We had a good first week back to school in 2020!
Maybe you saw us on Facebook with our weather vanes. We learned abour measuring the winds direction.
On Friday we were able to create some snowflakes to decorate our classroom.
In case you missed it, here is the latest weekly newsletter again:
Memory Verse Trust in the Lord with all your heart. Proverbs 3:5
Homework Due Friday, Jan. 17th- Students may bring home their reading books daily. The more they read the stories, the more they build fluency and retain new vocabulary words.
Writing- How do animals prepare for winter? Use information we are learning in Science and Reading classes to help you write about this topic. (Write a minimum of 3 sentences, including facts about animals and the winter.)
Math: Place Value p. 203-204 & 207-208
Read nightly, Look down to the in class Reading section below for story titles. The “coj.library’ website has many ebooks that are downloadable also. Go over phonics in the reading book and practice vocabulary word lists.
Remember, the stories are getting a little harder as the year progresses. Practicing reading at home nightly will help improve reading fluency as well as increase vocabulary word retention.
**Please ask your child if he/she needs a new dry erase marker.
Jan.16th Re-Enrollment and Chili Cook-off Night
Jan. 20th No School in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
In Class this Week::
Reading: Where Are My Animal Friends, The Contest, Weather or Not, Spring Rose, Winter Bear, Seasons Change , Reading and drawing conclusions
Math: Place Value of Numbers, Review of facts Ex. 6+5=11
Spelling/Phonics: comparative adjectives, Ex. bigger, biggest
Writing: Tell where animals go when the days turn cold.
Science: Seasons and Weather