Grades 3/4 and 5/6 ELA: 1-31-23
All Grades: Continue studying for Thursday's spelling and vocabulary tests. Grades 3/4: Complete BJU Grammar worksheet pg. 90. Grades 5/6: -Complete BJU Grammar worksheet pg. 90. -Finish reading chapter 19 in The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle if you have not already done so. I will give out the chapter questions tomorrow.
High School ELA and Brit Lit: 1-31-23
Grades 9/10: -Continue studying for Thursday's vocabulary test. -Finish your 'biography' paragraph from the 3rd-person point of view (POV) that you were assigned last week. Remember, you are writing about yourself as if you are talking about someone else. You need to create a paragraph with enough sentences to give information and details. -Please read chapter 26 in The Count of Monte Cristo and answer the chapter questions if you have not done so already. Brit Lit: -If you h
Gen. Science (Jan. 31 - Feb. 2)
Tuesday: Week 20 Day 1 Wednesday: Week 20 Day 2 Thursday: Week 20 Day 3 & 4
Anatomy (Jan. 31 - Feb. 2)
Tuesday: On WB p. 96. Above each term, draw and color each part. [hint: plasma is just pale tan liquid] Above each picture, tell what that part does. Write small. Wednesday: none Thursday: Begin studying for test next Thurs. WB p. 97. Write An “Apologia of Faith.” Directions are on p. 131 of textbook. To be read in class next week.
Land Animals (Jan. 31 - Feb. 2)
Tuesday: Add info on WB p. 133 about horses. Wednesday: Notes on WB p. 134-135 on Donkeys & Zebras. Draw your own Zebra stripe pattern in one of the boxes. Thursday: Notes on WB p. 136 on Rhinos & Tapirs
Mrs. Lynn’s Language Arts Classes
January 27, 2023 Both classes need to correct tests and return on Tuesday. Finish the activities on Adjectives that we were working on in class. If you were absent, this is what we are working on: 8th grade- The first section of what is an adjective. Complete 5-1, 5-2, 5-3 and 5-4. 7th grade- Comparing Adjectives 5-4 and 5-5. BOTH CLASSES: Reading is so very important, and most of you groan about the selections in our book, so read what YOU want this weekend. Set a timer a
3rd/4th Grade History (1/27/23)
Good morning....we finished up our chapter on Abraham Lincoln and took our test this week. Now to move on to our next chapter Clara Barton.... a girl!!! All the girls were happy to have another girl to learn about. Please write down the important words on page 165 and read the first section pages 165-167. We did talk about Clara yesterday and said she started the first Red Cross. Please have your child make their own first aid kit. Nothing fancy....they can draw it on paper,
5th Grade MaTH (1/27/23)
Good morning....we are deep into fractions!! It's been a fun chapter so far. The boys are getting a hang of it and seem to enjoy it. Look how multiplications help out!! Please finish lesson 83 pages 207/208 if you didn't in class. Friday Lesson 84 pages 209/210 Monday Lesson 85 pages 211/212 Have a wonderful weekend!!
Mrs. Tulah’s Classes- 1/27
We are already 3 weeks into our third nine weeks. All of my classes have been working hard in the classroom and I am thankful for that. History of the World Make sure you have finished the People from chapter 14 that we worked on in class 2 days. Homework for this weekend answer the Section questions from 15.1 & 15.2 as well as completing The People from 15.. New World History Keep studying the states and capitals (1-25). Finish your notecards for 1-25 Read pages 149-153 and
High School World History
January 27, 2023 Read section 2 in chapter 22. Have you ever thought about what history class is like in other countries? We study American History, but what if you were France? Choose a country from either the Allies or Central Powers. (Not America) This will be the country that you follow through this portion of history. For this weekend research the following about your chosen country: *What was life like prior to WWI? *What caused them to enter WW1? *A summary of a c