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April 16-20,2018

Monday - Day 4 - library - report cards

  Tuesday -Day 5- Successmaker and art

Wednesday - Day 1- gym- math test

Thursday - Day 2- technology

Friday - Day 3- Parent luncheon at 12:15, music concert at 1:30 p.m.

 

Please look in the back of M.O.O.S.E. folder for your child's classroom calendar.  This helps you to see what is going on everyday.  Please have your child write numbers 1-31 and color blocks purple.  Please return on May 1, 2018 for a homework grade.   

 

 

 

April  Students of the Month:

Adriel Bullard

Lillyan Hiller

April birthdays: 

Carter Spotts

Jace Heckman

 

 

 

Behavior/Good Listening Skills

Eyes watching

Ears listening

Voices quiet

Body still

 

B.R.A.V.E. 

Golden ticket will be earned by:

B.- be safe

     R. - respectful

   A. - attentive

            V. - very responsible

     E. - exceptional

 

 

 

ELA - English Language Arts

Topic 22-23

 I will be sending home a Focus Wall snapshot which will name books read, letters studied, concepts of print and vocab and sight words.  Also a family letter with activities will be sent home.  There are fun songs, activities to help reinforce what is being learned in class.  This in not homework, however, you may do any activitiy and send in for your child to receive a sticker.   

Review  sight words: said, good, was, then,ate, could, she, when, all, over, her, some.

 

Essential Question:How do things change when someone is growing up?What steps can someone follow to plant and grow flowers? We will be reading informational texts and poetry .  Take time to look and talk about writings that are coming home.  Your children are learning to start their letters at the top.  About capital letters at the beginning of sentences and periods at the end of the sentence.  Talk about reading left to right as you read the books sent home in their reading folder.  

We will be reviewing writing and recognizing our name and those of our classmates.  When practicing writing names remember these two rules.  

1.  Always start writing at the top of the line and bump on the bottom line.  

2.  Begin with a capital letter and use lowercase letters for the remainder of your name.

We will be learning about letter X,x, J,j, E,e, reading rate, medial sounds and blending phonemes, antonyms, and proper nouns for days and months. 

 

 

Extra practice and stories are available on the Thinkcentral website.

 

 

 

Math-Topic 8

Learning to compose and decompose numbers 4-10.

Extra practice on www.pearsonsuccessnet.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 




 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 




  

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