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Tuesday, June 1
How to find the theme or moral within a story using details within the text.
Wednesday, June 2
Review the properties of solids, liquids, and gases including their particle movement.
Thursday, June 3
This lesson reviews prime numbers and how to find the factors of composite numbers up to 100.
Friday, June 4
Review how to infer using textual evidence within a reading.
Monday, June 7
Review how students reference and provide textual evidence when drawing conclusions.
Tuesday, June 8
Review where energy comes from.
Wednesday, June 9
Review how to generate equivalent fractions.
Thursday, June 10
Review various character traits and how to identify those in the characters of the text.
Friday, June 11
The lesson will review how to identify the climax and resolution in a story using the character developments throughout the story.
Monday, June 14
Review the Sun and stars and their jobs in our solar system.
Tuesday, June 15
Review how to compare and order fractions.
Wednesday, June 16
Review how authors use figurative language to help the reader create mental pictures and deepen comprehension.
Thursday, June 17
Review how to add fractions.
Friday, June 18
Review the causes and consequences of the Civil War.
Monday, June 21
Review how to subtract fractions.
Tuesday, June 22
Review how text features show important information and how to locate information using text features.
Wednesday, June 23
Review how to multiply fractions
Thursday, June 24
Review key economic terms and how economics plays a part in our nation.
Friday, June 25
This lesson will review how to multiply fractions
Monday, June 28
This lesson will review the different types of authors purposes and how to identify each.
Tuesday, June 29
This lesson will review how to convert large units into smaller units.
Wednesday, June 30
This lesson will review the causes of the American Revolution and why the colonists’ were successful.
Thursday, July 1
This lesson will review how to evaluate numerical expressions involving money.
Friday, July 2
This lesson will review how to recognize foreshadowing within a text.