Mrs. Seeley's Weekly Stats
Reading comprehension is the ability to read text, process it, and understand its meaning. If word recognition is difficult, students use too much time trying to sound out individual words, therefore, interfering with the ability to comprehend the text. Practice will only make reading fluency and comprehension improve. Please practice reading with your child each night.
Phonics - This week we will focus on the long u sound spelled u, u_e, ue, and ew.
We will be writing nonfiction pieces about birds this week. We will emphasize good beginnings and endings, as well as adding the most important facts. We will add our writing to our informational posters.
We will continue studying measurement and graphing.
Please continue to use the flash cards sent home in the homework folder to review addition and subtraction facts.
This week we will wrap up our study of birds by creating a bird poster.
- Feb. 5 - Each child needs to bring in a medium sized (8x10), PLAIN GIFT BAG (pink, white, or red). We will use these to collect our Valentines at our party on Feb. 12.
- Feb. 4 - Super Bowl of Math 1:30-2:30 - Feel free to drop by and play a math game! Please have your child dress in football attire to support the Panthers or the Broncos.
- Feb. 5 - Friday Freeze
- Feb. 8 - Paine PTO 10:00 AM
- Feb. 9 - First Grade to Alabama Theater - Please have your child wear his/her field trip shirt. We will return to school by 12:00 so no need to make special lunch arrangements.
Super Star Student.........Ashton Amari
Favorite book: The Kissing Hand & Master Builder Hacks for Minecrafters
Favorite food: Papa John's Pizza
Favorite restaurant: Chick-Fil-A
When I grow up: I want to be a Scientist!
February Lunch Reservations -
Memo from Dr. Evans - The Twitter account of @TCSElprincipal will give you up to minute information from our elementary school.
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