Monday, November 28, 2016

December Will Be Busy....

December flies by every year. It is a very busy time in our classroom. We have lots of fun projects planned in conjunction with our usual learning. I have dates posted in the upcoming events section for some of our specific activities.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

New Year Approaching

I always get excited as each new year approaches. It is a chance to revamp my classroom, try new things and meet new students. Of course I am lucky enough to already know most of my students since I get to loop with them. I have loved the experience of looping because I know where most of my students are at the beginning of the second year which allows me to get leveled groups up and running right at the beginning of the year. I know this year is going to be a " Super" year! Watch for upcoming updates and I am looking forward to seeing all of my students on Monday, August 15 for Back to School Night.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Conference Week

This week is going to fly by and the schedule is crazy. School gets out on Monday at 1:30 and  Tuesday at 2:30. Then students are released at 12:00 the rest of the week to allow teachers and parents to meet and discuss individualized learning goals for all students.

In class we will be focusing on the letters 'Ii" and "Tt." We will also be reviewing our HFW's and focusing on "the." During math, we are still working on numbers 1-10 primarily with a focus on representing them using tally marks. We will continue to have fun as we read and learn about penguins.

Monday, January 11, 2016

What’s Happening January 11, 2016

Martin Luther King, Jr
On Monday, January 18th we will not have school in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout the week we will be talking about him and his achievements.
ELA
In the mornings we will be focusing on two letters a week.  This week we are working on the letters “a” and “m.” We will be reviewing letter recognition but shifting much of our attention to letter sounds. We are also starting guided reading groups. Each child will have their own bag of books in the classroom that they are able to read independently.
Animal of the week
“LILAH”
This month’s character trait is Responsibility!

 Homework for this week:
ELA
Monday “am” paper: trace it, box it, color it and write it.
Tuesday “am” paper read the sentences and color in one circle for each.
Wednesday “am” paper read the sentences and color in one circle for each.
Thursday “am” paper read the sentences and color in one circle for each. and color in a
MATH
Students practice counting as high as they can and writing numbers 0-10 at their ability level.

IMPORTANT DATES
1/18 MLK Day/ No School
1/22 TK/K Teachers out/ on campus meeting
1/27-1/29 Conferences/ Minimum Days


Sunday, November 15, 2015

The Week Before Thanksgiving

This last week I am sure will fly by. We have 2 different hats to make a turkey and a native american head dress. We will also be squeezing in a  few other themed crafts. We will conclude our week with a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. The students will enjoy the same treats as the Peanut Gang while they watch the movie. The student surprise this week will be that on Friday we are planning a comfy P.J. day. This is always one of our favorite type dress up days.

Oops...in the homework section the word "can" accidently appears twice. One of them should be "the."

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

THANKSGIVING

Next week we will be learning about the Mayflower and its voyage as part of our work in Social Science. We will wrap up our unit with a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving!

Sunday, October 25, 2015

We have been having a blast making a lot of October themed projects and we will continue the fun this week as we explore Monsters, Mummies, and Ghosts. I can't wait to see all of the kiddos being creative through themed play and arts and crafts projects.