Week of May 22nd


This week's homework:


Must Do's

Share Homework:   

The sight words we have been learning are:
soon
up
that
who
into
your
where
from
but
which
many
of
said
so
good
play
they
make
go
for
will
be
this
find
is
how
now
you
are
what
with
me
come
to
go
my
I
we
like
see
the
a
can
and


Writing is VERY new to them and everyone is at different levels.  Some will be able to write:  "I like "  and then may need help with the last word.  You might write it on another paper and let them copy it or you might write it for them and let them trace it.  I'd like for them to practice writing the sight word part of the sentence.  Students who know all their sounds will be able to stretch the non sight words out and write the sounds they hear.  They do not need to spell the non sight words correct if they are using their sounds to spell it.  Praise them for any sounds they get.


They should spell the sight words correctly and use phonetic spelling for the "tricky" words.  Your reinforcement of this at home is crucial to your child's writing development.    

Draw a picture to go with your sentence.   Here's a link to the share paper if you'd like to get a head start on this over the weekend.  This is due any day but Friday.

Share paper

Week 31 Homework Sheet:  
Math and literacy

Flashcards:  practice letter and sounds nightly.  Practice Sight Word flashcards each night.  When you can read them fluently, return them in the baggie inside your Take-Home Folder for your test.  

Reading:
Have your child read books at their level (book box books) EVERY Night at least 10 minutes.

Read to your child EVERY night!

Extra Homework Ideas:

Highly Recommended Math Ideas:
*Make flashcards for #s 1-30 and practice them.

*Practice writing your numbers to 30.  Click on the link below to find a paper to practice on.

number writing paper  Writing numbers to 30


Highly Recommended Writing Ideas:
*Practice writing your name this week using a uppercase letter at the beginning followed by lowercase letters.  If you have mastered your first name, practice your last name. We are practicing starting our letters at the top.

*Practice writing the letters of the alphabet (both capital and lowercase)

*Practice writing our class sight words sentences 
I see _______
I like _______

Practice writing your alphabet letters.  Click on the link below to find a paper to practice on:



***When writing letters and numbers:  every child is at different levels here.  Find an appropriate practice time for your child.  Some children may be able to write all their numbers (no need for these students to practice) while some may need to focus on numbers 1-10 first.  The same applies to writing letters.  Meet your child where he/she.  

Important:  
The things your child must turn in:
Share Homework
Week 31 Homework


  If you need help knowing what your child needs help with, please contact me.  




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