**Cereal Box Biography Book Report **

You selected a biography on a famous person you would like to learn more about. A biography is a true story about a person’s life. You should start reading the book at home immediately. Remember to keep notes on a note card or scrap paper and tuck it inside your book to help you remember important information.

**Directions:**

* Front of the Box*: Use a piece of white or light colored paper to cover the front of your cereal box. Include the name of the person and a picture.

* Right Side of Box*: List 5 interesting facts about the person.

* Left Side of Box*: Create a time-line containing at least 6 important events in the person’s life.

* Back of Box*: Write a summary of your person and what you have learned about them.

* Top of Box*: Include the title, author, number of pages, and number of stars you would give this book if you were a book critic.

**YOUR PROJECT IS ****DUE ON MONDAY, APRIL 3.**

Be prepared to share your Biography with the class.

]]>You selected a biography on a famous person you would like to learn more about. A biography is a true story about a person’s life. You should start reading the book at home immediately. Remember to keep notes on a note card or scrap paper and tuck it inside your book to help you remember important information.

**Directions:**

* Front of the Box*: Use a piece of white or light colored paper to cover the front of your cereal box. Include the name of the person and a picture.

* Right Side of Box*: List 5 interesting facts about the person.

* Left Side of Box*: Create a time-line containing at least 6 important events in the person’s life.

* Back of Box*: Write a summary of your person and what you have learned about them.

* Top of Box*: Include the title, author, number of pages, and number of stars you would give this book if you were a book critic.

**YOUR PROJECT IS ****DUE ON MONDAY, APRIL 3.**

Be prepared to share your Biography with the class.

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Things To Do This Week:

Monday – Practice Book pages 115 and 116

Study Sheet

Tuesday – Math worksheet page 73

Study Sheet

Wednesday – Practice Book pages 135 and 136

Study Sheet

Thursday – Wear P.E. uniform

Read Jalapeno Bagels.

Study Sheet

Friday – 8:30 Mass

Bring library books.

Math and Spelling tests

]]>Students celebrated Dr. Seussâ€™ birthday and Read Across America by reading lots of books written by Dr. Seuss and Theo LeSieg.

The class enjoyed learning about the different saints presented by their classmates.

Language Arts

Students distinguished between the sounds of d and z. The class reviewed rhyming words. Student came up with and wrote rhyming words.

Math

The class continues to work on time. Students are also working on number sense (100 charts) and addition.

Religion

The kindergarten continues to learn about Lent.

Students participated in Ash Wednesday Mass with their 8th grade prayer partners.

Notices & Reminders:

The Student Council is collecting aluminum soda can tops.

Please put your studentâ€™s name on all fleeces, sweaters, and sweatshirts.

The Talent Show scheduled for Friday, March 10 has been postponed.

March 22-24 – Book Fair

Please return library books on Friday.

Please return green, red, and yellow folders on Monday.

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Things To Do This Week:

Monday – English pages 8 and 9

Study Sheet – practice your math facts and spelling words all week.

Tuesday – Math worksheet 42 and 107

Study Sheet

Wednesday – Math page 32 (Write your answers on the back.)

Study Sheet

Thursday – Wear P.E. uniform

Read Brothers and Sisters.

Study Sheet – did you practice spelling words and math facts all week?

Friday – 8:30 Mass

Bring library books.

Math and Spelling tests

]]>Things To Do This Week:

Monday – Practice Book pages 71 and 72

Study Sheet

Tuesday – Tag Day $2.00

Math pages 371 and 372

Spelling – use each word in a sentence

Wednesday – 1:30 Mass Â Ash Wednesday

Math pages 395 and 396

Study Sheet

Thursday – Wear P.E. uniform

Read The Ellen Ochoa Story.

Handwriting worksheet

Friday – 12:30 Dismissal

Math and Spelling tests

]]>Monday – No School

President’s Day!

Tuesday – Math worksheet pages 67 and 68

Read for 10 minutes.

Wednesday – Math worksheet pages 85 and 86

Read for 10 minutes.

Thursday – Wear P.E. uniform.

Math worksheet page 6 ( Use notebook paper for your answers.)

Read for 10 minutes.

Friday – 8:30 Mass

Spend time with God.

]]>**Cursive** letters to practice: a, d, and g

**Things To Do This Week: **

**Monday** – Handwriting – in cursive write the letters f, k, h, r, s, b, w, u, e, and l. (six times each)

Study Sheet

**Tuesday** – Practice Book pages 19 and 20

Study Sheet

**Wednesday** – Math pages 341 and 342

Study Sheet

**Thursda**y – Wear P.E. uniform

Read Little Grunt and the Big Egg.

Study Sheet

**Friday** – 8:30 Mass

Bring library books.

Math and Spelling tests

]]>This weeks Spelling Words – oar, or, root, route, flea, flee, fairy, ferry, plain, plane, fare, fair, dear, deer, week, weak, tale, tail

Cursive letters to practice – k, r, s, and f

Things To Do This Week:

Monday – Hero/Villain Day

Math pages 349 and 350

Study Sheet

Tuesday – Career Day

Practice Book pages 17 and 18

Study Sheet

Wednesday – Wacky Wednesday

Math worksheet

Study Sheet

Thursday – Spirit Day

Read Officer Buckle and Gloria.

Study Sheet

Friday – School uniform 8:30 Mass

12:30 Dismissal

Math and Spelling tests

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