Read Across America Challenge
- The students are challenged to read as many books as they can.
- The students who read a lot books during this month will be rewarded.
- The Read Across America reading log is in your child homework folder
- Keep it in the homework folder to praise those who are reading a lot and encourage those who aren't reading enough.
- If a student finishes his/her first sheet of the reading log, another one will be provided
- The challenge continues till March 31st
Dr. Seuss Books
If you have any Dr. Seuss book/s that your child wants to share with his/her friends, please bring it to school.
You are welcome to come a read us a book of your choice. Please let me know if you are interested.
What We've Learned This Week
- The students defined the word “ famous”.
- They wrote the definition, put the word in a sentence, and drew a picture related to the word “famous” on their vocab Notebook.
2. Parts of a letter
- They prepared their Flat Stanley Project.
- The students listened to Dr. Seuss’s Bio passages being read.
- The students scanned the passage for sight words and assigned key words such as “ Writer”, “ cartoonist”, “ famous”, and “Massachusetts”
- They answered a few comprehension questions about the reading.
- The students practiced telling time (digital & analog) in five-minute interval.
2. Placing value (tens and ones)
- The students identified the number of tens and ones in numbers 1-100.
- The students were introduced to Dr. Seuss, the writer & cartoonist
- They listened to his biography read to them by the older students in “ Read Across America” assembly.
- They listened to Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, & There is a Wocket in my Pocket.
1. Food groups
- We concluded our nutrition project by writing about the food consumed on daily basis (in breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
- The students took some to think and reflect upon the title of the project “ You Are What You Eat”.
- They stated whether the think of themselves as healthy or unhealthy.
2. States of Matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas)
Writing & Handwriting Skills
They practiced writing their spelling words in their journal using 3 activities from the spelling activity sheet (writing words 3 times, rainbow words, and circling consonants in each word.
Question to Ask Your Child
- What does “famous” mean?
- What are the parts of a letter?
- How many tens and ones are in the following numbers: 4, 36, 71,99, 41?
What are the states of matter?
- Who is Dr. Seuss?
- Name some of Dr. Seuss’s books.
- Wacky Wednesday
- Dress in mismatched clothes
- Spring camp registration forms are due
- Reading Under the Stars @ 6:30-7:30
- Professional Development Day
- School is closed