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Newsletter October 28th

Date: October 25, 2019 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES

Thank you so much for coming to Parent/Teacher conferences!  It was wonderful meeting with each of you.  One of my parents told me about Math Magician where students are able to practice their multiplication and division facts.  Thank you Elisha for sharing! 

Link:

http://www.math-play.com/multiplication-games.html

 Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  It takes a village to raise a child!  🙂  

Book Orders

Book orders will be coming home in Monday folders and will be due Friday, November 8th.  You can order online using our class code, H3P7Z.  If you would like to order books for Christmas presents, just let me know and I will hold the books back and let you know when they arrive.  🙂

ZEARN

I have given each of the students their sign in and password for Zearn.   Remember, students either need to complete 1 lesson or 20 minutes on Zearn per week.  They will record their time on their reading log.  The class code for Zearn is XK7B4V.  You will need this code the first time your child signs on.  I like Zearn because it reinforces our math lessons at school.

SPELLING/VOCABULARY

Root word: chron (time) Greek,
  temp (time) Latin
  loc (place) Latin
Words: chronological, chronically, chronicle, chronograph, temporary, contemporary, location, local, allocate, dislocate
Quizlet link:
https://quizlet.com/_7cc5gx

FOOD FOR THOUGHT:

Change your thoughts and you change your world. 

Norman Vincent Peale

IMPORTANT DATES
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18 READ WEEK/BOOK FAIR
19 BOOK FAIR
20 BOOK FAIR & writing assemblies and workshops in the classroom with Gary Hogg
21 BOOK FAIR
22 ALL SCHOOL READ-IN AND PJ DAY WITH THE TWITS ASSEMBLIES FOR GRADES K-5

Thanksgiving Break- November 25-29

ACADEMIC NEWS

In math this week, we multiplied two-digit multiples of 10 by two-digit multiples of 10 with an area model.  Students finished their opinion papers and we talked about finding the main idea of informational text.  Students are working in groups to create books about the 5 Native American Tribes in Idaho.  They will present their books next week.

NEXT WEEK’S ACADEMIC NEWS
MATH- Extend the use of place value units to represent three- and four- digit by one-digit multiplication.  Multiply three- and four- digit numbers by one-digit numbers applying the standard algorithm.

ELA

Lesson 3 and 4 in Idaho History (Informational text) Main Idea of Informational Text

Review summarizing and themes of a story

WRITING~

PARTS OF SPEECH: Regular Plural Nouns

SOCIAL STUDIES-

Native American Tribes of Idaho- complete group work and present tribes

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