Sunday, February 10, 2019

Focus in First (Feb. 11th-15th)

February
Feb.11th-15th Book Fair
Feb. 14th Valentine's Day
Feb. 15th Early Dismissal
Feb. 18th President's Day-No School

The Related Arts Schedule Rotates
This Week
Monday A Day- Music 
Tuesday B Day- Computer
Wednesday C Day- P.E.
Thursday D Day- P.E.
Friday- Non-rotation Day 

Phonics:
Long "a" - ai, ay, a_e
Long "e" - ea, ee, e, ie, e_e
Long "i" - igh, y, i_e
Long "o" - oa, ow, o, o_e
Long "u" - oo, ui, u_e

Reading Skills: 
Click on the links for more information
Point of View-Identify who is telling the story.
Main Idea- Identify the most important idea. The main idea is often stated in one sentence. This idea is supported throughout a passage called supporting details.
Sequence-Retell the beginning, middle, and end
Summarize- Identify the most important parts of a story. Students use their own words to summarize.
We are Making and Confirming Predictions,
Asking and Answering Questions
(before, during, and after reading)
identifying Cause and Effect, and
Plot (the problem and solution)

3rd Quarter Sight Words
could, day, way, sleep, don’t,came, right, their,
away, how, know, want, one, now, saw, old, would,
blue, very, good, brown, about, around, 
by, into, boy, before, yellow, your 

Number Words
zero, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

Math 
We solve Application Problems by:
1) Reading- comprehend the words 
2) Drawing- draw a model
3) Solve- write and equation and sentence to answer the question.

Students continue to build fluency! We find the missing addend or sum in equations as well as complete Number Bonds by identifying the whole 
and parts. 


IMPORTANT: Click HERE  to view the different types 
of Word, Story, or Application Problems. 


Writing
Informational Writing
Writing Teaching Books

Does my sentence have S.W.A.G.?
Start with a capital letter
Written neatly
A finger space between words
Given punctuation at the end

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Focus in First (February 4th-8th)

February
Feb.6th 100th Day of School
Feb.11th-15th Book Fair
Feb. 12th Family Math Night
Feb. 14th Valentine's Day
Feb. 15th Early Dismissal
Feb. 18th President's Day-No School

The Related Arts Schedule Rotates
This Week
Monday B Day- Computer 
Tuesday C Day- P.E.
Wednesday D Day- Media
Thursday E Day- STEAM
Friday F Day- Art 

Phonics:
Long "a" - ai, ay, a_e
Long "e" - ea, ee, e, ie, e_e
Long "i" - igh, y, i_e
Long "o" - oa, ow, o, o_e
Long "u" - oo, ui, u_e

Reading Skills: 
Click on the links for more information
Point of View-Identify who is telling the story.
Main Idea- Identify the most important idea. The main idea is often stated in one sentence. This idea is supported throughout a passage called supporting details.
Sequence-Retell the beginning, middle, and end
Summarize- Identify the most important parts of a story. Students use their own words to summarize.
We are Making and Confirming Predictions,
Asking and Answering Questions
(before, during, and after reading)
identifying Cause and Effect, and
Plot (the problem and solution)

3rd Quarter Sight Words
could, day, way, sleep, don’t,came, right, their,
away, how, know, want, one, now, saw, old, would,
blue, very, good, brown, about, around, 
by, into, boy, before, yellow, your 

Number Words
zero, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

Math 
We solve Application Problems by:
1) Reading- comprehend the words 
2) Drawing- draw a model
3) Solve- write and equation and sentence to answer the question.

Students continue to build fluency! We find the missing addend or sum in equations as well as complete Number Bonds by identifying the whole 
and parts. 

IMPORTANT: Click HERE  to view the different types 
of Word, Story, or Application Problems. 


Writing
Informational Writing
Writing Teaching Books

Does my sentence have S.W.A.G.?
Start with a capital letter
Written neatly
A finger space between words
Given punctuation at the end

Sunday, January 27, 2019

Focus in First (January 28th- February 1st)

Important Dates:
January
Jan. 29th Return Signed Report Card Envelope

February
Feb.1st 1st Friday Breakfast
Feb.6th 100th Day of School
Feb.11th-15th Book Fair
Feb. 12th Family Math Night
Feb. 14th Valentine's Day
Feb. 15th Early Dismissal
Feb. 18th President's Day-No School

The Related Arts Schedule Rotates
This Week
Monday C Day- P.E. 
Tuesday D Day- P.E.
Wednesday E Day- STEAM
Thursday F Day- Art
Friday A Day- Music 

Phonics:
Long "a" - ai, ay, a_e
Long "e" - ea, ee, e, ie, e_e
Long "i" - igh, y, i_e
Long "o" - oa, ow, o, o_e
Long "u" - oo, ui, u_e

Reading Skills: 
Click on the links for more information
Point of View-Identify who is telling the story.
Main Idea- Identify the most important idea. The main idea is often stated in one sentence. This idea is supported throughout a passage called supporting details.
Sequence-Retell the beginning, middle, and end
Summarize- Identify the most important parts of a story. Students use their own words to summarize.
We are Making and Confirming Predictions,
Asking and Answering Questions
(before, during, and after reading)
identifying Cause and Effect, and
Plot (the problem and solution)

3rd Quarter Sight Words
could, day, way, sleep, don’t,came, right, their,
away, how, know, want, one, now, saw, old, would,
blue, very, good, brown, about, around, 
by, into, boy, before, yellow, your 

Number Words
zero, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

Math 
We solve Application Problems by:
1) Reading- comprehend the words 
2) Drawing- draw a model
3) Solve- write and equation and sentence to answer the question.

Students continue to build fluency! We find the missing addend or sum in equations as well as complete Number Bonds by identifying the whole 
and parts. 

IMPORTANT: Click HERE  to view the different types 
of Word, Story, or Application Problems. 


Writing
Informational Writing
Writing Teaching Books

Does my sentence have S.W.A.G.?
Start with a capital letter
Written neatly
A finger space between words
Given punctuation at the end

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Focus in First (January 21st-25th)

Important Dates:
January
Jan. 21st MLK Day No School
Jan. 24th Report Cards Issued
Jan. 25th Return Signed Report Card Envelope

February
Feb.1st 1st Friday Breakfast
Feb.6th 100th Day of School
Feb.11th-15th Book Fair
Feb. 12th Family Math Night
Feb. 14th Valentine's Day
Feb. 15th Early Dismissal
Feb. 18th President's Day-No School

The Related Arts Schedule Rotates
Week of January 21st
Monday- Holiday
Tuesday E Day- STEAM
Wednesday F Day- Art
Thursday A Day-Music
Friday B Day- Computer

Next Week
Monday C Day- P.E. 
Tuesday D Day- P.E.
Wednesday E Day- STEAM
Thursday F Day- Art
Friday A Day- Music 

Phonics:
Long "a" - ai, ay, a_e
Long "e" - ea, ee, e, ie, e_e
Long "i" - igh, y, i_e
Long "o" - oa, ow, o, o_e
Long "u" - oo, ui, u_e

Reading Skills: 
Click on the links for more information
Point of View-Identify who is telling the story.
Main Idea- Identify the most important idea. The main idea is often stated in one sentence. This idea is supported throughout a passage called supporting details.
Sequence-Retell the beginning, middle, and end
Summarize- Identify the most important parts of a story. Students use their own words to summarize.
We are Making and Confirming Predictions,
Asking and Answering Questions
(before, during, and after reading)
identifying Cause and Effect, and
Plot (the problem and solution)

3rd Quarter Sight Words
could, day, way, sleep, don’t,came, right, their,
away, how, know, want, one, now, saw, old, would,
blue, very, good, brown, about, around, 
by, into, boy, before, yellow, your 

Number Words
zero, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

Math 
We solve Application Problems by:
1) Reading- comprehend the words 
2) Drawing- draw a model
3) Solve- write and equation and sentence to answer the question.

Students continue to build fluency! We find the missing addend or sum in equations as well as complete Number Bonds by identifying the whole 
and parts. 


IMPORTANT: Click HERE  to view the different types 
of Word, Story, or Application Problems. 


Writing
Informational Writing

Does my sentence have S.W.A.G.?
Start with a capital letter
Written neatly
A finger space between words
Given punctuation at the end

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Focus in First (Jan. 14th-18th)

Important Dates:
January
Jan. 14th-17th Assessments
Jan. 15th-Chick-fil-a Spirit Night (5-7 pm)
Jan. 18th End of the 2nd 9 weeks
Jan. 18th- Early Dismissal
Jan. 21st MLK Day No School
Jan. 24th Report Cards Issued

The Related Arts Schedule Rotates
Week of January 14th
Monday A Day- Music
Tuesday B Day- Computer
Wednesday C Day- PE
Thursday D Day-PE
Friday- Non-rotation

Reading Skills: 
Point of View-Identify who is telling the story.
Main Idea- Identify the most important idea. The main idea is often stated in one sentence. This idea is supported throughout a passage called supporting details.
Summarize- Identify the most important parts of a story. Students use their own words to summarize.
Use Word Parts to Determine Word Meanings
We are Making and Confirming Predictions, Asking and Answering Questions (before, during, and after reading)
identifying Cause and Effect, and
Plot (the problem and solution).

2nd Quarter Sight Words
 then, this, that, jump, for, out, little, went, will, when, are, girl, her, with, any, from, like, water, but, do, long, my, no, where, an, they, she, yes, were, ride, walk, we, well, make, them, you, go, after, over, or, be, green, take, every, come, going, me, too, here, pretty, some,

Number Words
zero, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

Math 

We solve Application Problems by:
1) Reading- comprehend the words 
2) Drawing- draw a model
3) Solve- write and equation and sentence to answer the question.

Students continue to build fluency! We find the missing addend or sum in equations as well as complete Number Bonds by identifying the whole 
and parts. 


IMPORTANT: Click HERE  to view the different types 
of Word, Story, or Application Problems. 


Writing
Informational Writing

Does my sentence have S.W.A.G.?
Start with a capital letter
Written neatly
A finger space between words
Given punctuation at the end