Reading/Math Log: Every Monday your child will bring home a reading and math log. The goal for your child is to read for a total of 100 minutes and practice their math facts 25 minutes each week. Students can practice their story for the ReadyGen module through their PowerSchool login or any other reading material at home (library books, etc.). Independently reading, reading aloud, listening to reading, or being read to all count towards reading minutes.For math, facts can be practiced by using flashcards or any other website online (Reflex Math, etc). An adult should initial the completed log along with the total number of minutes that were completed.
Click below to download our weekly log to keep on hand---> Reading_and_Math_Log.pdf
Literacy: Your child should practice their Vocabulary Words (WHITE packet) that are sent home with each reading module. They should be able to read the words as well as know their meaning. Your child will be assessed on these words at the end of each reading module (about every 3-4 weeks). **Use the weekly newsletter (sent home on Fridays) to guide which words to review at home.
Your child will also be bringing home their High Frequency Word List (GREEN sheet) for each reading module. Your child should be able to recognize these words, without sounding them out, within 3 seconds. Your child will be assessed on these words once every trimester.
In addition, your child should be practicing their Phonics/Spelling Words (YELLOW sheet) and applying the phonics skill that they know in order to read and spell the words. The phonics skills changes about every week and a half. **Use the weekly newsletter (sent home on Fridays) to guide which skill we are focusing on in class. Your child will be assessed on spelling 10 of the 15 phonics words after each skill focus comes to a close. For example, in Unit 3-Module A, we focus on “plurals” during Lessons 1-5. Upon completion of the final lesson on plurals, your child will be assessed on 10 of the 15 words included on that particular Phonics/Spelling Word List.
For a "refrigerator copy" of the information above, click to download a literacy reference guide to keep on hand--->
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Your child will be bringing home math home links on a daily basis. These home links reinforce the concepts taught in class. They should be completed and returned the following day. We will go over the answers in class together. If there is ever a time your child has trouble with the home link, please write a note on the homework and I will go over it with your child.
**I realize that many of the students have after school activities and other obligations. I know sometimes things happen and come up that we can not control and students can feel overwhelmed with schoolwork during busy times. If this happens, just send a note or email letting me know and your child can turn their homework in the next day or as soon as possible. Thank you!