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    Thursday.......Spelling Test



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    Language Arts with Mrs. Woods

    Phone: 618-594-3766
    Email: twoods@clinton.k12.il.us

    Week of March 11th 

    Skills Emphasis: research, essay format

    Study: Ask your child to write in a journal each evening, practicing sentence structures.

    Mentor Text: We are using multiple websites to fine-tune our research on the Civil War.

    Writing Focus: Students are writing their persuasive essays, centered around the Civil War.


     Spelling Words for this week: extend, forearm, indecent, nonfat, foreshadow, insight, nonskid, nonfiction, foresee, explode Students receive a new spelling list every Friday to allow them additional study time over the weekend if needed.   Please encourage your child to bring home his/her Word Work notebook each evening.

    Your student now has a username and password for Typing Club, a free online keyboarding program.  Just click on these words: Typing Club.  Your child's username and password are glued inside their planners.  Please encourage your child to use this website at home for additional practice.  Thank you.






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    Math with Mrs. Saatkamp

    Phone: 618-594-3766

    Email: psaatkam@clinton.k12.il.us

       Remember our homework will be over any other previous standards we have already covered this year.

       This week we are reviewing the four math operations and beginning fractions!!


    Math Vocabulary Quiz Friday! Remember we are applying the vocabulary concept!


     The quiz this week will again be a review quiz.

    Illustrated Dictionary- Dictionary for MATH terms



  • Reading with Mrs. Wreath

    Phone: (618)-594-3766

    Email: jalexand@clinton.k12.il.us

    In reading, students will master comprehension skills and vocabulary strategies practiced during the week. We will end the week with a weekly reading assessment, also known as a cold read.  These assessments correspond to the PARCC testing that the students take in the spring.  The cold read consists of two text passages that are new to the students.  The passages are very similar and relate back to the genre and background that was discussed earlier in the week. Your student’s workshop book has every comprehension skill and vocabulary strategy for each week.  These mini lessons are a great way to practice for the weekly reading assessment.  

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    Language Arts, Math, and Reading with Mrs. Schilling




    Fourth graders love learning about energy! This unit contains eight super-charged lessons to explore.