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Week 26!

March 1, 2020 by Brittany Wilbanks

It was great to see you all for parent/teacher conferences this past Friday! As always, please reach out if there is anything you need from me! If you did not come in, then please email me and we can schedule a time to meet! For a clip up this week, please have your child write a sentence using commas in a series (example: I saw lions, elephants, and bears at the zoo.) Remind them to use a capital at the beginning and punctuation at the end.


  • PLEASE label all coats, jackets, hats, and other winter accessories with your child’s first and last name.


  • Reading every night for 20 minutes  (This includes sight words and reading group books that are coming home each night. Please return the books each day with your child.)
  • Math fact sheet each night

Last week we:

  • Practiced and tested on -ide words as well as the words “they” and “what”.
  • Reviewed that all proper nouns (names of people, places or things) need to be capitalized. 
  • Learned where we properly add commas in dates and when listing things in a series.
  • Wrote an informative piece on animals we have learned about through our research.
  • Continued to work on creating our animal slideshows. 
  • Attended FFA’s Ag day to learn about the projects that FFA students have. 
  • Added and subtracted 1,2, or 3 from a two digit number (without regrouping) using strategies such as counting on or back.

This week we will:

  • Identify and practice words with the long o (-one) pattern. 
  • Learn that root words are the basic part of a word. For example–happy is the root word in the word unhappy
  • Discuss and begin to understand what a prefix and suffix are and how they change the meaning of a root word.
  • Continue to practice adding commas in the written date as well as when listing items in a series.  
  • Add transitions to our slideshow presentations and begin practicing presenting them.
  • Begin to learn about and start writing poetry, starting with acrostic poems and color poems. 
  • Enjoy reading many Dr. Suess books to celebrate his birthday and Read Across America Week. 
  • Celebrate the 100th day of school with many fun activities!
  • Add and subtract 1,2, or 3 from a two digit number (without regrouping) using strategies such as counting on or back.
  • Practice making the next ten


  • 3/16/20 – Spring Break starts
  • 3/23/20 – Students return to school