Homework Expectations: Students will expected to complete their homework each night. Homework assignments will be recorded in homework journals and may vary daily. Students can expect a math assignment and ELA activity reviewing the skills we learned that day. Each child has a homework folder that includes a calendar that will help communicate if homework was completed or not. As an incentive, students who complete their homework each night and have perfect attendance will be invited to join "lunch bunch" at the end of the month!
February 11 - 15 /ou/: ow, ow 1. out 2. count 3. round 4. now 5. brown 6. town 7. mouth 8. owl 9. house 10. cow
Daily Homework Assignments
Monday, February 11
Math: Module 5 Lesson 11 ELA: "A Robot That Cleans": If you had a robot that lived in your home, what chores would you like it to do?
Tuesday, February 12
Math: Module 5 Lesson 12 ELA: "Robots Go to School": Read pages 26-29 aloud. Explain the ways sending the robot to school helps the homebound student.
Wednesday, February 13
Math: Mid Module 5 Review & Practice Tests ELA: "Robots Go to School": Read pages 30-33 aloud. How do the photographs help you understand the text?
Thursday, February 14
Math: No Math Homework ELA: "Robots Go to School": Read pages 26-33 aloud. What are the limitations of school robots? Explain some ways that future robot inventors can improve upon the school robots to help students and teachers.
Friday, February 15
Math: Module 5 Lesson 13 ELA: "Robots" Read page 34. Create a list of as many words with an ow sound that you can think of.