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 Thursday, September 22th
Spelling Test Week 3 is September 22th
Reading Spelling Writing
Two Tickets to Freedom writing
Complete 3 activities on Compass Choose 1 activity from the response. Write a summary
Odyssey. Make sure your parent spelling contract on the back of paragraph and imagine how you
sees your bookbag on compass, and this page. would feel if you were denied your
then signs this square. freedom. Complete the attached
The 7 Habits Reading The 7 Habits
Make a “Wish Poster”. Start by drawing Write a letter to the author of Participate in MBI’s Beach
a line down the middle. On one side your book. Include your Sweep, Saturday Sept. 17th.
write, draw, or paste pictures of things reaction to the book, as well as Meet MBI at 8:30 at Sea
that you want. Discuss what things your Captain’s Restaurant. Make
questions or suggestions you
parents want, and put them on the other sure a parent signs this box,
side. Together look at your “wish may have.
showing you participated.
poster”. See how you can work together
to make both of your wishes come true.
Social Studies Math Science
Create a Native American Cultural
diorama or poster using the information Complete the attached My
in your notebook about the different Complete Study Link 2.2,
Habitat activity sheet
Native American Cultural Regions. Many Names for Numbers.
Include the name of the region, the type
of environment, resources, homes and
food found there.
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. Create groups to classify your spelling words
and write the words in the correct set.
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. Write a poem or a story using the patterned
4. Illustrate ten of your spelling words.
5. Create a “build-a-word” spelling pyramid with
your pattern words.