Monthly Classroom Newsletter- October
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Monthly Classroom Newsletter- October
For the parents: This newsletter will have announcements, information about special activities, and homework assignments and projects.
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Homework/Projects

Information about projects and homework

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Projects: Solar System- Students will research one planet and prepare a presentation for the class about their planet. They will also write a 2 page paper about their imaginary expedition to their planet and share information about the planet as they discuss their adventure. For the class presentation, students will make a model, a movie or powerpoint, or some other type of visual about their planet to accompany their presentation. Due: October 22

 

Homework: Math: TCAP practice; Science: Solar System and Water cycle; English: Grammar Basics and paragraph writing; Social Studies: Revolutionary War, Colonial Times, First 5 presidents

 

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October Announcements

Announcements for the month- including breaks, parties, and birthdays!

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Fall break is the week of October 4-12. Please have a safe break!

 

Birthdays for this month:

Susanna- October 3- Turning 10

Henry- October 16- Turning 10

Ms. Baggett- October 20

 

On October 31, students are allowed to wear their Halloween costumes as long as it is within dresscode. We will be having a Halloween party at 1:30 that afternoon. Parents are more than welcome to come! 

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Differentiating Homework Using Edmodo | Edmodo – Where ...

Differentiating Homework Using Edmodo | Edmodo – Where ... | Monthly Classroom Newsletter- October | Scoop.it
Literacy homework usually consists of students responding to reading in an open-ended format, answering text-dependent questions, and typing reflective entries. Homework is strategically assigned and aligned to meet ...
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RT @Awkward_Pics: TEACHER: Where's your homework? ME: http://t.co/eSFflZHg
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If your student does their homework, this face can be avoided!

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