Classroom News November 26th-30th

Religion:Students will learn about the ways of being like Jesus.

Math: Students will identify subtraction facts (sentences, difference, fact family).

Social Studies: Students will describe characteristics of weather and how weather influences the way people live.

Science:Students will explain the effects of Earth’s rotation and orbit around the sun.

Spelling: The spelling test will be this Friday (words: bus, pup, mug, tub, but, fun, six, him, scrub, plug).

Reading/Writing: Students will continue to identify the 5W’s and record the sequence of events in stories.  Students will also identify common, proper, singular, and plural nouns.

Consonant blend words: bl, cl, fl, sl.

Classroom News November 12th -20th

Writing: Students will write complete sentences using a capital letter and a punctuation mark.  Students will identify common and proper nouns.

Spelling: Students will take a spelling test this Tuesday.  Spelling words: dog, top, not, box, jog, on, yes, bed, frog, trot.

Reading: Students will identify vowel teams and consonant word sounds.

Math: Students will identify and create addition patterns.

Social Studies: Students will identify natural resources and where they come from.

Science: Students will explain how environments support different types of plants.

Religion: Students will understand that God wants us to love him and everybody.

Classroom News November 5th- 9th

Religion: Students will understand that God wants us to love him and everybody.

Spelling: This Friday’s spelling test will be a review of previous spelling words: has, have, them, yes, get, did, as this, if, him.

Students will practice using these words in sentences.

Reading/Writing: Students will identify the sequence of events and the 5w’s in stories.

Science: Students will understand the importance of a plant’s life cycle.

Math: Students will use a number line to count on and add sums.

Social Studies: Students will understand the importance of natural resources in our world.  Students will identify natural resources that we use in daily life.

Classroom News October 22nd- 26th

Religion: Students will understand that being kind to others is doing God’s will.

Writing: Students will identify the main idea and practice retelling stories in sequential order.

Spelling: Please review the following spelling words: six, hit, did, if, him, is, as, and, will, this.

*The spelling test will be next Friday.  Please continue to review previous spelling words along with our new words.

 

Math: Students will identify the parts of addition problems (sum, part-part whole, plus, equals).

Science: Students will understand that flowers, fruit, and seeds help plants make new plants.

Social Studies: Students will identify and compare physical features of a community.

Classroom News October 15th- 19th

Religion- Students will understand that Ordinary Time is a time to be thankful for God’s creation.

Writing- Students will identify the main idea.  Students will also use simple sentences in writing to record the sequence of events in a story.

Spelling- This week, we will focus on short vowel e words.  Students will practice using spelling words in class;  The spelling test will be this Friday.  Spelling words: jet, bed, yes, peg, gem, get, red, ten,  them, when.

Math- Students will identify and recite Ordinal Numbers while understanding that these numbers show a position.

Science- Students will identify the parts of a plant.

Social Studies- Students will identify continents and oceans in our world.

 

Classroom News October 9th-12th

Religion- Students will understand that God gives us peace.  Students will identify the Trinity.

Writing- Students will identify the main idea in a story.  Students will think about how we can compare books to books, books to ourselves, and books to the world.

Spelling- Students will practice using spelling words in class.  The first spelling test will be this Friday.

Math- Students will identify Ordinal Numbers and understand that these numbers show a position.

Science- Students will identify the parts of a plant.

Social Studies- Students will identify continents and oceans in our world.

Classroom News- October 1st – 5th

Religion- Students will understand how God gives us peace.

Writing- Students will neatly write uppercase and lowercase letters on lined paper.  Students will learn about the purpose of writing by recognizing the main idea.

Spelling- Our words for the week: hat, am, had, and, as, can, man, cat, has, have.  Students will write each word and use it in a sentence.  *Vocabulary quiz this Friday.

Math- Students will recognize numbers that are “fewer than, greater than, less than, before and after.”

Science- Students will understand what living things need to survive

Social Studies- Students will identify and record information found on a calendar.  Students will also understand why people move from place to place.

 

Classroom News

Religion: Students will discuss and retell the story of Moses and his call to God (EX 2-3).

Writing: Students will neatly write letters and numbers on lined paper.  Students will be mindful of line spacing between words.

Math: Students will recognize and write patterns (shapes, colors, growing patterns).

Science: Students will understand what living things need to survive (nutrients/ energy).

Social Studies: Students will identify locations using a map and a globe (Country, state).  Students will discuss why people move from place to place.

A Note From Ms. Smith

Hello First Grade Families!

Multi-subject practicing packets have been sent home today.  Please review the packet with your child this weekend to reinforce our classroom learning.  Please note that I will not be collecting completed packet work.  This is for you and your child to use as at home practice and quiz/test preparation.

Have a great weekend and happy learning!

September 17th – 21st

Classroom News

Religion- Students will discuss how Jesus brings us God’s love

Writing- Students will neatly write letters and short sentences on lined paper.  Students will also use good sitting posture and positioning

Math- Students will identify and write numbers and number words.  Students will discuss “less than, greater than, equal”

Science- Students will think like scientists to observe and classify living and non living things

Social studies- Students will identify roles and places in society ( family, leader, community, country, job)