Ms. Christie Stadler

13Nov, 22

Nov. 14 – 18, 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Eagle Store – Wednesdays at lunch

Kids’ Club – This Tuesday, 3:20 – 4:30.  The kids may wear their Kids’ Club t-shirts with uniform bottoms, if they want.

No chapel on Wed. this week.

Thanksgiving chapel and party – This Friday, Nov. 18th, we have chapel at 1:30.  Our class is presenting “The First Thanksgiving”.  After chapel, we will have our Thanksgiving party in the classroom.  We hope you can come to chapel—sorry, no siblings at the party.

Thanksgiving Break – Nov. 21 – 25 – School closed

SNACKS:
Monday:  Callie
Tuesday:  Hayden
Wednesday: Lyric
Thursday:   Cora
Friday:   surplus

TESTS AND HOMEWORK – WEEK OF NOV. 14 – 18, 2022

TESTS:

Tuesday:    Writing, Reading Comp
Wednesday:   Math – writing answers to combinations, writing sums and differences, story problems, read thermometers, tell time to the half hour, measure lines, one dozen

Thursday:  Phonics – written test –write blends, write the special sound in words, circle special sounds in words, words from Spelling List 11; Spelling Test on Spelling List 11 (see below)

HOMEWORK:
Bible:  No Bible tests this week.  We are practicing for our play, “The First Thanksgiving”, which we will present on Friday in chapel at 1:30. 

Math:  Practice Addition and Subtraction Families 1 – 8 and Addition Family 9; combining dimes, nickels, and pennies (count by tens, fives, and ones—always start with the highest value coin first); telling time to the hour and half hour; measures; place value (ones, tens, and hundreds place); one half and one whole; one dozen and one half dozen, thermometer; review Arithmetic worksheets.

Phonics/Spelling:  Practice Charts 6 – 10; practice blends and words with special sounds in Handbook for Reading; say short and long vowel words to your child and have him/her sound them out and write them; call out words from Handbook and have your child write the special sound in the words; practice Spelling words every day (have child write words as you dictate them or spell them to you orally).

Spelling List 11 (for this week’s tests):  oil, boil, spoil, join, moist, noise, point, boy, joy, toy, proud, blow, skirt, many, would

Spelling List 12 (to be introduced Thurs. for next tests):  book, look, good, foot, wood, shook, boot, food, loose, moon, room, roof, tooth, have, give

Language:   Students are still classifying sentences, listing the noun in the sentence, and determining if nouns are singular or plural/common or proper.  Students need to practice writing sentences correctly, with capitals and periods/question marks.

Reading:  See the reading calendar for nightly homework.

Writing: If your child is not earning A’s in Handwriting, please have him/her practice printing.  He/she could write the spelling words–it would be good practice for spelling as well as writing.

Science:  No homework.

Social Studies:  No homework   

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05Nov, 22

Nov. 7 – 11, 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

DON’T FORGET – DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIMES ENDS ON SUNDAY!!

NO SCHOOL ON TUESDAY!!  ELECTION DAY!

OUR CLASS IS SINGING “GOD BLESS AMERICA” IN WEDNESDAY’S CHAPEL PROGRAM!

Eagle Store – Wednesdays at lunch

Christmas Program – Tues., Dec. 6th

Kids’ Club – November’s meeting is Tues., Nov. 15th.  Kids may wear their Kids’ Club shirts with uniform bottoms.  No Dec. meeting because of Christmas break, and the week before Christmas break students will have half days Tues. through Friday, Dec. 13th through 16th.

School closed Dec. 19 – 30.  School reopens Jan. 2nd.

SNACKS:  18
Monday:  Christian
Tuesday:  off
Wednesday:  Kambrie
Thursday:   Charles
Friday:  Mallory

TESTS AND HOMEWORK FOR NOV. 7 – 11, 2022
TESTS:
Monday:   Soc. Studies Vocab. 2 test; Writing test; Phonics quiz (charts 6-9)
Tuesday:   no school
Wednesday:  Math – counting money, writing answers to combinations, writing sums and differences, story problem, read thermometers, tell time to the hour, identify one half of a group, write before and after numbers by ones; Speed Drills
Thursday:  Phonics – written test –write blends, write the special sound in words, circle special sounds in words, words from Spelling list 10; Spelling Test on Spelling List 10

FridaySocial Studies Vocab. 3 test

HOMEWORK:
Bible:  I sent home the scripts for the Thanksgiving play on Friday.  We will be working on this for the next two weeks.  Please help your child learn his/her lines (except for the narrator, who will read his).  The class will be creating the backdrops and props for this.  I will let you know the day we will present it.

Math:  Practice Addition and Subtraction Families 1 – 8; combining dimes, nickels, and pennies (count by tens, fives, and ones—always start with the highest value coin first); telling time to the hour and half hour; greatest and least of 3 numbers; measures; place value (ones, tens, and hundreds place); one half and one whole; review Arithmetic worksheets.

Phonics/Spelling:  Practice Charts 6 – 10; practice blends and words with special sounds in Handbook for Reading; say short and long vowel words to your child and have him/her sound them out and write them; practice Spelling words every day (have child write words as you dictate them or spell them to you orally).  You can dictate words from the Handbook and have your child write the special sounds they hear in the words (Charts 6 – 10).

Spelling List 10 (for test on Thurs.) – her, serve, purse, burn, curl, turn, dirt, first, girl, sir, stir, shirt, third, who, where, what
Spelling List 11 (to be introduced Thurs. for next week’s tests) – oil, boil, spoil, join, moist, noise, point, boy, joy, toy, proud, blow, skirt, would, many

Language:  Students are still classifying sentences and rewriting sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.  You could dictate singular/plural/common/proper nouns and have your child identify them.  See the worksheets I send home.

Reading:  See the Reading Homework Calendar for daily pages and don’t forget the Handbook for Reading pages.  Initial the date after listening to your child read.  Make sure your child stops at periods instead of running sentences together.  Encourage speed and expression, too.

Writing:  Use the manuscript guide – this is how our students should be printing.  They can get a coupon for doing extra practice at home–put the work in the Take Home folder.

Social Studies:  Vocab. 2 test on Monday; vocab. 3 test on Friday.

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