Very exciting happenings in and around Ray this week!!
We will attend the Shedd Aquarium next week. We need parent chaperones to help out, as we will be trying the tour with ipads for the first time. 3 studnets will travel together with an ipad viewing the exhibits. We would like one parent for every 2 groups. Let us know if you can attend.
The Shedd Aqaurium is hosting overnight experiences and April 7th there are a few openings still available. Check out their website for details on how to sign up.
The Women’s History project due at the end of the month is an exciting time for us to celebrate the powerful women who have come before us. If your family needs help finding resources please let us know. As questions of us as we get closer to the deadline.
There is currently a food drive in full swing at Ray. Please donate any non parishables. The drive ends next week.
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.
are, baby, didn’t, good, I’ll, is, please, sound, talk, too
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)
Choice 1:Fantastic Food
Pretend you are a food in the suppermarket. If you could talk, what would you say to make shoppers wnt to buy you?
Write a speech about yourself. Name what food you are, and tell what makes you special.
Choice 2: Cooking for Kids
Make a cookbook for a friend. On each page, draw a picture of something you like to eat. Under the picture, write the directions that tell how to cook the food. List steps in order. Be sure to name each thing you will need to buy at the market.