viernes, 24 de mayo de 2019

May 27 - 31


Beginning readers use a lot of different ways to become more fluent readers. One of the most important ways to do that is to be able to read and recognize sight words.
Sight words refer to the words that are most frequently used and repeated in books, which is why sight words are also sometimes referred to as “high-frequency” words. The same words are also sometimes called “popcorn words.” The phrase popcorn words refer to the fact that students should be able to just pop those words out every time they see them.
We will be working with 2 sight words per week. This week will be reviewing : and , he, she , you , the, see .

Phonemic Awareness: is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds-phonemes- in spoken words. Before children learn to read print, they need to become more aware of how the sounds in words work. They must understand that words are made up of speech sounds, or phonemes (the smallest parts of sound in a spoken word that make a difference in a word’s meaning).

Daily we are working on clapping syllables, differentiating a letter a word a sentence and a number. We are also working on beginning to write and read CVC WORDS (consonant, vowel consonant)  with short sound i such as rip, him, sit, fin, wig.

On math students will be able to compare two images and identify which part are greater than the other. They also are going that certain numbers are greater than, or less than other numbers. 

 In our last school unit for Science we will begin learning about Space. We are going to learning and discussing about the difference between day and night, sort activities that you do during the day, night and both. We will study why and how come the Sun it’s not on it’s same place during the day. The transition from day to night. We will discuss why the moon changes its shape during the month. When we study the sun, we will be emphasizing on shelter and shadow, why is it important. Finally, we will be discovering about planets and see our solar system through pictures and videos.

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