Mrs. Mary Beth Klein firstname.lastname@example.org The Knights of Columbus Poster Contest is optional.
Homework- Week of 11/27 Nightly-review Study Copybook - Math Facts- Practice Reading Story Tuesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 65-66 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 135 Wednesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 67-68 Math- complete pg/s. 48 Thusday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 65-68 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 136
Tests Monday- Tuesday- Reading- Oral vocabulary- I will take student individually. Vocabulary will include from What Is a Pal? to Gus Takes the Train Wednesday- English- Adjectives- Identify adjective in sentences-Write sentences with adjectives Thursday- Spelling- Words Friday- Spelling- Sentences
Reminders- Monday – No School Tuesday- Return folder with purple sticker Gym- Wednesday- lunch/milk orders due- Music Thursday- Art- Friday- Library- Return Study Copybook for new list- Mass 9:30- Home Spelling Project Due
Math Facts- Addition- The children can begin studying addition facts up to and including 10 and subtraction facts from 6 or less. Website for Math Facts Sheppardsoftware.com
PEEK AT OUR WEEK Religion- Chapter 8: Jesus Teaches Us to Pray to Our Father Jesus taught us to call God “Our Father” and to acknowledge with confidence our dependence on God's faithful, forgiving care for us. The children learn about the solidarity of the human family and our relationship with God as they come to understand the meaning of the Lord's Prayer and learn how to make it their own prayer.
Math- Missing Addends Fact Families- Subtraction- from 10 or less- Addition- sums to 10 Word problems Reading- Dr. Seuss Lesson 10: A Cupcake Party by David McPhail Question to think about: How do the parts of a story work together?
Words to Know: eat, give, one, put, small, andtake Spelling Words: us, sun, but, fun, bus, and run practice here
Phonics: Using -nd, -mp, -nt, -st, and short u; Using -ump Comprehension: Story structure (beginning, middle, and end of the story) and visualize This means to create visual pictures or focus on the sounds, textures, smells, and tastes of the story. Retelling a story.
Vocabulary Strategies: Synonyms (words that mean about the same) Fluency Practice: Stress (emphasizing certain words more than others)
Grammar: Using prepositions and prepositional phrases-prepositions for where (on, up, away) and for when (after, now, today) Writing: Writing descriptions and thinking about organization
Reading Story Website to practice: New Link student reader Phonics- ending –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
English- Adjectives- We will have a test after Thanksgiving