Sunday, April 22, 2012

What's Happening the Week of April 23rd Through April 27th

This Week's Events:

Oue K-1 Field Trip will be on Thursday, April 26th.
"Renaissance Day" is on Friday, April 27th.


Phonics----The students will be learning about "sneaky e".  The "a-e" sound---keyword---"cake"; and "o-e"sound----keyword---"hose", will be learned.   Some "a-e" words will be:  cake, cave, plane, wave, cane, and gate,  Some "o-e" words will be:  hose, globe, home, pole, rope, bone, and cone.

Reading----The students will be reading word lists and stories.

Handwriting----The students will be printing the "Commandments".

Math----The students will be learning how to count by "2's"; learning about odd and even number; and taking a cumulative review.  "Rocket Math" worksheets will also be done.

Religion----The students will be learning about the "Bible Stories"----":David and Goliath", "Daniel and the Lions", and "The Good Shepherd".

First Grade

Reading----The students will be reading the story, "Poppleton Everyday", pp. 156-178, and the story "Sleep Is For Everyone".

English----The students will be reviewing sentence rules, the naming part of the sentence, and the action part of a sentence.

Spelling----The students will will be taking a spelling test over Unit 34.  Then, Unit 35 spelling words will be studied.  The spelling words in Unit 35 are:  flagpole, backpack, raincoat, sunset, sailboat, railroad, playpen, inside, bathtub, and bedtime.  The bonus words are: airplane, doorbell, walk, again, and pretty.  The spelling test will be on Tuesday, May 1st.

Handwriting----The students will be printing the "Commandments".

Writing----The students will be writing a story with the characters from "The Puddle" story.  The students will also be writing stories in their "Reading and Writing" Journals.

Social Studies----Everyone will be reviewing "graphs" and "maps".  On Friday, April 27th, everyone will be learning about the "Renaissance Era", through our "Renaissance Day" at school.

Science----Everyone will be learning about "What is in the sky?", "Motion",and "Magnets".

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