September 1- Labor Day Holiday
September 4- Home School Meeting - 6:30
September 17- Diocesan Education Conference
September 26 - School Pictures
I am very pleased with the children's accomplishments these last few weeks. They have made wonderful progress in covering curriculum as well as doing some pair and group work. As we step into the end of a month and begin October, the work will be getting more challenging. Remember to always do some reading at home. You can tell when a child does reading at home, because they are more adept at knowing vocabulary, and/or how to decode new words.
We will be beginning subtraction. The next few weeks we will be counting backwards, using a number line or ten frames, and memorizing our subtraction facts.
Journal writing is extremely important. Look over your child's book. They all have different mistakes. Proofreading is a good way to become better writers. All sentences must have capitals and ending marks.
Homework - Sept. 22 - 26th
Math: Pages 50 to 66/ Depending upon daily work with Subtraction
Reading: Pr. Bk.Pgs. 26,27/ 31,34 Comprehension skills/ New Voc.
Saxon - Pattern ar, er, ir, ur
Spelling: Pr.Bk. Pg.16 and words on paper
Austin - Sept.17
Xiomara - Sept.22
Gavin - October 3
Gabriella - October 18
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
MATH-Subtraction Facts/ Difference/ Counting backwards/Ten Frames
READING- Genre/Characters/ Main Idea/Sequence/Retell story
PHONICS-Saxon- ar, er ,or ir, ur sounds/ words
GRAMMAR-Capital letter and ending marks/ Different Kinds of Sentences
SPELLING- vowel combination words
SCIENCE- What A Scientist Does
SOCIAL STUDIES- Why Rules Are Important