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Weekly Homework Packet Week 9- Week of October 7th


Instructions: All homework pages for the week of October 7th are in this packet. You must complete all of the pages and return the entire completed packet on Wednesday, October 10th. Please do not un-staple your packet. Keep all of the work how it is so you may turn it in as a whole packet. Here is this weeks calendar along with the spelling list. http://teachersites.schoolworld.com/webpages/ACartwright/index.cfm
Word Study

Base Words and Endings Suffixes: -y, -ish, -hood, -ment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. rocky foolish rainy childhood selfish treatment movement neighborhood childish parenthood crunchy bumpy payment sleepy shipment assignment livelihood stylish environment guilty

Our Standards This Week Math


3.OA.1 - I know that in multiplication the x symbol means groups of, so 5x3 means 5 groups of 3.. 3.OA.3 I can use many different strategies to figure out multiplication and division word problems. *tables, arrays, pictures, number lines, fact families, missing numbers 3.OA.5 I can use properties of multiplication and division. 0x5=75x0 (Zero Property of Multiplication; 1x6=6x1=6 (Identity Property of Multiplication; 3x4=4x3 (Commutative Property of Multiplication). I can decompose numbers to use the Distributive Property of Multiplication. 7 x 8 = ?. I can branch 7 into a 5 and 2, and get the answer by multiplying 5 x 8 = 40 and 2 x 8 = 16 and adding the two products together to get 56. 3.OA.9 I can identify patterns between numbers in addition. I can identify patterns between numbers using an addition table. I can identify patterns between numbers in multiplication. I can identify patterns between numbers using a multiplication table.

English/Language Arts
RI3.1 National Geographic Explorer magazine, other texts as needed o I can answer questions about an informational text. This means I can look back at the text to find my answer. I can ask questions about an informational text. RI3.2 National Geographic Explorer magazine, other texts as needed o I can answer questions about a story. This means I can look back at the text and find my answers. o I can explain how details support the main idea. Ic an determine the main idea of a text. I can find key details. RI3.4 o I can determine the meaning of words or phrases in informational text about a specific topic. RF.3.3(a) Suffixes y, -ish, -ment, -hood o I can read words with suffixes. L.3.2(e) Suffixes y, -ish, -ment, -hood o I can add suffixes to base words.

Homework Schedule:

Students will read the weekly spelling list for decoding practice on Wednesday, th October 9 . Students will add suffixes to base words. Students will answer questions about our texts and other informational texts on th Wednesday, October 9 .

Every Night: Nightly Reading, study Rocket Math facts (completed Rocket Math pages should come home daily). Monday: Drops in a Bucket #8 Tuesday: Context Clues Practice Page Wednesday: Weekly Journal and Daily Reflection signed and returned on Tuesday Thursday: Fall Break No School Friday: Fall Break No School Monday: Fall Break No School