Previous Week

March 11th – March 15th, 2019

  • March is Reading Month Continues (Second Reading Logs Due: Thursday)
  • Dr. Seuss Guided Highlight is due Monday, March 11th!
  • Readers from Eppler coming Friday at 9:30am
  • Mystery Readers all week! Thank you for coming in to read!
  • Wiley Carnival Donations are in need – Theme Camping!
  • Wiley Carnival – Friday, March 22nd
  • Language Arts

    Words of the week: ride, into, just, blue, red

    High Frequency Words: about, animal, carry, eight, give, our

    This week we are beginning our Unit 4 First Grade Wonders Unit.

    Essential Question: : How do animals bodies help them?

    Genre: Folk-Tale

    Stories: A Tale of a Tail, How Bat got its Wings, and Bats! Bats! Bats!

    Phonics: Long A: a, ai, ay

    Structural Analysis: Alphabetical Order

    Writing: Word Choice, Persuasion, Fact and Opinion

    Stations: We continue Literature stations this week.

    Word Study: Lists are sent home on Friday and Test on Friday.
    Regular word list: mail, chain, play, rain, way, day, took, hood, our, carry, ride, into, just, blue, red

    Challenge word list: chain, day, gray, mail, play, rain, snail, way, braid, claim, ride, into, just, blue, red

    **Please review on Spelling City.

    Book Bags: Please have your child read them for a week and return them on Tuesdays.

    Writing: Weely writing assignments. Write and Tells


    We will be testing on Unit 4. Begin Unit 5; Data


    We will be beginning our journey through Discovery Science with weather.


  • If work is not being completed in school, it will be sent home for homework. This work will have a HW or Homework listed at the top. Please complete it and return to school the next day.
  • Assigned Homework will be given. Please see notes on each assignment.
  • Dream Box
  • Snacks

    Two healthy snacks and a water bottle must be sent in everyday. Fruit, vegetables, and protein bars are a great choice. We are a Peanut/Tree Nut free classroom.


    Please make sure you check the weather daily and dress your child accordingly.