Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Week of December 11-15, 2017

Here’s a peek at next week!
Responsive Classroom/Positive Discipline: Community building; problem solving
Phonics Family Words: review
Phonics: review
Reading: Daily 5 implementation - Comparing/contrasting texts on the same and different topic
Mentor Sentence: “The Polar Express let out a loud blast from its whistle and sped away.” -Polar Express
L.Arts: Sentence correction within mentor texts; adjectives, verbs, conjunctions, synonyms
Writing Workshop: Holiday themed writing; Small moment stories
PBL: Chemo Care Packages
Math: Review; addition/subtraction preview


Homework
  1. Study Phonics Family Words/Sight Words
  2. READ! - Headsprouts practice/”Book in a Bag”

First Grade PBL
As a part of our grade level service learning project, we are collecting soda tabs for the Ronald McDonald House all year starting in October. Send tabs in at any time in a plastic bag, and we will do the rest!
Chemo Care Packages - Service Learning
Thank you for helping fill Chemo Care Packages this holiday season! The patients at University Cancer & Blood Center will surely appreciate your generosity.

Polar Express Day
Your child may bring their favorite stuffed animal and blanket or towel to lay with while we watch the Polar Express. Everything must fit in your child’s book bag. – Thursday, December 14th

Class Party
Our class party will be on Friday, December 15th from 1:30-2:15. I have contacted parents who have been volunteer trained to help with the party and will be setting them up at stations to help at the party. If you volunteered to donate anything, please send in items by the 14th (unless they are hot/cold items) so I can get an inventory and pick up any additional items needed that evening. Hot/cold items may be dropped off by 1:00 in the office on December 15th.
Thank you for all you do!
Upcoming Events
Class Parties (students and volunteer trained parents) - December 15th at 1:30
Holiday Break - December 18-January 2nd
Students Return to School - January 3rd

Report Cards Go Home - January 5th

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