Mrs. Stephanie Metters firstname.lastname@example.org UPDATED READING LINK: PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO ACCESS BOOK THREE OF THE READING SERIES (LESSONS 11-15) https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/reading/journeys2017/ns/gr1/ese_9780544866409_/vol3/index.html
Sunday Mass: In order to bring the students closer to our Eucharist Lord, I encourage regular attendance at Sunday Mass.
“Snowball Fight” : Student Council is hosting a “Snowball Fight” as the mission project for January and February. Student can purchase paper snowballs for $0.50 each. The class who collects the most snowballs will win a pizza party. All proceeds benefit Student Council and St. Vincent DePaul Society.
Classroom Supplies: The classroom is in need of tissues and Clorox wipes. Thank you!
Homework- Week of 01/28/2020 Nightly-review Spelling words and sentences, Study Copybook &- Math Facts
Math Facts- Students will be graded on their rapid recall of math facts. Addition: sums up to 10. Subtraction: all facts from 10 or less
Reminders Monday –Computers & Mass Tuesday- Gym Wednesday- Music Thursday- Art Friday- 12pm dismissal
1/26/20-1/31/20 - Catholic Schools Week. Please refer to school calendar for important information. Sunday 1/26/20 - Open House and Kids Bingo Monday 1/27/20 - CSW mass 9:30am. Get up and dance Day. Students must wear dress uniform Tuesday 1/28/20 - Game Day (kids can wear their favorite sports team attire) Ultimate Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament Wednesday 1/29/20- Progress Reports Issued, Cozy Day (kids can wear warm pj’s or cozy clothes) Thursday - 1/30/20 - Mix-Match Day or Twin Day (kids can dress in mix match clothes or you & a friend can dress like twins) Friday - 12pm Dismissal Reading Rocks Assembly to kick off Read-A-Thon. (Kids can dress as their favorite book character)
PEEK AT OUR WEEK
Religion: Chapter 14: Jesus shows God’s Love: Jesus spent his life doing good. The children learn how his tender compassion for people who are sick or suffering comforted them and how his divine power healed them. From this the children learn that they, too, must be concerned for others.
Chapter 15: Jesus teaches us to love God: Jesus’ love for his Father prompted Jesus to commune with him in prayer and to fulfill his Father’s will. The children learn that love of God calls for a wholehearted response. They are introduced to a simple morning offering.
Math- sums to 20, differences from 12 or less, fact families, word problems, graphs Reading Lesson 13: Seasons by 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
VoWacPhonics- initial blends S & W in first and second position English- Sentences Social Studies- Land forms Science- Animals are living organisms Printing- Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo