Assignments

  • Remote Learning Week 10:  Week of May 25th

    There is no group google meet this week.  We will resume next week as usual.

    This week is "catch up" week.  Please use this time to get caught up with any assignments that you have not finished.  All assignments are still posted.  If you are finished with your assignments to date--you can teach your family how to play Bus Stop.  I have included the directions and the Bus Stop sheet to write on.  Use this game to practice your brainstorming skills and adapt it to fit your family's interests!  Have fun! If you turn in missing work, that will count as this week's assignment or you can message me to tell me that you played Bus Stop. 

     

    Bus Stop DIrections

    Bus Stop Playing Sheet

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  • Remote Learning Week 9:  Week of May 18th

    Chocolate Caper Pg. 36 Suspects’ Appearances- Use the clues to determine the color of hair and eye color of each suspect
    Chocolate Caper Pg. 39 Identifying Marks- Use the clues to find out the suspects’ identifying marks and what the suspects were wearing.
    We are getting very close to solving the mystery!
    You can work in your ALPS books or use the documents provided below. I tried something different with the documents this week.  Make a copy for yourself and rename it before you type on it! I hope it's easier!! 🤞

    Suspects' Appearances

    Identifying Marks

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  • Remote Learning Week 8:  Week of May 11th

    Your assignment this week is in your Warm Up books on pg. 19.  Use your brainstorming skills to add two or more O's to each set of letters to form a word.  Please do not use dictionaries, use brain power!  See how many you can solve!  You may work in your booklets or use the document below.

    "O" No Document

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  • Remote Learning Week 7:  Week of May 4th

    Secret Messages:  Read Chocolate Caper pg. 33 or the document below carefully to learn about a secret message that was found in the story.  Think about the case...  Then, read pg. 34 or the document below to learn one way to decode a secret message.  The third document goes along with pg. 34 and will show you how to make the decoder.  Finally, pg. 35 or the document below contains the actual secret message from the story.  Try your luck at decoding it and think about its possible meaning.  

    Chocolate Caper pg. 33

    Chocolate Caper pg. 34

    Sample Decoding Tool

    Chocolate Caper pg. 35

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  • Remote Learning Week 6:  Week of April 27th

    It's time to get back to the Chocolate Caper!  If you brought your binders home, you can complete the logic puzzles on pgs. 31 and 32.  You will find out what each suspect's second alibi was and which witness saw them to prove they were there.  If you don't have your books you can use the documents below to work on.  Remember to use X for yes and O for no.  If you are working in your book, it might be easiest to transfer your answers onto the documents so you can turn them in, otherwise you can send me a picture of your completed puzzles.

    Second Alibi Pg. 31

    Witnesses pg. 32

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  • Remote Learning Week 5:  Week of April 20th

    How does your brain learn?  Does your brain un-learn information?  Can your brain re-learn information?  View the video below and think about how you learn.  Complete the response document when you are finished.

    Backwards Brain Bicycle Video

    Backwards Brain Bicycle Response Document:  Make a copy for yourself before you edit this document.

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  • Remote Learning Week 4:  Week of April 13th

    Wonderopolis! Use this website and search wonder #2301 by entering it in the search bar on the main screen. Read the article completely and take the online quiz. Reread the article if necessary. Complete the Wonderopolis Reading Response when you are finished.

    Woderopolis

    Wonderopolis Reading Response

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  • REMOTE LEARNING ASSIGNMENT WEEK 3: Week of March 30th


    Time to take a virtual trip! Using the Pebble Go website below, visit a state you have never been to. Click on the States icon and choose your state. Follow along and learn all about the state you have chosen and complete the State Fact Sheet.

     

    State Facts Worksheet

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  • Team ALPS

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    colored pencils

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