Week of 5-7-18

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Hello! We are in our countdown to the last day of school…we only have 12 days left!!!

Here’s what we are doing this week:

Reading: We are reviewing the all the reading skills we have learned in quarter 4. We are taking our last Reading Inventory test on Wednesday which will cover all reading standards.

Writing:  We will review all writing genres, and students will write their final writing piece for each genre (narrative, informational, and opinion).

Math-We are reviewing the all the math skills we have learned in quarter 4. We are taking our last Math Inventory test tomorrow which will cover all math standards.

*Scores for the Reading and Math Inventory test will be given during conferences. 

Spelling: This week we are working on:

 

Rejection

Suggestion

Direction

Decoration

Celebration

Hesitation

Competition

Addition

Definition

Ask

Eat

Family

While

Science: We will be comparing and contrasting the life cycle of a frog, butterfly, and a chicken. We will also discuss the life cycle of a plant.

Homework: Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math- No homework

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements 

Field Day- May 10th

As a reminder the links to volunteer are:

K-2: http://signup.com/go/SQbqPBF

This is the last week to check out library book

Book Fair- May 14th – May 17th All books are buy one get one free!

 


Week of 4-30-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are still working on comparing and contrasting two non-fiction passages on the same topic.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we are finishing up our array unit.  They have been practicing how to do repeated addition (multiplication) using rows and columns, as well as draw out arrays when given an equation. Below is an example:

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Priceless

Useless

Powerless

Cloudless

Breathless

Fearless

Does

Kept

Let

Off

Paper

Those

White

 

 

Science: The next few weeks we are learning about the life cycle of different animals. This week we will talk about the life cycle of a frog and a chicken. We will be comparing and contrasting the life cycle of a butterfly, frog, and chicken.

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math- Math Homework_33-29htme3

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements 

Field Day- May 10th

End Of Year Conference- I sent out a link to sign up for a conference. Please sign up by May 4th. Let me know if you did not receive a link to sign up. 

Intent forms- Intent forms for the 2018-2019 school year are due Monday, April 30th 

 


Week of 4-23-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we finishing our unit on author’s purpose. For the next two weeks we will be working on comparing and contrasting two non-fiction passages on the same topic.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we will start our array unit. Students will learn how to do repeated addition (multiplication) using rows and columns. Below is an example:

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Disorder

Disagree

Distrust

Disgrace

Disappear

Dishonest

Being

Family

Miss

Off

Plant

Until

Well

Science: The next few weeks we are learning about the life cycle of different animals. We currently have butterflies in their chrysalis in our room. We can’t wait for them to turn into butterflies!

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math- Math Homework_30-1aedm5i

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements 

Business Plan project- The final project is due Friday April 27th. Please contact me if you have any questions!

End Of Year Conference- Today I sent out a link to sign up for a conference. Please let me know if you did not receive a link to sign up. 

Intent forms- Intent forms for the 2018-2019 school year are due Monday, April 30th 

 


Week of 4-16-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working on author’s purpose. Students need to be able identify if the author is trying to persuade, inform, or entertain the reader.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we are working on adding and subtracting 2 step word problems. Here are some keys words that will help students determine if they need to add or subtract in a word problem:

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Repaint

Repay

Regroup

Renew

Return

Recheck

Again

Car

Earth

Food

Important

Let

something

 

 

Social Studies : This week we are finishing up our economics unit. Students were assigned a Business Plan project that is to be completed by April 27th. Directions are being sent home today.

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math- Math Homework_29-2a4ddx2

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements 

Business Plan project- The planning sheet is due Thursday April 19th. The final project is due Friday April 27th. Please contact me if you have any questions!

*Things needed for the classroom- hand sanitizer,  and notebook paper


Week of 4-9-18

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Welcome back! I hope everyone enjoyed their spring break!

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working on finding the main idea in a passage and in multiple paragraphs.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we are finishing up our unit on shapes. We will be reviewing how to identify and partition shapes into equal parts.

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Unfair

Unhappy

Unload

Unfold

Unafraid

Unlikely

Feet

Mother

Really

Stop

Own

Try

Social Studies : This week we are starting our economics unit. Students will learn the difference between wants, needs, and goods and services.

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math- Math Homework_28-qzti76

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements 

*Things needed for the classroom- hand sanitizer,  and notebook paper

Thanks!

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 3-26-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: We are finishing up our ask and answer questions unit today. Ask your child what a Fossa is. Tomorrow we will start our unit on finding the Main Idea.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we are working on identifying, and drawing 2-D shapes, as well as how to partition them into equal shares.

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Closely

Friendly

Directly

Gloomily

Happily

Angrily

Quietly

Safely

Luckily

Change

Every

Start

 

 

Social Studies : We are finishing our unit on Jimmy Carter and is influence and contributions in Georgia.

Homework:  Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku


3-19-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: We are reviewing asking and answering questions while reading non-fiction text.

Writing: This quarter we will learn how to write opinion, informational, and narrative response to reading passages.

Math-This week we are working on identifying, and drawing 2-D shapes, as well as how to partition them into equal shares.

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Easy

Squeaky

Needy

Gloomy

Snoopy

Goofy

Jerky

Thirsty

Wormy

Don’t

Near

Air

Went

Social Studies : We are learning Jimmy Carter and is influence and contributions in Georgia.

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math Homework sheet-Math Homework_26-15xs072

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements:

March 21-Report cards go home

March 23- Teasley Talent Show


Week of 3-11

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Sorry for the late post!

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: We are reviewing all standards taught this quarter.

Writing: Students are writing their final opinion piece on their choice of topic.

Math-This week we are reviewing standards from this quarter. Starting tomorrow we will start our geometry unit.

Spelling: This week we are working on:

 

 

Rounder

Smoother

Lighter

Funniest

Earliest

Prettiest

Bigger

Sadder

Hottest

Animal

Both

Talk

thought

Social Studies : We are learning about Juliette Gordon Low started the first Girl Scouts troop in the United States.

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math Homework sheet-Math Homework_25-250ato7

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements:

March 21-Report cards go home

 

March 23- Talent Show @630


Week of 3-5-18

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are learning about point of view and how to determine the characters point of view based on the events in a story. Students will also need to be able to identify if they story is being told in first, second or third point of view.

Writing: Students are finishing writing their awards for their classmates. They will give their awards out Friday.

Math-This week we are reviewing one and two step word problems within 100 and word problems with money.

Spelling: This week we are working on:

Painter

Writer

Farmer

Actor

Sailor

Visitor

Swimmer

Runner

Trainer

Another

Answer

Different

 

 

Science: The next two weeks we will be doing a unit on Stars

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Math Homework sheet-Math Homework_24-1kpasoq

Reading Log (pg. 2) WeeklyReadingLogforStudentsVarietyof4 (7)-thasku

Important Announcements:

March 9th- Picture Day- This is a free dress down day, but students must look nice for pictures

March 14- Early Release

March 23- Talent Show @630

 

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 2-26-17

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Welcome back! I hope everyone enjoyed their break!

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: We are finishing up our Compare and Contrast unit, and will start our unit on Point of View Wednesday. Students will need to be able to identify if they story is being told in first, second or third point of view.

Writing: Students are still working on writing their awards for their classmates.

Math-This week we are reviewing one and two step word problems within 100 and word problems with money.

Spelling: This week we are working on irregular plural words

 

Sheep

Deer

Teeth

Women

Dozen

Traffic

Moose

Geese

Oxen

Animal

Every

Group

Might

Science: The next two weeks we will be doing a unit on Stars

Homework: Math-Worksheet, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Study words.

Important Announcements:

Feb. 27th- Bio Bottle is due

March 1st-STEM night-Please read the attachment for more information on STEM night Teasley_STEM_Flyer_2018-12eelrt

March 2nd- Read Across America Day!- I’m sending out a sign-up genius for a few times throughout the day for readers. I also want students to bring in their favorite book to class.

 

Let’s have a great week!