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 I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with you and your child this year.  I hope you are looking forward to playing an active role in your child's education!  Together, we will  help your child grow academically, socially, and emotionally.  


***PARENTS- Please make sure that you check your child's Agenda each night along with their blue folder.  The agenda is a critical tool used for communication between home and school.  The Agenda will be used  this year and throughout their 6th grade year.  It is your child's responsibility to show these items to you each night, but until it becomes a habit, please offer gentle reminders.  

***Often parents want to know what they can do to help their child...

READ WITH THEM OFTEN!!!  That is the best way to improve their skills.  Every subject in school requires reading.  The better they read, the better chance they have at success in other content areas.  What works really well is if you read a page to your child and your child summarizes then your child reads a page and then you tell them what you heard them say in your own words.  We call this Checking for Understanding.


Special Schedule

A day is ART

B day is LIBRARY

C day is MUSIC

D day is P.E.

 
Agenda
READING

Week of 4/30-5/4


"Two of Everything"

 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What good things happen when people work together?


TARGET VOCABULARY:

1.  search - to look carefully for a person or thing

2.  contained - to have held or enclosed something


3.  startled - to have suddenly shocked or surprised someone

4.  odd - strange or unusual


5.  leaned - to have moved your body in a particular direction

6. tossed - to have thrown or flung something lightly

7.grateful - showing thankfulness for something

8. village - a very small town in the country



PHONICS SKILL:  reading longer words with long vowels a and i, vowel dipthongs oi and oy

VOCABULARY STRATEGY: Antonyms

COMPREHENSION SKILL: Understanding Characters


COMPREHENSION STRATEGY: Summarize

Students will be tested each week over the vocabulary and comprehension in each story as well as the phonics and grammar lessons.  I am no longer reading tests to any students.  Their grades are now a true reflection of their ability to read and understand a story and then read and understand the test questions on their own.  We also began testing on Chrome Books last week (2/1 and 2/2).  For students who score less than 70% on any of these tests, I plan to copy the test and send it home so you can go over it.  Grades can be checked on PowerSchool.  

Wednesday - ABC Order/Vocabulary Quiz

Thursday - Vocabulary/Comprehension Quiz (on Chrome Book)
                   
Friday - Phonics/Grammar Quiz (on Chrome Book)


Students will have index cards made with the vocabulary word and definition.  Study these words nightly to assure success on the test for Thursday.  Also, by reading the story each night, your child's comprehension will improve.

We are practicing phonics, grammar, and vocabulary here at school.  However, the more you do at home, the more likely it is that your child will do well.  

Reading Homework for the Week...

Monday - Study Vocabulary and Reread the story

Tuesday -Study Vocabulary and Reread the story

Wednesday -  Study Vocabulary and Reread the story

Thursday - Sometimes they will have a phonics or grammar worksheet


MATH

Quarter 4

 

Chapter 11 Measurement

 

Chapter 12 Geometry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standards covered:

 

 

***Students usually have 1 page of math homework each night.  Even if they finish it in class, I encourage them to bring it home so that you can take a look at it.

  

Spelling/Language Arts


Word Preview for week 

1.  aim 

2.  snail

3.  bay

4. braid

5.  ray

6.  always

7.  gain

8.  sly

9.  chain

10.  shy

11.  bright

12.  fright

13.  tray

14.  try

15.  below

16.  saw

17.  something

18.  thought

19.  both

20.  contain

21.  thigh

SOCIAL STUDIES

Chapter 3 Test is Wednesday, March 14.  Students were given a Study Guide on Wednesday, March 7. 

 


Chapter 3 The World Around Us


Lesson 1 Talking About Location


Lesson 2  All About Maps


Lesson 3  Our Earth


Lesson 4  Landforms and Bodies of Water


Lesson 5  Weather and Climate



Lesson 6  Our Environment


Lesson 7  Earth's Resources


Lesson 8  Moving Ideas, People, and Things

 

 

Science

Quarter 3  

 

Chapter 7 

Chapter 5

 

Standards Covered

2.ESS.1  Record detailed weather observations, including cloud cover, cloud type, and type of precipitation on a daily basis over a period of weeks and correlate observations to the time of year.  Chart and graph collected data

2.ESS.2 Investigate the severe weather of the region and its impact on the community, looking at forecastingto prepare for, and respond to, severe weather

2.ESS.3 Investigate how wind or water change the shape of the land and design solutions for prevention

2.ESS.4  Obtain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that it can be solid or liquid

 

 

Important Dates

Notes

***Parents: please make sure you check your child's Agenda EVERY NIGHT!  This Agenda is an important communication tool for us that will be used by your child through 6th grade.  Getting used to using it effectively will be helpful to you and your child.  Also, please make a habit of checking your child's folder each night.  Your child needs to learn to be responsible for showing these items to you, but until it becomes a habit, please ask for it.  

***Our classroom gets cold.  You may want to send your child to school with a sweatshirt to be worn in class. 


***Children can bring in a healthy snack each day.  


Things to Remember

                                        LOOKING AHEAD....

 

3/15 Trash for Cash Collection

3/19-3/23  WE WILL HAVE SCHOOL ON THESE DAYS!

3/26-3/30  SPRING BREAK!!!

4/2 Return to school from Spring Break

4/5 Mobile Dentist 

 


Contact Me!
Shannon Klei
623-2235 ext 15402

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