Here are the skills we are working on this week:

  • Plaidypus Lost U1W3

    Posted by Tracy Malone on 8/24/2019
    **Homework folders are to be turned in with completed homework each Friday.
     
    Reading
    plaidypus

    Skill: Sequence

    •  What is this skill? Sequence is the order in which things happen. In a story, something happens first, something happens next, and something happens last.
    •  Why is this important? Good readers need to pay attention to the sequence of events in a story. This helps them to keep track of what happens.
       
    • Sight Words:
      • the, little
      • I, am
    • Letters: 
      • Introduce Letters Dd, Kk, Ff, Rr, Oo
      • Review Nn, Bb, Pp, Ii, Cc, Mm, Tt, Ss, Aa
    • Phonemic awareness:
      • Initial Sounds: Say the beginning sound you hear in a word
      • Syllables: How many syllables in word? 
      • Rhyming: Which words rhyme?
    • Grammar: Nouns
    Writing
    • Daily Fix It
    • Letter and number formation
    • Writing first names
    • Daily journal writing
    • Character, setting & details with words and pictures
    Math
    • Topic C
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  • We Are So Proud U1W2

    Posted by Tracy Malone on 8/17/2019 2:00:00 AM
    **Homework folders are to be turned in with completed homework each Friday.
     
    Reading
    Proud

    Skill: 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: I & am
    • Letters: Introduce Nn, Rr, Pp, Ii, Cc
    • Phonemic awareness: Syllables & Sound discrimination
    • Grammar: Nouns
    Writing
    • Letter and number formation
    • Writing first names
    • Daily journal writing
    • Character, setting & details with words and pictures
    Math
    • Topic B
     
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  • Little School Bus U1W1

    Posted by Tracy Malone on 8/9/2019 4:00:00 AM
    Homework goes home this week! It will be sent home each Monday and must be returned by each Friday.
     
    Reading
    bus  
     
    Skill: Character
    • What is this skill?  A character is a person or animal in a story.  Identifying characters in a story helps the reader have a better understanding of the text. 
    • Why is this important?  Knowing about characters can help a reader better understand a story.  Good readers look for clues about what characters do and how they feel. 
    • Sight Words:   I & am
    • Letters:   Introduce Aa, Mm, Ss, Tt 
    • Phonological Awareness:  Rhyming Words
    • Grammar:  Nouns
     
    Writing 
    • Letter and number formation
    • Writing first names
    • Daily journal writing
     
     
    Math
     Topic A  
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