Friday, January 24th
Friday, January 24, 2020
Since we will be celebrating, the 100th day of school is on Monday, January 27, 2020, I have decided to postpone our U3W1 Wonders assessments. U3W1 assessments will be Thursday, January 30, 2020.
Please remember to have your child bring his/her blue folder to school every day.
Please check your child’s “Daily Folder.
Homework/ Daily Folder
Every student should be reading an AR book(s) of his/her choice weekly so he/she can meet his/her goal for the second nine weeks. AR points are earned by taking tests at school on books he/she has read on his/her level or above and earning at least 80%. Students can take AR tests on books from our classroom library, school library, public library, or books from home as long as they are AR and on or above his/her reading level. Please remember to sign your child’s AR weekly reading log located in the back of the blue daily folder.
Peek at This Week and Next Week
Reading- Our class will continue U3W1. Our class will be continue focusing on how the Earth’s forces affect us. We will be talking about forces that we can observe. The skills for u3w1 are rereading, author’s purpose, similies, and action verbs. This week’s words contain the long /a/ spelling. The u3w1 comprehension, spelling, writing and vocabulary assessments are scheduled for Thursday, January 30th.
Math- We will complete chapter 6 on learning how to add and subtract 3 digit-numbers including regrouping ones, tens, and hundreds on Wednesday, January 29th. The chapter 6 assessment is scheduled for Thursday, January 30th. .
Please remember to practice a quick recall of addition and subtraction facts using numbers 1-20. It is extremely important your child knows how to recall basic facts up to the number 20. I would recommend spending 10 minutes each day doing math flashcards.
Science/Social Studies- Continue learning about solids, liquids, and gasses.
- 1/27 – 100th Day of School
- 2/8- Bobcat Bash
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Many Happy Days,