Reading: We will reading non-fiction text and searching for the main idea and identifying one detail. We will read about animals and their habitats. your child should say: The book’s main idea is about ___. The ___ lives in a ___habitat.
Sight words: for, you, me, love
Word family: -et (pet, met, set, bet, jet, let, net)
Phonics: th digraph (thumb, thermos, thirty)
Spelling Words: for, you, me, get, set, met
Writing: We will be writing about animal habitats. We will state and write our main idea and one detail about their habitat. We will do different animals each day to encourage continued practice.
Math: We will continue to explore measurement using the pan balance. We will also explore which items are heavier and lighter in comparison to each other. We will also establish a standard weight amount (pennies) to use on a balance to compare to other objects. When working on the homework, you will notice that a pan balance is a tool to help compare weight of two objects.
Fun game to practice with:
Science: We will explore different types of wind. We will learn different winds can be found in severe weather types such as tornadoes, hurricanes and tsunamis.
Homework Feb. 12th <<<<attached Due: Friday, Feb. 16th
We are celebrating Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, Feb. 14th. If you would like to send your child with valentines or a treat to share on that day, we have 23 students. This is optional.
Have a wonderful week!