Ms. Spikes

spikesj@pwcs.edu

Welcome
Hello everyone! I hope you all are well and staying safe. While schools are currently closed students can use www.ixl.com and www.razkids.com. In addition to this website, I will use Class Dojo for updates. If you do not have access to our Class Dojo website, please email me and let me know. Lastly, make sure your child reads for at east 30 minutes a day! 

June 8-12

Subject

Reading

Writing

Math

Social Studies

Science

Monday

All About Chocolate

Level R

 

Razkids.com

Write down 5 interesting facts that you learned about chocolate that you didn’t know before.

Pick 3 desserts that are chocolate (ex: chocolate cake, brownies, etc.)

 

Ask as many people as you can (you can call/text/message friends and family) which dessert they prefer.

Use the table below to record your results using tally marks.

Then turn it into a picture graph. Make sure to include a key!

 

Watch BrainPop video on Energy Sources and complete activities.

 

Click Log In.

Username: Featherstone

Password: Falcon

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Tuesday

All About Chocolate

Level R

 

Take quiz on Raz Kids on the book All About Chocolate.

In this book, you read about how chocolate is made and the history of chocolate. You learned that chocolate has been around for ages and has changed since its first usage by people in South and Central America. How can the discoveries that happened in the past have an effect on society today?

 

Use the information that you gathered yesterday.

Turn it into a bar graph!

 

Then write 3 sentences to describe what you found.

Watch BrainPop video on Martin Luther King JR. and complete activities.

 

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Username: Featherstone

Password: Falcon

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Wednesday

Extreme Animals

Level Q

Raz Kids

Complete the first 2 squares on the worksheet attached.

For each main idea, write 3-4 sentences with supporting details.

 

(Ex: “Fun facts about reptiles”

Write 3-4 facts in complete sentences.)

Complete both math problems.

 

 

Lucas averages 26 points per game in basketball. How many points would he score in 5 games?

 

 

4,027

- 2,334

 

 

For extra help:

 

Multiplication: IXL F,G,H

 

Subtraction:

IXL D

 

Watch BrainPop video on Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and complete activities.

 

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Password: Falcon

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Thursday

Extreme Animals

Level Q

Raz Kids

 

Take Quiz on the book Extreme Animals

Finish the last 2 squares on the worksheet attached.

 

Make sure to write in complete sentences.

Complete both math problems.

 

Ted has 144 pieces of candy. He wants to share them equally between 3 of his friends. How many pieces of candy will each friend get.

 

5,058

-3,672

 

For extra help:

 

Division:

IXL J,K,L

 

Subtraction:

IXL D

Watch BrainPop video Local/State Government and complete activities.

 

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Password: Falcon

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Friday

Read a book of your choice!

Write a letter to a friend or teacher that you are going to miss over the summer.

 

(You can choose whether you want to give it to the teacher/student.)

Choose any topic on IXL that you would like to review today!

 

Watch BrainPop video on Water Cycle and complete activities.

 

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Password: Falcon

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Extreme Animals.pdf

 


 



            
How to login to ixl from home




How to login to Raz Kids from home

Also, students can go to https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html 

 

Directions for Math Origo activities

  1. On the internet, go to https://www.origoeducation.com/athome/.
  2. Scroll down and click on United States.
  3. Scroll down and click on Grade 3.
  4. Click on Week 9.
  5. Click on the day of the week you want.






 

 

 

 

 

 


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