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Weekly Overview/Homework 3/18-3/22


2019
03.18

General Notes:

  • If you have not already done so please pay the student fee. You can pay online by clicking on the following link http://rayschool.weebly.com/.
  • School begins at promptly 8:45.  Please make sure students are arriving on time.  Students who are arriving late are missing significant Math time.
  • Tuesday evening’s PTo meeting will feature a Family Cooking night event.  Come out to see what’s cooking!

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating works of poetry.

Math-    This week students will estimate quotients of decimals and use estimates to place the decimal.  Lessons 6-11, 6-12, and 6-13 will be covered.  Students will have a Unit review on Thursday.  The Unit 6 test will be Friday.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will polish up their “I Am’ poems and work on echo reading with a partner.  Students will present poems to class.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     Spelling skills focus on compound words (one word, two words, and hyphenated words)

LIST:  baby-sit, first aid, flashlight, high school, goalkeeper, all right, airmail, one-way, bodyguard, something, good-bye, birthday, outside, everybody, anything, themselves, himself, butterfly, football.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 6-11 Home Link 6-12 Home Link 6-13 Unit Review  Unit 6 test
Writing I Am poems due Spelling homework due/test
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. 

Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 3/12-3/16


2019
03.12

General Notes:

  • Students will be taking a state-wide assessment in Math and Reading on Monday-Wednesday.  This test will replace the PARCC tests.  Please see that your child is on time and ready to test each day.
  • If you have not already done so please pay the student fee. You can pay online by clicking on the following link http://rayschool.weebly.com/.
  • School begins at promptly 8:45.  Please make sure students are arriving on time.  Students who are arriving late are missing significant Math time.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Literacy Night –This Thursday from 4:15-5:30 (3/14).  All  students and parents are invited to a fun filled literacy night in the cafeteria.  The activities will be interactive for both parents and students.  Free dinner (pizza) will be provided.  Please come out and join us!

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating works of poetry.

Math-    This week students will estimate products of decimals and use estimates to place the decimal.  Lessons 6-6, 6-8, 6-9, and 6=10 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will polish up their “I Am’ poems and work on echo reading with a partner.  Students will present poems to class.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     Spelling has been suspended for the week due to testing.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 6-6 Home Link 6-8 Home Link 6-9 Home Link 6-10  
Writing I Am poems due
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 3/4-3/8


2019
03.04

General Notes:

  • Next week students will be taking a state-wide assessment in Math and Reading on Monday-Wednesday.  This test will replace the PARCC tests.  Please see that your child is on time and ready to test each day.
  • If you have not already done so please pay the student fee. You can pay online by clicking on the following link http://rayschool.weebly.com/.
  • School begins at promptly 8:45.  Please make sure students are arriving on time.  Students who are arriving late are missing significant Math time.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Literacy Night –Thursday from 4:15-5:30 (3/14).  All  students and parents are invited to a fun filled literacy night in the cafeteria.  The activities will be interactive for both parents and students.  Free dinner (pizza) will be provided.  Please come out and join us!

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating explicit information from the text in our IR books.

Math-    This week students will multiply and divide decimals by powers of 10 and convert units of measure in a variety of ways.  Lesson 6-2 to 6-5 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will publish their informational research paper on their notable person in Black History.  These are due on Wednesday, March 6.

Ms. Hill will be teaching a unit in POETRY this month!  The unit will begin on Tuesday.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     This week’s spelling focuses on spelling words correctly with the /oo/ sound spelled oo, ou, ue, u, ew

Spelling List:  gloomy, school, choose, loose, route, clue, truth, duty, ruin, Tuesday, usually, threw, understood, neighborhood, rookie, could, should, bulletin, through, lose.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 6-2 Home Link 6-3 Home Link 6-4 Home Link 6-5  
Writing Spelling Practice due/Spelling test.
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. 

Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 2/25-3/1


2019
02.25

Parents,

 

Just a reminder, that as we are in Q3, we are working on a few new incentives/skills.

  • Math Problem Of The Week incentive for ROOM 314:  This is a completely OPTIONAL opportunity.  Students are given a Math Problem of the Week on Monday to be turned in the following Monday.  Correct responses get 10 points.  Partially correct responses get 5 points.  As students rack up points, they will work towards receiving an ice cream treat at the end the the 10 week Quarter.
  • Spelling Tests are weekly and all 5th grade writers are responsible for studying and practicing spelling words.  Spelling practice sheets are handed out at the start of the week, and they are due on Fridays, before the test.

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will continue to focus on annotating explicit information from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week we concludeUnit 5 FRACTIONS.  This week students will multiply and divide fractions in a variety of ways.  Lessons 5-14 will be convered on Monday, with a full unit review on Tuesday.  Students will take the Unit 5 test on Wednesday.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will complete drafting and revise their essays with transition words and phrases to TIE their paragraphs together.  Then, students will create a Works Cited list and edit/revise their writing in partners.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     This week’s spelling focuses on contractions and using apostrophes correctly.  Students will receive a list of words to practice and study on Monday.  On Friday, students will take their first spelling test for Q3.

Spelling List:  I’ll, they’ve, don’t, we’re, didn’t, isn’t, couldn’t, haven’t, o’clock, you’re, who’s, whose, aren’t, it’s, doesn’t, there’s, won’t, I’ve, you’ve, wouldn’t

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 5-14 Unit 5 Review Unit 5 Test (no homework) Home Link 6-1  
Writing Spelling Practice due/Spelling test.
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. Read over the weekend!

Weekly overview/Homework 2/18-2/22


2019
02.19

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will continue to focus on annotating explicit information from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week we continue Unit 5 FRACTIONS.  This week students will multiply and divide fractions in a variety of ways.  Lessons 5-11—>5-13 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will present their first published informative essays in an Author’s Chair.  Then, students will take the information they have collected from Ms. Erickson’s Social Studies class to draft Informative essays on a notable black person in our history.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     We will begin Spelling practice in our weekly writing classes.  students will receive a list of words to practice and study on Monday.  On Friday, students will take their first spelling test for Q3.

Spelling List:  fifteen, referee, eager, easily, ready, please, ecology, maybe, been, only, universe, future, communicate, beautiful, unusual, cute, cube, fuel, bewilder, segregation

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 5-11 Home Link 5-12 Home Link 5-13  Progress Check quiz
Writing Spelling Practice due/

Spelling test.

Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. 

Read over the weekend!

Weekly overview/Homework 2/11-2/15


2019
02.11

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will continue to focus on annotating questions from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week we continue Unit 5 FRACTIONS.  This week students will continue to find answers to fraction-of problems and multiply fractions in a variety of ways.  Lessons 5-6—>5-9 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers to practice NWEA Map skills:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week in writing, students will present their first published informative essays in an Author’s Chair.  Then, students will take the information they have collected from Ms. Erickson’s Social Studies class to draft Informative essays on a notable black person in our history.

Q3 Focus:  Spelling     We will begin Spelling practice in our weekly writing classes.  students will receive a list of words to practice and study on Monday.  On Friday, students will take their first spelling test for Q3.

Spelling List:  rough, grudge, stunt, thumb, once, another, does, trouble, cousin, began, oxygen, copy, very, until, umpire, sudden, which, city, thesis, notable

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 5-67 Home Link 5-7 Home Link 5-8 Home Link 5-9  Progress Check quiz
Writing Informative Essays due. Spelling Practice due/Spelling test.
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 2/4-2/8


2019
02.01

Parents,

What a wild weather event we had last week!  As a result, we will work on catching up any missed work this week.  We will have our Q2 Hot Chocolate Social and Pajama celebration on Thursday February 7.  Invites will be given out prior to students leaving school on Wednesday.  I am so excited to celebrate students’ reading accomplishments!

 

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating questions from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week we continue Unit 5 FRACTIONS, where students will practice adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.  Ms. Hill will be teaching this unit of math.  Lessons 5-2, 5-3, and 5-4 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week,  students will work on Informational Writing.  This week, students will finish drafting and begin revisions on their WORD CHOICE.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 5-2 Home Link 5-3 Home Link 5-4 Home Link 5-5  Progress Check quiz
Writing Week 9 Cursive Packet due.
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. 

Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 1/28-2/1


2019
01.25

Parents,

Q2 ends on January 31!  We will have our Q2 Hot Chocolate Social and Pajama celebration on Thursday January 31.  Invites will be given out prior to students leaving school on Wednesday.  I am so excited to celebrate students’ reading accomplishments!

Raise A Glass For Ray is also on Janury 31.    Please join us for our annual fundraiser at The Promontory: http://rayschool.weebly.com/raise-a-glass-for-ray.html

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating questions from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week we begin Unit 5 FRACTIONS, where students will practice adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.  Ms. Hill will be teaching this unit of math.  Lessons 5-1, 5-2, 5-3, and 5-4 will be covered.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week,  students will work on Informational Writing.  This week, students will begin drafting their informative essays.  They will use familiar drafting procedures, and we will discuss great ending paragraphs.  Revision practice will focus on WORD CHOICE to improve our first drafts.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 5-1 Home Link 5-2  
Writing Week 8 cursive packet due. Week 8 cursive assessment
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due MONDAY. Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 1/21-1/25


2019
01.22

Parents,

Q2 ends on January 31!  We will have our Q2 Hot Chocolate Social and Pajama celebration on Thursday January 31.  Invites will be given out prior to students leaving school on Wednesday.  I am so excited to celebrate students’ reading accomplishments!

Raise A Glass For Ray is also on Janury 31.    Please join us for our annual fundraiser at The Promontory: http://rayschool.weebly.com/raise-a-glass-for-ray.html

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating questions from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week in our Unit 4 DECIMALS, students will finish up the unit by practicing subtracting decimals.  We will review on Wednesday, and then students will test on Thursday.  Friday, students will spend time on Khan Mappers to practice skills for the NWEA Map Spring test.

Here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Here is a link to Khan Mappers:

www.khanacademy.org/mappers

Writer’s Workshop-This week,  students will work on Informational Writing.  This week, students will select a prewrite to use for their first informative essay.  We will use a graphic organizer to begin developing the “skeleton” (outline) of our essays, and we will discuss the parts of a concluding paragraph.  By the end of the week, students will produce a completed graphic organizer to use for drafting.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 4-13 Home Link 4-14 Unit 4 Test/no homework  
Writing Week 7 cursive packet due. Week 7 cursive assessment
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. 

Read over the weekend!

Welcome Miss Hill


2019
01.14

Greetings,

Happy New Year!

I would like to introduce myself to your family to ensure you know who is working with your child. My name is Miss Hill. I graduated from Michigan State University May 2018. I have obtained my Bachelor’s of Arts in Special Education- Language Arts. I was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.

Each day I look forward to learning something new from your child as I join them in class daily. It is an honor to be Ms. Krecik’s co-teacher for the semester.

If you have any questions for me, feel free to get in touch with me, via email: hillma38@msu.edu.

I look forward to a great semester with the class and hope that I can add to the wonderful space that it already is. Have a great day! I look forward to meeting you.

In service,

Miss Hill  

Weekly Overview/Homework 1/14-1/18


2019
01.13

Parents,

Q2 is two school weeks away from being over!  Please remind your child that their learning goal is READING STAMINA.  Urge your child to read daily and read more and perhaps even read to you!  Students who read at least 5 books or accumulate 25 points on ReadnQuiz will be invited to a Hot Chocolate Social at the end of the quarter.

Raise A Glass For Ray is coming up on Janury 31.    Please join us for our annual fundraiser at The Promontory: http://rayschool.weebly.com/raise-a-glass-for-ray.html

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Annotation objective: This week, we will focus on annotating surprising details from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week in our Unit 4 DECIMALS, students will use algebraic equations to  plot data sets on a coordinate grid, using the (x, y) to plot points.  Students will also estimate addends and add decimals.

here is a link to our curriculum website for math:

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Writer’s Workshop-This week,  students will work on Informational Writing.  This week, students will produce  4 prewrites in their notebooks of informational writing topics.  We will also deconstruct an introductory paragraph, learning the three parts:  Grabber, Thesis, Transition.  We will practice identifying the three parts in introductory paragraphs.

Homework Chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 4-9 Home Link 4-10 Home Link 4-11 Home Link 4-12  
Writing Week 6 cursive packet due.        
         
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY. Read over the weekend!

Weekly Overview/Homework 1/7 -1/11


2019
01.01

Parents,

I hope you had a fantastic Winter Break!  Students will take NWEA Map tests in Reading and Math on Wednesday and Thursday this week.  Also, another reminder that the Q2 goal is READING STAMINA.  Urge your child to read daily and read more and perhaps even read to you!  Students who read at least 5 books or accumulate 25 points on ReadnQuiz will be invited to a Hot Chocolate Social at the end of the quarter.

Raise A Glass For Ray is coming up!  Please join us for our annual fundraiser at The Promontory: http://rayschool.weebly.com/raise-a-glass-for-ray.html

Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS:

Reader’s Workshop–This week, students will work in all five stations of The Daily Five:  Read To Self, Listen To Reading, Word Work, Guided Reading, Reader’s Response.  Please allow students to bring headphones or earbuds to school so they may listen on Epic Books.  Students will be required to write weekly Reader’s Response letters about their IR books as assessments.  In addition, students will take a reading quiz after they complete their IR book.

Our Annotation objectives will change weekly as we begin to refine our thinking as readers.  This week, we will focus on annotating Predictions from the text in our IR books.

Math-  This week in our Unit 4 DECIMALS, students will practice plotting ordered pairs on a coordinate grid, using the (x, y) to plot points.

http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/parents/5th-grade/em4-at-home/

Writer’s Workshop-This week,  students will share their published Fractured Fairy Tales in an Author’s Chair.  Then, we will begin working on Informational writing.  This week, students will complete two write-outs in their writer’s notebook.  Then, students will select one of these topics to create an informational poem.

Homework Chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 4-6 Home Link 4-7 Home Link 4-8  
Writing Week 5 cursive packet due.
Reading Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Read for a minimum of 30-45 minutes Record on Reading Log Reading Log is due TODAY.Read over the weekend!