Week of January 20 – January 24
We are beginning our study of long vowels. We are learning the sound of long vowel i. We see it in words like: bike, pie, night, and sky. Practice comparing short i and long i sounds. Practice finding long vowel i words in the world around you.
Each letter makes a sound. Some letters make more than one sound. Words are made up of letters put together. Words put together with a finger space between them, make a sentence.
A Noun names a person, place, or thing. Singular nouns have no s at the end. Plural nouns have an s at the end.
A complete sentence tells a whole idea. An example is: My puppy naps. An incomplete sentence is missing information. An example is: My puppy.
A Naming Part of a sentence tells who or what. Example: Two frogs
A Telling Part of a sentence tells what happened. Example: jump.
Proper Nouns are special nouns that begin with a capital letter. Examples are: Mary, Publix, Beach Boulevard, Blessed Trinity Catholic School.
A Telling Sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. Example: My cat sleeps with me.
An Asking Sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. Example: When will we go to the park?
A verb is an action word. It tells what someone or something does. Examples: run, jump, and sleep.
An adjective is a describing word. It describes a noun. Examples: tall, blue, four, sour, stinky, bumpy, loud, and sunny.
Our new spelling words are: dice, mice, rice, price, twice, line, nine, pine, vine, shine. Our Spelling Test will be Friday.
We are learning how to write our D’Nealian letters.
We are learning about …
- A parish is a group of Catholics who join together to share God’s love.
- When we worship God, we give Him thanks and praise.
- Church is a holy place where God is with us in a special way.
- The leader of our parish is the pastor.
- We worship with our parish. We help and serve others.
Practice identifying numbers from 1-100. We will recognize, count, and order numbers. Practice finding numbers before, between, and right after.
Practice addition facts with sums to ten.
Practice subtraction facts with a whole of 10 or less.
We are learning about Fact Families. An example is:
2+4=6, 4+2=6, 6-4=2, 6-2=4
We will begin to learn to measure. We will learn how to use a ruler. We will learn about inches and centimeters.
We are learning about place value. We will study two digit numbers.
We are learning addition facts with sums up to 20.
We are learning subtraction facts from 20 or less.
We are gathering data and organizing this information onto charts and graphs.