Practicing putting Halloween words in alphabetical order
I enjoyed seeing SO many families at open house! There was a lot much excitement in the air! Thanks for coming!
What LEARNING and GROWING went on in room 217 this week:
ELA: Our class novel this week was Stink and the Midnight Zombie by Megan McDonald. This is another funny book based off the Judy Moody series. Judy’s brother Stink and his best friend are on a mission to purchase the latest book from their favorite Zombie series. We also sorted words with the /oo/ and /ew/ sounds. Finally, we continued reading Aesops fables while searching for the CENTRAL IDEA or moral of the story.
Writing: We practiced adding temporal words (first, next, then, last, finally, etc.) to stories to help make them more organized.
Math: We wrapped up Chapter 3 – Basic Facts and relationships and took our final math test for 1st quarter math grades.
Students of the week:
Kinslee and Eddie
Thank you for putting forth extra effort this week.
10/16: SCHOOL IS IN SESSION – make-up day for Hurricane Irma
10/17: Rype and Readi Field Trip
10/20: Ginny Morgan – Mystery Reader 9:00-9:30
10/27: Parade of Characters at 8:45, FALL FESTIVAL 5:30-7:30
10/27: Kendra Turley – Mystery Reader (immediately following character parade)
10/30: Book Fair Preview 1:00-1:30
10/31: Report cards issued
10/30-10/31: Book Fair
- Mosquitos are out! Please apply bug spray on at home before school if you feel necessary.
- Please contact our room mother, Mrs. Frink if you are able to volunteer at our PLINKO station during Fall Festival!
- Field trip on 10/17 to Rype and Readi: Have students wear RB Hunt shirt (if available) and tennis shoes. PLEASE APPLY BUG SPRAY AT HOME OR SIGN A WAIVER WITH THE SCHOOL NURSE TO HAVE IT APPLIED AT SCHOOL. The mosquitoes were everywhere last year and I am predicting a similar scenario this year. Also, if you are bringing a lunch from home, please send it in a gallon-sized ziploc bag with your child’s name clearly labeled. This helps me fit everyone’s lunch in the cooler with ice. 🙂