I hope you have been enjoying listening to you child “reading” those old favorite storybooks. Students may ask you to read to them or they may want to “read” the story to you by looking at the pictures and remembering how the story goes. Thank you so much for returning those books each night after you read them!
Students are working on telling true stories about the things that happened to them or the things they did. You can practice telling these stories at home so students can remember details about the things that they did. Students are working on adding details to their drawing that include the where, who was there, and what happened.
This week, we learned how to write and make the sound for the letters i and u. You can practice naming these letters, making the sounds, and writing the lowercase letter. As we add more sight words to our list, you can practice reading these words too!
I - itch /i//
U - up /u/
Taught letters: t, b, f, n, m, i, u
Taught sight words: a, is, my
Students are learning how to count by touching each object in a group and sliding them to be sure that objects were not missed or counted twice. Students have noticed that the quantity of a set of objects does not change when items are rearranged.
- Please sign up for a parent teacher conference in October! An email was sent with a link to a sign up.
- Do send in an extra change of clothes for unexpected messes! We can keep them in the classroom or you can keep in backpacks.
10/8- No School- Columbus Day
10/9- Picture Day
10/17- Early Dismissal, Staff PD
10/24- Early Dismissal, P/T Conferences
10/25- Early Dismissal, P/T Conferences
10/31- Halloween Parade- 2:15 p.m.