Thank you for attending our Back to School Night last week! We hope you found the information covered helpful.
-Please make sure your child is in class ready to start the day by 8:15 am.
-Please look over the detailed AR note and keep it for future reference.
-Please check the blog as often as possible!
-Please sign up for a conference on November 11th. The sign up sheet is located on top of the cubbies near our classroom door.
-It’s official–we are visiting NAS JAX to visit a helicopter squadron on November 3rd. We will be given a personal tour, visit with pilots, and even climb into the seat of the helo. We may even be able to visit with the Blue Angels! We need volunteers to make this event as successful as possible. Please e-mail Mrs. O’Neill if you are able to attend.
This week we will…
-Read the story, Get the Egg!, and discuss animals that we can find in our neighborhood.
-Work with words with short e and initial blends.
-Explore realism and fantasy.
-Continue our AR program. Please send in your child’s book on Tuesday or Wednesday (depending on your child’s assigned date.)
-Practice our spelling words and bonus word: ( jet, sled, leg, ten, saw, your, helping.)
-Focus on telling sentences in our writing.
-Continue our unit in math focusing on number bonds and addition. Please start working with your child DAILY on number bonds. Your child should begin to start recalling number bonds automatically. While working on math homework, please help challenge your child to explain WHY and HOW they are solving the problems.
-Create an E-Butterfly Book with the use of i-pads, so we can share what we learned during our butterfly study with others.
-Our first Marlin’s home game is this Tuesday. Please support the team by wearing a Marlin’s shirt or our team color, green.
-Homework packets went home on Friday. This week they are due on Wednesday.
-Don’t forget to continue completing the September Reading Log. Your child should read around 10-15 minutes a day. These are due on Monday, October 3rd.
-We have noon dismissal on Wednesday, September 28th. L’Shana Tova!