Please feel free to email me if you have any questions. The success of our classroom comes from open communication and modeling the skills we want students to embrace. I believe it will be a great year and I look forward to working with each of you!
Parents you will receive the following material for your student to keep at home: math vocabulary cards, science refrigerator cards, Virginia studies refrigerator cards, read and write gold access and reading logs which will be due every Friday. If you would like an electronic version of these forms please have your student bring in a USB flash drive minimum 8GB. The students will also have a copy of these items at school in their desks. Please keep these study materials where your child will have access daily to help in their homework. They will be required to learn this information throughout the year. Your child will be tested at the end of the year on all of this material. I am excited to work with your child. It is going to be a great year.
Monday = PE
Tuesday = Music, Library
Wednesday = Computer Lab, Music
Thursday = Art
Friday = PE
Most students need to practice writing their math facts 3-5 times.
Please work on multiplication facts, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 are difficult for many of the students. Thank you for your support.
Homework: Look for information further down the page for your individual student.
20 minutes reading - return reading report every Friday
10 minutes math - Dream box, Jefferson Labs, math vocabulary, math facts
20 minutes Virginia studies- SOL pass, vocabulary, refrigerator cards
10 minutes science - SOL pass, Jefferson Labs, refrigerator cards
Students who need to makeup time in dreambox from 10/10 - 10/17 are listed below. Students should work 90 minutes a week on this program at home. The students are aware of this responsibility. The focus so far is multiplication, place value, rounding, adding and subtracting. If you have any questions or if a student cannot access dreambox at home please email me. Thank you for your support. I will update this on Friday, October 24.
1- 60 minutes 9 - 64 minutes 17 - 49 minutes 21- 59 minutes 26 - 70 minutes
2- 33 minutes 11- 66 minutes 18 - 61 minutes 22- 6 minutes 27 - 62 minutes
6 - 65 minutes 14 - 65 minutes 19- 11 minutes 24 - 71 minutes 29 - 54 minutes
8- 65 minutes 16 - 51 minutes 20 - 21 minutes 25 - 3 minutes
READING REPORTS - 7 Reports SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY OCTOBER 30. This is what has been submitted so far:
student number = number reports submitted
1=3, 2=5, 3=4, 4=6, 5=3, 6=3, 7 = 0, 8=2, 9=1, 10=5, 11=4, 12=6, 13=6, 14=1, 15=1, 16=0, 17=3, 18=1,
19=2, 20=6 21=4, 22=0, 23=4, 24=2, 25=5, 26=0, 27=0, 28=1, 29=1
for students who have 7 missing each day they should turn one in. This report is important as it helps students develop summarizing skills, prediction skills and inferring skills. When they are writing the report should be using complete sentences. This reinforces grammar and punctuation. Please review these reports with your child. They make great dinner conversation about what the student is reading. Please contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for your support.
WHISPER PHONES GO HOME TONIGHT OCTOBER 21ST. Please have your student practice reading aloud into the whisper phone. These do need to be returned at the end of the school year as this is a teacher provided item provided by this specific teacher! Have fun take a turn reading into the phone with your student. When your student practices reading aloud, they are practicing fluency, rate, tone and voice. These are important skills as research shows understanding increases as vocabulary increases.
Submission for read write gold flash drives - usb 8gb not submitted yet: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15 18, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 This material has also been given to the student in hard copies but read write gold is an amazing software that LCPS is providing for use at home. Please submit a flash drive for your student to access this program from home. This is not a requirement but if you would like access it is available.
Field trip for "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" not submitted yet:
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for your support. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students should have completed 7 reading reports before the end of the marking period. These should have been turned into the homework bin. Thank you for your support.
Math facts: Students should know place value, rounding, over and under estimation, we will be adding and subtracting using word problems. I will also see if students can check their answers through using the opposite operation. Please have students write there math facts 3-5 times or more if they are having difficulty remembering them. At this time they should know their 0,1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,8 and 9 up to 12. If they do not know this information please make sure they are writing them on notebook paper and turning them into the homework bin. Thank you.
Virginia Studies: At this time all students should know the entire first and second page of Virginia Studies refrigerator cards. This week we will be starting Jamestown. Please make sure your child is learning this information. Thank you for your support.
Science: At this time all students should know the first card - scientific process, natural resources, solar system and moon phases. A great way to learn moon phases is you and your child can eat an oreo based on the moon changes. Have a discussion about this topic you will have fun and create a great memory. They can also look at the moon every night starting November 1st. Thank you for your support. If you have any questions please ask.
QUIZ LIST FOR FRIDAY October 24 - SOL PASS for review of Virginia studies and science