February 14, 2019
First Grade Sea Otter News
This week was short, sweet, and slushy! We enjoyed sharing snow day stories with one another and celebrating St. Valentine’s Day with fun math, heart artwork, and exchanging cards. We continued reviewing strategies to add/subtract 2-digit numbers and identifying place value.
100th Day of School:
As of today, February 27th will now be our 100th day of school. Please still bring your 100 word poster project to school on Thursday the 21st.
There will be no homework packet this upcoming week. But please continue reading everyday and use the resources below to review this past week’s spelling list and math concepts.
-Label spelling words: noun, verb, adjective
-Color code the sorts on the poem page attached to today’s homework
-Write sentences with two spelling words in them- bonus for three words in a sentence!
-Hunt for words in any book that have your spelling sort pattern
– Use reading activity resources listed here https://grade1.st-johnschool.org/important-links/
-Read a good fit book 15 minutes a day!
– Make flash cards of addition and subtraction math facts 0-10
– Roll dice or flip playing cards and add them numbers then list the complete fact family
-Ms. Gudaitis’ math resources: https://math.st-johnschool.org/important-links/
Questions to Ask
– How many tens are in 58? How many ones?
– What did you learn about St. Valentine?
– Kate is Star Sea Otter this week
– No school Friday, 2/15 – Tuesday, 2/19 for faculty retreat and mid-winter holiday.
-read first grade words. RF1.3
-use adjectives. L.1.1
-use what I know about phonics to spell new words. L.1.2
-spell first grade words. L.1.2
-sort words into categories. L.1.5
-read and understand first grade fiction. RL.1.10
-read and understand first grade non-fiction. RI.1.10
-tell about the main ideas and details after I listen or read. SL.1.2
-follow rules for discussions, talk with others, and ask questions during discussions. SL.1.1
-speak and write in complete sentences. SL.1.6
-revise and edit my writing. W.1.5
– count to 120. 1.NBT.1
– tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2
– compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3
– use manipulatives, pictures, and math strategies to help me solve problems within 100. 1.NBT.4
– find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5