Miss Barone (Grade 1)

Week of 2/19-2/22

Subject Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
ELA

No School: President’s Day

Tuesday Spelling Menu: Write each memory and pattern word two times and circle the consonants.

Read for 15 min. or more with parents. Write the title of the book you read to your parent on the circle.

LIBRARY TOMORROW: PLEASE RETURN LIBRARY BOOKS TOMORROW.

 

 

Wednesday Spelling Menu: Write each memory and pattern word. Then trace them each three times in different colors.

Read for 15 min. or more with parents. Write the title of the book you read to your parent on the circle.

 

 

Thursday Spelling Menu: Write each pattern word in a sentence. Underline the spelling word in the sentence.

Read for 15 min. or more with parents.

 

Read for 15 minutes.

Math

NO SCHOOL: PRESIDENT’S DAY

Practice counting coins. Give students a group of different coins to practice counting.

Practice math skills on Splashmath

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Math Quiz: Coins Moved To Tomorrow 

Practice math skills on Splashmath

 

 

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Math Quiz: Coins

Practice math skills on Splashmath

 

 

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Practice math skills on Splashmath

Practice math skills on Splashmath

 

 

Other: Additional Web Resources

Practice your math and reading skills at the following websites:

ELA: abcya.com or starfall.com

Math: Splashmath or education.com games

 

Practice your math and reading skills at the following websites:

ELA: abcya.com or starfall.com

Math: Splashmath or education.com games

Practice your math and reading skills at the following websites:

ELA: abcya.com or starfall.com

Math: Splashmath or education.com games

Practice your math and reading skills at the following websites:

ELA: abcya.com or starfall.com

Math: Splashmath or education.com games

Practice your math and reading skills at the following websites:

ELA: abcya.com or starfall.com

Math: Splashmath or education.com games

Dear parents/guardians,

 

SCHOLASTIC:

You can order online at https://clubs.scholastic.com/cart My teacher code is RL7YM

REMINDERS:

A couple reminders: Please remember to have students wear their gym uniforms  and return LIBRARY BOOKS on TUESDAY.  I will collect books the day before. Students should now be wearing their winter uniform. Lastly, please check the weather every morning. Students walk between the buildings for specials. It is important that have appropriate attire for rainy or cold days. Please refer to the schedules list below as a reminder. As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions. alyssa.barone@stmikes22003.org 

 

Sincerely,

Miss Barone

                                                        SPECIALS SCHEDULE

Monday: Spanish

Tuesday: Gym and Art (Students must wear their complete gym uniform with sneakers on Tuesday) (please bring library books back today)

Wednesday: Music, Library, Science Lab

Thursday: Computers

Friday: Mass, STREAM

 

 

Dear Parents,

We had a great week in room 6! Our class started our money unit. Students are practicing counting money amounts with coins. Counting coins can be a challenging concept for learners. Students must know how to count by 10’s 5’s and 1’s in order to successfully count coins. Please practice these skills are home. The more students practice, the easier it is to use their counting skills with money.

Our class continued to work with long vowels this week. We studied words that have a silent e at the end of the word. We call this “bossy e”. Our class learned that when bossy e comes along and joins the end of the word it tells the vowel to sound long. Practice this skill at home. Give students real and made up words to reinforce this skill. Here are some examples:

Cap   Cape

Tap Tape

Hid  Hide

Rak Rake

Have students sound out the word. Then add the e on the end. Ask students what the word is and have them explain why the word changed (silent e changes the vowel to a long sound). It is okay to use made up words when practicing these skills. Ask student after each word if it is a real word or a silly word. The most important thing is that students are understanding the long vowel.

We had a blast celebrating the 100th day of school and Valentines Day. We tried to read 100 books, wrote about what we would do when we are 100 years old, made creations using 100 cups, created necklaces out of 100 fruit loops, put together a 100’s chart puzzle, played a game where students had to add their way to 100, and tried to find 100 words around the room. Thank you for everyone who brought in cards and treats to share with the class. The students really enjoyed sharing their Valentines with their classmates!

-Miss Barone