This week’s word wall words are in your child’s agenda and on the blog.
I wrote a note in a few students’ agendas today asking that you practice the word wall words with your child. Some children are having a difficult time learning them. It is essential that your child learn how to read the word wall words as they will need to know them to read grade 1 texts as well as to write sentences in grade 1.
Today in math we worked on counting by 1s, 2s, and 5s to 40 and by 10s to 100. We also compared numbers from 1 to 10 to the number 5 (4 is less than 5, 8 is more than 5). Ask your child to compare the number 3 and the number 9 to the number 5 (ask them if 3 is more or less than 5, ask them is 9 is more or less than 10).
In language today we chanted out this week’s word wall words and then wrote a sentence in our journals. If you have time tonight as your child to read this week’s word wall words to you and then to tell you a sentence using the word big.
In science we talked about how day and night happen and then we shared things that happen in the day and things that happen at night. Ask your child to explain to you how day and night happen and to tell you 2 things that happen or they do in the day and 2 things that happen or they do at night.
Have a great evening.