Don’t forget about open house September 25th at 6pm.
Reading Counts will begin this week. We will be receiving the logins this week. And a packet will be sent home with more information.
Also, the book fair will be this week. If books are purchased online with your class code, then we will receive free book for the classroom.
ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on Istation and Iready.
ELA Learning Targets:
3.Rl.1.3 Students will describe the sequential relationship between a series of events in historical text.
3.SL.1.1c Ask questions to check understanding of information presented.
3.W.3.8: Gather information from sources; take brief notes and sort evidence into categories.
Science Learning Targets: Students will recognize that the sun appears large and bright because it is the closest star to Earth. Stars can be different. Some are smaller, larger or brighter than others. The Sun effects the Earth with its heat and brightness.
Science Learning Activities: Students will make observations of a model of the night sky. We will do a variety of activities on the Earth and stars.
Math Learning Targets:.
We will continue our chapter on division strategies and take the chapter 5 test. Next, we will begin working on finding the area of a figure using multiplication.
IXL: F1-11,13,15 (division) FF 6,7,8,10 (area)
Math Learning Targets: Students will learn the meaning of division and use models to divide numbers into equal groups. They will count unit squares and use addition and multiplication to find area. We will be using our My Math curriculum from McGraw-Hill.
Spelling and Vocabulary
This week will be a review of Unit 1. We will be having a summative test on Friday the 28th.
Clap Step Sick
Rock Luck Crop
Snack Mess Head
Shut Miss Stamp
Jump Click pond
*cat, can, man
Downstairs- down the stairs
Nervous- afraid or worried
Fumbled- done in a clumsy way
Chuckled- laughed- laughed quietly
Nonsense- a silly or untrue idea or thought
Trudged- walked slowly, with heavy steps
Date home wise
Fine safe smoke
Rose rice grade
Lake globe smile
Life plane come
*clap, crop, sick
Crackle- make a series of small, sharp snapping noises
Announced- told something in a loud or official way
Soared- flew high in the air
Starry- full of many stars
Envelope- a flat paper container, often used for sending letters through the mail
Photograph- a picture made with a camera
Fail stray gray
Bay trail plays
Pail May paint
Ray braid snail
Plain sway great
*safe, globe, rice
Neighborhood- community, small section of a town or city
Content- happy with what you are doing satisfied
Addressing- working on a problem
Resort- to do something because there is no other choice
Gold loaf slow
Bowl roast grows
Soak coast show
Sold scold float
Snow coal blow
*snail, gray, plain
Fierce- very strong or violent
Whips- moves or hits quickly and suddenly
Echoes- repeats a sound
Shuffles- walking without lifting the feet off the ground
Huddle- a group of people or animals that is close together
Junior- the younger or smaller of two
Down- find soft feathers; from a higher to a lower place
Mild fight child
Sky ties flight
Pie right bright
Might fry buy
Find tight dye
*soak, bowl, gold
Perfect- without a mistake or fault
Challenge- something that calls for work and effort
Healthy- well; not sick
Satisfy- to meet the needs of; to make happy
Manage- to succeed at doing something
Scratch- 1. Scrape or cut with nails or claws; 2. Cancel or strike out.
Appetite- wanting to eat