Reading - On page 50 of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod Crane is having a great night and thinks it can’t get any better, but the author says “In fact, it was about to get much worse.” In your RRJ, make a prediction about how you think it was about to get worse. What bad things do you think might happen to Ichabod? Read to find out if your predictions were correct.
By Monday you should have finished this book.
Math – we will be having a test next Wednesday on place value, ordering numbers greatest to least and least to greatest, and using the symbols
Social Studies – workbook pages 3 and 4.
Wednesday Homework -
Reading - Read chapters 5 and 7 of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. If it doesn't take the full 15 minutes, you can read from your regular book. Enter on log.
Writing - In your Writer's Notebook, list 6-12 possible ideas for your spooky story. Remember they should be somehow related to the poster you are doing for art and should involve the Hudson River/Hudson River Valley in some way.
Math - Daily Homework Practice Book - page 5
Tuesday Homework -
Reading - Read chapters 3 and 4 of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. If it doesn't take the full 15 minutes, you can read from your regular book. Enter on log.
Response - Do both in RRJ:
1) Good readers set a purpose for reading. Our purpose in reading The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is to see how the author used Hudson River landmarks, places etc. to write a spooky story. After you have read chapters 3 and 4, go back to Chapter1 and look at all 4 chapters for examples of how Washington Irving used details about the Hudson River Valley to make his story come alive. List some of those details (and the page number) in your RRJ.
2) Based on what you read in Chapter 3, draw a picture of wh at you think Ichabod Crane looks like.
Math - sheet (There are 2 different sheets. You should have the one based on your progress today)
Spelling - test tomorrow
Reader's Theater - practice your script