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~Learning Updates September 19~

This month we are working:

English Language Arts: 

·       Letter recognition and printing

·       letter sound correspondence and beginning letter sounds

·       Sight words: my, like, the, can, it, is, are, love, mom, dad, this

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

Spanish Language Arts: 

·       Classroom vocabulary: Tijeras, maracdor, lapiz, pegamento, silla

·       Instrucciones/ instructions

·       Saludos basicos/ simple phrases: Como estas? Como te llamas? Me llamo… Yo tengo… Donde esta?

·       Partes del cuerpo/ body parts and colores/ colors and descriptive words like “pequeno/ grande”.

Math: 

Number sense:

*Say the number sequence 0 to 100 by:

  • 1s forward between any two given numbers 
  • 1s backward from 20 to 0 
  • 2s forward from 0 to 20 
  • 5s and 10s forward from 0 to 100

*Subitize (recognizing numbers/ arrangements of dots at a glance) 

* Patterns (recognizing, extending, creating) 

Sciences: 

Seasonal changes:

- changes in sunlight 

- changes in weather

- signs of fall

- animal and plant adaptations due to weather

Colors:

-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 (natural dyes)

Social Studies: 

Heroes and community helpers:

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

·       Understand what makes a community

·       Appreciate multiple perspectives, languages and cultures

·       Compromise and make decisions as part of a group

·       Recognize and respect how the needs of others may be different from their own.

Physical Education:

·       Terry Fox Run and perseverance

·       Personal space

·       Using a hula hoop

·       Locomotor skills: jumping, skipping, jogging, walking, etc.)

·       Cooperation skills and partner skills (i.e. sharing, taking turns)



Srta. Katelyn Mitchell

Room 1

Email Srta. Mitchell

Hola! Welcome to Room 1's blog!


~Learning Updates September 19~

This month we are working:

English Language Arts: 

·       Letter recognition and printing

·       letter sound correspondence and beginning letter sounds

·       Sight words: my, like, the, can, it, is, are, love, mom, dad, this

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

Spanish Language Arts: 

·       Classroom vocabulary: Tijeras, maracdor, lapiz, pegamento, silla

·       Instrucciones/ instructions

·       Saludos basicos/ simple phrases: Como estas? Como te llamas? Me llamo… Yo tengo… Donde esta?

·       Partes del cuerpo/ body parts and colores/ colors and descriptive words like “pequeno/ grande”.

Math: 

Number sense:

*Say the number sequence 0 to 100 by:

  • 1s forward between any two given numbers 
  • 1s backward from 20 to 0 
  • 2s forward from 0 to 20 
  • 5s and 10s forward from 0 to 100

*Subitize (recognizing numbers/ arrangements of dots at a glance) 

* Patterns (recognizing, extending, creating) 

Sciences: 

Seasonal changes:

- changes in sunlight 

- changes in weather

- signs of fall

- animal and plant adaptations due to weather

Colors:

-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 (natural dyes)

Social Studies: 

Heroes and community helpers:

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

·       Understand what makes a community

·       Appreciate multiple perspectives, languages and cultures

·       Compromise and make decisions as part of a group

·       Recognize and respect how the needs of others may be different from their own.

Physical Education:

·       Terry Fox Run and perseverance

·       Personal space

·       Using a hula hoop

·       Locomotor skills: jumping, skipping, jogging, walking, etc.)

·       Cooperation skills and partner skills (i.e. sharing, taking turns)



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