This Week: February 27th- March 3rd
Tuesday, February 27th: $2 Donation Dress Down Day. Gym Shoes needed for gym!
Wednesday, March 1st: 8:30 Ash Wednesday Mass. Mass uniforms should be worn.
WEEKLY READING LOGS:
Please assist your child in selecting appropriate books to read each night for at least 20 minutes. These can be chapter books, picture books, magazine articles, stories from our Journeys reader, reading with/to a family member, etc… The best way children learn to read is by READING, so every little bit counts! Reading books for enjoyment will help develop a love of reading, a greater vocabulary, and improve comprehension. Reading logs are to be filled out, completed, and turned in EVERY FRIDAY signed by a parent or guardian.
*Flat Stanley envelops were addressed and sent home with each student on Monday 12/12, ready to be mailed. We look forward to hearing back from our Host Families around the world very soon!
Spelling: Unit 4, Lesson 21
“ed” and “ing” endings
coming swimming dropping tapping taping invited saving stared planned changing joking loved gripped
tasted making stopped freezing scared
Homework: This is always to be completed in their Spelling composition notebooks. Students should be studying and reviewing their words nightly.
Monday- 2 times each (print & cursive)
Tuesday- Use each word in a sentence or story
Wednesday- ABC Order
Test: Thursday, March 2nd
Reading/ Language Arts:
This week will be a Unit 4, Lesson 21.
Main Selection: Two Bad Ants
Target Skill: Story Structure
Grammar: Possessive Nouns (‘s & s’)
Test: Friday, March 3rd
*Access Journeys book online: click here .
Math: First in Math can be accessed here.
We will begin Chapter 8, which will focus on Measurement.
Students will be exploring and studying different types of measurement such as units of length, capacity, and time.
Homework: Students will have homework Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week.
*Students should continue to be studying and mastering their multiplication facts 0-10 daily! This will make them more comfortable as we begin larger division, fractions, and multi-digit multiplication.
Test: Students will be assessed throughout the chapter.
*Students should also continue to practice and master their addition and subtraction facts 0-10. This will continue to serve as the foundation for all that we will be learning this year in math.
We will continue Chapter 11, One and Holy.
key terms: one holy catholic apostolic Marks of the Church Pentecost
Test: Students will be assessed at the end of the chapter on Tuesday, Febraury 28.
Students will be learning about and exploring the different stages of the water cycle, as well as uses for water all over the world.
We are continuing to work on our Flat Stanley project this month. Students will be sending their Flat Stanleys to various places around the US, as well as the world!
While we wait for the rest of our Flat Stanleys to arrive, we will be continuing in Chapter 6 in our textbooks, learning about the 5 US regions, specifically, each region’s climate and natural resources.