We had a great time going to the J Team Dairy and learning all about dairy farms and products. Thank you to the Elgin family and Mrs. Daniels and the 4-H crew.
This week we will be learning about safety and also harvesting from our garden.
Friday is Field Day. Rain date is Monday, June 10th.
I will not be sending home any more homework assignments. Keep reading, reading, reading throughout the summer!
For homework in addition to reading daily be sure to read your Community Helper booklet several times. When reading, remember to ask some of the comprehension questions which were included in your homework. In math, complete the addition paper and review identifying coins and adding coins up to 10 cents.
Look for your project update note in your Tuesday folder and begin working on your community helper project.
We are beginning to do end of the year testing this week. I know it's hard to believe! Spring PALS asssessments will be this week. Please be sure your child comes to school every day and is on time unless he is sick.
Have a great week!
For language arts be sure to include reading your take home booklets and books in a bag. Complete your reading contract and write one sentence about something you read.
In math review counting to 100. Continue to review identifying coins and their values. Add 2 nickels together and add 1 nickel and up to 5 pennies together. You may always go further with this by adding more coins. We are beginning to work on addition. Please complete the addition worksheet.
Look over the Community Helper paper, choose one of the projects you would like to work on, and return your choice by this Friday, May 3. Projects are not due until May 22.
Return your child's pictures or payment by May 3.
PTO Family Movie Night May 3 at 6:30.
Return the Community Helper project choice by May 3.
Have a great week!
This week for homework read daily, complete your reading contract, and write a sentnence about something you read. Be sure to read your take home books and book in a baggie. Practice reading and spelling your new sight words. In math complete the math worksheeet and work with identifying and knowing the value of coins. Also, practice being able to determine the value of a collection of pennies and nickels whose total value is ten cents or less.
Report cards go home on Tuesday, April 23.
We have been busy learning all about spring by reading stories, planting a garden, and writing and drawing pictures about spring. Thanks to the Master Gardeners who helped us plant our gardens and through the help of Mrs. L. Herndon we were able to get 2 wonderful rain barrels donated by the Culpeper Soil and Water Conservation Disetrict!
We will begin our new connect schedule on the 15th.
Monday - Technology, Tuesday - PE, Wednesday - Music, Thursday - Library/Art, Friday - PE
For homework this week, read daily including your Spring booklet and book in a baggie and complete you reading contract. Write a sentence about something you read. Sort coins into pennies, nickles, dimes, and quarters and write how much each coin is worth on the homework paper.
We had a fun Friday celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday by reading, rhyming, making hats, and wearing pajamas!
For homework, read every night, including your take home books and your book in a baggie, write a sentence, complete your reading contract, and look over your new sight words. Complete the math worksheet comparing minutes to hours.
I'm looking forward to seeing you at Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday evening or Friday morning. It's amazing how fast the year is going by!
Last week we finished learning about famous Americans and holidays. We celebrated the 100th day of school by making 100 tally marks, counting objects by 5's and 10's putting 100 pizza toppings on a pizza and sorting and counting before eating our delicious trail mix!
This week we will be reading lots of Dr. Seuss books to celebrate his birthday on March 2. In addition to reading please complete the fraction worksheet and your numeral writing paper. Practice writing your first and last name.
If you have not already done so, please remember to choose a time to meet for parent conferences.
Enjoy reading with your child!
The children really enjoyed putting their valentine cards in each other's mail trucks and reading their mail! Thanks for helping your child complete the names.
This week we will continue to learn about two famous Americans, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, as well as President's Day. Please remember to put your valentine poem in your notebook and read your Heart booklet. We will be celebrating 100's Day at school on Wednesday by counting and grouping items by 1's, 5's, and 10's. Be sure your child is able to count by 5's to 100 and by 1's to 70. We will finish up recording data and writing and counting tally marks and move on to identifying fractions to 1/2 and 1/4 this week.
Remember to return you book in a baggie every Friday.
PTO meeting is Monday, February 18.
Have a greaeet week.
We learned about Martin Luther King, Jr. last week. We read biographies, sang songs, learned a poem, and wrote about this famous American. This led to learning about Rosa Parks, also. Please put your new poems in your notebook at home.
For homework, read and write one sentence about something you read. Complete the Reading Contract and the review math worksheet.
The end of the 2nd 9 weeks is Friday, January 25th. Remember there is no school for students on the following Monday and Tuesday, January 28th and 29th.
We have been doing lots of assessing for language arts and will continue with some more assessing for math this week.
We read snow stories and discussed the 3 forms of water. In Math we worked on ordinal numbers to the tenth and counting objects and writing numerals to 15. Practice writing your numerals from 0 to 15 correctly on the worksheet. Please read over the letter which explains the sight word list and gives suggested activities to do at home.
As always, read, read, read!
Stay healthy and well! We had many students absent last week. I hope all will feel better and be back soon.