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Here are the skills we are working on this week:

  • Abuela U4W6

    Posted by Tracy Malone on 2/23/2020
    Reading:
     Abuela
    Setting
    • What is this skill? The setting of a story is where it happens and when it happens. A setting can be a real place or an imaginary (make-believe) one.

    • Why is this important? Knowing about the setting can help a reader better understand the story. Good readers look for clues that tell about the setting to help them create pictures in their minds about the story.

    • Sight Words:
      • REVIEW: I, am, the, little, a, to, is, have, we, my, like, for, he, me, she, with, look, see, they, look, of, are, that, do, one, two, three, four, five, here, go, from, in, at, can, had
    • LettersReview all Letters and sounds
    • Grammar: Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives, Meaningful Sentences
    • Phonemic awareness:
      • Initial Sounds: Say the beginning sound you hear in a word
      • Final Sounds: What is the last sound you hear?
      • Middle Vowel sounds
      • Syllables: How many syllables in word? 
      • Rhyming: Which words rhyme?
      • Onset Rhyme: c+at  p+at....
      • Sounds in a word: p/a/t
      • Blends (sl, bl, st, cr, )
    • Phonics:
      • Decode, read and write...
        • CCVC words (ie, plot, crop, trip, flip, slip)
        • Digraphs /sh/ /ch/  /th/  
        • Short and long vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u)
    • Writing:
      • Letter and number formation
      • Write a proper sentence using sight words and first sounds in words
      • Proper use of periods, question marks, exclamation points
      • Spaces between words
      • Daily journal writing
      • Character, setting & details with words and pictures
      • Fiction vs Non-fiction
      • Thank You's

     

    • Writing
      • Daily Fix It
      • Write complete sentences
      • Daily journal writing
      • Character, setting & details with words and pictures
    Math
    • Module 4: Number Pairs, Addition and Subtraction to 10
    • In Topic D, students will begin to subtract numbers to 8. This Topic will help students read and understand word problems while adding and subtracting fluently up to 8. Students will record the relationship between the quantities by writing number sentences, drawing pictures to solve, and filling in number bonds.


    Subtraction

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