Homework for the week of April 29, 2013
20 minutes a night
The 20 minutes can be from a novel or a magazine
that your child enjoys reading.
Some examples: Discovery, Highlights, Time for
Kids, or Sports Illustrated for Kids. Please complete your reading log at
least 1 night per week. The log is due
on Friday morning with Parent Signature.
We will be suspending Reading Log/Quick Write for the next few weeks
Narrative Text due Friday: "The Science Place"
(multiple-choice and open-ended)
will be suspending spelling tests until after the NJASK )
NEW RULE: If you receive a 100% or higher on your
pretest, you have two homework options for the week.
Unit 24 workbook pages 112-117 due Friday, May 4. You will be graded on the
Persuasive Writing for Reading Packet
Choose your favorite poem and bring it in on Friday, April 19. Be able to
explain poem and tell us why it is your favorite. =)
Review customary units of length
Please spend ten minutes each night practicing your
multiplication and division facts
See Ms. Meyers' or Ms. Salacki's website for
Please see Ms. Reischel's website for nightly homework
Extra Help Day!
I will be available for extra help on Wednesday afternoons. If I feel that
your child needs to stay for a particular subject or topic I will send home a
request form for you to sign. If you would like to request extra help, please
call, email, or write me and I will send home a permission slip with the
scheduled Wednesday on the form. Thank you!
Parents- Please check over your
child's nightly assignments.
If you have any questions about the
work, please feel free to contact me. Thank you for all of your help and
support. These are the nightly assignments. Please remember to check your
child's agenda each night for the homework. At times, homework will be
modified to reinforce the daily lessons. I have explained to the children that
they are responsible for writing down their homework and knowing what is due