Brittle News 10/20/17


Ms. Brittle’s  

 Friday, October 20, 2017

 Daily Folders

Please remember to have your child bring his/her blue folder to school every day. 

Please remember to sign your child’s AR reading log located in the back of the blue 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.  For the students who met their AR goal for the first nine weeks we will celebrate during our lunch on Wednesday, October 18th. Students will eat their lunch either brought from home or from the cafeteria and eat in the classroom and receive a special treat.

Homework Folders

Homework is located in your child’s pink folder and is due on or before Wednesday, November 1st.

1 - skills U2W1 wksht.

2  - skills practice math wkshts.


10/25-Boosterthon Pep Rally

10/25-Report Cards home

10/27-Spelling Bee

10/30-11/3- Character Education Spirit Week

Here are the themes for each day of our Character Education Spirit Week

Monday, October 30th: “Let Your Kindness Shine Bright”- Students wear bright or neon colored clothing.

Tuesday, October 31st : “Bobcats Have Great Character”- Students dress up as their favorite book character.Parade details to follow..

Wednesday, November 1st : “Bobcats are Red-y to Make Positive Choices”- Students wear the color red.

Thursday, November 2nd : “We’re Wacky for Good Character”- Students wear wacky-tacky clothing.

Friday, November 3rd : “Boosterthon Spirit Day”- Students wear class or school shirts for the Boosterthon Fun Run. 







A Peek at next Week:  October 23rd  -October 27th.  


We will begin Unit 2 week 1 in Wonders on Monday, October 22nd. This week our class will be focusing on the ways in which animals survive. Some animals live in hot places; others live in cold places. Wherever they live, animals need to adapt to their environment.. The essential question for this week is how animals survive. Our vocabulary and comprehension assessments are scheduled for Wednesday, November 1st. On Thursday, November 2nd, we will complete our spelling and writing assessments. 


Continue chapter 3 on learning basic number facts. In this chapter, we are using different ways to practice our basic addition and subtraction facts. Please begin practicing basic addition and subtraction facts with your child. Flash cards can be purchased at Dollar Tree.


Science/Social Studies 

Continue learning Map Skills.  

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To Many Happy Days, 

Ms. Brittle