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February 22-26, 2010; Lesson 23

Mrs. Greenhaw’s Knowledge Munchers


Reading Homework: * I am asking that we read our main
story everynight to help us work on comprehension. *

Spelling Monday: Read “Hang On, Rose!” pages 184-191 and “On

Words:
Saturday” pages 196-213

Tuesday: Read and discuss skills on pages 192-195 and read


1.home “On Saturday” pages 196-213

2.hope Wednesday: Read “On Saturday” pages 196-213

3.rope and complete questions at the end of the story. Also, please
read “The River City” on pages 214-215 and complete pages
4.rode 216-217 The written work can be turned in on Friday.

5.rode Thursday: Reread for fluency and read an AR book. Your


child may bring a fluency folder with passages in it. Please
6.rose have you child read them and either time them or allow them
to time themselves for a minute to see how many words they
7.those can read in a minute

8.like Words to KNOW:

9.nine all
under
didn’t because
everywhere
should
different
would could
children
10..right needed
animal
places
around
there
looked
cell
placed
phone
played
baby
squeak
windy helped hopes nobody anyone everybody
Spelling Homework/classwork
Tuesday-Write and say the MATH:

word three times. Work on looking for doubles and doubles plus one with addi-
tion and subtraction problems.
Triangles / pyramids / stair
steps We are moving swiftly through Chapter 5 on Geometry and
shapes. After that, we will move to telling time. We will also
Wednesday– ABC order continue reviewing simple addition and subtraction facts. They
need to know the answers within 3 seconds of seeing or hear-
Thursday– Write a sentence
ing the problems.
with each word..(Underline spell-
ing words)
**PLEASE COMPLETE worksheet
PHONICS
High Frequency Words and Bo- We are studying the long I sound. We are focusing on
nus words: brown, city, hello, VCe (Vowel, consonant, silent e pattern): o consonant and
loudly, love, pulled then a silent e. We will also study the phonograms: -ome,
Robust Vocabulary: -ope, -ode, -ose.
asserted, offended, retorted, Grammar: Describing feelings: happy, sad, proud...
congenial, congregate, Describing Words: - er and –est (comparing things to one
cheerful another...How many? (Please help your child write sen-
tences telling how many of things and using descriptive
words like what things look like, feel like, taste like,