HOMEWORK- MONDAY -FRIDAY- WEEK OF 3/16/2020-3/20/2020

March 13, 2020

Dear Parents,

I have been asked to put together works for your sons/daughters for the week we are closed.

I have put works for Monday and Tuesday. I will be giving more works on Monday for the rest

of the week. I am asking you to take a picture of your sons/daughters works and send

it to my ClassDojo.  I will be sending some worksheets via email or ClassDojo. I am also sending link to watch video. Please make sure you are checking emails and ClassDojo frequently.  Please make sure there are completing their works.

Thank you,

Mrs. D’Augustine


5th Grade


Math workbook: page 260 { Monday}

Math Workbook: page 84 { Tuesday}


Math Textbook: page 345 # 7-17 Notebook { Monday}

Math Textbook: page 345 # 18-24  notebook { Tuesday}


Religion:  Read pages 114-115 ; answer the following questions

1. What happens when we respond to the gifts of the Holy Spirit?

2. How can we become witnesses of Jesus Christ?



Religion Textbook: page 116

Science- finish drawing- color


Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Math Workbook:

Classwork: page 69

Homework: page 70


Classwork:  read pages 120-121

-Highlight the important facts

  • write the key words in your notebook

  • read as Catholics….. write a summary in your notebook

  • complete We respond { use a loose leaf}

Homework: page 117

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Math Workbook

Classwork page 71

Homework: page 72


Please go to you tube and watch the video about Planets Orbit the sun: this is the link

Write a summary of the video in your notebook

Science Textbook: Pages 18-19

– Read

-look at the photo on page 18 and page 19

Page 19 { questions}

1.What do the terms Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere mean?

2. What divides Earth into these two hemispheres?

3. What season does that hemisphere have?

4. Why does the hemisphere tilted away from the sun have winter?{ Complete in notebook}

Religion: pages 120-121

Answer the following questions in complete sentences

  1. What is Passover?

  2. What did the breaking of the bread at the Last Supper?


Friday, March 20, 2020

Math : Classwork- the link


Please use the link to view the video about polygons.

Homework: Textbook page 346 -{ notebook} all students must take a picture of the page after completion and send it to the ClassDojo.







4th Grade


Math Workbook: page 261 { Monday}

Math Workbook: page 262 { Tuesday}


Math Textbook: pages 352-353 # 2-9 { Monday}

Math Textbook: page 353 # 10-15 ( Tuesday}



Read pages 60-61

answer the following questions { notebook}

1. What property can you clearly see in all of these rocks?

2, What property can you clearly see in some of these rocks?

3. What is texture?

4. How does the textures of sandstone and obsidian differ?

5. Why do these rocks have different texture?

6. Page 61 { captions and Photos}

What is the most noticeable property of this rock? 

Monday and Tuesday


Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Math Workbook:

Classwork: page 65

Homework: page 66 { please take a picture of the page and send it in my ClassDojo.}


Use this link to watch video on Properties of minerals or rock and mineral; write a summary after the video in notebook;

please take a picture and send it to the ClassDojo

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Math Textbook:  Classwork Page 93 # 6-23 Notebook

Math Workbook: Homework  page 68 – please take a picture send it to my ClassDojo

Friday,  March 20, 2020

Math Textbook:  classwork-  page 94

Math Workbook:  Homework- page 70 – please take a picture send it on ClassDojo

Science Textbook- pages 62-63 Properties of Minerals

  • Read

  •  look at the pictures

  • read the captions

  • Answer the following questions in complete sentences

1. Why can’t we use color to identify quartz?

remember: the mineral quartz can be white, but so can the minerals calcite and halite.

Many minerals have the same color . So we need to use other properties, in addition to color, to tell minerals apart.

2. What is streak?

3. Why is streak a useful property to use to identify a mineral?

Look at the gold and pyrite on page 63

What property of gold and pyrite are similar?

Remember: Back in the 1800s, gold miners often found pyrite and thought it was gold.

Because the miners were fooled by pyrite’s gold color, they called it “fool’s gold.”

How could the miners have compared gold and pyrite to identify them?

How do the streaks of the two minerals differ?

{Notebook} please take a picture of the page and send it to my ClassDojo.