First Grade News

May 23-26, 2016

Important Dates

Please sign up to bring supplies for the End of the Year Party www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0C4DADA82DA57-alice

May 26- Guidance Class- 9:30

May 27th & May 30th- NO SCHOOL

June 2nd- Last Day of School & Mav Fan Jam 8:10am

* Alice In Wonderland/Mad Hatter Tea Party 11:00am-12:00pm

Last Day of School Schedule

8:10-9:10 Mav Fan Jam

9:10-10:10 Classroom Activities

10:10-10:45 Recess

11:00-12:00 Tea Party (LUNCH)

12:00-12:45 Specials

12:50-2:45 Classroom Activities

2:45- Get Ready for Dismissal

Mad Hatter Hat Contest

Reminder: Your child will be creating a hat at home for the Tea Party on Thursday, June 2, 2016.

***HOMEWORK***

Awards will be presented to the first graders for:

*Fanciest

*Most Creative

*Funniest

*Most Dramatic

*The Maddest Hat of All

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ALICE In WONDERLAND PARTY

Invitation

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Character Of The Month: Gratitude

* Feeling Thankful

*Being Grateful

* Showing Appreciation

* Returning Kindness

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HOMEWORK:

** Work on creating your HAT for the Tea Party**

Thank you for working so hard with your child!!!!

Monday-Wednesday

* NO READING RESPONSE THIS WEEK

Continue to practice addition and subtraction fluency

*** Youtube- https://youtu.be/ybEr-s9SPIg

* Practice Reading for 20 minutes each night & record it on the READING LOG

*Practice FRY WORDS

WEEKLY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Reading:

Focus: Chapter Book- Alice in Wonderland

* New Vocabulary from the story

* Synonyms

* Using a Dictionary


Word Work & Grammar:

Review: Contractions, Punctuation, ABC Order, & Compound Words


Writing:

Focus: Responding to Alice in Wonderland & Picking topics to write about


Math:Cont-

Review Week- Time- Hour & Half Hour, Money- Identifying & Counting, Solving Addition & Subtraction Word Problems, Place Value, Greater Than/Less Than

Finish- District Assessment


Science/Social Studies:

* Science/Social Studies Assessment

Communication

Students will learn the definition of communication. Students will also explore problems that can arise with the lack of communication and miscommunication. Students investigate types of communication and the communication rules involved in each type.

Lesson Content Objective:

  • Define communication as a way of receiving and sending information to others.
  • Identify problems, gather information, list and consider options, consider advantages and disadvantages, choose and implement a solution, and evaluate the effectiveness of the solution

Lesson Language Objective:

  • Define communication by expressing his/her opinions and ideas in social grade level topics.


Vocabulary



  • communication: sending and receiving of information; speech, signals, writing, or behavior

READING FLUENCY

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READING COMPREHENSION

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