Mrs. Shorter's Showcase
A Weekly Skills Agenda for the week of February 1-5, 2016
This Week in Review
Important Dates and Reminders/Homework
Important Dates and Reminders:
Feb. 5-Friday Freeze
Feb. 15-Schools Closed
Review all sight words
Review number recognition 1-20
Listen for and make rhyming words
Count to 100 by 10s and 1s
Practice listening for and saying all sounds in words (ex. Shoe=sh-oo; Cat=c-a-t)
Read from reading folder, poetry folder, and Ziploc bag of books
Complete homework sheets in agenda
Our Week in Pictures
The 100th Day of School
Look at how imaginative we are. Can you tell what we made with 100?
100 years old and counting
Do you know these little old ladies and gents? They managed to survive 100 days of learning this year.
If you lived 100 years ago, you might have dressed like this.
Teaching This Week...
Standards #s: RLK 1-10; RIK 1-10; RFK 1a-d, RFK2d2, 3a-d; WK 2-3, 7-8; SLK 1a-b, 2-6; LK 1a-f, 2a-d, 4a, 5a-d, 6
Read and use sight words in my writing
Name the five vowels, hear them in words, and use them in writing
Hear all sounds in words
Hear and make rhyming words
Concepts of Print:
Read what I write
Read from left to right (directionality)
Draw pictures to match the words
Write a nonfiction story
Use punctuation marks correctly
Use spaces between words
Use capital and lowercase letters correctly
Standards #s: KCC 1,3, 4a-c, 5-7; KOA 2, 3; KMD2-3; KG 1-4
Counting and Cardinality:
Find hidden partners in numbers 6-8
Make number bonds with numbers 6-8
Identify numbers 10-19
Count aloud to 100 by 10s and 1s
Weather-The Sun's Effects on Earth/Can we lessen those effects?
We will have a special snack to celebrate Valentine's Day on Feb. 13. We'll make this snack during our regular snack time. Please send $3.00 by Friday, February 5. We will also give out Valentine's cards. Please have your child sign 18 cards. We will not write classmates' names on the cards. You may send these to school beginning Friday, Feb. 5.
A 100 piece snack
Sorting our snack on a sorting tray into 10 groups of 10
Weighing our 100 items collections
We had to balance the scale by adding cubes in towers of 10s and 1s to find out who had the heaviest and lightest collection of 100 items.
The heaviest and lightest 100 items
Pennies were the heaviest and sequins were the lightest.