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April 24-28

April 24-28

Welcome back everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful, well rested break. I can’t believe it is almost May! Only 2 months left of school…

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Wednesday: Froyo. QSP orders due.

Friday: 80’s day.

Library Day will be Mondays for the next 3 weeks. (Day2)

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING: Sequencing of events. Author’s Purpose.

We are continuing to build our reading voices by noticing quotations marks, sound words (bam, woosh, woah etc.) and ensuring we give the appropriate pauses for commas and periods.

The author writes for 3 main reasons. 1. To entertain 2. To inform 3. To persuade.

Grade 2’s: Identify the author’s purpose in a variety of stories.

Grade 3’s: Identify the author’s purpose. Identify and explain the parts (pictures, sentences, captions, headings etc.) that support why you chose that purpose.

 

WRITING: Who are we writing for?

We are learning to be aware of our audience. When should we write “like we are talking”? When should we write about facts that we know?

We are trying to use alternative beginnings to hook our readers. The first sentence is very important for readers to continue to read.

MATH: mental math and estimation review

·        We will discuss how estimation uses mental math strategies. All students will have the opportunity to use their strategies and practice with them as we wrap up this unit.

·        We will begin looking at measurement and shapes with a short review.

 

SCIENCE: Plant Survival Tactics

·        Looking at how plants change over seasons

·        There are different plants living in in different places. How do they survive?

 

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth (wrapping up our unit next week).

·        Looking at intersecting streets and using directions and legends to follow instructions to navigate through towns and streets and buildings.

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BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  no question this week.

April 10-13

April 10-13

Congrats to Jesse for earning his bear!

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Wednesday: Froyo

Thursday: Library

Friday: no School. See you on Monday April 24th.

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING: Character, Setting, Problem. Sequencing of events. Easter fun with synonyms and an introduction to antonyms.

We are beginning to focus on "voice" when reading by noticing sound words (bam, woosh, woah etc.) and by noticing quotation marks.

Grade 2’s: identifying all elements when having a story read aloud. Focusing on the order of events and retelling them in proper sequence.

Grade 3’s: identifying all elements when having a story read aloud and while reading a story to themselves. Identify the author’s message (to entertain, to persuade, to inform).

 

WRITING:

·         Exploring different characters, settings and problems and creating stories to read to our classmates.

·         Beginning our story writing unit. Developing different beginnings that include concrete details that develop a strong character sense. We are also introducing character's speaking and some dialogue with the introduction of quotation marks.

 

MATH: Mental Math. Equality and inequality reviewing. Estimation.

Continuing to work on our mental math strategies of making friendly numbers (for both addition and subtraction).  We are focused on “Counting up” when subtracting. 340-92=?

   +8      +200    +40

92 ---100 --- 300 --- 340            Now add all the numbers up to find what the difference is. 8+200+40 = 248.  Therefore 340-92=248

 

Exploring different ways to make changes to inequality so that both sides are balanced.

Estimation. What is estimation? How can mental math help us with estimating?

·         Grade 2’s – estimation with numbers to 100. This also includes adding and subtracting using estimation.

·         Grade 3 – estimation with numbers to 1000. This also includes adding and subtracting using estimation.

 

SCIENCE: Plant Parts…Seeds.

·         Life cycles of a plant.

·         Grouping plants together by looking at parts of the plant.

·         Looking how plants change over seasons.

 

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Looking at intersecting streets and using directions and legends to follow instructions to find answers about the streets and maps.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  no question this week.

March 27-31

March 27-31

Congratulations to Teya for earning her bear accessories.

Some students have been bringing gum to school and sharing it with others in the classroom. It has begun to cause distractions and messes. The grade 2/3 classrom will no longer be allowed to have gum. Thank you for your cooperation.

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Tuesday: Boston Pizza Lunch IF you ordered.

Wednesday: Froyo

Thursday: CELEBRATION OF LEARNING. Come walk through the stations to see what your child has been learning and to have a hands on learning experience with them. This is a come and go event and will take you approximately 15 minutes. Stop in anytime between 5-6:30!

Friday: Character Day. Dress like your favourite character.

Spelling will resume after Easter.

 

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING: Wrapping up our connections unit. Continuing to discuss characters, settings, problems. What makes a character more interesting?

Grade 2’s: Matching up connections correctly. Using one of each connection (text to text, text to self, text to world) within our story responses.

Grade 3’s: Matching up connections correctly. Identifying which trigger is in each connection when matching up. Using one of each connection (text to text, text to self, text to world) and identifying the trigger, the connection and how to make the connection more meaningful by including relevant details including using the author’s message.

 

WRITING:

·         March recount. Do we have capitals, punctuations and details? Do we have proper paragraphs?

·         Grouping adjectives from our PWIM words. Looking at synonyms for our adjectives.

·         Identifying characters, setting, events/problem in stories and creating our own, with wide open framework.

 

MATH: Mental Math. Equality and inequality.

How do we show “not equal”? What does equal mean? What does balance mean? What does the equal sign tell us? The = sign is a point of balance. We will be balancing addition questions and building to balance subtraction questions.

·         Grade 2’s – Preparing for mental math by looking at all strategies we have used for subtraction and identifying which strategy we can use independently and which we find challenging. All students will be encouraged to work on the challenging concept to build a variety of strategies to use for mental math.

·         Grade 3 – Using mental math strategies interchangeably throughout addition questions. Choosing a mental math subtraction strategy and explaining how it works and why they find that strategy the easiest.

 

SCIENCE: Plant Parts…Seeds.

·         We will revisit our celery experiment. Students will be able to explain that we can see that the stem is doing its job by taking the water up to the leaves (through it’s “tubes” called capillaries) and giving the water and nutrients to the leaves as it needs it to survive.

·         Many plants begin their lives as seeds. Seeds can be different shapes and sizes. We will look at a variety of seeds and learn the term germinate. Germinate is another word meaning sprout.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Designing a legend and map for our classroom for our parents to use during our celebration of learning on Thursday!

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  What does germinate mean?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 20-24

March 20-24

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Book Fair Week!

No Spelling this week.

 

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  Making a Personal Connection

-Students will write about what they were thinking and feeling when reading 2 different stories.

-Working on fluency, rereading when we have a sentence or word that has been broken up by our reading.

 

WRITING: Introduction to writing sticks.

Writing with a given character, setting and problem. Students will need to incorporate details to make the story exciting and make sense.

 

MATH: Estimation, adding 3 numbers.

What order do the numbers need to be in when adding more than 2 numbers? How to properly line up the numbers to ensure ones are added with ones, tens with tens and hundreds with hundreds.

We will be looking at how to use estimation to help with Mental Math strategies.

We will continue to use fact practice for adding and subtraction.

 

 

SCIENCE: New Unit! Plant Growth

·        We will be doing an experiment to identify and see how plant parts work together.

·        What are the jobs of each of the 5 parts of a plant? The flowers contain parts to produce seeds. New plants often grow from seeds. Leaves contain a green substance called chlorophyll that traps the energy from the sunlight to make food for the plant. The stem holds the plant up and carries water nad nutrients from the roots to the leaves and can sometimes store food. Roots hold the plant in the ground and absorb water and nutrients.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·        Looking at more legends/keys and a compass to answer questions on alternative maps.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  What are the 5 parts of a plant?

March 13-15

March 13-15

Congratulations to Delainey and Elijah for earning their bear! Way to go!

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Wednesday – Beach Day. Dress in your summer gear. Hats, shorts, sunglasses etc. No bathing suits please.

No school Thursday. No School Friday.

No Spelling this week.

The students and I will continue to plan and work on our celebration of learning stations. The date will be Thursday, March 31. 5:00-6:30. This will be a come and go event and will take you approximately 15-20 minutes. See you there!

 

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  Identifying the difference between our 3 types of connections we can make during reading.

We will play some matching games that will allow us to decide which connection is being described in the paragraph and match it to its connection type.

We will continue to use the writing prompts below when given two texts to build connections between.

This book reminds me of another book because…

This character reminds me of another character in another book because…

Students will be challenged to try to use the author’s message

 

WRITING:

·         February Recount Writing

·         Adding adjectives to our PWIM words.

·         Identifying characters, setting, events/problem in stories.

 

MATH: Subtraction. Making friendly numbers to subtract easily. Please refer to the blue addition/subtraction sheets for any additional information for these subtraction concepts. This particular concept is preparing students for mental math strategies. With lots of drill and practice students should be able to do this in their heads by the end of this unit.

 

·         Grade 2’s – Practice with turning numbers to their nearest ten and subtracting the tens followed by the ones. Sometimes you take away a ten followed by ones Ex: 53-11. 53-10-1.  OR sometimes you change your first number to the closest ten and then subtract tens, followed by ones, then subtract what you added on in step 1. 59-26. 60-20-6, -1.

·         Grade 3 – Grade 3’s will be working on the same concepts as the grade two’s but will be working with 3 digit numbers and turning numbers to nearest tens and sometimes nearest hundred. Ex: 268-101. 270-100-1. -2.

 

SCIENCE: New Unit! Plant Growth

·         Plants come in many different shapes and sizes, but they all have parts that are alike. We will look at the Flowers, seeds, leaves, stem and roots of different plants.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Using a legend/key and a compass to answer questions about a map.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  What country and continent do we live in?

March 6-10 KINDNESS WEEK

March 6-10

 

REMINDERS/NOTES:

Kindness Week!

Tuesday-Peace Love and Kindness. Dress like a hippie.

Wednesday – Crazy Kindness. Dress with crazy hair.

Wednesday – Skating 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Thursday – Dream of Kindness. Pajama Day.

Thursday – Library Day.

Friday- Superhero kindness. Dress like your favourite superhero.

Friday- Spelling test.

Friday – Book Orders due (sent home on Tuesday).

The students and I will be planning and working on our celebration of learning stations. Mark your calendars to come enjoy some learning! The date will be Thursday, March 31. 5:00-6:30. This will be a come and go event and will take you approximately 15-20 minutes. Please stay tuned for more information as the date gets closer. THANKS!

 

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  Text to Text connections.

This book reminds me of another book because…

This character reminds me of another character in another book because…

Reviewing deeper connections vs. surface level connections.

Long u words.

Building fluency and comprehension with reading strategy of skipping words and rereading sentence to create smooth flow of reading.

WRITING:

·        Kindness Writing

·        February Recount Writing

·        PWIM sentences and paragraph writing

 

MATH: Subtraction. Count back, count on, take away 10/100.

·        Grade 2’s – Practice and learning when it is best to use count back/count on subtraction strategy.

·        Grade 3 – reviewing count back/count on subtraction strategy. Working on subtracting 10’s and 100’s.

 

SCIENCE: New Unit! Plant Growth

·        Introduction to plant growth and changes

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·        Reviewing legends/keys and making a map of our school and classroom.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  What are the 4 directions we use on a compass?

Spelling test:

 

TEST 14

LONG U

March 10

       

cue

cue

beautiful

geranium

hue

hue

costume

knew

blue

blue

spruce

juvenile

glue

glue

amuse

usually

true

true

flute

 
 

clue

droop

 
 

due

school

 
 

use

drew

 
 

Sue

threw

 
 

flue

into

 

February 13-17

February 13-17

 

REMINDERS/NOTES:

*Tuesday – Valentine’s Day. Anti-bullying day. Pink Day. Valentine’s celebration. Only those on the treat committee to bring snacks (please). Wear Pink. Bring Valentines Cards.

*Thursday Library day

*Thursday – going sledding (across the street). Weather permitting. Please make sure your child has their ski pants.

*Friday – spelling test

 *No school next week. Have a great holiday.

*No blog the following week.

 

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  Text to Text connections.

We will read 4 different books. Students will be asked what part of the text reminded them of a different text.

Read a book about 100 day. Making connections about our 100 day activities.

Read books about Valentines day.

Valentines chapter books introduction.

 

WRITING:

·         We will be finishing our snowglobe writing.

·         We will be writing about being 100 years old. Planning ahead with adjectives, verbs, nouns and learning interesting vocabulary (retirement, senior citizen, ederly etc.)

·         We will be writing about kindness and sharing our opinions about how anti-bullying day and Valentines day.

·         Finish our January recount writing.

 

MATH: Addition Strategies. Doubles, doubles plus 1, making 10. Introduction to Add 9.

·         Grade 2’s – using all strategies to solve math problems related to 100 day and Valentines day. Using new addition strategy of adding 10 and taking away 1 when you add 9.

·         Grade 3 – using all strategies to solve math problems related to 100 day and Valentines day. Using new addition strategy of adding 10 and taking away 1 when you add 9. We will begin to look at subtraction questions that are related to.

 

SCIENCE: Structures and Materials Review

·         Wrapping up our structures units by building our

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Looking at globes and legends/keys.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  NO BLOG TIDBIT THIS WEEK.

Spelling List: long o

 

TEST 12

LONG O

Feb 17

       

low

owl

spoke

 

bow

howl

close

overrated

mow

gown

golden

controversy

row

down

goal

aerobics

tow

clown

window

obnoxious

 

brown

overcoat

 

 

low

pillow

 

 

slow

slowly

 

 

show

uphold

 

 

snow

voltage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb 6-10

February 6-10

Congratulations to Aaliyah for earning her bear accessories.

 

REMINDERS/NOTES:

*Tuesday Library day 7th

*Froyo on Wednesday February 8th.

*Wednesady Feb 8th – Candy Guess $1/1 guess, $2/3 guesses.

*Wednesday Feb 8th Mr.Penney will be coming in to begin a Friendship Unit with our class.

*Thursday No School – See you at your scheduled conference time.

*Friday No School (PD day for teachers).

* We will be creating a 100 day project on Monday February 13th!!! Your child will need to bring materials to school to build a bridge out of 100 pieces. Students will be planning their bridge with their groups on Tuesday February 7th and Wednesday February 8th. They will need to collectively bring 100 things. The students are responsible for choosing the materials and deciding how much  of each material they need to bring, making sure they do not go over 100 pieces in total. Material examples pipe cleaners, q tips, toothpicks, lego, popsicle sticks, clothespins etc.

*Next week is our Valentines day celebration (Tuesday 14th). Reminders for treat committee will be sent out later this week.

*No spelling test this week.

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  We will be reading 2 different stories. Students will be introduced to text to text connections and will learn how to identify how one story can remind them of another story/movie.

 

WRITING:

·         Exploring suffixes. What rules are there when adding ed to the end of words? Example: play – played               jump – jumped         catch – caught             swim – swam     lie – lied

·         We will continue to write our snowglobe stories, including editing them.

·         We will begin writing our January recount stories.

 

MATH: Addition Strategies. Doubles, doubles plus 1, making 10.

            Making 10. Ten is a friendly number and makes it much easier to add with when we get into higher double/triple digit adding. Students will be practicing the making 10 math facts with cards, number charts, dice and workbooks.

SCIENCE: Structures and Materials Review

·         We will be examining the wheels and axels of toy cars and discussing how they help with structures.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         We will continue to look at directions N, E, S, W, and identify them on different maps. We will also map out our classroom and give oral directions to our partners.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  List 2 making 10 math facts. (example 10+0=10)

January 30-February 3

January 30-February 3

Congratulations to Reese and Ryan for earning their bear!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the trade show to support the playground fundraiser for the new Plainsview School. It was nice to see so many faces!

We are so happy to welcome a new grade three student to our classroom. Welcome, Serena.

REMINDERS/NOTES:

*Book orders due Tuesday January 31

*Library Day Thursday Feb 2nd

*Groundhog Day Thursday February 2nd. Wear blue/white if you think spring will ‘come in like a lion’ and be a late winter or wear orange/green if you think spring will ‘come in like a lamb’ and it will be an early spring.

*Spelling test on Friday.

*100 day project homework and ideas will be coming home later this week. More information will also be in next week’s blog.

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  More in depth connections. Adding details to our connections.

·        Grade 2’s – Adding details to our connections. Explain the 5 W’s with your connection.

 

·        Grade 3’s – Deep connections with lots of details.

 

·        Groundhog day reading. Predictions for spring. Connections with groundhog’s day, early spring/late winter, ‘come in like a lion’ or ‘come in like a lamb’ connections.

 

WRITING:

·        Exploring suffixes. What rules are there when adding ed to the end of words? Example: play – played       jump – jumped catch – caught swim – swam       lie – lied

·        We will be reading the book “Snowglobe Family” and using all of the skills taught so far (in visualization and predicting) to create a writing piece: “What if I was stuck in a snow globe”. We will practice our paragraph skills and spelling patterns.

·        Groundhog day writing.

 

MATH: Addition Strategies. Doubles, doubles plus 1, making 10.

·        Grade 2’s – Fact practice with making ten and doubles.

·        Grade 3 – Fact practice with make ten (and making tens with double digits) and doubles.

SCIENCE: Structures and Materials Review

·        Review wheels, axels.

·        Discuss what levers are.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·        Working on directions. North East South West. Reading the directions on a map.

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  What celebration is on February 2nd?

Spelling List: long o

LIST 1

LIST 2

LIST 3

LIST 3

nose

nose

vote

BONUS

hose

rose

explode

WORDS

rose

hose

stove

 

pose

bone

know

cocoa

cone

cone

coat

shadow

 

pole

toast

tomorrow

 

hole

shadow

protein

 

note

pillow

 

 

broke

revolt

 

 

smoke

thunderbolt

 

January 23-26

January 23-26

Congratulations to Elijah and Lennyn for earning their bear accessories.

REMINDERS/NOTES:

*Raffle tickets sold Monday – Thursday for ShineOn Fundraiser.

*Grade 3 last Swimming classes Tues 24th, Thurs 26th –Don’t forget swimsuit and towel.

*Froyo on Wednesday January 25th

* No school on Friday January 27th.

*No spelling this week.

*Reminder that there were free tickets given to the UofR basketball game for this Sat Jan 28th. Please return them if you are not planning on using them.

*Reminder that there will be a Trade Show this Sat Jan 28th to fundraise money for the Plainsview School Playground. (I will be attending the Trade Show as a vendor. Come by and say hello!).

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING:  Investigating Text-to-Self Connections.

Text-to-self connections should identify 3 things. 1-what part in the story was the “trigger”. 2-what it reminded the student of. 3-Some sort of emotional connection (It was fun. I was excited. It was so funny. Etc.)

·         Grade 2’s – Discuss and identify a connection and trigger.

 

·         Grade 3’s – Discuss and identify a deep connection, trigger and include an emotional connection.

 

WRITING:

·         Exploring suffixes. What rules are there when adding ing to the end of words? Example: take – taking            swim – swimming       think – thinking           lie – lieing

 

·         PWIM – sorting our PWIM sentences.

Turning our PWIM sentences into paragraphs – remembering paragraphs have 3-5 sentences and keep to one idea.

 

MATH: Addition Strategies. Doubles, doubles plus 1, making 10.

·         Grade 2’s – Doubles addition strategy practice. Grade 2’s are continuing to practice their doubles facts. We are working on using the facts as a strategy.6+7=? 6+6=12 so 1 more is 13. Therefore 6+7=13.

-We will also look at the facts to make ten and work on memorizing these.

·         Grade 3 – Doubles addition strategy practice. Grade 3’s are continuing to practice their doubles facts. We are working on using the facts as a strategy for addition (1 or 2 more) and subtraction (1 less). Example: 8+9=? 8+8=16 therefore one more is 17. 8+9=17. OR 9+9=18 therefore 1 less is 17. 9+8=17.

-we will also look at the facts to make ten and work on memorizing these and identify how these help with double digit addition.

 

SCIENCE: Structures and Materials Review

·         We will be identifying ties and struts on a variety of structures. Reviewing struts: if a structure is being squeezed and it pushes back in the opposite direction, it is in compression and the strut helps resist the compression. Reviewing ties: When gravity pulls downward and an object is pulling the structure upward it is in tension. This is a tie.

·         Students will be introduced to the differences between a structure and its mechanical parts. Wheels, axels and chassis.

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Continuing to look at legends and identify what they are telling us.

·         Comparing Regina, Saskatchewan to Minot, North Dakota. What are some similarities/differences? What continent do they belong to? What country do they belong to? What is a province? What is a state?

 

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  A text-to-self connection should identify how many things?

January 16-20

January 16-20

Hooray for warmer days! Congratulations to Teya, Jorie and Syla for earning their bear den.

Congrats to Brody for earning his bear!

REMINDERS/NOTES:

*Library on Monday Jan.16th

*Grade 3 Swimming Tues 17th, Thurs 19th –Don’t forget swimsuit and towel.

*Bake Sale Wednesday January 18th. All items are $1.

*If you have any (old) maps or atlas’ at home please feel free to send them to school with your child. THANK YOU.

* First term spelling test on Friday January 20th. 2 words from each list (since November 25th).

*Please watch for information this week regarding MacNeill’s Uof R basketball fundraiser (raffle baskets) and ticket’s for sale for our ShineOn fundraiser.

Here is what we are working on this week:

READING: Making Connections in the stories we read. There are 3 different types of connections. Text-to-self, Text-to-world, Text-to-text.

Text-to-self connections should identify 3 things. 1-what part in the story was the “trigger”. 2-what it reminded the student of. 3-Some sort of emotional connection (it was fun. I was excited. It was so funny. Etc.)

·         Grade 2’s – Developing text-to-self connections in a story they read and a story being read to them.

 

·         Grade 3’s – Identifying surface level vs. deeper level connections. How can we change a surface level connection to a deeper level connection? Developing deep level text-to-self connections in a story they read and a picture they see.

Connections:

 (surface level) When Katie was playing soccer it reminded me of soccer and I like to play soccer.  

(deeper level) When Katie was playing soccer she kicked the ball really hard and it went over the net. This reminded me of a time that I kicked the ball really hard in soccer and it went off the field and one of the parents had to go get it. It was embarrassing.

 

WRITING: We will be

1.      PWIM – sorting our PWIM sentences. Making connections to the sentences.

2.      RECOUNT – writing our good copies of our December recount.

3.      NEW YEAR GOALS – We will continue to work on our goals.

 

MATH: Focus on Addition Strategies (doubles, ten is a friendly number) and work on number problems. We are subitizing. Subitizing is looking at a group of dots and seeing the numbers rather than counting numbers.

·         Grade 2’s – Number facts to 18. What numbers are added together to make 10.

-          Work on Number problems to 18.

·         Grade 3 – Relating addition and subtraction facts. Example : 6, 4, 10. 6+4=10, 4+6=10, 10-6=4, 10-4=6.    10

         6             4

            -Work with number problems with numbers to 100 (doubles strategy, near doubles, make ten strategy).

SCIENCE:

·         Increasing Stability in structures. The triangle shape can make structures stronger. You can add width and mass to the base to increase stability. You can strengthen structures by materials and layers.

·         We will look at some different pictures of roofs and identify ties and struts. Strong beams called struts support a heavy load. We say that struts are used to resist compression. Ties are in tension (prevent the base of the roof from being pulled apart).

 SOCIAL: Representations of the Earth

·         Looking at different maps of Canada and Saskatchewan. Identifying Regina. Looking at legends and discovering what a legend represents.

PHYS.ED:

·         Introduction to retrieving (catching).

BLOG TIDBIT QUESTION:  How many types of connections can you make when reading?

Spelling List:

This list is compiled of 2 words from each week’s spelling test since November 18th. They were handed out Monday morning and we have spent some time going over the words and studying. Please review these words with your child at home.

LIST 1

LIST 2

LIST 3

LIST 3

take

shake

lightning

BONUS

need

brain

fright

WORDS

see

keep

believe

 

mice

green

street

estimation

time

clean

maintain

hemisphere

 

dream

against

spherical

 

wipe

flight

typhoon

 

bike

divide

 

 

hide

squeak

 

 

shine

shriek

 

January 9-13