Mrs. Luther's First Grade

December 3-December 7, 2012

Bible Verse - Luke 2:10-11

And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.

Lesson-Jesus is Born

How did God make sure the shepherd’s would find the baby Jesus?

Last week we learned about John the Baptist, who help pave the way for Jesus. One thing we learned about him was that he ate locusts. We also ate locusts last week. We thought they would be yucky, crunchy, horrible, and bad, but we ended up liking our locusts!


Bible-study verse for the test this Thursday
Lang. Arts-Work on your spelling contract to turn in on Friday. Study for your spelling test.
Reading-Read your story Where Are My Animal Friends? each night and have your parents ask you questions about the story. Read an AR book at least 3 times to prepare for an AR test.
Math-Practice for test Thursday on addition. Complete 2-3 quizzes on, print out and send in on Thursday.

Some pictures of the week!

Upcoming Events

Dates to Remember

December 11- Elementary Christmas Program in the new Covington gym
December 19- Last day of school, Christmas Party
December 20-Jan. 2 Classes resume on Jan. 3rd
Jan. 21- MLK, Jr Holiday - no school
Feb. 1- Registration deadline for current students
Feb. 7- Early Release/Parent Meetings

Spelling and Vocabulary Words

story-Where Are My Animal Friends?
EQ-What happens to animals when seasons change?
skill-sequence, word choice, how to change a sentence
bigger, biggest, faster, fastest, slower, slowest, shorter, shortest, sadder, saddest, good-bye, before, Jesus, Christmas

spring-the season of the year between winter and summer, when plants begin to grow
warm-more hot than cold
goose-a large bird with a long neck
raccoon-a small animal with thick fur whose markings resemble rings on its tail and a black mask around it eyes

What we are studying:

suffixes of "er" to compare two things and "est" to compare three or more, adjectives, sequencing, doubles in addition and ways to remember doubles, habitats in science

These are good websites for practice: