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5/20/19
Reading: Text questions worksheet
 Math: p. 559-560
 
5/21/19
Reading: Worksheet
Math: p. 565-566
Field Trip Tomorrow: Wear your class shirt. Please bring:
  • Hat/Sunscreen/sunglasses
  • Snacks/water (in a sealed water bottle)
 




















 



10/22/14
  • Complete Grammar Worksheet "Compound Subjects": 
  • Get progress report signed (if you have not done so already).
  • Rules:  Choose three projects from Tic Tack Toe Grid.  Final Project Due: 11/5/14.  Please follow rubric guidelines.
  • Rules: Novel test on Friday, 10/24/14
3/30/15:
  • Study for grammar test on adjectives (test will be on Wednesday 4/1)
3/30/15:
  • Study for grammar test on adjectives (test will be on Wednesday 4/1
Math:  pages 421-422

1.  The _______ ______ is the second longest river in the second longest river in North America.
 
2.  The beginning of a river is its __________.
 
3.  The end of a river is its __________.
 
 
4.  The Southeast has a lot of _________, or areas where water is always on or close to the surface of the ground.
 
5.  In the past, people ______ wetlands in order to build on them.
 
6.  Describe one way in which wetlands are valuable. _________________________________________________________
 
7.  Some parts of the Southeast are hit with huge _______.
 
8.  _______ are built in the Southeast to help prevent flooding.
 
9.  What are some of the landforms found in the Southeast?
____________________________________________
 
10.  The bodies of water that border the Southeast states are the ______________ _____________ and _____________ _____ ___________.
 
11.  The land along the Southeast region is ________ and ______.
12.  The land is rich and good for ___________.
13.  Florida is a(n) _________, an area of land surrounded by water on three sides.
14.  Gently rolling hills are also called the _________, or foothills.
15.  The Appalachian Mountains have been worn down due to _______ over millions of years.
16.  ________ ________ in North Carolina is the highest peak in the Appalachian Mountains.
17.  Look at the chart on page 169.  Which island was made by waves of dropping sand along a coast? _______________