Turn in at the beginning of the following month.
All months are part of this doc, so only print the one you need!
As part of the speaking and listening standards, each month students will memorize and present a self-selected poem to the class. You child may choose to do a poem we have practiced in class, a poem from one of the links below, or a poem that was found someplace else.
The poem must be published in a book or on the internet.
Your child needs to bring the book or a copy of the poem before his/her day to share.
Students may earn extra points/lines if the spoken tone matches the tone of the poem, hand motions are used when appropriate, and the poem is done in a volume that the class can easily hear.
Students will lose points/line if the poem was not practiced to mastery level and on-going assistance is needed from the teacher.
If a longer poem is recited, the extra lines will be "banked", or saved, to be used later in the year.
September: week of Sept. 19 6 lines
October: week of Oct. 17 8 lines
December: 10 lines
January: 12 lines
February: 14 lines
March: 16 lines
April: 18 lines
May/June: 20 lines
Some poetry resources:
Favorites from Mrs. B's students
Make sure you "Print Current Page",
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Level 1 - Letter Formation
Level 2 - Letter Formation, cont.
Level 3 - Paragraphs
Cursive Mastery - Practice
Cursive Mastery - Assessment
(later in the year)
A reading log will be shared daily Tuesday through Friday.
Reading Logs are turned in on Friday.
1. Your child reads about 20 minutes every evening.
2. Your child will picks from the Reading Log Reading Response
3. Your child thinks and jots down how their evening's reading
connects to the Response Response prompt.
4. During the month write down completed books.
5. At the end of the month, your child should choose one book
that was finished during the month and write a book review.
Reading Log Forms:
Monthly Book List & Book Review
No Reading Log during novel studies.
Reading Log Response Activities
Daily Reading Log
EXAMPLE Reading Log
EXAMPLE Book List & Book Review
At the end of each month we write about our activities during that month! Time is given in class so it usually does not go home as homework.
For each spelling list, students work on two different types of words:
- Spelling Pattern/Rule Words
- Greek & Latin root words
Students practice and study 12 words each week.
Words to Study:
1st column Assigned: 4 Spelling Pattern/Rule words
2nd column Choice- grade level or challenge:
4 Spelling Pattern//Rule words
3rd column Choice- grade level or challenge:
4 Greek or Latin root words
- For each list, students complete 4 points of activities from the
spelling activity sheet.
- Students are required to write sentences twice during the
- All other spelling activities may only be done once a month.
- Spelling work is turned in on Thursday, unless otherwise stated.
Cereal Box book report