The Bingo board has the list number and test date on the top. Any 4 boxes may be completed. They don’t need to be in a row.
Homework should be turned in on the day of the test.
Spelling Homework is optional, but encouraged. Spelling City is a great resource. There are many free activities for extra practice.
Reading Unit 2: Becoming Experts: Reading Nonfiction
Students will know...
- notice and learn when reading nonfiction
- think deeply when reading nonfiction
- notice details to grow knowledge
- notice, learn and question when reading nonfiction
- read actively and thoughtfully when reading nonfiction
- pause and accumulate knowledge
- change their voice to match the information inside the nonfiction text
Writing: NonfictionStudents will know...
Writing Lots of Nonfiction Books Quickly
Writing for an Audience
Writing Nonfiction Books of All Kinds
Math Topic 8: Time & Money
Students will be able to...
- Solve problems with coins.
- Solve problems with coins.
- Solve problems with dollar bills and coins that model 100.
- Solve problems with dollar bills.
- Reason about values of coins and dollar bills and find different ways to make the same total value.
- Tell time to the nearest five minutes.
- Say the time in all different ways.
- Tell time and use reasoning to state if an event is happening in the a.m or p.m.
Social Studies Unit 3: Historical Symbols and American IdentityStudents will know...
Various symbols in American history (e.g. the Liberty Bell, the bald eagle, the US flag, the Washington Monument, etc.)
The origins of historical symbols and when and where they originated
Science Materials: donations of the following are appreciated.
• plastic fruit containers • lids of any size • oatmeal or coffee canisters • large and small cardboard boxes • film canisters • spools • twisty ties • rolls from wrapping paper • the plastic parts from push-up pops • metal washers • cardboard tubes • bubble wrap • packing materials • the plastic pizza tables • cardboard tray from water bottle case • baby wipe containers • old CD’s • corks • Pringles cans • pie tins • small plastic tubs • Styrofoam trays (not from meat, though!) • uniquely shaped boxes or containers
**I would appreciate if all items are clean and dry!
On the first day of school your child received the following items:
- Homework Folder
- Glue Stick
Additional Suggested Supplies
- Extra pencils, erasers & glue stick
- Pencil Box (not too big)
Our room is peanut free.
We have 1st lunch. We will have a quick snack in the afternoon.
I usually have pretzels or animal crackers available. If your child brings their own snack please keep it simple.
I allow students to have water bottles on their desks.
No juice, gatorade, etc. in class. Please check bottles to make sure they're not prone to spilling.
Donations of: tissues, hand sanitizer, sanitizing cleaning wipes, pretzels and animal crackers (peanut free) are always appreciated!
Scholastic books: No cash, checks are payable to Scholastic or you can order online at scholastic.com. The class code is H2F6W