March 18-22 Important Reminders

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 17, 2019

  • Monday, March 18th – (no school) is a student holiday. I hope you have enjoyed your spring break!
  • Tuesday, March 19th – we will be having our spring student led parent conferences. This is a time that your child, you, and myself will get to spend 15-20 minutes showing off their amazing work and setting a few goals with you.

Please sign up for a time to come hear your child talk about his/her progress! Click the link to sign up:

Mrs. Bradley’s Class Spring Student Led Parent Conferences Sign Up

  • Friday, March 22nd – Our class will be leading the CHAMPS assembly over PERSEVERANCE. We will be practicing in class but need your help practicing speaking at home each night this week.

We would LOVE for you all to be there. We are looking forward to an AWESOME performance! The assembly will be from 8:00-8:30 on Friday, March 22nd in the cafeteria.

Thank You,
Mrs. Bradley

 

Mrs. Bradley’s Class Spring Student Led Parent Conferences on March 19th

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 7, 2019

On March 19th we will be having our spring student led parent conferences. This is a time that your child, you, and myself will get to spend 15-20 minutes showing off their amazing work and setting a few goals with you.

Please sign up here for a time to come hear your child talk about his/her progress!

click the link below to sign up:

Mrs. Bradley’s Class Spring Student Led Parent Conferences Sign Up

Pictures

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 3, 2019

We love our new lego wall! Students are doing a great job building sight words that they find in our weekly poems.

We loved learning more about nonfiction text! Students enjoyed going on a nonfiction text scavenger hunt to find features in a nonfiction book.

So proud of all of our CHAMPS!!

March 4-8

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 3, 2019

**Important Information**

We are celebrating Dr. Seuss this week. He is a beloved children’s author and two of his books that we will read next week are, Fox in Socks and There’s A Wocket In My Pocket. We are inviting children to wear:

  • Tuesday, March 5th – Wear Crazy Socks with your school shoes
  • Wednesday, March 6th – Wear clothing that has pockets
  • I will have a substitute March 5-7, I will leave instructions for her to check planners each day for any notes or lunch money.
  • Spring Break is March 11-15. There is also a student holiday on March 18th.
  • I sent home information about our upcoming Champs Assembly on March 22nd. Please have your child practice their line and our group song over the next couple of weeks to prepare. We would love for you attend our Champs Assembly on March 22nd. It will start at 8:00 and end around 8:30.

This week we will be learning:

What we will be learning March 4-8:

  • I Love You Ritual song: Oh Mr. Sun
  • Sight Words: to, not, home

Morning Activities

  • Journal Writing (home), Draw a picture of your home and write a sentence about it.
  • Journal Writing (not) Draw two animals, one little and one big, write sentence beside each animal. I am not little. I am little.
  • Say it, spell it, write it sight words
  • Last Name Graphing, how many letters in your last name
  • Sight Word Journal Dance, students dance to music, when music stops students write down sight word called out
  • Continue working on beginning, middle, and end writing
  • create a Dr. Seuss creature like the ones seen in the book, There is a Wocket In my Pocket

Morning Message:

  • Dr. Seuss word families – op, ed, at, am
  • stretching sounds to write words, counting backwards, complete twenty frames using teen numbers
  • beginning blend sounds, counting words in a sentence, use number bonds to create a number sentence
  • match pictures to words, complete the sentence using the word that sounds the best, adding one more
  • rhyming words
  • sight word bingo
  • Self control song

Reading:

  • books: Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Socks, There is A Wocket in My Pocket, And to Think That I saw it on Mulberry Street
  • Graphs: Are you Wearing Silly Socks Today? How Many Pockets Do You Have?
  • Prediction: Will you like green eggs and ham?
  • Long U Song and Sounds of Y Song
  • Lesson on adding s and es to words, Play Mimeo Plural Nouns Game
  • Poems: I Have, EEKK (Elbow to Elbow, Knee to Knee), focus on (-ow words for long o and -ee/-ea for long e words)
  • Phoneme Segmenting and Blending – Students will name the picture and segment the word into phonemes while slowly sliding the parts together

 

Math:

  • solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10
  • model the action of joining to represent addition
  • explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding within 10 using words, pictures, and number sentences
  • Dr. Seuss Math Mimeo
  • I have, I Wish I Had, dot card game
  • Do You Like Green Eggs and Ham Graph
  • Clear the Deck Game -Review addition and subtraction with this game. Children work in pairs and split one game board. Each child starts with 10 cubes on their ten frame. They roll a +/- 1,2, or 3 dice to determine how many cubes to add or subtract from their side. The first to “clear their deck” wins!
  • Continue learning about coins, review using magnetic coins and money songs
  • students will work in small groups. Each group has to come up with all of the ways to make the number on their chart paper.
  • Finish using the Pete the Cat Work Mat to model subtraction situations using buttons. write subtraction equations
  • Number Talk: Using Rekenreks, How many beads do you see? How do you see them?  subitize, counting strategies, finger fluency, different ways to show a number, ways to come up with that number.
  • Number Talk: Dot Cards, What do you see? How do you see it?

Math Centers:

  • Sort and Graph Colored Goldfish crackers and Subtraction Smash (math by self)
  • Mimio Addition, Dice Addition (technology)
  • Tic Tac Teen (horseshoe)
  • Ten Frame Matchup (journals)
  • Race to Twenty Number Line and Piggy Bank Addition: Have students pick some items from around the room (pencils, crayons, markers, books, etc…) to put price tags on. Allow the students to price items (1 cents, 10 cents etc…). Students will then pick 2 items to buy and add up their total using the piggy bank addition sheet. (math with a partner)

Writing

  • Class Interactive Chart, Oh The Places You’ll Go! (I want to be a…)
  • Create Class Rhyming Book – There’s A Wocket In My Pocket
  • Write about making green eggs and ham and your opinion of how it tasted.
  • journal writing using sight words and new spring vocabulary
  • Students will continue to write letters to friends in our school
  • Continue setting and using writing goals
  • Continue Using story map to begin new beginning, middle, end story.

Social Studies/Science:

  • Social Studies Magazine Lesson
  • http://www.seussville.com – learn about Dr. Seuss
  • Complete Chart facts about each season
  • students will draw themselves in their favorite season, wearing the clothing they would wear during that season.
  • Make Oobleck

Feeling Buddies: Continue Connecting With Others Lesson

  • To learn connecting strategies as tools for turning your thinking brain on in preparation to manage challenges
  • Sing #14 Important Messages and Discuss the feelings messages in the song.
  • Review steps for getting ahold of our feelings instead of our feelings getting ahold of us.
  • Practice Breathing Arms with I Love You Ritual Partner and add that as a breathing strategy.
  • Practice Story Hand and Bye Bye Crankies Ritual with partner
  • Sequence steps of the Safe Place

Hope you all have a great week!!

 

 

 

February 25-March 1

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 25, 2019

Good Morning,

I hope you all had a great weekend! We tried skating for the first time with the boys. They had a blast but definitely need some more practice. We also enjoyed the beautiful weather yesterday while playing at the park.

What we will be learning February 25-March 1:

  • I Love You Ritual song:  The Cat and The Bunny
  • Sight Words: have, of, was

Morning Activities

  • Sentence Scramble. Students cut words and glue in order. Students write the sentence and illustrate.
  • Journal Writing (of) – A ____ hatches out of an egg. (glue picture in blank)
  • Last Name Graphing, how many letters in your last name
  • Sight Word Journal Dance, students dance to music, when music stops students write down sight word caled out
  • Continue working on beginning, middle, and end writing
  • Our Foods We Like Class Book

Morning Message:

  • Sneaky E words, counting backwards
  • sh, ch, th digraphs, using number bonds to write number sentences
  • stretching sounds to read words, complete number bonds
  • sight word bingo

Reading:

  • Students will identify the topic and details in expository text referring to the words and/or illustrations.
  •  Talk about the different features and why we read informational texts. Students will explore some nonfiction books.
  •  Informational Books Chart
  • What is fiction? What is nonfiction? Charts and Song
  • Nonfiction Text Scavenger Hunt
  • Pick a nonfiction topic such as polar bears. Make a kWL chart.  Start charting details learned from the book. Have them keep a KWL chart that they can record on.
  • Use Pebble Go to learn more information about chosen class animals
  • books: non fiction animal books and Green Eggs and Ham
  • Long U chart and Sounds of Y Chart
  • Poems: I Have A Little Frog
  • Find sight words, letters, words, & sentences in poems, op word family, review the sounds of y poster and apply to poem to assist in reading
  • Phoneme Segmenting and Blending – Students will name the picture and segment the word into phonemes while slowly sliding the parts together

 

Math:

  • solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10
  • model the action of joining to represent addition
  • explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding within 10 using words, pictures, and number sentences
  • Number Talk: I have ____ I wish I had ___. Use a post-it to cover up part of the dots. Say: “I have 4, I wish I had 8. How many are covered up with the post it? How did you see it?
  • Read Who Took the Cookie from the Cookie Jar: model subtraction using cookie jar, white board, and play cookies.
  • Read Minus Sign, Activity: create subtraction story problem on chart paper then students will create their own subtraction story problem
  • Fining Using foam hearts to create addition number sentences.
  • Finish using the Pete the Cat Work Mat to model subtraction situations using buttons. write subtraction equations
  • Number Talk: Using Rekenreks, How many beads do you see? How do you see them?  subitize, counting strategies, finger fluency, different ways to show a number, ways to come up with that number.
  • Number Talk: Dot Cards, What do you see? How do you see it?

Math Centers:

  • Candy Heart Graphing and Subtraction Smash (math by self)
  • Mimio Addition, Dice Addition (technology)
  • Math assessment (horseshoe)
  • Heart Counting – number sequencing 1-20 and Story Problem (journals)
  • Race to Twenty Number Line and Piggy Bank Addition: Have students pick some items from around the room (pencils, crayons, markers, books, etc…) to put price tags on. Allow the students to price items (1 cents, 10 cents etc…). Students will then pick 2 items to buy and add up their total using the piggy bank addition sheet. (math with a partner)

Writing

  • Begin Animal Research as a class, make a list of animals students are interested in, vote as a class
  • KWL chart for chosen animal
  • Make a list of animal research questions.
  • Discuss Animal Habitats and write about chosen animal’s habitat
  • Discuss facts about chosen animals and record
  • Continue Interactive Writing – Discuss what a noun is (person, place, or thing)

    Sing Song: What is noun? What is a noun? A person, place or thing, A person place or thing. (repeat) Or animal! Throughout the week we will chart nouns we love on hearts: Things we love…, People we love…, Places we love…

  • Finish Love Acrostic Poem
  • Students will continue to write letters to friends in our school
  • Continue setting and using writing goals
  • Use story map to begin new beginning, middle, end story.
Social Studies/Science:
  • Dental Health Month – we will finish discussing the importance of oral health
  • Complete Graph: How many Teeth have you lost?
  • Complete Chart facts about each season
  • students will draw themselves in their favorite season, wearing the clothing they would wear during that season.
  • Fun Friday – Fizzing Candy Hearts and Green Eggs and Ham

Feeling Buddies: Connecting With Others Lesson

  • To learn connecting strategies as tools for turning your thinking brain on in preparation to manage challenges
  • Sing #14 Important Messages and Discuss the feelings messages in the song.
  • Review steps for getting ahold of our feelings instead of our feelings getting ahold of us.
  • Practice Breathing Arms with I Love You Ritual Partner and add that as a breathing strategy.
  • Practice Story Hand and Bye Bye Crankies Ritual with partner
  • Sequence steps of the Safe Place

Hope you all have a great week!!

 

Pictures

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 18, 2019

February 18-22

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 18, 2019

Happy Presidents Day! I hope you are enjoying this long weekend. I am looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.

On Friday we sure enjoyed making chalk shadows. The weather was perfect, giving us plenty of sun to see our shadows. I’ll post pictures of our chalk shadows and other fun activities from last week.

This week we will be learning:

  • I Love You Ritual song:  Where are those Hands
  • Sight Words: have, of, was

Morning Activities

  • Sentence Scramble. Students cut words and glue in order. Students write the sentence and illustrate.
  • Journal Writing (was) – Draw a bear and write the poem, Fuzzy Wuzzy Was a Bear
  • Winter Fluency Find It Game – middle sounds
  • Yes/No Graphing, Does your first name have more letters than your last name?
  • Continue working on beginning, middle, and end writing

Morning Message:

  • Sneaky E words, 20 frames
  • sh, ch, th digraphs, using number bonds to write number sentences
  • stretching sounds to read words, complete number bonds
  • sight word bingo

Reading:

  • Students will identify the topic and details in expository text referring to the words and/or illustrations.
  •  Talk about the different features and why we read informational texts. Students will explore some nonfiction books.
  •  Informational Books Chart
  • BrainPopJr: Reading Nonfiction
  • What is fiction? What is nonfiction? Charts
  • Pick a nonfiction topic such as polar bears. Make a kWL chart.  Start charting details learned from the book. Have them keep a KWL chart that they can record on.
  • Use Pebble Go to learn more information about Polar Bears
  • books: Polar Bears, Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons, Hamilton Duck
  • Long O chart and Sounds of Y Chart
  • Poems: Hippity-hop to the Candy Shop, Fuzzy Wuzzy Was A Bear
  • Find sight words, letters, words, & sentences in poems, op word family, review the sounds of y poster and apply to poem to assist in reading
  • compound word match
  • Phoneme Segmenting and Blending – Students will name the picture and segment the word into phonemes while slowly sliding the parts together

 

Math:

  • solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10
  • model the action of joining to represent addition
  • explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding within 10 using words, pictures, and number sentences
  • Number Talk: I have ____ I wish I had ___. Use a post-it to cover up part of the dots. Say: “I have 4, I wish I had 8. How many are covered up with the post it? How did you see it?
  • Read The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Activity: use carrots to act out subtraction problems. While some students are acting out the problems, other students will model problems on their Bunny Work Mats and record answers on whiteboards.
  • Read 5 Little Speckled Frogs, Activity: act out story and write subtraction problems using frog/log printables:
  • Use foam hearts to create addition number sentences.
  • use the Pete the Cat Work Mat to model subtraction situations using buttons. write subtraction equations
  • book: The Mission of Addition, activity: make, act out, and solve story problems
  • Number Talk: Using Rekenreks, How many beads do you see? How do you see them?  subitize, counting strategies, finger fluency, different ways to show a number, ways to come up with that number.
  • Number Talk: Dot Cards, What do you see? How do you see it?

Math Centers:

  • Candy Heart Graphing (math by self)Lesson: MIMIO: Five Little Monkeys Subtraction (technology)
  • Math assessment (horseshoe)
  • Heart Counting – number sequencing 1-20 (journals)
  • Piggy Bank Addition: Have students pick some items from around the room (pencils, crayons, markers, books, etc…) to put price tags on. Allow the students to price items (1 cents, 10 cents etc…). Students will then pick 2 items to buy and add up their total using the piggy bank addition sheet. (math with a partner)

Writing

  • Complete making I Can Write 100 Words Class Chart
  • Continue Things I Love Interactive Writing
  • Continue Interactive Writing – Discuss what a noun is (person, place, or thing)

    Sing Song: What is noun? What is a noun? A person, place or thing, A person place or thing. (repeat) Or animal! Throughout the week we will chart nouns we love on hearts: Things we love…, People we love…, Places we love…

  • Love Acrostic Poem
  • Students will continue to write letters to friends in our school
  • Continue setting and using writing goals
  • Use story map to begin new beginning, middle, end story.
Social Studies/Science:
  • Dental Health Month – we will finish discussing the importance of oral health
  • Graph: How many Teeth have you lost?
  • Brainpopjr: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln
  • Brainpopjr: Seasons
  • Chart facts about each season
  • students will draw themselves in their favorite season, wearing the clothing they would wear during that season.
  • Social Studies magazine (Seasons)
  • Fun Friday – Fizzing Candy Hearts

Feeling Buddies:

Hope you all have a great week!!

February 11-15

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 10, 2019

February 11-15

It is hard to believe we are already in the middle of February. I hope everyone stayed warm this cold weekend. Our class is getting so excited about our upcoming Valentine’s Party this week! Here are a few reminders:

  • Our Valentine’s Party will be February 14th @ 11:00-12:00.
  • Please write a note in your child’s planner if you are able to help run one of the stations at the party or you can sign up using this link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0445A8AC29A6FE3-valentines
  • Please help your child fill out a Valentine card for each student in our class and begin sending those in to our class as soon as you have them ready.
  • We will be decorating a “Valentine’s Day sack” this week to hold all of our Valentines cards.  We need your help with decorations!  If you have any stickers, hearts, glitter (anything that would be fun to decorate a bag), we would LOVE to use it to decorate our bags.
  • I am sending home a book order tomorrow and it will be due this Friday if you are interested in ordering any books, you can order online using this link https://orders.scholastic.com/RGQPG
    • Bonus: This month, you can pick a FREE Book (up to $5) when you place an online order of $25 or more!

 

This week we will be learning:

  • I Love You Ritual song:  On Your Face

  • Sight Words: saw, because

Morning Activities

  • Sight Word Emergent Reader Book: February What book (sight word: what)
  • Journal Writing using sight word saw, I saw ___ (glue picture, count, and write word)

Ex: I saw four dogs. I saw six fish.

  • Penguin Mystery Picture, color words and number recognition
  • Winter Fluency Find It Game – ending sounds
  • Yes/No Graphing, Does your first name have more letters than your last name?
  • Continue working on beginning, middle, and end writing
  • Continue Make a Class List: What Love Is?

Reading:

  • Discuss purpose for reading and listening to various texts
  • Make inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding.
  • Use titles and illustrations to make predictions about texts.
  • books: The Day it Rained Hearts, Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons, Hamilton Duck
  • Long I chart
  • Poems: Hippity-hop to the Candy Shop, Friends
  • Find sight words, letters, words, & sentences in poems, op word family, review the sounds of y poster and apply to poem to assist in reading
  • compound word match
  • Phoneme Segmenting and Blending – Students will name the picture and segment the word into phonemes while slowly sliding the parts together 

 

Math:

  • solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10
  • model the action of joining to represent addition
  • explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding within 10 using words, pictures, and number sentences
  • Use foam hearts to create addition number sentences.
  • Sing or Read Five Little Monkeys and act out subtraction problems with monkey puppets.
  • create monkey subtraction lass book.
  • use the Pete the Cat Work Mat to model subtraction situations using buttons. write subtraction equations
  • book: The Mission of Addition, activity: make, act out, and solve story problems
  • Number Talk: Using Rekenreks, How many beads do you see? How do you see them?  subitize, counting strategies, finger fluency, different ways to show a number, ways to come up with that number.
  • Number Talk: Dot Cards, What do you see? How do you see it?

Math Centers:

  • Candy Heart Graphing (math by self)

    Lesson: MIMIO: Five Little Monkeys Subtraction (technology)

  • Math assessment (horseshoe)
  • Heart Counting – number sequencing 1-20 (journals)
  • Piggy Bank Addition: Have students pick some items from around the room (pencils, crayons, markers, books, etc…) to put price tags on. Allow the students to price items (1 cents, 10 cents etc…). Students will then pick 2 items to buy and add up their total using the piggy bank addition sheet. (math with a partner)

Writing

  • Continue making I Can Write 100 Words Class Chart
  • Interactive Writing – How to make a heart
  • Interactive Writing – Discuss what a noun is (person, place, or thing)

     

    Sing Song: What is noun? What is a noun? A person, place or thing, A person place or thing. (repeat) Or animal! Throughout the week we will chart nouns we love on hearts: Things we love…, People we love…, Places we love…

  • I Like Hearts Interactive Poem
  • Things I Love Interactive Writing
  • Students will continue to write letters to friends in our school
  • Continue setting and using writing goals
Social Studies/Science:
  • Dental Health Month – we will be discussing the importance of oral health
  • books – I Love to Brush My Teeth, Brush your Teeth Please
  • Chart: How do we keep our teeth healthy?
  • Graph: How many Teeth have you lost?
  • T Chart: Good for Your Teeth/Bad for Your Teeth (use magazines to cut out pictures)
  • Chart: Name that smile. Take a picture of each child’s mouth and have people guess who it belongs to.
  • Social Studies magazine (Responsibility)
  • Fun Friday – Shadow Drawing with Chalk

Feeling Buddies:

Hope you all have a great week!!

Pictures

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 10, 2019

February 4-8

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Posted by bradleys | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 4, 2019

February 4-8

I hope everyone had a great weekend! Groundhog Phil predicted an early spring and it sure felt like it this weekend. My parents and nephew came in and we were able to enjoy a lot of outdoor time watching the kids play.

 

This week we will be learning:

  • I Love You Ritual song:  Mary, Mary Extra-ordinary
  • Sight Words: are, what

Morning Activities

  • Sight Word Emergent Reader Book: The Hearts (sight word: are)
  • Complete beginning, middle, and end writing
  • Journal Writing using sight words
  • Make newest sight words with play dough and practice writing them
  • Winter Fluency Find It Game
  • Make a Class List: What Love Is?

Reading:

  • Discuss purpose for reading and listening to various texts
  • Make inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding.
  • Use titles and illustrations to make predictions about texts.
  • book: Somebody Loves You Mr. Hatch, activity: Make a surprise valentine for a special person in our school and deliver
  • book: Olive My Love, activity: create a B/M/E foldable
  • book: There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Rose, activity: Complete Sequencing anchor
  • Long I chart
  • Sort Characters that are in “The Hat”, students will use the retelling the sticks to retell the story.
  • Characters in the Hat- alphabet sort
  • Rhyming Words in the Hat
  • Poems: Friends, Happy Birthday, 100 days
  • Find sight words, letters, words, & sentences in poems, locate _ay/-ow, come up with other words that have -ay and -ow

Math:

  • solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10
  • model the action of joining to represent addition
  • explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding within 10 using words, pictures, and number sentences
  • book: Bennies Pennies, activity: decomposing the number 5 with the Penny Toss game (Shake up a cup of 5 pennies and draw H for heads and T for tails. Then, write the number sentence)
  • book: The Mission of Addition, activity: make, act out, and solve story problems
  • Piggy Bank Addition: Have students pick some items from around the room (pencils, crayons, markers, books, etc…) to put price tags on. Allow the students to price items (1 cents, 10 cents etc…). Students will then pick 2 items to buy and add up their total using the piggy bank addition sheet.
  • Number Talk: Using Rekenreks, How many beads do you see? How do you see them?  subitize, counting strategies, finger fluency, different ways to show a number, ways to come up with that number.
  • Number Talk: Dot Cards, What do you see? How do you see it?

Math Centers:

  • snowman number toss then build number on ten frame
  • snowball addition
  • Math Activity: MIMIO: Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers
  • I have, Who Has, Math Game
  • winter counting play-dough mats
  • gumball addition game
  • domino addition
  • Counting by 10s mittens
  • Valentine Adding race to 100 dice game
  • Tic Tac Teen

Writing

  • Continue making I Can Write 100 Words Class Chart
  • Interactive Writing – How to make a heart
  • I Like Hearts Interactive Poem
  • Things I Love Interactive Writing
  • Continue Interactive Writing: (with) students will write a sentence about foods they like using the word with, Ex: I want pizza with pepperoni
  • Introduce Writing a Letter Anchor Chart and talk about Wee Deliver Writing
  • Students will write a letter to a friend in our school
  • Review Writing Time Expectations
  • Share writing stories with B/M/E
  • Review anchor charts – What do writer’s Do? and I can tell a story!
  • Continue setting and using writing goals
  • lesson on spaces writing words (say it slow, listen for sounds, write sounds you hear)
Social Studies/Science:
  • Reference Groundhog Day Prediction Graph anddiscuss if the groundhog saw his shadow/make observations from graph
  • Read Nonfiction Groundhog Books on Epic Books online
  • Social Studies magazine (Responsibility)
  • Fun Friday – Shadow Drawing with Chalk

Feeling Buddies:

  • Feeling Buddies: Turn on My Thinking Brain

    To learn how to turn on your thinking brain by writing or drawing about emotional situations

     

    When we get lost in a feeling, we can’t hear its whisper message. Our thinking brains turn off and we may do or say hurtful things. We can only listen to the messages after we calm down. That is why they are called whisper messages. We have to be relaxed and calm to hear them.

    To turn on your thinking brain at the safe place you may choose to draw about what happened or write about it.

    Have children practice writing or drawing about a time their feelings got ahold of them. Allow share time if time permits.

    Sing Feeling Buddies Rap #7

Hope you all have a great week!!

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