Name: _______________________. Weekly Newsletter: February 24 th – February 28 th. Week at a Glance. Spelling Pattern Words. Individual Sight Words. Pattern: Review all long vowel patterns. bake rain say play. sleep eat honey body. night kite pie fly. soap snow hope spoke.
Weekly Newsletter: February 24th – February 28th
Week at a Glance
Spelling Pattern Words
Pattern: Review all long vowel patterns
Weekly Vocabulary Words
Amos and Boris
Discuss the character actions in the stories you read. How do these actions influence the outcome of the story?
This Friday, we will have an assembly to kick off our Dolphin Dash! This year’s Dash will be a lot of fun. Please encourage your child to make a goal for the Dash, and talk about how we can plan to accomplish our goals. Thank you!
Living the Dolphin Way
Living the Dolphin way is doing the right thing, even when no one is looking. Thank you for helping your child live the Dolphin Way at home and at school!
Thank you to my volunteers!
We are in need of the following items –
*Ticonderoga Pencils (Thank you to the Kinsella family for your donation!)
Important Dates and Reminders:
2/28: Dolphin Dash Kick-Off Assembly
3/7: Razzle Bam Boom Assembly
3/12: LCM Jog-A-Thon
3/14, 3/21: Friday Flag
3/21: Movie Night
3/27: Open House
3/31-4/4: Spring Break
Word Work: Students will review all of the ways to make long vowel sounds.
Reading: Students will practice retelling the stories they read through discussion of the setting, characters, problem, character actions, and solution in the story.
Math: Students will practice building numbers and identifying tens and ones within a number.
Writing: Students will continue to practice writing informational and opinion paragraphs.
Social Studies: Students will learn about significant figures in America’s history.
Science: Students will begin an investigation into habitats across the globe.
Directions: Search your house for numbers! Fill the box below with as many numbers as you can find (but at least ten).
Challenge: Can you use different colors for one-digit and two-digit numbers?
Directions: Choose 3 numbers from your scavenger hunt. Write the number, then build the number by drawing tens and ones below.
Challenge: Write what you notice about tens and ones, and how they relate to the written number.