Homework- Week of 3/18 Nightly-review Study Copybook - Math Facts- Practice Reading Story Monday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 155-158 Math- complete pg/s. 71 Tuesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 167-168 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 63 Wednesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 169 Math- complete pg/s. 72 Thusday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 170 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 64
Tests Monday- Tuesday- Religion-Chapter 18 Wednesday- Reading-Little Rabbit’s Tale Thursday – Spelling words Friday-. Spelling- sentences
Reminders Monday- Return folder with purple sticker- Computers Tuesday-Gym Wednesday- lunch/milk orders due- Music- Stations Thursday- Art- Crazy Sock Day Friday- Library- Return Study Copybook for new list- Mass 9:30
Looking Ahead May 7th- We will be going to the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum for our field trip.
Scholastic Book Orders- Due 3-19- All orders must be done online. Scholastic is offering discounts for online purchases.
Classwork- The classwork that is graded does not have to be signed and returned. Test papers have Parent Signature Stamp on them.
Website for Math Facts- Sheppardsoftware.com MathPlayground.com
PEEK AT OUR WEEK
Religion- Chapter 19: Jesus Gives the Gift of Himself The night before he suffered and died, Jesus invited us to come together to give thanks to the Father for freeing us from the power of sin. The children will learn that in each Mass, Christ is present to nourish us with the Eucharist and, by this gift, to make us one with himself and with one another. The sufferings of Christ reveal the depth of his love for the Father and for all of God's people. Jesus inspires us to respond to mental and physical sufferings as he did—with peaceful confidence that they lead to the fullness of life. The children will learn to accept the mystery of suffering in their own lives and to reach out with love to help others in pain.
Math- Money- Adding 3 numbers (1+2+3)- Adding 3 2-digit numbers- Fact Families- Subtraction- from 18 or less- Addition- sums to 18 Word problems
Phonics- Vowel Teams- Vowel-consonant- silent e- initial and final blends, y as a vowel long e and long i, beginning blends with r, sh, th, ending –ck, when to use k or c to start a word (c if followed by a,o,u k- if followed by i,e) Nonsense words (zeb, fom, etc.), Short a-e-i-o-u Open (go) and Closed (cat) syllables
English- Journal Writing- Applying skills we have learned.
Social Studies- Land forms
Printing- D,d, E,e F.f words, and sentences (smaller lined paper)