Review all lowercase letters/letter sounds: a-z
and all uppercase letters A-Z
Review trick words: a and we see the I like am can to
me come my with what you are they be so from but
is on this that your here will go for up his we be
good some your they was or as he she no little have
Introduce digraphs: -ck ch sh th wh (two consonants
together that makes only one sound)
Math: Chapter 9: Identify and describe two-dimensional
Everyone in our class is now able to count to
100. Thank you for your cooperation!!
Children will be able to identify and describe a circle,
square, triangle, rectangle, and a hexagon.
New Vocabulary Words: curves, two-dimensional, sides,
vertex and vertices
compare how shapes are alike and
Grammar: singular and plural nouns antonyms
Phonological Awareness: segment and blend Onset and
The children are beginning to write reports on
animals and insects. They are learning to use an
organizer to help them gather the facts.
The children have been very busy learning how they can
take care of the earth. We have planted flowers, beans, and
grass. They have created their own flower posters and
labeled the parts of a flower and what is needed to help
make a plant grow.
The children have also been observing their caterpillars. All
5 caterpillars are in their Chrysalides.
Opinion Writing: Children will write their opinions on
different topics and write why they do or do not agree
with the topic.
Informational Texts: Listening to non-fiction books and
writing a fact from their reading. Identifying text features
The children are encouraged to incorporate their trick
words into their writing. They are learning to add an
uppercase letter at the beginning of a sentence, spaces
between words,and a punctuation mark at the end of a