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April 24-28

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Language Arts:

Superkids –  That was Yesterday

Writing – Students will write a narrative story.

Phonics  Review week of  past phonics sounds and skills

Spelling –   Review Words:  walk, give, done, once, snow, frown, proud, word, dollar, early  (test given Thursday)

Math:  Addition to 18

16-2 to 16-5

Bible:       Speaking with Boldness

2 Tim. 1:7-8a  “for God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control. Therefore do not be ashamed of the testimony about our Lord…”

Principle: Christians must not be afraid or ashamed to speak for Christ.

 

Science and Social Studies

Plants

What do plants need to live?

March 27-31

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Superkids – Unit 7 Slumber Party, Making Stars and The Runaway Dragon

Writing –  Students will write a brief report on a book

Phonics –   associate and decode trickers ar, or, ear = er

Spelling –  Tricksters: collar, dollar, forward, backward, word, worm, world, earn, earth, early

Math:   More Graphing and Probability

18-5 to 18-9

Bible: God Answers Prayers

Jeremiah 33:3 “Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.”

Principle: God promises to answer when we call to Him.

 

Science and Social Studies

All the Money in the World.                                               Dental Health

Economics                                                                             – Taking care of teeth

Wants/needs/scarcity

 

March 20-24

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Superkids:  The Lost Mitt

Writing –  Students will write narrative stories.

Phonics  Diphthongs oi and oy

Spelling – Review Words: right, does, buy, laugh,. again, far, born, third, point, joy

 

Math:   Finish Chapter 13 Counting Money   Begin Chapter 18 Data and Graphs
Bible:   I talk to God in Prayer

Psalms 66:18  “If I had cherished iniquity in my heart, the Lord would not have listened.”

Principle:  If Christians keep sin in their hearts, the Lord will not pay attention to their prayers.”

Science and Social Studies

Severe Weather

Life Cycles

Teeth

March 13-17

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Superkids – For the Birds

Writing –  Students will begin to write a narrative story about catching a leprechaun

Phonics  Diphthong /oi/ and /oy/

Spelling   Memory Words: kind, buy, find, right, wash, light

Pattern Words: oil, boil, soil, coin, join, point, joint, joy, toy

Math:    Chapter 13 Finishing  MONEY

13-5 and 13-6

Practice counting groups of coins at home.

Bible:  God Guides Me With His Word

Memory Verse: Psalm 119:18 “Open my eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of your law.”

 

Science and Social Studies

Severe Weather and Life Cycles

February 13-17

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SuperKids: Books on Famous Americans

Writing –  Students will write  letters to a famous American.

Phonics – Review of Skills learned

Spelling– Review Words:  where, why, only, which, said, who, their, because, want, what

 

Math:    Chapter Topic 19

Fractions

 

Bible:  God is my Help

Hebrews 13:5b -6a “God has said, Never will I leave you. Never will I forsake you. So we say with confidence, The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid.”

Principle:  God’s children can know that God will always help them because He is always with them.

Science and Social Studies

Famous Americans

January 17-20

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Language Arts:
Superkids: In Case of Rain

Writing: Narrative Writing/review of nouns, verbs, adjectives

Phonics: Vowel Y says I, E,

Spelling: : down, too, work, many, first, jelly, funny, say, play, try (Your child will be tested over these 10 words this week).

Math: Topic 14 Measurement – Capacity

Bible: David is chosen a King
Memory Verse: 1 Samuel16:7c “ The LORD does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.”
Principle: God sees what a person is really like on the inside.

Science/Social Studies
Martin Luther King
Arctic and A

November 28-December 2

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Language Arts:  Golly Helps!

Writing – Students will retell a personal Christmas Story.

Phonics: Structural Analysis (the dropping rule) and spelling CVCe words with ed and ing

Spelling – Memory: boy, two , about, girl, over, before

Pattern: traded, trading, smiled, smiling, hoped, hoping, used, using

Math:  Chapter 10 Number Patterns

Lessons 6-9

 

Bible:   An Angel Visits Mary (the Christmas Story)

Why do we celebrate Christmas?

Luke 2:11 “Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.”

Science/Social Studies

5 Senses at Christmas

How do we use our 5 senses at Christmas?