MRS. BORROW'S BROADCAST:
Monday, May 10, 2021
Office Hours: Monday- Thursday 8:00 am-5:30pm; Friday 8:00 am- 3:45.
First Grade will lead Mass on Thursday, May 13th. All reading parts have been given. If your child has a reading part please make sure they are practicing each day. This is an exciting stepping stone for the children. :-)
We will go over and practice at the church this week.
SHOW AND TELL:
Monday: Amiyah, Aurora,Isabella
Tuesday: Antoine, Aubrey, Londyn
Wednesday: Maxim, Lauryel, Julian, Kenneth
Thursday: Azazel, Eric, Ameer
Friday: Ademi, Beslin, Liam
Reading- Our next story will be: "The Lesson." We will work on decoding words with the "ou and ow" sounds. Many students are beginning to read with expression; please keep practicing with your child. We will describe characters and their actions. We will also work on words with the "re" prefix.
Spelling- The students are required to complete two sentences on the spelling test. The sentences include spelling words. Each sentence is worth 3 points: 1 point- correct spelling; 1 point- capitalization; 1 point- punctuation.
Spelling list: loud, cloud, proud, found, round, sound, town,clown, brown, frown.
1. The brown cloud was round and proud.
2. The loud clown was found in town.
Writing- We will choose a topic for an informational book. We will research, plan, draft, and create an ending for an informational book.
Math-We are finishing time. Your student should be able to tell time to the half hour. We will be moving on to two dimensional shapes. We will review the terms rectangle, square, circle. We will learn about vertices, closed sides, equal sides, and closed corners.
Religion- We have been reviewing our final unit in Religion. We will end the year by focusing on Mary (we honor her in a special way during the month of May), we will learn about the Ten Commandments, and we will celebrate the churches birthday on Pentecost.
Science- We will end the year by learning about weather and cloud types.
Social Studies- We are learning how to read a timeline. We are beginning to understand how our communities, clothing, and our lives have changed throughout history. We are thinking about the vocabulary words: past, present, and future. We are also learning about primary sources.