Also, when purchasing books from the book fair, don’t forget to include tax. THANKS!
Attached is the March is reading month information. I will send a hard copy home this Friday, March 1st. In case your child loses their letter, form or calendar, I am posting it here for you to print out.
Your child will be expected to complete and submit weekly ticket minutes every Friday and complete the tasks on the calendar. Just cut the ticket with the coordinating weekly minutes and submit Friday morning. We are tracking Spirit Wednesdays!
Have fun and Happy Reading!
To increase awareness of the importance of reading, we will be hosting parent readers. So, in celebration of March is Reading Month, I’m requesting parents (that are available of course) to come in and read your child’s favorite story. This would take no longer than 10 minutes. The available times are listed below:
Wednesday, March 6 , 2019 @ 8:50- Yasmeen’s mom, 9:00-
Thursday, March 7, 2019 @ 3:15- Layal’s mom
Friday, March 8, 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Wednesday, March 13 , 2019 @ 9:50, 10:00
Thursday, March 14, 2019 @ 3:15
Friday, March 15, 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Thursday, March 21, 2019 @ 3:15
Friday, March 22, 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Wednesday, March 27 , 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Thursday, March 28, 2019 @ 3:15
Friday, March 29, 2019 @ 8:50, 9:00
Please email me the time that works for you and I will update available times on the blog. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be identifying key information on penguins. We will document what we read, what we saw, and what we learned for the day. We will review prediction.
Spelling words: (-am) jam, ham, bam, ram, he. she, you
We are learning the l-blends (gl-, pl-, cl-). Sight words: he, she, you.
We will be write an informational piece about penguins.Penguins are birds. They can__. They have__.
We will review missing addend with numbers for 0-8. We will review decomposition using number bonds going vertical and horizontal. We will be writing equations and drawing pictures.
We will learn about maps and globes. We will explore continents (land) and oceans (water).
Key words to focus on:
- compass rose
Math: We are practicing writing numbers 1-20. We are working specifically on tricky teens. Make sure your child is is writing 14 not 41; 15 not 51 etc.. Here is a chant that will help remember the order of writing the numbers.
1 and 1 make 11 fun,
1 and a 2 tell 12 what to do,
1 and a 3 tell 13 climb a tree,
1 and a 4 tell 14 shut the door,
1 and a 5 keep 15 alive,
1 and a 6 tell 16 pick up sticks,
1 and a 7 send 17 to heaven,
1 and a 8 makes 18 great,
1 and a 9 keep 19 in line
2 and a 0 makes 20 a hero!
We are also highlighting that:
- 11 is one ten and 1 one
- 12 is one ten and 2 ones
- 13 is one ten and 3 ones
- 14 is one ten and 4 ones
- 15 is one ten and 5 ones
- 16 is one ten and 6 ones
- 17 is one ten and 7 ones
- 18 is one ten and 8 ones
- 19 is one ten and 9 ones
- 20 is 2 tens or 10 and 10
Welcome back! Hope everyone had a restful 2 day break.
We will be identifying problem and solution. We will review prediction.
Spelling words: (-ad) had, mad, sad, go, look we, in
We are learning about l-blends (fl, bl, cl) Sight words: go, look, we, in. We are reviewing short vowels in CVC words
We will be write a narrative about scenarios to do with 100 day. What will I look like at 100 years old. What will I do with $100 dollars. We will learn how to address in a letter/card.
We will learn about missing addend with numbers for 8. We will review decomposition using number bonds going vertical and horizontal.
We will create structure to protect us from the harsh weather. Students will plan and create a structure using materials provided.
Dates to keep in mind:
**100th day of school is Friday, February 22nd.
**Your child can dress up as a 100 year old person on that day.