Mrs. Jandebeur's Class
Tuesday - Return library book
Friday - Send back Thursday folder and Homework folder - Gingerbread Houses
I hope it's not too late of notice for this, but I'd really love to have the kids make gingerbread houses this Friday after lunch. Some of you had mentioned you didn't get a chance to participate in the feast, so this is another opportunity. We will need the following items:
Graham crackers (2-3 boxes)
Icing (2-3 tubs)
Assorted candy items (such as marshmallows, skittles, peppermints, gum drops, chocolate chips, etc.)
Please let me know ASAP via email or phone if you can help out by sending something! Sorry for the late notice.
HOMEWORK - THIS IS SO EXCITING!
One little note to you. When we assess students, the book they read is one they have NEVER seen or heard before. We are not allowed to tell them anything other than the title and what the book is about. That is very difficult so if you are sitting with your child to read, encourage them to try to read it without listening and see how they do. The reason I suggest they listen to it when we are in class is because I will have 19 kids running toward me saying they don't know a word in the book.
Again, I'm so excited to have this as part of our homework. Continue your sight word practice (because that is the majority of their reading - if they know their sight words, they will be able to easily read a level D by the end of the year.) And READ AS MANY DAYS OF THE WEEK AS YOU CAN!
Sight words: was, ride
Reading: Cause and Effect
Writing: Organizing a story (beginning, middle, end), sentence structure
Math: Comparing numbers to 10, one more - one fewer
The season of giving is here . . . .
- Thin tip dry erase markers
- old magazines
- flyers from stores (especially toy stores!)