Spelling Words: - Words with –or and –ore
  • Horn
  • story
  • fork
  • score
  • store
  • corn
  • morning
  • shore
  • short
  • born
  • tore
  • forget

Bonus word: exercise

Vocabulary Words: - Vocabulary words always appear on weekly ELA test.
  • depended
  • sore
  • sprang
  • studied
  • gazing
  • hero
  • exercise
  • overlooked
High Frequency word scholar should know:
  • I’ve
  • begin
  • being
  • flower
  • ground
  • laugh
  • ready
  • stood
  • tall
  • very
Day Assigment Notes
Monday
  • Read for 30 minutes. Fill in Reading Log clearly.
  • Math worksheet
  • Readers notebook pages 70- 71
  • Write your spelling words in alphabetical order

ELA test tomorrow

Tuesday
  • Read for 30 minutes. Fill in Reading Log clearly.
  • Go! Math HW 2.9
  • Readers notebook Pages 72-73
  • Write your spelling words 3 times

Gym

ELA Test today

Wednesday
  • Read for 30 minutes. Fill in Reading Log clearly.
  • Go! Math HW 2.10
  • Readers notebook pages 61, 62 and 63
  • Write the meaning of your vocabulary words
  • Read the story Dex the Heart of a Hero. Answer at least 4 of the comprehension questions

The story Dex the Heart of a Hero is the story we will be reading in class this week. Please read the story with your child and help him/her understand the story better.

Thursday
  • Read for 30 minutes. Fill in Reading Log clearly
  • Go! Math HW 2.11
  • Readers notebook page 64 and 65
  • Use the your spelling word in a sentence
  • Read the story Dex the Heart of a Hero. Answer at least 4 of the comprehension questions . (keep home until Monday)
Friday
  • Read for 30 minutes. Fill in Reading Log clearly and Write a summary of a book you read this week.
  • Go! Math HW 2.12
  • Readers notebook pages 66 and 67
  • Use most or all spelling words in a story.
  • Work on finishing up comprehension questions (return to school on Monday)

Bring in reading log and comprehension question sheets on Monday.

Reminders and Announcements:
  • Please ensure that scholars complete both sides of the worksheets as many are often incomplete.
  • Your child should read for 30 minutes every night and write a summary. Return reading log to school on Fridays.