Today you have 5 assignments.
First, you will learn about mapping. We will use ReadWorks Digital, which is like the articles we’ve been reading in class. Go HERE and use your Google (kiheicharter.org) account and the class code K7PFQB and then go to Assignments to read about Maps.
- Read all the short articles by clicking on each of the titles.
- Answer the Book of Knowledge question
- Then, in your journal, write a sentence about where you live! Start small (like your room) and go HUGE!
- My example: I live in the master bedroom in a house on Halili Lane, in North Kihei, in Maui, in Hawaii, in USA, on planet Earth! (Can you make yours longer?)
- We will have a Skype challenge with a another class tomorrow so remember what you learned!
Next, read THIS short article and listen to one version of the song Aloha ‘Oe.
- In your journal, on the second half of the page you used above, write a short summary of the article and what you liked about the song you chose. Write at least 4 sentences.
- Read the lyrics and try to learn some of them. We will be learning this song on the ukulele!
Third, research about your Makahiki Game. Search for it on Google and read as much as you can about it.
Some words to use to research:
- Makahiki games
- Makahiki YOUR GAME’S NAME (be sure to search using the way it is written below)
- YOUR GAME’S NAME
- What is Makahiki?
- How was the game invented?
- How do you play the game?
- What materials do you need for the game?
- ʻōʻō ihe (spear throwing) - TC, SP, VP, AS
- Konane (checkers) - FF, CH, WP, KS
- ‘Ulu maika (bowling) - IN, EM, CA, AW, TL
- Hukihuki (tug of war) - ST, KW, RK, AM
Fourth, complete lessons T6, T7, U1, and U2 on IXL Math about decimals on number lines and adding and subtracting decimals.
Last, listen to THIS song and study THESE flashcards about energy. We will take a quiz about renewable and nonrenewable energy.
With any remaining time, work on iReady reading! You should be working on this all week and 60 minutes is due on Sunday but because I posted this late, I will grade you easier on Tuesday.
Also study your spelling words!
See you tomorrow!