LOOKING BACK AT LAST WEEK
RELIGION – We learned that All Saints Day is a special day that the Church has set aside to honor all of the saints in heaven.
VIRTUE OF THE MONTH: Stewardship – Returning to God the first fruits of your time, talent, and treasure.
SAINT OF THE MONTH: St. Elizabeth of Hungary
MATH –We identified, classified, and described plane shapes. Vocabulary this week included: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, side, corner, sort, color, alike, different, shape, and size.
LANGUAGE ARTS – In Unit 4, Lesson 1 we isolated sounds in words and generated words that contain the sound of er, spelled er, ir, ur and ear. We also learned to blend, spell and read words that contain the sound of ng, spelled ng. Our Read Aloud stories this week were Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie and Me and My Shadow by Amy Too. Reading skills that we worked on included: visualizing and summarizing. We learned that an exclamatory sentence tells about a person who is surprised or shows excitement. This kind of sentence ends with an exclamation point. We read decodable books 49-53 and they went home. I hope they continue to read them to you at home!
HANDWRITING – We practiced writing upper and lower case letter D.
OTHER NEWS and NOTES
RAISE THEM STRONG: Your child has received the third Raise Them Strong family homework assignment. This is due November 12th. The link for this assignment can be found under “helpful links”.
SPELLING WORDS: For this week’s spelling words, please go to VocabularySpellingCity.com. I hope your child is enjoying this site while learning their spelling words at the same time!
JOKE OF THE WEEK:
First graders (and Mrs. Cincilla) just love funny jokes and riddles! Give this one a try:
Question: What’s the most musical part of a turkey?
Answer: The drumstick!
STUDENT OF THE WEEK: Coming Soon!