Peek of the Week for May 15-19
Reading: Our story this week: “Ruth Law Thrills a Nation”
Genre: Nonfiction Biography – A biography is the story of a person’s life.
1. feat – an amazing deed
2. heroine – a woman who has done something very brave or helpful
3. hospitality – friendly treatment of guests or strangers
4. refused – would not do
5. spectators – people who watch
6. stood – was unchallenged
Spelling: special sounds: ould in could, u in push, ou in country, ful in beautiful
words; could, would, should, full, pull, put, push, bush, bushes, touch, young, cousin, double, trouble, joyful, useful, helpful, handful, playful, thankful, truthful, wonderful, can't, won't, let's
combine: to mix
companion: a friend
patient: able to wait without complaining
Math; We will continue with our current chapters. Timed tests: At the beginning of 3rd grade, they start with 100 addition problems in 4 minutes. We will be giving these to the class but not grading them. We just want them to be exposed to it.
*If your child has not passed the subtraction timed test, the last day is this Friday, May 19th.
Requests and Reminders:
*Monday, May 15th: Talents show in Eckburg 9-11
*Tuesday, May 23-Friday, May 26th: half days
dismissal at 11:40. These are UNIFORM days except for the last day.
*Friday, May 26th: Last day of 2nd grade
9-11: End of the Year chapel (2nd grade only received Perfect Attendance awards.)
11:00: End of the year party
**If you are not attending the party or your child is not going to Aftercare, please park and come pick up your child. We will let you know the location of our party and dismissal is at 11:40 or before that day.