Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Week #7 - Word Wall Words

Here is this week's Word Wall Word List. 

1. were
2. are
3. saw
4. here


*Please continue to review the words for the week by reading them, writing them, and putting them into complete sentences.

Thank you for your support at home! 

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Week #6 - Word Wall Words

Here is this week's Word Wall Word List. This week's words are all words that are used when writing questions. Your child is has been using these words a lot in class already to create orientation sentences in Recount writing. Discuss how your child has been using these words in class as you practice. 

1. who
2. what
3. where
4. when
5. why

*Please continue to review the words for the week by reading them, writing them, and putting them into complete sentences.

Thank you for your support at home! 

Sunday, October 6, 2019

About Composing & Decomposing Numbers


Week #5 - Word Wall Words

Here is this week's Word Wall Word List. All the words have short "i" sounds. Discuss this as you practice. 

1. city
2. trip
3. quit
4. drink
5. will

*Please continue to review the words for the week by reading them, writing them, and putting them into complete sentences.

Thank you for your support at home! 

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Making Connections

In class we are working on the reading strategy, "Making Connections." Here is a video you can use to review this strategy with your child. 

Making Connections Clip

When your child reads at home, ask them questions about the connections they can make to themselves, other texts, and the world. 

Happy Reading!

Mrs. Voisin

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Place Value Test Coming Up!

We will be having a Place Value Test on Tuesday October 8th. Note that we have been and will be continuing to work on all concepts involved. We may have some quizzes leading up to Tuesday as well. 

Your child will need to know how to do the following:

1. Represent numbers in a variety of ways (ex. pictures-base ten, ten frames, tally marks, expanded form)

2. Decompose numbers by identifying how many tens and how many ones make the number (ex. in the number 47, there are 4 tens and 7 ones). 

3. Rounding 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10. 

4. Comparing and ordering numbers. 

Thank you for your continued support!
Mrs. Voisin

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Week # 4 - Word Wall Words

Here is this week's Word Wall Word List:

1. every
2. very
3. went
4. then
5. them

*Please continue to review the words for the week by reading them, writing them, and putting them into complete sentences.

Thank you for your support at home!