Level g reading level passages and quick checks
Phonic assessment practice
Place Value Practice
NEW WRITING TOPIC RESOURCES:
100 Day of School Activities!
Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or name the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for the opinion, and provide some sense of closure.
GRAPHING WITH FRUIT LOOPS
In case you want to practice working on collecting and analyzing data at home, you can use this worksheet!
STAMINA CHART RESOURCES
NON-FICTION TEXT FEATURES
Fiction vs Non-Fiction
Some students are having trouble with our new math unit, So this video can help explain to parents and tutors how to better help your child/student understand
If you can NOT see the moon because of the rain or clouds, you can see it here at this website!
Subtraction is hard... here is some extra practice for at home!
Moon Calendar for home & Moon Mini book!
Good resources to support your children at home with narrative writing. right now we are working on personal narratives- so the stories should be real experiences that happened to your child.
Ice cream scoop rubric for retelling with fiction books
RL.1.3. Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details.
• I can who was in the story. • I can where the story happened. • I can tell what happened in the story. • I can name the characters, settings, and important parts in a story.
In Social studies we are learning about how to get along in School... We use this picture to help identify where students are sharing, talking, listening & Taking turns.
WE ARE LEARNING ABOUT SEQUENCING IN READING AND WRITING.