Have a great summer! See you in September!-Mr. Ruggiero
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Feel free to donate any unwanted old "Scrabble or other" board games to our class.Try to bring the following to class:
Lots of pencils and highlighters.
Need to have (3)- 1 subject notebook for Reading/Writing and a graph paper notebook for Math.I HAVE BINDERS FOR THEM.A swag bag for keeping reading books in.
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Colored pencils and a little hand held sharpener. They clog up the sharpener in class.Bring in a chapter book of their choiceSuggested summer activities:Read chapter books for at least 20-40 minutes a day or read an article for Achieve 3000.http://www.achieve3000.com/
Study multiplication facts up to the 12's. Practice using adding and subtracting with decimals when shopping. Count the elapsed time when waiting (Doctor's office etc..), or having to be somewhere at specific time. While food shopping look at measurements of volume like quarts, gallons, pints, grams, feet, inches etc...for the purpose of having them see and feel what a gallon, quart etc.... of what it is really like. Try out Think Central for a Math resource as well https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.doDo some Journal Writing too!Thank you very much and have a happy and safe summer!See you in the fall!Mr. Ruggiero