We had a great first week of school! We began reviewing our Superkid friends, beginning sounds, and letter formation! In writing, we worked on labeling pictures. In math, we practiced writing our numbers 1-10 in number and word form. I encourage you to review these skills at home with your child! We also spent a lot of our time last week talking about classroom procedures, school rules, personal goals, and how to be a good friend!
This week your child will receive their first homework packet. I have included a recommended schedule, but homework can be completed in any order. I suggest reading the Backpack Page every night to help improve fluency! Please continue reading 15 minutes every night with your child. The fluency page can count towards the 15 minute nightly reading requirement. Memory words(found at the bottom of this post) are high-frequency words that children are taught to recognize by sight. These words are either phonetically irregular and can't be decoded, or they contain letter sounds that haven't been taught yet. Practicing memory words on a regular basis can help improve your child's reading!
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Second Week Overview
Reading: We will be reading "Golly and the Vet," "Is It Fun?" and "Get Fit" from our Superkids Reader, as well as our Super Duper Mini-Magazine, "We Like Sports."
Writing: Adding nouns, verbs, and details to different types of sentences.
Handwriting: Review letter formation
Phonics: Review letter sounds
Math: Numbers to 10
Religion: Love One Another, Parts of a Mass
Social Studies: Pledge of Allegiance, American and California Flag, Labor Day
Science/P.E.: Get Fit
Memory Words: I, a, the, for, you, like
Sound: ck as in stick
Words to Know: adventures, amazing, fit (Your child should be able to give a brief definition of each of these words at the end of the week.)
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