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  • January: Class Projects ·       Happy New Year!  In January we will be focusing on the season of Winter and we will be doing an author study on Jan Brett.  We will make winter snow ...
    Posted Jan 4, 2018, 9:44 AM by Lora Scott
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  • Upcoming Events Important dates: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day -no school:  Monday Jan. 15th -Reading homework:  My goal is to send this home by the end of the month.  Watch for ...
    Posted Jan 4, 2018, 9:47 AM by Lora Scott
  • Donations Old sand toys, balls, or board games please.
    Posted Oct 30, 2017, 8:49 AM by Lora Scott
  • Look at what we are learning What we are learning:  ****For details on what we are learning, please check/click on the homework section of this website For Reading: the first day of homework will be ...
    Posted Oct 10, 2017, 1:04 PM by Lora Scott
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Homework Assignments

subjectAssignmentDue Date
Math Develop and analyze visual images for quantities to 10. Combining two amounts. Add and subtract one to/from numbers up to 10. Use a ten frame and tile arrangements to develop visual images up to 10. Record tile arrangements.Modeling the action of combining and separating situations. Combining two amounts and separating one amount from another. Develop an understanding of one more, one fewer. Compare two quantities to see which is more. Decompose numbers in different ways to 6. Explore different combinations of a number (6 is/equals 3 and 3 or 5 and 1). ongoing until mastered 
Reading For January the children will continue to work on letters and sounds, reading CVC words, and learn sight words. All letters and sounds she be almost mastered. We have been doing many games and learning activities in small and large groups that focus on all letters and sounds of the alphabet. Some of the most difficult that could be practiced more are Ee, Uu, Yy. We will, however, focus on these letters more comprehensively later on. Children will continue to blend CVC words with short o and short e : pet, dog, cob etc. Sight words for this month are: you, look, what, two, one, see, Remember to really work with your children with these as there will be 57 total this year. We will also be focusing on comprehension of stories. We will focus on characters, title, author, generating and answering questions, and we will learn to compare characters' actions within a story and ask questions about unknown words. We will also be continuing on focusing on word part sounds and word families with CVC words short o.  ongoing until mastered 
Writing Children are becoming familiar with writing sentences. We will continue practice with a variety of methods. We will work on detail in our writing, do class writing projects, learn about question marks and exclamations points We will also start learning that we can use words like first, next, then, and last to tell about an experience through writing. It might be a good idea to continue to point out writing in the environment. Help children see sentences in books and count the words, find the period and the upper-case at the beginning. Help kids write a sentence per day: On a white board, fun paper, different writing mediums. Ongoing until mastered. 
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