Monday, March 23, 2015

Week 28

Homework

1. Sight Words: why, talk, does, use
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find different activities to do with the sight words.

2. Word Families: Inflectional endings: -er & -ing
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find out how to practice the word families.

3. Reading: at least 20 minutes 
- On your child's reading calendar, log the number of minutes your child read and/or the number of minutes you read to your child. Return this calendar to school each day.
- At least 10 minutes in a book, and no more than 10 minutes on Raz Reading.

4. Writing Journal: 
- Have your child write at least 2 complete sentences in their take home writing journal. Return this writing journal to school each day.
- Writing instructions are on the inside front cover of the journal. Please review and practice these.
- Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" for journal topic ideas.

5. IXL:
K.2 Identify 3-dimensional figures & K.7 Compare sides and vertices
- Your child can complete the assignments anytime between today and Saturday night.
- See "Homework Clarifications" for more info on IXL assignments



Announcements 

* Spring pictures are on Thursday, March 26th, 2015.

* Spring Break is April 6th - 10th! No School!!

* If you choose to participate, there is a pizza reading pledge through Papa Murphy's which begins March 23 and continues through April 17. Take the pledge by going to ReadToday.com.

* Keep reading, writing, and doing math with your child! Thank you for ALL the support you render!

Monday, March 16, 2015

Week 27

Homework

1. Sight Words: other, give, won't, more
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find different activities to do with the sight words.

2. Word Families: -ed says t, -ed says ed, -ed says d
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find out how to practice the word families.

3. Reading: at least 20 minutes 
- On your child's reading calendar, log the number of minutes your child read and/or the number of minutes you read to your child. Return this calendar to school each day.
- At least 10 minutes in a book, and no more than 10 minutes on Raz Reading.

4. Writing Journal: 
- Have your child write at least 2 complete sentences in their take home writing journal. Return this writing journal to school each day.
- Writing instructions are on the inside front cover of the journal. Please review and practice these.
- Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" for journal topic ideas.

5. IXL:
R.2 Put numbers in order & E.5 Subtracting 4
- Your child can complete the assignments anytime between today and Saturday night.
- See "Homework Clarifications" for more info on IXL assignments



Announcements 

* With cold and flu season upon us, please use your best judgement when contemplating whether to keep your child home or send them to school. When keeping your child home, please call the school and excuse your child's absence. (801)610-8713

* If your child needs cough drops throughout the day, they can bring them to school and give them to their teacher to administer as needed.  They cannot keep cough drops in their backpacks.

* Keep reading, writing, and doing math with your child! Thank you for ALL the support you render!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Week 26

Homework

1. Sight Words: made, first, again, them
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find different activities to do with the sight words.

2. Word Families: y says i & y says e
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find out how to practice the word families.

3. Reading: at least 20 minutes 
- On your child's reading calendar, log the number of minutes your child read and/or the number of minutes you read to your child. Return this calendar to school each day.
- At least 10 minutes in a book, and no more than 10 minutes on Raz Reading.

4. Writing Journal: 
- Have your child write at least 2 complete sentences in their take home writing journal. Return this writing journal to school each day.
- Writing instructions are on the inside front cover of the journal. Please review and practice these.
- Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" for journal topic ideas.

5. IXL:
F.9 Add and subtract tens & B.17 Adding three numbers
- Your child can complete the assignments anytime between today and Saturday night.
- See "Homework Clarifications" for more info on IXL assignments



Announcements 

* With cold and flu season upon us, please use your best judgement when contemplating whether to keep your child home or send them to school. When keeping your child home, please call the school and excuse your child's absence. (801)610-8713

* If your child needs cough drops throughout the day, they can bring them to school and give them to their teacher to administer as needed.  They cannot keep cough drops in their backpacks.

* Keep reading, writing, and doing math with your child! Thank you for ALL the support you render!

Monday, March 2, 2015

Week 25

Homework

1. Sight Words: says, zoo, father, mother
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find different activities to do with the sight words.

2. Word Families: -oy, -oi
Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" to find out how to practice the word families.

3. Reading: at least 20 minutes 
- On your child's reading calendar, log the number of minutes your child read and/or the number of minutes you read to your child. Return this calendar to school each day.
- At least 10 minutes in a book, and no more than 10 minutes on Raz Reading.

4. Writing Journal: 
- Have your child write at least 2 complete sentences in their take home writing journal. Return this writing journal to school each day.
- Writing instructions are on the inside front cover of the journal. Please review and practice these.
- Refer to the link on the left under "Homework" for journal topic ideas.

5. IXL:
D.18 Subtract tens I & B.25 Adds tens II
- Your child can complete the assignments anytime between today and Saturday night.
- See "Homework Clarifications" for more info on IXL assignments



Announcements 

* No School on Monday, March 9th!!

* Watch for report cards coming home this week!

* With cold and flu season upon us, please use your best judgement when contemplating whether to keep your child home or send them to school. When keeping your child home, please call the school and excuse your child's absence. (801)610-8713

* If your child needs cough drops throughout the day, they can bring them to school and give them to their teacher to administer as needed.  They cannot keep cough drops in their backpacks.

* Keep reading, writing, and doing math with your child! Thank you for ALL the support you render!