Book Orders

September11

Class Code – GZBJ8

Order Due Date – 09/25/17

Dear Families,

I want your child to be a successful reader and for that, I need your help. When children choose their own books to read for pleasure, they enjoy reading more and spend more time doing it. The more your child reads, the better they will do in school and in life. Scholastic Book Clubs flyers are made for you and your child to shop for books your child will love to read. Each month, the flyers are filled with trusted, excellent quality, age-appropriate books chosen by Scholastic for prices as low as one dollar. Plus you will be helping our class when you order: Scholastic matches each order you place with FREE BOOKS for our classroom to share. Thank you for helping your child become a successful reader.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Casey

Please place your online order to me by 9/25/17.

Two ways to order:

1. Go online to: scholastic.com/newparent Look up my name: Shawna Casey

Or enter our Class Code: GZBJ8 Follow the instructions to place your order online by: 9/25/17.

2. Check off the books you want to order for your child and return this flyer to me with a check to Scholastic Book Clubs by 9/25/17

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Week of September 11-15

September8

Here are our learning goals for the week.

Math: 

3.2A(R) ~ compose and decompose numbers to the hundred thousands using objects, pictorial, and numbers. Expanded notation

3.2B(S) ~ relationships in base 10 place value system

3.4A(R) ~ Solve one and two step addition and subtraction problems within 1,000

3.2D(R) ~ Compare and order whole numbers up to 100,000 and represent comparisons using the symbols >, <, =

Homework: Study your basic addition facts, record in log (sent home Monday). I will check these logs on Friday. Your child will earn extra recess Friday if this is complete and he/she has had good behavior all week.

Science:

3.9C ~ describe environmental changes such as floods and droughts where some organisms thrive and others perish or move to new locations

Other News:

  • We are collecting school supplies for Beaumont ISD, a note went home 9/8. There will be grade level drop off buckets by the office.
  • Vocabulary test Friday 9/15
  • Math Universal Screener 9/12
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Week of August 28, 2017

August28

Here are our learning goals for the week.

Math: 

3.2A(R) ~ compose and decompose numbers to the hundred thousands using objects, pictorial, and numbers. Expanded notation

3.2B(S) ~ relationships in base 10 place value system

3.4A(R) ~ Solve one and two step addition and subtraction problems within 1,000

Homework: Study your basic addition facts, record in log (sent home Monday). I will check these logs on Friday. Your child will earn extra recess Friday if this is complete and he/she has had good behavior all week.

Science:

3.9A ~ observe and describe the physical characteristics of environments and how they support populations and communities within an ecosystem

 

Important Reminders

Tuesday, August 29th ~ Parent Orientation from 6-7

Monday, September 4th ~ School Holiday

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Week of August 21, 2017

August21

Here are our learning goals for the week.

Math: 

3.2A(R) ~ compose and decompose numbers to the hundred thousands using objects, pictorial, and numbers. Expanded notation

3.2B(S) ~ relationships in base 10 place value system

Homework: Study your basic addition facts

Science:

3.4A ~ collect, record, and analyze information using various science tools

3.4B ~ use safety equipment as appropriate, including safety goggles and gloves

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Meet the Teacher and School Supplies

July25

Meet the Teacher is tentatively scheduled for August 15th from 4:30-5:30. This is for all 3rd-5th grade students.

If your child is in my homeroom please bring all school supplies with you on this night. I do not use “community” school supplies. Each student has a container where they will store their extra supplies which they have access to in the mornings before the bell rings. Supplies needed for immediate use are kept in their desk in a pencil bag and will travel with them to Mrs. Vineyard’s room.

You can label as many or as few of your child’s school supplies that you want. I will say from experience that this comes in handy but is not necessary. On the first day, we will label folders, spirals, and textbooks. Again, if you want to go ahead and knock out the spirals and folders be my guest =). All school supplies that you purchase are for your child to use.

If you are able to send any extras they are GREATLY appreciated. Additional supplies are sometimes used by me but mostly donated to students that can’t afford everything on the list.

Thanks parents for all that you do! Your support is the #1 most important thing you can do to help your child succeed. I definitely can not do my job without you.

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