mcraddock@nlmusd.org  Boo Dodgers!
 
Homework schedule:Typical 5 day week:
Monday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling, math and vocabulary (definitions)
Tuesday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling, math and vocabulary (Matrix) 
Wednesday- reading 20+ minutes, spelling and math, study vocabulary  
Thursday-reading 20+ minutes, spelling (pretest at home), math and vocabulary (Yes, No, Why?)  
Friday- turn in all homework 
Math needs to be brought back to school every day to be corrected. 
 
Note:  Spelling homework is assigned to do at home.  Math homework is whatever assignment is not finished in class.  Vocabulary homework is assigned to do at home, however, time is often given in class to start the assignment. 
 
This week's 3rd grade spelling list:  

1.  fruit                   2.  dolphin            3.  graph            4.  alphabet           5.  telephone

6.  fuzzy                 7.  future               8.  effort            9.  nephew            10. famous

11. phantom           12. sheriff            13. trophy            14. flown            15. laughter

16. phobia              17. hyphen           18. phony            19. phoenix          20. phonetics

 

Bonus words: 

21. pamphlet            22. typhoon                        23. graphite                       

24. sapphire             25. sphere

 

This week's 4th grade spelling list: 

1.  fruit                   2.  dolphin            3.  graph            4.  alphabet            5.  telephone

6.  fuzzy                 7.  future               8.  effort            9.  nephew            10. famous

11. phantom         12. sheriff             13. trophy            14. flown              15. laughter

16. phobia            17. hyphen            18. phony            19. phoenix           20. phonetics

 

Bonus words: 

21. pamphlet            22. typhoon                        23. graphite                       

24. sapphire             25. sphere
 

 
Super Bonus Words:   fray   fowl   physicist   fraught   cellophane   influenza   filament   fathom   metaphor  flail  xylophone  pharmacy     

Vocabulary for the whole class:

fret- To worry.

 

detail- In language arts, a detail is information about the story or its characters.

 

sequence-  The order of events in a story.

 

gnaw-  To chew.

 

arid- Having little or no rain, like a desert.

 

nimble- To move with ease; quick and agile.

 

settle- To move to and set up a new place to live.

 

natural resource- A useful material that comes from the Earth.