Class News

 

Halloween Clip Art

We are still in need of 3 parents to help with the Halloween Party on Oct. 31st. You will be in charge of planning a game, or activity for the party. If you can come help please e-mail me ASAP.

Class Book

We have finished our class book on “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up.” Once all order forms are turned in I will send the book away to be made. They should be here just before we leave for Christmas Break. Remember if you aren’t order a book, I still need the order form back. So the class, can earn a free book to read in class.

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week

October 24th – 27th

Tuesday – “Use your head, wear red” (Must have a collar)

Wednesday – “Turn your back on drugs” – wear your shirt backwards (shirt only, shirt must have collar)

Thursday – “Stay in the game” – wear a jersey, team shirt, or college shirt (no collar, as long as they are wearing a sports shirt.)

Friday – “Shade out drugs” – wear sunglasses & dark clothes

 

Your child’s class could win a donut party for participating, decided by percent of participation!

 

10/16-10/27

Fall Break is 10/19-10/23.

Students will return to school on Tuesday 10/24.

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Language Arts

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Spelling Words:

(Test will be given on Friday 10/27)

block, her, got, she, clock, now, fox, today, our, shop, would, plop.

Comprehension:

Sequence of events.

Phonics.

Review short o, Cluster l, Phonogram -ock.

Grammar:

Statements.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Addition Concepts 0-20

Class Book

Your child is on his/her way to becoming a published author! We are writing a classroom book that will include all the students’ work. Everyone is excited to see their hard work published in a professional hardcover book. Your child is bringing home a letter with details and a 3-part order form, giving you an opportunity to purchase copies for your child.

 

We have special pricing of $20.00 with no shipping charges. Please return order forms to me by 11/21/2017. REPRINT ORDERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED, so this is your ONLY chance to order.

 

Our classroom will receive a complimentary book if all order forms are returned, even if you do not purchase. See the order form for details. Credit card orders must be placed online using Class ID KH3182, here is the link to place orders online https://schoolmatepublishing.com. Your receipt will include a Confirmation Number – write that number on your 3-part order form and return it to me by 11/21/2017.

 

Encourage your child to do his/her best! The book will become a treasured keepsake.

 

 

10/9-10/13

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Language Arts

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Spelling Words:

grin, why, six, make, shin, will, some, trip, how, sit, of, animal.

Comprehension:

Story Details.

Phonics.

Review short I, Cluster R, Phonogram -ip.

Grammar:

Sentence Parts.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Addition Concepts 0-20

10/2-10/6

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Language Arts

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Spelling Words:

plan, cat, had, pass, add, away, can, call, ran, come, bad, said.

Comprehension:

Understanding the Character.

Phonics.

Review short A, Double Final Consonants ck, Phonogram -ack.

Grammar:

Complete Sentences.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Subtraction Concepts

9/25-9/29

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Read Naturally Directions.

Monday: Have your child make a prediction, read the story and review key words.

Tuesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and answer the questions on the back of the story.

Wednesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and do a verbal retell of the story.

Thursday: Do a one minute fluency timing, recording the number of words they read correctly and do a written retell of the story. THIS SHOULD BE 2-3 SENTENCES.

Friday: Return the passage and attached reading log.

Review Week in Language Arts only

Spelling Words:

Review Words

shut, friend, many, plug, help, have, him, pin, if, with, does, all

Comprehension:

Story Structure, text and graphic features, sequence of events, understanding characters, main Idea.

Phonics.

short u, a, e, i,o, consonants n. d, p, f, y, w, k, v, j, l, x, qu, z, inflections -s, phonogram -et.

Grammar:

Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Subtraction Concepts

9/18-9/22

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Read Naturally Directions.

Monday: Have your child make a prediction, read the story and review key words.

Tuesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and answer the questions on the back of the story.

Wednesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and do a verbal retell of the story.

Thursday: Do a one minute fluency timing, recording the number of words they read correctly and do a written retell of the story. THIS SHOULD BE 2-3 SENTENCES.

Friday: Return the passage and attached reading log.

Spelling Words:

blog, slot, dot, box, top, sing, slop, they, find, do, no, funny.

Comprehension:

Story Structure.

Phonics.

short u, consonants qu, z.

Grammar:

Adjectives.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Subtraction Concepts

School Fundraiser/Donation.

We would like to thank our First Responders for keeping us safe during the Uintah fire.  We will be fundraising to collect money to thank them for their service.  Please send your student with money to donate.  They will be collecting money in their classes Monday – Friday (9/11-9/15).  The class that raises the most money in Elementary and Jr. High (advisory) will win a prize!  If you would like to donate online please visit LINK and pay under “School Donations” please list your students name and (advisory) teacher.

Mrs. Harper

9/11-9/15

REMEMBER NO MATH HOMEOWORK COMES HOME ANYMORE. IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE ME TO SEND IT HOME PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO LET ME KNOW.

Read Naturally Directions.

Monday: Have your child make a prediction, read the story and review key words.

Tuesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and answer the questions on the back of the story.

Wednesday: Do a one minute fluency timing, record the number of words they read correctly and do a verbal retell of the story.

Thursday: Do a one minute fluency timing, recording the number of words they read correctly and do a written retell of the story. THIS SHOULD BE 2-3 SENTENCES.

Friday: Return the passage and attached reading log.

Language Arts

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Spelling Words:

yet, pen, all, here, wet, hen, me, who, web, does, leg, my

Comprehension:

Text and Graphic Features.

Phonics.

short e, consonants y,w,k,v,j, and Phonogram -et.

Grammar:

Adjectives.

Math: 

Students will be able to use, apply, understand, and comprehend the following. 

Subtraction Concepts