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Due:

Big Reading Question:

What is the job of a meteorologist and why is it important?

Vocabulary Words:

meteorologist: a person who studies weather and predicts what the weather will be like

meteorology: the study of weather and weather predictions

record: a written report of an event

satellites: objects designed to go around Earth in space and collect information

warning: telling someone in advance that danger is near

Fundations Practice:

Blending, reading, and spelling CVC words and words containing digraphs

Use and spelling of digraph ck

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will write and draw to tell why a meteorologist’s job is important. 

At Home:

Complete Homework Packet for 2-18-20

Read sight words:  so, too, funny, soon, no, or, for, little, of, have, by, from, my, do, very, did

Due:

Big Reading Question:

How is the weather important to daily life?

We reviewed the Weather and Seasons Domain today.  As culminating activities, students will be creating their own weather report, writing to give their opinion about which season is the best, and writing to tell how the weather is important to daily life.  We will also be conducting various weather related activities and experiments.

Vocabulary Words:

No new vocabulary words were introduced today. 

Fundations:

Blending, reading, and spelling CVC words and words with digraphs

Review of trick words: I, you

Listening for long and short vowel sounds

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will use writing and illustrations to tell how the weather is important to daily life.

At Home:

Complete Homework Packet for 2-19-20

Read sight words:  so, too, funny, soon, no, or, for, little, of, have, by, from, my, do, very, did

Due:

Big Reading Question:

In your opinion, which is the best season of the year?  Use facts to support your opinion.

We continued our review of the Weather and Seasons Domain today.  As culminating activities, students will be creating their own weather report, writing to give their opinion about which season is the best, and writing to tell how the weather is important to daily life.  We will also be conducting various weather related activities and experiments.

Vocabulary Words:

No new vocabulary words were introduced today. 

Fundations:

Blending, reading, and spelling CVC words and words with digraphs

Scooping sentences into phrases

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will draw and write to tell which season is the best, providing reasons to support their opinion.

At Home:

Complete Homework Packet for 2-20-20

Read sight words:  so, too, funny, soon, no, or, for, little, of, have, by, from, my, do, very, did