We did fractions in math today. – Braden
Reminder that tomorrow is an early release day at 11:30 for all primary kids! If there are any changes in transportation tomorrow, please document in the planner, email me, or give me a call!
Keep reading every night and studying your spelling words!
This week we are learning fractions. – Braden
New spelling words were written in planners today. Also, math homework (fraction and coin review) as well as a new fluency poem came home today.
There is an early release day Wednesday at 11:30! Please make sure to mark that on your calendar.
We are writing some fun poetry in class. It will start coming home soon for you to read! Please keep reading every night!
Progress reports came home today in your child’s folder. Please look over those. They do not need to be returned. However, if you have any questions, you can always email or call me.
We will take our spelling test in the morning after our weekly CHAMPs assembly. And, just so you will know, our class CHAMPs assembly isn’t until May. I will let you know the exact date closer to time.
We are working hard on subtraction with regrouping. We practice daily. Next week we will work on mixed addition and subtraction with regrouping.
As we wrote in our planner today, almost all fairy tales are complete. They are great stories! The Wee Deliver Postal Service started Monday. During writing time and at our writing station, the students have an opportunity to write letters to any student in Kindergarten, First, and Second grade. They are enjoying writing to friends and receiving letters back in the mail!
A reminder that we will be out of school the next two Mondays. Monday, the 8th, is a teacher training day. Monday, the 15th, is a holiday in observance of President’s Day.
Finally, a letter came home today with information about our Valentine’s party. It is next Friday, February 12th, from 12:00-1:00. We can’t wait to celebrate! We hope you can join us for our fun!
I hope you have a fantastic day!
We had early release today. At stations today we had fun doing stations. Today I especially had fun doing genius hour. I did voki. I did a bulldog. It was a girl. – Sophie
Tomorrow is the last day to send in the order form if you would like to buy a book from the author that is coming to read to us on Friday! Friday is also the 100th day of school! We are working really hard on our fairy tales in writing and subtraction with regrouping in math!
Today we learned how to borrow with tens and ones. – Marlee
A couple of reminders: Tomorrow we do not have a spelling test. We will get new words next week! An orange note is coming home in your child’s folder about upcoming and important dates for our campus!
This week we have started our journey on subtraction with regrouping! We will take it very slow and work through the process a lot. In the future you will see regrouping homework come home.
We have read fables this week. Ask your child which fable was their favorite and the lesson they learned from it!
This morning we are going to read a different kind of version for the three little pigs also we are going to go to the library. – Jaaliyah
We have settled right back into our school routine and have been learning a lot of new things!
Last week we read and compared different versions of the fairy tale Cinderella. This week we are reading versions of The Three Little Pigs. Ask your child to tell you some attributes of a fairy tale!
We started letter writing. The five parts of a letter are the heading (date), greeting, body, closing, and signature. During Writer’s Workshop, students are writing letters to different people.
We are learning how to write contractions. The apostrophe is the key! It takes the place of the missing letters: can+not=can’t do+not=don’t will+not=won’t.
In math we are practicing addition with regrouping, working on reading data from graphs, and getting ready to start double digit subtraction to prepare for regrouping.
Don’t forget that Monday is a holiday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our theme for the Christmas party is Polar Express! If your child would like, they may wear their pajamas again tomorrow to school. This is not a requirement, but if they would like, they most certainly can wear them!
Reminder that tomorrow morning is our Christmas party from 9:00-10:00. You may begin setting up for the party at 8:30. Please join us for some Polar Express fun! You should have received an invitation to the party yesterday in your child’s folder! Thanks to all of you for helping make this so special for our class!
I am sending home your child’s reading log over the break. For every day over the break, and once on the weekends, that you child reads a book from home and documents on the reading log, they will receive that many tickets when they come back from Christmas break. If you run out of room on the reading log, just write on a a scrap piece of paper!
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and a very Merry Christmas!
We are going to have fun today because we git to the bouncy house. – Jaxon
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving break with your family! Christmas is in the air around school already! We only have three weeks before Christmas break. Wow, time flies when you’re having fun!
A note was sent home yesterday from Mrs. Koonce about the book fair coming up next week. It also had some other important information about December. Please take time to read that note. Our Christmas party is Friday, December 18th, from 9:00-10:00. That day and the previous day, Thursday, December 17th, are early release days at 11:00.
Thank you for continuing to read each night with your student. We still have a lot of learning to do in the next few weeks! Remember, math homework is due on Friday. Also, reading every night with a signed reading log and a signed fluency page will give your child two tickets a day!
If you have any questions about our upcoming events, please don’t hesitate to call, email, or write me a note in your child’s planner!
Math homework and a new fluency poem came home today. Remember, you can either initial on the poem or write it on the reading log to show that it was read. Your student will get a ticket for reading the poem and their book each night.
The new spelling words for this week are: long, little, very, after, words
The review spelling words for this week are: with, there, about, many, first, people, down
The phonics spelling words for long u are: cute, huge, mule, rule
Wednesday is an early release day at 11:30 for staff development!
Also, don’t forget the can food drive started today!