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    Virtual Book Fair
    Please check out our district wide Virtual Book Fair-February 26th- March 11th 
     *Dr. Seuss Week!* 
    Monday-Fox in Socks Day- wear mismatched socks  
    Tuesday-Cat in the Hat Day-wear your favorite hat
    Wednesday- Wacky Wednesday-dress wacky
    Thursday- Lorax Day-wear a readable shirt
    Friday-Character Day- dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss character

     Please sign your child’s reading calendar each night. Please remember students can read books from home to you or with you or read on Epic Books. 

     Please return the Reading Calendar at the end of each month.

    *Math Homework does not need to be returned to school unless your child needs assistance.*


    -Xtra Math-

    Please have your child login easily from Clever to practice math facts.

    The students will have a 30 problem-2 minute timed addition test each week on facts to 10.




    Please send a written note if your child will be picked up or attend Extended Day as a change in their normal dismissal procedure.



    Students attending the Common Area should be dressed appropriately for outdoor P.E. class. All students will have recess and outside breaks throughout the school day. Please be sure to have your child dress appropriately for the weather!


    -Outside Play!-

    If your child would like to bring in a ball or other small item to play with outside, please label it with their name.

    When your child is in class with me, we will be taking short breaks throughout the day to play outside in between lessons.

    Please be sure to dress your child for the weather! We will go outside in the rain, cold, snow, etc.




     Sea” What’s Happening in our class….


    *Language Arts*

    -Conventions-punctuation, capitalization, spacing

    -March “Fix It” Sentences

    -Individual Reading Conferences

    -Literacy Centers/Word Work


    Writing Fundamentals-Nonfiction



    -Reading Fundamentals-Nonfiction


    Ask Questions, Gather Evidence

    Table of Contents



    -Dry Erase board practice

    -Math Games/Chromebooks



    Chapter 5-Addition and Subtraction  Relationships 

    Chapter 5 Review 

    Chapter 5 Test- Wednesday (Cohort A) Thursday (Cohort B)



    *Science/Social Studies/Health*

    -Mystery Science

    -Scholastic News-Weekly Reader


    Dr. Seuss Week



    Letter/keyword/sound review

    Handwriting practice











     Schoolwide Reading Fundamentals encompasses a balanced literacy framework via the reading workshop model.  The units of study enhance the students' experiences to develop and expand basic reading skills while students make meaning of and interact with text.  Within each unit of study there will be opportunities to use mentor texts, shared texts and leveled texts for independent reading practice.  


    Schoolwide Writing Fundamentals provides explicit writing instruction that focuses on demonstrating why and how writers communicate their ideas. Using a Writers' Workshop approach students will study a variety of writing types via the Units of Study.   Quality literature will showcase effective writing techniques to provide students with an authentic experiences as they sharpen their writing skills.  

    Basic grammar, usage and mechanics will be explored utilizing the Schoolwide Fundamentals of Grammar and Conventions.  Units of study will use mentor text and quality literature to showcase how grammar and conventions work in context.   


    Grade 1 Units of StudyReadingLaunchingFictionNonfictionScience: Life Cycles of AnimalsWritingLaunching- How Writer’s WorkPersonal NarrativeNonfiction All AboutFiction with Book Review (Opinion)Grammar

    Grade 2 Units of StudyReadingLaunchingFictionNonfictionScience: Earth’s Systems: Processes That Shape the EarthWritingLaunching- How Writer’s WorkFairy Tales, Fables, and FolkTalesGail Gibbons Author Study (All About Nonfiction)Letter Writing (Opinion)Grammar