Homework for Thursday November 3rd

Reminders

  • Cookie Dough Fundraiser on-going (orders due by Nov. 17).
  • Spirit wear orders extended to Sun. (online only)
  • Book orders due by Tues.
  • Interesting WWI reading is here.

Homework

  • Word Study:  List Four test on Fri.
  • Math:  Mult. of Whole Numbers #1-3, any 5 from 4-13 on the back, and 14-15 due Fri.
  • PHE:  Tues. & Fri.

Question of the Day:  What is the most unusual food you’ve ever eaten?

 

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4 thoughts on “Homework for Thursday November 3rd

  1. Jennifer Quinlan November 3, 2016 / 12:44 pm

    Hi Mr.Mepham‎,‎:) I’ve managed to get my phone to notify me when you post on your blog! Will you please send the word study list for me to review with Cal. And just an fyi, Calvin has been sharing your war stories at home. He’s been fascinated by them.  Thought you’d like to know. Thanks, Jennifer

  2. Priya November 3, 2016 / 3:32 pm

    Beef Curry.

  3. Hannah :) November 3, 2016 / 4:58 pm

    Wasabi because it does not taste good or eel because it has a wierd felling in your mouth. I had it because it was in my sushi

  4. mrmepham November 3, 2016 / 6:17 pm

    A friend and I once ate at a Vietnamese place in Guelph and the menus were in Vietnamese. We have no idea what we ordered, and couldn’t really tell when the food arrived. Still to this day, I’m not sure what I ate. It was…peculiar!

    I’ve had haggis, a Scottish dish, and despite what most think of it, I quite like it. There’s also black pudding, another Scottish food, that I’m sure most of you wouldn’t try. Google them to see what they’re made from.

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