Please remind your child to check his/her B.E.A.R folder each night. Nightly homework will consist of math and reading.
Each night your child will be responsible for completing a set of Eureka practice problems. These practice problems are directly connected to the concepts that were discussed in class that day. These practice problems need to be completed and returned to school the following day.
Word recognition plays an important role in learning to read. Sight words are essential for students to practice in order to help students develop the ability to recognize words at flash speed. We will practice these words in school, but we also ask that these words are practiced at home each night. On Mondays, your child will be bringing home 5 new snap words. Some of these words may be familiar and others may not. We ask that each week, students write their new words on an index card and add them to their snap words ring. These words need to be practiced each night. We also encourage nightly reading of at least 15 minutes.
Check out the link below for creative and fun ways to practice sight words at home!