Homework- Week of 9/17 Nightly-review Study Copybook - Math Facts- Practice Reading Story Monday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 13 Math- complete pg/s. 17 Tuesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 14-15-16 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 31 Wednesday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 17 Math- complete pg/s. 18 Thursday(night) Religion- review pg/s. 18 Phonics/Reading- complete pg/s. 32
Tests Monday- Tuesday- Math- Number words to 10- Matching (Do not need to spell the words) Wednesday- Reading- The Storm Thursday- Friday-
Reminders- Monday – Return folder with purple sticker- Computers Tuesday-No Gym- School Pictures Wednesday- lunch/milk orders due- Music Thursday- Art- Dress Down Day for Pediatric Cancer- $1.00- Library Friday- 1:00 Dismissal Mass 9:30- Class Pictures-Return Study Copybook for new list
School Supply Fee ($35)- was Due- September 12th
Math Facts- Addition- We will be starting addition next week. The children can begin studying addition facts up to and including 6. Website for Math Facts(and many other skills) Sheppardsoftware.com
Donations- Our classroom is in need of tissues. Thank you!!!
PEEK AT OUR WEEK Religion- Chapter 2: God Is Good The goodness of creation leads us to give thanks and praise to our Father, the source of all life and goodness, who lets us share in bringing all creation to fulfillment. The children learn that God made everything and that living things grow best when they are given good care. Math- Addition- number words, number order, sums to 6 Reading- Lesson 3: Curious George at Schoolby Margaret and H. A. Rey Question to think about: Why is the order of story events important?
Words to Know: do, find, funny, sing, no, andthey Spelling Words: log, dot, top, hot, lot, and ox
Phonics: Using the letters l, x, and short o; Using -s at the end Comprehension: Sequence of events (Putting the story in the order in which it happened) and monitor/clarify (thinking about what is happening in the story and if you get confused then stop and try to figure it out)
Vocabulary Strategies: Multiple-meaning words Fluency Practice: Phrasing (putting 2 or 3 words together in a sentence) Looking at a period at the end of the sentence and knowing it means to stop and take a breath.
Grammar: Using action verbs Writing: Writing sentences and thinking about word choice (deciding the words that will best express what it is that you want to say)