5/24/19 Newsletter

May 24, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

It’s hard to believe that we have just over 3 weeks of school left. Everyone seems to be feeling it with a lot of excitement and anticipation! We thoroughly enjoyed participating in Tuesday’s Spring Sing concert and wrapping up our unit on Polar habitats this week.

Field Trip:

Friday, June 14th the first grade is headed to the Brackett’s Landing in Edmonds for a Ranger Beach Walk at low tide from about 9:00am-12:30pm. Permission slips were sent home today, please complete both sides and return Permission Slips by next Friday the 31st. Also, please remember not to buy hot lunch for that day- Friday, June 14th. Thanks!

We need your artwork for the 2019 Jog-a-thon!

The deadline to submit artwork for the 2019 Jog-a-Thon has been extended! All students grades PK-7 are encouraged to submit artwork to Señor Pablo or the school office by Friday, June 7thTwo designs will be chosen to represent the 2019 Jog-a-Thon (t-shirt and poster).

·         Winners will receive a Scrip card of their choice for $25!

·         Artwork should be hand drawn by the student in one-color ink.

Email the Jog-a-thon Team at fundraising@st-johnschool.org if you have any questions.  See the examples of last year’s winning artwork above. We look forward to seeing your creative designs!

 

 

Questions to Ask:

-What was your favorite part of the Spring Sing Concert?

-Name several 3-dimensional shapes.

-What did you learn about the Polar habitat this week?

 

 

Special Notes:

-Garden Party, May 25th 8:00-2:00

-No School Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day

-All School Mass, Dress Uniform Thursday, May 30th

-Optional Summer Conferences 5/29-6/7

-Habitat Day, Monday June 10th

-Field Trip to the Tide Pools is June 14th

-School’s Out Grill’s Out, June 15th

 

 

I Can…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-use what I know about phonics to spell new words. L.1.2

-spell first grade words. L.1.2

-capitalize dates and names of people. L.1.2

-punctuate sentences. 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

-put three objects in order from longest to shortest. 1.MD.1

-tell the length of an object using whole numbers. 1.MD. 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5/17/19 Newsletter

May 17, 2019

First Sea Otter News

We had a great week! We began learning about the Rosary, identifying and creating equal parts in two-dimensional shapes and wrapping up our grasslands habitat unit with a watercolor scene. Students also gave their best effort on the MAP test this week. We are so proud of all the progress they have made this year!

Habitat Project Information

This week the first graders picked their habitats.  Now they are ready to begin their project.  The first task is to fill out the green Habitat-Planning Sheet by MONDAY, May 20.  Check the attached list (homework) to know what habitat your child is studying.  Your planning sheet needs to be approved by your teacher.  For example, if a student chooses a dolphin, it would be not be approved because there are too many types of dolphins.  If a student chooses a spinner dolphin it will be approved.  Please do not begin research or building your habitat until you get the approval from your teacher!  Please keep the pink TO DO list at home.  It gives important due dates and goals to help keep your child on track for the project

Spring Sing Concert:

The primary spring concert will be Tuesday, May 21st at 6:00pm in Egan Hall. Please dress up in Spring Concert Attire, for example: dresses, skirts, boys should wear a shirt with a collar (uniform shorts ok too). 1st and 2nd graders please meet in your classroom between 5:40-5:45 pm. Please email Mrs. Tsagalakis if your child is not able to join us for the concert. ptsagalakis@st-johnschool.org

Field Trip:

Friday, June 14th the first grade is headed to the Brackett’s Landing in Edmonds for a Ranger Beach Walk at low tide. The walk will be from 9:45-10:30am. We will also eat lunch there after the walk.  Permission slips will be sent home next week. The complete field trip should be from about 9:00am-12:30pm.  We are still in need of a few more chaperones; please let me know if you would like to come! Please don’t order Hot Lunch this day!

 

Jog-A-Thon Art Contest:

All students grades PK-7 are encouraged to submit artwork to Señor Pablo or the school office by Friday, May 31st Two designs will be chosen to represent the 2019 Jog-a-thon (t-shirt and poster).  Winners will receive a Scrip card of their choice for $25!

Artwork should be hand drawn by the student in one-color ink.

Email the Jog-a-thon Team at fundraising@st-johnschool.org if you have any questions.

Questions to Ask

-What are equal parts?

-How many quarter parts are in whole?

-What is one of the prayers in the Rosary?

Special Notes:

-Primary Spring Concert, Tuesday May 21st at 6:00pm

-No School Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day

-All School Mass, Dress Uniform

-Habitat Day, Monday June 10th

-Field Trip to the Tide Pools is June 14th

I Can…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-use what I know about phonics to spell new words. L.1.2

-spell first grade words. L.1.2

-use conjunctions and determiners. L.1.1

-capitalize dates and names of people. L.1.2

-punctuate sentences. 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

 

 

 

 

 

 

5/10/19 Newsletter

May 10, 2019

First Sea Otter News

Happy Mother’s Day to all you amazing moms! We hope you will enjoy the gift your children created this week. Enjoy this special day! This week we wrapped up our study of the Grasslands and look forward to exploring the Polar Habitat over the next two weeks.

As the year winds down, I encourage you to check in with your child to ensure he/she is able to work independently. Can he/she tie shoes? Work alone for 15 minutes? We are working hard to be sure we are ready for second grade.

Summer Solutions:

Summer Solutions books are available for order! Each book costs $13.00. See the attached to order using the code listed. Orders will be shipped to Miss Gudaitis and delivered to students before school dismisses for holidays. Please be aware – the Code for ordering expires Sunday, May 12th!

Summer Conference Sign Ups:

At this time of year I like to offer optional conferences.  These are meant to discuss concerns, progress, and preparation for second grade over the summer in partnership with your child’s summer contract.

Every first grader will make a summer contract in class that includes a plan for reading, writing, math, and student choice. They will bring it home to you to use as a tool for summer growth.

If you don’t wish to schedule a conference or are unable to find a time slot please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns.

The Sign Up Genius Link is here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508054fafa922aaf94-optional

Save the Date:

We will be having our final Field Trip on Friday, June 14th. Please save the date if you would like to chaperone- we will need at least 5 parent chaperones as we explore the tide pools on a ranger walk at Edmonds Brackett’s Landing Park.

Questions to Ask:

-What is something helpful you can do for Mother’s Day?

-What is a composite shape?

-What is something interesting you learned about the grasslands?

Special Notes:

-Primary Spring Concert, Tuesday May21st at 6:00pm

-No School Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day

-Field Trip to the Tide Pools is June 14th

I Can…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-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

-tell about shapes and build and draw shapes. 1.G.1

-make two and three-dimensional shapes. 1.G.2

-use shapes to make new shapes. 1.G.2

-divide shapes into parts. 1.G.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

5/3/19 Newsletter

May 3, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

May is here! We are officially 32 school days away from second grade! Second grade is a big jump for some students. Students are expected to be independent, self-directed, make good choices, and display proper classroom behavior. Take time to check in with your child and assess their readiness and feelings about this big accomplishment.

This week students participated in the crowning of Mary. First graders brought flowers for Mary and beautifully helped lead one decade of the rosary at church. Students also began their study of the grasslands habitat and complete our 2-D shape unit by comparing and creating composite shapes.

Along with the habitat unit, students are learning the conventions or features of nonfiction books.  Mrs. Longton had the first graders check out nonfiction books as their second book for the week. Have your child check out their nonfiction books for any conventions! See below for the list of conventions they have learned the past few weeks.

Labels – help the reader identify a picture of photograph and/or its parts

Photographs – help the reader understand exactly what something looks like

Captions – help the reader better understand a picture or photograph

Comparisons – help the reader understand the size of one thing by comparing it to the size of something familiar

Cutaways – help the reader understand something by looking at it from the inside

 Maps – help the reader understand where things are in the world

Types of print – help the reader by signaling, “Look at me! I’m important!”

Close-ups – help the reader see details in something small

Tables of contents – help the reader identify key topics in the book in the order they are presented

 Index – an alphabetical list of almost everything covered in the text, with page numbers

Glossary – helps the reader define words contained in the text

Student Photo Essay Contest (optional): In your child’s folder today you will find an information sheet about the school wide photo contest. All students are invited to participate, but it is not required. Student submissions are due no later than Friday, May 24th. This contest will coincide with Mrs. Kay’s art show the following week!

Summer Conference:

Keep and eye out in the next week for a summer conference sign up. These are optional conferences that are meant to discuss concerns, progress, and preparation for second grade over the summer.

Questions to Ask:

-What prayers do we say in the rosary?

-What define a shape’s vertex and side?

-What are 2 different names for a grassland habitat?

Special Notes:

  • MAP testing during the mornings of 5/14 and 5/16
  • Memorial Day: No School Monday, May 27th

I Can…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-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

-tell about shapes and build and draw shapes. 1.G.1

-make two and three-dimensional shapes. 1.G.2

-use shapes to make new shapes. 1.G.2

 

 

4/19/19 Newsletter

April 19, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

We thoroughly enjoyed our first week in the new classroom. We spent a lot of time learning new routines and procedures as well as wrapping up our study of the Desert Habitat!

Holy Week is a time of learning and reflection at St. John. Today we honored Jesus’ sacrifice on Good Friday through silent dismissal. Students made Holy Week books, studied each of Jesus’ last days on Earth, and prayed with the school community the Stations of the Cross.

Have a joyous Easter and a fabulous break!

THANK YOU-Lenten Service Projects: Thank you for your generous donations of items for the Teddy Bear Patrol, Sock Drive, and Book Drive. And for all your Rice Bowl contributions as well. It was a joy to watch the students come together to give and bless others.

Spirit Gear:

We are now offering spirit gear for our families!  The on-line store will be open until April 22nd,  after that time it will take two weeks for the gear to arrive.  The spirit gear does NOT take the place of our school uniform.  Show your school spirit and order today!!

Special Notes:

– Easter Sunday Mass at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.

No homework over Easter Break!

I Can…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-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

-tell about shapes and build and draw shapes. 1.G.1

-make two and three-dimensional shapes. 1.G.2

-use shapes to make new shapes. 1.G.2

 

4/12/19 Newsletter

April 12th, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

It has been a hectic week of packing up and moving our classroom but the first graders have done an amazing job of being flexible during this busy time! We continued our math unit on measurement, specifically focusing on telling time to the hour and half hour. We began our unit on desert habitats by exploring the types of adaptations animals need to live there and where deserts around the world are found.

Next week we will celebrate the holiest week of the Church year!  We want your family to experience this week so the homework will be focused on Religion.  You can keep the purple Holy Week packet at home over Easter break to read through (there is something for Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday). Remember that at Good Friday dismissal we leave in silence to remember how much Jesus loves us.

New Classroom and Afternoon Pick Up Procedure:

We will be in our new classroom beginning Monday! Please pick up your child in the afternoon from along the fence near the Quigly Building. Morning time procedure will stay the same.

Spirit Gear:

We are now offering spirit gear for our families!  The on-line store will be open until April 22nd,  after that time it will take two weeks for the gear to arrive.  The spirit gear does NOT take the place of our school uniform.  Show your school spirit and order today!!

LINK: https://stjohnspiritgear2019.itemorder.com

Lent CRS Rice Bowl week 5:

This week we heard of a story of hope from Gaza.   Below is the link to the story and a simple recipe from Gaza that your family is encouraged to try- Shakshouka.

https://www.crsricebowl.org/stories-of-hope/week-5

https://www.crsricebowl.org/recipe/shakshouka

Questions to Ask:

-What do most animals do in the day in the desert habitat?

-How many minutes is “half past” an hour?

-When can it snow in the desert?

Special Notes

– this Monday, April 15thFirst Day in Our New Classroom!

-Easter Holiday- April 22nd-26th

I Can…

-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

-find the main topic and details in a section of nonfiction. RI.1.2

-make and describe connections between two people, evens, or ideas in nonfiction. RI.1.3

-use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction. RI.1.7

-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

-read texts and materials to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. 1.LS1.2

-tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2

-find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5

-know what an equal sign means. 1.OA.7

-compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3

-subtract multiples of 10 under 100 and explain what I did. 1.NBT.6

 

 

4/5/19 Newsletter

April 5th, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

We had an awesome week in science learning about Rain Forest Habitats. We wrapped up this focus by comparing Temperate and Rain forests with a Venn diagram, and completing a spider monkey art project! Next week we shift our Habitat focus to Deserts. We also began a math unit on measurement. We practiced using rulers and measurement vocabulary a lot this week!

Lent CRS Rice Bowl week 4:

This week we heard of a story of hope from Sierra Leone.   Below is the link to the story and a simple recipe from Sierra Leone that your family is encouraged to try- ground nut stew.

https://www.crsricebowl.org

https://www.crsricebowl.org/recipe/ground-nut-stew

Auction! Mrs. Peoples Class Art Project Info

“Each child finger-painted bursts of color and pattern, creating a unique and playful sunburst style mirror that wants to adorn your home!”

Thank you to Mrs. Young for creating such an amazing art project with our class.

(it will be #907 during Spotlight at the Auction)

Questions to Ask:

-What are the four layers in the Rain Forest?

-Name 3 animals that live in the Rain Forest.

-What is one measuring rule you learned this week?

Special Notes

-Star Sea Otter for the week of April 8 is Johnny

– Thursday, April 11th is the deadline for the Teddy Bear Giveaway

-Easter Holiday- April 22nd-26th

I Can…

-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

-find the main topic and details in a section of nonfiction. RI.1.2

-make and describe connections between two people, evens, or ideas in nonfiction. RI.1.3

-use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction. RI.1.7

-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

-read texts and materials to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. 1.LS1.2

-tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2

-find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5

-know what an equal sign means. 1.OA.7

-compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3

-subtract multiples of 10 under 100 and explain what I did. 1.NBT.6

 

 

 

3/29/19 Newsletter

March 29th, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

We had an awesome week in science learning about Temperate Forests and Rain Forests. We also enjoyed participating in a STEM project on Thursday with our 8th Grade buddies. The goal was to create the tallest free standing object with straws, tape, paper clips, and index cards. The highest the students built was 117cm!  Students also enjoyed publishing and illustrating their Vacation Narrative to completion this week.

Report Cards: Please remember to sign and return the YELLOW copy of the report card ASAP.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Thanks!

Lent CRS Rice Bowl week 3:

This week we heard of a story of hope from Sri Lanka.   Below is the link to the story and a simple recipe from Sri Lanka that your family is encouraged to try- Coconut Dhal.

https://www.crsricebowl.org/stories-of-hope/week-3

https://www.crsricebowl.org/recipe/coconut-dhal

 

Questions to Ask:

-What types of trees do Temperate Forest’s have?

-Name 3 animals that live in a Temperate Forest.

-What strategy do you use to find values from a bar graph?

Special Notes

-Star Sea Otter for the week of April 1 is Katherine

– Thursday, April 11th is the deadline for the Teddy Bear Giveaway

-Easter Holiday- April 22nd-26th

I Can…

-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

-find the main topic and details in a section of nonfiction. RI.1.2

-make and describe connections between two people, evens, or ideas in nonfiction. RI.1.3

-use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction. RI.1.7

-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

-read texts and materials to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. 1.LS1.2

-tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2

-find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5

-know what an equal sign means. 1.OA.7

-compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3

-subtract multiples of 10 under 100 and explain what I did. 1.NBT.6

 

 

3/22/19 Newsletter

March 22, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

Happy first week of spring! The first graders are learning with so much excitement. We continued our study of what is a Habitat and began learning about Temperate Forests. In math we began a unit on graphing. We are continuing our Lenten journey by joining in prayer each morning with Mrs. Oines’ class and attending Stations of the Cross Friday afternoons.

Primary Grades’ Lenten Service Project: Teddy Bear Patrol

We will be collecting new or gently used teddy bears or small stuffed animals no bigger than 12 inches in length for children in need. Please bring your donation to the your classroom by April 11. Thank you for your kindness!

 

Rice Bowl: This week we focused on families from Uganda. CRS helped them build a home as refugees.  Check out the story and recipe here: https://www.crsricebowl.org/stories-of-hope/week-2

https://www.crsricebowl.org/recipe/bamia

Report Cards: Report cards came home yesterday- Thursday, March 21st. Please take a moment to review your child’s report card. Remember that these are goals for the end of year. If they are progressing, it means they are on their way to meeting the standard or benchmark. If your child is meeting a standard you can continue practicing that skill. Please sign and return the YELLOW COPY of the report card and ENVELOPE.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Upcoming Events: Hope you can make it!

March Crabness, March 23. An event for the entire family. 

Family STEM Night, March 28- 5:30pm-7:30pm.

Questions to Ask:

-Name 2 things that a Habitat needs.

-What is a way you can use Tally Marks at home?

-What is a living and nonliving thing in a Temperate Forest Habitat?

Special Notes:

-Star Sea Otter for the week of March 25 is Elsa

-Stem Night Thursday, March 28th

– Spring Break is April 22-26

I Can…

-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

-find the main topic and details in a section of nonfiction. RI.1.2

-make and describe connections between two people, evens, or ideas in nonfiction. RI.1.3

-use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction. RI.1.7

-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

-read texts and materials to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. 1.LS1.2

-tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2

-find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5

-know what an equal sign means. 1.OA.7

-compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3

-subtract multiples of 10 under 100 and explain what I did. 1.NBT.6

 

 

3/15/19 Newsletter

March 15, 2019

First Grade Sea Otter News

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This week students continued learning about the Stations of the Cross where they walk with Jesus each Friday. They studied landforms, maps, and globes; we will use these skills during Habitat identification. We had a wonderful time with our Grandparents and Special friends and cherished the time at our class mass on Wednesday with our 8th grade buddies. This week marks the completion of our 2nd Trimester. Look out for report cards/instructions next week Thursday the 21st.

THANK YOU!

Thank you to everyone who volunteered to bake, set up, serve, and clean up at Grandparents and Special Friends day. It was a huge success and we couldn’t have enjoyed such a wonderful lunch and program without your help!

Report Cards: Report cards are coming home next Thursday March 21st. Please take a moment to review your child’s report card. Remember that these are goals for the end of year. If your child is progressing, it means they are on their way to meeting the standard or benchmark. If your child is meeting a standard you still want continue practicing that skill. Please sign and return the YELLOW copy of the report card.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Thanks!

 

 Upcoming Events: Hope you can make it!

March Crabness, March 23. An event for the entire family. 

Family STEM Night, March 28- 5:30pm-7:30pm.

 

Lent CRS Rice Bowl week 1:

This week we heard of a story of hope from Guatemala.   Below is the link to the story and simple recipe from Guatemala that your family is encouraged to try- Black Bean Soup.

https://www.crsricebowl.org/stories-of-hope/week-1

https://www.crsricebowl.org/recipe/black-bean-soup

 

Questions to Ask:

-What is something you learned about maps or landforms?

-What was your favorite part of Grandparents/Special Friends Day?

 

Special Notes

-Star Sea Otter for the week of March 18 is Julian

– 3rd Trimester begins on Monday the 18th

-Easter Holiday- April 22nd-26th

 

I Can…

-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

-find the main topic and details in a section of nonfiction. RI.1.2

-make and describe connections between two people, evens, or ideas in nonfiction. RI.1.3

-use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction. RI.1.7

-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

-read texts and materials to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. 1.LS1.2

-tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number. 1.NBT.2

-find 10 more or 10 less in my head. 1.NBT.5

-know what an equal sign means. 1.OA.7

-compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and =. 1.NBT.3

-subtract multiples of 10 under 100 and explain what I did. 1.NBT.6