Good Morning! It's our last day of online learning for this week! Please email me your "Check My Progress" math quiz score (p.885-886) if you haven't already. :) Thank you if you have already sent it to me.

We will continue to use Freckle for math fact fluency and adaptive math daily and now...ELA word study! When you get to Freckle, look at the icons at the bottom of the page. You will see assignments in your backpack.

**If you are still having trouble seeing the assignments:**

Log into Freckle using Clever. Scroll to the bottom of the page and look for a backpack icon labeled "Assignments". IF you don't see that, click on log out. You will go to a page asking for the class code. Enter our code: 7rrsrr. Then you should be able to scroll to the bottom and see the backpack.

Please log into websites using Clever. Here is a link to the Clever page for log-in help. It gives directions on how to log in and select websites that students can use for online practice.

http://duewestlearningcommons.weebly.com/logins.html

**Freckle Class Code: 7rrsrr** (if needed)

**Math:** 1 Freckle: Fact Fluency and Adaptive math daily. Spend about 15 minutes working on Freckle for math. This will appear in your backpack at the bottom of the page. Remember to work on paper and not just guess at an answer. I do look at your scores - I can tell you are working hard!

2 Yesterday you learned what an angle is and how it is formed. Two rays that meet at an endpoint form an angle. Today, we are learning how to classify angles by degrees not turns. A degree is the unit used to measure angles. A circle is made up of 360 degrees. Today you are learning that you can classify angles as *acute*, *right*, or *obtuse* based on their angle measurements.

First, go to the Study Jams link and complete the lesson on Classifying Angles.

http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/geometry/classify-angles.htm

3 Now turn to page 893 and carefully read through the lesson. You are being introduced to the following new vocabulary words today. degree, one-degree angle, right angle, acute angle, and obtuse angle.

Work from your math book on pages 893 - 896. Remember, if they ask you to classify an angle, they are not looking for the exact measurement. They are looking for the words - acute angle, obtuse angle, or right angles. I will post the answers for these pages on Monday for you to score your work.

**Geometry Booklet** - 4 Please add the following words and definitions to your geometry book today: angle, degree, one-degree angle, right angle, acute angle, and obtuse angle.

**Language Arts**: Freckle: Word Study at your level, Long "A" Homophones. Our last spelling list was homophones. Two words that sound exactly the same but have different spellings and meanings, like flour/flower. You will see this in your backpack of assignments.

Reading: I am putting the assignment from yesterday up again today to let everyone have a chance to read and complete the answers. Use notebook paper unless you print the page. I will post the correct answers on Monday's blog for you to score your answers. If you have already completed the assignment, read for 25 minutes from your book. Have you looked at SORA yet? Go the the Learning Commons blog to get started!

For reading I want you to use your reading comprehension strategies (just like when we are at school!) to read this Social Studies article and then answer the questions about the settlers moving out west. Remember on #4 and 5 to restate the question as a statement!

**Book-of-thhe-Day**: Classroom Book-of-the-Day. Today's book is The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UO-fLPG1kg

**Science**: We started a new unit on Light! Today we are doing a little project and learning three new vocabulary words: **transparent, translucent, and opaque**. Watch this short video and then read the poster I attached. You can print the poster if you want. Can you find 2-3 (or more) objects around your house of each? Gather some examples of each, make a label for the group of items and send me a picture (I like when you're in the pic)! Then I will know you understand the concept! Be creative and have fun!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuUJCNzfoBw

**If you have already finished Mrs. Flacke's writing - YOU ARE DONE FOR THE DAY. If not, you can still turn it in today or tomorrow.**

**Writing**: __Here is the Writable assignment for Fourth Graders for the week of 4/13-4/16__

Read the two Scholastic articles on the Hottest and the Coldest place on Earth!Write an essay that compares and contrasts the hottest and the coldest place on Earth. First, begin with an introduction paragraph that introduces these two places. Next, write a middle paragraph that compares the two places. Write all about how the two places are the same.Then, write another paragraph that contrasts the two places. Write all about how the places are different. Finally, write a conclusion paragraph that wraps it all up and leaves your reader with something to think about.

See Mrs. Flackeās Blog for more information https://sway.office.com/iViVA6XRhWthRSIP?ref=Link

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