Write down homophones: lead/led and break/brake in your notebook (you may want to pause the video to copy down words and meaning or they are listed below).
Write down: What does “ea” say? in notebook and list the 3 sound that ea says
Write down: What Says long /e/ in notebook and list all the spelling options for long e
Watch cursive letter Y and Z video
Cursive uppercase Y https://youtu.be/JGFw9fj6dbg Cursive uppercase Z https://youtu.be/y8z4D9NfX9E Write each letter 10x in your notebook and circle your best one. ***PARENTS*** Please take a picture of each of the following pages in their notebook: the homophone page with all 6 homophones, the page that has the letter sounds(what does /?/ say), and the cursive page with the uppercase letters, U, V, Y and Z (they should be written 10 times each). Write in notebooks: homophones and spelling options for long /e/ and the 3 sounds that ea makes in your notebooks Under the Homophones section in your notebook led - one or more people who followed lead - a soft, dense type of metal break - something that separated into two or more pieces unexpectedly, or to get a rest brake - the part of a vehicle that slows it down or stops it
Label the heading for What does /ea/ say?In your notebook ea - steak long /a/ea - eat long/e/ea - bread short /e/
Label the heading for What says /e/?In your notebook e - me e-e - Pete y - baby i - champion ee - jeep ea - eat ey - key ei-ceiling ie-piece
Science Today, we will quickly review the parts of plant, photosynthesis, and pollination by watching two BrainPop videos. Many of you have already watched both of the videos in class, but they will refresh your memory and prepare you for the quiz that you will take after watching them.
The BrainPOP information you will need: Username: riverbank.charter Password: riverbank
Go to https://quizizz.com/join Type in this game code (122805) into the box that says “Enter a game code”. Then click the purple “Join” button, enter your name, and take the quiz. Have fun, but do your best. This is a grade :)
Writing lease continue to work on your essays. All of you should have started by now, and many of you have already written a lot! If you need help, there is an outline that is posted on Google Classroom. It's under classwork titled "An Outline for Writing Your Compare and Contrast Essay." This is not extra work, but a tool to help you!
If you already "finished", you still need to go back and edit your work (check for spelling mistakes and grammar errors, or read it out loud to someone to see if all of your sentences make sense). Mr. Hunter already posted some individual comments on your essays in 3A--if you started writing. The teachers will add some comments to 3B today :)