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Week of May 6, 2012
Word Wall/Sight Words are now completed for the year.
We will spend the rest of the year reviewing all the
learned word wall words and ensuring the children are
consistently reading them correctly and using them in
their writing.
Vowel diagraphs are two vowels that work together to
make a new sound. This week, we are working on the
identifying when to use the diagraph -ou- (beginning and
middle of words) and the digraph –ow-(end of words)
, out, our, pour, etc.
skills such as compound words, ABC order, contractions,
synonyms and antonyms.
 Continuing to work on describing the five story
elements: character, setting, plot, problem, and solution
see how authors use words to help us feel, see, hear,
smell, and taste to interact with the story.
Incorporating word wall words and new phonics spelling
patterns in our writing
including writing complete sentences
– using our
five senses to help improve our writing. Using more
exciting word choices to replace “dead” words such as
nice, fun, good, bad, and like.
 Continuing to identify, classify, sort, and manipulate
three dimensional shapes.
 This is the last week of our “Homes” unit - how homes
differ across the world, how they are made and why
they were built that way in that part of the world.
 We are going to begin constructing our homes project
this week. If you haven’t sent items to school with your
child, please do so as soon as possible.
Be sure to contact your teacher if your child is going to be
absent for any reason.
 Sunday: reading to self, practicing math facts, and
word wall words
Monday: reading to self, practicing math facts, and
word wall words
Tuesday: reading to self, practicing math facts, and
word wall words
Wednesday: math worksheet, reading to self, practicing
math facts, and word wall words
Thursday: reading to self, practicing math facts, and
word wall words, weekend writing journals