Weekly Family Notes: This Wednesday parents are invited into our classroom from 9:45-10:15 to hear students present their class books nominations. This week in…Reading; Students will share their partner read book by presenting a book “commercial” to the class. Then we will be learning how to determine what information is most important when reading and learning from nonfiction text. Writing; Students will be assessed on Opinion Writing Tuesday. We will begin learning about “Research Reports”. Math; Students will play games this week to firm up skills on telling time to 5-minutes. They will be assessed on Thursday. If you have any questions or concerns the best way to reach me is by email email@example.com.
Dates to Remember:
SPRING TIME RECESS
I have heard Springtime in New Hampshire referred to as "Mud season". As the weather is getting warmer snow pants may no longer be needed however, it is still important that children wear boots if they wish to play on the play ground.
Friday, March 17th~ Green Day!
DETAILS: Show your spirit by wearing green to school on Friday!
We will find out if the Leprechaun visited. Usually he causes all sorts of mischief. Sometimes he even leaves a little something for the kiddos!
IF STUDENTS WORK ON A LEPRECHAUN TRAP FOR HOME ON THURSDAY EVENING THEY CAN BE EXCUSED FROM HOMEWORK. JOT A NOTE ON THE HOMEWORK SHEET TO LET ME KNOW PLEASE.
A Typical Day
8:45-9:00 Morning Routines
9:00-9:30 Mon., Tues., Thurs.- Interventions; ST Math, WHT practice
Wednesday- ST Math
Friday- ST Fluency & interventions
9:30-10:15 Writer's Workshop
10:15-10:25 Snack Break
10:25-11:10 Reader's Workshop
11:10-11:40 Mon., Tues., Fri.- Word Study
Wed. & Thurs.- Typing Agent/Word Study independent practice
11:40-12:30 Recess & Lunch Break
12:30-12:45 Calendar & Shared Reading/Read Aloud
12:45-1:25 Unified Arts
1:30-2:00 Mon.-Word Study
Tues. & Thurs.- ST Math
1:30-1:50 Wed. & Fri.- Handwriting
2:00-2:55 Math Workshop
2:55-3:00 Dismissal Routine
We have snack at 10:15 every morning. Snack should not replace breakfast.
Please make sure your child has a healthy snack that will provide lasting energy to enhance their efforts in the classroom.
Great Ideas: Provide lasting energy
Foods to avoid: Provide little energy.