Week 3

“The important thing is to not stop questioning.” – Albert Einstein

It was wonderful seeing most of you on Thursday Night. Being involved in your child’s education is so important. If you ever have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

Julianne’s mom (Ms. Theis) has volunteered to be our class parent this year. I am sure she is going to be reaching out to all of you for assistance in sending in treats for our class parties. Additionally, I am going to be collecting $10 from each family to cover the cost of supplies for our crafts. A letter will be going home regarding this. Please respond as soon as possible.

Scholastic book orders forms were sent home last week. They are due on Monday,  September 27th.  You can always order books online by going to Scholastic.com/readingclub  and using our classrooom code GZBYH.

Me Collage information went home last week. It is due on Wednesday, October 6th. This is supposed to be a fun project that ties in with our beginning of the year chapter book, Judy Moody was in a Mood. Please let me know if you have any question.

Math: We are working on subtraction strategies. We will be having a test early next week.

Religion: Our first religion memory test is on Wedensday. It will cover this year’s Bible verse. We are also focusing on what it means to be a Christian and why we should study the Bible. If your child has a Bible at home, please send it in. We are also working on daily devotions. Our Prayer video is Books Of The Bible (Old Testament) Song

Social Studies: We are continuing our unit on geography.  This week the focus will be on physical geography and human geography.

Science: Students will be learning how we can infer what the outside of an animal looked like by using clues about their skeleton. We will also be examining photos of skulls of familiar animals and dinosaurs, and we will try to figure out what they eat. We will also build our background knowledge using appropriately assigned leveled books from GetEpic.

ELA:    We are reading The Trial of Cardigan Jones. We will be discussing why the courts are an important part of government. The target skills we are working on are  conclusions and author’s word choice.  We are also focusing on the  target strategies infer/predict.   For grammar, we are identifying different kinds of sentences: command, exclamation, statement, and questions. The vocabulary words are  trial, jury, convince, guilty, pointed, honest, murmur, and stand. Our spelling words follow the pattern VCe.  This week’s words are spoke, mile, save, excuse, cone, invite, cube, price, erase, ripe, broke, flame, life, rule, these, those, surprise, and decide.

We are testing  grammar,  vocabulary, reading comprehension, and spelling on Friday. 


Wednesday Religion Memory Ephesians 5:8b-10 Test

Friday:  Grammar,  Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Spelling Tests

If you have any questions, please email me at nperovich@trinityli.org