Please check around your house for Guided Reading Books. These are the books that came home each week in a bag for your child to practice reading. Some books are missing and as just a reminder if it is your child who is missing the book it will cost $5.00 per book.
STAR TESTING Monday and Tuesday- No Visitors allowed
Books Due Thursday may 17th If students turn their library books in on this day (or before) then they will get to choose a fun station to play during library time.
Friday- Rodeo Day (more details to come)
Spelling- Inflectional Endings (-ing)doing, going, acting, bending, planting, camping, helping, walking, mother, before
Reading-Students will be participating in Readers Theater. Students will practice reading fluently and with expression.
Writing-Students will present their Media Literacy Project.
Science-Students will compare ways that young animals resemble their parents.Students will observe and record life cycles of animals such as chicken, frog or fish.
Social Studies-Students will continue to learn about landforms and bodies of water. Students must be familiar with what the following landforms and bodies of water look like:
Mountain, hill, canyon, valley, river, ocean, pond and lake.
Math-Students will review for our Math Benchmark. Students will be testing over EVERYTHING they have learned this school year. The Math Benchmark is a district test and we will not see it until Monday after school. We will give the Math Benchmark on Tuesday.
Library this week is Thursday due to Birthday book club on Friday. Please send all books in on Wednesday or Thursday.
Please have your child bring in one or two 3-D objects that we can use to classify and determine the faces, edges and vertices
Long Vowel Review Week
rope, cute, flute, here, like, gate, made, bike, these, and home
Students will describe the plot of a fiction story and retell the events with attention to the sequence of events.
Students are writing their own small moments and including great beginnings, dialogue, details and an ending instead of just writing "THE END"
Social Studies: Students will recite and explain the meaning of the Texas pledge.
Students will identify anthems and mottoes of Texas.
Students will identify state symbols and their importance and meanings
Students will identify contributions of the historical figure Sam Houston who has influenced the state of Texas.
Science: Students will identify and compare the parts of plants.
Math:Students will identify 2D shapes based on their attributes. (focusing on regular and irregular hexagons)
Students will create 2D figures, including circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, and hexagons.
Students will compose 2D shapes by joining other shapes.
Students will investigate the shapes and where they see them in real life around them.