May 20- May 24, 2019
We are currently in First place with the (penny) harvest. Thank you to all the families, students and friends who have contributed to our class. However, we still need more. It does not have to be just pennies! It can be other coins and dollar bills. All money raised goes to our school. Also, we need more (box tops). Our class is in last place. Box tops can be found on cereal boxes, soup cans, snack boxes, etc. Please help us get out of last place.
- Mondays= Band/Music Class (Bring your instrument),
- Tuesdays = Art Class + Gym Class,
- Wednesdays = Computer Class
- Thursdays = Gym Class, Social Studies Test
- Fridays = (Music) Class
Students will be Comparing and Ordering by length. Students will practice how to measure by using paper clips. They will look to see which objects are longest and shortest.Students should be practicing their Math skills by using Mathletics for 30 minutes each night.
Students will read “I’m a caterpillar”. They will learn about the life cycle of a butterfly. They will continue to practice sequence of events in a story. Students will also learn the difference between an article and a short story. They will practice answering reading comprehension questions.
Students will be learning about compound words and making words plural by using the form “ES”.
ELA: Students will continue to practice contractions. They will practice writing sentences. They will continue to write stories and poems about their mom for Mother’s Day.
Students are learning words. The new words are:
way, day, play, may, gray, rain, train, tail, mail, afraid
New vocabulary words: celebrate, loot, grateful, delicate, rarest, genuine, cherish
High Frequency Words: about, enjoy, give, surprise, worry, would
Students will continue to learn about how the rain and sun help seeds grow. Also, Students will learn about living things. The Essential Question: HOW DO THE PARTS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS HELP THEM? Students will play games that will help them to learn the difference between living and non-living things. They will learn the 5 different types of animals in our world such as mammals, birds, insects, reptiles and fish
- root- takes in water
- stem- takes water from the roots to the leaves and holds up the plant.
- Water and nutrients move from the roots, up the stem and into the leave
- leaf-makes food
Jesus and the Big Catch of Fish” — John 21:1-19. Students will complete puzzles sheets. They will learn why Jesus asked 3x Simon Peter if he loved him. Students will understand that Jesus used metaphors such as the people are the sheep.
ONCE AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT IN OUR CATHOLIC EDUCATION!!