Homework: 5/13- 5/21Assignments are always subject to change... look over your child's nightly agenda as well.Math: (Continue practicing your multiplication facts.)Each week on Monday, students will receive a problem solving packet that includes 40 problems. We will check over the packets every Friday. (Math Madness 37, 38, 39, 40; due: 5/17. )Students should be working to complete 6 Jefferson Lab 20 question tests. (All 6 are due by 5/21.)Follow link and go to website: Math Fact practice (this is off of Ms. Hannah's page so don't get confused!)Reading: Read 20 minutes each night.I am currently reading "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nihm" to the class and there are occasional assignments related to this story.SOL Reading test is on Tuesday, 5/14.Spelling: We are now using the "Wordly Wise" resource. Lesson 14; due Thursday, 5/16; Activity A-E.Reading/Writing connection:Monday - students will write about their weekendMonday Prompt - Write about your weekend.Tuesday- Thursday - (Students are working on a problem based learning assignment known simply as "Storyboard project". This is ongoing in class.) Storyboard paper product/worksheet will be collected and graded on Monday, 5/5.Wednesday - 5/1: "Reading Conferences" - Students have a reading folder that they will bring with them whenever they have a conference. Student folders are a great way for you to see what your child conveys in a conference. I transcribe their message and then record a grade as well.
Last Modified on May 13, 2019