Mrs. Roth's Weekly Pencil Page

A reading log has be placed in your child’s blue binder.  The goal for 
your child is to read for at least 400 minutes outside of class each 
month.  Please record the minutes your child reads each day, sign the 
form, and return the reading log at the end of the month.  Each month 
(October – March) Pizza Hut and treasure chest coupons will be awarded to 
those who successfully meet the reading goal.  Even if the goal of 400 
minutes is not met, the reading log still needs to be signed and returned.  
Thank you.  

“Family Fun Night” is the theme for our classroom’s PTO Basket. For those new to Lincoln, each 
class collects items to put in a basket and then the baskets are raffled off during the Lincoln 
School Carnival (March 18).  Basket collections are due by February 26. Thank you!

Week of FEBRUARY 8

Plan ahead dates:
Feb. 8 – Lincoln PTO meeting, 7:00 pm
Feb 11 & 12 – Valentines can be brought to school
Feb. 15 – No school, Presidents’ Day
Feb. 18 – Lincoln Open House, 6-7:30 pm.
Feb. 26 – Items due for our “Family Fun Night” themed basket
Mar. 1 – Signed Reading Log due whether 400 minute goal is met or not.
March 3 – 3rd quarter AR tests due


Reading:	
     Your child will be reading the biography “The Life of George Washington Carver” and the 
magazine article “Nutty Facts about Peanuts.” These selections are about peanuts and the 
scientist who studied them.
REMINDER:  EACH CHILD NEEDS TO PASS 4 AR TESTS THIS 3RD GRADING PERIOD.
   
Math:
     We will finish our math unit on money and begin “Data Analysis.”
 
Spelling:  Spelling test on Friday.  
bait, pail, tail, train, wait, coast, coat, goat, road, toast, beet, need, sheep, three, wheel, beach, 
cheat, cream, neat, seat
(need, seat, goat, tail, three in cursive)

Homework:  Homework is due by Friday.
Monday:  Cut, sort, and then write spelling words on the grid paper.
Tuesday:  Reading vocabulary worksheet
Wednesday:  Read “The Life of George Washington Carver” to a parent.
Thursday:  Math worksheet

Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 
minutes outside of class each day.