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NOTES FROM TEACHER:

  • The students started Mastery Club! We have a couple of two star members and a few one star members.  The students can look up the challenges at home and in school.  A link for a list of the challenges is on my website.  Once the students are confident that they have memorized their challenge they can take the quiz in school. I am extremely pleased with the students’ interest in Mastery Club, and I’m impressed by their determination to become “Hall of Fame” members! By completing sixteen challenges or more, the students will become a “Hall of Fame” member.
  • If you could please send in any old magazines that you are no longer using. We use them for a number of activities throughout the year.  Please check to make sure they are appropriate for the classroom. Thanks!
  • Parents please remember to initial your child’s daily fluency paper. Every Friday, the students will turn their weekly paper in. They will get a new passage on Mondays. 

A PEEK AT THE WEEK:

Reading-Boom Town

·        Strategy – Summarize

·        Skills – Sequence and Make Predictions

·        Genre- Fiction, Historical Fiction and Expository

Spelling- Long “e”

Grammar – Common and Proper Nouns

Writing- Complete sentences, journal writing, persuasive paragraph writing, friendly letter

Math- Go Math- Chapter 1- Addition and Subtraction within 1,000

Social Studies – Daily Geography week 5

Science – Chapter 1- Plants and How They Grow

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 

Thursday, September 28th

·        Spelling Test

·        Daily Geography Quiz

Friday, September 29th

·        “Boom Town” Test

·        Common Core Math and Language Arts Assessments

·        Fluency passage 2

due

·        Our Book Fair Time- 10:45- 11:15

Spelling: 

heel              freeze

seal              field

weak            sidewalks

week            grumbled

bean             traders

creek          blossomed

speaks          wailed

team            lonesome

free

green

clean

cream

street


Thank you,

Mrs. Weirich 

mweirich@peotoneschools.org



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