Rhyming Picture Match
Letter R Picture Sort
Book Making – “I see a ___ bat.”
Word Work – “can”
Sentence Building – “That is a cat.”
Letter R Mini Book
Sight Word Mini Book – “can”
Highlight a Letter – R
Reading – Sight Word Book – I Can Move!
Listening Center – We’re Going on a Ghost Hunt – “What is your favorite part of the story?”
During our morning work time, the children completed a ‘can’ sight word worksheet and book.
I had a work meeting this morning, and Mrs. Bundy worked with them on the letter ‘R’ and reviewed ‘Q’ during Circle Time. They also read the ‘can’ book together.
Literacy/Math: We read the book “Here Are The Shapes” together.
Literacy: The children practiced writing letter ‘R.’
Literacy: The children found picture words that start with letter ‘R’ to paste on raindrops.
Math: The children completed a Scarecrow Ten Frame Walk to count the numbers and record the results.
Literacy/Craft: The children painted a rainbow, and they wrote about it.
Daily News: “I can jump to the rock!”
Have a great day!
Today and tomorrow’s centers include:
1. Teacher – Reading I Can Move! – focus sight word – can
2. Listening Center – We’re Going on a Ghost Hunt – “What is your favorite part of the story?”
3. ABC – Letter Rr picture sort and handwriting practice
4. Book Making/Theme – “We see a ____ bat.” Practicing color words!
5. Sight Word Word Work – Can – read, color, fill, write, and spell
6. Sentence Making- “That is a cat.” Put in word order, write it, and illustrate it.
7. ABC/Phonics – Letter Rr Mini Book – Handwriting practice and drawing words beginning with the /r/ sound
8. Sight Word Book: can
9. Word Work – Hilight the letter Rr
10. Rhyme Time – Rhyming picture match
Notices: We are missing an APA sweater (not a button up), please check to make sure your child didn’t accidently take it home. PLEASE LABEL YOUR CHILD’S SWEATERS, JACKETS, HATS, ETC. Thank you!
Basketball League for both boys and girls:
Parkview Fellowship League
911 S. Rangeline Rd.
Anderson, IN 46012
For girls and boys age 3-8th grade. Signups are Saturday October 25th from 9am-1pm at the church gym and also at their “Trunk or Treat” night on October 30 from 6pm-8pm at the church or you can sign up at pvfl.org
3 year olds-kindergarten will be $15 and includes a t-shirt.
For the older boys and girls they will have evaluations on Saturday, November 1 at the church gym.
10:00 AM will be 1-3rd grade evaluations
11:45 AM will be 4th-8th grade evaluations
Cost for 1st-8th grade (which includes uniform and league equipment)
$50 for 1 child
$95 for 2 children
$120 for 3 or more children
Parkview Fellowship League president is Charles Dalton 765-274-3932 firstname.lastname@example.org
During our morning work time, the children completed an ‘on’ sight word worksheet and book.
During our Morning Meeting, we continued to work on letter ‘Q,’ and the children are doing a great job blending word parts together to make a word. We read and discussed the book “Scarecrow, Scarecrow, How Scary Can You Be?” We completed a sight word poetry chart together for the word ‘on.’
Small group with me: The children completed their own ‘Scarecrow’ book, and we stretched out words together so that they could write the CVC words that went in their book. All of the children did a wonderful job!
Literacy: The children worked on finding picture words that start with ‘Q’ to paste on a quilt.
Math: The children played a scarecrow/crow game and rolled dice to put crows in the barn or on the scarecrow. They compared the numbers with their partner.
Literacy: The children completed their own sight word poetry page, and they played a letter ‘Q’ quilt matching game.
Literacy/Craft: The children made their own scarecrow to go with their book.
This afternoon, we watched a puppet interview Mo Willems. We read his book “There’s A Bird On Your Head,” and we discussed it together. We completed a chart with all of the facts about him that we have learned over our study.
Daily News: “Is it on the desk?”
Have a great day!
Today and tomorrow’s centers will include:
1. Math Write the Room – Spooky Ten Frames
2. Handwriting – Letter Qq
3. ABC – Letter Qq – Color by code
4. Sight Word – on (color, fill, write, and spell)
5. Writing – ” I see” sentences and “batty” color words
6. Phonics – Letter Qq Minibook
7. Math – Pattern Blocks
8. Word Work – Dry Erase Boards
9. Reading with Teacher – Thanksgiving Dinner – Sight word focus: on
10. Listening to Reading – 10 Hooting Owls by Simon William – Response: “What was your favorite part of the story?”
During our morning work time, the children worked on matching uppercase and lowercase letters.
During our Morning Meeting, we focused on stretching out words to distinguish between words that have common spelling. We completed our ‘Pumpkin Investigation’ by estimating the weight and weighing our pumpkin and seeing if it sinks or floats in water. We discussed the results, and the children completed their own investigation sheet. We worked on letter ‘Q,’ reviewed the sign language for letters A-Q, and the children practiced writing the letter ‘Q.’ We read and discussed the book ‘Quick As A Cricket.’ We sounded out and worked with the sight word ‘on.’
Small group with me: We read the sight word book “Thanksgiving Dinner” together.
Literacy: The children practiced writing the letter ‘Q.’
Math: The children completed a number word room walk to practice writing number words.
Literacy/Craft: The children made their own ‘quilt.’
Literacy/Craft: The children painted a quail with Q-tips.
This afternoon, we worked on blending word parts together. I said the two different parts of a word together, and they ‘clapped’ them together. The children worked really hard and did a wonderful job with this new concept! We also read and discussed two more books by Mo Willems. We will complete our Author Study about him tomorrow by reading some of their favorite books by him and listed everything they learned about him and his work.
Daily News: “It is on the desk.”
Have a great day!
Today we introduced the letter Q. We also worked on the sight word, on.
Please have your field trip permission slips and money in ASAP. If we do not have them on Wednesday, your child will not be able to attend.
All book orders have now been submitted. Books should arrive in the next 10 days. Thank you for your participation.
During our morning work time, the children worked on a ‘with’ sight word worksheet and book.
During our Morning Meeting, we focused on the difference between the letter sounds ‘O’ and ‘P,’ and we started our “Pumpkin Investigation!” The children guessed the following about our pumpkin: The amount of cubes that would measure its height and the amount of seeds inside. We watched “Spookley the Square Pumpkin,” and we discussed it together. We completed a sight word poetry chart for the word ‘with’ together.
Small group with me: The children made their own patterns with Froot Loops, wrote about it, and labeled the type of pattern.
Literacy: The children found picture words that start with ‘P.’
Math: The children put pumpkins in numerical order from 1-10.
Math: The children dug in pumpkins, grouped the seeds by 10, and they circled and wrote a 10 for each group.
Literacy: The children made their own sight word page and Pirate puppet.
This afternoon, we counted by 10′s for most of the seeds to find that we had 292 total! The children had so much fun today as they learned together! We will complete our “Pumpkin Investigation” on Monday by weighing the pumpkin and seeing if it sinks or floats in water!
Please make sure that you send in your child’s Field Trip permission slip and money on Monday so that we can tell Smith Family Farm how many children will be going on our trip! Have a wonderful weekend!