Week of November 13th


This week's homework:   

NO HOMEWORK THIS WEEK 

Please take time daily to review sight words with your child if they have not passed their green list yet.  All students should know at least 14 sight words at this point in the year.

Share Homework:   Write one sentence about scarecrows.  Include details in your picture and add some labels to 1-2 things in your picture.   Use the sight words you know to write your sentence.


Encourage your child to stretch out the words and the only words that need to be spelled correctly are the sight words from out class list.  For example, a student may spell forest any of the following ways:
f
ft
frt
frst
forest

*Be sure to practice talking about your picture and reading your sentence at home.  You will share it with the class.  


The sight words we have been learning are:
to
a
we
can
and
the
like
I
see
come
me
with 
me
you
what
are
now

 This is due any day but Friday.

Share paper


Week 12 Homework Sheet:  
Math and literacy

Flashcards:
Practice identifying letters all letters and sounds nightly.  You can make flashcards with these letters on them and add to them weekly.

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 our class sight words sentences 
I see _______


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:
Week 12 literacy and math
Share Homework



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




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