PTA meeting and Movie Night

PTA meeting tomorrow at 6:00

Movie Night: Friday at 4:30 “Despicable Me 3”

Wednesday homework

Tonight’s homework will be a review for our test tomorrow. Have a great day!

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Monday and Tuesday Homework

Tonight’s homework asks students to use a number line to solve problems.

Tomorrow’s homework will ask students to regroup in order to solve problems. We practiced this today and many children needed a review.

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Week of April 23

Hello Families!
I hope you are all enjoying the warmer weather. Here are our plans for the week:

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Words
1. boat
2. soak
3. road
4. show
5. snow
6. glow
7. because
8. best
9. upon
10. these

Monday: Care to the Core event. We will be planting seeds outside at some point, so please have your child dress appropriately for some light gardening 🙂 Make sure they wear their Miller shirts!

Reading and Writing: We are learning to use a “double bubble thinking map” to record similarities and differences between two texts about the same topic. We are also continuing to look for information using the text features in nonfiction books. I am working on typing their animal reports so that they can share them with one another and look for similarities and differences between the animals that they researched.

Math: We are adding and subtracting ten mentally to two-digit numbers. We are also learning to add two digit numbers with different strategies such as breaking apart the numbers, drawing the tens and ones, and using base ten blocks.

Science: We will be planting wheat seeds in a straw to see if they germinate.

Let’s have a great week!

Thursday Homework

Thursday’s homework is another worksheet with tens and ones practice.

Here is the pre test for Unit 9 with the answers 🙂 Please use this to study with your child.

Grade 1 PRE Test Unit 9

Answer Key GR1 U9 PreTest

Wednesday Homework

Today, students will add two digit numbers together for their homework.

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Tuesday’s homework

All homework this week will ask students to add and subtract ten or groups of ten to numbers.
They must also add e to each word to make a new word.

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Monday Homework

Monday’s homework is a worksheet that has students adding and subtracting one and ten to a number. They must complete the number grid puzzles. They must also circle words that should be capitalized.

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Week of April 16

Hello Families!
It was so great to get back to school last week! Here are our plans for the week:

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Words
1. back
2. duck
3. neck
4. sock
5. sick
6. check
7. does
8. fast
9. pull
10. found

Math: Students will be learning to add and subtract ten to a two digit number using the patterns on the number grid. They should be able to do this mentally, but the number grid is a great tool to reinforce this pattern. Just a reminder: The math packets that I send home are optional. I am hoping that children choose to do those for practice and reinforcement. Many parents have requested these, but if this is too much for you or your child, I completely understand. It is absolutely never meant to stress anyone out 🙂

Writing and Reading: We are continuing to use text features to look for and record information in our nonfiction books. We are learning how to locate information efficiently using the glossary, table of contents, subheadings, bold words, and photos. Students are continuing to work on their animal reports.

Social Studies: We will take our online social studies test on “Places” this week. Please see last week’s post and powerpoint for information about the test.

Science: We cut our “lawns” and made predictions about what would happen. This week, we continue to explore plants and the variations of plants that grow.

Reminder: Our concert is Tuesday at 4:00. Students need to bring in the permission slip if they are attending.

Have a great weekend! I hope we see some sunshine!

Thursday Homework

Thursday’s homework will be more practice with dividing (partitioning) shapes.

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