LeBlanc – Functional: ELA/Readworks (Grade 7 – 8) – Week of 3/30

Teacher: LeBlanc (nileblanc@hps.holyoke.ma.us)

Assignment:

PLEASE NOTE THIS CAN ALSO BE FOUND ON OUR CLASS STORY ON CLASS DOJO

 

ELA

Due to everything being virtual right now, I thought would be fun to explore. Please check out the links below and I have included a few questions related and some sentence starters, so we can continue to become better writers.

Click on the following links to begin : )

Virtual Dive- https://youtu.be/FkTZsEeD8Ns

Article- https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/california-sea-lion/vhttps://youtu.be/FkTZsEeD8Ns

Answer the following questions….

What I learned from the Virtual Dive and the article about California Sea Lions…..

1- What does the California Sea Lion eat?
The California Sea Lion eats

2- Where can you find a California Sea Lion?
California Sea Lions livei

3.- What color are the Califonia Sea Lions?
California Sealions are

4-Based on the article, what do you think a pup is?
What color is the pup?
Based on the article I think a pup is
A pup is

5- How many sea lions travel in a group?
There are usually _____ sea lions in a group.

6- What is special about the California Sea Lion?
(Hint- A California Sea Lion can swim __________than any other sea lions or seals in the world)

Math-

Think about when you use multiplication and division in your everyday life

Here are some examples:

When you plan a family reunion for 45, you may need forks that come in packages of 8. How many packages do you need?

As the coach of the school soccer team, you need to order drinks. There are 18 children on the team and 12 games during the season. Each child has 1 drink at each game. How many cans does the school need to buy for the season?

Now here are some fun games to continue to build your multiplication and division skill!

Click here to practice multiplication
https://www.mathplayground.com/math_racer_multiplication.html

Click here to practice division
https://www.mathplayground.com/math_monster_division.html

PLEASE REACH OUT TO ME ON HERE, EMAIL (NILEBLANC@HPS.HOLYOKE.MA.US) OR PHONE (413-346-8664) AND i WOULD BE HAPPY TO HELP OR TUTOR : )

 

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