Besides making text-to-self connections while reading See How We Grow, students also reviewed finding the cover and title, naming the author, making predictions, and sequencing a story. Students have REALLY developed their one-to-one correspondence this week.
They did a great job writing "I have" and "I see" sentences this week, and even got to practice making sentences on an iPad.
In math, students continued to practice numbers 0-10, and writing them correctly. They also reviewed coins, learned about ABB patterns, compared amounts to find which group has more or fewer, practiced color words, and played a fun Missing Number game.
I am having so much fun with the students. I cannot believe how quickly they are learning. We are going to start guided reading this week. Wait until you see how quickly they begin to read!
Check out our fun pictures from the week!
~Book Report due Monday
~Picture Day Monday
~1/2 day Wed (kids leave at 11:30) *LUNCH IS SERVED @ 10:20
~Field Trip Thursday (bring a paper bag lunch)
~Tic-Tac-Toe due Friday
~Reading Night 10/16
Wow! Check out Gini's sentence on the iPad!
Beginning, Middle, and End of the story we read this week. Good Job Alyssa!
Listening to Don't Worry Douglas
My name is Jennifer, and I like Jelly
My name is Luka, and I like lollipops.
Patrick and Franko were so proud of their work. It's Awesome!
Working hard on sorting M and D words
Elizabeth's M and D words;