- December 6th ~ Spirit Night at Chipotle from 4-8pm!
- December 8th ~ Spirit Day
- Specials Notes: Please remember to send your child to school wearing/with a change of appropriate shoes for P.E. days. AVA Library books are due back the day before (Monday) our designated day so books can be re-shelved and your child may check out a new book.
- Reminders: As the weather starts to get colder, please send kiddos with appropriate winter gear. Also, please write their names on their clothing articles so we can keep track of everyone’s belongings! Please be sure to send a seasonal change of clothes with your child in case of accidents or large messes. Thank you!
- Folders: Please be sure to have your child bring back their Thursday and Homework Folders every Friday.
DLR (Daily Language Review) Packet: Week 13
Chapter 5: Articles
Unit 3 Week 1: What is time? How do we measure time?
WONDERS: Unit 3 Week 1
- Comprehension Strategy: Make and confirm predictions
- Phonics: Review a_e words
- High frequency words: away, now, some, today, way, and why
- Oral vocabulary words: weekend, calendar, occasion, schedule, and immediately
- Visit my links and documents page for practice games on Spelling City
- Spelling words: make, take, came, game, gate, late, some, today, made, yesterday
Bonus words: November, shade, mistake, escape, shake
FRIDAY ASSESSMENTS: Spelling test, Chapter 7 math test, Shurley Check-up Ch. 5
Chapter 7 Numbers to 20
- Count on from 10, make a 10 and then count on
- Use place value to show numbers to 20
- Use models to show numbers to 20
- Compare sets of numbers
- Use place value to find out how much greater or how much less
- Use place value to compare three numbers
- Make patterns with connecting cubes
- Find a number more than the number given
- Order numbers from least to greatest
Since religion is a shaping force in the story of civilization, Core Knowledge introduces children in the early grades to major world religions. The focus is on geography, major symbols, and figures. The purpose is not to explore matters of theology, but to introduce basic vocabulary for understanding many events in history. The goal is to familiarize not proselytize. To the question, “Which is true?” our response will be “people of different faiths believe different things to be true. The best people to talk to about this are your parents.”
Students will learn:
- What different people believe
- Religions as the basis of significant events and ideas in world history
- Judaism: Belief in one God, Exodus, Isreal, Chanukah, Star of David, Torah, and Synagogue
- Christianity: Developed from Judaism, Jesus as the Messiah, Christmas, Easter, Symbol of the cross
- Islam: Origin in Arabia, Allah, Muhammad, Makkah, Qur’an, Mosque, and symbols of crescent and star
December: Brer Rabbit Stories
Sayings and Phrases
If you first don’t succeed try, try again.
Land of Nod.
December: Let the cat out of the bag.
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