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Parent Newsletter and Student Homework Assignments 

Parent Newsletter and Student Homework Assignments for March 18 – March 22, 2019

Tuesday, March 19 – Schoolwide Tornado Drill at 9:45 a.m.

We will be CIP Testing Thursday (March 21 – Reading at 8:15 a.m.; Friday (March 22 – Math 8:15 a.m.) The Reading Test will cover the following: Story Information, Homophones, Prefixes and Suffixes, Antonyms and Synonyms, Elements in Fiction, Main Idea, Summarize, Commas, Verbs, and Adjectives. Ixl Language (VA Standards) will be a great place to go to review and practice for this test on Thursday.

Math Test will cover the following: Ordinal Numbers, Fractions, Practical Problems, Money, Probability, and Analyzing Graphs. Ixl Math is a great place to review and practice these topics. Make sure you click on VA Standards at the top of the Math and Language. The students know to do this so they will be working on VA Standards.

Any reviewing and practicing that can be worked on at home will help the students for additional test prep. Thank you for all you do to help us get ready for the tests.

 

Assignments:

Reading – Story: The Empty Pot. Vocabulary: transferred, sprout, courage, tended, blossom, kingdom, and emperor. Vocabulary Quiz on Thursday, March 21. Reading Test (open book) on Friday, March 22. All other reading lessons will be completed in the classroom.

Spelling - Cough, dough, fought, though, thought, rough, although, tough, ought, thoughtful, thorough, and sourdough. Circle Spelling Grade on Thursday, Call Out Spelling Test on Friday. All other spelling lessons will be completed in the classroom.

Language – Apostrophes and Colons. Also reviewing topics listed above for test review. All lessons will be completed in the classroom.

Math – Continuing Measurement and Fractions. New Lessons: Graphing and Probability. Also reviewing topics listed above for test review. All lessons will be completed in the classroom.

Social Studies and Science – All lessons will be completed in the classroom.

Thank you.

Ms. Matney