• Science

    Posted by Sarah Terrell on 8/13/2018 6:00:00 AM

    This week we will focus on science safety and the expectations of our science notebook. We will begin to discuss the Nature of Science by asking questions and exploring the answers together.

    Standard: SC.1.N.1.1

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  • ELA

    Posted by Sarah Terrell on 8/13/2018 6:00:00 AM

    This week in ELA we will begin with the charactersitics of storites and fables focusing on characters, plot, setting and moral. Standard: RL.1.3 

    We will read stories such as:

    • "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" 
    • "The Maid and the Milk Pail"
    • "The Goode and the Golden Egg" 
    • "The Dog in the Manger"
    • "The Wolf in Sheeps Clothing"
    • "The Fox and the Grapes"

    Please read stories and fables with your child at home and ask them questions such as: 

    • What is the setting of this story?
    • Who are the characters?
    • What is the moral? Why do you think this is the moral?

    When they complete reading ask them to retell the story using the begining, middle and end. Remember, we just got off of summer break, its okay to help them! (: 

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  • Math

    Posted by Sarah Terrell on 8/13/2018 6:00:00 AM

    As we transition back into to school we will begin the year with addition and subtraction!

    Standard: MAFS.1.OA.1

    Your student will begin with reviewing addition and subtraction within 10 at first and then building upon that as we get into the school year. This first week will be mainly addition and we will begin working into center rotations so that we can get into hands-on learning as quick as possible. 

    At home, practice addition flashcards with your student so that they are able to recognize how to make 10 quickly. 

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  • Social Studies

    Posted by Sarah Terrell on 8/13/2018 6:00:00 AM

    The main focus this week for social studies is going to be procedures. Students will learn and practice and repeat the expectations for the classroom and the procedure for doing things around the room and school. I have high expectations for my students and I remind them every day that the better we follow expectations and procedure then the more fun we can have. Please talk with your students about the importance of following rules and expectations in the classroom! 

    We will also begin discussing the order of things and how to think chronologically.

    Standard: SS.1.A.3.1

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