Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

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Kipling Elementary School is a Chicago Public School educating students from Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Homework (Sorry this is late) Third Grade 10/20-10/24

HOMEWORK             ROOM 106         Third Grade        MRS. KELLEY            Week of 10/20-10/24/2014

FIELD TRIP TO MSI IS FRIDAY, WE WILL LEAVE AT 9:00 – Students need a lunch.

 MATH

MONDAY- p. 53  1-14

TUESDAY-  See Technology Requirements **

WEDNESDAY-  Read p. 56 p.  57  7-18

THURSDAY- See Technology Requirements **

FRIDAY-    p 64  5-15 and 65 1-6

TECHNOLOGY    ** All tech. components should be completed by Saturday, October 25th at 5:00p.m. 

IXL  www.ixl.com   Complete 30 minutes this week. (Work on completing as many A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s, E’s, F’s, G’s, and H’s as you can.)

Compass    www.thelearningodyssey.com Complete 30 math minutes this week.

SCIENCE-

Vocabulary

water               vapor                groundwater               wetland           evaporation                 condensation               water cycle                  precipitation

Monday- Read pp. 231-233 in the Science Packet  Answer the questions in the packet. (You do not need to do the experiments.)

Tuesday- Read pp. 234-235 in the Science Packet Answer the questions in the packet. (You do not need to do the experiments.)

Wednesday- Read pp. 236-237 in the Science Packet Answer the questions in the packet. (You do not need to do the experiments.)

Thursday- Read pp. 238-239in the Science Packet Answer the questions in the packet. (You do not need to do the experiments.)

Friday- Read pp. 240-241 in the Science Packet Answer the questions in the packet. (You do not need to do the experiments.)  Study for your test.

You will have a Science test next Monday, October 27th. The test will include the vocabulary above, any information we have covered in class, and the packet you have for homework this week. 

**PARENTS- We have read the chapter in our science books and spent a lot of time talking, demonstrating, and experimenting with the Water and The Water Cycle. The packet for homework is review.  If your child has been paying attention in class and reads and understands the homework packet they will be fully prepared for the test. 

:124�;ih%� @J:115%;font-family:"Times New Roman","serif"'>**PARENTS- We have read the chapter and spent a lot of time talking, demonstrating, and experimenting with the concepts of matter, density, solubility, and physical vs. chemical change. The packet for homework is review.  If your child has been paying attention in class and reads and understands the homework packet they will be fully prepared for the test.  Students have been told that although the homework isn’t “checked” daily, that it will be obvious by their test score whether they did it or not.