Allison Mendola

Homework: Group 1 

Monday: March 9th 

Math: 
multiplication in notebooks/ money worksheet 

Reading:
 
Read "Some Skunk" and "June the Mule"/Study Vocab 

Spelling: 
1-10 of your list, 3x each 


Tuesday: March 10th 

Math:
multiplication in notebooks

Reading: 
Read "Some Skunk" and "June the Mule"/Study Vocab 

Spelling: 
1-10 of your list, 3x each 

Wednesday: March 11th 

Math:
multiplication in workbooks/Worksheet

Reading:
 Read "Some Skunk" and "June the Mule"/Study Vocab 


Spelling:
1-10 3x each 

Thursday: March 12th 

Math:
TEST Tomorrow 

Reading:
TEST Tomorrow 

Spelling:
TEST Tomorrow 



Friday: March 13th


Have a nice weekend! :) 




Homework: Groups 2 & 3 
 
Monday: March 9th 

Math:
multiplication in notebooks/ money worksheet 

Reading:
Read "Mitch goes to Lunch"/Study Vocab 

Spelling:
1-15 of your list, 3x each 


Tuesday: March 10th 

Math: 
multiplication in notebooks

Reading: 
Read "Mitch goes to Lunch"/Study Vocab 

Spelling: 
1-15 of your list, 3x each 

Wednesday: March 11th 

Math:
multiplication in notebook/$ worksheet

Reading:
Read "Mitch Goes to Lunch"/Study Vocab 

Spelling:
1-15 3x each 

Thursday: March 12th 

Math: TEST Tomorrow 

Reading: Read "Mitch Goes to Lunch"/ Finish -tch -ch worksheet 

Spelling: 1-15 3x each 



Friday: March 13th


Have a nice weekend! :) 











Spelling Words (March 9th-March 13th) 

Group 1                                       Group 2                                 Group 3 

1.  frost                                       1.  home                                 1.  mask 
2.  brown                                     2.  nose                                  2.  track 
3.  free                                        3.  joke                                   3.  stamp 
4.  crib                                        4.  own                                    4.  stage 
5.  crab                                       5.  also                                    5.  grade 
6.  brick                                      6.  boat                                    6.  they
7.  black                                      7. goal                                     7.  batch 
8.  flag                                        8. foam                                    8.  chance
9.  frozen                                    9. snow                                    9.  graph 
10. break                                   10. bowl                                   10. trade 
                                                 11. free                                    11. raise 
                                                 12. baby                                   12. eight 
                                                 13. treat                                   13. safety
                                                 14. goes                                   14. wrapped 
                                                 15. float                                   15. laugh 


                                        Mitch Goes to Lunch 

     It was midday and just before lunchtime.  Mitch Roan looked at his watch.  "Time for lunch!" he thought.  He reached for his coat.  He walked out of his office and down the hall.  Then he ran to catch the elevator.  Soon the doors closed and he was gone. 

     Lee Patch yelled, "The coast is clear!" Everyone ran out into the hallway.  "Is everything ok?" asked Deb Branch. "I have it all under control," boasted Lee Patch. 

     Soon Mitch was on his way back to his office.  He walked down the hallway. Everything was quiet.  "Where is everyone?" thought Mitch.  He looked into each office.  No one was there.  The door to his office was closed.  "That is strange," he thought.  "It was open when I left for lunch." Mitch reached for the door.  The light switch was off.  Then he heard, "Happy Birthday!"  It was a party for Mitch!  
What an unexpected treat! 



Vocabulary Words for "Mitch Goes to Lunch" 

Unlatched: a latch is a lock or fastening on a door.  If a door is 'unlatched', it is not locked. 

Clutched: To hold or grasp something tightly. 

Clue: A hint that helps solve a problem or mystery 

Solve: To find the answer to a problem 

Boasted: To brag about what you can do or what you have. 

Office: A place where people work. 

Character Trait: Part of a characters' personality.  What a character is like. 

Prefix: letters that come before a word that changes the meaning of the word. 

Setting: Where and when a story takes place. 

Author's Purpose: Entertain, Inform or Persuade.