Mrs. Bohm & Mrs. Janowak
We Hope You Enjoyed Your Break!
Please look at the calendar in your child's red folder and discuss with your child what color they ended their day on and initial in the date box nightly. This is a great way to keep communication flowing between school and home and it also creates great discussion between you and your child.
PARTS OF SPEECH: Adjectives, Adverbs and Compound Words
1. State your opinion
2. Transition Words for each reason (First of all, Another reason, and Lastly)
3. 3 reasons with an example of each reason
4. Restate your opinion
This will be a total of 8 sentences. The children really seem to enjoy opinion writing and this is a great unit to also teach capitals at the beginning of a sentence and periods at the end.
Reading logs are due EVERY MONDAY. Reading at home is an essential part of your child’s growth as a reader. If your child does not turn in a reading log three weeks in a row, they will be reading in the opportunity room during recess. The reading log is a K-5 Syring expectation. To help teach responsibility to your child, you can have them fill out the reading log and then give it to you so you can initial it.
* Please have your child bring a small healthy SNACK DAILY.
* Reading logs are due every Monday. Reading at home helps your child become a successful reader!
*Check and sign math homework nightly
*Spelling homework is due on FRIDAY
Jan 16-NO SCHOOL-MLK Day
Jan 20-Root Beer Float Sale
Jan 27-NO SCHOOL-End of the Semester
Feb 1-Early Release-1:30
Feb 3-National wear RED day and Popcorn Sale
Feb 9- 1/2 day-PTC 1-3:30 and 5-8
Feb 10-Root Beer Float Sale
Feb 14-Valentine Breakfast
Feb 17-No School
Feb 20-President's Day-No School