Name:_______________ April 15 - 19, 2013 Mrs. Neal http://bpsneal3.berkeleyprep.net/ Wordly Wise: http://www.school.berkeleyprep.org/lower/llinks/third/wwise3.htm MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY TOTAL Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes Read for 30 minutes Total Weekday and ----------------------- ----------------------- ----------------------- ----------------------- Weekend Minutes Reading Logs Due Tomorrow! ______ ______ Minutes Read:_____ Minutes Read:_____ Minutes Read:_____ Minutes Read:_____ INITIALS Home Link: Factor Worksheet Home Link: Home Link: Math 9-8 given by teacher 9-9 9-11 IXL: E4 IXL: N7 IXL: E8 IXL: D9 Review Wordly Wise English words for Lesson 15 on Brainflips Check the Spanish blog for tonight’s assignment Spanish http://bpsspanish.berkeleyprep.net/p/3rd-grade.html SPELLING: Practice the Practice words you missed on Did you remember to Keyboarding Other today’s pretest with the for 30 minutes get your reading log activities on the back of signed? this sheet. this week IMPORTANT DATES: Last Weekend’s April 18- Book Orders due Extra Reading (Fri-Sun) April 16- Field trip to Ringling Museum (daily uniform) April 26- Science Discovery Day (see newsletter for “dress down” ideas) April 29-May 3- ERB testing ________minutes May 10- Mothers’ Day Tea, 2pm
TARGET SKILL: Months of the Year, Days of the Week January February March Monday Tuesday April August September Wednesday Thursday October November December Friday Saturday calendarSpend some time practicing the words you spelled incorrectly on Monday’s pre-test. On Friday, we will have a dictation test thatincludes all of the words. Below are some fun ways for you to practice your spelling words for the week. MAGIC SPELLING WORDS! Designer Words Alphabits Create clues that help someone figure Write the words Write your Spelling SOAPY SUDSY out a mystery spelling word. on white words using construction Use the cereal to Write each word in (Provide the answers on the back of your paper.) bubble letters with white spell your words the condensation of For example: and then color crayon and and then eat the shower wall. It’s a noun. It’s a country. It’s found in each word watercolor paint differently. them! Yum! Africa. It starts with a Z. over the page. First, dot out a letter of the word. Next, Scramble your words and Use a tape recorder, iPad, etc. to trace the letter. Keep doing it until you write the correct spelling next record your spelling words and are finished with the whole word. to each scrambled word. spellings. Listen to your recording! Repeat with all spelling words on your list.
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