edmodo assignment
- Read for 30 minutes and record title of book

Thursday August 13:

- Math Lesson 12 (first of two)
- KidBlog writing assignment
- Read 30 minutes

Wednesday August 12:

- NO EDMODO – I was at a district training in the morning, so we didn’t get to this assignment
- Math – Lesson 12 (Multiplying Decimals)
- Read 30 minutes and record title of book on your homework template

Tuesday August 11:

- Edmodo – Morning Girl response
- Math Lesson 10 Homework
- Read for 30 minutes

Monday August 10th:

- Read 30 minutes
- Math Lesson 9
- Edmodo: Select one of the rotations you explored in class today and write 2 interesting facts you learned about matter that you might have not known before.

Thursday August 6th:

- read for 30 minutes and record title
- Edmodo homework on Native American regions

Wednesday August 5th:

- read 30 minutes
- Math Review for Mid Module
- have parents follow class blog and sign up for Dojo

question, week of August 1, means this week?

That’s correct. But it also confuses me, so I’ll be sure to change the format to say “Week of July 28th-August 1st.” Thanks for the question!

Hi Mrs. Alcantara, Ben and I are trying to access the Google Drive, and it may be me, but I’m a bit confused. He can get online, see his account, the Classroom folder, but what should he do from here? Please advise. Thanks.

My primary focus for tonight was to see if the students were able to access their Drive and Google Classroom account at home. For now, I just wanted the students writing their intro paragraph – (hook, introduce the topic, and state their claim). The premise of the assignment is to list what positive or negative outcomes the California Missions system had. We’ll be doing this as a process piece for the rest of the week, but for now, I just wanted to see if they could access their account and write their intro so that we can get going tomorrow in class. I’ll be helping any students that had difficulty with this portion of it. 🙂