Welcome to Day 6!
Choose a nonfiction book to read or continue with the one you have been reading. As you read, ask yourself these questions and jot the answers in your notebook.
- “Who or what is this about?”
- ”What is happening in this part?”
- ”What have I learned so far?”
Writers pay attention to one thing as they edit- paragraphs. They make sure that every sentence inside a paragraph fits together.
Today, look back at the work you have done:
- Is your writing organized?
- Are the different parts and topics of your writing grouped in paragraphs?
- Does every sentence in the paragraph fit together?
- Would your writing make sense to a reader?
Mark places that need to be revised, and focus on those parts today.
Complete 1-2 lessons in DreamBox and today's problem:
Juan and Renaldo each have a 4-digit number that contains the digits 3, 7, 1, and 5. Juan’s number is larger.
What could Juan and Renaldo’s numbers be? What are two other numbers they could be?
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Watch the Pixar short film Dustin.
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.
List one strength of yours starting with each letter of your name.
Challenge- Do your whole name!
With an adult’s help, cook something today that you can enjoy eating together.
Find out the birthday of a famous composer and make them a card.
What is a community? Watch Getting to Know Your Community to find out.
Use words and pictures to tell about the people and places in your community.