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WEEKLY CHECKLIST

Tuesday

Ready Reading: Introduction (242-243)

Ready Reading: Little Puppy (244-245)

iReady

Spelling Practice

IXL: GG.1, F.2

Wednesday

Ready Reading: Little by Little (246-247)

Writing in Response to Literature: Opinion Writing

Social Studies: Rosa Parks

Thursday

Ready Reading: The Truth About the Dragon’s Tooth (250-254) – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

iReady

IXL: GG.1, F.2 

Vocabulary Practice

Friday

Spelling Test – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

Vocabulary Test – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

Complete any unfinished work from this week. 

WEEKLY STANDARDS/ SPELLING AND VOCABULARY

Social Studies: Black History Month

SS.3.G.4.4 – Identify contributions from various ethnic groups to the United States

ELA Activities: Students will participate in small group learning in addition to whole group instruction. 

ELA Learning Targets:

LAFS.3.RL.2.5

  • Understand that poems are made of parts called “stanzas.”
  • Describe how each stanza builds the poem’s story.
  • Refer to the term “stanza” when writing or speaking about a poem.

Writing Targets:

3.W.3.8 – Gather information from sources; take brief notes and sort evidence into categories.

  • Students will be able to demonstrate Informative writing skills through a series of writing prompts.

Spelling

Loop

Rude

Look

Clue

Spoon

Tube

Shook

Blue

Cubes

Goose

Mules

Gloom

True

Shoe

Stew

* Rescue

* Beautiful

* Cooperation

Vocabulary

*Annual – happening once a year

*Potential – the possibility to become real or to become greater

*Expensive – costing a lot of money

*Politely – in a way that shows in good manners

*Package – something put in a box or wrapped in paper

*Wrapping – paper, plastic, or cloth that is used to cover something

*Innocent – harmless; not guilty

*Aisles – the area between rows of shelves at a store or seats