Directions: There are 9 optional activities listed below. You must choose 1 of the “7 Habits”
activities AND 3 other activities to complete. Each activity must come from a different subject
area. When you finish the activity in the square, have your parent sign that square.
This packet is due Friday, December 2nd
Spelling Test Week 11 is Friday, December 2nd
Challenge Reading Spelling Writing
Cut strips from colored paper. Write Pretend you are one of the
about events from the story Write Choose 1 activity from the Pilgrims. Write a letter to a
about events from your story on spelling contract on the back of family member back in England
each strip. Glue them together to this page. describing the journey, the hard
form a story chain with links in the times settling the New World,
same order as the events occurred in and the first Thanksgiving.
The 7 Habits Reading The 7 Habits
Complete a T-Chart- Make a calendar chart. Keep a log
“What makes a bad teammate?” and Complete the attached of all the “bread” or “grains” you
“What makes a good teammate?” “Nature” comprehension sheet eat each week.
What kind of teammate do you think on drawing conclusions, and Research the number of suggested
you are? fact and opinion. servings you should eat each day.
Did you meet that requirements in
Why? one week?
Social Studies Math Science
Metric Measurement Our most recent unit in Imagine
Create a Venn Diagram to compare Study Link 4.9 it was “Nature’s Delicate
and contrast the life of a slave to the Balance”. It had many science
life of an indentured servant. ~ or ~ connections! Brainstorm as
many as you can think of, and
Log onto Compass Odyssey and illustrate each one.
complete 3 activities from the Example- The “Snowflake”
Story and The Water Cycle
Read at least 20 minutes for 4 days this week and record them on this chart with parent signature.
Date Book Title Author Minutes Pages
Minutes read for the week __________________Parent Signature ______________________
1. Write each of your pattern words 3 times. Once in
pencil, once in colored pencil, and once in crayon.
2. Play a game or take a test on Spellingcity.com,
record your score and have your parent sign the box
on the homework menu.
3. Create an acrostic poem for 3 of your pattern
4. “Backwards Words”: Write each of your pattern
words. Then write each one again, but spell it
5. Create a “build-a-word” spelling pyramid with your