Kraft Class Update
Math: 2-digit addition (without regrouping)
This week we focused on adding two digit numbers (without regrouping). We first read the problem. Then we drew a picture (using tens and ones) for each number. Next we added the ones. Lastly we added up the tens.
Next week we will practice the same skill and add the challenge of "regrouping ten ones for one group of ten".
2nd Step: Apologizing
1. say what happened
2. say sorry
3. say how to make things right
Thank you, Mrs. Ross, for coming in to talk to us about apologizing!
Reading: More Adventures of Super Kids
Memory words: cold, laugh, know, again, both, does
Spelling pattern: control-r
"ar" in car,
"or" in for,
"ir, er, ur" in bird, hammer, hurt
Remember to practice the memory words and spelling patterns at home. The Unit 5 "More Adventures of the Superkids" home connection should be inside Friday Folders. Thanks!
Please send box tops to school. Thank you for your support!
A new reading log went home today (inside Friday Folder). If your child forgot to turn their log in, please send it to school on Monday.
Scholastic Books orders can be placed online. These orders are due April 29. To order online, click here. The classroom code is PCVG8.
Check out the selection of animated books at TumbleBooks, provided by the Woodridge Public Library. (*A library card is needed to access this awesome website.)
Practice Math Facts at home by logging into XtraMath. (They need to know their 4 digit pin. Email if they don’t, and I will send home.)
Practice math skills using IXL. (This login is the same as Scootpad, which is taped inside their binder.)
Reward your child for working hard on their math facts by playing math games on SumDog.
Use Scootpad to practice English Language Arts skills at home. (their login is taped inside their binder)
Practice weekly sound patters and memory words on the Super Kids interactive website.
Use typing club to practice typing at home.
Need a new login sheet for any of the websites listed above? Email me and I will send home a new form!
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In partnership with family and community, Woodridge School District 68 provides a comprehensive educational foundation for all children in a safe, caring environment, preparing them to be productive, responsible, and successful members of society.