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February 5-9
Writing:personal narratives
Reading:sight words (he, she, we, me, so, on, was), -op word family, blend spoken phonemes, non fiction
Math: numbers to 100, patterns on a hundred chart, counting by 10's 
Science:objects in the sky
Social Studies-sequence, past, present and future
 
Reminders:
-Library day is every Thursday
-Please continue to send in Box Tops
-We are celebrating the 100th day this Wednesday. Students have the choice of dressing like they are 100 years old or decorating a shirt with 100 items. 
 
January 22-Feb. 2
  • Reading:  identifying fiction vs nonfiction, main idea and details
  • Phonics: blend spoken phonemes
  • Sight Words: he, me, she, we, was, on
  • Word Family: -ot
  • Writing: procedural text, "how to"
  • Math: read, write, and build numbers 11-20
  • Social Studies: identifying contributions of patriots and good citizens
  • Science: observe and describe weather changes from day to day and season to season

Reminders:
  • Library is on Thursdays!  Please help your child remember his or her books.
  • 100th Day is February 7th.  A note was sent home tomorrow about attire.  Each student has the choice of either dressing up like they are 100 or creating a shirt with 100 items
  • 1/31 is Bus Drive Appreciation Day
  • February Birthday Book Club is 2/2.
  • Progress Reports will be sent home the first full week of February
  • put an extra set of clothes in your child's backpack just in case
  • please send in Box Tops (we're trying to win the second contest)
 
This week: January 10-19
  • Reading:  identifying fiction vs nonfiction, topic and details
  • Phonics: isolating medial sounds in cvc words (hat, bug, sit, etc.)
  • Sight Words: me, he, she, we, was
  • Writing: start procedural text (how to)
  • Math: read, write, and build numbers 11-20
  • Social Studies: identifying contributions of patriots and good citizens
  • Science: observe and describe weather changes from day to day and season to season

 Reminders: 

-wear shoes on PE days
-send a jacket with your child if the weather is cool
-put an extra set of clothes in your child's backpack just in case
-library day is every Thursday
-practice sight words daily
-practice counting to 100 daily
-please send in Box Tops (we're trying to win the second contest)
 

Please sign up to help us with supplies for our gingerbread houses, as well as to volunteer in the classroom assisting students.  www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0F4BADA82AA4F49-gingerbread 

upcoming activities and class party

 

Friday, December 15- Kindergarten teachers will start- Christmas Around the World presentations for social studies. Please ask your child each day what country they learned about.

Monday, December 18- Grinch movie in the library with Mrs. Friedrichs 2:30-3:15  Students are to wear green.

Tuesday, December 19-Gingerbread House building 1:00 (please see the sign up sheet)

Wednesday, December 20- Watch Polar Express in the pod in pj's with hot chocolate. Students are to wear their pajamas with PE appropriate shoes.

Thursday, December 21-Boxtop popcorn and game party in the library 9:15-10:00

Friday, December 22-class parties 9:30-10:15 (all parents are invited)

 

 

December 11-15
  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits, setting, and problem and solution, and connections
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating),  syllables in words, -in family, onset and rime (g-ame, h-og, gl-ue, etc.), review all sight words
  • Writing: personal narratives, thinking about the beginning, middle and end of our story and writing a sentence for each, spaces, using lowercase letters in the middle of words and name
  • Math: Decomposing and Composing Numbers
  • Social Studies:  Customs and Traditions
  • Science:  Water

December 4-8

  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits, setting, and problem and solution, and connections
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating),  syllables in words, -ig family, onset and rime (g-ame, h-og, gl-ue, etc.), sight words-review
  • Writing: revising stories to add more details and editing to add spaces between words, personal narratives, creating lists, thinking about the beginning, middle and end of our story and writing a sentence for each.
  • Math: Comparing numbers using the appropriate language "less than, greater (or more) than and equal to"
  • Social Studies:  Customs and Traditions
  • Science:  Rocks and soil
 
Also,
  • December 6th is Custodian Appreciation Day
  • December 8th, PTO meeting
  • December 11-15 Creekview Cares Toy Drive
  • December 22, Class parties and Early Dismissal
 
Nov. 13-Nov. 17
  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits, setting, and problem and solution
  • Sight Words: are, of
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating),  syllables in words, -ap word family
  • Writing: revising stories to add more details and editing to add spaces between words, personal narratives, creating lists
  • Math: composing and decomposing numbers to 10
  • Social Studies:  needs and wants
  • Science:  magnets
 
Also...
-Progress reports will go home in Wednesday folders. Please sign and return.
-This week is college week. Students can wear a college shirt on Wednesday.
-Art appreciation day is Wednesday.
-International Day is Friday.
-No school November 20-24.
 

Wild West Day

 

Wednesday, Nov. 7th is Wild West Day. Please have your child wear tennis shoes if they go to Williams or Thomas for specials since it is their regular PE day. I hope everyone has a chance to come to the book fair. Tomorrow the students can start shopping during the school day. If you send money, please have it in a sealed envelope with your child's name. 
Thanks! 
 
Please follow link to sign up for a conference: 
 
 
Please follow link to sign up to volunteer:
 
 

This Week in Learning

 

Nov. 6-Nov. 10
  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits, setting, and problem and solution
  • Sight Words: no, can
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating),  syllables in words, -an family
  • Writing: revising stories to add more details and editing to add spaces between words, personal narratives, creating lists
  • Math: Composing and decomposing numbers to 10
  • Social Studies:  needs and wants
  • Science:  Movement
 
Also...
  • ATTENDANCE REMINDER - if you take your child out early and he or she does not return, he or she will not be eligible for perfect attendance...unless you bring a doctor's note.
  • Please put your child's name on his or her jackets, sweatshirts, etc.  Our lost and found (in main hall on the way to the cafeteria) is already flooded with jackets!
  • November 6 is Book Fair week. 
  • November 7 is Spirit Night at Fuddruckers
  • November 9 is lunch with "someone grand" for last names A-K
  • November 10 is lunch with "someone grand" for last names L-Z
  • PTO meeting at 10 on November 10

This Week 

October 23-27
  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits
  • Sight words: said, go
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating) and syllables in words
  • Writing: revising stories to add more details and editing to add spaces between words, personal narratives 
  • Math: Sorting and classifying 2D and 3D shapes based on geometric attributes
  • Social Studies:  Jobs at home, school and in our community
  • Science:  Energy
 
Also...
  • This week is Red Ribbon week! (see the Upcoming Events link for what to wear each day)

 

Shirt Orders

If you have any issues with the shirts you ordered, please text Stephanie at (281) 455-5720. And please don’t post on Facebook because she may not see it. Thank you.

 

This week

 

October 16-20, 2nd 9 weeks begins this week!
  • Reading:  making predictions and inferences, retelling the story focusing on characters and their traits,
  • sight words: it, here
  • Phonics: rhyming (generating) and syllables in words
  • Writing: revising stories to add more details and editing to add spaces between words, personal narratives 
  • Math: Sorting and classifying 2D and 3D shapes based on geometric attributes
  • Social Studies:  Jobs at home, school and in our community
  • Science:  Energy
 
Thank you PTO for providing snacks on Friday! It was a nice surprise!
 
Reminders:
-School Pictures are this Thursday
-Monster Howl at TCES is this Sat. from 4-8. Please sign up if you are able to help. 
 
 
Our Creekview Elementary PTO subscribes to the MySchoolAnywhere service for our family and faculty directories, online store, volunteer signups and email communications. It's secure, easy to use, and free to families.  
 
 
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October 10-13
  • Reading:  pattern books, using pictures to read words, beginning sounds in words, letters Yy, Zz, sight words: at, you
  • Phonics: rhyming
  • Writing: using ABC chart and word wall, writing beginning sounds, pattern books
  • Math: Numbers 0-10 focusing on 1 more, 1 less, and equal, drawing and building sets of numbers
  • Social Studies:  Positional Words to describe location of objects (prepositions) and maps/globes
  • Science:  Physical Properties of objects (length, size, mass)
 

Week of Oct. 2

 

Please send your child with a small teddy bear this week for Social Studies. Please have it fit inside of their backpack. 
 
Writing-Personal Narrative/Start Pattern Books
Reading-Reader's Build Stamina, Patterns in books
Letters: Jj, Uu, Ww, Vv, Xx 
Sight Words we've taught: a, and, like, the, I, to, see
Sight Words this week: look, my, is
Math-Comparing Numbers 1 Less, 1 More, Equal 
Science-Length
Social Studies-Use terms including over, under, near, far, left and right to describe relative location. 
 
-Friday is an early release day.
-No school Monday, October 9.
-Please send in headphones if you haven't done so.  The students are excited to to start using Chrome books in the classroom!
-Please sign and return blue folders daily.
-Don't forget to subscribe to my website.