Weekly Homework for February 16 – 19, 2016 Notes: Happy Birthday AJ! (Feb. 21) Please check to see if your child’s school supplies need to be replenished: sharpened pencils with erasers, glue sticks and crayons are always in high demand. Thank you!! Reading: Our topic this week will be inventions. We will be reading Young Thomas Edison and Moving Pictures. Our target skill is main idea and details. Vocabulary Words: invention, experiment, laboratory, genius, gadget, electric, signal, occasional Spelling words: Our word study this week are words with au, aw, al, and o Basic: talk, cross, awful, law, cloth, cost, crawl, chalk, also, raw, salt, wall, lawn, always Review: soft, small Challenge: often, strawberry Math: We are continuing Unit 6. In Unit 6, children will explore points, line segments, rays, lines and relationships among them. Please continue to help your child practice their multiplication/division/addition and subtraction facts with their fact triangles. Please review/tear out Unit 6 Family Letter in Home Links! Flash cards are a great way to help your child brush up on their facts. Check out my website and click on the websites link. Look under Math Websites for other games and activities or use your child’s Everyday Math website . Social Studies: We are studying and discussing how location affects how people live. Monday: NO SCHOOL! Happy President’s Day! Tuesday: Day 2 Health and 100th day of school!! Math: Unit 6 Review all even numbered problems Reading: Journeys Packet due Feb. 26th and Lexia for 20 min Read for 20 minutes Practice Math facts for 15 minutes Wednesday: Day 3 PE Math: Unit 6 Review all odd numbered problems Reading: Journeys Packet and Fluency Day 2 Read for 20 minutes Practice Math facts for 15 minutes Please check the Wednesday Express folder. Please sign and return any tests in the folder. Thursday: Day 4 Cellos and Music Math: Study Guide Packet Questions – Unit 6 Geometry test tomorrow! Reading: Journeys Packet and Lexia for 20 minutes Read for 20 minutes Practice Math facts for 15 minutes Every night: Your child should be reading for at least 20 minutes, practicing their math facts and have a smile on their face when they talk about school!