Good Morning Class!
Happy Thursday! So, let’s take a look at today.
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Continue Chapter 15 – Calendar and Time
Put on Your Thinking Cap!
IXL Math – please continue to practice your math facts! You are doing a great! Our class has answered 2,500 questions on IXL. When we get back to school everyone will go to the treasure box! Keep up the good work!
If you have the reading packet, Cactus – A Desert Plant, please reread the story and complete pages 128-130.
If you have the reading packet, Popcorn, please read the story and complete pages 50-52.
If you have the reading packet, Week 19, Day 4, Main Idea and Details, please complete page 122.
Work on Stations of the Cross book. Please do Station 11 – Jesus is nailed to the cross
Look at Jesus. He has been laid flat down on the cross. One soldier takes spikes and hammers them through Jesus’ hands. After Jesus’ feet also are nailed, the soldiers fix the cross into a hole so it will stand straight. Everybody stands around and looks at Jesus. The good people feel unhappy because they love Jesus. The people who don’t love Him are unhappy too because they have done something bad. It is a sad, sad day – that first Good Friday.
Step up close to Jesus. He hurts all over. His head aches. He is thirsty. But in His heart He is not sad like the people. He knows that what He chose to do was the right thing. Now He looks down at the men who nailed Him to the cross, and He forgives them. Then He tells Mary to be a mother to all of us and to count us as her children. He keeps thinking of others even when He is dying, Whisper in your heart, “Jesus, I love you.”
Dear Jesus…when somebody hurts me, help me to be forgiving…and help me to live so Mary will be proud to count me as her child.
Read Scholastic News on line! Go to http://sn1.scholastic.com/
Select “I am a Student” and enter our classroom password: Cincilla1
Today’s assignment is Follow That Eagle (February issue). Enjoy!
Under the “Helpful Links” section of my Blog page I have posted some fun learning links for your child. Check out the link I added today!
- Daily Routine – If you’re struggling with how your day should look now that the children are home, I’ve added a Sample Daily Schedule. Just a suggestion!
I love all the pictures! Please keep them coming!
I am available for email communication ANYTIME! I will miss seeing your child each day and pray this distance learning will end soon. In the meantime, feel free to have your child email me too if they want to chat.
JOKE OF THE DAY:
First graders (and Mrs. Cincilla) just love funny jokes and riddles! Give this one a try:
Question: Why was the Easter egg hiding?
Answer: Because it was a little chicken!
You Do Not Need to Worry
A Message inspired by Matthew 6
You do not need to worry.
Do not be afraid.
Worry will not add
A single second to your day.
The lilies do not worry.
They look up to the sky.
The sparrows do not worry.
They spread their wings and fly.
Sometimes there is sunshine.
Sometimes there is rain.
Be at peace, my little friend.
The sun will rise again.
Like the lilies you will grow.
Like the sparrows, you will soar.
God loves the earth and animals,
And loves you even more!