Friday, December 4, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Dalet

Date assigned: 12/4/09
Date Due: 12/18/09

1. Complete "HW sheet #1" on part of the cell
2. Complete "the cell as a factory"
3. Complete sheet "compare and contrast"
4. Quiz on "cell parts"

Science Homework: Kitah Hay

date assigned: 12/4/09
Date Due: 12/18/09

Complete package on the "Circulatory System", pages 15-24.
Complete chart on "the heart".

Friday, November 20, 2009

Kitah Dalet: Science Homework

Assignment: Complete "cork cells and Onion cells". Then re-read copied sheet called: "cell theory" and look over 2 sheets on plants and animals.

Due: Dec. 3

Kitah Hay: Science Homework

Assignment: Read over again Lesson #4, "How are Cells Organized?"
Read and Do: "Where Does Food Go After you Swallow it?", pages 1-6. Complete 2 charts on the Digestive System

Due: Dec. 3

Friday, November 6, 2009

Kitah Dalet Science; Moreh Brian

Moreh Brian would like the 4th grade class to:

complete labs 'using the microscope" and "observing colored paper under the microscope"

Due: 11/13/09

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

Homework; for last week in October
Tues, Oct. 27 - page 68, trace and copy the letter dalet
Wed, Oct. 28 - page 69, find all hidden dalets and their vowels
Thurs, Oct. 29 - pages 72-73, read the story of the Dag (fish) and the Dagig (little fish)
Fri, Oct. 30 Tell story of Lech Lecha from blue Torah book.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Kitah Gimel: Reb Chavah

Research Project:
Each student will pick a Mediterranean Country that has or had Jews living there at one time or another. They will research food, clothing, weddings and other life cycle customs, music, litergy and architecture.
The focus is mainly on the Jewish traditions and customs of the people they are studying. Although, where there are crossovers into the lives of the rest of the population they are encouraged to include in their findings as well.

Due date: on a Friday in November (TBA shortly)

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

Tues, Oct. 20 - page 63 copy and trace line 1, trace line 2-5 (no new letters)
Wed, Oct. 21 - Torah Story of Noah page 8 and 9 - tell what they see in the pictures
Thurs, Oct 22 - New Letter search page 69
Fri, Oct. 23 - read from new story books, I will decide on Friday which is appropriate to send home. We will of course read them first during the week to see which on they are ready for.

Thanks. Reb Chavah

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Kitah Hay: Moreh Mitch

Homework that will tie into what Moreh Paul Social Studies class:

Complete worksheet about the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492.

Due: Friday, Oct. 16

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Reb Chavah: Kitah Alef - week of Oct. 14, 2009

Homework: all from Ariot 1 book
Tuesday, Oct.14 - sing page 46 - Shalom Gimel and page 47 Shalom Gadi V'Gila
Wednesday, Oct. 15 - page 49- writing large gimel 10x each and trace and copy lines 2&3
Thursday, Oct. 16 - page 50 letter/vowel search, color or circle
Friday, Oct. 17 - reading page 58

Friday, October 2, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Hay

1. Read Lesson 2: "How do single celled organisms live?" page A18 - A21

2. Answer questions on page A19: #1,2 & 3 and page A21: #1 &2

3. Read lesson 4: "How are cells organized?" on page A30 - A41

4. do all "Main Idea" questions

5. answer "Review questions" on page A41: #1-3

6. Complete handout: "How are cells organized?"

ALL Will be due: October 16.

Science Homework: Kitah Gimel

Please read and complete copied pages 4 - 9; on the "sun, earth & moon".

Due: Our next class, October 15!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Gimel

Have students complete the following homework for Science.
1- What Makes Up the Solar System?
2- What Stars Can You See?

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

all homework this week will come out of the ORANGE BOOK: ARIOT 1 (or Ariot 1S13)

9/15/09; Tues. Page 20, lines 2 & 3 (copy and trace)
9/16; Wed. Page 23, matching words to pictures
9/17; Thurs. Sing Shalom Shin, page 17 - Sing Shalom Shachar Sharona
Sing Shalom Aleph, page 5 - and Shalom Ariot, page 4

Please come prepared for class everyday!

Friday, September 11, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Hay

1. Complete Lab. "Classification of Organisms." page 21-26
2. Do "Shark Key Lab" pgs 203-205
3. Do "Tree Lab"
4. Read Lesson #2 "How Do Single-Celled Organisms Live?"
a. Read pages A14-A17
b. Answer two Draw Conclusions Questions (page A15-A17)

Science Homework: Kitah Dalet

1. Critical thinking/Problem solving
"Can you spot the Scientific Method?" Page #1

2. Finish reading "What Are the Parts of a Cell?" Page A4-A10
a. Define the function of the cell parts
b. Describe difference between plant cells and animal cells

Science Homework: Kitah Bet

For those students who did not remember to bring in 2 rocks or specimens of rock, found around the house. (Please not bigger than their fist)

Kitah Bet: Morah Rafter

Please return permission slip
Read 30 minutes
Remember rocks for Science for Friday 9-25-09
Due date: 9-14-09

***See Science

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Kitah Bet: Morah Rafter

Spelling Test: Friday, Sept. 11 (study hard!)

Please return SIGNED Field Trip permission form!

Due: Friday, September 11, 2009

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Mr. Sieber - Kitah Hay

Reading - in Ben and Me: Finish definitions, summary, and response.

Math - Spirals - Page 19, problems 1 - 10
Polar Bears - Page 19, problems 1 - 20

Spelling - finish work sheet and study words.

Mr. Sieber - Kitah Dalet

Reading - in Rabbit Hill: finish definitions, summary, and response

Math - Surfers: Pages 17, 18, 19 - Problems 1 - 28
Spirals: Page 19 - Problems 1 - 10

Spelling - Finish work sheet and study words.

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

Tuesday, September 8 - page 7 - trace dashed letters. In row 3, copy the previous letter in the blank space along with its vowel. Ex: in space 4 copy what was traced in space 3, etc.

Wednesday, September 9 - Page 8 - color or cirlce every alef on the page, including ones with vowel sounds. If you look at the top bar where there is a hand with a crayon you will see in the black the letters they need to find. It is very fun

Thursday, September 10 - Page 15

Friday, September 4, 2009

Social Studies: Kitah Dalet-Hay

1. Lable and color World map.
2. Write half-page on a person you most admire; could be family member or historical figure. A person who made an impact and how this person has changed your life.

See email from Moreh Paul Clinton (9/4/09) for other details.

Due: Friday, Sept. 11, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Hay

Complete Lab "Classification of Organisms"; pages 21-26
Also "Shark Key" Lab; pages 203-205

Due: Friday, Sept. 11, 2009

Science Homework: Kitah Dalet

Complete assignment the best you can: "Crime scene Observations".
Read "What Are the Parts of a Cell?"
State of main word on pages 8 and 9 only.

Science Homework: Kitah Gimel

Each student must bring in 2 rocks or "specimens" of rocks that they either have around the house or in their collection. (Please don't bring in any that are larger than your fist!)

Bring on: Sept. 11, 2009 (Friday)

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Kitah Hay; Mr. Sieber

Ben & Me definitions, summary and response.

Spirals- pages 10-11, problems 1-31
Polar Bears- Page 13, problems 1-24

Due: Wednesday, Sept. 2

Kitah Dalet: Mr. Sieber

Rabbit Hill definitions, summary and response.

Spirals- pages 10-11, problems 1-31
Surfers- page 11, problems 1-27

due: Wednesday, Sept. 2

Kitah Dalet: Mr. Sieber

Reading: Rabbit Hill definitions, summary and response.

Moreh Mitch's Hebrew class (several grades)

"What does a bear eat?"
Students should have a question to ask in Hebrew.

"A bear eats blueberries."
Students should answer in Hebrew

Due: Wednesday, Sept. 2

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

This week's homework: Using Shanah Tovah workbook (gold with picture of shofar)

Sept. 1; Tuesday - Sing songs on page 5
Sept. 2; Wednesday - matching, page 8
Sept. 3; Thursday - pages 12 & 13, circle every letter shin
Sept. 4; Friday - page 10, sing sounds of the shofar

note: this list of assignments is a list from Reb Chavah's newsletter date today, Sept. 1st. Further information can be found there.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Kitah Dalet Science; Moreh Brian

Please complete the two (2) handout pages:
1. "Identifying Errors"
2. "What Happened to Dinner?"

Both pages due: Friday, Sept. 4, 2009

Dalet-Hay -- Social Studies with Moreh Paul

Geography packets are to be finished at home this week. Completed packets may be turned in beginning Wednesday, Sept. 2nd.

Final Due Date: Friday, Sept. 4, 2009

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Dalet-Hay from Mr. Sieber

Finish summary for independent reading. This can be a poem or song instead of a book or short story. Due: Friday, Aug. 28, 2009

Surfers: problems 1-32, on pages 5,6 &7
Spirals: problems 1-31 on page 5
Bears: problems 1-33 on pages 5, 6 & 7
Due: Monday, Aug. 31, 2009

Attention Bet class!

Morah Rafter wants all her students to read 30 minutes EVERY DAY.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Kitah Bet: Morah Rafter's class

Please read at least 20 minutes per day, every day... even weekends!

Please don't forget your daily spelling homework; Monday through Thursday; every week!

Friday, August 21, 2009

Kitah Alef: Reb Chavah

Sing page 7 of Shalom1

Hebrew: Moreh Mitch's class

Please read and study the Hebrew one sentence. Was sent home today; Friday, August 21.
Due: Monday, August 24

Science Homework: Morah Brian

For Kitah Hay:
1. Organize your notebook
2. Do Microscope Puzzle and answer microscope questions (page 18)
3. Look over diagram on the microscope
4. Look over diagram of plant and animal cells
5. read: "Thinking Like a Scientist" (page 6-22)

  • Do analyzing data on page 9, #1-4
  • Do section #1 assessment on page 12, #1a,b,c
  • Do section #2 assessment on page 22, 1a,b,c & 2a,b,c & 3a,b,c

Due: Friday, August 28

For Kitah Dalet:
1. Organize your notebook
2. Read: "The Scientific Method - A way of Problem Solving" (pages 12-15)
then please highlight the important material in the reading.

Due: Friday, August 28

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Welcome Students and Parents!

Solomon Schechter Day School of Albuquerque is taking it to the next level!

Everyday we will post the assignments from each class and each grade; general studies, Hebrew and Jewish studies. Both students and parents will be able to check this page whenever there is any confusion or doubt about what was assigned and when it's due.

Let's all have a GREAT year!