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Morning work for Friday, May 9, 2014
Write a minimum 2 paragraph essay on the topic:
"MY FUTURE"

Morning Work for Thursday, May 8, 2014
No Morning Work....Career Day

Morning Work for Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Rounding Decimals to Whole Numbers (B)

Round the decimal numbers below to the nearest whole number.

74.61   46.75   18.8            43.76

23.58   80.22   90.03   5.98

5.95            57.81   80.73   97.87

25.32   31.42   64.92   99

55.01   20.36   85.06   84.83



Morning Work for Tuesday, May 6, 2014
1. my cousins went two the fairway supermarket for some fruit to

2. she has knowed her classmates neighbors and best friends for a long time

3. has david hitted the baseball yet

4. jamil and me havent never rode on a motorcycle before

5. this is the most friendliest dog i have ever met

6. she gots many presents for christmas this year

7. david has began to email his friend and im repairing my computer

8. mom she growed roses their in the garden

9. the pool in there backyard hasnt no water in it

10. the Company hes working for is krogers

Morning Work for Thursday, May 1, 2014
Correct each sentence (cursive):

1. mother red the wall street journal before she goed to work

2. during the earthquake they feeled the floor shook under there feet

3. me and tom have three pets and they is all dogs

4. is anyone still needs a costume they can get won from the closet

5. uncle franks garden contained onions eggplants and zucchini last year

6. we has drove to san francisco often our grandparents live their

Morning Work for Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Math Problems. Write the problems. Then find the GCF of each pair of numbers. Example: 5, 20

5: 1,5

20: 1,2,4,5,10,20

GCF = 5

1. 25, 30 =             2. 18, 12 =              3. 8, 36 =

4. 10, 16 =             5. 20, 16 =             6. 6, 27 =

 7. 15, 27 =             8. 27, 15 =            9. 12, 18 =



Morning Work for Monday, April 28, 2014
Math problems: Write the number. Then tell if each number is odd or even. Example: 481 = odd because it ends with the digit 1.
1. 846 = 5. 858 =

2. 997 = 6. 875 =

3. 213 = 7. 743 =

4. 523 = 8. 507 =  
Write the number. Then, write the factors for each number: Example 16: 1x16 2x8 4x4 (1,2,4,8,16)

A) 7 B) 8 C) 12 D) 26 E) 18 F) 10  

Morning Work for Friday, April 25, 2014
Math Worksheet (front & back) that was on your desk.

Morning Work for Tuesday - Thursday, April 22 - 24, 2014
CRCT Testing

Morning Work for Monday, April 21, 2014
Write a poem about what it would be like to be a deep-sea diver. Use rhyme to record your feelings and ideas.
Poem has to be at least 12 lines long.

Morning Work for Friday, April 18, 2014
Find the answer:
1. 3.25 + 18.76 + 0.42 + 5 = _____
2. 4.251 - 3.12 = _____
3. 14.5 - 8 = _____
4. 0.2 x 0.3 = _____

Write the decimal as a mixed number OR fraction in LOWEST TERMS
5. 0.85 = ____ 6. 0.15 = _____ 7. 0.03 = _____

Solve:
8. 3 x a = 27; what is a = _____ 9. a / 8 = 9; what does a = _____

Round to the nearest hundredth
10. 14.82963 = _____

Morning Work for Thursday, April 17, 2014
Complete the Reading Sheet that is on your desk. Pg. 151 & 152.
Turn into the Morning Work bin when completed.

Morning Work for Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Use your Social Studies book to assist. Look in the back of your book on pg. R5 (Character Traits). Give an example of a time when you displayed each of the 7 traits listed.List the trait, then give your example.
Again, look on pg. R4 in the back of your Social Studies book.

Morning Work for Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Get a Green/White English book.
Complete the following:
pg. 98 (#1-15)
In cursive. Follow directions exactly!

Morning Work for Monday, April 14, 2014
Complete Reading worksheet that is on your desk.

Morning Work for Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Complete the 2 reading worksheets that were on your desk upon entrance.

Morning Work for Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Choosing the Right Pronoun. Write the sentence with the correct pronoun. Underline your pronoun answer.
1. Neither Mary nor Laura has turned in (her, their) report.
2. Anybody can learn to set up (his, their) own tent.
3. Each of the boys takes care of (his, their) own room.
4. Neither Tom nor Jim can give (his, their) report today.
5. Anyone can join our group if (he, they) is really interested.
6. The team can't play (its, their) best when it's too hot.
7. Either Bill or Tony will lend you (his, their) book.
8. Everyone should do (his, their) best work on the project.
9. George wants to go into politics; he finds (it, them) exciting.
10. Everyone should be in (his, their) seat before the curtain goes up.

Morning Work for Monday, March 31, 2014
Write the sentence. Circle the verb in each sentence.
There is a pair of shoes near the door.
The workmen carried the boxes into the warehouse.
Water filled the tub.
Those gloves are very pretty.
Natalie wants a new notebook.
Rachel told me about her vacation in California.
The teacher seemed confused by the question.
The problems became more difficult further on in the exam.
The copier is out of paper.

Morning Work for Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Find the Value of the Missing Variable (?)
Rule: 7b = f

b
f
3
?
10
?
15
?
Rule: 34 - c = d

c
d
12
?
?
19
8
?
Rule: 4m + 2m = p


m
p
4
?
?
36
9
?




Morning Work for Monday, March 24, 2014
Tables created with variables

Morning Work for Friday, March 21, 2014
Complete Long Division Worksheet #5 only.
You     MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO GET CREDIT!

Morning Work for Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Complete Long Division Worksheet # 3 ONLY!
You MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO GET CREDIT!

Morning Work for Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Complete Long Division Worksheet # 2 ONLY!
You MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO GET CREDIT!

Morning Work for Monday, March 17, 2014
Complete Long Division Worksheet # 1 ONLY!
You MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO GET CREDIT

Morning Work for Friday, March 14, 2014
Morning Work for Friday, March 14, 2014
Complete the reading worksheet
1. "Is slime good to eat?"
2. "Do animals talk?"

Morning Work for Thursday, March 13, 2014
Complete the reading worksheet "How did the Liberty Bell get its crack?"

Morning Work for Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Directions: Write an essay to discuss the following prompt.
Writing Prompt:
Each student in your school has decided to volunteer forty hours of time to improve the community. Explain what work you would do and tell how this work would make a difference in your community.

Morning Work for Tuesday, March 11, 2014
1. For 902,798, what digit is in the ten thousands place?
2. What is 87 + 54 equal to?
3. How many sides does a hexagon have? ____
4. What is the fraction of circles to squares?

circle, square, square, circle, square, circle

5. Round 1,064 to the nearest thousand?
6. Can 192 be evenly divided by 3?
7. 29 x 48 = _____

Morning Work for Friday, March 7, 2014
Complete the reading worksheet that is on your desk.

Morning Work for Thursday, March 6, 2014
Complete the reading worksheet that is on your desk.


Morning Work for Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Please complete the Language Arts worksheet that is on your desk.
When completed, turn into the Morning Work bin.

Morning Work for Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Morning Work for Tuesday, March 4, 2014
First, CLEAN OUT YOUR DESK BEFORE STARTING MORNING WORK.
A Math worksheet is on your desk.
The sheet asks you to figure out what are missing numbers to each problem. The missing numbers should make the question true.
Example: If you multiply us and add 2 to the product, the total is 29. What numbers are we? The answer: 9 and 3
9 x 3 = 27, then you add 2. Your answer becomes 29.

Morning Work for Monday, March 3, 2014
Is On Your Desk. Please complete the worksheet and place in the MW bin when complete.

Morning Work for Friday, February 28, 2014
On your desk is an English/Language Arts packet. You are to put your name on the front page. Then, for today,
you are to answer ONLY questions #11-25. You can circle your answers in packet.
When complete with #11-25, put the entire packet into the Morning Work bin. DO NOT TEAR ANY PAGES OUT!!!

Morning Work for Thursday, February 27, 2014
On your desk is an English/Language Arts packet. You are to put your name on the front page. Then, for today,
you are to answer ONLY questions #1 - 10. You can circle your answers in packet.
When complete with #1-10, put the entire packet into the Morning Work bin. DO NOT TEAR ANY PAGES OUT!!!

Morning Work for Wednesday, February 26, 2014
t=5 m=4 p=3 d=2 b=1

1. b + p - d =___
2. t / b + m = ___
3. (m x p) - d =___
4. (p - b) x (t x m) = ___
5. m / d + (t - b) = ___
6. b + d + p + m + t = ____
7. (t - d) x (m - d) =____
8. 5d = ___
9. 12 / m = ___
10. 4p + 3d + 2b = ___

MorningWork for Tuesday, February 25, 2014
1. 8.15 =_
2. 277.73 =________
3. 6.71 =______
4. 71.04 =__
5. 837.77 =____
6. 663.45 =_____
7. 79.70 =_____
8. 5.84 =_

Morning Work for Monday, February 24, 2014
Noun Town is filled with different people, places, and things.
Directions: Read the sentences below.
Name the places in each sentence. Some places startwith a capital letter because they are special nouns. Write your answers only, in cursive.
1. It was a hot day, so Jane and Ken went down to Popper Pond.
2. On the way to the pond, they saw a house that was empty.
3. As they got close to the house, they saw that is was a barn.
4. The barn was red with a brown horse inside.
5. Jane and Ken hopped on the horse and rode back to the farm.
6. On the way back, they stopped at the Corner Store to get a drink of water.
7. When they got back to the farm, they put the horse in Ken’s bedroom. Ken was happy, but he had to sleep in the barn.

Morning Work for Friday, February 21, 2014
1. I wish I could go to Colorado this summer. _____
2. Please set the table for lunch. _____
3. The vice-president will visit Egypt next week. _____
4. Don't you ever get tired of watching television? _____
5. We bought our car in April, 1975. _____
6. Didn't I meet you at Rainbow Lake last summer? _____
7. Have you ever roasted a turkey? _____
8. Ouch! I burned my finger! _____
9. Turn left at the second stop sign. _____
10. San Marino is the smallest republic in Europe. _____
11. Initial the top right-hand corner of each sheet of paper. _____
12. Richard Martin's short stories have appeared in many magazines. _____
13. Have you ever read The Red Badge of Courage? _____
14. You can't be serious! _____
15. Meet me at seven o'clock in front of the library. _____

Morning Work for Thursday, February 20, 2014
Determine whether each noun is a common noun or a proper noun.
• If the noun is common, write common noun.
• If the noun is proper, re-write the noun using correct capitalization.
1. march
 2.month
3. day
4. tuesday
5. holiday
6. christmas
7.cereal
8. cheerios
9. dr. gomez
 10. doctor

Morning Work for Monday, February 10, 2014 and Tuesday, February 18, 2014
1. Write 2 exclamatory sentences.
2. Write 2 interrogative sentences.
3. Write 2 imperative sentences.
4. Write 2 declarative sentences.
5. Write 1 sentence with a compound subject.
6. Write 1 sentence with a compound predicate.
7. List 2 proper nouns.
8. List 2 adjectives.
9. List 2 verbs.
10. List 2 pronouns.

Morning Work for Friday, February 7, 2014
No Morning Work

Morning Work for Thursday, February 6, 2014
Complete Reading Comprehension worksheet "What is an archer fish?"

Morning Work for Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Complete both reading comprehension sheets:
1.What is the biggest newborn baby animal?
2. What is the Boston Marathon?
When finished, put into the MW bin.

Morning Work for Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Daily Oral Language. Correct each sentence. Please write in cursive.

1. anita dont know how to play the star spangled banner yet
2. theys dog gots mud in his fir from rolling in a mud puddle

3. sherry need a new break on her motorcycle before shell be able to race

4. boy we was sure tired after climbing to the top of pikes peak

5. matt walked nervous to the plate knowing his team would loose  the game if he striked out

Morning Work for Monday, February 3, 2014
Solve for the missing variable:
Your answer should be variable = ____
1. 11 - u = 9
2. 4 x d =12
3. 48 / u = 6
4. m / 9 = 8
5. 8 - r =6
6. 6 + d = 10
7. k x 9 = 81
8. 10 - b = 9
9. 6 / p =3
10. b x 8 = 48

Morning Work for Tuesday, January 28, 2014
1. 45 x 78 =
2. 95 x 35 =
3. 192 x 51 =
4. 278 x 25 =
5. 795 x 98 =
6. ___ - 19 = 48
7. __ + 27 = 103
8. 18 / ___ = 6
9. ___ / 7 = 6
10. ___ x 13 = 107

Morning Work for Monday, January 27, 2014
Change each number from standard form to word form.
1. 8.15 =_
2. 277.73 =________
3. 6.71 =______
4. 71.04 =__
5. 837.77 =____
6. 663.45 =_____
7. 79.70 =_____
8. 5.84 =_

Morning Work for Friday, January 24, 2014
1. For 902,798, what digit is in the ten thousands place?
2. What is 87 + 54 equal to?
3. How many sides does a hexagon have? ____
4. What is the fraction of circles to squares?

circle, square, square, circle, square, circle

5. Round 1,064 to the nearest thousand?
6. Can 192 be evenly divided by 3?
7. 29 x 48 = _____

Morning Work for Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Solve:
1. 47 x 89 = _____
2. 35 x 17 = _____
3. 29 x 44 = _____
4. 26 x 92 = _____
5. 69 x 65 = _____
6. 30 x 71 = _____
7. 129 x 84 =
8. 29 x 75 = _____

Morning Work for Friday, January 17, 2014
English Book pg. 258
Please  complete
A. (#1-4) Follow directions exactly
B. (#5-9) Write a homophone to match the word given

Morning Work for Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Complete the reading comprehension worksheet "What are feral animals?"

Morning Work for Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Please complete the worksheet that is on your desk.
When finished, turn into the Morning Work bin.

Morning Work for Monday, January 13, 2014
In your Reading Practice Book, that is on your desk:
1. Tear out pgs. 5-6
2. Put your name on pg. 6.
3. Complete pg. 6 ONLY!!!!!!
4. Turn into the MW bin when finished.

Morning Work for Friday, January 10, 2014
Reading worksheet (front & back) is on your desk.When complete, turn into the morning work bin.
Then, prepare for Writing

Morning Work for Thursday, January 9, 2014
Solve each problem. Remember to put the RIGHT ending on the end
of your answer. It's either "sq ft" or ft 2", :"sq miles or miles2";etc.
1) A bathroom had a length of 3 feet and a total area of 27 ft2.
What is the width of the bathroom?
2) A restaurant added a new outdoor section that was 8 feet wide
and 6 feet long. What is the area of their new outdoor section?
3) A piece of sheetrock was cut so its length was 5 feet and
its total area was 45 ft2. What is the width of the sheetrock?
4) An island in the Indian Ocean had was 10 miles wide and
3 miles long. What is the area of the island?
5) A rectangle had a length of 8 inches and a width of 7 inches.
What is the area of the rectangle?
6) At the playground, the new sandbox was 3 meters wide and 2 meters long. What is the area of the sandbox?

Morning Work for Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Morning Work is on your desk. Complete the worksheet, and turn it into the Morning Work bin.

Morning Work for Thursday, December 19, 2013
t=5 m=4 p=3 d=2 b=1
1. b + p - d =___
2. t / b + m = ___
3. (m x p) - d =___
4. (p - b) x (t x m) = ___
5. m / d + (t - b) = ___
6. b + d + p + m + t = ____
7. (t - d) x (m - d) =____
8. 5d = ___
9. 12 / m = ___
10. 4p + 3d + 2b = ___

Morning Work for Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Write the word. Then,write Common or Proper on the line next to each noun.

1. restaurant_______
2. SaveMore Groceries______
3. book __________
4. teacher_______
5. Samantha__________
6.lunchbox______
7. Mrs. Walker________
8. eraser _______
9. homework_________
10. Aunt Jane______


Morning Work for Tuesday, December 17, 2013
1. For 902,798, what digit is in the ten thousands place?
2. What is 87 + 54 equal to?
3. How many sides does a hexagon have? ____
4. What is the fraction of circles to squares?

circle, square, square, circle, square, circle

5. Round 1,064 to the nearest thousand?
6. Can 192 be evenly divided by 3?
7. 29 x 48 = _____


Morning work for Monday, December 16, 2013
Solve for the missing variable:
Your answer should be variable = ____
1. 11 - u = 9
2. 4 x d =12
3. 48 / u = 6
4. m / 9 = 8
5. 8 - r =6
6. 6 + d = 10
7. k x 9 = 81
8. 10 - b = 9
9. 6 / p =3
10. b x 8 = 48

Morning Work for Friday, December 13, 2013
On your desk, you should find the following:
1. English/Language Arts sheet - THAT IS YOUR MORNING WORK!
2. Bill of Rights Chart - Put this in your social studies notes folder/file for your own keeping
3. Sheets 3 and 4 are for your information. Please take them home to your parents.

Morning Work for Thursday, December 12, 2013
Solve:
1. 47 x 89 = _____
2. 35 x 17 = _____
3. 29 x 44 = _____
4. 26 x 92 = _____
5. 69 x 65 = _____
6. 30 x 71 = _____
7. 129 x 84 =
8. 29 x 75 = _____

Morning Work for Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Directions: Write each sentence. Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice.
Example: James is nice.

1. The farmers are plowing the field.
2.The saber toothed tiger is a good example of an extinct predator.
3.His broken leg will heal in three months
4.Max wrote the letter.
5.The stern judge ruled that the defendant was not guilty.
6.The storm clouds are getting darker.
7.The letter was written by Max.

Morning Work for Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Write each sentence. Draw a line under the complete predicate. Circle the simple predicate.
Sara picked up a stick from the ground.
1. Jordan slept on the sofa.
2. A tiny mosquito landed on my arm.
3. The gray spider spun a beautiful web.
4. The window in my bedroom blew open.
5. My friends and I played lacrosse in the field behind the school.

Morning Work for Monday, December 9, 2013
1. Round 684 to the nearest hundred. _____
2. 107 + 314 = ____
3. Write an equation for "the product of 12 and 8" ________
4. 7 x 8 = ____
5.. A prime number is a whole number greater than 1 that has only itself and 1 as factors. TRUE or FALSE
6. Write the time 11 hours after 5:00pm. _____
7. 64 / 8 = _____
8. Write the name of the shape
9. What is 203 / 2? 10R3 101R3 101R1

Morning Work for Friday, December 6, 2013
Solve:
1. 3.25 + 18.76 + 0.42 + 5 = _____
2. 4.251 - 3.12 = ______
3. 14.5 - 8 = _____
4. 0.2 x 0.3 = _____
Change from a mixed number to an improper fraction:
5. 2 and 3/4 = _____
6. 3 and 9/10 = _____
Write the decimal as a fraction in lowest terms(simplify):
7. 0.87                 8. 0.03                 9. 4.30
Solve for the variable a:
10. 3 x a = 27; a = _____       11. a / 8 = 9; a = _____

Morning Work for Thursday, December 5, 2013
Tell if each number is odd or even:
1. 416  2. 3,709        3. 95   4. 14,237
Write "sentence" or "fragment" to tell what each is (you don't have to write the sentences):
5. I never get tired of playing with my friends in our neighborhood.
6. Where the playground is down by the school.
7. Game with three balls and a bat.
8. I couldn't believe it when I hit a homeroom yesterday.
9. And the sunlight.
10. My new house was built last year.
11. I sleep in the same room with my sister, and she snores  loudly.

Morning Work for Wednesday, December 4, 2013
The Math worksheet is on your desk. You may use your scratch paper to write on. Staple your scratch paper to the assignment.

Morning Work for Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Directions: Rewrite each sentence. Change the underlined word or words to a pronoun.
1. Sarah made dinner for the whole family.
2. Tyler played tag with Miguel and Ramon.
3. Mr. Cane went to the movies with Mrs. Cane.
4. The house needs a fresh coat of paint.

Morning Work for Friday, November 22, 2013
Directions: Write the sentences and underline the interjection..
Example:Ouch! I was just stung by a bee.   What do you mean that you can’t visit, huh?
1.Hi, I'm glad that you could make it to my party.
2.Wow! You look great tonight.
3.That was the best performance that I have ever seen, bravo!
4.I can’t believe you broke my favorite toy, bah.
5.Hmm, I wonder where I put my keys and wallet?

Morning Work for Wednesday, November 20, 2013 and Thursday, November 21, 2013
Pronoun: A pronoun is a word that is used to take the place of a noun. They make sentences shorter and easier to say.
Example: Jane Renada lives in a haunted house.
Example: She lives in a haunted house.
Directions: Write each sentence. Underline the pronouns in the following sentences.
1) He is on the telephone.
2) We live in Spain.
3) It is on fire!
4) I am the only student in the class.
5) Tennis is a fun sport. I like to play it.
6) Alice lives on 21st street. She is my best friend.
7) What time is it?
8) Although she lives next door, I rarely see her.

Morning Work for Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Change each fraction to a mixed number:
1.      17/3                    2.      22/5                    3.      40/6            4.      47/8            5.      19/2

Change each mixed number to an improper fraction:
6.      7 and 2/8               7.      3 and 2/4               8.      9 and 10/12             9.      18 and 2/3              10.     4 and 12/18


Morning Work for Friday, November 15, 2013
Solve:
1. 8230 + 481 + 367 = ___
2. 24.5 - 18.42 = _____
3. 9.55 x .3 = _____
Compare < , >, =
4.                      3/4                     9/12

5.                      1/2                     7/8
Solve:
6. 4/9 + 3/9 = _____
7. 1/2 + 1/3 = _____ (find common denominators)
8. 25.34 + 16.8 + 20 = _____

Morning Work for Thursday, November 14, 2013
Read each sentence. Draw a line under the complete subject.Circle the simple subject.
1. The angry chef slammed the pots and pans.
2. Every child in town wants that toy.
3. Edward's youngest brother plays the guitar very well.
4. Holly's friend Susan went on a vacation to California.
5. The funny circus clown made us all laugh.
6. The book under the coffee table needs to be returned to the library.
7. The maple tree in the front yard was struck by lightning.

Morning Work for Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Write each sentence. Draw a line under the complete predicate. Circle
the simple predicate.
Example:
Sara picked up a stick from the ground.

1. Sara picked up a stick from the ground.
2. The brown cow grazed in the meadow.
3. Mark sneezed loudly.
4. We played darts in the garage.
5. Marcia baked a chocolate cake in the oven.

Morning work for Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Write each sentence. Draw a line under the complete predicate. Circle
the simple predicate.
Example:
Sara picked up a stick from the ground.

1. Jordan slept on the sofa.
2. A tiny mosquito landed on my arm.
3. The gray spider spun a beautiful web.
4. The window in my bedroom blew open.
5. My friends and I played lacrosse in the field behind the school.

Morning Work for Monday, November 11, 2013
Complete and Simple Predicate worksheet is on your desk.
When completed, turn into the Language Arts Bin.

Morning Work for Friday, November 8, 2013
D.O.L.
Correct each sentence. Place in Morning Work bin when complete.
1. has you ever been to a audition for a play
2. were glad that sammy is on hour team this year
3. allen watch television form 630 to 830 last night
4. them boys rides the bus two school ever day
5. werent their no cookies left
6. why cant jerome never get here on time

Morning Work for Thursday, November 7, 2013
No morning work

Morning Work for Tuesday, November 5, 2013 (same as Friday, Nov. 1, 2013, in case you didn't finish it)
A director replayed 231 of the 1000 scenes filmed for a movie. Write a decimal for the part of the movie the director replayed.

A cylinder is normally 3.4375 cm in diameter. If it is remade to be 0.095 cm larger, what is the new size of the cylinder?

What is the combined thickness of these five shims: 0.008, 0.125, 0.15, 0.185, and 0.005 cm?

Ellen wanted to buy the following items: A DVD player for $49.95, a DVD holder for $19.95 and a personal stereo for $21.95. Does Ellen have enough money to buy all three items if she has $90 with her?

Five swimmers are entered into a competition. Four of the swimmers have had their turns. Their scores are 9.8 s, 9.75 s, 9.79 s, and 9.81 s. What score must the last swimmer get in order to win the competition?

If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.
Morning Work for Monday, November 4, 2013
Morning Work for today was the start of our English period.  pg. 283 (#13-32) out of the English Book.

Morning Work for Friday, November 1, 2013
A director replayed 231 of the 1000 scenes filmed for a movie. Write a decimal for the part of the movie the director replayed.

A cylinder is normally 3.4375 cm in diameter. If it is remade to be 0.095 cm larger, what is the new size of the cylinder?

What is the combined thickness of these five shims: 0.008, 0.125, 0.15, 0.185, and 0.005 cm?

Ellen wanted to buy the following items: A DVD player for $49.95, a DVD holder for $19.95 and a personal stereo for $21.95. Does Ellen have enough money to buy all three items if she has $90 with her?

Five swimmers are entered into a competition. Four of the swimmers have had their turns. Their scores are 9.8 s, 9.75 s, 9.79 s, and 9.81 s. What score must the last swimmer get in order to win the competition?

If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.



Morning Work for Thursday, October 31, 2013
Complete worksheet that is on your desk. (Singular & Plural nouns wksht)

Morning Work for Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Complete worksheet that is on your desk. (Singular & Plural Nouns wksht)

Morning Work for Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Write the irregular plural form of each noun:


1.wish___ 2.wife____
3.elf___ 4.butterfly___
5.family____ 6.shelf____
7.goose____ 8.tomato___
9.flash____ 10dress____
11.box____ 12.bench____

Morning Work for Monday, October 28, 2013
Directions: Write the answers only to each question.
1. Which sentence are you sure has the correct punctuation?
a. When will we be able to go skating
b. It was a beautiful day
c. Don't step on that snake!
d. How does this computer work.

2. Which sentence does not use a comma correctly?
a. Billy will you please takethis note to the school office?
b. Finally, the house was completely painted.
c. In the baby bag are diapers, bottles, food, and some clothes.
d. When you finish eating, please put your dishes in the sink.

3. Which sentence does NOT use capitalization correctly?
a. Easter Island is a small island in the Pacific Ocean.
b. Long ago, people called Polynesians built huge stone statues there.
c. Aunt Daisy and Uncle Vernon went there for a visit in May.
d. They said that the Statues were really awesome.

4. In which sentence is the verb used correctly?
a. I seen that movie last night on television.
b. We was thinking about joining the computer club.
c. The Boy Scouts hiked up the mountain trail.
d. Father has encouraging Jim to try karate.

Morning Work for Friday, October 25, 2013
Directions: You will give an Informational
Writing piece.
Directions: A relative, who has never been
to your school, has asked you for directions to
your school so that he/she can come and eat
lunch with you.
You are to write the directions from
your house to the school. Be as specific as
possible.

Morning Work for Thursday, October 24, 2013
Find the mean(average) of each of these sets of numbers. Remember that you
should follow the steps:
1. add the numbers to get a sum
2. divide the sum by the number of addends
3. the quotient is the mean(average)
Data
1. 9, 9, 7
2. 10, 4, 5, 1
3. 12, 35, 9, 1, 3
4. 9, 3, 5, 6, 5, 8
5. 19, 2, 9, 10

Morning Work for Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Directions: Write each number in standard form.
Example (6 x 100) + (9 x 10) + (4 x 1) = 694
1) (3 x 100000) + (1 x 10000) + (7 x 1000) + (9 x 100) + (1 x 10) + (5 x 1)
2) (5 x 100000) + (6 x 10000) + (2 x 1000) + (9 x 100) + (3 x 10) + (1 x 1)
3) (1 x 100000) + (8 x 10000) + (0 x 1000) + (9 x 100) + (0 x 10) + (7 x 1)
4) (2 x 100000) + (9 x 10000) + (4 x 1000) + (2 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (3 x 1)
5) (6 x 100000) + (9 x 10000) + (0 x 1000) + (5 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (1 x 1)
6) (7 x 100000) + (9 x 10000) + (5 x 1000) + (8 x 100) + (0 x 10) + (8 x 1)

Morning Work for Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Write each number is expanded form:
1. 345.98
2. 1,249.087
3. 49.4
Round each number to the underlined digit
example 49.85 = 49.9 or 49.90
4. 345.98
5. 1249.087
6. 49.4
Compare using <, >, or =
7. 35.5                 53.5
8. 124          124.0
9. 498.43                499.2



Morning Work for Thursday, October 17, 2013
Directions: Write a sentence with each simile given below.
Example A. As hungry as a bear.
Answer: The boy was as hungry as a bear because he didn’t eat breakfast.
1. Smart as a fox
___________________________________________
2. Quick as a cat
___________________________________________
3. Tough as nails
___________________________________________
4. Hard as rock
___________________________________________

Morning Work for Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Daily Oral Language. Correct Each Sentence.

1. during the rainy season in africa rain falls everyday
2. my brother and me need to bye shirts pants socks and shoes for school
3. carlos has did his work correct
4. why did them mooses cross the river so near roberts cabin
5. it don't make no difference since my mom wont let me go with you
6. its obvious you dont have no money to lend me

Morning Work for Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Daily Oral Language. Correctly write each sentence.

1.can you come with my friends and i to central park
2. is adam spending august at lake tahoe or is he staying home
3. were leaving for kansas city kansas on the 6 oclock train
4. mr and mrs valdez has traveled to many countrys around the world
5. take a bath brush youre teeth and ten go to bed
6. cary dont go nowhere but home after school

Morning Work for Friday, October 11, 2013
Complete the "Conflict Resolution" worksheet that is on your desk.
You will need to study this information because you will have a test on this information either on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.

Morning Work for Thursday, October 10, 2013
There was no morning work today.

Morning Work for Wednesday, October 9, 2013
1) I want a new car.
2) James is nice.
3) The sun is moving.
4) Max wrote the letter.
5) The letter was written by Max.
6) The farmers are plowing the field.
7) Billy Reynolds is an amazing baseball player.
8) The storm clouds are getting darker.
9) Dogs, cats, and turtles make the best pets.
10) The stern judge ruled that the defendant was not guilty.

Morning Work for Monday, October 7, 2013
Directions: Solve each problem. You should
write the line graph first, then solve. Answers ONLY!

Georgia - 432.38miles - Louisiana - 643.8miles - Montana - 975.234miles - Nevada - 308.049 - Washington

1. How far is it from Georgia to Montana?

2. What is the distance from Nevada to Georgia?

3. What is the distance from Louisiana to Washington?

4. What is the distance from Washington to Georgia?



Morning Work for Friday, October 4, 2013
Directions:
You are to create a NARRATIVE writing using the following information:
Characters: Mickey Mouse and Superman
Setting: A castle
Conflict: Both want a party in the castle at the same time
Resolution: ???? You create the resolution
Remember to use alot of adjectives in your writing to make it "colorful" to the reader.

Morning Work for Thursday, October 3, 2013
1. 45 x 78 =
2. 95 x 35 =
3. 192 x 51 =
4. 278 x 25 =
5. 795 x 98 =
6. ___ - 19 = 48
7. __ + 27 = 103
8. 18 / ___ = 6
9. ___ / 7 = 6
10. ___ x 13 = 107


Morning Work for Wednesday, October 2, 2013
There was no Morning Work today

Morning Work for Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Complete the Reading Comprehension worksheet "Has anyone ever gone to the North Pole alone?"

Morning Work for Monday, September 30, 2013
Solve each math word problem. You only have to write the answers only!
Ivan is putting books in his bookcase. He has already put 74 books in the bookcase but he has 225 books. How many more books does he have to put in the bookcase?

My grandmother’s age divided by 15 is 5. How old is my grandmother?

There are 369 families that donated $6.00 to the school fundraiser. How much money was donated?

At the bake sale you sold cookies for 5 cents each.You earned $4.50. How many cookies did you sell?

Jade has 1281 baseball cards. Kyle has 1535. IfJade and Kyle combine their baseball cards, how many cards will there be?

Answer___________

At your skating party you noticed 30 legs on the outdoor rink. How many people and dogs are on the outdoor rink?


Morning Work for Friday, September 27, 2013
No Morning Work

Morning Work for Wednesday, September 25, 2013
1. Use your READING practice book.
2. CAREFULLY, tear out pg. 9.
3. Complete the parts of a story on Page 9 ONLY!
4. Turn in your completed work to the morning work bin.
5. Prepare for writing.

Morning Work for Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Reading Practice Book pgs. 258-264. (#1-25)
Write your answers on YOUR OWN paper.
When finished, turn into MW BIN.

 
Morning Work for Monday, September 23, 2013
1. A Reading Practice Book is on your desk.
2. Put your name on the OUTSIDE cover and the INSIDEof the cover.

3. CAREFULLY, tear out pgs. 29-30.
4. Complete those 2 pages.
5. Turn the sheet into the Morning Work Bin.
6. Prepare for WRITING!

 
Morning Work for Friday, September 20, 2013
1. For 902,798, what digit is in the ten thousands place?
2. What is 87 + 54 equal to?
3. How many sides does a hexagon have? ____
4. What is the fraction of circles to squares?

circle, square, square, circle, square, circle

5. Round 1,064 to the nearest thousand?
6. Can 192 be evenly divided by 3?
7. 29 x 48 = _____



Morning Work for Thursday, September 19, 2013
Math worksheet on your desk.

Morning Work for Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Math Worksheet on your desk.

Morning Work for Tuesday, September 17, 2013
There was none.

Morning Work for Friday, September 13, 2013
1. 47 x 89 = _____
2. 35 x 17 = _____
3. 29 x 44 = _____
4. 26 x 92 = _____
5. 69 x 65 = _____
6. 30 x 71 = _____
7. 129 x 84 = _____
8. 29 x 75 = _____



Morning Work for Wednesday, September 11, 2013
1. Round 684 to the nearest hundred. _____
2. 107 + 314 = ____
3. Write an equation for "the product of 12 and 8" ________
4. 7 x 8 = ____
5. A prime number is a whole number greater than 1 that has only itself and 1 as factors. TRUE or FALSE
6. Write the time 11 hours after 5:00pm. _____
7. 64 / 8 = _____
8. Write the name of the shape
9. What is 203 / 2? 10R3 101R3 101R1

Morning Work for Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Directions:  Correct each sentence.
did you ride on won of the paddle boats along the missouri river

my friend katrina moved to seattle washington recently

kelly didn't have no lunch today

will you put all them books on the top shelf

there grandfather baked cookies and the children eight them all

this peace of pizza is two hot too eat

do you want mustard onions pickles or sauerkraut on your hot dog



Morning Work for Monday, September 9, 2013
Complete Reading Worksheet "What are the blues?"
When complete, place in MW bin.

Morning Work for Friday, September 6, 2013
Complete Responsibilities of Citizenship worksheet that is on your desk. When completed, it goes in the
SOCIAL STUDIES BIN

Morning Work for Thursday, September 5, 2013
Directions: Write each sentence. Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice.
1. The farmers are plowing the field.
2.The saber toothed tiger is a good example of an extinct predator.
3.His broken leg will heal in three months
4.Max wrote the letter.
5.The stern judge ruled that the defendant was not guilty.
6.The storm clouds are getting darker.
7.The letter was written by Max.

Morning Work for Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Tell which kingdom they belong to.  You may use your book.
1. Ferns _____
2. Algae _____
3. Spirochetes _____
4. Frogs _____
5. Cactus _____
6. Paramecium _____
7. Bacilli _____
8. Mushrooms ______
9. Whales _____
10. Moss _____


Morning Work for Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Solve Each Math Word Problem
1. Ivan is putting books in his bookcase. He has already put 74 books in the bookcase but he has 225 books. How many more books does he have to put in the bookcase?

2. Amber has 36 smarties to share among herself and 3 friends. How many smarties will each of them receive?

3. Ken gets allowance funds every day. On Monday he gets 1 cent, on Tuesday he gets 2 cents, onWednesday he gets 3 cents, on Thursday he gets 4cents and so on. How much money will he have by

the by the 12th day? 16th day? How did you figure this out?

4. It takes 90 days to save enough money for a new book I want. Estimate how many months that is?

5. Your friends just gave you 12 sparkle markers, now you have 19! How many did you have before your friends gave you 12 more?

6. You picked 8 flowers and your friend picked 17flowers. How many more flowers did your friend pick?




Morning Work for Friday, August 30, 2013
t=5 m=4 p=3 d=2 b=1

1. b + p - d =___
2. t / b + m = ___
3. (m x p) - d =___
4. (p - b) x (t x m) = ___
5. m / d + (t - b) = ___
6. b + d + p + m + t = ____
7. (t - d) x (m - d) =____
8. 5d = ___
9. 12 / m = ___
10. 4p + 3d + 2b = ___

Morning Work for Thursday, August 29, 2013
D.O.L. Correct each sentence. Turn into Morning Work bin when finished.
put corinnes ice skates in that there closet

what time are we we due at miss grissoms recital

werent their no cookies left

why cant jerome never get here on time

allen watch television from 630 to 830 last night

them boys rides the bus

has you ever been to a audition for a play

were glad that sammy is on hour team this year

Morning Work for Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Write the word. Then,write Common or Proper on the line next to each noun.
1. restaurant_______
2. SaveMore Groceries______
3. book __________
4. teacher_______
5. Samantha__________
6.lunchbox______
7. Mrs. Walker________
8. eraser _______
9. homework_________
10. Aunt Jane______
Write 3 common nouns of your own:
1.              2.                      3.
Write 3 proper nouns of your own:
1.              2.                      3.

Morning Work for Tuesday, August 27, 2013
1. Turn in yesterday's morning work on  variables.
2. Then, complete reading worksheet "What is a bandicoot?". Turn it into the Morning  Work bin as well.

Morning Work for Monday, August 26, 2013
Find the Value of the Variable in each equation.
1. 11 - u = 9
2. 4 x d =12
3. 48 / u = 6
4. m / 9 = 8
5. 8 - r =6
6. 6 + d = 10
7. k x 9 = 81
8. 10 - b = 9
9. 6 / p =3
10. b x 8 = 48

Morning Work for Friday, August 23, 2013
Change each number from standard form to word form.
1. 8.15 =_
2. 277.73 =________
3. 6.71 =______
4. 71.04 =__
5. 837.77 =____
6. 663.45 =_____
7. 79.70 =_____
8. 5.84 =_

Morning Work for Thursday, August 22, 2013
D.O.L.
Correct each sentence. Place in Morning Work bin when complete
1. has you ever been to a audition for a play
2. were glad that sammy is on hour team this year
3. allen watch television form 630 to 830 last night
4. them boys rides the bus two school ever day
5. werent their no cookies left
6. why cant jerome never get here on time


Morning Work for Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Scientists have just discovered people on Neptune. There are 3 villages, 2 cities and 1 super city on Neptune. These are the populations in 1994 and 1996.      1994    1996
Eilosa                                                                                         129             204
Vertu                                                                                  308             292
Pridi                                                                                  90              50
Dedrun                                                                                         500             600
Antran                                                                                         700             693
Maran 1200 1500
List the places in order of increasing size in 1994 and 1996.
In which year was the population of the planet greater?

If Jane is older than Kim, Kim is older than Shawn. Shawn is younger than Jane and Rachel is older than Jane. List the people from oldest to youngest.

A man has to be at work by 9:00 a.m. and it takes him 15 minutes to get dressed, 20 minutes to eat and 35 minutes to walk to work. What time should he get up?

Morning Work for Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Tell if each number is odd or even:
1. 416          2. 3,709                3. 95           4. 14,237
Write "sentence" or "fragment" to tell what each is (you don't have to write the sentences):
5. I never get tired of playing with my friends in our neighborhood.
6. Where the playground is down by the school.
7. Game with three balls and a bat.
8. I couldn't believe it when I hit a homeroom yesterday.
9. And the sunlight.
10. My new house was built last year.
11. I sleep in the same room with my sister, and she snores  loudly.

Morning Work for Monday, August 19, 2013
Complete the worksheet that is on your desk.
When finished, turn it into the Morning Work Bin.

Morning Work for Friday, August 16, 2013
You are to complete the 2 reading worksheets that are on your desk. They are entitled,
1. "Why are deserts growing?"
2. "What is the praying mantis?"

Morning Work for Thursday, August 15, 2013 D.O.L.
Directions: Correct each sentence. Look for capitalization,
spelling, verb usage, and punctuation mistakes. When finished, turn into Morning Work Bin.
Example:
Wrong: my cousins went two the fairway supermarket for some fruit to
Correct: My cousins went to the Fairway Supermarket for some fruit too.
1. she has knowed her classmates neighbors and best friends for a long time
2. has maria hitted the baseball yet
3. jamil and me havent never rode on a motorcycle before
4. this is the most friendliest dog i have ever met

Morning Work for Wednesday, August 14, 2013
You are to complete the 2 reading worksheets that are on your desk. They are entitled,
1. "Why do groundhogs dig up fields?"
2. "How do they get ships into bottles?"
When finished, place in the Morning Work Bin, go get your writing journal/notebook out of the bin and wait quietly for further directions. You might want to practice saying your poem to yourself in your mind. We will begin writing around 8:05am.

Morning Work for Tuesday, August 13, 2013
1. Complete the reading worksheet entitled, "What Is A Barn Raising?"
When finished, turn into the Morning Work Bin (located on the counter in
white). Then, complete the second assignment below.
2. You have now had a chance to learn a little about me. Now, I need for you to tell me about yourself. Your task: Write the top 10 things that you want me to know about you as a person, and as a learner.
Put your list in numerical order (#1-10), and write your responses in complete sentences, with correct punctuation. When finished, turn into Morning Work Bin.

Morning Work for Monday, August 12, 2013
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

1.      complete the Reading sheet entitled, "Are Fairy Shrimp Real?"
2.      complete the crossword puzzle

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