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    READING Continue to read stories by Mr. Putter stories by Cynthia Rylant/

    PHONICS The "FLOSS" Rule. If a word has only one vowel and ends with f, l, s, or z  it needs to be doubled.

    SPELLING floss, smell, stuff, still, skull, thrill, dress, across, grass, excess, discuss, underpass, staff, cliff, off

    HIGH FREQUENCY PHRASES These phrase are often confused as being one word!

    have to, kind of, could of, all right, sort of

    GRAMMAR Using adjectives in writing.

    WRITING Writng friendly letters and informational paragraphs.

    MATH Chapter 7 TIME and MONEY

    SCIENCE Matter