Sophia – Monday September 14

Math

  1. Review Previous Lesson
  2. Quiz 3

Language Art’s

  1. Writing a Report – complete lesson

Science

  1. Flowers as State Symbols Project:
    1. Use a reference book, such as an encyclopedia, to complete the three parts of the assignment below.

      1. List of all the flowers that are used as symbols for the states.
      2. Answer these questions:

      What is the flower for the state where you live?

      State:
      Flower:

      What is the state flower for Alaska?

      3. Write a sentence or two to tell why you think God created a world with so much beauty in it.

History

  1. Project: Spices – Complete project
  2. Review  Recent Exploration of Earth 1 and 2 for quiz tomorrow.
  3. Play Interactive Ocean Exploration 
  4. Ocean Exploration History (sign in info)

SPELLING LESSON THREE: THE VOWEL O

account a formal, written record
afford to be able to supply; to have the means
amount quantity
astonish surprise or amaze
boast to speak about one’s self; to brag
choice act of choosing; selection
chores small or odd jobs around the house or farm
cocoa powder made from cacao seeds; powdered chocolate
collar part of clothing that circles the neck
destroy ruin, spoil; put an end to
however nevertheless, yet; in spite of that
loyal faithful
margin a border, edge
noisy making noise
numerals symbols that express a number
owe to have the responsibility to pay
punctuate to add a punctuation mark
shallow not deep
shower a brief rain; a type of bath
sources causes, beginnings

 

Spelling List Two

birch tree with a smooth outer bark
chirping short, sharp sounds of birds
concentrating focusing one’s thoughts
concern to cause attention or interest
cure method of healing treatment
disturbed troubled or unsettled
early soon after the start of something
earnest serious in purpose
earthquake shaking of the earth’s crust
fluency writing or speaking easily
furnace a container inside which heat is produced to warm a building or melt metals
interrupted stopped in the middle
learn to gain knowledge by instruction
nervous highly excitable or uneasy
operator a person who works a machine
phrases short, colorful expressions
research to study to discover facts; search carefully
service a helpful act
squirm to twist the body
sturdy strong or firm
thirsty needing moisture or drink
thirteen number between twelve and fourteen
urged pressed, pushed, or persuaded
vocabulary the words of a language; alphabetized list of words and their definitions