October 1, 2018

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October 1, 2018

Thank you for all the parents volunteers that came to help with tamales and our visit to the farmers market.  The students’ reactions when eating tamales was very entertaining!

-Children are permitted to have “pop top” water bottles in the classroom.
-Please pay the $85 student fee.

-School picture day in Tuesday, October 9, 2018
-Please join the PTO for $20 per family. The PTO supports our school in so many ways!
-Please remind your child to return the Friday Letter Journal each Monday. It has been wonderful to see the children communicating with you around what happens weekly in the classroom.

I will group the students according to our first Words their Way spelling assessment. Students will begin to work on a targeted spelling skill.
Sight Words: with, his, they, at, be
Children will be assessed monthly on word recognition only. Please have your child practice spelling these words if they can already read the words.

This week we will read Mr. Peabody’s Apples and will study vocabulary and themes from the text. Students will discuss character traits, major events in the story and the author’s purpose or lesson.

VOCABULARY OF THE WEEK: usual, rumor, judge, reply

The students will continue to write narrative pieces focusing on stretching out unknown words, work spacing and punctuation. We will work on listening to a partner share and using the ABC chart and word wall for spelling.

This week, we will continue with unit 2. Students will use 10 frames and play two-fisted penny to identify facts with sums of 10. We will have an exploration day on Wednesday and will play subtraction BINGO, rock, paper, scissors and tally items in the classroom.

We will continue to look closely at patterns of the sun (if we can get some sunshine).  We will also begin to discuss moon phases and changes of season.

We will discuss different types of families and the people who make them up. We will share what we like to do with our families and where our families live.

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