Camp Learn A Lot
February 5, 2016
Our Valentine's Day party is Friday afternoon. If your child wants to give valentines, your child must have a valentine to give to each student in our homeroom. Valentines with food or candy are not permitted. If your child would like to address the valentines, the 26 students in our homeroom are: Averie, Evey, Lila, Ava, Shelby, Gabi, Sarah, Makenzie, Finley, Roslyn, Abby, Sophia, Titan, Dusty, Luke, Broden, Logan, Cayden, Gavin, Jordan, Bryson, Tyler, Jesus, Jacob, Nathan, and Jaden. If you need financial assistance, please let me know.
Please see below for important dates to add to your calendar.
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choosing our informational writing topics!
We love . . .
celebrating birthday girls and boys!
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getting brand new classroom library books!
- Special: Technology + Library
- Logophiles Group 2 progress check
- Special: PE
- Special: Art
- Logophiles Group 3 progress check
- Special: Music
- Body Safety Presentation
- Special: Technology
- Weekly Reading Log due
- Valentine's Day Party @ 2:15pm
- President's Day / Flex Day
- Early Release Day @ 2:55pm
- Hazel Dell Spectacular
- Science Fair
- Logophiles Group 1: How can the CVVC pattern help us become better spellers?
- Logophiles Group 2: How can the CVVC pattern help us become better spellers?
- Logophiles Group 3: What different sounds are created by consonant digraphs?
Reading - Unit 2 - Inquiring Minds Want to Read
- How does an author’s experiences and writing style affect the information presented in nonfiction texts?
- How can different texts on the same topic help me to strengthen my understanding of a topic?
- How can what I learn help me better understand the world?
- How is the text organized so that I can better understand the topic?
- How can I change the way I interact with a text depending on what nonfiction text features it has?
- How do objects move?
- How can we move a ball?
- How can we change the way objects move?
- How can we change motion?
- What is gravity?
- What are magnets?
- What does it mean to have healthful living?
- How can models help us understand mathematics?
- How can strategies help us solve addition and subtraction problems?
- How might procedures help us to solve multiplication and division problems?
Writing Workshop - Unit 2 - Inquiring Minds Want to Write
- Why and how do readers write about what they have read?
- How do we use resources to find authentic information?
- How do writers inform, explain, and report information?
- What kind of information would I share with an audience to clarify, illustrate, or expand my thoughts?
- What is the purpose of an informational piece of writing?
- How do the structure and text features shape informational texts?
- How can I self-assess to make sure my writing reflects what I have learned about writing an informational text?
- How can I edit and revise my writing to better convey my information?
Parent & Student Resources
- NWEA's Resources for Parents
- Noblesville's NWEA Resources for Parents
- Reading Comprehension Question Prompts
- Everyday Mathematics Resources for Parents
- Hazel Dell Cafeteria Menu
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