Chapel Wed. 8:15 a.m.
SNACKS: 18 individually-wrapped snacks
Thursday: let’s use our surplus
TESTS AND HOMEWORK – WEEK OF NOV. 28 – DEC. 2, 2022
Tuesday: Reading Comp, Writing
Wednesday: Math – writing answers to combinations, writing sums and differences, story problems, read thermometers, liquid measures, the quarter, one dozen, number that is between, counting; Speed drills; Language (see Chapter Check-up sheet)
Thursday: Phonics – written test –write blends, write the special sound in words, circle special sounds in words, words from Spelling List 12; Spelling Test on Spelling List 12
Friday: Bible memory verse and story test
Bible: Bible memory verse: Matthew 1:21 “She will give birth to a Son, and you are to name Him Jesus, because He will save His people from their sins.” Bible stories: ”The Promise of the Savior” (Luke) and “The Birth of Jesus” (Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 2:1-7).
Math: Practice Addition and Subtraction Families 1 – 9; combining pennies, nickels, and dimes (count by ones, fives, and tens—always start with the highest value coin first); identify a quarter and know it is worth 25 cents; telling time to the hour and half hour; liquid measures; place value (ones, tens, and hundreds place); one dozen and one half dozen; thermometer; review Arithmetic worksheets
Phonics/Spelling: Practice Charts 6 – 10; practice blends and words with special sounds in Handbook for Reading; say short and long vowel words to your child and have him/her sound them out and write them; practice Spelling words every day (have child write words as you dictate them or spell them to you orally).
Spelling List 12 (for test on Thurs.) – book, look, good, foot, wood, shook, boot, food, loose, moon, room, roof, tooth, have, give
Spelling List 13 (to be introduced Thurs. for next test) – chin, check, chick, much, ouch, born, fork, horn, horse, word, work, took, cool, says, was
Language: We will complete the Chapter 8 Chapter Check-up sheet on Tuesday and send home to review for test on Wed.
Writing: If your child is not earning A’s in Handwriting, please have him/her practice printing. He/she could write the spelling words–it would be good practice for spelling as well as writing.
Social Studies: No homework.
Science: No homework.