Friday, September 21st
Please join me on REMIND
Please talk to your child about appropriate classroom behavior. Some students are having a hard time being kind, treating others with respect, and staying quiet so their classmates can work. We have talked about what it means to be polite to others. Some students will be recieving a behavior log to help monitor and document behavior in the classroom, at recess, during specials, and in the lunch room. Students should remember that when they are looking at the face of a classmate they are also looking at the face of Jesus. He is in all of us. Thank you
SHOW AND TELL SCHEDULE:
MONDAY: Ryder, Harmonie, Milas, Graham
TUESDAY: Malay'a, Steele, Rion, A'nna
WEDNESDAY: Asia, Nicki, Lucas, Uzziah
THURSDAY: Amelia, Scarlet, Pai'ton
FRIDAY; Armando, Evelina, Mari
Reading: Next weeks story is entitled: Path on the Map. Children follow a path ona map that leads them to a shack full of kittens.On the way, every twist and turn of the path shows the travelers something new. Skills we will focus on include: sequencing, story elements, comprehension, map skills, short "a" and "i" sounds. The students will write about something they wish they could do, they will imagine what it would be like to meet a pig on a path, and something they might ask a fish. Please remember the spelling words for the week are built into our current reading story. The words are stepping stones for each story.
Spelling: The spelling words for next week are: path, snack, that, dish, wish, thin, be could down, see.
For an extra challenge: St. John Vianney, September
Extra Challenge words are no required. Some students need an extra challenge. Give them a try!
The pre-test is given on Wednesday and the final test will be given on Friday.
Phonics: In phonics we will continue reviewing consonant sounds.
Math: The students will continue learning about meanings of addition (put together), combine two groups, add on to a group, two parts make a whole, and comparing numbers, we will concentrate on adding with 0-4.
Science: The students will understand where animals live. We will also discuss what a habitat is.
Religion: We will continue learning about Our Church Community. Jesus cares for each of us just as the shepherd cares for his sheep. We follow Jesus when we care for people in our church community.