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Week of September 26, 2016

Spelling list 3:  Homework for those that did not score 100% on the pretest, 3x each (1x in cursive, 2x in print).  Test Friday

Grammar:  Complete subjects & complete predicates is the topic.  There is a homework worksheet that was sent home.  The test is tentatively set for Thursday.  Please review what a noun and verb are.  Also, know the difference between simple, complete and compound.

Reading:  On the Banks of Plum Creek test Friday.  Know the vocabulary and the literary elements.

Please send in $5 for the parties so we can prepare for the Halloween and Valentine parties.

We will be going outside for recess, so dress accordingly to the weather.

Please check your child's assignment book nightly.

Have a great week!
Mrs. Herring

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