Welcome to Day 8!
Nonfiction readers figure out smaller ideas by pausing as they read to consider what each smaller section is mostly about. Choose a nonfiction book to read or continue with the one you have been reading.
As you read, pause at the end of a section and ask: “What was this part of the text mostly about?” Jot your thinking in your notebook.
Today, write an ending that reminds readers of the main ideas and big topics you taught in your information writing.
Complete 1-2 lessons in DreamBox and today's problem:
The apple orchard had 10 times as many apples this year compared to last year. This year they had 600 apples.
How many apples did the apple orchard have last year? Show how you figured it out.
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Watch the Pixar short film La Luna.
How did this film make you feel? What do you think the message or theme of this story is? What did the character(s) learn? Draw, write, or act out your own story that is similar.
It is important to be kind to yourself as well as others. List 5 ways you can be kind to yourself.
Create a chores bingo board and try to get bingo by helping out at home!
Look up and listen to a song that came out the year you were born.
Listen to the sounds that different animals make and write down three questions you have about sounds animals make.
Share your questions with a friend or family member.
Watch the video on Rights and Responsibilities. Make a poster that shows some of your rights and your responsibilities at school.