-Friday, January 10- All School Mass/ 12:30 Dismissal
-Monday, January 20- Martin Luther King Jr. Day- No School
-Saturday, January 25- Parent Club Auction
-Sunday, January 26- Parish School Mass at St. Patrick's Church- 9am
- January 27-31- Catholic Schools Week
This week in class:
Phonics- Medial sounds- "ue"/ "ie"/ "ea"
Reading-Fiction Passages: "Let's Put on a Play"/ "The Contest: A Play"- We will practice reading fluency, comprehension, as well as understanding and describing characters. Non-fiction- "Making a Monster"-focus on making text-to-text connections. Students should be reading 15 minutes per night and need to fill out reading log at home using complete sentences.
LA/ Writing- Persuasive Writing
Math- Numbers to 20 (Place Value)/ Addition fact fluency/ Review- Please practice with your student outside of class as well to ensure mastery!
Religion- God is Our Loving Father
Social Studies- Science Fair Experiement- Germs
Memory words: would, could, some, one, were, one
Spelling words: heat, keep, tie, blue, some, one, were, could, new, would
Vocabulary: exactly,create, category
Please make sure to check and sign your child's planner and behavior chart each night. Both are a valuable tool to check for important notes and see how your child is doing in class. As always, please email me with any questions.
Fact Fluency practice will be sent home on a weekly basis. In order to be fluent in their addition facts, students should be able to do 20 problems in a minute. We will continue to practice in class, but practice outside the classroom is equally valuable, and will help your child master their facts more quickly.
Students should be reading 15 minutes per night and need to fill out the reading log at home using complete sentences. I can't stress enough how important this homework assignment is. The reading alone helps improve your child's reading fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. Please make this a priority.