Mrs. Stephanie Metters email@example.com Homework- Week of 10/21/19 Nightly-review Study Copybook &- Math Facts Monday(night)- Religion- review pg/s 48-49 Reading: Words to know pg 20 Tuesday(night)- No Homework Religion- review pg/s: 50-51 Wednesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 52-54 Reading: Short u pg 21 Thursday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 45-54 Math: Addition Fluency
Tests Monday- 10/21/19 - Tuesday- 10/22/19 - Wednesday- 10/23/19 Thursday – 10/24/19 Friday- 10/25/19 - Religion Test Chapter 6 Monday - 10/28/19 - Reading Test Gus Takes the Train
Math Facts- addition facts up to and including 6 and subtraction from 6 or less – I will be doing oral quizzes with all students on a weekly basis on Math facts.
Reminders- Monday – Return folder with green sticker - computers Tuesday- gym Wednesday- Music Thursday- Art Friday- Mass
Basket Bonanza: Each student is being asked to donate $5.00 towards the purchase of a classbasket and a $1.00 lottery ticket. This is due by 10/25/19.
We will continue to go outside for recess even though the weather is getting colder. Please make sure your student has appropriate outerwear each day.
Important Dates: 10/22/19: Halloween Dance forms and money due 10/25/19: CPC Lessons, Mass 9:30am, Basket Bonanza Donations Due, Halloween Dance K-4 6pm-8pm 10/28/19: Early Re-registration begins. 10/31/19: Orange/Black Dress down or Costumes, 11:15am Halloween Parade, Classroom Party in the afternoon.
PEEK AT OUR WEEK
Religion: Chapter 6: God Speaks to Us God’s word enlightens and guides those who choose to follow his path of peace and love. The children learn how we can hear God’s gentle voice n created wonders and providential care, in the Bible, in the teaching of the Church, in directives of those God has chosen to care for us, and in the silence of our own hearts.
Math- sums to 12, differences from 12 or less, fact families Reading-Lesson 5: Gus Takes the Train by Russell Benfanti Question to think about: How does the setting make a story interesting?Words to Know: friend, full, good, hold, many and pull Phonics: Using the letters qu, z, and short uComprehension: Story structure (the beginning, middle, and end of the story) and analyze/evaluate (to look at the text carefully)Vocabulary Strategies: Antonyms (words that are the opposite)Fluency Practice: Self-correction (correcting a mistake that was made)Grammar: Using adjectives-using color and number wordsWriting: Writing a class story and thinking about ideas
Phonics- short i, with l, d, v, & y English- verbs Social Studies- Being a good Citizen Science- Living and nonliving things Printing- Nn, Oo, P