Name: _______________________. Weekly Newsletter: January 27 th – January 31 st. Week at a Glance. Spelling Pattern Words. Individual Sight Words. Pattern: Ways to Make Long I. bright sight light might. time crime shine fine. flies cries lies ties. Weekly Vocabulary Words
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Weekly Newsletter: January 27th – January 31st
Week at a Glance
Spelling Pattern Words
Pattern: Ways to Make Long I
Weekly Vocabulary Words
This is Not My Hat
Ask questions about the stories you read.
We are looking forward to our Safari Park field trip on Tuesday. Please remember to pack a sack lunch and water for your child. Also, make sure your child wears good walking shoes, as we will be spending the day walking through the park. Thank you!
Living the Dolphin Way
Living the Dolphin way is doing the right thing, even when no one is looking. Thank you for helping your child live the Dolphin Way at home and at school!
Thank you to my Safari Park volunteers! Your presence makes this day a success!
We are in need of the following items –
Important Dates and Reminders:
1/27-31: Ability Awareness Week
1/28: Safari Park Field Trip
1/28: Dine Out – Rudy’s Taco Shop
2/14, 2/17: No School – Presidents Day
2/21: Friday Flag, Word Club
3/14, 3/21: Friday Flag
3/31-4/4: Spring Break
Word Work: Students will learn to read and spell words with the long i sound. Please see the front of the newsletter for examples of vowel teams that make the long i sound.
Reading: Students will ask questions about the stories they read.
Math: Students will continue to explore the concept of fact families and patterns in addition and subtraction.
Writing: Students will write an opinion piece about their favorite book. This will count as an assessment of each student’s ability to write an opinion paragraph.
Social Studies: Students will learn about significant figures in America’s history.