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Morning Work Feb. 17th Poetry 3.Which fraction is in simplest form? A.9/20B. 7/35C. 9/21D. 14/28 2. Of the students in Mr. Chris’s class 11/24 of them ride a car to school. Another 3/8 of them ride the bus. What fraction more of the students ride a car to school? A. 1/6B. 5/24C. 1/12D. 1/8 Math 1.What is the function of the skeletal system? A: support the body B: give the body shape C: work with muscles to move the body D: all of the above 2. A ___________ is a place where two or more bones meet. A: joint B: muscle C: organ Science. I didn't go camping. I didn't go hiking. I didn't go fishing. I didn't go biking. I didn't go play on the slides at the park. I didn't watch shooting stars way after dark. I didn't play baseball or soccer outside. I didn't go on an amusement park ride. I didn't throw Frisbees. I didn't fly kites, or have any travels, or see any sights. I didn't watch movies with blockbuster crowds, or lay on the front lawn and look at the clouds. I didn't go swimming at pools or beaches, or visit an orchard and pick a few peaches. I didn't become a guitarist or drummer, but, boy, I played plenty of Minecraft this summer.

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Morning Work February 18th Poetry 1. My sister and I ate some of a chocolate bar. She ate 1/4 of it and I ate 5/8 of it. How much of the chocolate bar did we eat? A. 4/10 of a chocolate bar B. 7/8 of a chocolate bar C. 4/8 of a chocolate bar 2. My dad was painting our living room. He started with 7/10 of a can of paint. He used 1/4 of the can. How much paint did he have left? A. 9/20 of a can of paint B. 1/8 of a can of paint C. 38/40 of a can of paint Math 1. Decomposer, Producer or Consumer? a. Mushroomf. Bacteria b. Koala Bear g. Basking Shark c. Clownfishh. Eucalyptus Leaves d.Cantaloupe Plant i. Ms. Sonntag e. Miley Cyrusj. Spider 2. Bears and foxes that live in warm areas usually have dark-colored fur. Polar bears and arctic foxes that live in cold places have white fur because it helps them— Afind prey. Bswim fast. Cfind berries. Dhide from predators. Science maggie and milly and molly and may maggie and millie and molly and may went down to the beach to play (one day) and maggie discovered a shell that sang so sweetly she couldn’t remember her troubles, and milly befriended a stranded star whose rays five languid fingers were; and molly was chased by a horrible thing which raced sideways while blowing bubbles: and may came home with a smooth round stone as small as a world and as large as alone. For whatever we lost(like a you or a me) it’s always ourselves we find in the sea ~E.E. Cummings

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Morning Work Feb. 19 th Poetry 1. My dad was painting our living room. He started with 7/10 of a can of paint. He used 1/4 of the can. How much paint did he have left? A. 9/20 of a can of paint B. 1/8 of a can of paint C. 38/40 of a can of paint 2. Jennie spent 2/5 of her allowance on a new book and 3/8 of her allowance on some pencils. How much of her allowance did she spend? A. 5/13 of her allowance B. 41/40 of her allowance C. 31/40 of her allowance Math Science 1 Which of the following adaptations would probably help a plant survive in the desert? A. The ability to store water for long periods of time B. Having large, green leaves to absorb more sunlight C. The ability to change colors during different seasons D. Having roots close to the surface to take in more water 2. The esophagus is a part of the ___________________ a. circulatory system b. digestive system c. respiratory system d. skeletal system A Short Story The ant climbs up a trunk carrying a petal on its back; and if you look closely that petal is as big as a house especially compared to the ant that carries it so olympically. You ask me: Why couldn’t I carry a petal twice as big as my body and my head? Ah, but you can, little girl, But not petals from a dahlia, Rather boxes full of thoughts And load of magic hours, and A wagon of clear dreams, and A big castle with its fairies: All the petals that form the soul of A little girl who speaks and speaks…! ~David Escobar Galindo

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Morning Work Feb. 20 th 1.) Read the poem below. The write two thoughts you would like to share with the class about the poem. 2.) Answer the science question. Write an explanation to defend your answers. 3.) Solve/answer the math problems. Poetry 1. Susan uses gallon of water to water her tomato plants and gallon of water to water her pepper plants. How much water did Susan use to water both the tomatoes and peppers? Math Science. A student makes a model of the water system. Below is the process: A bowl of water sits in a tank A light hits the water and turns the water to gas The water gathers on the lid of the tank and forms a fog The fog turns to water drops and fall to the bowl again What step of the water cycle is represented in step 3 of this model? 1.Condensation 2.Evaporation 3. Precipitation 2. Mr. Morris built a fence to enclose his yard. He put up of the fence on Monday. On Tuesday, he put up of the fence, and on Wednesday, he put up the rest of the fence. What portion of the fence did he put up on Wednesday? 2.. Which of the following is true for all living things? a.They move b. They make energy c. They have hair d. They can breathe

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Morning Work Feb. 24 th Poetry 1 My mom makes “healthy” brownies. She uses 1 2 / 3 cups of white flower and 2 1 / 8 cups of wheat flour. How much flour does she use to make the brownies? A / 24 cups of flour B. 3 3 / 11 cups of flour C. 4 ½ cups of flour Math 2. Voluntary movements are things like a. Breathing b. Coughing c. Digestingd. Walking. 2. Mary volunteered 3 2 / 3 hours on Monday, 5 hours on Tuesday, and 2 1 / 12 hours on Wednesday. How many more hours must she work to meet her weekly goal of 15 hours? A. 10 ¾ hours B. 4 ¼ hours C. 5 ¾ hours 1. Why are involuntary movements so important to the human body? A. They help you to move B. They help you to chew your food C. They control your thoughts D. They control many important organs in the body Science Spring in New Hampshire Too green the springing April grass, Too Blue the silver-speckled sky, for me to linger here, alas, While happy winds go laughing by, Wasting the golden hours indoors, Washing windows and scrubbing floors. Too wonderful the April night, To faintly sweet the first May flowers, The stars too gloriously bright, The me to spend the evening hours, When fields are fresh and streams are leaping, wearied, exhausted, dully sleeping. ~Claude McKay

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Morning Work Feb. 25 th Poetry 1. Katrina walked from her house to the library. Then she walked 1/3 mile to her friend’s house. When she left from her friend’s house, she walked 2/5 mile home. If Katrina walked a total of 1 mile, how far did she walk from her house to the library?? A. 4/15 mile B. 3/8 mile C. 11/15 mile 2. I planted 1-3/4 rows of corn. When I was pulling weeds, I accidentally pulled out 1/3 of a row of corn. How many rows of corn do I have left? A. 1 5 / 12 rows of corn B. 1 2 / 7 rows of corn C. 1 1 / 3 rows of corn Math 1.What are the three types of muscle cells? a. cardiac, synaptic, skeletal b. cardiac, autonomic, smooth c. skeletal, cardiac, smooth d. smooth, cardiac, spinal 2. The purpose of the rib cage is to... A. protect the stomach B. protect the spinal cord C. protect the heart and lungs D. provide an object to which the lungs can attach Science. A Book Is A book is an open flower scented pages, fragrant hours a crafty fox surprising in its clever plots a fairy's wings with princesses, enchanted kings a windowsill where breezy thoughts are never still an hour glass whose pages flow as hours pass by Kathy Leeuwenburg.

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Morning Work Feb. 26th Poetry 1.Bart has two gas cans that are the same shape and size. The first gas can is 6/10 full of gas. The second gas can is ¾ full of gas. Which expression is true? A. 6/10 = 3/4 B. 6/10 > 3/4 C. 6/10 − 3/4 D. 6/10 < 3/4 2. Spencer is using fraction models to compare the fractions 2/4 and 5/12. Which fraction models correctly compare the fractions? A. B. C. D. Math 1. What is the function of a tendon? A. To link bones to bones B. To link muscles to bones C. To link muscles to ligaments D. To bind the cells in compact bone closer together Science. The Land of Nod by Robert Louis Stevenson From breakfast on all through the day At home among my friends I stay; But every night I go abroad Afar into the land of Nod. All by myself I have to go, With none to tell me what to do– All alone beside the streams And up the mountain-sides of dreams. The strangest things are there for me, Both things to eat and things to see, And many frightening sights abroad Till morning in the land of Nod. Try as I like to find the way, I never can back by day, Nor can remember plain and clear The curious music that I hear.

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Morning Work Feb. 27th Poetry 1. Which point marks the fraction 1/6 on the number line below? A. point L B. point M C. point N D. point P 2. Kai has 3/5 of her spelling homework completed. Which fraction is equal to 3/5? A. 9/25 B. 27/45 C. 13/15 D. 28/35 Math 1.Partly movable joints are places where bones can move a little. Which is an example of a partly movable joint? A: skull B: elbow joint C: rib D: knee joint 2. Which of the following is an example of an immovable joint? A: skull B: ribs C: knee Science. The aliens have landed! It's distressing, but they're here. They piloted their flying saucer through our atmosphere. They landed like a meteor engulfed in smoke and flame. Then out they climbed immersed in slime and burbled as they came. Their hands are greasy tentacles. Their heads are weird machines. Their bodies look like cauliflower and smell like dead sardines. Their blood is liquid helium. Their eyes are made of granite. Their breath exudes the stench of foods from some unearthly planet. And if you want to see these sickly, unattractive creatures, you'll find them working in your school; they all got jobs as teachers! By Ken Nesbitt

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