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Mrs. Pariseau

Week of May 15-26, 2017


May 16, 2017-4th Quarter Progress Reports go home
May 25, 2017-Spring Concert-6:00 P.M.
May 26, 2017-Year-end cookout

                                 
Amazing Words: Unit 4.1
preserve-keep something protected from anything that would cause it to be ruined or spoiled
represent-to stand for it or symbolize it
valuable-something that is worth something or important
tough-difficult to do
concentration-thinking about one thing very carefully
frown-you wrinkle your forehead and draw your eyebrows together, usually when you are worried, angry, or
           thinking
homeland-the country in which you are born or where you feel you belong
patient-a person can wait for something or put up with some trouble without complaining or getting upset



Spelling Words-Words ending in -le
ankle
title
apple
cable
purple
able
bugle
bundle
bubble
giggle
sparkle
tickle


Challenge Words
mumble
scramble
twinkle

Grammar-Adjectives and our Senses
Example: yellow, quiet, warm
 

I recommend continued practice of addition and subtraction facts up to 18.  This would be very beneficial to help your child.


                                                                                                        Reminders

Specials:
Monday-Library, Nutrition
Tuesday-Physical Education
Wednesday-Art
Thursday-Physical Education
Friday-Music



Every educator has a different style of teaching and grading.  The following is a list of my class expectations which will be implemented for this school year:

-All subjects will be graded from daily work, homework, tests, and participation
-Tests will count for two grades
-Written homework that is late will have 5 points taken off each day until it is brought in (this will also apply to work that is not completed in school within a reasonable amount of time)

Once again, the school has registered your child in the IXL online math program.  A note was sent home with your child's username and password so he/she has access to the program at home. If you cannot find the password or username, I will be happy to send home another copy.

 

Sincerely,
Mrs. Karen Pariseau