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Room 29 Weekly News

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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CAASPP Information

 

Parent Resources to Support Reading Comprehension

 

Reading Comprehension: How You Can Help at Home

 

Sleep and Your Child

 

Star Homework Recording Sheet

 

Supporting Math Learning at Home

 

Ways a Parent Can Help with Reading

 

   

Mr. Cooper---Room 29

Week #7 We are In Unit Two lesson 1 for Language Arts this week.  In Math we will be finishing Chap. 3; Laying the foundation for multiplication success.

Please ensure your child is reading a minimum of 30 minutes each day


 

Remember, the way to become a better reader is to read! Please encourage your child to read at home, and remember, third graders still like to be read to!


Vocabulary for the week:

1. attempt: To try to do something

2. awkward: uncoordinated, bumbling, ill at ease

3. cooperation: Ability to get along well with others

4. created:  Build or make something

5. furiously:  To work in an angry manner, extreme anger

6. interfere:  to stop or interrupt something without being asked

7. involve: to be a party to something

8. timid:  shy, withdrawn, opposite of outgoing

 

Spelling words for the week:

1. sky                    9.  fry

2. tied                  10.  pie

3. tight                 11.  right

4. bright               12. grind

5. child                13. cube

6. cute                 14. mule

7. drew                15. music

8. few

 

 

 


Please continue to try for perfect attendance this year!!!
 

 

 


HELPFUL LINKS FOR PRACTICING AT HOME

Find a book at your child's lexile

Keyboarding Practice

Khan Academy

Go Math! Think Central

Figure This! Math Challenges for Families

Lexia


 

Building a Reader at Home

Pick Good Fit Books

A book that is a good match for your child should meet the following requirements:

  • Purpose for reading
  • Interest
  • Can they understand what they are reading?  Can they retell the story?
  • Do they know most of the words?

Ask Questions

  • Predictions
  • Characters
  • Main Idea
  • Problem
  • Solution
  • Retell Story
  • Genre
  • Moral or Lesson

Make it Fun

Reading shouldn't be a chore.

  • Intentionally read with your child.
  • Together, research topics that interest your child.
  • Do book activities together.

Be an Example

Children learn by example, so let your child see you read whether it be a book, newspaper, magazine, cookbook, etc.

Donations

Our classroom is always welcome to pencils, erasers, binder paper, etc.  Your generosity is appreciated.

Lexia log in

This is a brand new reading program that the kids can participate in at home