Room 1

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Hola! Welcome to Room 1's blog!

This month we are working:

Matemáticas:

Number sequence 0 to 100 by:

  • Skip counting (By 2s, by 5s, by 10s up to 100) 

  • Counting backwards from any given number 

  • Grouping objects (ones and tens)

  • Sorting

  • Number sequence

  • One digit addition strategies

  • Greater than and less than

Subitizing (recognizing numbers/ arrangements of dots at a glance)  

Patterns (recognizing, extending, creating)  


Ciencias: Seasonal changes:

  • Our planet Earth  

  • Changes in weather

  • Animal adaptations to seasonal changes (Hibernation, migration)

  • Making scientific observations (using our senses)

Educación Fisica: 

  • Personal space, following instructions and game rules 

  • Locomotor skills: jumping, skipping, jogging, walking, etc. 

  • Use a hockey stick·

  • Cooperation skills and partner skills (i.e. sharing, taking turns, playing in small teams)

ELA - English Language Arts:  

  • Letter recognition and printing (lower case and upper case)

  • letter sound correspondence: Initial and end letter sounds / Blending sounds

  • Sight words: look, go, get, we, so, want, see, and (among others)

  • Word families: at, et  

  • Reading strategies: beginning letter sounds, stretching the word out, and using picture power and finger pointing as we read 

  • Shared and independent writing 

  • Write and punctuate sentences

  • Reading to self and Reading to others

Español: 

  • Vocabulary related to our classroom and body parts 

  • Asking and answering questions related to calendar, colours, weather etc.  

  • Singing songs and chanting 

  • Repeat sentences to express interests and needs around the classroom 

Estudios Sociales: 

  • Appreciate the roles other people play in building and helping a community 

  • Understand what makes a community (Home, school)

  • Appreciate multiple perspectives, and cultural differences 

  • Compromise and make decisions as part of a group (team) 

  • Understand different types of communities 

  • Symbols of communities 

Arte: 

  • Recognizing and creating primary and secondary colors 

  • Understanding the difference between transparent and opaque things

  • Understanding how white and black affect colors 

  • Recognizing natural colors in the environment

Srta. Katelyn Mitchell

Room 1

Email Srta. Mitchell

Hola! Welcome to Room 1's blog!

This month we are working:

Matemáticas:

Number sequence 0 to 100 by:

  • Skip counting (By 2s, by 5s, by 10s up to 100) 

  • Counting backwards from any given number 

  • Grouping objects (ones and tens)

  • Sorting

  • Number sequence

  • One digit addition strategies

  • Greater than and less than

Subitizing (recognizing numbers/ arrangements of dots at a glance)  

Patterns (recognizing, extending, creating)  


Ciencias: Seasonal changes:

  • Our planet Earth  

  • Changes in weather

  • Animal adaptations to seasonal changes (Hibernation, migration)

  • Making scientific observations (using our senses)

Educación Fisica: 

  • Personal space, following instructions and game rules 

  • Locomotor skills: jumping, skipping, jogging, walking, etc. 

  • Use a hockey stick·

  • Cooperation skills and partner skills (i.e. sharing, taking turns, playing in small teams)

ELA - English Language Arts:  

  • Letter recognition and printing (lower case and upper case)

  • letter sound correspondence: Initial and end letter sounds / Blending sounds

  • Sight words: look, go, get, we, so, want, see, and (among others)

  • Word families: at, et  

  • Reading strategies: beginning letter sounds, stretching the word out, and using picture power and finger pointing as we read 

  • Shared and independent writing 

  • Write and punctuate sentences

  • Reading to self and Reading to others

Español: 

  • Vocabulary related to our classroom and body parts 

  • Asking and answering questions related to calendar, colours, weather etc.  

  • Singing songs and chanting 

  • Repeat sentences to express interests and needs around the classroom 

Estudios Sociales: 

  • Appreciate the roles other people play in building and helping a community 

  • Understand what makes a community (Home, school)

  • Appreciate multiple perspectives, and cultural differences 

  • Compromise and make decisions as part of a group (team) 

  • Understand different types of communities 

  • Symbols of communities 

Arte: 

  • Recognizing and creating primary and secondary colors 

  • Understanding the difference between transparent and opaque things

  • Understanding how white and black affect colors 

  • Recognizing natural colors in the environment

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The Board of Trustees will reconvene this afternoon at 4 to discuss the Budget Assumptions Report – Fall 2019 Update. Join us at the Ed Centre or stream the meeting online https://t.co/7ySI0lMtIG #yycbe https://t.co/wYDXmCna6Q

Today we were at the kick-off event for the Mayor’s 31st Annual Christmas Food Drive, proudly supporting @CalgaryFoodBank! We’re thankful for their work to #FeedYYC & for making a positive impact in the lives of many of our students & their families. #WeAreCBE #MayorsFoodDrive https://t.co/IDNNdguReI

The Board of Trustees will reconvene on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 p.m. Watch for a report on the 2019-20 Budget Assumptions that will be available by noon tomorrow https://t.co/epdOfxurs1 #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/v7sYBMneRL

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