Mrs. Lyons' Class

First Grade Math, Science, Social Studies

Week 23! February 2nd-6th

February is such a pretty month! Pink and red, hearts and flowers! The calendar is full this month with lots of fun things!


Dates to Remember:

** Krewe of Gators: Due Monday, February 2nd if participating

Little Mudita Resumes: Wednesday, February 4th

Parent Lunch: Friday, February 6th

Mardi Gras Pep Rally: Friday February 6th at 2:00 Purple & Gold Dress Day!

Valentine Exchange & Noon Dismissal: February 13th

Winter Holiday: No School February 16th & 17th

Spring Book Fair: Wednesday, February 18th

Math

Complete Chapter 11: Order and Compare Numbers

Excel Lessons 80-84

February Math Centers

Groundhog Math Game: Missing addends, comparing numbers, and word problems

Unit 4: Chapter 11

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Chapter 11 Math Test Study Guide (Test Friday)

Vocabulary: greater than, less than, equal to, before, after

Write the number that comes just before or just after.

Color by ordinal number.

Estimate with groups of ten.

Compare numbers using symbols <,> and = .

Problem solving questions.

Science (Test Friday)

This week we will be learning about weather! What better way to start than with Groundhog's Day on Monday! We will learn more about this day with a short reading of About Groundhog's Day, charts and graphs with a class survey, and a Groundhog craft. Tuesday we will jump into our lesson with a BrainPop video and a reading from our textbook to learn all about weather. I also have an activity packet and some experiments! If we have a nice cloudy day, we will go outside and explore the clouds in the sky!
Chapter 7, Lesson 1 and 2

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Social Studies

We pick up with Social Studies on Monday, February 9th with a two week unit on Presidents.

This Week's Featured Books

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Free $5 Book Coupons will be sent home with February Flyers!

AdaptedMind Math

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