Homework- Week of 12/16 Nightly-review Study Copybook - Math Facts- Practice Reading Story Monday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 94-95 Tuesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 96-97 Wednesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 93-98
Tests Monday- Tuesday- Math- Subtraction from 10 or less Wednesday- English- Adjectives Thursday- Religion- Chapter 11 Friday-
Reminders- Monday – Return folder with purple sticker Tuesday- Return folder with purple sticker- Gym Wednesday- lunch/milk orders due- Music Thursday- Art Friday- Return Study Copybook for new list-Library Mass 9:30
Christmas Party- The children have a white bag in folders this week. These will be used for a Party in a Bag on Thursday. Please pack and extra snack and drink for your child. If you would like to send in a treat for the class, please have it individually wrapped.
Important Dates: 12/16/19: Christmas Program (For Parents of 5, 6, 7 & 8th grade students) 12/20/19: Mass
Math Facts- Addition- The children can begin studying addition facts up to and including 18 and subtraction facts from 12 or less. Website for Math Facts Sheppardsoftware.com
PEEK AT OUR WEEK Religion- Chapter 11: Jesus Our Savior Was Born in Bethlehem God emptied himself and became human like us in all things except sin when Jesus was born in Bethlehem. The children learn how the Savior's arrival was announced to shepherds by angels, who told them to share the good news with others. Through the story of the Wise Men, they find out that Jesus came for all people.
Math- Missing Addends- Data and Graphs- Fact Families- Subtraction- from 12 or less- Addition- sums to 18 Word problems Reading- Lesson 13: Seasonsby Pat Cummings Question to think about: What changes do the different seasons cause? Words to Know: down, fall, goes, green, grow, new, open, and yellow Phonics: Using sh, wh, ph, the contractions 's and n't Comprehension: Cause and effect and visualize(creating a picture in your mind of the story or using your senses to experience what you are reading about For example: eating an ice cream cone--think about how it tastes, feels, looks like) Vocabulary Strategies: -ed, -ing, and -s endings Fluency Practice: Accuracy-recognizing words quickly Grammar: Subjects and verbs-subject and verb agreements, verbs that have -s at the end Writing: Writing sentence to inform and thinking about ideas
Phonics- Beginning Blends -ch, -tch, ck, when to use k or c to start a word (c if followed by a,o,u k- if followed by i,e) Nonsense words (zeb, fom, etc.), Short a-i-o Open (go) and Closed (cat) syllables