LET THE LEARNING BEGIN!
Our "I can" statements for the week of 3/5/17
I can learn about Dr. Seuss and his importance to Children's literature.
I can learn strategies to subtract.
I can learn how addition and subtraction are related.
I can learn strategies to help me add three addends.
I can learn my doubles facts and the doubles rap.
I can learn how to use doubles facts to help me add/subtract 1.
I can learn strategies to add and subtract.
I can learn to count on by 1 and count on by 2.
I know the difference between ODD and EVEN numbers.
I can use pictures to help me add and subtract.
I can add/subtract vertically and horizontally.
I can subtract using zero.
I can learn about number order in a subtraction sentence.
I can learn to subtract through 10.
I will learn about the season of Lent and how it relates to me.
I can participate in the Stations of the Cross.
I can discuss the liturgy from Sunday's mass and how it relates to me.
I can treat others with kindness and respect.
I can learn why God sent us a Savior.
Reading/English Language Arts:
I can learn how to read and spell words using "sneaky" e.
I can learn word endings s, ed, ing and understand their meanings.
I can learn how to write about a topic and include 3-4 important details.
I can learn how to write a question.
I can put 4-5 words in ABC order.
I can write 3-4 complete sentences using capitals and periods.
I can read classroom magazine and identify important parts (i.e. heading, caption, diagram).
I can learn about synonyms and antonyms.
I can learn about nouns, adjectives and action verbs.
I can learn about sequence of events in a story.
I can learn "5 finger" retell (character, setting, beginning, middle, end).
I can learn word attack skills including blending sounds together to make cvc words.
I can write a response to a journal prompt in my journal using words and pictures.
I can learn about living and nonliving things.
I can discuss and learn about the needs of living things.
I can learn how animals are grouped by similar attributes.
Homework for the week:
Reading 25 minutes is expected each night. This can be your child reading to you or you reading to your child or a little bit of both. If your child needs sight word practice, this would be a great time to review these, too!
What's going on in S2TEM2:
I can begin to plan and engineer a moon rover out of commonly found items in our engineering lab. This rover will have to be able to move down a ramp.
We will be learning how to use our ipads and be responsible for them each day.
I can utilize my ipads to scan QR codes for classroom activities.