Spelling Words – Homophones are words that sound exactly like another word but have a different spelling and meaning.
MONDAY - SPELLING Write the first 14 words 3 times in cursive/ look up your spelling definition and send it to the spelling post by Wednesday (Ben will look up the first and fifteenth word; Jamie will look up the second and sixteenth; Becca will look up the third and seventeenth ) MATH- front page only page 88 Wordly Wise ex.1
TUESDAY- SPELLING Write the next 14 words in cursive MATH-front only page 89 Wordly Wise ex.2 and ex. 3
WEDNESDAY- Create a poster using 2 homophones. Write a complete sentence using the 2 words in a sentence. For example; Mrs. Rogo stared for a very long time at the steep stairs that went up to the clouds! Mrs. Rogo made a beautiful flower from the white flour! Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence. Use markers, crayons, stickers, cotton balls, ribbon, feathers,…. The point is to be creative and to teach your classmates the difference in the meaning of the 2 homophones in your sentence. The sentence can be a statement, question, exclamation , or command. Math Sheet Wordly Wise Ex. 4
THURSDAY- Math page 149 Wordly Wise ex. 4 and answer your question test will be Friday on definitions