Mrs. DeLuca

Science Test on Monday, January 14th
Math Test on Tuesday, January 15th 

OLMM Reconciliation is on Saturday, January 19th
St. Ignatius Reconciliation Saturday, January 26th
Open House Sunday, January 27th (10 AM Mass)
Monday 1/28- Silly Sock Day
Tuesday 1/29- Sports Day
Wednesday 1/30- Teacher Appreciation Day
Thursday- 1/31 Parents Club Activity- Family Math Games
Friday 2/1- Crazy Hat Day- Souper Bowl Dress Down

Grandparents' Day- 2/14 

Study Basic Math Facts!

Keep Reading! January Reading Menu Due Friday, February 1st 
Complete Four Choices

Homework Week of January 14th _____________________

This week we will not be having spelling homework. We are extending ELA Lesson 16 and will have the reading assessment on Friday. Students are encouraged to practice their basic math facts. Please complete the worksheet and use a stop watch. The goal is to decrease the amount of time it takes to complete the worksheet. Basic Math Fact fluency is essential as we will be working with addition and subtraction problems with three-digit numbers in the future. Students will occasionally be assessed on the amount of problems they can complete in a minute in the future. Homework will be checked daily.

Monday: Math pages 129, 130 and math worksheet E13 
Tuesday: Math worksheets E12 and E22
Wednesday: Math pages 133, 134 and math worksheet E23
Thursday: Math pages 135, 136 and math worksheet E15

Homework for January 7th Week _____________________

Monday: Math pages 121, 122, and Spelling Menu Lesson 16
Tuesday: Math pages 123, 124, and Spelling Menu Lesson 16
Wednesday: Math pages 125, 126 and Spelling Lesson 16 Menu
Thursday: Math pages 127, 128 and Spelling Menu Lesson 16/ Quiz tomorrow

For January 7th and 14th Week: We will be focusing on Lesson 16 in ELA. The spelling assessment will be on Friday, Jan. 11th and the reading assessment will be on Friday, Jan. 18th. We are working on a writing project that will be displayed for our Sunday Open House for Catholic Schools week. 

ELA- Lesson 16: Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble
HFW: also, fly, gone, have, horse, look, river, said, saw, something
Vocab: received, account, budget, disappointed, chuckled, staring, repeated, fund
Vocab Strategy: Homographs
Phonics: Base Words and Endings -ed, -ing
Comprehension Skill: Story Structure
Target Strategy: Infer/Predict
Grammar: Pronouns

Religion- Continuing Chapter 15 and reviewing to prepare for reconciliation 

Unit 3: Jesus Gives Himself in the Eucharist

Religion: Ch. 15: Jesus Gives us the Eucharist

SWBAT read and discuss how Jesus gives us the Eucharist.

JESUS CHRIST GIVES US THE EUCHARIST: Jesus brings us life. Jesus celebrated a special meal with his disciples. In the Eucharist we remember and celebrate what Jesus did at the Last Super. The Mass is a meal and a sacrifice.
What kind of food do people make with wheat?
Vocabulary Focus: Last Supper, Eucharist, Mass, Holy Communion
Discuss why the last supper was a special meal, list Jesus’ actions and words. 

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Math- Chapter 5: Addition and Subtraction

Students will learn how to use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract, and represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.

Essential Question: How do you use place value to subtract 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping?

Students will focus on breaking apart ones place to subtract, model regrouping for subtracting, model and record 2-digit subtraction, rewrite 2-digit subtraction, add to find differences, problem solving, write equations to represent subtraction, solve multi-step problems.

Vocabulary Focus: ones, subtract, difference, tens, ones, regroup, digit, bar model, number sentence 

Social Studies- Unit 3: Working Together

Students will learn about people making choices about earning, spending, and saving money. Taxes are used to pay for services provided to the community. A factory is a building where people produce goods. The development of goods sold to consumers can be traced from natural resources, which producers turn into finished products. Using a compass can help people understand direction and follow a route. A pie chart is a good way to show information. Countries exchange goods by using different means of transportation such as trains, trucks, boats, and planes. People in the past bartered good and services instead of using money to get what they needed.

Vocabulary Focus: income, goods, services, tax, factory, trade, transportation

Science- Unit 5: Environment for Living Things

Big Idea: Living things meet their needs in their environments. Environments change over time. Students will learn how plants and animals meet each others needs, how living things are adapted to their environment, how plants can survive in different environments, and how environments change over time.

Vocabulary Focus: environment, food chain, pollen, adaptation, resource


Please contact Jdeluca5601@lbcrs.org for any questions or concerns

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