This week was all about our weather! Here's a look at what we worked on in class.
THIS WEEK WE:
read nonfiction stories about the weather throughout the year. We also enjoyed Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. We even wrote about the kind of weather we WISH would fall out of the sky.
practiced finding our most common words and writing A LOT of things from weather to our 3 letter words.
worked on the letter Ii. Our letters up to this point are: i, a, b, f, d, g, h, j, l, m, e, n, p, r, s, o, t, v, w, x, y, u, q, z. Any two letters should be able to be read by your child in any slide combination of a consonant and a vowel. In addition, any of these letters can be combined to be read as a three letter word. Our most common words that your child needs to be able to read are: are, as, his, with, a, and, for, he, it, is, in, on, of, that, to, the, was & you.
adding and subtracting within 10
worked in our centers on sentence writing, addition, and word families
attended an assembly about Summer Journey
begin quarter testing
We will continue to center our literacy around the topic of weather.
Sight words: are, as, his, with
Math topic is word problems with unknown addends.
April 10 - 14 - No School
April 14 - Conferences (as needed)
April 18 - Speedy Spoofhound 5K & Fun Run
April 29 - Art Show
May 11 - Kindergarten program and graduation