***UPCOMING EVENTS AND NOTES***
January 21: Martin Luther King Day - No School
January 23: Report Cards go home!
January 28: Honors Assembly 10:00am
February 5: TCAP Writing assessment. Please review your child's writing with them. We are trying to emphasize a beginning, middle, and end in every story as well as details, good verbs, adjectives, and good vocabulary.
Multiplcation facts are still being emphasized. Mrs. Johnson needs all students to know them very quickly. ALL students must practice daily at home.
Students are also working on multiplying 2 digit by 2 digit numbers. Please practice any problems that are in their math spirals at home!!
give timed multiplication tests
give problems orally in the car, store, etc.
Don't forget about addition and subtraction facts review!
SCIENCE FAIR INFORMATION:
The science fair is right around the corner. Miss Mitchell knows that plans may change between now and February. If this occurs, please just write Miss Mitchell a note as quickly as possible or e-mail her.
Please keep the science fair packets because they do have very important information that you will need to complete this project!!
Remember that each science fair project must have a journal or paper turned in on the day it is due. Also, the journal is not the data that is to be on the board. The data is given in the form of a graph or chart of the information found.
** SCIENCE FAIR HELPFUL HINTS AND REMINDERS **
DUE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11
- If you are working in a group, make sure everyone is involved!!
- Science Fair boards are available in the bookstore for $5.00...FYI - cheaper at Wal-Mart!! :)
All teacher supply stores also have them!
- The board is to be organized like the picture in the packet!!
- PURPOSE: Introduction paragraph ending with the question of the experiment!
- TITLE: In the form of a question.
- PICTURES are nice. Remember...no faces can be showing. Cover them with stickers.
- DATA: Graphs, charrts, tables, etc.
Use metric system
Make neat and legible
- RESULTS: Paragraph describing the charts and graphs. This is the place for calculations.
- COMPUTERS ARE GOOD TOOLS!!!
Everyone has access at the library!
HAVE FUN!! :)
The students have been very successful with Wordly Wise. Beginning with the next lesson, students will have 1 and 1/2 weeks to do Wordly Wise instead of 2 weeks. Towards the end of the year, they will have 1 week.
Students need to study their vocabulary EVERY night. The schedule for W.W. homework is listed in the cover of the W.W. book as well as below.
Remember your W.W. study skills - Make flashcards or
t-notes. This will really help you!! Impress your homeroom teacher, use your WW words in your writing.
Also, practice using the words correctly in sentences. Study the sentences in the word list and in lessons D & E.
WORDLY WISE HOMEWORK SCHEDULE
Monday: Lesson A and B
Tuesday: Lesson C
Wednesday: Lesson D
Thursday: Lesson E #1-8
Monday: Lesson E #9-15
Tuesday: Study for test
Wednesday: Lesson A and B
Thursday: Lesson C
Monday: Lesson D
Tuesday: Lesson E #1-8
Wednesday: Lesson E #9-15
Thursday: Study for test
Friday: No homework!!
** Students may work ahead on the activities for the current lesson but cannot move on to the next lesson.**
Please check your child's assignment pad. There should be something marked next to every subject including reading and WW. If not, your child may not be completing all of their homework.
DON'T FORGET TO STUDY SPELLING, MULTIPLICATION FACTS AND WORDLY WISE EVERYDAY!!
LESSON LINE INFORMATION
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Principal Code #1999
Assistant Principal Code #1998
School Calendar Code #1996
GPA Code #1997
Lesson Line Hotline 800-844-2662
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