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Seen Happening in the Classroom Week 4

Please note we will review the basic phonics skills during the first few weeks of school.  This review period may be a little longer due to the hurricane impacting our schedule.  Following this we will begin to have weekly spelling tests. 

Please visit the beginning of each week to check on updates and to view the skills we will be learning. 

 

 

Reading:

Students will…

  • Match letter k to its sound /k/
  • Match letters ck to their sound /k/
  • Reread “The Tortoise and the Hare”
  • Retell “The Tortoise and the Hare”
  • Learn high-frequency words (do, this)
  • Review high-frequency words
  • Match letter e to its short /e/sound
  • Blend initial /e/e to make words
  • Recognize rhyme
  • Identify favorite things
  • Learn high-frequency words (what, for, here, little, was, my, look, has)
  • Match letter g to its sound /g/
  • Match letter w to its sound /w/
  • Read “Tooth Tales from Around the World”
  • Listen and respond to a story
  • Recall details in a nonfiction read aloud
  • Match letter v to its /v/ sound
  • Match letter j to its sound /j/
  • Match letter x to its sound /ks/
  • Listen to and sing a rhyme
  • Understand a song’s meaning and relate it to personal experience
  • Match letter u to its short /u/ sound
  • Blend initial /u/u to make words
  • Read “Alexander Graham Bell”
  • Listen and respond to a nonfiction biography selection
  • Recognize that story events happen in a sequence

Math:

Students will …

  • Take written assessment 1
  • Take oral assessment 1
  • Identify the steps in the problem-solving process
  • Use logical reasoning to solve a problem
  • Identify morning and afternoon
  • Identify first, last, between, and middle
  • Identify first, second, and third
  • Act out “Some, Some More” and “Some, Some Went Away” stories
  • Identify a triangle
  • Identify the number of sides and angles of a triangle
  • Sort by one attribute
  • Make a shape on a geoboard
  • Identify inside and outside

 

Social Studies:

Students will…

  • Use a map key and its symbols to located and identify points or areas on a map.
  • Give an example of the people you depend on in your community
  • Name important places in your community
  • Explain why people move from one place to another
  • Identify people in your community who have come from other places
  • Explain why people move from one country to another and how new people enrich a community
  • Explain the importance of community helpers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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