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August/September Homework Students have three things they should work on each night for homework. 1. Read a book to put on their Reading Log. 2. Complete the assigned math page. 3. Learn to spell their spelling words for the week. We will be doing Common Core math in class. They will learn every possible way to do a certain problem including writing and describing why the answer is what it is. For homework we will work on learning math facts quickly in our head or reviewing the basic components of the unit. Math homework is due the next day.Please check the pages on this site and do them with the math book sent home for you to keep and tear work out of each night. Reading Logs are usually sent home the first school day of the month. Reading Logs are due the last school day of the month. This time they are due the last day in September. Spelling is to be studied daily at home until the test on Friday.In class we will be doing certain vowel patterns or breaking apart words in a certain way. I will give you all the examples we will work on to help you get the idea across.We start with simple words and then build. I will asterisk the ones to study for the test. I will let you know when tests are in other subjects and what to study for each one. If your child is absent they still must turn in their homework and make up work in class. __________________________________________________________________________ ____ First week August 15th-19th Reading Logs will be sent home Monday to start. Due Last school day of Sept.since Aug. is a short month.The elephant paper is their first Reading Log. They must read 6 fiction books and 6 nonfiction books. Please don't use books they have already read. The idea is for them to practice. Math- Tear out of math workbook Mon.- No homework, Tues.-pp 3-4, Wed.- p.5-p.6, Thurs.- p. 7-p.8 Spelling Class Word Study List The words get progressively harder. Read words with short vowels: yet pit cut not top hen let vet ten but shut slot chop lit then that shop when strut combat split droplet spirit habitat misfit often Words to study at home for the test Friday: * let then that but shop split habitat often misfit droplet Science Track the meals your child eats. We are going to be working on the five food groups. I am sending home the paper the first day of school. Due Friday the 19th.Please make sure your meals contain the five food groups: vegetables, fruits, meats and beans, and dairy Math/social studies- Make a poster of yourself (no bigger that 16X20) I am sending home directions. How are numbers in your life? Due Friday. __________________________________________________________________________ ____ Week of Aug. 22-26th. Work on Reading Log every night Mon.-Thurs.this week. Math- Do front and back of each page. Mon. pp. 9-10 Tues. pp. 11-12 Wed.pp. 13-14 Thurs. pp.15-16 Spelling Class Word Study List Short vowel sounds fast best list cost just lost trust twist gust cast wrist chest must west crust frost rust mist dust past fist vest last adjust sawdust assist request mistrust checklist forecast contest defrost broadcast suggest * Words for Friday's test last must just list best assist contest mistrust suggest __________________________________________________________________________ _ Week of Aug.29th-Sept. 2 Work on Reading Log every day. Math-Do the front and back of each assigned page. Mon. pp. 17-18 Tues. pp. 19-20 Wed. pp. 21-22 Thurs. pp 23-24 Spelling Class Word List meal feel leap sheep mean meat feet seal eel cheat weep heel seat teen been wheel keep sheet team meal eat steep greet sweep repeat wheat ordeal street cheap treat oatmeal cartwheel asleep creep * Words for Friday's test. been feet keep seat weep eat repeat wheel sheep wheat street creep oatmeal __________________________________________________________________________ ____ Week of Sept. 5th-9th Reading Log every night. Math- Do the front and back of each assigned page. Mon. No homework Tues. pp. 25-26 Wed. pp. 27-28 Thurs. 29-30 Spelling In Class List cat ape snake ant rat grape plant cape flat flake scat slant scrape brake shape chant drape chat grant wake tape splat shake earthquake escape transplant fruitcake doormat acrobat enchant pancake landscape mistake nonfat * Words for Friday's test ape ant grape plant scrape shake drape escape enchant landscape pancake mistake __________________________________________________________________________ ____ Week of Sept. 12-16th Work on Reading Log every night. Work on recycle project- Make something out of recycled materials to share in class. I showed them examples. Due September 23rd. Government Test Friday. Study the following: What do the following people do? President, Mayor, Governor, judge What services does the government provide? What is an election and why is it important? What rights do we have? Why are they important/ Why did we go to war with England and fight the Revolutionary War? Who made the first flag? What do the stars and stripes mean on the flag? Compare the first flag and the one now? What is the Constitution? Who can vote? Math- Do the front and back of each assigned page. Mon. pp. 31-32 Tues.pp.33-34 Wed. pp. 35-36 Thurs. pp. 37-38 Spelling In Class Word List grade green great glue glad glint grain grass grow globe glass glare group gray grape ground glow glove grandchild grapefruit glitter grasshopper grocery grown-up glance gleaming * Words for Friday's test. grade great glass grow group ground glow grandchild glitter grasshopper glance gleaming __________________________________________________________________________ ____ _ Week of Sept.19-23rd Work on Reading Log every night. Math- Do both sides of the assigned pages. Mon.pp. 39-40 Tues.pp. 41-42 Wed. pp. 43-44 Thurs. pp. 45-46 Spelling In Class List flat flap flag fly clock click float flame club clay claw clip flood floor flour close clean class flavor climb clear clutter flashlight closet clothes clatter clubhouse * Words on Friday's test. flag clock flat club claw class close flavor clear clean closet clothes __________________________________________________________________________ ____ Week of Sept.26-Sept. 30th Work on Reading Log every night. Due Sept. 30.A new Reading Log will be sent home. Math- Mon.pp. 47-48 Tues pp. 49-50 Wed. pp. 51-52 Thurs.pp. 53-54 Spelling- In class list: the she whip chip chin ship sharp three thick sheep shine cheese chicken why what who that where those shell which change whether thunder thirsty shovel shelf thought through shower shoulder chalkboard chapter * Words for Friday's test: why what who that where those which change thought through chapter cheese
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