Welcome to Duck Town!
FYI: Reading Celebration will be January 24th this month from 2:00-2:25. Please join us and read either books from your home or the classroom.
This week your child brought home an information sheet about the 100th day project. Just a reminder it must be displayed. We will carry it around for the 100th day parade. If we do not have any snow days, it will be February 6th. We will let you know. Please do not have your child bring in their displayed collection until the 100th day of school.
Next week we will continue reading and learning ways to be an expert reading while reading nonfiction books. They are each going to learn how to write information about their nonfiction book.
Each Wednesday your child will receive an information sheet that they will complete when reading a book from Reading A-Z. They do not need to read their At Home Book on Wednesday. I was very please that all the students advanced in their level of reading.
We will continue learning about the long a vowel. I hope you enjoyed dinner and a show with the long a poem we created together in class.
The students went home with the January Poem which will be due by the end of the month. When they are ready please let me know.
Spelling Words Red Group:
Oddball Words: want/said
Words: said frame flash chain camp tail main faint want rash blame train
Words: same made sack base rake ask grass face page came snap last
Sort: -ish -ash -ush
Words: smash swish crash flush flash crush blush rash wish mush hush dash
Sort:-ick -ack -uck
Words: black quack stick truck thick snack stuck quick trick rack shack tick
We will be learning about a great man Martin Luther King Jr.
We will be learning about Jesus and his disciples.
Student of the Week: Winnie Barvick
Friday Farmers Market : Open
Please bring the fruit/vegetable in on Friday morning.
- Monday: Library 11:00-11:40
- Wednesday:P.E. 9:3–10:00/Art-10:45-11:30
- Thursday: P.E-10:30-11:00
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Do small things with great love”
St. Teresa of Calcutta