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.  cause            2.  lawn                        3.  taught            4.  moth            5.  bought

6.  straw            7.  caught                     8.  frost               9.  fought         10. soft

11. awful          12. daughter                13. saucer            14. author        15. sprawl

16. naughty      17. sloth                        18. aunt               19. ought         20. flaunt    

 

 
Bonus words:   21. yacht            22. cot            23.  sauna            24. iguana            25. distraught    
 
This week's 4th grade spelling list: 

1.  cause            2.  lawn                        3.  taught            4.  moth            5.  bought

6.  straw            7.  caught                    8.  frost                9.  fought         10. soft

11. awful            12. daughter              13. saucer           14. author         15. sprawl

16. naughty        17. sloth                     18. aunt               19. ought          20. flaunt    

 

Bonus words:   21. yacht            22. cot            23.  sauna            24. iguana            25. distraught     
 
 
Vocabulary for the whole class:

 main character-  The most important character in a story.

 

aquamarine- A blue-green color.

 

description- A visual, verbal, or written account of some “thing” or some event.

 

analyze- To examine carefully.

 

government- A country’s laws and leaders.

sequel- A movie, or a book, based on a previous movie, or book-usually with most of the same characters.

 

event- An important “thing” that happens in a story.