Mrs. Weegar's First Grade
Week of October 28, 2013
We created and served delicious apple dishes during E Time on October 18th! Take a peek at some of our delicious dishes!
A new word sort was in yesterday's red folder! Please continue working on these with your children at home!
This week in Language Arts
-We have added Listen to Reading on an I touch and Word Work on an I pad to our Daily Five rotations. The learners are very excited about these new opportunities!
-We are writing this week to describe a pumpkin.
-We will practice correct formation of the lowercase letters l, and k as well as reviewing the lowercase letters that we have practiced so far.
-This week's words are: one, had, by, words, but
Please make sure that your child can quickly read these words by the end of the week.
-We are learning all about nouns this week. See if your child can sing you the Noun song!
Austin Weighty Word of the Week: flippant-having a light, pert, trifling disposition
Austin Quote of the Week: "As small as it may seem, a good deed is always worth doing." -Spark Matsunaga
- We will wrap up our unit on plants this week. The learners will be able to show me everything they have learned about plants by drawing a circle map in their Science Notebooks and writing or illustrating what they have learned about plants.
- We will also be discussing pumpkins and the life cycle of a pumpkin. Today, we learned that a pumpkin is a fruit and it grows on a vine.
October Citizenship Skill: Responsibility
For Your Calendar...
-10/30 First Grade Field Trip to Dallas Arboretum-POSTPONED
-10/31 Happy Halloween! Have your students wear black and orange today!
-11/1 Rise and Shine Assembly/Report Cards go Home
-11/4 1D Book Fair Preview Day
-11/5 1D Book Fair Purchase Day
-11/8 Grandparent's Day-please see note in today's red folder
-11/11 Veteran's Day Assembly at 8:15am
-11/12 PTO Meeting 6:30pm