Due Date:
6/17/2018
Subject:
Math
Weekly Assignments for September 1822, 2017
Math: Place Value & Multiply by 2
Place Value Weekly Quiz: Friday, September 22, 2017
Multiply by 2's Test: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Final Place Value Test: Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Multiply by 3's Test: Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Place value Study Guide
Weekly Quizzes will be given
SOL 3.1  The student will
a) Read and write sixdigit numerals and identify the place value and value of each digit;
b) Round whole numbers, 9,999 or less, to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand; and
c) Compare two whole numbers between 0 and 9,999, using symbols (>, <, or =) and words (greater than, less than, or equal to).
Hundred Thousands

Ten Thousands

Thousands

,

Hundreds

Tens

Ones




,




Be able to read & write numbers in different forms: Example:
Standard Form: 564,321
Word Form: five hundred sixtyfour thousand, three hundred twenty one
Expanded Form: 500,000 + 60,000 + 4,000 + 300 + 20 + 1
Be able to name the place & value of numbers:
Example: 45,345= Place: ten thousands Value: 40,000
543 = Place: tens Value: 40
Round numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, & thousands place
Number

Round to Tens

Round to Hundreds

Round to Thousands

64,278

64,280

64,300

64,000

Comparing numbers Be able to tell if a number is greater than, less than, or equal to
Greater Than: 546 > 327
Less Than: 327 < 546
Equal To: 245 = 245
Multiply by 2 Study Guide
2 X 0
0
0 X 2

2 X 1
2
1 X 2

2 X 2
4
2 X 2

2 X 3
6
3 X 2

2 X 4
8
4 X 2

2 X 5
10
5 X 2

2 X 6
12
6 X 2

2 X 7
14
7 X 2

2 X 8
16
8 X 2

2 X 9
18
9 X 2

2 X 10
20
10 X 2

2 X 11
22
11 X 2

2 X 12
24
12 X 2



Social Studies: Maps, Continents, and Oceans (Mrs. Rife's Class)
Maps Study Guide Test: Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Please study a few minutes every night.
3.5 The student will develop map skills by
a) positioning and labeling the seven continents and fiveoceans to create a world map;
b) using the equator and prime meridian to identify the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and WesternHemispheres;
c) locating the countries of Spain, England, and France;
d) locating the regions in the Americas explored by Christopher Columbus (San Salvador in the Bahamas), Juan Ponce de León (near St. Augustine, Florida), Jacques Cartier (near Quebec, Canada), and Christopher Newport (Jamestown, Virginia);
e) locating specific places, usinga simple letternumber grid system.
3.6 The student will read and construct maps, tables, graphs, and/or charts.
Words to know:
o Map a picture of a place from above. Water is blue & land is green on a map.
o All maps have a : Title, Key or Legend, Compass Rose
o A map key or legend has symbols to help read a map.
o Globe a model of the Earth.
o Hemisphere half a sphere (globe) created by the Prime Meridian or the Equator.
o Four Hemispheres: Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere
o Eastern Hemisphere, Western Hemisphere
o Equator imaginary line around the middle of the Earth that divides the globe into the northern and southern hemispheres.
o Prime Meridian an imaginary line that divides the globe in to the eastern and western hemispheres.
o Compass Rose Shows directions on a map.
o Cardinal Directions: North, South, East, & West
o Medial Directions: northeast, southeast, northwest, & southwest
o Regions places that have common characteristics.
o Continent a large mass of land.
o Oceans a large body of salt water.
o Seven Continents: Must label each on a map North America, South America, Europe, Asia Africa, Australia, Antarctica
Oceans: Must label each on a map.
Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean & Arctic Ocean
Label the Equator & Prime Meridian on a map
SOL 3.6: The student will interpret geographic information from maps, tables, graphs, & charts.
Students will:
1. Understand and use a grid map
2. Be able to read a map and follow directions
3. Make and explain bar & pie graphs
4. Draw maps of familiar areas (maps of home & school)
5. Understand and Construct simple charts
6. Label a compass rose with cardinal & medial directions
Reading: Teammates Unit 1Lesson 5
******Test: Friday, September 22, 2017******
1. leagues a group of teams
2. challengeto question the truth of
3. Compete to try to win
4. Opponents a person on the other side
5. Possess to have; to own
6. Series several in a row
7. Responded to answer
8. Equal someone who is at the same level as others
Spelling List
1. knot
2. write
3. phony
4. climb
5. knee
6. graph
7. phase
8. know
9. wreath
10. thumb
11. wrist
12. lamb
13. trophy
14. knife
15. comb
Challenge Words:
16. dolphin
17. wrestle
Teammates Unit 1 Lesson 5
***Test: Friday, September 22, 2017***
· Antonyms: words that have opposite meanings. Example: up/down
· The African American baseball leagues were called: the Negro Leagues
· The baseball leagues for white players were called: Major Leagues
· The players in the Negro Leagues carried their own food because: Some restaurants would not serve them
· Branch Rickey was the general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers
· This selection is mostly about: the first African American player in major league baseball
· Reese was a loyal person
· Jackie Robinson promised not to fight back because he knew fighting would keep African American players out of the Majors.
· Reese stood beside Robinson because Robinson was his teammate.
· The signing of Robinson was known as the great experiment
· Rickey signed Robinson because he wanted the best players and didn’t care about race.
Science: Scientific Investigation (Mrs. Lundy's Class)
Daily homework may be given.