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LMC Books: Due by 9 am on Tuesdays
Math Homework: Due the following day.

Important Dates:
  • March 4 (Monday) February Reading Calendars Due
  • March 8 (Friday) Spirit Day/Walk to school day

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The students will be learning and practicing using manners.  Saying, please, thank you, excuse me.  Letting an adult pass through our line when walking in the hallway. Using kind words with fellow students at May Watts. 

English Language Arts

ELA/Social Studies: 
Writing Workshop: 
                 Biography Writing
  • A biography is a text that is written to inform the reader about a real person's life. The person can be alive or deceased. 
  • We are writing a biography about a classmate (Buddy Biography)
  • We will also do research and do a biography project about an Inspiring Individual who made an impact on our world 

Language Skills/Phonics
  • Inflectional endings: ed,ing, & s
  • R-controlled vowels: ar, er, ir, or, ur


Module 4:  Place Value, Comparison, Addition and Subtraction to 40


EMBARC was originally created to support local teachers using Eureka Math, but we now serve 30,000 users each day across the nation.

Our vision is:

  • To build a collaborative community of Eureka Math users
  • To provide a common website to support all users of the Eureka Math curriculum
  • Click on link below for videos and concept explanations in order to help your student with homework

Additional Math help for students and parents


Unit 3

Earth Science

Earth’s Place in the Universe

Space Systems: Patterns and Cycles

Students will recognize patterns such as the movement of the sun and moon and the way that stars are visible only at night. They will notice how daylight differs as the seasons change.

Essential Questions:

  1. How does the amount of daylight in a day affect people?

  2. How do patterns lead to understanding?

  3. What patterns do we see in the sun, moon, and stars?

  4. How do patterns in the movement of the sun, moon, and stars help us to understand the world around us?


visible, daylight, sunrise, sunset, pattern, rotate, revolve, predict, seasons, chart, graph

The students use their laptop daily in school. We use Raz Kids for reading, Lexia for phonics  and Zearn for math concept review.