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Be Wise
Mark Your Calendars!

10/13: Student Holiday/NO SCHOOL
10/17: Report Cards
10/30: Zoo Atlanta Field Trip!
10/27-10/31: Red Ribbon Week
11/4: Student/Teacher Holiday

Reading: The Little Red Hen
This week, we read The Big Mess and The
Little Red Hen. We also talked about the
difference between fiction and nonfiction books
and compared and contrasted these types of
books. Next week, our phonics story will be
Yes, I Want Some Too and the comprehension
story will be Cat Trap. We will also take our
short e spelling test.
Writing: Informational Writing
This week, we wrote an informational how-to
writing about how to blow a bubble as a class.
Then, the students brainstormed a list of what
they each knew how to do, created a graphic
organizer, and wrote an informational how-to
about this topic. We also continued to practice
pronouns, and singular and plural nouns.
Math: Numbers 1-120
This week, we completed our unit on numbers
and took our numbers assessment. Next week,
we will begin our unit on measurement with
non-standard measurement.
Science: The Water Cycle
We had a fun visit from 11Alive this week and
we concluded our water cycle by working in
groups to review and discuss what we have
learned. Next week, we will learn about
Benjamin Franklin in Social Studies.

Oct. 10, 2014
Yimei Liu
Parsons Elementary

Weekly Words
Review these words at home for the spelling test on Friday:
yes, for, good, some, too, want
*Also, if your student has mastered their 100s word book, have them
bring it back and recite them for a treasure box item!

Ms. Lius Weekly News
Friendly Reminders from the Teacher:
Due to the holiday, homework will be sent home Tuesday, the spirals for Monday are optional.
Choice cards will not be sent home this weekend. Next week is the beginning of the 2

Soaring Through the Week

There are great resources on eCLASS
for students. We have been logging onto
eCLASS to get to MegaMath and practice
our math skills. Students can also access
Leveled Readers, their Science and
Social Studies textbooks online through
There is a link for eCLASS on the
symbaloo on the Parsons homepage.