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Week of December 12, 2016

 

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 4.  Unit 4 focuses on time and introducing adding multi-digit numbers.  Students can continue to work on mobymax.com from home.  If you have difficulty logging in from home, please let me know.

Language Arts – This week, students will continue reading the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.  In addition, students will read the Journey’s story “Super Storms”. Our vocabulary words for this week are: beware, damage, bend, flash, pounding, prevent, reach, and equal.  Our high frequency words for the week are:  before, eye, few, happy, high, my, open, people, starts, and yellow.  We will take a reading comprehension and vocabulary test this Friday.

Social StudiesThis week in Social Studies, we will begin learning about landforms.

Science – Students will explore how various solids interact with liquids as we continue to explore physical and chemical changes.  

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #49 Writing and Graphing Homework sheet #50 Vocabulary and Review Homework sheet #51 Place Value and Phonics Homework sheet #52 Fast Facts and Comprehension None
Vocabulary:

beware, damage, bend, flash, pounding, prevent, reach, and equal

Write a story about anything you want, or using as many vocabulary words as possible. Bring your Journey’s book home to re-read the story in preparation for tomorrow’s test.
High Frequency Words:

before, eye, few, happy, high, my, open, people, starts, and yellow

Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.
Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards.
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of December 5, 2016

 

Math – This week students will finish working in Unit 3 and begin working in Unit 4.  We will review Unit 3 and take the test on Tuesday.  Unit 3 study packets will go home with students on Monday.  Please complete the study packet with your student.  Students should continue to practice their addition and subtraction fluency skills at home.  Mobymax Fact Fluency is a great resource for this, and all students have an account with this program. Students know their usernames and passwords.  If you have difficulty logging in from home, let me know and I will help you.

Language Arts – This week, students will continue reading the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.  In addition, students will read the Journey’s story “The Ugly Vegetables”. Our vocabulary words for this week are: blooming, shovels, scent, tough, wrinkled, plain, muscles, and nodded.  Our high frequency words for the week are:  air, car, cried, funny, he, pictures, pretty, told, try, and window.  We will take a reading comprehension and vocabulary test this Friday.

Social StudiesThis week we will finish learning about Native Americans of the Southwest Coast.  In addition, students will put together all of their pop up books, for a final special booklet.

Science – Students will continue learning about physical and chemical change, as we explore how solids react when combined with other solids, as well as how some solids react when combined with liquids.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #47 Fast facts and Comprehension Homework sheet #48 Problem solving and grammar Homework sheet #49 Graphing and writing Homework sheet #50 Review and vocabulary None
Vocabulary:

blooming, shovels, scent, tough, wrinkled, plain, muscles,  nodded

Write a story about anything you want, or using as many vocabulary words as possible. Bring your Journey’s book home to re-read the story in preparation for tomorrow’s test.
High Frequency Words:

air, car, cried, funny, he, pictures, pretty, told, try, window

Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.
Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards.
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of November 28, 2016

 

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 3, learning new strategies for subtraction. Students should continue to practice their addition and subtraction fluency skills at home.  Mobymax Fact Fluency is a great resource for this, and all students have an account with this program. Students know their usernames and passwords.  If you have difficulty logging in from home, let me know and I will help you.

Language Arts – This week, students will continue reading the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.  In addition, students will resume reading our Journey’s stories.  This week we will read “Animals Building Homes”. Our vocabulary words for this week are: shaped, winding, branches, pond, hand, beaks, break, and deepest.  Our high frequency words for the week are:  animals, work, bear, three, know, most, sleep, myself, she and second.  I am resuming our normal vocabulary and high frequency words homework.  For writing, students may continue to write a story on whatever topic they wish to write about.  

Social StudiesThis week we will wrap up our Native American unit.  This week we will finish learning about Native Americans of the Southwest Coast.  In addition, students will put together all of their pop up books, for a final special booklet.

Science – Students will continue learning about physical and chemical change, as we explore how solids react when combined with other solids, as well as how some solids react when combined with liquids.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #42 Comprehension and Fast Facts Homework sheet #43 Grammar and Problem Solving Homework sheet #44 Writing and Graphing Homework sheet #45 Review and Vocabulary None
Vocabulary:

shaped, branches, pond, beaks, deepest, break, hang, winding

Write a story about anything you want, or using as many vocabulary words as possible. Bring your Journey’s book home to re-read the story in preparation for tomorrow’s test.
High Frequency Words:

animals, work, bear, three, know, most, sleep, myself, she, second

Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.
Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards.
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of November 14, 2016

Potlatch Celebration – We will have a potlatch, which is a traditional Native American celebration next Tuesday, November 22nd from 2:45 – 3:30.  We will gather with the other two second grade classrooms, to break bread together and share gifts which we will be making.  Room 212 will be bringing a dish made of pumpkins, since pumpkins were a crop that Native Americans grew.  Since our celebration is the week of Thanksgiving, we will be bringing pumpkin pies.  Please, donate a pumpkin pie for our celebration.  Parents are welcome to attend, and I am sending home invitations with this newsletter.  If you are free to help set up our potlatch on Tuesday, please email me at mmwebb@cps.edu.  Our potlatch will be from 2:45 – 3:30pm.

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 3, learning new strategies for subtraction. Since we’ve been working on speeding up our addition and subtraction facts, students will take a timed addition facts quiz on Thursday of this week.

Language Arts – This week, students will continue our Native American unit. This week we will begin learning about Native Americans of the Southwest Coast.  Once again, I am not sending home the normal vocabulary and high frequency words homework.  Students will still write a story this week for homework on whatever topic they wish to write about.  As we continue reading and learning about Native Americans we will continue to focus on the reading skills of Main Ideas and Details.  Students should finish up their dioramas which are due Friday.

Social StudiesThis week we will continue with our Native American unit.  This week we will finish learning about Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  Directions for students’ Native American Dioramas were sent home last week.  Projects are due this Friday, November 18th.  

Science – This week students will continue learning about the properties of liquids.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #37 Fast Facts and Comprehension Homework sheet #38 Grammar and Problem Solving Homework sheet #39 Writing and Graphing Homework sheet #40 Vocabulary and Review None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of November 7, 2016

 

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 3, learning new strategies for subtraction. This week, students will use the strategy of fact families to help them with subtraction.  

Language Arts – This week, students will continue our Native American unit. This week we will finish learning about Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  Once again, I am not sending home the normal vocabulary and high frequency words homework.  Students will still write a story this week for homework on whatever topic they wish to write about.  As we continue reading and learning about Native Americans we will continue to focus on the reading skills of Main Ideas and Details.  

Social StudiesThis week we will continue with our Native American unit.  This week we will finish learning about Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  Directions for students’ Native American Dioramas were sent home last week.  Projects are due on Friday, November 18th.

Science – This week students will continue learning about the properties of liquids.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

 

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #35 Review and Vocabulary Homework sheet #36 Place value and Phonics No Classes – Parent Teacher Conferences Homework sheet #37 Fast Facts and Comprehension None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

 

Week of October 31st, 2016

 

Monday and Wednesday Field Trip – We will be visiting the Children’s farm on Monday.  Please remember to send your child’s lunch, and drink to school in disposable bags and bottles.  Please dress your child appropriately for the weather, because we will be outside all day.  We will leave school at the beginning of the day, so please make sure your child arrives by 8:45am.

On Wednesday, we will take a trip to Logan Center for the Arts on the University of Chicago’s campus.  This is a walking field trip, so once again please dress your child for the weather.  Students do not need to bring a lunch for this field trip, as we will eat lunch at Ray school when we return.  Once again we will leave school at the beginning of the day, so please be on time.

Math – This week students will begin working in Unit 3, learning new strategies for subtraction. This week, students will use the strategy of fact families to help them with subtraction.  

Language Arts – This week, students will continue our Native American unit. This week we will learn about Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  Once again, I am not sending home the normal vocabulary and high frequency words homework.  Students will still write a story this week for homework on whatever topic they wish to write about.  As we continue reading and learning about Native Americans we will continue to focus on the reading skills of Main Ideas and Details.  

Social StudiesThis week we will continue with our Native American unit.  This week we will focus our learning on  Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  Directions for students’ Native American Dioramas are also going home this week.  Projects are due on Friday, November 18th.

Science – This week students will learn about properties of liquids.

 If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

 

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #32 Fast Facts and Comprehension Homework sheet #33 Problem Solving and Grammar Homework sheet #34 Graphing and Writing Homework sheet #35 Review and Vocabulary None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of October 24th, 2016

Week of October 24th, 2016

For your convenience I also post these on my Ray school blog which can be accessed at http://rayschool.weebly.com  once there, find the classrooms heading.  Under classrooms click on Ms. Webb.

 

Math – This week students will finish working in Unit 2.  We plan to focus on reviewing all of the addition strategies we’ve learned so far, and creating addition & subtraction  number stories.  We will also review all of unit 2, and plan to take the test this Thursday.  I will be sending home a study packet on Wednesday, please complete the study packet with your student.

 

Language Arts – This week we will finish our novel Charlotte’s Web.  We will also continue studying our Native American unit.  As a result, I am not sending home the normal vocabulary and high frequency words homework.  Students will still write a story this week for homework, however, it can be on whatever topic they wish to write about.  As we continue reading and learning about Native Americans we will continue to focus on the reading skills of Main Ideas and Details.  This week, we will begin learning about Native Americans of the Eastern Woodland area.

 

Social StudiesThis week we will continue with our Native American unit.  This week we will focus our learning on  Native Americans of the Eastern Woodland area.  

 

Science – This week students will continue focusing on liquids in our solids and liquids unit.  This week, students will sort liquids by their properties.

 

 If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Reading Comprehension Work Homework Sheet #30 Vocabulary and Review Homework Sheet #31 Phonics and Place Value Complete Unit 2 study packet and Homework sheet #32 Comprehension and Fast Facts Homework Sheet #33 Problem Solving and Graphing None
Writing: Write a story about anything you want. None
 Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

Week of October 17, 2016

 

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 2, learning new strategies for addition. This week, students will use the strategy of number patterns to help them add.  All of the strategies students are learning are designed to build automaticity.

 

Language Arts – This week, students will continue reading our novel Charlotte’s Web.  This week, students will also begin our Native American unit. Our reading time will be spent reading about the people of the plains,  the first group of Native Americans we will learn about over the next month.  We will take a break from our Journey’s stories for the next few weeks, to make sure we learn as much as possible about Native Americans.  There will NOT be a reading test this Friday.

 

Social StudiesThis week we will continue learning about the upcoming Presidential election.  We will also begin our Native American unit.  We will begin learning about the people of the plains.  

 

Science – This week students will continue learning about liquids.  This week, we will focus on how different liquids move.

 

 If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 

 For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework Sheet number 25 Review and Vocabulary. Homework sheet #26 Place Value and Phonics Homework sheet #27 Fast Facts and Comprehension Homework sheet #28 Problem Solving and Grammar None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

 

Week of October 10th, 2016

 

Family Interview and Family Tree – This quarter all of our reading stories center around family.  In school we will be doing a special activity around our families.  Last week, I sent home instructions for students to interview someone in their family.  Students should ask questions that will get a family member to explain what the word family means to them.  Students should take notes, and bring them back to class with them by this Friday, October 14th.  We will use the notes in class for our project.  Students should also complete and decorate the family trees I sent home.

 

Math – This week students will continue working in Unit 2.  This week, we plan to cover lessons 2.6 – 2.9 which focus on addition fact strategies to help students memorize their addition facts.  

 

Language ArtsThis week, we will continue reading the novel  Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White.  Students will also read the story “Teacher’s Pets”.  This week our skill is story structure, and visualization.  In writing, students will begin writing first drafts about a special day with their family. Our vocabulary words this week are: wonderful, suddenly, noises, bursting, quiet, noticed, sprinkled, share.  Our high frequency words this week are: both, we, table, cold, eat, long, find, says, green little.  Students will take a reading comprehension and vocabulary test on the story this Friday.

 

Social StudiesThis week we continue learning about the government. This week’s topic is the our upcoming Presidential election.

 

Science – This week students will move forward to the liquid portion of our Solids and Liquids unit.  Students will observe and discuss differences in the way different types of liquids move and look.

 

 If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 

For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension No Classes – Columbus Day Homework Sheet #21 Phonics and Place Value Homework Sheet #22 Comprehension and Fast Facts Homework sheet #23 Graphing and Writing
Vocabulary: wonderful, suddenly, noises, bursting, quiet, noticed, sprinkled, share     Write a story using as many of the vocabulary words as   possible.

 

Bring home your Journey’s book to Re-read the story containing our vocabulary words. None
High Frequency Words: both, we, table, cold, eat, long, find, says, green little Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards   until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.

 

Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice   cards. Continue to practice cards Continue to practice cards None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

 

Week of October 3, 2016

 

 

Math – This week, we will continue working in Unit 2 which focuses on addition facts strategies to help students memorize and gain speed with their number facts.  This week, we plan to cover lessons 2.2 – 2.5.

 

Language Arts – This week, we will continue reading the novel Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White.  In addition, students will read “Diary of a Spider”.  Our skills this week are identifying cause and effect.  In writing this week, we will finish our final drafts about our special gifts.  This week’s vocabulary words are: insects, rotten, dangerous, screaming, scare, breeze, sticky, judge.  This week’s high-frequency words are: by, mind, cheer, play, could, read, hello, see, hundred, today.  Students will take a reading and vocabulary test on the story this Friday.  Students may bring their reading books home with them on Thursday night in preparation for the test.

 

Social Studies – This week we will continue learning about our government and the leaders of our local and federal government. This week we will begin learning about our upcoming Presidential election.

 

Science – This week we will continue studying solids and liquids.  This week students will use their solid materials to construct a tower.

 

Raz-kids.com and Mobymax.com – This school year our classroom has two online resources which your students can use at home to continue their learning.  The first is Raz-kids.com.  The username for our classroom is mmwebb1.  Once you’ve entered that, your student will find their name and login.  Raz-kids allows your students to read eBooks at their individual reading levels and take reading assessments which target the reading skills we learn in class.  The second resource is Mobymax.com.  We are currently using this resource to practice our math.  Mobymax, allows your student to continue practicing their math skills at their own pace.  On Mobymax.com you can find our school listed as ray elem in Chicago.  Once you find that, your child can enter their username and password.

 

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 

For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

Homework chart for the week:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #17 –

Comprehension and Fast Facts

Homework sheet #18 – Grammar and Problem Solving Homework sheet #19 Graphing and Writing Homework Sheet #20 – Review and Vocabulary None
Vocabulary:

insects, rotten, dangerous, screaming, scare, breeze, sticky, judge

Write a story using as many of the vocabulary words as possible. Bring Your Journey’s book home to

re-read the

story and

prepare for tomorrow’s test.

None
High Frequency Words:  by, mind, cheer, play, could, read, hello, see, hundred, today Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.
Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards Continue to practice cards None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

Week of September 26th, 2016

 

 

Math – This week, we will finish working in our first math unit of the year, review the unit, and take our first unit test on Wednesday.  I am sending home a Unit 1 study packet with your students today.  Please complete it with your student in preparation for Wednesday’s test.  On Thursday, we will begin unit 2 which will focus on addition facts strategies to help students memorize and gain speed with their number facts.

 

Language Arts – This week, we will continue reading the novel Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White.  In addition, students will read “Henry and Mudge, Under the Yellow Moon”.  Our skills this week are identifying the author’s purpose and analyzing and evaluating.  In writing this week, we will continue writing about our special gifts.  This week’s vocabulary words are: woods, grew, turned, south, picked, tops, chipmunks, busy.  This week’s high-frequency words are: city, this, sing, full, think, no, school, put, other, places.  Students will take a reading and vocabulary test on the story this Friday.

 

Social Studies – This week we will continue learning about our government and the leaders of our local and federal government. We will also learn about taxes and why they are important for our community.

 

Science – This week we will continue studying solids and liquids.  This week we will practice sorting various solids by their properties.

 

Raz-kids.com and Mobymax.com – This school year our classroom has two online resources which your students can use at home to continue their learning.  The first is Raz-kids.com.  The username for our classroom is mmwebb1.  Once you’ve entered that, your student will find their name and log in.  Raz-kids allows your students to read eBooks at their individual reading levels and take reading assessments which target the reading skills we learn in class.  The second resource is Mobymax.com.  We are currently using this resource to practice our math.  Mobymax, allows your student to continue practicing their math skills at their own pace.  On Mobymax.com you can find our school listed as ray elem in Chicago.  Once you find that, your child can enter their username and password.

 

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 

 

For your convenience the homework chart for the week is below.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

 

 

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Unit 1 Study Packet

Homework sheet #13 –

Problem Solving and Grammar

Homework sheet #14 – Graphing and Writing Homework sheet #15 – Vocabulary and Review Homework Sheet #16 – Phonics and Place Value None
Vocabulary:

woods, grew, turned, south, picked, tops, chipmunks, busy

  Read the passage containing our vocabulary words.

 

Write a story using as many of the vocabulary words as possible.

 

Bring Your Journey’s book home to re-read the story and prepare for tomorrow’s test. None
High Frequency Words:  city, this, sing, full, think, no, school, put, other, places Make a note card for each word. Practice reading the cards until you can
read each word quickly and accurately.

 

Write the words in ABC order.  Continue to practice cards. Continue to practice cards Continue to practice cards None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

 

Week of September 19, 2016

 

Open House –   Open House is this Thursday from 5:00 – 6:00pm.  We will meet in the classroom. I will go over our classroom routines and procedures, and explain some of the fun things we will be doing this school year.  I won’t have enough time to have individual conferences with families during this time.  If you’d like to schedule a conference, please email me at mmwebb@cps.edu.  I hope to see you this Thursday night.

 

Book Orders – Last week I sent home scholastic book orders.  I will place the classroom order on Friday, September 23rd so please have all orders in by that time.

 

Snacks – Please consider sending healthy snacks to school for your student to share with the classroom.  Each afternoon we eat snacks before our afternoon movement break.  We currently have 24 students in our class.

 

Math – This week, we will continue working in our first math unit of the year, which is our review unit.  We plan to complete lessons 1.6 – 1.9 this week, which will review number patterns, counting coins, and telling time to the quarter hour.

 

Language Arts – This week, students will read “My Family”.  In writing, we will continue writing about a special gift we received.  This week’s vocabulary words are:  remembered, piano, porch, cousin, crown, visit, spend, and stuck.  This week’s high-frequency words are:  bring, with, children, use, comes, those, do, make, family, like.  On Friday, we will take a reading comprehension, and vocabulary test on “My Family”.  Students may bring their reading books home with them on Thursday night in preparation for the test.

 

Social Studies – Now that we have learned the rules of our school and community, we will move to the larger community that we live in.  This week, we will begin learning about the importance of government and laws.

 

Science – This week we will continue studying solids and liquids.  This week we will conduct an exploration of various solids and begin naming their properties.

 

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at mmwebb@cps.edu or call me at 773-535-0970.

 

For your convenience the homework chart for the week is on the reverse of this overview.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Webb

 

 

Homework chart for the week:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math and Comprehension Homework sheet #9 – Graphing and Writing Homework sheet #10 – Review and Vocabulary Homework sheet #11 – Math Practice and Phonics Homework sheet # 12 – Fast Facts and Comprehension None
Vocabulary Words:  bring, with, children, use, comes, those, do, make, family, like     Write a story using this week’s vocabulary words.   None
Reading Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes Read for a minimum of 15 minutes

 

 

 

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