6th Grade Homework

 
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Science

5/20:  WS on Digestive Sys. due Wed.

5/22: Dig. Sys. WS


5/23: No HW; Digestive System story due May 30. Quiz on the Digestive System on May 30.

5/24: no HW
          


ATTENTION PARENTS: STUDENTS ARE COMING TO CLASS WITHOUT PENS OR PENCILS OR FREE-READING : THEY ARE UNPREPARED! KINDLY CHECK WITH YOUR CHILD AND MAKE SURE THEY HAVE WHAT IS NECESSARY FOR CLASS! THANKYOU!
           












 

 
Language Arts​
Mrs. Loew
cloew@sja-hillsdale.org


                       

  Writ
er's Workshop 
Ms. Mastrangelo 
nmastrangelo@sja-hillsdale.org

  

6-B

Letter signed

 A Long Walk to Water By- Linda Sue Park in class     

"Book Talk" Book read by June 7th. Please have it in class every day starting Wednesday.

Grammar Quiz on Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Tomorrow.



6-A


Letter signed

 A Long Walk to Water By- Linda Sue Park in class

"Book Talk" Book read by June 7th. Please have it in class every day starting Wednesday.

Grammar Quiz on Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Friday FOR THIS CLASS ONLY (Thanks to our FABULOUS Principal for the day!)












Writer's Workshop
6A- "SHE OR HE DARED" POEM OR ESSAY SOMEONE THAT IS A HERO TO YOU
IF YOU CHOOSE POEM 16-32 LINES (DOES NOT HAVE TO RHYME) 
 ESSAY
 (3 Paragraphs) Due Friday
6B- "She or He Dared" Poem or essay someone that is a hero to you
if you choose poem 16-32 lines (does not have to rhyme) 
if you choose essay(3 paragraphs) due Friday

 


Religion- 6A

  


Religion- 6B

6/1: No HW
6/7: Quick Topics essays 2 & 3 due Monday


Social Studies-Mr. Curtin


  5/22     Current Events was due yesterday Tuesday, May 21 for assigned students.  I STILL did not receive all of them.  The topic for the 3rd Trimester is "Good News" which means you are to find an article of some good news event that has recently occurred in the world.  It MUST be in blue or black ink and in complete sentences.
Please have a D.E.A.R. book with you at all times. 
This day in history  May 22, 1802: President George Washington’s devoted widow and the nation’s first first lady, Martha Dandridge Custis Washington, dies at her Mt. Vernon home on this day in 1802. She was 70 years old.

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