Please look for book orders in envelopes. The orders may be made online using the code found on the book order sticker. Thank you and have a great rest of the week!
Period 1- Math timings and Language Arts
Period 2- Math
Period 3- Read well
Period 4- Read aloud/ character development
Period 5- Daily oral language and Science/Soc.St./spelling/
Period 6- Library or music
Period 7- Art/ PE
Period 8- AR and Technology
Snack and release
Dezol online word games. I suggest The Dolch sight words flash cards!
Our first week we will be learning procedures and our routines. Harry Wong stresses the importance of teaching procedures the first week. Here is a great website which covers a summary of his concepts.
#2 Yellow Pencils 30
Pink Erasers 4
Crayons - 24 ct. (No RoseArt) 4
Colored Pencils 1
Water Color Paints - 8 ct. (Crayola) 1
Highlighter - Pink 1
Highlighter - Blue 1
Small/Large Expo Dry-Erase Marker 2 pk
Old Sock or Dry-Eraser 1
5” Fiskers Scissors (child size) 1
Facial Tissues (full size) 3
Glue Sticks 6
Elmer’s School Glue 1
Pencil Box (sm plastic box) 1
Pencil Pouch (w/ zipper) 1
Spiral Notebook 5
Loose Leaf Paper (wide) 1 pk
Pocket Folder - Blue 1
Pocket Folder - Yellow 1
PE Tennis Shoes to leave @ school 1
Reading and Math
Our weekly Social Studies where in the world adventure takes us back into the snow, but not for long!
Lesson Objectives: Understand the meaning of the symbols < and >. Compare the value of two digit numbers using tens and ones. Write the symbols <,>, and = to compare two two-digit numbers.
Lesson Objectives: Identify key points in a text. Identify reasons that support key points. Understand how identifying reasons can help you better understand a key point.
Lesson Objectives: Identify the differences between living and non-living things. Understand the key elements of what makes something living. Understand the characteristics of a non-living item.
Lesson Objectives: Understand family traditions and special occasions.
Accelerated Reader (AR) teachers pick- online book.
Reading and Language arts: Unit 6 Integration of Knowledge and Ideas in Informational Text
Lesson Objectives- Use details from the words in a text to tell about its key ideas. Use details from the illustrations in a text to tell about its key ideas. Understand how words and illustrations in a text work together to help readers describe its key ideas.
Weekly writing prompts-
Monday- I have never been more frightened than when..
Tuesday- Persuade a friend to give up drugs.
Wednesday- Five years from now, I will be...
Thursday- Invent and describe a new food.
Spelling words for the week: fact, fall, family, friend, farm, fast, father, feet, first, five
Special events this week! Pi day...March 14, 2015 we are celebrating this amazing day on Thursday.
Lesson Objectives- Represent two-digit numbers as tens and ones. Decompose a two-digit number as some tens and some ones in multiple ways. Model a two-digit number in multiple ways.
Spelling words E: East, eye, ear, each, eat, eight, end, even, ever, easy
Spelling words for March 16-19 : fact, fall, family, friend, farm, fast, father, feet, first, five
Dr. Suess math- one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish
In-class Care class - Heads up 7-up
Weekly spelling list: D words
dark day dear did didn't do does done down door
Special events for the week:
Dr. Suess's Birthday! The students listened to Mr. Jardee read two Suess books. We also did an art and math activity with the book "One fish Two fish Red fish Blue fish".
Math: Lesson Objectives
Count tens as 1 ten, 2 ten, 3 tens,...tens or as 10, 20, 30...
Add multiples of 10 to multiples of 10 and subtract multiples of 10 from multiples of 10. Relate adding tens to adding ones.
Reading: Lesson Objectives
Unit 4 check
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas in Liturature. Use story details to tell about characters,setting, or events. Use pictures to tell about characters, setting, or events. Understand how words and pictures help readers describe characters, setting, or events.
Science: Measuring magnetic force and using a compass
Social Studies: A country of many people, why did people come to America long ago? Why do people come to America today?
Poem: What Was It Like by Charlotte Zolotow
"What was it like
when you were as old as I am now?"
a little girl asked hr mother.
"Well, when I wen to bed," her mother said,
"the room was dark
the clocks ticked
grown-ups talked downstairs
the stars shone in the sky
and I could hear the wind in the trees
before I hugged my mother good night the way you do now."