Reading: Poetry passage
-Read from their book and log it onto their reading log.
-Students have the option to work on MobyMax.com. Their login and password is their first name.
Math: PRactice multiplication facts EVERY NIGHT
Multiplication and Division
Strip Diagrams for Multiplication
Arrays for Multiplication
Number Lines for Multiplication
Repeated Addition for Multiplication
Box Method of Multiplication
Language Arts Weekly
This is a poster of what our school is following on how to choose a "good fit" book!
-Your child should be familiar with this chart and each part that goes with it.
-Reminder: if your child struggles on 5 words or more on any page of a book then it may not be a "good fit" and to choose another and try again.
Questions to Ask your Child
1. How does the character change throughout the story?
2. Do those changes make the character a better person?
3. Can you put the story or the part of the story you've read so far in your own words?
4. What was the problem in the story? How did the character handle it? Could they have handled it differently?
5. What is the main idea of this text and how do you know?
6. What details support the main idea?
*If you read this, go tell Ms. Perkins GO LSU TIGERS for a Brag Tag Bead!*