Peek of the Week for March 7-11
Spelling: ie in brownie, ey in key, ey in obey
brownie, cookie, field, piece, niece, believe, key, keys, turkey, monkey, money, honey, valley, chimney, obey, they'll, they've, they're, we're, you're
suffer: to feel pain
Reading: Our story this week is: “Chinatown”.
Genre: Realistic Fiction – Realistic fiction is a story with characters and events that are like people and events in real life.
1. celebrations – joyous gatherings, usually to mark an important event
2. develop – to make something better
3. furious – very angry
4. graceful – lovely way of moving
5. grocery store – a shop that sells food and household goods
6. students – people who go to school
Math: We will continue with Ch. 11, 3 digit addition and subtraction
Timed tests: Wednesday: addition, 3 minutes
Thursday: subtraction, 4 minutes, differences of 0-8
Social Science: Forces and Motion test on Monday, the 7th
Requests and Reminders:
*March 14th and 15th will be non-uniform days with all money collected benefiting Coach Kelley. An email from Dr. Palmer will come home to explain more.
*Monday, March 14th: please send in 12 plastic eggs, no chocolate, taped closed.
*Tuesday, March 15th: Easter Egg Hunt at 11:00 AM. Parents are invited. Please bring an Easter basket this day. You are welcome to check your child out after the egg hunt to begin spring break.
*Spring Break: March 16-March 28
"Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here; He has risen!" Luke 24: 5-6
He has risen! He has risen, indeed!! Happy Easter!