Ms. Wejman

December 2nd, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of December 5th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of December 5th-9th

Math: Understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions.  

On Wednesday and Thursday the students will take the Chapter 3 Tests.  On Wednesday’s Test, they will solve fraction word problems, shade a fraction of a whole, identify equivalent fractions, identify fractions on a number line, convert fractions to decimals, compare decimals, convert centimeters to millimeters, and use different strategies to compare fractions.  Thursday’s Test will be the open response portion of the Unit 3 Assessment.  On this day, they will be presented with a situation where they will have to determine the answer by comparing fractions.  To prepare for this, students should practice drawing out fractions in order to compare them.  

Writing: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas information clearly.  

During the month of December, the students will be writing informative text.  They will begin the writing unit with creating an expert list to identify subjects that they know a lot about..  From there, they will pick an item on the list to free write.  They will then create an outline to organize their writing into three specific subcategories.  The remainder of the week will be spent writing the three body paragraphs.  Focus will be placed on using precise language and domain-specific vocabulary.  

Reading: Describe the overall structure of events, ideas, concepts, or information in a text or part of text.

The fourth graders will continue to read biographies.  As they are reading their specific biography, they will identify the most important event in the life of the person that they are reading about.  They will identify the cause of that particular event.  

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Homelink 3.13 Homelink

3.8

Math Homework Due
Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.  Letters from North America and South America due.   Read for 30 minutes.  Letters from Europe and Africa due.   Read for 30 minutes.  Letters from Asia and Australia due.   Read for 30 minutes.  
November 25th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of November 28th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of November 29th-December 2nd

Reading: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

As the fourth graders continue to read biographies, they will be making inferences in the text. Guided reading groups will be centered around answering inferential questions.  While the students are working independently, they will be “lifting a line.” This reading activity involves the students taking a line from the text and writing five sentences about the  particular sentence.  In their five sentences, they should be including their own opinions, making an inference, and elaborating on how this sentence pertains to the life of the particular person.  The students have been told that they should “lift a line” from their independent book and elaborate on the particular line in their homework letter.  

Writing: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information.

This week, students will be wrapping up the publishing portion of the opinion piece unit. On Monday, the fourth graders will work together to complete a TAG sheet. On their TAG sheet, they will Tell a compliment, Ask three questions, and Give advice. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the fourth graders will use the opinion writing rubric to assess their own work as well as revise their work. The fourth graders will wrap up the opinion writing unit by reading other students’ opinion pieces and giving other students compliments on their work.

To read your student’s opinion piece, log on to https://storybird.com/parents/ and enter the password UDH86.

Math: Understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions. Solve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements.

This week in math, students will evolve their understanding of converting fractions to decimals. At the beginning of the week, the fourth graders will be using base-10 blocks to compare decimals in the tenths place to those in the hundredths place. By the end of the week, the fourth graders will begin using decimals in the context of measurement. The fourth graders will be able to use their understanding of decimals to convert millimeters to centimeters.Ask your fourth grader to show you what he or she has learned about comparing decimals.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes Letters from North America and South America due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Europe and Africa due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for 30 minutes

Read for 30 minutes
Math Home-links 3-9 Home-links 3-10 Home-links 3-11 Home-links 3-12 Math homework due
November 18th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of November 21st

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of November 21st-22nd

Reading: Explain events, procedures, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, including what happened and why, based on specific information in the text.  

As the fourth graders continue to read biographies, they will be reading for specific events in the life of the person that they are reading about in the book.  They will identify a cause or effect of the event.  When reading with your fourth grader at home, ask your fourth grader to identify the cause or effect of the event.  Because of the short week, there will be no reading homework this week.  Please make sure that your fourth grader reads for thirty minutes every day during the long weekend.  

Writing: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information

At this point in the opinion writing unit, students should have completed a revised opinion piece. Your fourth grader’s opinion piece should have an introduction, three paragraphs with reasons to support their opinion, and a persuasive conclusion. On Monday and Tuesday, students will begin to input their opinion pieces using the iPads on Story Bird. Each fourth grader will be expected to follow the opinion piece rubric when submitting his or her final opinion piece. Ask your fourth grader to share his or her completed opinion piece with you.

Math: Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering, build fractions from unit fractions, understand decimal notation for fractions and compare decimals to fractions.

This week, students will learn strategies to order fractions and place them on a number line. On Monday, the fourth graders will understand how to compare fractions using a common numerator, a common denominator, or benchmark fractions. On Tuesday, the fourth graders will use their background knowledge on place value to convert fractions to decimals.

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Homelink 3.7 Homework Due
Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.
November 11th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of November 14th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of November 14th-18th

Reading: Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it supported by key details; summarize the text.

The focus of reading in the second quarter will be on reading informational text.  More specifically, the fourth graders will be reading biographies.  Instead of working on a Bingo Sheet, they will need to write a letter to the subject of the biography.  In their letter, they will have to identify the main idea of the text, describe the person with a character trait with evidence from the text, state what they would do if they would meet the person, and ask a question that is pertinent to the person from the text that they read.  The students were read a sample letter of what is expected.  The readers will also meet in their guided reading books to discuss what they learned from reading the biography.  

Writing: Link opinion and reasons using words and phrases (e.g., for instance, in order to, in addition.). Provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented.

This week in writing, the students are going to continue writing their opinion pieces. On Monday, the fourth graders will be provided with a list of transition words to use in their writing. They will use this transition word list to create smooth transitions moving from one paragraph to the next. On Tuesday, they will examine their word choice. The students will go through their writing and revise their word choice. On Wednesday and Thursday, the students will begin to construct their concluding statements. Ask your fourth grader to explain to you their opinion and their three supporting reasons.

Math:Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering.  

This week, the students will begin to further extend their understanding of equivalent fractions. On Monday, the will learn why n*a/n*b is the same as a/b. On Tuesday, the fourth graders will complete and open response fraction comparison word problem. Starting Wednesday, the fourth graders will look at student samples and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the sample’s explanations and models. They will then revise their own work and mathematical models. Finally, the students will begin to compare fractions with different numerators and denominators. By the end of the week, students should be students should be able to explain and model fraction comparisons.

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.  
Math Homelink 3.4 Homelink 3.5 Homelink 3.6 Math Homework Due
November 4th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of November 7th

Miss Wejman’s

Peek at the Week

Week of November 7th-10th

 

Reading: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain specific words or phrases in a text.

Because of the short week, we will not meet in guided reading groups or have a Bingo Sheet due.  Instead, the students will work in their continent groups to define unfamiliar words.  On Monday, they will all receive a previously read text.  From there, they will circle unfamiliar words and use context clues to define the word with their continent.  They will then check their definition, write their word in a sentence, illustrate an image of the word, and present their word to the class.  At home, please encourage your fourth grader to use context clues when they encounter an unfamiliar word.  Since Monday marks the first day of the quarter, the students received new continent seating assignments.  Ask your fourth grader to tell you which continent they will be sitting in for the second quarter.  New seating arrangements mean that their reading homework due date might change.  For this week, letters from North America, South America, and Europe will be due on Tuesday.  Letters from Africa, Asia, and Australia will be due on Thursday.

 

Writing: Provide reasons that are supported by facts and details.

This week, the students will begin to support their claims in their opinion pieces. On Monday, they will generate three strong reasons to support their opinion. On Tuesday, the students will be researching their issue on the class iPads. They will need to find an article that has factual evidence to support their reasons. Thursday, the students will continue to read their chosen articles and pick out the strongest pieces of evidence. Please ask your fourth grader what issue they have decided to write an opinion piece on.

 

Math: Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering.

In math, students will begin to strengthen their understanding of fractions. Monday, the students will begin solving word problems that ask them to decide if different fractions are equivalent. On Tuesday, the students will use their fraction circles to better understand equivalent fractions. On Thursday, the students will begin to order fractions on number lines, and will use the number line to visualize the order of fractions. Please ask your fourth grader to define the vocabulary terms whole, unit, denominator, and numerator.

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Home Link 3.1 Home Link 3.2 Home Link 3.3 Math Homework Due  
     Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.

Letters from North America, South America, and Europe due.

Read for 30 minutes.

 

 

Read for 30 minutes.

Letters from Africa, Asia, and Australia due.

Read for 30 minutes.

 

October 28th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of October 31st

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of October 31st-November 3rd

 

Reading: Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text.

Because Thursday is the last day of the quarter, the fourth graders will be working on their final reading project of the quarter.  Just like the mid-quarter project, they will complete a book cover using the reading skills that have been practiced through the first nine weeks of the school year.  Instead of creating the book cover for Whipping Boy, they will pick one of the guided reading books that they have read.  Skills that will be assessed include character trait, inference, main idea, theme, and summarizing.

 

Math: Draw and identify lines and angles and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.

The fourth graders will spend the first two days of the week practicing geometry skills.  They will identify properties of quadrilaterals on Monday and lines of symmetry on Tuesday.  On Wednesday, the students will take the Chapter 4 Test.  Math skills assessed on Wednesday include creating arrays, factors, multiples, area, converting hours to minutes, multiplicative comparative problems, properties of triangles and quadrilaterals, identifying lines of symmetry, and multiplication.  On Thursday, the students will take a cumulative math test.  Concepts assessed include place value, adding and subtracting multiple digit numbers, perimeter, and solving word problems.

 

Writing: Introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which related ideas are grouped to support the writer’s purpose.

With the new month, the students will be introduced to the new genre of opinion writing.  They will begin by generating a list of issues that they have a strong opinion about.  As the week continues, they will use prior knowledge to brainstorm what they know about this issue.  The students will be introduced to the different components of opinion writing.  The students will learn that a strong introduction begins with a “hook.” To help the writers begin with a strong hook, they will read opinion writing samples with effective hooks.  The writers will end the week with writing their opinion piece introductions.  Ask your fourth grader what issue they are interested in writing about as their opinion writing topic.

 

Report Card Pick Up

Report Card pick up is scheduled for Wednesday, November 9th.  Appointments will be scheduled from 12-6PM in ten minute increments.  Please complete and return the bottom portion of this note to identify your top three preferred conference times.  Conference times will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.

Letters from North America and South America due.

Read for 30 minutes.  Letters from Europe and Africa due. Read for 30 minutes.  Letters from Asia and Australia due. Read for 30 mintues.
Math Homelink 2.11 Homelink 2.12 Homelink 2.13 Math Homework Due

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Student Name: ________________________________________________________________________

Parent Name: ________________________________________________________________________

Preferred Conference Time: 1.__________ 2._________ 3._______

 

October 21st, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of October 24th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of October 24th-28th

 

Math: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.

The fourth graders will continue to practice multiplication by converting minutes to seconds and hours to minutes.  They will also solve word problems involving multiplication and addition comparative statements.  All fourth graders should know which operation to use when solving a word problem.  We will end the week with identifying properties of triangles.  The fourth graders should know the difference between an acute, right, and obtuse triangle.

 

Reading: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

The students will review summarizing the text.  The fourth graders should know that when summarizing the text, they should include the who, what, where, whey, and when of the text that they are reading.  Please practice summarizing text with your fourth grader at home.

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Because it is the last week of October, this week’s response to the prompt will be graded as a final draft.   Throughout the month, the fourth graders became acclimated to the PARCC narrative writing rubric and graded their writing with it.  For the final draft, the fourth grade narrative writing rubric will be used.  Topics graded include writing a strong introduction and conclusion, using transitional words, writing with description, using dialogue, and writing with the appropriate fourth grade conventions.

 

Dismissal

Because the fourth graders leave Ray at 3:45 in a variety of ways, it is important that their way home is documented.  Please complete and return the bottom portion of this letter.

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes

Letters from North America and South America

Read for 30

minutes

Letters from Europe and Africa due

 

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for 30 minutes
Math Homelink 2.7 Homelink 2.8 Homelink 2.9 Homelink 2.10 Math Homework Due

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Fourth Grader:_____________________________________________

Please check how your child will be dismissed at 3:45.

_____ Pick up by adult  _____ Afterschool Activity at Ray

_____Walk Home Alone _____ Other

Comments: __________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

Adult Signature: ____________________________________________

October 14th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of October 17th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of October 17th-21st

 

Math: Gain familiarity with factors and multiples.

The students will begin the week with identifying multiples of numbers.  They will continue with learning the difference between a prime and composite number.  Ask your fourth grader to tell you the difference between the two.  On Wednesday, they will work on an Open Response problem.  They will learn that a conjecture is an educated guess that needs to be supported with an argument.  On Thursday, they will revise their work.  Because of the two day lesson, math homework will be due this week on Thursday.

 

Reading: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

The students will be identifying the main idea of the text that they are reading.  When reading with your fourth grader at home, please ask your child to identify the main idea of the text at the conclusion of their reading.

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

As the students are responding to another prompt from the sample PARCC test, they will be encouraged to use the editor’s checklist to revise their writing.  They will also use other words besides “said” when writing dialogue.  This week’s prompt requires the student to write a continuation of the story that was read.  They will also use the PARCC rubric to grade student writing samples as well as their own.

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Homelink 2.4 Homelink 2.5 Homelink 2.6 Math homework due  
Reading Read for thirty minutes. Read for thirty minutes.

Letters from North America and South America due

Read for thirty minutes.

Letters from Europe and Africa due

Read for thirty minutes.

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for thirty minutes.

 

October 11th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of October 11th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of October 11th-14th

 

Math: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.

The fourth graders will begin a new unit of multiplication and geometry.  They will begin the study of multiplication through drawing arrays.  The students will identify the number of rows and columns of an array to correctly solve the multiplication number sentence.  They will know that a square number is the product of the same two numbers multiplied.  The practice with arrays will lead to the identification of the formula to find the area of a rectangle.  All of the fourth graders should know that area is found by multiplying the length and the width of a rectangle.  The fourth graders will be explicitly taught multiplication vocabulary such as product and factors.  Please have your child practice his or her multiplication facts at home.

 

Reading: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

This week, the students will be practicing making inferences in the text that they are reading.  They have been instructed that they need to use explicit text evidence with their schema (background knowledge) to make an inference.  When reading with your fourth grader at home, have them make an inference with the text that they are reading.

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

The students will begin their week with another sample passage from the PARCC test.  They will respond to a prompt which requires them to write in their own point of view.  Once again, they will look at a sample fourth grade writing sample and use the PARCC narrative writing rubric to grade it.  They will look at both conventions and narrative elements.  The fourth grade writers will be reminded that narrative elements appropriate for fourth graders include dialogue, following a plot, including a luring lead, ending in an unforgettable way, and using descriptive words.  Ask your fourth grader to tell you about the story that he or she is writing.

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes. Read for 30 minutes.

Letters from North America, South America, and Europe due.

Read for 30 minutes. Letters from Africa, Asia, and Australia due. Read for 30 minutes.
Math   Homelink 2.1 Homelink 2.2 Homelink 2.3 Math Homework Due

 

 

September 30th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of October 3rd

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of October 3rd-7th

 

Math: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.

Monday’s math lesson will focus on perimeter.  All fourth graders should know that to find the perimeter of a rectangle or square they need to add the two lengths and two widths of the shape.  They will need to know this for Tuesday’s test.  Additional items that will be assessed on Tuesday’s test include place value, converting yards to feet, identification of right angles, and adding and subtracting multiple digit numbers.  On Wednesday, the students will take the open response portion of the test.  On this test, they will identify different subtraction strategies and draw different rectangles with the same perimeter.  On Thursday, they will make corrections to the test.  They will bring their tests home on Thursday.  Please let us know if you have questions, comments, or concerns about a specific problem.  Because of the math testing this week, the one page of math homework will be due on Tuesday.

 

Reading

After finishing The Whipping Boy last week, the students will be given a culminating activity where they have to create a book jacket using the reading skills taught the first four weeks of fourth grade.  The students will be graded from a rubric that they all received.  Because of this project, there will be no Bingo Sheet or weekly assessment.  Guided reading groups will meet each day.

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

During the month of October, the fourth grade writers will continue writing in the narrative genre.  This month, they will be answering a writing prompt from a passage on the practice PARCC test.  They will use the PARCC narrative writing rubric to assist in their writing.  In this prompt, they will change the point of view of a reading passage.  After writing their narrative, they will look at other student writing samples and grade them using the PARCC narrative writing rubric.  When writing their responses, they will be responsible for using narrative elements, following the directions of the prompt, and using descriptive word choice.  Ask your fourth grader to summarize the passage and to tell you how they changed the point of view.

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math Homelink 1.13 Homework due

Math Test

Open Response Math Test    
Reading Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes

Letters from North America and South America due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Europe and Africa due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for 30 minutes

 

September 23rd, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of September 26th

Room 207

Peek at the Week

Week of September 26th-30th

 

Writing: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

After practicing writing strategies for the first three weeks of fourth grade, the writers will now begin their final drafts.  The students will all have received a rubric that states how the final draft will be graded.  Categories on the rubric include, writing a small moment about something that has happened to the fourth grader, writing a luring lead, ending with an unforgettable conclusion, including a sequence of events with a plot that makes sense, using transitional words, adding descriptive details, using vivid dialogue, including colorful words, and incorporating appropriate fourth grade conventions.  Throughout the week, the students will have time in class to complete their final drafts.  They will also meet with a partner to peer edit their writing.  Final drafts will be due on Friday.

 

Math

The week will begin with the students explicitly being taught the US Traditional Method of subtraction.  When looking at your child’s homework, please make sure that they understand trading.  The students will also be converting between yards, feet, and inches.  Make sure that your fourth grader knows that there are 12 inches in a foot, three feet in a yard, and 36 inches in a yard.  On Wednesday and Thursday, the fourth graders will be reviewing geometry terms such as line, ray, end point, angles, and quadrilaterals.  The fourth graders should know the different properties of specific quadrilaterals.

 

Reading:

Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

The week will begin with the teacher introducing theme.  The teacher will identify the difference between main idea and theme.  The students should know that theme is the message or view about life and how people behave.  The main idea is more specific to the plot of the text.  In guided reading groups, the students will identify the theme of their book and explain why it is the theme.  On Thursday, we plan to be done with The Whipping Boy.  The students will identify the theme of the book.  When reading with your fourth grader at home, ask your fourth grader to identify the theme of the book that he or she is reading.

 

Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes

Letters from North America and South America due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Europe and Africa due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for 30 minutes
Math Homelink 1.9 Homelink 1.10 Homelink 1.11 Homelink 1.12 Math Homework Due

 

September 16th, 2016

Peek at the Week ~ Week of September 19th

Peek at the Week

Room 207

Week of September 19th-23rd

 

Writing: Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.

The fourth grade writer will use the text from The Whipping Boy as a model to write their own narrative writing.  They will be inspired by how the characters react to an event by both dialogue and action. The writers will use the dialogue in the book to be reminded of punctuation rules in dialogue.  Because the book has many excellent examples of figurative language and sensory images, they will use the book to help with their description and word choice as well.

 

Math: Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems.

In previous years, the students were explicitly taught the partial products method of addition.  This week, the students will be explicitly taught the “US traditional method.” The fourth graders will also review strategies for solving word problems.  The mathematical practices that correspond with the Common Core standards are used to aid in solving problems.  The student will know that mathematical practice number one is to make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. When your fourth grader is working on math at home, make sure that they are making sense of what the problem is asking.  Also make sure that your fourth grader is always persevering in everything he or she does.  On Wednesday, the students will work with a group to solve a challenging task involving place value.  On Thursday, the students will look at work samples and make revisions to their work.  Because this is a two day lesson, there will be no math homework on Thursday.  Home link books should be returned to school on Thursday.

 

Reading: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

Our reading strategy of the week is summarizing the text.  The students have been taught that a good summary includes the identification of the characters, setting, problem, and solution.  Sometimes the summary will include the identification of three events.  To assist with summarizing, the teacher presented two anchor charts which will help the students formulate the summary of each chapter of The Whipping Boy.  The fourth graders will also be summarizing the text of their guided reading books.  When reading with your child at home, please ask your fourth grader to summarize what was read.

 

 

Open House will be held on Thursday, September 22nd at 5PM.  All are welcome to learn about the routines and curriculum presented in Room 207.  Students are encouraged to attend so that they can give their parents a tour of the classroom.  Please note that this Open House is not to be a parent-teacher conference but an overview of fourth grade.  If you would like to talk specifically about your child, please make an appointment with Ms. Smith and Ms. Wejman.

 

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Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Reading Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes

Letters from North America and South America due

Read for 30 minutes

Letters from Europe and Africa due

Read 30 minutes

Letters from Asia and Australia due

Read for 30 minutes
Math Homelink 1.6 Homelink 1.7 Homelink 1.8 Math homework due