### 2017-18

email:llambert@chinaspringisd.net
Dear Parents and Students,
Happy New Year!  With the new year, our 4th six weeks began.  We had a lot of fun at our field trip, Polar Express/Pajama Day and our class party.  Mrs. Dossey did a great job organizing and leading our party.  Thank you parents for donating and helping out.  If you did not get a chance to come, or help, we will have a year end party in which you might be able to participate.
As always, please keep the lines of communication open.  If you have concerns or questions please contact me.  We are a team working together to make your child successful in all aspects of life.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Lambert

Lunch Prices:
Breakfast- \$1.40
Lunch- \$2.50

Daily Schedule

# Mrs. Lambert’s homeroom

Revised: 8/15/17

The following schedule is tentative and may change due to daily conflicts and students’ needs.

 7:35-8:00 Students Report to Class/Announcements 8:00-9:15 Math 9:15-9:45 Social Studies/Science 9:50-10:15 Recess 10:20-10:54 PE 11:01-11:35 Specials 11:45-12:1512:35-12:40 Lunch Switch classes 12:35-1:50 ELAR 1:50-2:20 Writing 2:20-2:30 Brain Break and Transition to W.I.N. Time Switch back to homeroom 2:30-3:003:00-3:103:15 WIN TIME (Intervention)Closing TimePack up/ Dismiss Car and Track Kids Dismiss Buses

Great Websites for practice and fun

*  http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/index.htm

Math Skills:

Foundations of Numbers up to 120

(represent numbers using objepictures, expanded and standard form, order whole numbers, compare mbers, recite numbers forward and backward from any given number)

Story problems (joining, separating and comparing)

Skip Counting by 2's, 5's, 10's

Coins-penny, nickel, dime, quarter

(Identify by value and relationship among them)

Social Studies Skills:

Locate places using Cardinal directions (N, S, E, W)

Describe the location of self and objects relative to other locations in the classroom and school

Create and use simple maps

Identify and describe physical characteristics of places such as landforms, bodies of water, natural resources, and weather

Identify and describe how the human characteristics of place such as shelter, clothing, food and activities are based upon geographic location

Create & Use Timelines

Science Skills:

Describe weather & seasons

Investigate moon, sky & stars

compare day & night