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I am excited to connect with parents and guardians to share important information with you regarding your student. Please bear with me as I try to make this an excellent resource! 

Sincerely,

Mrs. Clark 

What is for homework?

Homework

During morning work, each student is to write their homework assignments in their planner. Homework is always written on the board before the beginning of school each day. 

Math

  • Practice page on concept taught in class. 

Reading

  • Students are to read one of their AR books for thirty minutes every night. 

Language Arts

  • Students are given a list of spelling words for two weeks. At the end of the first week there is a spelling test, those who recieved a 100% on the spelling test do not have spelling the following week. 
  • Grammar: Students have majority of the time grammar homework on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights. 

Weekends

Students are encourage to continue to read at home during the weekend. 

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What can I do for spelling homework?

I have created a choice board that allows students to choose every night what activity they can complete for spelling homework. 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

ABC Order

Write spelling words in alphabetical order.

Pyramids

Write each word in a pyramid shape.

3x Each

Write each word three times each. 

Pre-Test

Have someone at home quiz you on your spelling words. Rewrite any incorrect spelling words three times. 

Rainbow Spelling

Write words 5x each in different colors.

Silly Letters

Write spelling words using crazy letters. 

(Bubble, Cursive, and etc.) 

Follow the swirl

Draw a swirl. Write your spelling words on your swirl.

Color Code

Write the vowels in blue and the consonants in red. 

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Social Studies Unit 1 Project

Social Studies Unit 1 Project

Students have been assigned to create a poster representing a region of the United States. Students are to work independently on this assignment. The due date of this project is October 7th. Below is the rubric that each student has recieved. 

Social Studies Unit 1 Project

Independently, you will create a poster featuring one region of the United States. Before you begin, look back at pages 22-26 to review your notes and brainstorm ideas. You may want to do additional research in the library or on the Internet to learn more about your region. Read the rubric below to see what you should include on your poster. Check off the tasks you have completed. 

Rubric

5 pts

4pts

3pts

2pts

1pt

0pt

10 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

8 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

6 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

4 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

2 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

0 accurate facts and/or details about the region.

All major geographic features of the region on the map with a map key.

Most major geographic features of the region on the map with a map key.

Some major geographic features of the region on a map with a map key.

Few major geographic features of the region on a map.

1 major geographic feature of the region.

No major geographic features of the region on a map.

All states and capitals of the region on a map with a map key.

Most states and capitals of the region on a map with a map key.

Some states and capitals of the region on a map with a map key.

Few states and capitals of the region on a map.

1 state and capital of the region.

No states and capitals of the region on a map.

5 images representing the region.

4 images representing the region.

3 images representing the region.

2 images representing the region.

1 picture representing the region.

0 pictures representing the region.