Dates to Remember

March 2...Grand-Friends Day, chapel/2nd grade, Early Release
March 7...morning chapel
March 9...Reading is the Ticket reading logs due
March 10...Sip, Savor and Support; Parent dinner and
fundraising auction
March 14...morning chapel/SOAR awards
March 21...morning chapel
March 30...Good Friday, morning chapel, Early Release
March 1...Easter Sunday
April 2-6...Spring Break; No School

Worth Taking a Day off Work Dates:
May 11...Mother's Day Tea, 2:00-3:00
May 16...Kindergarten chapel play, 8:45 a.m.
June 12...All School Game and Picnic morning
June 13...Last Day of School/Closing Chapel/Kindergarten Graduation


Monday, January 30, 2017

Working hard to get back to normal.

I talked to the class about focusing to work hard at work times today.  With missing so many snow days and having delays, we have some ground to make up so we will 'plow' ahead with diligence.  Please help your child finish homework and return it the next day to keep them current. 
This morning we started the Bible story about Jesus life as a boy. 
We enjoyed one of the new books purchased for our class from the Scholastic Book fair at story time and identified event details.
The class is learning to order numbers from 20-30 in math; practice this at home!
After lunch we tackled short and long vowel 'e' by doing a word sort and then wrote our new sight words.
We have begun a series of experiments on static electricity in science using balloons, hair and other simple materials.  This ties into our learning about lightning.
At learning centers we played a sight word game, invented short and long e words, found and wrote sight words from blocks and wrote numbers missing from number lines.
Wow...that was a good, full day of learning!  I am so proud of these kids!

Mrs. Luoma

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