Bleser, Lauren

Miss Bleser's Website

  210-822-3611 ext.1023|  lbleser@ahisd.net


8:20 - 8:30
Announcements
8:30 - 9:45 Math
9:50 - 10:10
Snack / Recess  
10:15 - 10:35
Math
10:35 - 11:20
Language Arts 
11:25 - 12:25
Specials:
Monday: PE and music
Tuesday: PE
Wednesday: PE and music
Thursday: Art
Friday: Rotation
12:30 - 1:00 Lunch
1:05 - 1:50
Language Arts 
1:55 - 2:40  Tier Time
2:45-3:30
Science or Social Studies
                                    

 

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Homework Packet – Miss Bleser

Week of February 19th

Please turn in homework packet on Friday.

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Happy President’s Day!

 

 

Reading: My Nose is Running

 

National Family Day

 

Reading: Raccoon Rex

 

No School!

 

Math Minute 22

 

No Homework

 

Math Minute 23

 

Remember: If you’re still counting minutes to earn prizes for Final Four, bring your reading log tomorrow.

Remember: Bring library books tomorrow.

Remember: Look through red folder & go over mistakes with your child if we haven’t already corrected it in class.

 

 

 

Optional (circle one):

Istation

Xtramath

IXL

Spelling City

 

Optional (circle one):

Istation

Xtramath

IXL

Spelling City

 

Optional (circle one):

Istation

Xtramath

IXL

Spelling City

Parent initials below each day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class focus

Dates to Remember

Class news

 

Math: writing division stories, problem solving

 

Language: poetry

 

Science: weathering, water cycle

 

Social Studies: Black History Month

 

 

February 21st

Field trip to planetarium

 

February 22nd

Math CBA (district benchmark test)

 

February 23rd

Balloonfest

 

March 28th / April 1st

Spring pictures

 

Dear parents,

 

You’ll notice students coming home with corrections sheets occasionally. In order to increase their grade, they need to be able to find their mistake and explain it what they did wrong, along with proving their new answer. In doing this, they’re more likely to avoid that mistake in the future. This would be a great strategy for when you’re correcting homework also. You might tell them, “ This is not a complete sentence,” and see if they can tell you if it’s missing the subject or the verb. If they can recognize it, they’re learning from their mistakes. Thanks for all you do!

 

 

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