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Posted by jewager | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 20, 2019

Class notes:

Look for a paper Dec 2, explaining the holiday family project. Participation is not mandatory, but the students do like to share with the class. Do not feel that this needs to be anything fancy!

  • Visitors will not be allowed at lunch this week except for during our Feast Day or if given prior permission. (The Café will be a little busy!)

Important Dates

  • 11/22: Dress Down Day $1
  • 11/25-11/29: Thanksgiving Break

IB Unit 6- How We Express Ourselves: Thanksgiving

ELA:

  • This week we start our 3rdIB Unit, where we are in place and time: Thanksgiving by Gail Gibbons, A Plump and Perky Turkey, nonfiction texts about early pilgrims and Native Americans.
  • Students will participate in a rotation through other Kindergarten classes to learn more about early American life and also why/how we celebrate Thanksgiving in the present day.
  • Phonics: reviewing rhyming words, reviewing consonant sounds while blending in cvc words
  • Sight words: We are working on List B– students should recognize 25 sight words by the end of 2nd quarter, 50 by the end of 3rd quarter and 75 by the end of the year.

Writing:

  • Learning how to write: draw, label, touch and retell.

Math:

  • Number sense numbers 0-20. Counting groups of objects to 20 in different formations, array, scatter, line, circle.
  • Identifying what number come next and before, using a 100 chart.
  • Comparing numbers using vocabulary: greater than/, less than/fewer, and equal to/the same.
  • Count to 100
  • Writing numbers 0-20 correctly.

Happy Thanksgiving!

I am very thankful for your family and your wonderful child.  I hope you and your family have a grateful week celebrating with  family and friends.

Teasley is collecting donations this week

Items for donation:

Canned goods

Boxed foods

Cereal

Pasta

Canned fruit

Canned meat

Canned tuna

Dried beans

Lentils

Rice

Powdered or Canned Milk

Peanut Butter

Olive Oil (plastic bottle)

Canola Oil (plastic bottle)

Diapers

Paper towels

Toilet paper

Toothpaste

Shampoo

Soap

Deodorant

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Posted by jewager | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 4, 2019

Week of Nov 4-8

Class notes:

  • Our final project for this unit on movement will be for each child to create a vehicle that can move. We need your clean cardboard boxes (cereal, cracker, tissue etc), toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, oatmeal/breadcrumb cylinder containers. All items need to be sent in by Thursday November 7th– thank you for helping us!
  • Look for field trip permission slips this week for our in school field trip about motion- with High Touch High Tech.
  • Don’t forget to go to TeasleyPTA.com and register/donate to the Tiger Trot!

Important Dates:

  • 11/5: No school- teacher work day.
  • 11/7: Library Visit
  • 11/8: All pro dads -7 am Cafe
  • 11/8: Tiger Trot : students wear class shirts and athletic bottoms – if they want. Our class will participate in the Tiger Trot during specials on Friday.
  • 11/12: Spirit night- Chick fil A Cumberland Mall food court- Chorus performance
  • 11/12- In school field trip- High Touch High Tech
  • 11/20: Kindergarten Thanksgiving lunch in the Café: time TBD
  • 11/22: Dress Down Day $1
  • 11/25-11/29: Thanksgiving Break

IB Unit 2- How the World Works: Attributes of Force and motion

ELA:

  • The central idea for our unit is that movement causes change. We will continue in our Force and Motion study this week. Through our texts we will add to our motion vocabulary. The class will also compare and contrast push and pull movements using a Texts: Brain Pop Force and Motion, MotionSheep in a Jeep.
  • Phonics: reviewing rhyming words, reviewing consonant sounds while blending in cvc words- cvc words are closed syllable and end in a consonant- the vowel is short. Words like be are open syllable and the “e’ is long.
  • Sight words: List B- students should recognize 25 sight words by the end of 2ndquarter)  This weeks words: on, so, we, but, like, in

Writing:

  • Learning how to write: draw, label, touch and retell.
  • Writing information: “how to”

Math:

  • Number sense numbers 0-20. Counting groups of objects to 20 in different formations, array, scatter, line, circle.
  • Identifying what number come next and before, using a 100 chart.
  • Comparing groups of objects and numbers using vocabulary: greater than/, less than/fewer, and equal to/the same.
  • Count to 100

Have a great week!

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