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5A's Homework

WELCOME TO THE 5A HOMEWORK PAGE
May God bless all who visit our page.
Amen.

Greetings!
Students are welcome to work ahead in Reading/BOB (and reading logs), social studies vocabulary, spelling workbook, and math text and workbook, in accordance with scheduling and comfort with material. Students should anticipate spending an uninterrupted hour each day on homework. Most of this time will be focused upon Math, Language Arts, and Reading, and will support mastery of material covered in class.
* If your child has been focused upon his or her work for an hour and work is not yet completed, parents are welcome to sign off on the homework and I will honor parental notes and/or emails.
 
You can see previous homework posts on my Homework Archive Page.
 

"The only real sadness, the only real failure, the only great tragedy in life,
is not to become a saint."
Léon Bloy (1937)
 
 
March 12:  As we head home with our books:-)
Dear parents,
I sent lots of books home with your children. Religion, Reading, Math and Social Studies textbooks and an orange Language Arts/reading workbook, write source workbook, a saint book and a vocabulary workbook should now be at home.  This is a provision of supplies for continued learning due to school closure.  Daily assignments will be posted via the school's web page by Mr. McCoy and updated for each school day the evening preceding that day.  Thank you for your support and understanding as we work to normalize education and to provide the best care possible to your children.  If your children need to email me, they may, but I will only respond to email which are carbon copied to parents, and all of my responses will also be carbon copied to parents. 
Your children understand this, bu they might forget, so a quick reminder may be helpful. As usual, I try to respond to emails within a 24 business hour window. 
I encourage you to look into Formed.org for wonderful movies and books for yourselves and your children.  Students who wish to work ahead on  BOB are welcome to do so and one of my students says that Sign of the Beaver can be downloaded from the library!  However, BOB will not be required this period.  Instead, I have sent home a saint biography with each child and we will read these biographies, one chapter each day with notes,  and write book reports and prep for an oral presentation when we return to school.  Notes may be written in the Bo notebook oron looseleaf paper and then placed  in the take home, bring back folder)
You and your children will be in my heart and in my prayers over the next few weeks and I am already looking forward to our family reunion party at the end of April, as well as our Cinco de Mayo party in early May -more info at a later date on that!
Until then, May God hold you close and may your prayers ease the fears of those in our midst who are especially struggling to bear up in these challenging times.  My love and prayers to you and your children.
Yours in  Christ,
Jeanine Marley
 
 
Assignments associated with our learning from home will be found through the school home page.
May God bless and keep you.
Mrs. Marley
 
Wednesday, March 11
Feast day of Saint Pionius (martyr) and Saint Theophanes the Chronicler
BOB:  Please free read for your 20 minutes.

IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
Math: Please complete the worksheet handed out at the end of class.
 
L. Arts: Please finish your vocabulary workbook pages for unit 15 and study for tomorrow's test.

Religion/Writing: Rough draft of Signs of the Mass paragraph of our Sacrament report:  assigned Today (March 10) due Thursday. (March 12). 20 minutes made available in class on Tuesday.
Requirements:
Use your notes
Double space
At least 1 dress up per sentence. (labelled and underlined)
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in this paragraph
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers. (numbers in the margin of your paper please)
 
Tuesday, March 10
Feast day of Saint John Ogilvie (martyr)
BOB:  Please free read for your 20 minutes.

IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
Math: Workbook pages 1-3
 
L. Arts: Vocabulary workbook pages 152-155 (20 minutes made available in class)  Test on Thursday, March 12.

Religion/Writing: Rough draft of Signs of the Mass paragraph of our Sacrament report:  assigned Today (March 10) due Thursday. (March 12). 20 minutes made available in class.
Requirements:
Use your notes
Double space
At least 1 dress up per sentence. (labelled and underlined)
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in this paragraph
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers. (numbers in the margin of your paper please)
 
 
Friday, March 6
Feast day of Saint Colette
BOB:  Please free read for your 20 minutes.

IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
L. Arts:
Rough draft of Effects of the Mass paragraph of our Sacrament report:  assigned Thursday (March 5) due Monday. (March 9).
Requirements:
Use your notes
Double space
At least 1 dress up per sentence. (labelled and underlined)
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in this paragraph
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers. (numbers in the margin of your paper please)
 
Thursday, March 5
Feast day of Saint John Joseph of the Cross
 
BOB:  Please free read for your 20 minutes.
IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
L. Arts:
Rough draft of Effects of the Mass paragraph of our Sacrament report: due Monday. (March 9)
Requirements:
Use your notes
Double space
At least 1 dress up per sentence. (labelled and underlined)
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in this paragraph
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers. (numbers in the margin of your paper please)
 
Math
Do the first 12 problems of your benchmark packet.
 
Science: multiple choice handout due tomorrow
 
Tests and projects
We will work on our bibliographies tomorrow for our Culture fair project
L.Arts: Unit 14 test Friday.
 
 
Wednesday, March 4
Feast day for Saint Casimir
 
BOB:  Please free read for your 20 minutes.
IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
L. Arts:
Rough draft of Rite of the Mass section of our Sacrament report: due tomorrow. (March 5)
Requirements:
At least 1 dress up per sentence.
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in the section
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers.

Please complete unit 14 in workbook (through page 147)
 
Social Studies: 
Chapter 9 test tomorrow.  I will be checking in vocabulary.
 
Science: handout due tomorrow
 
Math
Work on your decimal pretest
 
Tests and projects
Social Studies test (ch. 9) tomorrow.
L.Arts: Unit 14 test Friday.


Tuesday, March 3
Feast day for Saint Cunegundes
(Empress who embraced poverty, giving her wealth to the poor)

BOB: Bob was due today. Please free read for your 20 minutes.
IXL: 30 for a 3 due Sunday night: You might prioritize decimals as we will focus on them for the next month.
 
L. Arts:
Rough draft of Rite of the Mass section of our Sacrament report: due Thursday
Requirements:
At least 1 dress up per sentence.
At least 1 of each type of dress-up in the section
This time, the dress-ups may double as sentence openers.
At least 4 different sentence openers.
Please complete unit 14 in workbook through the synonyms and antonyms page.
 
Math
Finish handout. Ch. 4 test tomorrow.S. studies: Test Thursday on Ch. 9 vocab.
 
Tests and projects
L.Arts: Unit 14 test Friday.
Vocabulary: Chapter 14
Workbook practice through synonyms and antonyms
 
Monday, March 2
Feast Day of Blessed Charles the Good (Martyr)

30 minutes for a 3 Due Sunday, March 1. (focus on multiplying and dividing fractions in preparation for your test next week.
 
IXL: Finish your BOB reading and notes. All notes and handouts are due Tomorrow, March 3.
BOB: 20 minutes daily, signed for by parents for a 3. Due Monday, March 2.
 
Reading logs:
Math: Textbook page 197 problems 1 and 5, page 203 all problems. This will help you prepare for our test on Wednesday.

Tests and projects alerts:
Ch. 4 math test Wednesday, March 4
Social Studies, Ch. 9 test Thursday, March 5
Unit 14 vocabulary test Friday March 6
Culture Fair Project Due Thursday, March 26