Ms. Vanderwel

Week 8: Oct. 18-22

This week in Language Arts we worked on continuing to sound out words in our writing using our Pattern Sentence activities. Students were also introduced to our Word Wall which is like a dictionary. We added some of the sight words from our pattern sentence activities— I, a, like, see, can, to. Each week we will be adding new words to our Word Wall to help us with our writing. We also continued to explore the parts of a sentence. We examined sentences for capital letters, periods and other ending punctuation, spaces and counted the number of words. This will help us as we begin Journal Writing in the coming weeks. We also reviewed a few more letters and their sounds. Please help your child to review these at home. Do they remember the sounds and actions? (see last week’s blog for full list of letters and sounds)

 

l = the singer sound. She gets up on stage and says: l-l-l-l as she waves her arms like a conductor.

s = the quiet, small air sound. Put your teeth together and say: s-s-s-s like a snake. Pretend to pull a skinny snake out of your teeth.

r  = the growling dog sound; try to lift your tongue up in the back of your mouth and say: r

 

I can match letters and their sounds.

 

In math, we learned about finding the core of a pattern, counting the number of terms in a pattern, labelling patterns using letters (A, B, C, D) and predicting what comes next in a pattern. Students built patterns using pattern blocks to show their understanding. I also challenged the students to create patterns using less objects than terms. For example, build an ABC pattern using only squares and triangles. They had to think of how they could show one of the shapes in two different ways. 

I can build different types of patterns (i.e. AB, ABC, ABB etc.)

The students also played a fun game called 'Subitizing Snap'  with a partner in which they tried to quickly recognize and call out the number of dots on the card before their partner. They have been working on recognizing groups of dots at a glance by looking for smaller groups of dots in the larger set and then mentally adding them up in their head. 

 

I can subitize.

In Science we continued to learn about the changes we see in the Fall. We focused on what animals do in the fall.  We examined a wasp and beehive and speculated about what had happened to the insects that used to live there. Where did they go? What happened to them? Why did they leave?

 

Next we watched some videos explaining what animals do in the fall. Students learned that some animals change colour or grow thicker fur, others eat as much as they can or store food for the winter and some migrate. Ask your child what the word MIGRATION means. Can they give an example of an animal for each of the above?  The students added their examples to their Seasons Booklet.

 

Next Steps for Learning:

  • Begin a Halloween and Patterns inspired art/writing project.
  • Learn about pattern rules, showing patterns in different ways and fixing mistakes in patterns.
  • Continue with scooters in gym.


Important Reminders:

  • Your child has brought home a note with important information about Halloween to share with you.
  • Please have your child leave toys and other personal items at home. These items often become lost or broken or are a distraction during class time. Thank you!
  • Your child has brought home their Poem & Song booklet. Please continue to review the songs and poems to increase their familiarity and build on what they are learning in class.
  • Check your child’s backpack for work to finish or correct. Return when done.
  • Library Day is Wednesday. Students can bring back books anytime, but we can only exchange books on Wednesday.

 

Upcoming Items and Dates to Remember:

October 18 - No School - System-wide PL Day

November 2 – School Photo Retake Opportunity

November 9 - School Council Meeting

November 11 - No School - Remembrance Day

November 12 - No School – School-based PL Day

November 26 - No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences

 

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Week 7: Oct. 12-15

Hello Everyone! I hope you had a lovely week! We have been very busy here in Grade 1. Take a look at what we have been up to! In Language Arts we have continued to review letter sounds.  Below are the pictures and stories to go with each.

I can identify the correct sounds for letters of the alphabet.

 

v- put teeth on your lips and point to your lips while saying: v-v-v-v-vampire

k – this is the quiet choking sound because the boy’s tie is too tight; Action: put hand under chin and say: k-k-k-k

g- this is the noisy choking sound. Say: g-g-g-g-g as you pretend to be drinking grape juice.

 m – we can smell yummy cookies with our nose, press your lips together and say: m-m-m-m as you rub your tummy.  

n – this is another nose sound, but our mouth is open and we say: n-n-n-n-no when our mom asks if we did something wrong! Action: Shake head from side to side.

Previous week's letter sounds were:

t – is the quiet tongue dancing sound. The tongue taps the back of our teeth as we say: t-t-t-t. Action: tap finger on desk.

p – is the quiet mother trying not to wake her baby. She says: p-p-p-p. Action: hold hand in front of mouth as you sound

d – is the noisy tongue dancing sound. The tongue taps the back of our teetch as we say: d-d-d. Action: tap hand on desk

b – is the noisy baby. He says: b-b-b-b. Action: Place hand on throat and feel the vibration as you say sound.

f – is the quiet lip biting sound. It’s the friendly dragon biting his lip and making the fire go out. Action: stick head out, bite lip and blow.

a – pretend to eat an apple as you open your mouth wide and say /a/.

i – this is our basketball player trying to get the ball (dot) i-i-i-i into the hoop.

e – this is Ed being called by his mom “e-e-e-Ed it’s time to eat! Action: put finger between tiny space in teeth

o – this is the baby, we say “Awwwww, isn’t she cute!”. Action: tilt head to one side and point at your cheek.

u – this is the toddler putting up his arms, he says ‘u-u-u-u’ because he wants up. Action: reach up with both arms

 

We have also been learning about what the parts of a sentence are.  We learned that words are made of letters and sentences are made of words. We also talked about the fact that words in sentences have spaces between them, start with a capital letter and end with a period. In our Poem & Song folder we learned a couple new songs.  We drew pictures to go with the lines of one of our poems and looked for the number of words in each line.

 

I can identify words and sentences. I can tell the parts of a sentence. 

 

In Math, we completed a short assessment on Sorting and began our next unit on Patterns.  So far we have talked about how we know if something is a pattern or not, looked for patterns in the classroom, created patterns using movement and built some patterns using pattern blocks. Students know that a pattern is something that repeats. They are learning to distinguish between patterns and non-patterns. This weekend, have your child look around their house to see what patterns they can find.

 

I can make repeating patterns.


In Science we learned about what makes the seasons. We watched a video and did a demonstration using a globe. One student got to be the sun while Mrs. V moved the Earth around her to show the different seasons. Then the students drew and labelled a diagram of this experiment.  



Next it was time for our Seasonal Walk to look for Signs of Fall. We found many interesting signs of fall on our walk, such as pumpkins, various colours of leaves, a squirrel looking for nuts, some birds searching for seeds, pinecones and even a wasp sitting on a tree trunk. We noticed that it is getting cooler with each passing day. Next week we will begin a Seasonal Changes booklet to document our observations.

I can make and record observations.


In Social Studies, we began talking about what it means to belong. We learned that if you belong you are a part of something like a group. We discussed the various groups that we belong to such as our families, friends, school, neighbourhood, teams, our city, province and country. The students created a page in their Visual Journals showing the different groups they are a part of.  We also had some fun exploring where exactly we live. We went onto Google Earth and found EMJ using the 3D satellite imaging. The kids were amazed and excited to see Canada, Alberta, Calgary, Southwood and EMJ in such amazing detail.


Next Steps for Learning:

  • Continue learning about patterns in math
  • Continue to explore Seasonal Changes
  • Use scooters in gym to play games and develop our core strength

 

 Important Info & Reminders:

  • Monday is a PD Day. There is No School for students.
  • ADmazing Book Orders – send in a.s.a.p
  • Read/Sing ‘Poem & Song Booklet’ with your child. Send back to school on Monday.
  • Check your child’s backpack for work to finish or correct. Return when done.
  • Library Day is Wednesday. Students can bring back books anytime, but we can only exchange books on Wednesday.


Upcoming Items and Dates to Remember:

October 18 - No School - System-wide PL Day

November 2 – School Photo Retake Opportunity

November 9 - School Council Meeting

November 11 - No School - Remembrance Day

November 12 - No School – School-based PL Day

November 26 - No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences


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Week 6: Oct 4 - 8

Hello! Happy Week 6! This week we worked on learning a number of new letter sounds and actions in Language Arts. Below are the pictures and a short description of the actions for each. Have your child practice doing the sound and actions with you. The students also brought home a Poem & Song booklet yesterday. Please review the songs and poems with your child. Do they remember the words and actions? Can they point out letters and/or words that they know?


 I can identify and say the correct sounds for letters of the alphabet.


In math, we continued with sorting shapes using their attributes. This week, however, instead of having to sort objects based on a given attribute, they had to look at groups of objects and tell what was the same about about the shapes in the group. We played a fun online game called ‘Sort-O-Matic’ to practice our skills.

 



I can sort objects based on their attributes.


This weekend show your child some objects. Ask them to tell you what your Sorting Rule is. It could be things that are:

  • all red
  • all small
  • used for eating
  • etc.

 Then have your child grab some objects and you try to guess their sorting rule. Can they stump you?

 

We also made a graph about what we are most thankful for. We reviewed the parts of a graph (title, data etc.) and why we make graphs. We discovered that most students were thankful for candy, but don’t worry family and friends were a close second!  : )

 

I can create and use graphs to answer questions.

 

In Art we finished our lovely “Giving Trees” inspired by two books we read about… Giving Trees!  We compared the two books and created a Venn diagram telling what was the same and what was different about the books. We determined that both books taught an important lesson about giving, sharing and only taking what we need. Then we learned about a famous artist—Wassily Kandinsky. He is known for his use of colour and circles in his work. He loved abstract art and was one of the pioneers of that type of art. We made fall, giving trees using his style of art. Lastly, we wrote about what we are thankful for.



I can make art using shape and colour.

 

Next Steps for Learning:

  • Begin Patterning in math
  • Begin looking at Seasonal Changes in Science
  • Begin talking about belonging in Social Studies

 

Important Info & Reminders:

- Please send RUNNING shoes to school with your child. They cannot participate in P.E. without proper footwear.

- If your child is late for school, please have them go around to the office to be let in. Thank you!

- ADmazing Book Orders – send in a.s.a.p

- Read/Sing ‘Poem & Song Booklet’ with your child. Send back to school on Monday.

- Check your child’s backpack for work to finish or correct. Return when done.

- Library Day is Wednesday. Students can bring back books anytime, but we can only exchange books on Wednesday.


Upcoming Dates:

  • October 11 - No School - Thanksgiving 
  • October 12 - School Council Virtual Meeting -6:30 pm 
  • October 18 - No School - System-wide PL Day
  • November 2 – School Photo Retake Opportunity

                          Have a lovely weekend and Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate!  Gobble! Gobble! Gobble!


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Week 5: Sept 27- Oct 1

Here’s a snapshot of our week!

This week the students engaged in a variety of learning activities centered around Orange Shirt Day (a.k.a. Truth & Reconciliation). The students learned about what the word Indigenous means and who are the Indigenous people of Canada. They also listened to the story of Phyllis Webstad and learned about the experiences of thousands of children in Residential Schools. They created some ‘Respect Rocks’ in honor of the many children who attended Residential School but did not make it home to see their families. They then placed these rocks in the garden outside of our school to help us remember that ‘Every Child Matters’.  Today students also learned about a "Talking Stick" and got to use it to share what they had learned this week about First Nations people. Ask them what it is and how we use it.


Sharing with the class using the Talking Stick.


Walking in the dip, listening to the story of "The Giving Tree". (A Metis story)


Painting our 'Respect Rocks'.



Placing rocks in our garden in honour of students who attended Residential School.


The students also learned about the Grandfather Teaching of Respect and the bison. In First Nations tradition, the bison represents respect because it provided everything they needed to live. Without the bison, they could not have survived. They have great respect for the bison because of this. From the bison we learn to respect: ourselves, others and nature.

I can show respect for and learn from the experiences of others.

 

In reading, we introduced some more letter sounds using our Lively Letters program—t, d, p, b and f. Ask your child to tell you the stories and the actions that go with each letter sound. (I have also listed them below if your child forgets)

 I can identify the sounds of the letters.

t – is the quiet tongue dancing sound. The tongue taps the back of our teeth as we say: t-t-t-t. Action: tap finger on desk.

p – is the quiet mother trying not to wake her baby. She says: p-p-p-p. Action: hold hand in front of mouth as you sound

d – is the noisy tongue dancing sound. The tongue taps the back of our teetch as we say: d-d-d. Action: tap hand on desk

b – is the noisy baby. He says: b-b-b-b. Action: Place hand on throat and feel the vibration as you say sound.

f – is the quiet lip biting sound. It’s the friendly dragon biting his lip and making the fire go out. Action: stick head out, bite lip and blow.


Last week’s letter sounds were:

a – pretend to eat an apple as you open your mouth wide and say /a/.

i – this is our basketball player trying to get the ball (dot) i-i-i-i into the hoop.

e – this is Ed being called by his mom “e-e-e-Ed it’s time to eat! Action: put finger between tiny space in teeth

o – this is the baby, we say “Awwwww, isn’t she cute!”. Action: tilt head to one side and point at your cheek.

u – this is the toddler putting up his arms, he says ‘u-u-u-u’ because he wants up. Action: reach up with both arms

 

This week students also began some pattern sentence writing activities. They will be bringing these home to share with you. Please have your child read their sentences to you. If your child is not finished their page, have them complete it and return to school when done. These sentence frames contain many sight words that students will be learning to recognize in their reading and writing over the coming weeks. This activity also gives students a chance to practice sounding out and spelling unfamiliar words in their writing. At this time, we want students to begin to recognize and identify the correct beginning and ending sounds in words.

 

I can write sentences using a sentence frame. I can use ‘invented spelling’ to spell words in my writing.

 

In math, we began working on sorting objects into groups based on their attributes. Attributes are qualities or characteristics of objects. For example: size, shape, colour, thickness etc. The number and type of attributes will vary depending on the objects being sorted. Ask your child to explain to you what an attribute is and how we use them to sort objects. 

 

I can sort objects into groups based on a given attribute.


The students practiced making their own groups sorting shapes. They were also given some animals to sort using the Smartboard. They really liked this activity!

 

On a final note, your child may have mentioned that we had a special visitor this week. He name is Ms. Hourie. She is a student teacher and will be working in our class one day a week over the course of the year. We are very glad to welcome her into our classroom community! Here she is helping the students paint their rocks.


Next Steps for Learning:

1.     We will continue learning about sorting. Have your child practice sorting objects at home. They can sort laundry into

          piles by colour, type, size or any objects you have at home. (eg. toys, cutlery, pantry items etc.)

2.     We will begin looking at the Seasons in Science.

 3.    We will continue to review printing and letter sounds.

 

Important Info. & Reminders:

  • ADmazing Orders due a.s.a.p.
  • Picture Day Orders due Oct. 7
  • Library Day is every Wednesday
  • Reminder that students need proper shoes (running shoes) for indoor and outdoor. 
  • Please send in a pair of headphones in a baggie labeled with your child's name. We will need these when working on the computers this year. 
  • Students have brought home a writing activity to share with you. Please have your child read their sentences to you. If your child is not quite done their page, please have them finish and return on Monday. They should have written in all their sentences and drawn a picture to go with each sentence.


Upcoming Dates:

October 8 - No School – School-based PL Day

October 11 - No School - Thanksgiving

October 12 - School Council Virtual Meeting -6:30 pm

October 18 - No School - System-wide PL Day


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Week 4: Sept 20-24

 Hello! It was lovely to meet and talk with so many of you about your children. If you were not able to connect with me this week, please email me to set up another time to talk.  Here’s another sneak peek at our learning this week!

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This week in Language Arts we continued to develop our reading stamina. We continued to review our letter sounds and added some new letter sounds to our repertoire. Ask your child about the sounds we have covered and the stories and actions we have learned to help us remember them.

I can match letters to the sounds that they make.


We also worked on a creative writing activity in which the students were asked to design a playground. If they could put anything they wanted into their playground what would they put? We had everything from slides made of candy canes, to tree houses with slides, pools and roller coasters! They drew very detailed pictures and attempted to label and write a sentence to go with their picture.

I can share my ideas using pictures and words.

 

In math we began our work with sorting. We listened to a story about a frog and toad that went for a walk. On the walk one of the characters lost his button. They searched and searched for it but only found other buttons. Each time he found a button he would exclaim, “That’s not my button. That button is _________ my button is __________.” Students learned that the characteristics of an object are called it’s attributes. We can describe and organize (or sort) objects based on their attributes (i.e. size, shape, thickness, colour, texture etc.) The students were then given some buttons to describe and sort based on their various characteristics.


Sort by: Colour

Sort by: Number of holes

I can sort objects based on their attributes.

 

In gym we ran our Terry Fox Run on Monday. The students ran 64 laps around the school field altogether. They did a fantastic job and showed perseverance and determination.

I can perform locomotor activities correctly.

 

Next steps for Learning...

1.     Next week we will be focusing on TRC throughout the week as part of our Orange Shirt Day activities.

2.     We will continue to work on sorting in Math.

3.     We will continue to work on reviewing letter sounds and proper printing skills.

 

Some Notes and Reminders:

  • We have Library every Wednesday. Please ensure that your child brings back their books by Wednesday each week if they would like to sign out new books.
  • Please ensure that your child has proper running shoes for both inside and outside. We do many running activities in gym class. Proper footwear is needed to ensure safety.
  • Students are invited to wear orange next week as part of our Orange Shirt Day activities.


Upcoming Items & Dates to Remember: 

September 27 to October 1- CBE recognizes Truth and Reconciliation

September 30 - National Day for Truth and Reconciliation- No School

October 8 - No School – School-based PL Day

October 11 - No School - Thanksgiving

October 12 - School Council Virtual Meeting -6:30 pm

October 18 - No School - System-wide PL Day



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Week 3: Sept. 13-17

 Happy Week 3! Here’s a sneak peek at what we have been up to this week : )

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In Language Arts, we have continued to work on learning to “read” the pictures and to build our reading stamina. Reading Stamina is being able to read for longer and longer without getting distracted or needing to take brakes. The students acted out what reading stamina looks like and sounds like and then we practiced. So far we are able to read (as a class) for a little over a minute before ‘breaking stamina’. Each week we will keep track of how long we can read and then try to beat that time each day! We also talked about the difference between books that tell stories (narratives) and books that teach us facts (informational). 

I can read using the pictures and words.

In math, students continued to learn about and create graphs. Students are learning to use the correct terminology to describe the parts of a graph—i.e. title, data etc.—and to answer questions using the data in our graphs. We have learned our favourite colours, favourite school subjects, how we get to school and the number of people in our families.

I can answer questions using data from a graph.


We have also continued to build our number sense by representing numbers to 10 (and higher) using a ten frame. Students discovered that no matter where we put the counters on the Ten Frame the total number of counters does not change. For example, I can show 4 using many different arrangements of counters in a ten frame but the total amount is still 4.

I can represent numbers in a variety of ways.

Lastly, we have combined a little bit of number/number word recognition with printing practice. We have talked about the correct way to hold our pencil and where to place letters on the lines and spaces. We used the analogy of a house to help us remember where to place different letters. For example, some letters are tall so they take up two spaces (or two levels of our house). Some letters are short and take up only one level of our house and some letters go down into the basement.

 

I can print letters using the correct size and shape.


Of course, we were excited for Picture Day and our first Fire Drill of the year which went swimmingly! And we have been practicing all week for our Terry Fox Run on Monday!  





I can perform different movements (running, skipping, galloping etc.) correctly. 

We also watched a movie and created a page in our Visual Journal to show our learning. The students brainstormed words that can be used to describe Terry Fox and then we used those words to create a Wordle. Take a look at some of their creations!

 

I can represent my ideas using words and pictures.


Last but not least, a few more students shared their 'All About Me' bags with the class. We learned about our love for pizza, dinosaurs and skateboarding!

 

I can speak confidently and comfortably on a topic of choice.

Next Steps for Learning:

  • We will begin learning about sorting and patterning in Math but will also continue our review of number through our daily Calendar activities.
  • We will complete a writing assignment about creating a new playground.
  • We will begin to learn to use and explore the computer.

 Important Info & Reminders:

  • Please ensure students have a pair of running shoes both for inside and outside. We often have P.E. outside and students require comfortable and safe footwear to participate in our activities.
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held next week Thursday (4:00-8:00) and Friday (9:00-1:00). Please log into your MyCBE Account to book a time to meet with me. Conferences will be held virtually. 
  • Our Terry Fox Run is Monday, September 19th. Due to Covid protocols, each class will be participating in the run on our school field during their gym time. Please remember to dress for the weather and wear your running shoes. We will be collecting donations for Terry during the weeks of September 19-30th. You can either donate on-line http://www.terryfox.ca/EthelMJ... or Toonies for Terry can be collected by classroom teachers!  Students are also asked to think about who they would like to run for next week. They can let me know Monday morning. If they don’t know who to run for they can always run for Terry!


Upcoming Items & Dates to Remember:

  • Sept 19 - Terry Fox Run
  • Sept 23 – Parent Teacher Conferences On-line 4-7:30 pm
  • Sept 24 – No school Parent Teacher Conferences On-line
  • Sept 30 – National day for Truth & Reconciliation No school



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Week 2: Sept. 7-10

Welcome to Room 5! I hope you have all had a great start to your year! This is the first of many blog messages for the year. The blog is an opportunity for me to communicate with you what is happening in our classroom and to relay important reminders and information about upcoming events. 

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This week the students have had the opportunity to engage in a number of community building activities as we get to know each other and develop relationships with one another. They have had a great time presenting their objects to the class and sharing fun facts about themselves. We have learned that one student in our class has a YouTube channel, another likes to play golf and one is learning karate. We also learned about our favourite foods, pets, hobbies, favourite toys and much more. Their presentations have generated many excited conversations and comments, such as, “I like that…” and “I have one of those… ” too. It has been great to find out how much we all have in common!

 

 

In language arts, we have been learning about reading books using the pictures and looking for words we know to help tell the story. Students were given their very own Book Box and selected 5 books from our Classroom Library to place in there. Each week we will select new books to place in our boxes as we develop our reading skills.

 

In math, we have been reviewing numbers to 10 and working on some graphing activities. We began by creating a Birthday Graph which we displayed on the wall in our classroom. After creating our graph, students used the data to answer simple questions about the graph such as:

·       How many students have a birthday in _________?

·       Which month has the most/least birthdays? Etc.

 

 

For numbers to 10 we played several games of BINGO and built numbers using counters and ten frames.

 

 

In art, the students worked on a ‘Name Art’ project using natural objects. First, we went on a Nature Walk to collect items to use in our work. Then the students selected the objects they liked best to create their name. They worked very diligently and carefully on their projects. They are looking amazing!

 

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 Reminders:

·       Please return Student Demographic forms if you have not already done so.

·       Please remind your children to take home their water bottles and any masks each Friday for cleaning.

·       Students require running shoes in the classroom in order to participate safely in P.E. activities.

 

 Looking ahead

1.   We will continue to work on reading using our Book Boxes.

2.    We will continue to review numbers to 10 and create/interpret graphs.

3.   We will complete our Name Art projects.

 

Upcoming Items and Dates to Remember:

 Sept 2021

  • Sept 16- Picture Day
  • Sept 19 - Terry Fox Run
  • Sept 23 – Parent Teacher Conferences On-line 4-7:30 pm
  • Sept 24 – No school Parent Teacher Conferences On-line
  • Sept 30 – National day for Truth & Reconciliation No school

 

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