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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Homework: October 6-10

Please remember the following are HOMEWORK TIPS. We would like you to meet your child where he or she is at. 

Flashcards: Make flashcards for our new sight words (HE, SHE, WENT, TO, PLAY), letter teams (AY and ING), and word family (AM - ram, bam, Sam)Study flashcards every day.

Phonemic Awareness:  Please see the Phonemic Awareness tab for ideas and tips on working with your child on these skills: Rhyming, Beginning/Middle/Ending Sounds, Syllables, Blending, Segmenting.

Reading: Read, read, read! Read the paper books that have come home, read books from your book box, read on RAZ-Kids, work on the Smarty Ants reading program, read on We Give Books, and read to your child! You can download the poems and fluency passage of the week on gooru for your student to keep in their book box at home for additional familiar reading material.

Math: Practice counting 1-30 or higher, count on starting at a number other than one, identify numbers out of order, study number flashcards, number writing practice, sort items by color and size, practice identifying 2D and 3D shapes, draw shapes, find 3D shapes we use in our everyday life. Visit IXL Math for additional homework practice! 

Writing: Write every day in your at-home journal. Practice writing your name with an uppercase only at the beginning. Practice writing ABC's uppercase and lowercase (Aa, Bb, Cc). Also practice writing your sight words of the week and sight word dictation sentences for our spelling test on Friday.

Sharing: Our leadership theme this month is TEAMWORK. Write one sentence about how you can use teamwork. Draw a picture to go with your sentence. Make sure you practice reading your sentence at home so you are prepared to read in front of the class. Sharing is due Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. Sharing homework turned in on Fridays is considered late. Remember that you can write your sharing homework on ANY paper, but if you would like to use our sharing paper, you may. 



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