Week 33

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Week 33

  1. 1. Mrs. Ackerman’s Homework CalendarName:____________________ Week of April 30th – May 4th, 2012 http://wildabout2ndgrade.berkeleyprep.net/ MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY WEEKEND Reading Read 20 minutes or more! Read 20 minutes or more! Read 20 minutes or more! Read 20 minutes or more! Enjoy your weekend with your HomeLink 11:3 HomeLink 11:4 HomeLink 11:5 HomeLink 11:6 family! Math Trade-First Subtraction Multiplication Stories Division Number Stories Multiplication Facts XtraMath– Computer Time (5 minutes each night) & Math Fact Practice – Review Addition & Subtraction Enter the Spanish review links and select additional practice (towards the bottom). To sign in, please type Berkeley (and the number your child is assigned in class). The password is: Berkeley (and the number your child is assigned in class followed by the letter a). Spanish For example- Username: berkeley3 Password: berkeley3a Scroll down and select: “Sprout Series-Book B”- Select #3 to practice the Sprout Series Games http://www.wordlywise3000.com/ Book 2 – Lesson 15Wordly Wise Website - Review the words- Choose 2 different words Create Flashcards. Keep at Lesson 14 Crossword Puzzle and draw a picture to home for practice. match the meaningWord Study Refer to “Above and Beyond” page 2Upcoming Events: Wednesday, May 9th – Poetry Reading Party (1:30p.m. – classroom) Thursday, May 24th – Philippe Park End of the Year Party 10:00am-2:30pm (Families Invited) Friday, May 25th – Farmers’ Day (11am dismissal) – Last day of school
  2. 2. Word Study (Spelling) optionsWords of sale sometimes them then thanthe Week Dot Out the Word: Write your words in rice, shaving cream, bathtub foam, or any other item approved by a First, dot out a letter of the word. Next, family member. trace the letter. Keep doing it until you are finished with the whole word. Repeat with all spelling words on your list. Word Jumble: Write your words using one color for vowels and another color for consonants. Then write Scramble your words and write the correct your words in ABC order. spelling next to each scrambled word. If applicable, write word families for your Write each word in special letters (bubbly, words. squiggly, block, etc) (For example, could-would-should)

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