Heather Mullins

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Heather Mullins

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What we are working on

Language Arts

Words with oo, ew, ue, ou
Multiple-meaning words
Contractions
Infer/Predict


Math -

Time
Calendar
Temperature
Ordinal numbers


Social Studies
 - 

Famous People


Important Dates



March 20 - Reading Benchmark
March 20 - Candy money due
March 21 - Math Benchmark
March 24 - 80s Dance Party!  3:30-5:00








Homework for Mar. 20 - Mar. 24

 

Language Arts 

Math

Social Studies

 Monday Study spelling and vocabulary words.
Read leveled reader.
Line things up and ask your child which is first, second, third, etc.
Ask your child what the temperature is outside.
Go over study guide.
Ask your child about the people we are learning about.  
Ask what they did and why they are important.
 Tuesday
Study spelling and vocabulary words.
Read leveled reader.
Line things up and ask your child which is first, second, third, etc.
Ask your child what the temperature is outside.
Go over study guide.
Ask your child about the people we are learning about.  
Ask what they did and why they are important.
 Wednesday Study spelling and vocabulary words.
Read leveled reader.  Fill in the leveled reader paper.
Line things up and ask your child which is first, second, third, etc.
Ask your child what the temperature is outside.
Go over study guide.
Ask your child about the people we are learning about.  
Ask what they did and why they are important.
 Thursday Study spelling and vocabulary words.
Read leveled reader.
Line things up and ask your child which is first, second, third, etc.
Ask your child what the temperature is outside.
Go over study guide.
Ask your child about the people we are learning about.  
Ask what they did and why they are important.
 Friday Test day.
No homework!
Enjoy your weekend!
Test day.
No homework!
Enjoy your weekend!
Test day.
No homework!
Enjoy your weekend!
 

Ways to help your child:
* Ask what we did in class today.  Find out what we are learning about and allow your child to show you.
* Give your child an assortment of items lined up.  Ask which is first, second, third, etc.  Allow your child to read a thermometer and ask him/her what the temperature is.
* Make up some 2 digit addition and subtraction problems for your child to work on.  These are also hard concepts for many children and the more they practice, the better they will understand.
* Give your child a practice spelling test.  
* Ask your child to use the vocabulary we are learning in sentences.

www.ABCya.com is a wonderful resource for practicing skills we have been learning about in class.

www.spellingcity.com is another wonderful resource to practice the language arts skills we have been learning about.


Language Arts -
Spelling Words
root, crew, spoon, few, bloom, grew, room, you, stew, boost, scoop, flew, zoo, noon

Challenge:  shampoo, balloon

Vocabulary Words
ordinary - average or common, not special
control - the power to make things happen the way you want them to
cage - an enclosure made with wire or bars meant to keep something inside of it
upset - unhappy or worried
sensible - showing good judgment
confused - unable to understand what is happening
training - the process of being taught something or of preparing for something
suspiciously - in a way that shows you do not trust someone or something

This week's leveled readers (click on the level)

Circle

Triangle

Square


Social Studies Study Guide

Encore
Monday - PE-Greear
Tuesday - Computer Lab
Wednesday - PE-Sturgill
Thursday - Library/Guidance
Friday - PE-Greear


Lunch Menu
Monday - Cheese styx w/marinara sauce; dark green salad; broccoli; fruit choice; milk
Tuesday - Chicken pasta; bread stick; salad; peas; fruit choice; milk
Wednesday - Corn dogs; pinto beans; tater tots; greens; fruit choice; milk
Thursday - Steak planks w/gravy; mashed potatoes; peas/carrots; Pillsbury biscuit; fruit choice; milk
Friday - Deli sandwich w/cheese lettuce/onion/pickles; baked beans; sweet potato fries; fruit choice; milk