ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on Istation and Iready.
ELA Learning Targets:
This week we will be a review week for the skill we have covered so far this year. These skills include: Ask and Answering Questions, Main Idea and Key Details, Sequencing, and Cause and Effect. We will be having a summative assessment on Friday that will address each of these skills. We will also have our spelling and vocabulary summative for Unit 1.
W.3.2: Writing informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
W.3.7: Conduct short research projects that build knowledge about a topic.
W.3.8: Gather information from sources; take brief notes and sort evidence into categories.
Social Studies: SS.3.C.1.2: Describe how government gains its power from the people.
IXL: A.1, A.2, D.1, D.4, R.1, R.2
Spelling and Vocabulary
This week will be a review of Unit 1. We will be having a summative test on October 4th.
Clap Step Sick
Rock Luck Crop
Snack Mess Head
Shut Miss Stamp
Jump Click pond
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
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
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
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
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