Wednesday, January 30 (Day B)

MATH:

  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 18 (sight words, edge/idge pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Wednesday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • This week we will be discussing the 5 regions of Pennsylvania. At the end of the week, ask your child about EAR PA;)

SCIENCE:

  • Use the orange Matter Study Guide #2 to study for the test next week

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange

Tuesday, January 29 (Day A)

MATH:

  • Review sheet #1-10 (NO calculator for #1-4; must show work)
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 18 (sight words, edge/idge pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Wednesday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • This week we will be discussing the 5 regions of Pennsylvania. At the end of the week, ask your child about EAR PA;)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange

Monday, January 28 (Day D)

MATH:

  • Review your corrected chapter 9 practice test–test tomorrow.
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • Study for the lesson 21 vocabulary test on Tuesday
  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 18 (sight words, edge/idge pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Wednesday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • This week we will be discussing the 5 regions of Pennsylvania. At the end of the week, ask your child about EAR PA;)

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange

Friday, January 25 (Day C)

MATH:

  • p. 619-621 REVIEW– evens only
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • Study for the lesson 21 vocabulary test on Tuesday
  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 18 (sight words, edge/idge pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Tuesday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Friday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Thursday, January 24 (Day B)

MATH:

  • p. 617-618 #1-13 odds
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • Study for the lesson 21 vocabulary test on Tuesday
  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 17 (sight words, -age pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Tuesday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Thursday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Wednesday, January 23 (Day A)

MATH:

  • two-sided worksheet (add and subtract mixed numbers) Side #1-odds; Side #2-all 5 word problems
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • Study for the lesson 21 vocabulary test next week
  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 17 (sight words, -age pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 14-Monday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Thursday
  • Monday, February 4–book exchange
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Tuesday, January 22 (Day D)

MATH:

  • p. 597-598 #1-12 evens
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • Study for the lesson 21 vocabulary test next week
  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 17 (sight words, -age pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 13-Thursday

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Thursday
  • Wednesday, January 23–book exchange
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Thursday, January 17 (Day C)

MATH:

  • p. 583-584 #1-12 evens
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 17 (sight words, -age pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 13-Wednesday
  • This week we are working on adverbs in SIMs

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Wednesday
  • Wednesday, January 23–book exchange
  • Thursday, January 17–End of MP 2
  • Friday, January 18–No school (teacher in-service)
  • Monday, January 21–No school (MLK Day)
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Wednesday, January 16 (Day B)

MATH:

  • p. 571-572 #1-12 evens
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 16 (sight words, -it pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Thursday and worksheet due by Thursday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 13-Wednesday
  • This week we are working on adverbs in SIMs

SOCIAL STUDIES:

SCIENCE:

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Wednesday
  • Wednesday, January 23–book exchange
  • Thursday, January 17–End of MP 2
  • Friday, January 18–No school (teacher in-service)
  • Monday, January 21–No school (MLK Day)
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm

Tuesday, January 15 (Day A)

MATH:

  • Review sheet #1-10
  • practice your basic multiplication/division facts 
  • PEER MENTORING: Under my supervision, each day at lunch/recess math help is available for students who might need extra practice on math concepts. I encourage student self-awareness when assessing needs; however, as a parent if you see that your child is struggling with a particular math concept, please encourage him/her to take advantage of this program.

READING:

  • read for pleasure

SPELLING:

  • Lesson 16 (sight words, -it pattern, academic vocabulary)–test Friday and worksheet due by Friday.

WRITING:

  • DLR 13-Tuesday
  • This week we are working on adverbs in SIMs

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Bedroom or Classroom map and rubric are due: Wednesday (4-G)

SCIENCE:

  • Use the half-page, green 1st Matter Study Guide to prepare for the Atom Quiz on Wednesday

INFORMATION:

  • WWE (weekly work envelope) and blue report must be signed and returned by Wednesday
  • Wednesday, January 23–book exchange
  • Thursday, January 17–End of MP 2
  • Friday, January 18–No school (teacher in-service)
  • Monday, January 21–No school (MLK Day)
  • Friday, January 25–early dismissal 1:30pm