Please have your child bring in 1 empty paper egg carton that can hold 12 eggs, along with 12 solid colored plastic eggs, by Monday, March 9.
We began our unit about mammals. We will have a cumulative activity at the end of the month, like our Space Day. More information on that will come out next week.
HOMEWORK: Please practice the reading/sight word lists if your child has been given a list (not all students have a list yet).
Math: Math packet
Please have your child practice recognizing and writing numbers 1-100. They can also go onto Firstinmath.com for addition/subtraction practice.
Please have your child read to you or read with your child each night for at least 20 minutes.
SUPERSTAR: Sammy H. – bring your photo album and sharing each day!
Religion We are discussing the Lenten season. We joined our school families for Stations of the Cross in the Church. And we discussed Sundays’ Gospel.
Reading This week we read about what mammals are, and what makes them a mammal, such as, they have hair or fur, and they are born alive not from an egg. We also read facts about lions.
Math We are still working on Chapter 5, writing and counting numbers 11-30. We will have a review assessment next week. We continue with Garfield Math, students are doing really well and are enjoying the program.
Cooking No cooking this week.
Science/Social Studies We discussed weather and how March comes in like a lion and out our like a lamb. We learned about lions during our reading time.
Enjoy your weekend!