Please turn in your trip slips and fee as soon as possible. We need to pay the theater to keep our seats reserved. Thanks
As the weather continues to be unpredictable we would like to suggest a few things. First, consider packing a change of clothes (socks included). Second, please try to label your child’s belongings with name and classroom number for faster retrieval if lost. Finally please please provide your child with a water bottle with sports lid to have at their seat. The radiant heat makes the air very dry in the school building.
We are running very low on snacks again.
Home assignments: (Reading logs are due each Monday. Writing assignments are due each Friday.)
Reading minimum 15 minutes daily —weekends too! (log printed on the back of this sheet)
Math sheet–Mon through Thurs
Sight words: THESE WORDS ARE PRACTICED FOR READING FLUENCY: SEE THE TEACHER FOR SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO PRACTICE.
because, better, go, old, really, right, they, was, you
A “Writing Application” project will last all 5 days of the week Monday: Plan (choose from the 2 topics provided) Tuesday Draft, Wednesday revise (make it better) Thursday edit (check for errors) Friday publish (turn it in to the teacher)
Writing Application: Note parents may “share the pen” if needed as we start the year and turn it over to more independent writing as we progress.
Choice 1:Tongue Twisters
Write silly sentences about farming. Try to begin each sentence with the same letter sound.
Choice 2: Barn Beautiful
Pretend you are a very smart farmer. You have just built a wonderful new barn for your animals. Draw a picture of your barn. Then write about it. Tell what it looks like and how it is special. Stretch your imagination!