Homework

September 30, 2019

Dear Parents,

            

             It is hard to believe that tomorrow is the start of October and Fall Break is almost here. I know the kids are really excited to be out for the week. I know I am.

             I am really looking forward to talking to all of you at conferences on Thursday and Friday. I have lots to share with you and I am sure you have some questions for me. I will do my best to stay on time. If I am running behind and  you have another conference right after mine, please fill free and go to your conference and I will get you in when you come back.

 

Math:    We are starting Multiplication.

It would be a good idea to get a deck of multiplication cards and practice 5-10 minutes a night.

Monday: Introduce Multiplication. Handout as Homework

Tuesday: HW P 1197-198 Hands On: Model Multiplication.

Wednesday: HW p 203-204 Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Thursday: P 209-210 Hands On: Multiply with Arrays

 Friday:  NO SCHOOL

 

Spelling:

Test on Wednesday and Friday this week.

Words:

Load open told yellow                  soak shadow toe follow               glow sold window almost                   boast doe chosen alone                  approach below extreme escape

SPELLING HOMEWORK

Monday: Study Words

Tuesday: Type Them/ Type your spelling words in your google docs and share them with me or you can send them to me in an email. 

Wednesday: Blue Vowels– Write each of you spelling words. With a blue colored pencil, trace over the vowels in each word.

Thursday: TEST

 

Friday: ON VACATION


Science:

Fossils

Check your child’s Behavior Chart for updated points on Fridays  PLEASE SIGN AND RETURN ON    MONDAY

Lunch Club:

Mason Crabtree, Cayden Best, Landon Young, Isaiah Minnick, Angelica Modglin

 

READ READ READ READ READ READ READ

 

Social Studies

Studying the culture of North America

 

Reminders:

 

October 2 is the end of the first 9 weeks

October 3rd and 4th are Parent/ Teacher Conferences

October 26 Fresh Produce Night

October  4– 14 Fall Break

 

 

 

Educational Web Sites:

http://wwwlegionsoflearning.com

http://wwwxtramath.com

http://www.cowanes.Typingagent.com/login

http://www.Connected.mcgrawhill,com

http://www.brainpop.com

http://www.abcya.com/learning

http://www.sciencekids.com/experiments/inflatingballoons

http://www.learner.org/interactives/story

Have a wonderful week.

Sincerely,

Glenda Scales