School will be closed from Friday March 13th until Sunday April 12th. School will reopen on Monday April 13th.

Dear Parent,

Please continue to work with your child daily. All assignments will be posted on our blog, and we are always available per email. We wish you a safe and healthy break.

Must Do Over Break

  • Weekly spelling assignments
  • 30 minutes reading DAILY
  • Freckle-articles (Language Arts, Social Studies, Science), Math Practices, and Writing
  • Daily journal entry

Week 1 Spelling -(Monday– write four times each, Tuesday-vowels in red/consonant in blue, Wednesday-sentences using your spelling words, Thursday– alphabetic order, and Friday– rainbow writing.

-ore, oar

  1. chore
  2. roar
  3. board
  4. snore
  5. wore
  6. lore
  7. oar
  8. aboard
  9. score
  10. tore

Writing Prompts


Why are laws important in our community? List three reasons why they are important.


April 22nd is Earth Day. What are Three things you can 

do to help protect our



What does this quote mean? 


Which drink do you think is a need? Give three reasons why. 

Below are Fiction and Non-Fiction comprehension questions students should answer after reading each book from their reading bag. They must choose 3 questions per book to answer.

Non-Fiction Questions

1 Write 3 facts you learned from this book. 2 What is the most interesting thing that you learned? 3 Who do you think would be interested in the book you read? Explain why….
4 What was the author’s purpose? Explain how you know. 5 Find a heading in your book. Tell me what page it is on and write what the heading is teaching us about. 6 Choose 4 vocabulary words from your text. With each word: Describe it, illustrate it, and use it in a sentence.
7 What are 2 questions you still have about this topic? 8 With an adult, do some online research about your topic and write 2 NEW facts your learned (that were NOT in your book). 9 Write a connection that you have with this topic. Why are you interested in this topic and what else are you still wondering?


1 Do a picture walk of your story. Write down your prediction for what you think will happen.   2 What is the problem and solution of your book? 3 What is the author’s purpose for writing this story? How do you know? -Persuade -Inform -Entertain  
4 What is the main idea of this story? What do you think the author wanted you to learn? 5 Retell the story: First… Next… Then… Last… 6 Did this story remind you of anything? Write down your connection and tell me what kind of connection it is.
7 Write 3 new or interesting words from your story and write their definition. 8 How do you think the main character felt in this story and why? 9 Draw a picture of your favorite part of the story and write 3 sentences about it.


Open House is Wednesday, September 12th from 6:00-7:30 p.m.  I will be hosting a short parent meeting Friday,  September 7th from 8:05-8:20 a.m. I look forward to meeting each and every one of you.


Week of 5/21

NWEA testing: May 22 (Math)

No school on Friday 5/25 and Monday 5/28 (Memorial Day weekend)

Spelling Words 

Skill: suffixes -er, -est, -ing, -ed

bigger                    biggest

liked                       liking

talked                    talking

fastest                   faster

looked                  looking