Q1W7

WEEKLY CHECKLIST

Monday

Ready Reading (78-79)

Candy Corn Writing

Spelling Practice

iReady

Tuesday

Ready Reading (80-81)

iReady

IXL: Q.1, Q.2

Read

Wednesday

Ready Reading (82-83)

Amazing Animals Writing

Voting

Thursday

Ready Reading (86-90) – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

iReady

Vocabulary Practice

Vampire Bats

Friday

Spelling Summative – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

Vocabulary Summative – **GRADED ASSIGNMENT

Complete any unfinished work from this week. 

WEEKLY STANDARDS/ SPELLING AND VOCABULARY

Social Studies: Voting

SS.3.C.1 Foundations of Government and the American Political System

SS.3.C.2 Civic and political participation

SS.3.C.3 Structures and functions of government

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

ELA Learning Targets:

LAFS.3.RL.1.1 

  • Show understanding of stories by asking and answering questions
  • Refer to the text to support answers to questions asked about the text

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.

**THIS WEEK WE WILL HAVE SPELLING AND VOCABULARY SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS. Below are the words that students will need to know.

Spelling

snack

head

click

rock           

date

smile

smoke

rose                                     

fail

ray

grade

great

paint

coast

slow

sold                              

snow

float

sky

ties

child

flight                                   

buy

ray

Challenge Words

*brush

*degree

*claim

*program

*twilight

Vocabulary

Soared – flew high in the air

Scratch – 1. scrape or cut with nails or claws 2. cancel or strike out

Crackle – make a series of small, sharp snapping noises

Down – fine, soft feathers; from a higher to a lower place

Resort – to do something because there is no other choice

Appetite – wanting to eat

Downstairs – down the stairs

Neighborhood – community, small section of a town or city

Envelope – a flat paper container, often used for sending letters through the mail

Photograph – a picture made with a camera

Chuckled – laughed quietly

Nervous – afraid or worried

Fumbled – done in a clumsy way

Whips – moves or hits quickly and suddenly

Junior – the younger or smaller of two

Addressing – working on a problem

Huddle – a group of people or animals that is close together

Echoes – repeats a sound

Perfect – without a mistake or fault

Content – happy with what you are doing; satisfied

Fierce – very strong or violent

Healthy– well; not sick