Friday, October 26th
Please join me on REMIND
Please talk to them about their reading, encourage fluency, help them in whatever capacity is appropriate for your child. The story is introduced on Monday, so the children would have read it only one time. If they are studying the spelling words and understanding their meaning they will be able to apply all of the spelling words we have learned so far. Please write a note to me after you child is done. Talk to me about their experience and what you are noticing. This will be a homework assignment on Tuesday evenings. The books MUST come back the next day.
SHOW AND TELL: During snack time the students will be allowed to "Show and Tell" about something that is special to them.
SHOW AND TELL SCHEDULE:
MONDAY: Ryder, Harmonie, Milas, Graham
TUESDAY: Malay'a, Steele, A'nna
WEDNESDAY: Asia, Nicki, Lucas, Uzziah
THURSDAY: Amelia, Scarlet, Pai'ton
FRIDAY; Armando, Evelina, Mari
Reading: Next weeks reading selection is "Splash." A girl gets some much needed help from her pets on a very rainy day. The girl realizes her animal friends need her help, too. We will continue talking about character and setting. We are also working on sequencing and using time order words in our writing. The students are learning about the words: first, next, then, last, finally. Skills will also include: how things are alike and different, the short "o" sound, story elements, and we will begin talking about what a noun is.
Spelling: Spelling: red, shed, hen, then, wet, pet, away, good, into, put. Please study nightly!
For an extra challenge: addition, plus, subtraction, minus
Phonics: In phonics we will continue reviewing consonant sounds.
Math: We have started subtraction concepts. If your child had a hard time with addition they may begin struggling with subtraction. We will talk about the terms: addition, sum, subtraction, difference, number sentence.
Science: The students learned about pumpkins and interesting facts about bats. We used our highlighters to highlight important information we wanted to remember.
Religion: The children will learn that the Bible is the Word of God in the words of human writers who were chosen by God and inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Bible tells us what God wants us to know about himself. Jesus, is the eternal Word of God.