Sunday, November 13, 2016

Homework: November 15-18

Please take a moment to read each section of homework. I understand this can be very overwhelming. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions or concerns.


Flashcards: There are no new sight words or letter teams this week. Please review and study all flashcards you have made so far this year! Study flashcards every day. 


Phonemic Awareness: Please work with your child on the Foundational skills that he or she still needs to master (blending, segmenting, rhyming, syllables, add/change/delete a sound, etc.) You will have a better idea of exactly what Foundational Skills your child needs to master after our parent conferences. 


Reading: Play Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes each night. Read on RAZ-Kids. Read books from your Book Bag! Read books from your at-home book box! Read to your child every day and have your child read to you every day. Find sight words and letter teams in books, in the car as you are driving - just READ, READ, READ! 


Writing: Continue to work with your child on the writing goals they need to master. While we ARE all at different writing goals, the in-class expectation is now that each child will write three or more sentences every day. Please reinforce this at home with writing homework. 


Math: Play Dreambox for 10-15 minutes each night. Work on your child's Counting and Geometry goals from their goal sheets. Keep going over those Daily Math worksheets that go home each day to see if your child needs help with a particular skill. Remember to check the back to see our Math Talk of the day. 


QR Codes: Download and print the QR Code practice pages on ParentSquare. Work on these pages together. 


Turn-In Homework: Starting this week, our turn-in homework will be to write three or more sentences, instead of just one. At this point of the year, please have your child write the sentences instead of dictating it for them. This week, please write three sentences about what you are thankful for. Draw a picture to go with your sentences. Here is a link to our Sharing Paper

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