By Pat Alvord, Marjorie Frank, Kathleen Bullock
This day-by-day perform sequence is helping your scholars use their talents, so that they wont lose them. There are 5 difficulties an afternoon, on a daily basis for 36 weeks. The perform actions are organize in a spiraling scope and series in order that scholars perform talents at standard durations. each one weeks difficulties are in line with a grade-level applicable subject so each time a ability indicates up, it has a brand new context requiring scholars to dig into their thoughts, keep in mind what they be aware of, and use it on a brand new scenario.
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1. Gather some crayons or makers. 2. Draw a pizza crust on the dotted line. 3. Draw 9 pieces of pepperoni on one half and 14 mushroom pieces on the other half. 4. Add 5 shrimp to the half with the mushrooms. 5. Use a yellow crayon or marker to add sprinkles of shredded cheese on the whole pizza. 6. Use red to color the sauce in all the empty spaces on the whole pizza, leaving a half-inch of crust on the edge. 7. Use a black crayon or marker to show that your pizza is cut into 6 slices. WRITE Use this pizza slice graphic organizer to collect ideas that would help you (or someone else) write a description of a pizzaeating experience.
Which word is least likely to be used to describe a shark? sleek amorous carnivorous massive TUESDAY WEEK 13 ____________________________________LANGUAGE PRACTICE Name 1. Draw one line under the subject. Draw two lines under the predicate. Jordan watched two National Geographic movies about sharks. 2. Classify the words coarse velvety soft bristly 5. Compare the two fish. Describe how they are alike and different. into two groups. smooth abrasive rough downy 3. Spell each word correctly. restrant seprate spagetti 4.
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Daily Language Practice 5th Grade: Use It! Don't Lose It! by Pat Alvord, Marjorie Frank, Kathleen Bullock