Ms. Adams' Classroom Newsletter

April 2016

How Do I Prepare My Child for the EOG?

Below are 2 websites that will link you to a previous Reading and Math EOG. In order to prepare your child for Reading have them read one story a night and answer the questions that go with that story. The Reading Strategies taught in class are:

  1. Read the questions to the story. Read the title. Make a prediction.
  2. Read and outline the story. This includes allowing them to draw pictures and take notes while reading.
  3. Answer the questions, referring to the story and select the best answer.

These strategies allow students to slow down and think about the story they are reading.

In order to assist your child on the Math EOG, have them complete one problem a night leading up to the EOG. If the picture of the calculator is not crossed out at the top of the page, students can use a calculator on that part of the test. The answers to both tests are at the end of the tests.

English Language Arts(ELA) EOG

Math EOG

Important Dates to Remember

  • April 5th-Reading Mock EOG
  • April 7th-Math Mock EOG
  • April 14th-Report Cards
  • April 15th-Field Day @ 12:00-2:00
  • April 21st-Early Dismissal-Parent Conferences
  • May-Reading and Math EOG
  • June 6th-Award's Day for 3rd and 5th

This Month in Our Classroom

Reading: Biographies and EOG Review

Math: Fractions and EOG Review

Cursive Writing: Cursive Animation (Uppercase) Cursive Animation (Lowercase)

S.T.E.A.M: The Skeleton System and Ecosystems (Understand How Plants Survive in their Environment)

• Roots – absorb nutrients

• Stems – provide support

• Leaves – synthesize food

• Flowers – attract pollinators and produce seeds for reproduction

Social Studies: Understand how events, individuals, and ideas have influenced the history of local and regional communities

Writing: Persuasive Letters and Fairy Tales

Check Student's AR Points HERE!

You just need their username and password. Students should be able to tell you both.

About Ms. Adams

This is my tenth year with Gaston County Schools, but my sixth year teaching 3rd grade. I graduated from Belmont Abbey College and I am currently working toward my National Board Certification. I enjoy spending time with family, swimming and reading. Teaching is my passion!