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Find Areas - Composite figures


Videos to help Grade 3 students learn how to find areas by decomposing into rectangles or completing composite figures to form rectangles.

Common Core Standards: 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7a, 3.MD.7b, 3.MD.7c, 3.MD.7d, 3.MD.5

New York State Common Core Math Module 4, Grade 3, Lesson 13 and Lesson 14

Lesson 13 Application Problem

Anil finds the area of a 5 inch by 17 inch rectangle by breaking it into 2 smaller rectangles. Show one way that he could have solved the problem. What is the area of the rectangle?

Note: This problem reinforces the strategy of breaking a larger shape apart into 2 smaller shapes to find the total area.

Lesson 13 Concept Development

Problem 1: Add using the break apart strategy to find area of a composite shape.
Problem 2: Subtract to find area of a composite shape.
Problem 3: Subtract to find area of a composite shape with missing side lengths.


Lesson 13 Problem Set

1. Each of the following figures is made up of 2 rectangles. Find the total area of each figure.
Figure 1: Area of A + Area of B: 18 + _________ = _________ sq units
Figure 2: Area of C + Area of D: ________ + _________ = __________ sq units
Figure 3: Area of E + Area of F: ________ + _________ = __________ sq units
Figure 4: Area of G + Area of H: ________ + _________ = __________ sq units

2. The figure shows a small rectangle cut out of a big rectangle. Find the area of the shaded region.
Area of the shaded region: ______ – ______ = ______ sq cm

3. The figure shows a small rectangle cut out of a big rectangle.
a. Label the missing measurements.
b. Area of the big rectangle: ______ × ______ = ______ sq cm
c. Area of the small rectangle: ______ × ______ = ______ sq cm
d. Find the area of the shaded region.


Lesson 13 Homework

1. Each of the following figures is made up of 2 rectangles. Find the total area of each figure.
Figure 1: Area of A + Area of B: _____ + ______ = ______ sq units
Figure 2: Area of C + Area of D: _____ + ______ = _______ sq units
Figure 3: Area of E + Area of F: _____ + ______ = _______ sq units
Figure 4: Area of G + Area of H: _____ + ______ = _______ sq units

Lesson 13 Homework

2. The figure shows a small rectangle cut out of a big rectangle. Find the area of the shaded region.

3. The figure shows a small rectangle cut out of a big rectangle.


Lesson 14 Application Problem

a. Break apart the shaded figure into 2 rectangles. Then add to find the area of the shaded figure below.

b. Subtract the area of the unshaded rectangle from the area of the large rectangle to check your answer in Part (a).

Note: This problem reviews G3–M4–Lesson 13’s concept of finding area of composite shapes. Students may choose to break apart their rectangles in different ways for Part (a).

Lesson 14 Concept Development

Problem 1: Choose an appropriate method for finding the area of a composite shape.
Problem 2: Solve a word problem involving area of non- rectangular shapes.


Lesson 14 Homework

1. Find the area of each of the following figures. All figures are made up of rectangles.

2. The figure below shows a small rectangle cut out of a big rectangle.
a. Label the side lengths of the unshaded region.
b. Find the area of the shaded region.

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  • Find the area of composite figures.
Lesson 3 MI/Vocab

Lesson 3 Key Concept 1

Find the Area of a Composite Figure

Find the area of the complex figure. Round to the nearest tenth.

The figure can be separated into two semicircles and a rectangle.

Lesson 3 Ex1

Find the Area of a Composite Figure

Area of semicircles

Area of rectangle

Answer: The area of the figure is about 28.3 + 72 or 100.3 square centimeters.

Lesson 3 Ex1

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Homework

Language Arts: We are watching The Giver and City of Ember (comparing these movies with the novel).

Tuesday-Friday in Language Arts: Choice mini project (working individually or with a partner/small group- see document. Due date- FridayGiver End of the Year Activity.docx

P.A. A.: Final prep for LAST UNIT TEST OF THE YEAR, now moved to FRIDAY (3-D Geometry). Reviewed how to do word problems involving surface area and volume. Began work on Volume and Surface Area Word Problem worksheet.

Homework: Complete Volume and Surface Area Word Problem worksheet (DUE THURSDAY). We will be doing Star testing in the LMC tomorrow.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Final lesson on surface area of cylinders. Use our very own roll of toilet paper to take notes on surface area.

Homework: Complete Cylinder Surface Area worksheet (DUE THURSDAY). We will be doing Star testing in the LMC tomorrow.

Pre-Algebra A: Wrapping up 3-D Geometry Unit by more work on surface area using nets.

Homework: Complete first two pages and at least three problems on third page of Surface Areas of Solids worksheet. Solid Classification Challenge and Solid Voyage of Discovery worksheets, which we have been working on over the last couple of weeks, will be graded tomorrow. TEST on 3-D Geometry on THURSDAY!

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Rounding out 3-D Geometry Unit by going into cylinders via toilet paper lesson.

Homework: Complete all problems EXCEPT #7 on 7.2 Practice A worksheet. TEST on 3-D Geometry on FRIDAY!

Language Arts: Today students were given about 20 more minutes to finish their claim sheets. We then got through 1-2 claims for the final Hot Seat Debate. Homework: Finish your claim sheet/ complete any missing work.

Science: Students worked on their Geologic Timeline Questionnaire and then had the remainder of the period to catch up on missing work or complete crossword and word search puzzles for Earth science material.

Homework: Missing work due Monday (no exceptions, this includes test re-assessments). Pack Field Day permission slips due Tuesday.

Pre-Algebra A: Reviewed Rectangular Prism Surface Area worksheet. Reviewed Triangular Prism Surface Area. Worked on Triangular Prism worksheet (surface areas).

Homework: Complete all surface areas on Triangular Prism Worksheet (volume problems were completed previously.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Reviewed Rectangular Prism Surface Area worksheet. Reviewed areas and perimeters of trapezoids and shapes with circles in them. Reviewed Triangular Prism Surface Area. Worked on Triangular Prism worksheet (surface areas).

Homework: Complete all surface areas on Triangular Prism Worksheet (volume problems were completed previously.

Language Arts: Students took the Homonym Quiz again to show what they still remember from the start of the year (those getting proficient or above will earn extra points in the vocab. section in IC). We then read chapters 20-21 in The Giver. Homework: None

Science: Students finished their "Geologic Timeline of the Earth" and had time to work on missing work or their Spring Graph that is due tomorrow afterwards.

Homework: Spring Graph due TOMORROW. Pack Field Day Permission Slip due Tuesday. All missing work due by Monday including test re-assessments.

Pre-Algebra A: Reviewed volume of triangular prism homework. Reviewed how to find surface areas of rectangular prisms.

Homework: Complete remainder of surface area side of Rectangular Prism worksheet.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Reviewed volume of triangular prism homework. Reviewed how to find surface areas of rectangular prisms.

Homework: Complete remainder of surface area side of Rectangular Prism worksheet.

Language Arts: Students finished the final round of the Hot Seat debates. Then, our guest speaker/author Evangeline Denmark discussed the process of writing, creativity and how to overcome writer's block. She also engaged students in a creative exercise/game to get the minds thinking outside the box. Students were able to ask questions and learn more about Mrs. Denmark and her career as a writer. It was a real honor to have her share her life and writing tips. Homework. any make up work or read for pleasure

Science: Students worked on the "Geologic Timeline of the Earth" in partners after Mrs. Elrashidi walked them through the first 10 steps.

Homework: Spring Graph due Friday. Pack Field Day Permission Slip due Tuesday.

NOTE: Mr. S.'s after school days are TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY this week.

Pre-Algebra A: More work with 3-D figures. Finding volume of Triangular Prisms.

Homework: Complete VOLUME PROBLEMS ONLY on Triangular Prism worksheet.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: More work with 3-D figures. Finding volume of Rectangular and Triangular prisms.

Homework: Complete VOLUME PROBLEMS ONLY on Triangular Prism worksheet.

Language Arts: Students first prepared questions for our guest speaker/author Evangeline Denmark who will be coming to join us tomorrow to discuss the process of writing, creativity and how to overcome writer's block. Then, after getting together with law groups, students conducted their Hot Seat Debates (round #3). We will finish debates tomorrow. Homework: any make up work or read for pleasure

Science. Students watched a movie called "Down to the Earth's Core" as long as they did not have missing work. Students with missing work worked to get caught up.

Homework: Spring Graph due Friday. Field Day permission slip due by Tuesday.

Pre-Algebra A: Continued work on 3-D Geometry with volumes of rectangular prisms.

Homework: Complete FRONT ONLY (volume side) of Rectangular Prism worksheet. Students may also complete Solid Voyage of Discovery if they so choose. A due date for this will be assigned within the next couple of days.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Completed 2-D test. Began work on 3-D Geometry unit by exploring names and features of 3-D figures.

Language Arts: I was out today (a part of an interview committee on campus). Students took a 10. comprehension quiz for The Giver chapters 10-19. Next, students worked on their yellow Claim Maker Sheets to prepare for tomorrow's hot seat debate round #3. Homework: Finish Claim maker/Hot Seat Debate sheet (yellow) & dress for success.

Science: Students completed their Earth Science Unit Test and then had the remainder of the period to complete the "Spring Graph ."

Science: Students played a jeopardy review game in class. They needed to have their review sheet complete in order to participate.

Homework: Study for Monday's test!

Language Arts: We read aloud Chapter 19 (such a tough part of the book). After a brief discussion, students met with their Hot Seat groups and chose claims for the Hot Seat #3 round. Then, students met with the other students debating the same claim to brainstorm examples to use for Tuesday's debate. Homework. None

Pre-Algebra A: Took 2-D Geometry Test.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Reviewed for geometry test via comprehensive review sheet.

Homework: Completed Geometry Review Sheet. Students should compare answers to the key that was distributed and make sure they can get answers that match the key. Review sheet will be collected tomorrow. Geometry test TOMORROW.

Language Arts: Some students shared their "emotional" journal entries. We then went to the outdoor classroom to read chapters 17-18 in The Giver. With any extra time, students wrote thank you cards to teachers for Teacher Appreciation week. Homework: any catch up work/ finish thank you card(s)

Science: Students watched a Bill Nye on erosion and weathering. They also watched a short Brain Pop on weathering. They had time to complete their Earth Science Review Sheet that must be completed in order to participate in tomorrow's review game.

Homework: Finish review sheet if needed. Study for Monday's test.

Pre-Algebra A: More review for tomorrow's GEOMETRY TEST. Used warmup problems and review sheet.

Homework: Complete review sheet. STUDENTS WERE GIVEN ANSWERS TO ALL PROBLEMS AND SHOULD REWORK PROBLEMS UNTIL GETTING THE CORRECT ANSWERS to make sure they are ready for the test.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Finishing up 2-D Geometry. Worked on Honolulu Typing Worksheet (Plane Geometry on the back side).

Homework: Complete Plane Geometry side of worksheet. We will review tomorrow. TEST ON 2-D GEOMETRY ON FRIDAY!

Language Arts: We read the rest of chapter 14 through chapter 16 in The Giver, discussing key points along the way. Students then started a journal about an "emotional memory" from school-times . Homework: Finish the journal entry.

Science: Students answered the " Weathering Park Questions " in class today. They then had the remainder of the period to finish coloring their Weathering Park Picture and assemble it.

Tuesday, May 3rd : FIELD TRIP ALL DAY

Language Arts: We finished remaining hot seat debates and read chapter 13/ part of chapter 14. No homework.

Pre-Algebra A: Corrected Fabulous Fraction Fives from Friday, worked on shape names and features, and started review sheet for THURSDAY TEST on geometry.

Homework (due THURSDAY): Complete Getting Into Shapes if not completed already. Do FRONT AND BACK OF FIRST PAGE of geometry review.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Corrected area of circles worksheet. Students will need more practice correctly identifying radius and diameter. Worked on shape names and features. Started on composite figures with circles.

Homework: Complete HONONOLU TYPING side only of Honolulu Typing worksheet. Remember. BE THE ANT!

Science: Students colored their "Weathering Park" packets today in addition to instructions on how to complete the project and got information on tomorrow's field trip.

Homework: Study flashcards and foldable for 15 minutes!

Pre-Algebra A. Wrapping up 2-D Geometry Unit. Took Fabulous Fraction Five. Reviewed composite figures. Worked on Getting Into Shapes worksheet.

Homework: None. Test on 2-D Geometry on Wednesday.

Compacted Pre-Algebra. Working through circles. Reviewed circumference. Discovered formula for area of circles.

Homework: Complete FRONT SIDE ONLY of area of circles worksheet. Test on 2-D Geometry on Thursday.

Science: Students made a "foldable" on the types of plate boundaries and flashcards to study for the upcoming test.

Language Arts: Hot Seat Debates, round #2. No homework

Pre-Algebra A: Wrapped up composite figures.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Moved to circle circumference.

Homework: Complete FRONT SIDE ONLY of circle circumference worksheet.

Language Arts: Color connection warm-up. We read chapter 12 in The Giver. Students worked with teammates to complete their Hot Seat #2 claim sheets. Homework: Finish the claim sheet and be ready for tomorrow's debate. Dress for success! Claim Maker Sheet.2016.docx

Science: Students completed their "Journey on the Rock Cycle- Analaysis Questions" using a textbook in class and turned them in. They then had the remainder of the period to work on their "Journey on the Rock Cycle Cartoon" (captions required for credit, needs to be in color).

Wednesday, April 27th:

Pre-Algebra A: More composite figures.

Homework: Complete Composite Figure Worksheet 3 if not completed in class. Complete second side of Getting Into Shapes worksheet. Do first five problems on Geometry Attributes worksheet.

Language Arts: We read chapters 10 & 11 in The Giver. Students met with groups to choose Hot Seat #2 claims.Homework: Research a worldly connection that supports your claim.

Science: Students did their "Journey on the Rock Cycle " activity today and started their analysis questions.

Homework: Missing work and extra Credit Theory of Plate Tectonics due Friday (optional).

Homework: Complete L-Shapes and ensure last two problems on Composite Figure WOrksheet 1 are correct (answers were given in class).

Compacted Pre-Algebra: More composite figures.

Homework: Complete back side of Composite Figure Worksheet 2 if not completed in class and FRONT side only of Composite Figure Worksheet 3.

Language Arts: We graded the vocabulary quiz and read chapters 8 & 9 in The Giver.Homework: Any missing work.

Pre-Algebra A: Moved on to area and perimeter of composite figures.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: More on area and perimeter of composite figures.

Homework: Complete both sides of Composite Figure Worksheet 1 if not finished in class. Complete front side of Composite Figure Worksheet 2 .

Language Arts: We finished the remaining Hot Seat debate topics for round #1. We will have our next debates this Friday (prep Wed/Thurs). We also read chapters 7-8 in The Giver. Homework. Any missing work or read for pleasure.

Science: Students took venn diagram notes on the types of rocks. We also completed quiz questions on a Brain Pop on types of rocks.

Science: Students continued to plot the earthquakes from the Quake Feed app with partners today. The analysis questions were completed in class.

Homework: Missing work. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Language Arts: Review of and quiz for Vocabulary #7 list.

Pre-Algebra A: Switched gears to trapezoid areas and perimeters.

Homework: Complete Zoid worksheet. NOTE: Last problem on the back is extra credit.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Switched gears to composite figures.

Homework: Complete L-Shape worksheet.

Science: Students started the "Quake Feed" app and questions. They looked and plotted the coordinates of earthquakes that happened in the last week using the iPod touch devices and the Quake Feed app. Students worked in pairs and will continue this assignment tomorrow.

Homework: Missing work. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Language Arts: Vocabulary Warm up. Students conducted several of the Hot Seat Debate topics for round #1. Great job for a first try at this skill. All classes will need to finish on Monday. Homework: Study vocabulary list #7--quiz Friday.

Pre-Algebra A: Reviewed Triangle and Parallelogram homework. Learned about quadrilaterals via the Quadra Family Story, Quadrilateral Rap, and Quadra Family Tree.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Reviewed Trapezoid homework. Learned about quadrilaterals via the Quadra Family Story, Quadrilateral Rap, and Quadra Family Tree.

Science. Today we wrote the summary for our notes yesterday and finished the movie Wall-E. Students who had missing work had to finish their work before watching the movie.

Homework: Missing work. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Language Arts: Vocabulary Warm up. We finished reading through Ch. 6 in The Giver (some classes had already finished). Then, students met with their "law groups" to defend many claims that have come up in the reading. Each group member chooses one claim and defends it with life/book examples/evidence. Hot Seat Debate #1 will be Thursday. Homework: Study vocabulary list #7 & finish Hot Seat Debate prep. sheet. Claim Maker Sheet.2016.docx

Pre-Algebra A: Returned to geometry unit with more practice on triangles and parallelograms.

Homework: Complete "Sizing It Up Again" worksheet if not completed in class. Complete FRONT SIDE ONLY of Parallelograms and Triangles Worksheet.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Returned to geometry unit with some review and discussion of trapezoids.

Homework: Complete ZOIDS worksheet (both sides).

Science: Today we took cornell notes on plate tectonics. The last part of the class was spent completing the plates map and questions. Students who did not finish have this for homework due tomorrow. All work must be completed in order to watch the last part of Wall-E tomorrow.

Homework: Plates Map and Questions due tomorrow. Missing work including late Luck O' the Irish Graphs.

Language Arts: Vocabulary Warm up. Next, students were assigned a job (just as they will be in The Giver ). They reflect upon this experience (what they like/dislike about this job, impressions about having a job chosen for you, etc.) Finally, we read two more chapters in The Giver.Homework: Study vocabulary list #7

Thursday/Friday April 14th and 15th

Science: Students continued work on their Plates Map. They finished cutting pieces and glued them down. Some students got to labeling and coloring their map.

Homework: Luck O' the Irish Graph due Monday. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Language Arts: We read another chapter in The Giver.

Monday/Wednesday April 11th and 13th

Language Arts: Students did some pre-reading predictions and discussed what might make for a "perfect" society. Then, we read pages 1-16 of the Giver, stopping to discuss characters, setting, how the society is Utopian, and we compared/contrasted the society to our own. Homework: Study vocabulary quiz for next Tuesday.

Science: Students took an Earth Science pre-test (not for a grade) and then spent the period working on their "Plates Map ."

Homework: Luck O' the Irish Graph due Monday. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

NOTE: We will be testing each day next week. NO MATH HOMEWORK WILL BE GIVEN. However, MR. S. WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER SCHOOL ON TUESDAY ONLY FOR THOSE NEEDING TO CATCH UP ON MISSING WORK OR MAKE TEST CORRECTIONS.

ALL: Reviewed homework. Did some review of schedule for next week and PARCC testing.

Language Arts: Warm up: reflect on the various forms of writing, timed writing, and how to approach tricky prompts. The rest of class was spent playing a game of Jeopardy review of numerous LA concepts. No homework.

Science: We graded our Making You Car Move Packets as a class. Students got the testing schedule for Monday explained to them. They continued to watch WALL-E and answered questions related to the Language Arts curriculum on dystopias.

Homework: Luck O' the Irish Graph due after testing week. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Language Arts: Students had an editing warm up and then were given about 45-50 minutes to complete the writing for the informative "Bike Trail" essay. Homework: Study vocab and turn in any missing work.

Pre-Algebra A: More review with INATFA Sheets.

Homework: Complete INATFA Sheet #4. (Note: INATFA sheets 2 and 3 do not need to be completed. Focus on INATFA Sheet 4)

Compacted Pre-Algebra: More review with INATFA Sheets.

Homework: Complete INATFA Sheet #4. (Note: INATA sheets 1, 2, and 3 should have already been completed).

Science: Any students who had not finished their Making Their Car Move Packet had to do so before they could watch WALL-E in class. Students watched the movie and answered questions related to our energy and natural resources unit.

Homework: Luck O' the Irish Graph due after testing week. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

Wednesday, April 6th

Pre-Algebra A: Reviewed Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers homework. Worked on INATFA sheets.

Homework: Complete INATFA Sheet 1 if not completed in class.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Reviewed Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers homework. Worked on INATFA sheets.

Homework: Complete INATFA Sheet 1 and INATFA Sheet 2 (front only) if not completed in class.

Science: Students had next week's PARCC testing schedule explained to them. They took their Energy and Natural Resources Test. Upon finishing, they had the time to finish their "Making Your Car Move Packet" which needs to be completed in order to watch tomorrow's movie. Once finished with the packet, they spent the remainder of the period working on the "Luck O' the Irish Graph. "

Homework: Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi. Luck O' the Irish Graph due after testing week.

Language Arts: Warm-up

Vocab review. Next, students finished reading/taking notes from the three articles about biking trails. Many started the plan for the informative essay (about the qualities needed when choosing the best bike trail). Homework: Complete the plan of the essay.

Math: ALL: Reviewed Sally's Tallies and Minot's Line Plots. Introduced positive and negative rational numbers using Mr. Number Line.

Science: Students played a jeopardy review game to prepare for tomorrow's test. Only students who had their review sheet finished and self-graded could participate.

Homework: Study for tomorrow's test. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

ALL: Reviewed medmidmomomeavrabism worksheet. Explored creation of and usage of line plots and frequency tables.

Language Arts: First, students practiced completing sentences using a few of the new vocabulary words. Next, we finished/then reviewed the answers from the "Ann of Green Gables" reading packet. The last 15-20 minutes was spent on individualized instruction (some took the vocab. quiz in advance, some needed extra time on the narrative ending of "Something Strange in Ok", some made flashcards for vocabulary review, some read silently. ).Homework. study vocabulary and bring back the parent permission slip form. Full Year Permission Slip. 2016.docx

Science: Students received their Human Sexuality Curriculum Permission Slips today and they were explained. Students had time during the class period to self-grade their Review Sheet if they hadn't yet and show it to Mrs. Elrashidi. They had the remainder of the class period to complete the "Making Your Car Move " packet.

Homework: Finish Review Sheet for tomorrow if needed (must be done to participate in review jeopardy). Study for Wednesday's test. Return Human Sexuality Permission Slip by April 29th to Mrs. Elrashidi.

ALL: Reviewed median, mean, mode, and range via "Medmidmomomeavrabism" song. Graded homework from Polygons on Coordinate Planes.

Homework: Complete remainder of Medmidmomomeavrabism worksheet.

Language Arts: First, we reviewed simple, compound, complex sentences. Some students turned in their narrative final drafts (others were instructed to finish the final draft over the weekend). Next, we read a short passage taken from Ann of Green Gables and started answering questions (we will finish and grade the rest next Monday).Homework. finish the final draft of narrative by Monday (for those who haven't turned theirs in).

Science: Students completed the "Cookie Mining" activity in class today. Students who had missing work were unable to participate (students had warning of this by Tuesday of this week).

Homework: Finish Review Sheet if needed. Study for test next Wednesday.

Thursday, March 31st

Language Arts: First, we finished our Vocab. #7 notes (see the powerpoint)Vocabulary List 7 with pictures 2016.pptx Next, students were given time to edit/revise their narrative writing (finishing the story "Something Strange in Oklahoma")Narrative Writing Editing Checklist & Rubric.docx. Some were able to start the final draft. Homework. finish the final draft by Friday or Monday.

Pre-Algebra A: Wrapped up geometry for the time being by finding areas and perimeters of polygons on a coordinate plane. Reviewed "Perimeter is the fence. " worksheet.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Wrapped up geometry for the time being by finding areas and perimeters of polygons on a coordinate plane. Reviewed Parallelograms and Triangles worksheet.

Science. We reviewed the "Brain Pop Pros and Cons Sheet" in class today. Students then read an article about mining reclamation and had time to work on their Review Sheet for their upcoming test next Wednesday.

Homework. Finish Review Sheet for tomorrow if needed. Study for Energy and Natural Resources test next week!

Wednesday, March 30th

Language Arts: Warm up: Use the image from the screen to "paint a picture" with words (practicing sensory language). Next, we took notes on the main words of list #7 vocabulary. Finally, students continued with their narrative story (new ending of "Something Strange in Oklahoma". Homework. finish the draft (2-3 handwritten pages).

Science: Students organized the science section of their spirals. We also watched the Brain Pop on Energy Sources and filled out an activity sheet.

Homework: Study flashcards 10 minutes for test next Wednesday. Missing work due Thursday in order to not be counted late and to be able to participate in "cookie mining."

Language Arts: Warm up: practice dialogue between one of the famous people and anyone else with the topic centered on "self advocacy". Next, we went over the reading questions from "Something Strange in Oklahoma." Finally, students planned and started the new ending to the story. Homework - draft one page of your new ending to the story.

Pre-Algebra A: Learned about area and perimeter of triangles through examples, poetry and yelling.

Learned about area and perimeter of triangles through examples, poetry and yelling.

Homework: Finish Triangle Area and Perimeter worksheet and FRONT SIDE ONLY of "Perimeter is the fence
worksheet.

Science: Students watched the "natural resources" Brain Pop video and answered sample questions. We graded the Mineral Trivia from before break as a class. Students had time to make flashcards if they lost them and studied them for their upcoming test if they were completed.

Homework: Finish flashcards if needed and study for test with them. Missing work due Thursday in order to not be counted late and to be able to participate in "cookie mining."

Social Studies: Students continued working on the Geography Review Part II. We then began going over the review as a class. Students will take the assessment on Thursday. Homework: None

Language Arts: Warm up- create a list of 3 famous people (dead or alive) that you would like to meet. Collaborate in small groups, then as a class to narrow the list. Next, we read a short, narrative story titled "Something Strange in Oklahoma". Students started the close reading questions in the packet. Homework - finish questions 1-5)

Science: Students spent the whole period getting their papers and binders organized, turning in or finding missing textbooks, and finding no name papers or getting needed materials for missing work. Homework: Missing work due Thursday in order to not be counted late and to be able to participate in "cookie mining."

Social Studies: Students began working on the Geography Assessment Part II study guide. Students will continue working on the study guide tomorrow in class. Homework: None

Wednesday, March 16th

NOTE: Mr. S. will NOT be having after school help on TUESDAY due to a schedule conflict. After school help WILL resume again on THURSDAY from 2:45 - 4:15.

ALL CLASSES: Welcomed back from Spring Break. Doing a quick hit geometry mini-unit on parallelograms and triangles. Met the first of Mr. S.'s many cardboard friends, Parallela. Discussed area and perimeter of parallelograms.

Social Studies. Students watched "Remember the Titans" Homework: None

Pre-Algebra A: Completed Percent unit by completing word problems on Percent-Part-Whole worksheet. Then took quiz on Percentages.
Homework: None.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Did a quick review of integer operations. Played fraction-decimal-percent riddle card game.

Language Arts: Warm up: sentence variety and sentence combining practice got us started. Next, we generated a quick list individually and as a class about why national parts are so important. We discussed how to create quick lists and then narrow down to the top 3 ideas/points (this makes up the body of the essay). Finally, students practiced and continued the timed writing exercise from last week about "That Day" and "About That Day". Homework- Parcc practice test online (for 100 wolf whiskers

snap a picture of results or write down results).

Social Studies. Students watched "Remember the Titans" Homework: None

Pre-Algebra A: Readied for quiz on percentages (tomorrow) by completing "Whole" worksheet and working on Using Proportions to Find Percent, Part, and Whole.

Homework: Complete front side only of Using Proportions to Find Percent, Part, and Whole. We will finish the back tomorrow in class and then take the quiz.

Compacted Pre-Algebra: Took quiz on percentages.

Language Arts: Today we went through the online Parcc practice test. Mostly, we clicked around to see all the different types of questions, how to use test strategies, and where to find testing tools. Homework: Continue on with the Parccs practice test (the questions you haven't answered, practicing at lease one of the extended writing portions- by the end of the week).

Social Studies: Students had an opportunity to work on the Civil Rights Movement Activity if needed, as well as take Part I of the Geography Tools Assessment if they missed class on Friday. Students were given time in the library to check out books for spring break and given quiet time to read. Homework: None

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