### Week of August 21

**Tests**

Monday: Math speed drill test 3

Tuesday: Handwriting test 6

Friday: Science test 3 on fish (study guide in red folder sent home Monday)

**Classwork**

__Monday: __

Math: Workbook pages 51-52. Go over worksheet with the class (circle the digit in the ten’s place, circle the number that is greatest, count by tens, write sums and differences, underline the number that is the least, cross out to find differences). Speed drill test 3

Social Studies: Workbook pages 15-16. Discuss different kinds of shelters. Allow students to name some shelters that they have seen or know of. Go over following directions. Discuss with the students what would happen if we did not follow directions. Go over the questions on page 16 and allow students to complete the worksheet in order to see how well they follow directions.

Science: Workbook pages 53-54. Introduce students to the word “insect”. Go over the three main body parts of an insect (head, thorax, and abdomen) and that insects have six legs. Allow students to label the parts of a damselfly. Allow students to use their word bank to answer the questions on page 54.

Writing: Complete worksheets pages 43-44. Review formation of letters and sentences

__Tuesday:__

Math: Workbook pages 53-54 (write the missing dates on the calendar, number the days of the week, write numbers by reading the tens and ones place charts, find out how many cents by counting dimes, write the missing numbers by ones, solve story problems, write the number that comes between, circle 40 cents, write the sums and differences).

Social Studies: Workbook pages 17-18. Go over the terms “resources” with the students. Allow the students to give an example of different resources around them. Complete page 17. Continue discussing resources by completing the web chart on page 18.

Science: Workbook page 55. Teach the students more about insects by talking about the amount of legs they have and body parts. Allow students to do a craft where they cut out an insect and glue the body parts together. Allow the students to label and color the insect.

Writing: Test 6

__Wednesday: __

Math: Workbook pages 55-56 (write the number that comes between, write the differences, count and write how many, match the dimes with what they will buy, mark the greatest number)

Social Studies: Workbook pages 19-20. Talk about weather. Allow the students to name different kinds of weather that we experience. Allow them to describe each type of weather as well. Discuss how we dress each day based on the weather outside. Complete study guide on page 20 with the class. Review the terms states, weather, globe, border, and map.

Science: workbook pages 56-58. Give each student three marshmallows and nine cotton swabs. Allow the students to line the three marshmallows up and to connect them with a cotton swab. Allow the students to add two antennas and six legs to the marshmallows in order to create an insect. Discuss whether all insects are alike.

Writing: Complete worksheets pages 45-46. Review formation of letters and sentences

__Thursday:__

Math: Workbook pages 57-58 (write the sums and differences, write the number after by ones, write numbers by reading the tens and ones place charts, count how many cents, solve the story problem, circle the number that is the greatest, underline the number that is the least)

Social Studies: Review terms states, weather, globe, border, and map for test. Study guide will be sent home today for test on Tuesday.

Science: Workbook pages 59-60. Discuss the life cycle of a butterfly and go over picture examples. Allow students to label the pictures in order. Go over the term “metamorphosis”.

Writing: Complete worksheets pages 47-48. Review formation of letters and sentences

__Friday:__

Math: Workbook pages 59-60

Social Studies: Review for test. Play a game with the terms states, weather, globe, border, and map

Science: Test 3 on fish (study guide in red folder sent home Monday)

Writing: Complete worksheets pages 49-50. Review formation of letters and sentences

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### Week of September 14

**Announcements **

No school Monday or Tuesday due to the storm.

Wednesday, September 16 will be grandparent’s day.

Thursday, September 17 will be field day for 1^{st} graders. They can wear a spirit shirt, school gym shorts, and tennis shoes.

**Tests**

Wednesday: Science test 1 on mammals, living, and non-living things. (see study guide in red folder)

Thursday: Writing test 5.

Friday: Math test 3. Students will need to be able to write the sums to the problems that are given to them, circle the number that is greater, count how many pennies there are and write how many cents they are equal to, count by tens, write the number after by counting by ones, underline the number that is less, write the differences to the subtraction problems.

**Classwork**

__Wednesday:__

Math: Workbook pages 47-48. Go over worksheet with the class. Go over counting with dimes, writing the missing number in an addition problem, write a number using the ones and tens chart, go over writing the days of the week, write the number that comes between, and go over the words “same”, “smaller”, and “bigger”.

Science: Science test 1 on mammals, living, and non-living things. (see study guide in red folder)

__Thursday:__

Math: Workbook pages 49-50. Go over counting from 51 to 100, recognizing numbers with 0’s in the ones place, writing the number that comes next, write missing numbers in addition problems.

Social Studies: Workbook pages 15-16. Discuss different kinds of shelters. Allow students to name some shelters that they have seen or know of. Go over following directions. Discuss with the students what would happen if we did not follow directions. Go over the questions on page 16 and allow students to complete the worksheet in order to see how well they follow directions.

Science: Workbook pages 49-50. Review the stages of a bird (egg, baby bird, adult bird). Complete page 49 with students by allowing them to tell you the order in which a bird grows. Allow students to match the number with the picture. Complete page 50. Allow each student to describe a bird that they have seen that they liked the most.

Writing: Complete worksheets in writing. Review formation of letters and sentences

__Friday:__

Math: Math test 3. Students will need to be able to write the sums to the problems that are given to them, circle the number that is greater, count how many pennies there are and write how many cents they are equal to, count by tens, write the number after by counting by ones, underline the number that is less, write the differences to the subtraction problems.

Social Studies: Workbook pages 17-18. Go over the terms “resources” with the students. Allow the students to give an example of different resources around them. Complete page 17. Continue discussing resources by completing the web chart on page 18.

Science: Workbook pages 53-54. Introduce students to the word “insect”. Go over the three main body parts of an insect (head, thorax, and abdomen) and that insects have six legs. Allow students to label the parts of a damselfly. Allow students to use their word bank to answer the questions on page 54.

Writing: Complete worksheets in Writing: review formation of letters and sentences

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**Announcements **

There will be no school Monday, September 7, 2020 because of Labor Day.

September 9, 2020 will be Patriot Day. Students are allowed to wear a red, white, or blue shirt with jeans and their school shoes.

**Tests**

Tuesday: Writing test 3.

Wednesday: Math test 2. Students will need to be able to write sums based on the addition flashcards shown to them. Count pennies and determine the amount of cents. Write the next number by counting by ones. Do basic addition problems. Mark the number that is greater. Write out an addition problem based on the dominos given. Mark the number that is less.

Thursday: Math speed drill test 2 (Basic addition problems). Social Studies vocabulary test

Friday: Science test 1 (mammals, living, and non-living things)

**Classwork**

__Monday:__

No school (Labor Day)

__Tuesday:__

Math: Workbook pages 39-40. Go over worksheet with the class. Play around the world and allow the students to race to see who can write the answer to the addition problem on the board first.

Social Studies: Workbook pages 8-9. Discuss community workers and how they help us. Allow students to name some community workers. Complete community worker matching activity on workbook page 8.

Science: Workbook pages 37-38. Read aloud Genesis 1:7-8a and Genesis 1:20. Watch video about birds. Read definition of a bird (lays eggs, has feathers, and has wings). Turn to pages 35-36 in student workbook – discuss places where birds are found. “God planned to feed birds through nature. Just as He provides for His birds, He also cares for His children.”

Writing: Complete worksheets in writing. Review formation of letters and sentences

__Wednesday:__

Math: Math test 2. Students will need to be able to write sums based on the addition flashcards shown to them. Count pennies and determine the amount of cents. Write the next number by counting by ones. Do basic addition problems. Mark the number that is greater. Write out an addition problem based on the dominos given. Mark the number that is less.

Social Studies: Workbook pages 10-11. Go over the terms “rules” and “policies” with the students. Allow the students to give an example of a rule or policy and state why we should follow them. Also discuss what would happen if we did not have any rules or policies.

Science: Workbook pages 39-40. Students will feel feathers in 2 paper bags (one is a flight feather, and one is a down feather) and describe. Discuss kinds of feathers and purposes; discuss bird skeleton (what does it help the bird do?) Display 2 straws: one filled with sugar and one empty. Ask a volunteer to hold up both straws and describe the difference. Explain: birds’ hollow bones help them to be light enough to fly.

Writing: Complete worksheets in Writing: review formation of letters and sentences

__Thursday:__

Math: Workbook pages 41-42. Go over worksheet with the class. Speed drill test

Social Studies: Workbook pages 12-13. Review for the social studies test.

Science: Review for test on mammals, living, and non-living things

Writing: Complete worksheets in Writing: review formation of letters and sentences

__Friday:__

Math: Workbook pages 43-44. Go over worksheet with the class. Play around the world and allow the students to race to see who can write the answer to the subtraction problem on the board first.

Social Studies: Vocabulary test 1

Science: Science test 1

Writing: Complete worksheets in Writing: review formation of letters and sentences

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### Week of August 31

**Announcements **

Friday, September 4, 2020 is college colors day. Students can wear a college color shirt, jeans, and any tennis shoes.

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**Tests**

** **Monday: Math test 1

Tuesday: Math speed drill pretest

Wednesday: Writing test 2

**Classwork**

__Monday:__

Math: Math test 1. Workbook pages 29-30

Social Studies: Create a hand drawing of the American Flag

Science: Workbook pages 29-30. Salt water experiment

Writing: Worksheet the letters “b” and “n”

__Tuesday:__

Math: Workbook pages 31-32

Social Studies: Workbook pages I3 – I4. Learn about the globe

Science: Workbook pages 31-32. Review the parts of a fish

Writing: Worksheet the letters “a” and “h”

__Wednesday:__

Math: Workbook pages 33-34

Social Studies: Workbook pages 5-6

Science: Workbook pages 33-34

Writing: Worksheet the letter “r” and practice writing names. Writing test

__Thursday:__

Math: Workbook pages 35-36

Social Studies: Workbook pages 7-8

Science: Workbook pages 35-36

Writing: Practice writing sentences.

__Friday:__

Math: Workbook pages 37-38

Social Studies: Workbook pages 9-10

Science: Workbook pages 37-38

Writing: Continue practicing sentences

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### Week of August 24

**Announcements **

School will be closed Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday due to hurricane.

College colors day has been moved to September 4, 2020.

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**Tests**

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__Thursday:__ Handwriting test 1

__Friday:__ Math test 1

**Classwork**

__Monday__:

No school

__Tuesday:__

No school

__Wednesday:__

No school

__Thursday:__

Math: Workbook pages 19-20

Social Studies: Continue going over cause and effect.

Science: Workbook pages 17-20

Writing: Writing test

__Friday:__

Math: Workbook pages 21-22

Social Studies: Review

Science: Worksheet pages 27-28. Saltwater experiment.

Writing: Worksheet the letter “s” and “c”

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# Classwork

__Monday__:

**Math**: Workbook pages 9-10

**Social Studies**: Workbook pages 1-2

**Science**: Workbook pages 11-12

**Writing**: Worksheet the letter “u” and the numbers “5” and “6”

__Tuesday:__

**Math**: Workbook pages 11-12

**Social Studies**: Discuss “problems” and “solutions” and complete problem and solution activity. Discuss “If not you then who?”

**Science**: Workbook pages 13-14

**Writing**: Worksheet the letter “a” and the numbers “7” and “8”

__Wednesday:__

**Math**: Workbook pages 13-14

**Social Studies**: Workbook pages 3-4

**Science**: Workbook pages 15-16

**Writing**: Worksheet the letter “o” and the numbers “9” and “10”

__Thursday:__

**Math**: Workbook pages 15-16

**Social Studies**: Workbook pages 5-6

**Science**: Workbook pages 17-18

**Writing**: Worksheet the letter “t” and “l”

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__Friday:__

**Math**: Workbook pages 17-18

**Social Studies**: Discuss the friendship poem and go over vocabulary.

**Science**: Workbook pages 19-20

**Writing**: Worksheet the letter “s” and “c”