Here are the new spelling words:
clean agree teeth dream grain
coach display window shadow cheese
peach braid Sunday float thrown
entertain complain bleachers willow wheat
The trick this week is teaching them about long vowel combinations. I explain that when two vowels (a, e, i, o, u, and y) are together, they usually say the long sound of the first vowel. A cute way to remember it is, "When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking."
I hope this helps as you help your child study!
Hi! My name is Celinda Johnson, and I am very excited to join the 3rd grade team at Heritage Community Charter! I am thrilled to be your teacher, and I’m looking forward to a year of learning, fun, and adventures! My goal as a teacher is to instill a love of learning and exploration in all my students so they become life-long learners. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. It is so important to keep communication open and I would love to talk to you whenever you feel the need! I look forward to a great year together!