from a 'just right' novel for thirty minutes.
Record the book and pages
you read on a piece of paper.
Choose a five to seven sentence passage
from the pages you read. Practice reading it out loud so that it sounds
smooth and natural.
Pay attention to punctuation, pausing at commas end
Read it in bigger phrases of words, rather than word by
word. Your goal is to read fluently.
Be prepared to read this
passage out loud to Mrs. Custeau when we return to school.
you need to bring the book back in to school with you, or copy the passage
you practice onto a separate piece of paper to bring to school.
an everyday object. It can be an object you can see in real life as you
write, or an object you have seen before and remember well. It should
be something your classmates would recognize. Write a five to seven
sentence paragraph describing the object in detail. Do not tell the
object's name. We will be sharing our paragraphs when we return to
school, and your classmates will be guessing what you are
Spend twenty minutes practicing multiplication facts. Then, spend twenty
to thirty minutes playing Multiplication Baseball with someone at home.
Today we will be studying Maple Sugaring. You will watch a video, view a slideshow and complete a crossword puzzle.