•  The lessons and objectives for the next two weeks are...
    READING Dogs by Jennifer Blizen Gillis-nonfiction
    and Animals Have Special Jobs from Weekly Reader a magazine article-fiction
    IXL Reading
    COMPREHENSION Main Idea and Details
    WRITING Review-transition sentences: first, next, then, last. Paragraph structure-main idea and detail sentences.
    Spelling words to be tested:not, best, run, bed, job, get, mud, duck, ten, spot, helmet, puppet, rotten, subject, contest, bottom, kitten, tennis, frog, test
    INTRODUCTION:
    *PHONICS long e written ee and ea
    *SPELLING LIST see, please, need, real, sleep, mean, green, keep, clean, eat
    GRAMMAR Parts of a Sentence: Naming and Telling Part (in third grade it is referred to as subject and predicate)
    Nouns, Identify kinds of sentences-commands and exclamations
    ROBUST VOCABULARY We will focus on the first four words. Children are expected to understand and define the word. (Not decode or read the word.)
    assistance, disability, position, attached, frisky, depend, responsibility, affinity
    WRITING Topic Sentence. Use transitions first, next, the, last
    HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS bicycle, exercise, sometimes, special, sugar
    MATH Upon completion of chapter 2...Chapter 3 Basic Fact and Relationships Doubles-4+4=8,  sums, addends, ten strategy, add 3 numbers, and problem solving
    DOMAIN Number and Operations in Base Ten
    SCIENCE and Art pumpkins and scarecrows
    SOCIAL STUDIES  Communities Key concepts types of communities: urban, suburban  and rural. Define each. Citizens, laws, and rules. How we need to work together.
    IXL
    Social Studies: A.9, A.1

     No school on Oct. 17 & 18.

    LESSON PLANS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO UNEXPECTED EVENTS AND SOME TOPICS MAY TAKE LONGER TO COMPREHEND.