Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Here are today’s assignments:
Chapter 19 – Money
Practice 1: Group the pennies, nickels and dimes. Then count on to fill in the blanks.
I would recommend watching the following video “Counting Coin Song for Kids” again before doing pages 213-214:
IXL Math – please continue to practice your math facts!
Please log into ConnectEd and go to Unit 11 Lesson 2, Day 3
Read: The Abstact Cat pages 158-173
Comprehension Questions pages 174-175
Text Connection: pages 176-177
Diagraphs pgs. 227-228. Read each sentence and circle the word with the consonant digraph. Read each riddle and write the correct word on the line.
Tuesday: Pick a family member or a friend and ask them the questions in the biography questionnaire. Use the boy or girl biography pdf and write down three facts about that person.
Thursday: Use the final copy pdf or write on a separate piece of paper a paragraph about the person you chose. Remember to indent your paragraph, write at least 5 complete sentences, and check your capitalization, punctuation and spelling.
This week your child will understand that a parable is a short story that is told to teach a lesson.
Complete: The Good Samaritan craft
OPTIONAL: Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. There is a video on FORMED: The Day the Sun Danced: The True Story of Fatima
Instructions to get on FORMED
- Go to formed.org
- Click I belong to a Parish
- Enter St Thomas More Parish, Centennial COyou should be able to set up your own free account.
Once on Formed go to:
Click The Saints and Heroes Collection
Find the video title of the day-The Day the Sun Danced: The True Story of Fatima
On YouTube with Mrs. Espinosa! You can find the daily links on Mrs. Espinosa’s blog at https://www.stmcatholic.org/teacher/rachele/
Here’s the link for the final Second Step lesson:
I will be scheduling regular Zoom meetings for every Tuesday beginning April 21 at 11:00. I will also be scheduling “office hours” every Friday beginning April 24 from 11:00 -11:30. All Zoom meetings are certainly optional on your part but I do look forward to seeing all my little friends. The Friday office hours are just for the kids to pop in and out and chat with me one-on-one or with a small group. It’s also a great time to ask me any questions about the assigned classwork. I’m happy to hear some reading too!
I love all the pictures! Please keep them coming!
I am available for email communication ANYTIME!
JOKE OF THE DAY:
First graders (and Mrs. Cincilla) just love funny jokes and riddles! Give this one a try:
Question: I’m full of keys but I can’t open any door. What am I?
Answer: A piano.
“Guide me in your truth
and teach me, for you are
God my Savior, and my
hope is in you all day