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This week in PreK!

READING
This week we will review the letters A, E, F, H, T, and introduce the letter L. They will learn the sign for L along with the signs for lion, lollipop, and lobster. We will also continue to build on the letters that we have learned so far.

MATH
We will continue to build on concepts we have already talked about as well as begin counting by 5 with PreK4. In PreK3 we will continue to work on counting and recognizing numbers. I will also introduce the concept of greater than and less than. We will work on this for the next couple weeks.

SCIENCE
We are still working on charts and how to read them. We will also begin talking about the stars, moon, and sun.


SOCIAL STUDIES
Our class will lead the school during the Pledge for the Veterans day program. Please work on this at home. 

RELIGION
This week we will begin talking about the saints. This week we will discuss St. Francis, St. John Vianney, and St. Philomena

This weeks show and tell will be on Thursday. I will send home their bags on Tuesday. Our letter this week will be E.

Spanish Classes for the Week of November 3, 2014

Here is what is planned for Spanish classes the week of November 3, 2014:

Pre-Kindergarten:  We will learn a new song for the Spanish animal words, and play a game.

Kindergarten:  We will learn the months of the year, and play a game to practice them.

1st Grade:  We will continue reviewing our colors this week.

2nd Grade:  We will play color bingo this week.

3rd Grade:  We will continue our work with gender and articles of Spanish nouns.

4th Grade:  We will continue learning vocabulary for parts of the body.

5th Grade:  We will conclude Lesson 5, and begin Lesson 6, which introduces numbers.

6th Grade:  We begin talking about the irregular verb “tener”.

7th Grade:  We will conclude Unit 1, and review for our test on November 10.

8th Grade:  We continue Lesson 5, which covers adjectives and adverbs.  We will have a quiz on this on November 17.

Red Ribbon Week Door Decorations

The teachers and the students worked very hard making their classroom doors a special reminder to stay healthy and drug free.

 

Pre K (early elementary winner)IMG_2226

1st GradeIMG_2230

2nd GradeIMG_2227

3rd Grade(upper elementary winner)IMG_22294th GradeIMG_2228

KindergartenIMG_2231

This week in PreK!

We have a busy week this week! 

Monday we have our STEM field day. The students can wear athletic clothes like the ones they wore for the Fun Run.

Tuesday is a normal school day. The students can wear a hat as part of our red ribbon week. “Put a cap on drugs!”

Wednesday is going to be very busy. We have a field trip to Bottom View Farm from 8:30-1:00 then our Fun Run assembly after the field trip. It is also “Shade out drugs” so the students may wear sun glasses that I have for them or their own. They can also wear any pants with a SJV shirt.

Thursday is a normal day. We will have a door decorating contest to go with our Red Ribbon Week. Our classroom theme is Frozen’s  Olaf “We like warm hugs and healthy hearts.”

Friday is our fall party as well as “Wear Red Day”     Students may come out of uniform this day as long as they wear something red.

Hope everyone has a wonderful week!

Spanish Classes for the Week of October 27, 2014

Due to STEM Field Day on Monday, the only Spanish classes that meet this week are on Wednesday and Thursday:

Pre-Kindergarten – No class this week due to field trip.

Kindergarten – We will cover some cultural objectives this week by reading a simple book about Dia de los Muertos.

1st & 2nd Grade – We will also delve into Hispanic culture this week with a project for Dia de los Muertos to accompany our PowerPoint and discussion.

5th Grade – We continue to discuss how to write questions in Spanish, as well as the difference between porque and por que.  We will also read a simple story in Spanish and answer questions about it.

6th Grade – Tic-Tac-Do Activities are due on Thursday, before we take our Unit 2 Vocabulary quiz.

7th Grade – We will finish our discussion of verbs like gustar, aburrir, and interesar, and begin the application of this knowledge through reading a simple conversation and answering questions about it.

8th Grade – We begin a new lesson this week on the Spanish use of articles and adjectives.