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Friday, January 19, 2018

Homework for Monday, January 22nd

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your minutes on your iRead Form NEATLY and CLEARLY. Writing the title of the book or article correctly is part of the homework requirement.

I wish I could be at Skate Night this evening, but I hope everyone has a blast! Thank you for supporting our wonderful PTO!

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Homework for Friday, January 19th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your minutes on your iRead sheet (Bring in your iRead sheet tomorrow if I did not check your sheet today)
2) Complete your Word Poster and study for your spelling quiz

* We read for 15 minutes in class today which can count toward your iRead form.
* Tomorrow's iRead celebration is pajama day! If you've been reading and logging this week, you can participate!
* Remember, tomorrow is Skate Night!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Homework for Thursday, January 18th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and record your minutes on your iRead log
2) Complete your spelling assignment from this morning. 
Using the words from your spelling list, write one sentence for each of your spelling words, using the word correctly and punctuating the sentence properly.  You may complete this assignment on paper or on computer. You many use more than one of your words in the same sentence ONLY IF you are using both words correctly. If you want a real challenge - try writing your sentences as part of one coherent paragraph! 
This Friday is SKATE NIGHT!
Where: Centennial
When: 6:15-8:00 pm
How much: $5/person or $20/family--this includes admission and skate rental
What: Skating, zany costume contest, DJ, teacher raffles (for sale)
Food: hot dogs, pizza, baked goods and other treats for sale
What's new? Buy a cute Indian Trail pompom hat for $15!
What else? We're taking credit cards, but cash is still welcome
The Schedule:6:15: Skate Night begins
7:00: Zany Costume Contest on the ice
7:30: Teacher/Student skate for raffle winners
8:00: Skate Night ends (fyi: big hockey players typically take over at that point, so they like us to skedaddle)

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Homework for Wednesday, January 17th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your minutes on your iRead log
2) Practice your spelling words for the week. We will have our quiz on Friday and it is a short week, so make sure to do some extra practice tonight!

Friday, January 12, 2018

Homework for Tuesday, January 16th

1) Read, read, read! I was very happy to see almost all of the iRead forms today and saw some very impressive minute totals already! Keep it up!

* Today we read for 25 minutes in class that can be counted toward iRead, but does not count toward nightly reading.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Homework for Friday, January 12th (EARLY RELEASE at 1pm)

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your minutes on your iRead log (We read for 25 minutes in class today.)
2) Bring in your iRead log tomorrow
3) Complete your Word Poster and study for your spelling quiz tomorrow

Tomorrow is an Early Release day (1pm dismissal). It is the afternoon schedule.

Tonight is another Indian Trail PTO fundraiser at Blaze Pizza. Eat Pizza and support Indian Trail!

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Homework for Thursday, January 11th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your reading on your iRead log (We had 30 minutes of reading time in class today that can count toward iRead)
2) Complete your Spelling City Assignment, crafting sentences using your spelling words. Sentences should be properly punctuated and show that you understand what your word means. (For example, "I turned on the lamp because it was dark." is an acceptable sentence. "i love lamp" is not an acceptable sentence.) You may use the plural(-s), past tense (-ed), present/future tense (-ing) versions of your words. However, DO NOT SPEND MORE THAN 30 MINUTES ON THIS.

Thursday night is another chance to support Indian Trail PTO by eating pizza! Show the attached flyer between 5-7 and Blaze Pizza will donate to our PTO!


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Homework for Wednesday, January 10th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your reading on your iRead form (Students were able to read for 30 minutes in class today)
2) Practice your spelling words for Friday's quiz (and finish your SpellingCity assignments if you did not finish in class)
3) Work on your Immigration Paragraph for Mrs. Belkind if you did not finish in class last week

Monday, January 8, 2018

Homework for Tuesday, January 9th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your reading on your iRead form*
2) Practice Math on ALEKS for 10-15 minutes (If you have a knowledge check, you may work on that as your homework)

* This year, students are allowed to count up to 30 minutes of in-school reading on their log. This time does NOT count toward the 20 minutes of nightly reading. Today, we dedicated 25 minutes to silent, independent reading.)

* The HP Poetry Challenge is here! All students are encouraged, but not required, to enter. I passed out the information packets below in class today.

Friday, January 5, 2018

Homework for Monday, January 8th

1) iRead begins tomorrow! Read over the weekend and log your minutes on your iRead form! We can't let Sherwood win again!