Biehl's Blurb 5/13/16

Ms. Biehl's Class, Room 103- Great things happen here!

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All Belong, All Learn, All Lead, Lions Succeed!

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Specials Schedule

Monday- Media

Tuesday- PE

Wednesday- Art

Thursday- Field Day

Friday- Music

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We Are Wild About Learning

Here's what we will be studying in first grade next week:


Reading
  • I can get interested in a topic and get better at learning a lot about it by reading many different lots of different kinds of books and ones that are in a bunch of genres.
  • If I’m ready to learn about a topic, I can find a way to learn stuff from all kinds of texts, even from stories and poems.
  • When there are important words and phrases in the texts that I read, I can get better at using them to as I think and talk.
  • When I have a pile of books and other texts that tell about a topic, I can take all I learn from one text and add it to what I learn from the next.
  • After I’ve read many books on a topic, I can teach others the information I’ve learned and my opinions about that topic.


Writing

  • I can generate fiction ideas from my own live or reading mentor texts.
  • I can write a series and always have a lot to write about.


Math

  • I can partician circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares.
  • I can describe equal shres using the words halves, fourths, and quarters.
  • I can describe a whole as two of or four of the share.

Science

  • I can describe the basic needs of animals.
  • I can describe the relationships between the physical structures of animals and the functions of those structures.
  • I can distinguish between plants and animals based on observable structures and behaviors.