Sight Words: from, or, one, had, by
Hello Parents! This week we will be studying the Northwest Native Americans. For this unit, we will be doing a lot of crafts and there are a few materials you might want to keep an eye out. They are: paper towel tube, construction paper, markers, and glue.
It is very important that you allow your student to complete assignments as they assigned directly after the lesson. The reason is that it gives your student an opportunity to independently practice the skills taught, and they won’t fall behind.
If your student finishes their assignment early please have them do the following activities: Raz-Kidz Headsprout, Epic Reading, IXL, or Everyday Math Games.
Check out what we are learning below:
Reading: How can we become readers?
- I can use what I know about my favorite stories and my finger to point to the words I know
- I can use checklists to help my read my favorite storybook
- I can celebrate being a reader
Phonics: How can we read new words?
- I can use the first letters to connect names to other words
- I can read a word quickly when I know it
Writing: How can we show and tell with our writing?
- I can add details to my drawings and words
- I can continue to draw and write pages about my object
- I can return to a previous writing sample to add more
- I can write books about places that are important
Math: How can we show numbers in different ways?
- I can use positional language to follow and give directions for an obstacle course
- I can create matching representations for a number between 5 and 10
- I can discuss and analyze different representations of numbers I created
- I can practice numeral recognition, counting, and one-to-one correspondence as I play a game
Social Studies: Who were the Native Americans?
- I can tell who the Chinook and Tillamook tribes are
Science: What do plants and animals need to live and grow?
- I can explain that plants need light to grow
- I can explain that plants get the light they need from the leaves