The summer math assignment is to complete a math skills workbook from. Do you see more rectangles than triangles? You can make 9 5 and 4 and your opponent can make 9 Ace and 8 or 11 8 and 3. How much time passes in the story — a day? We encourage your child to complete at least 15 math days each month. Which player is closest to 10? See directions Add up all the pairs. Would you use the same strategy the next time you play? The River by Gary Paulsen Because of his success surviving alone in the wilderness for 54 days, fifteen-year-old Brian, profoundly changed by his time in the wild, is asked to undergo a similar experience to help scientists learn more about the psychology of survival. Find a collection at home and sort it.
This is a challenging problem for first graders and can be presented as a brainteaser. Sixth Grade Skills Sentence types Subject and predicate Direct and indirect object Sentences, fragments, and run-ons Common and proper nouns Possessive nouns Pronouns and antecedents Possessive pronouns Linking verbs Transitive and intransitive verbs Adjectives Adverbs Adjectives and adverbs Prepositions Coordinating conjunctions Subordinating conjunctions Seventh Grade Skills Apostrophes Sentence types Subject and predicate Direct and indirect object Sentences, fragments, and run-ons Phrases and clauses Vague pronoun references Pronouns Adverbs Adjectives and adverbs Eighth Grade Skills Apostrophes Sentence types Subject and predicate Direct and indirect object Sentences, fragments, and run-ons Vague pronoun references Pronouns Adjectives Adverbs Adjectives and adverbs Maclay School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. T e n s Go Fi sh Remove the face cards from a deck of cards. The player with the largest sum keeps all four cards. Did you count to more or less than 100? The main character is called the protagonist.
It can be useful for giving the students practice in recognizing squares In addition to the nine small squares, there are four 2 by 2 squares shown below , and one 3 by 3 square, for a total of 14 squares. June 3 The purpose of this task is to give students an opportunity to compose and decompose squares. What could the question possibly be? Draw and color an illustration that represents the book. Remember an Ace is the same as 1. The Setting is the time and place of the story. Think about the types of conflict to help: Person vs.
The Plot is what happens. In August, share your Math Journal with your second grade teacher. Rising Sixth Grade Requirements Same for 5th grade Spring Book Cards Assignment Read onebook from the appropriate grade level list and complete the book cards. Each player looks for cards that make 10, and they draw new cards from the deck to replace them. Does it take place in another country or in an imaginary place? Look for items shaped like a square, rectangle, and a triangle.
How many blows will it take to get to 100? How is it demonstrated in the story? How many are left over? From math and creative writing to coloring, our offer engaging ways to stay sharp over summer vacation. Compare the results by looking at how many more like one type of pizza. From creative writing to summer sports, kids will learn summer vocabulary—and get a leg up on the next school year. Students entering grades 2-8 are required to complete a summer math and reading assignment. Compare Remove the face cards from a deck of cards.
Who are the other important characters? What things lead up to it? Players take turns asking each other for a card that will make 10 with a card from their hand. Record your data in a chart or graph. Third Grade Summer Worksheets and Printables Summer vacation doesn't have to mean a lapse in learning. The Conflict is the problem in the story? Choose one to explain for the conflict in the book. Make a bar graph and compare the categories.
What happens as a result? How does the story end? Close to 20 Remove the face cards from a deck of cards. The math practice in this summer packet address es 4 critical areas in grade 1: 1. The Characters are who the story is about. Grade 2 Answer Key 2014 Answers will vary for many of the activities depending on the choices students make. Would you use the same strategy the next time you play? Draw and label the items.
Studies have shown that reading over the summer helps students retain reading and learning skills during the long break from school. Pass out all cards in the deck among all of the players. See directions Add up all the pairs. Record your work in your math journal every day. For rising kindergarten, below is a links to summer reading suggestions, helpful tips, and activities to go over this summer with your child. Show 1 hand and have an adult figure out how many are hiding. Please bring your journal to your second grade teacher on the first day of school.