Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we will be reading different fables and determining their lesson/moral. Writing: We are continuing to write opinion writing pieces that include an opinion statement to introduce our topic, reasons/examples to support our opinion, and a conclusion sentence that restates our opinion. Spelling: kn/gn silent sounds (knead, kneel, knack, knit, gnaw, gnome, reign,… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we will work on recounting folktales. Students need to be able to recount a folktale to include the characters, setting, problem, solution, and lesson learned. Writing: We will continue to work on our opinion writing. Spelling: /ir/, /er/, /ur/ learn, word, serve, third, curly, sturdy, confirm, perfect, because, really, thought (Spelling test… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: We will continue to learn about character traits. We will look specifically at characters from fairy tales. Writing: We will work on developing opinions and giving reasons/examples to support our opinion. Spelling: fair, wear, bear, square, berry, compare, hairbrush, nightmare, important, together, down, where, their (Spelling test Friday.) Math: We will learn how to… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we are focusing on expression while we read aloud. Writing: We are wrapping up our informational and how-to writing. Spelling: bubble, medal, whistle, nickel, simple, pedal, crumble, tricycle, along, never, run, second, tree, under, for, they (Spelling test Friday.) Math: This week we will work on measuring in inches, centimeters, feet, and… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we will work on comparing and contrasting. Students will need to understand the language an author uses in a nonfiction text to signal a comparison (similarly, different, on the other hand, etc.). Students will have an assessment Friday. Writing: We will begin working on research. Spelling: caught, thought, yawn, bought, frosty, thoughtful,… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we will continue to work on comparing and contrasting information in a nonfiction text. Writing: We are working on developing ideas for informational writing. Spelling: bush, cook, shook, push, notebook, fully, pushy, cookie, away, got, head, later, leave, read, saw, work Math: We are reviewing strategies for adding and subtracting two two-digit… Continue reading Peek at Our Week

Peek at Our Week

Reading: This week we are focusing on the reading strategy of comparing and contrasting information in a nonfiction text. Have your kids practice at home by asking themselves questions like… “How are these topics or information the same of different from one another?”. Writing: We will continue working on procedural writing and using transition words… Continue reading Peek at Our Week