Week 24 Update

Dear Parents/Guardians:


We had a fantastic 100’s day on Thursday!! I hope your student came home and showed you all their amazing treats from our big day! You’ll be getting our 100 words worksheet in their Friday folders, even though most are unfinished this is not homework.  Our kiddos worked for an hour (almost without complaining) writing words they saw in our classroom.  This is the longest they have ever focused on one task and I was so impressed!!! Thank you once again to those that sent it supplies for our 100s day snack and sent their kiddos to school in their 100s day shirts! We couldn’t do the fun things we do without our help and support!!


-Upcoming Events-

March 10th (Friday): School Carnival at 6pm *Our class is still accepting donations for the family game night raffle basket*

March 15th (Wednesday): Extreme Team Assembly 1:15-2:30

Spring Conferences: *Conference times will need to be signed up for via Skyward as the time gets closer, please contact the office if you don’t have your log information.  We will be getting out at noon during parent-teacher conferences.

March 28th (Tuesday), March 29th (Wednesday), & March 30th (Thursday)

March 31st (Friday): Early Release for Spring Break, 12pm dismissal


-What we’ve been learning- 

We are back to reminding ourselves to mind our own business!  How to ignore back behavior and worry about ourselves compared to when we do need to tell someone. 

Letters: Oo

Words: they, you, of

Writing: We worked on our letter formation.  Most the class has their letters shaped the correct way now is the tricky part of making them fit on the lines.  We’ve got a lot of too big or too small letters that they aren’t written as they are supposed to be. 

Math: Simple addition


-What we will be working on-

How to work as a team!  Help without just giving the answer, assistant in making the right choices without yelling, and how to talk out a problem rather than whine or tattle. 

Letters: Hh

Words: are, that do

Writing:  We will really be focusing on remembering to end our sentence with an ending mark.  We’ve talked about how periods are used to just tell something, question marks are used when asking something, and exclamation marks are used when we have a lot of feeling (no matter what the feeling is). 

Math: Simple Addition & reviewing teen numbers


-Things to work on at home-

Sounding out words

Counting to 100-By 1s, 5s, & 10s. 

Our sight Words (knowing them instantly and writing them), we’ll be up to 24 this coming up week)