Welcome to Day 7!
Choose a nonfiction book to read or continue with the one you have been reading. Choose a section to focus on and try to find the main idea by reading the beginning and looking at the text features.
Ask yourself, “What are the most important ideas in this part?” You might write this down in your notebook in boxes & bullets format or by writing a sentence like, “I think the main idea might be _____.”
Today, continue working on your information writing. You will want to make sure your writing has a strong beginning that gets readers interested about the topic. Some ideas for creating a strong beginning are:
Paint a picture in your readers mind
Begin with an amazing fun fact!
Ask and Answer a question!
Complete 1-2 lessons in DreamBox and today's problem:
How many pencils in each set? 1 set is 40 pencils
- 10 sets of 40 pencils
- 100 sets of 40 pencils
- 1000 sets of 40 pencils
What patterns do you notice?
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Sometimes empathy means “putting yourself in someone else's shoes”. What does that saying mean?
Watch the Pixar short film Coin Operated.
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.
Listen to a podcast from But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids and draw while you are listening to show what you are hearing and learning.
Write a piece of music for three percussion instruments.
Draw a picture of yourself as an engineer, a person who solves problems by designing, building, or maintaining machines or public works.
In your picture, include the problems you are working to solve.
Watch “Antarctica: Journey to the Bottom of the Earth” and draw a picture that includes at least 5 things you learned.