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 "The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows."  ~ Sydney J. Harris



Spelling

Thursday- Spelling Test
Friday - Retakes

  • Spelling tests made fun! 

     

 
Reading

 

  • "A Tall, Tall Wall," pages 188-195
  • "All On the Mao," pages 200-215
  • Summary: Readers learn about maps.  Photographs of city scenes are compared with maps of the same area.
  •  Genre - Nonfiction  
  • Paired Selection:  "Roads," pages 218-219
  • Genre:  Poetry


      
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Harcourt Storytown Reading Series, Grades K-6

Language Arts

Sentences 
   All sentences begin with a capital letter and end with an endmark. 
   A sentence must make sense. If the words are not in the correct order, the sentence won't make sense. 
Naming Parts of Sentences
   All sentences have a naming part.
   The naming part tells who or what the sentence is about.
 
Math
Topic 1 - Understanding Addition
 
 
 
Social Studies
Unit 1 - Time For School
 
 
HOMEWORK 
Please go over the daily class work.  Study word lists every night.  Read!  Read!  Read!  Make sure you initial the homeowrk sheet each night.

 


 

  

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