Mrs. Davis / Room 708

This page was last updated on Friday, June 12, 2020

Summer Learning 

Reading:  

  • Read for 30 minutes every day.  You can read your own book, or use EPIC, or Raz Kids.

  • Then complete one of the actives below based on if the story is a fiction or non-fiction book.

  • Fiction

  • Give me a brief summary of the story. (What was the story about?)

  • Tell me the main idea or main lesson from this story.

  • What was ___’s (character) purpose when he/she ___ (action) in the story. Use details from the story in your answer.

  • Name two reasons why (name 2-3 characters from the story) agree or disagree about ____. What is your opinion about this issue?

  • Using details from the story, name two character traits that describe ___ (name of character).

  • Use details from the story to describe the relationship between ___ and ___ (characters from the story).

  • Describe ___’s actions in the story. How does this person’s actions affect the story’s ending?

  • Come up with another title for this story and explain why it is a good title for the story.

  • What does ___ (sentence) mean in this book? How do you know?

  • How are ___ and ___ different? How are they the same?

  • Non-Fiction

  • What is this book/story about? What do you think the author wanted you to learn from reading it?

  • What’s the main idea from this book? Use details from the text to explain why this is the main idea.

  • Explain how ___ works. How do you know?

  • Name at least 2 characteristics of ___. Use details from the book in your answer.

  • Name at least 2 text features used in this book. Explain how these text features supported your understanding of the text.

  • Name three ways the text says ___ can happen.

  • Explain the process of ___. Use details from the book to support your answer.

  • What would happen if the steps in ___ (process) happened out of order?

  • What does ___ (vocabulary word) mean? How do you know?

  • What does ___ (phrase or sentence from the text) mean? How do you know?

  • What caused ___ to happen?

  • What effect did ___ have on ___?

  • The Summer Reading Program has programs you can complete and then win free items. 

 

Writing:

  1. Summer writing journal – write each day of your summer vacation

 

Math:

 

1. Click here to go on Dreambox

2. Click here to play math investigations games

 

Belmont Student Schedule 
 
Monday: 

Reading- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Art- 45 Minutes 

 

Tuesday: 

Writing- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Music / Strings 45 Minutes 

 

Wednesday: 

Math- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Library -45 Minutes 

 

Thursday: 

Science- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Guidance - 45 Minutes 

 

Friday: 

Social Studies- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

STEM - 45 Minutes