March 24, 2023
Our New Teacher Cadet
We are so lucky to have Miss Holly in our classroom every other morning. She is a teacher cadet from Dutch Fork High School. She has been so helpful with the students. She reads with them and helps with their literacy workstations.She will be with us for the next few months!
Meet our new student Jewelai! We are so happy to have her join our class!
Word Wall Words
Pictured above are this week’s new words. These are the LAST two words of the year. Please have your child practice at home. A big thank you to Zamora for coloring this week’s page. Below, she put together simple word puzzles.
Bessie-Grace has built words using foam letters.
We worked on words that end in ay. The children had to figure out what letter to put in front to create a new word.
This week we wrote our own “How to” books. These books have three steps. The children think of something they know how to do and teach the steps to the reader. Grace wrote “How to Make Cookies.”
As readers, we are learning to use facts to support our opinions.Aaliyah likes this book because it teaches us how bananas go from a tree, travels, and ends up on our table!
We worked on -op words during Word Work. The students were tickled to discover this book had a lot of -op rhyming words!
We are learning how to decompose numbers. It is the skill of starting with a number and breaking into parts. For instance, 14 is 10 and 4 more.
Aria and Noah worked hard on their cut and paste activity. It is so beneficial to their learning, while they are just having fun! They work on following directions, tracing, cutting skills, spacial awareness and gluing skills.
This week we are learning about what animals need to live.
Below are the students who completed their 3rd quarter Environmental Science Challenge. Great job!!!
We had to share with you! The kiddos were adorable on picture day!
Would your child know how to call you if they were lost? Let’s focus on learning a phone number this month.