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Mrs. Lori Coverick - 2nd  (Send e-mail)

11-21-14:

The musical was a success and I am so proud of each and every student for their efforts and hard work. They learned a lot and in the process became very close to their classmates. I love seeing how the students have bonded with one another throughout this whole experience.

Thank you parents and grandparents for coming to our musical and also to Grandparents Day. I really appreciate you all am grateful that my students have such awesome support from their families. Thank you to the many parent volunteers that helped this week with Book Fair, check in, treat day, and the many other things that were going on this past week. We are blessed to have your support and help.

I am looking forward to seeing each of you at our scheduled conference time.

This Thanksgiving I hope you will enjoy some relaxing time with your families and spend some good quality time with them while you have that opportunity.

As we reflect upon the things that we are thankful for, I would like to express my thankfulness for your children. Each one of them is special and dear to me and it is obvious that they are being raised by wonderful loving parents.

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the long break.
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Mrs. Coverick’s Class News for the Week of December 1 – 5:

Reading:
-“The Day Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash”
-Readers’ Theater

Language:
-nouns and pronouns


Spelling: how, mouth, out, house, without, found, around, sound, now, brow, beauties, skies, started, mean, cow

Math:
- numbers to 1,000 (number sense)
-We will resume Mastering Math Facts this week.
-Review: Geometry: types of lines
-Introduce types of angles
Science:
-Fossils- What can we learn from them?

Social Studies:
-skills,
-Statue of Liberty

Handwriting: Cursive: i, t, and u Please encourage practice at home on the letters we go over in school.



STUDY ISLAND:
Please be sure to have your child practicing on Study Island as much as possible from home. It is a program that has been PROVEN to help students learn at an accelerated pace when used properly and often.


Math Fact Practice:
Please have your child go on xtramath.org daily to practice their math facts. You can write the time down on their logs that they are practicing on this website. If they finish a session, they can always log off and log back on in the same day. They will need either your email address that you used to sign them up or my email address which is lcoverick@summithill.org
They will type their first name.
Then they will need their pin number.
Every time a student passes an operation they will receive a certificate and a rubber ducky as their reward!
Thank you for your support.

This week in class

Monday
P.E. (Wear Gym Shoes.)
Bookmobile (See schedule that was sent home.)

Tuesday
Art or Technology
Music

Wednesday
P.E. (Wear Gym Shoes.)

Thursday
Music
Spelling Sentences due (most weeks)

Friday
P.E. (Wear Gym Shoes.)
Library
Reading/ Math Logs due


Downloads List

Classroom Management [8/15/2014]
Logs/ All About Me/ Birthdays [8/15/2014]
Snacks and Water bottles [8/16/2014]

Cool Links

Activities for our Reading series
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All subjects-fun for kids/ Fun brain
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Animal Facts
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Go Math/ Think Central Parent Webinars
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Into The Book
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Learning games for kids
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Math Facts- Math Magician
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Math Practice
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Math/ Fact Monster
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Math/ Math is Fun!
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Math/ Math libs
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prefix / suffix practice
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Reading
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Reading with phonics
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Review for Math NWEA RIT Scores
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Review for Reading NWEA RIT Scores
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Science/ Our Science Book on line
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Sight words in a story-Practice reading
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Spelling City
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Study Island
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Study Zone-Grammar and Reading Comprehension
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xtramath
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