The students will use calendar language appropriately during daily calendar time, they will read a calendar to locate a given day and/or date and correctly identify the 7 days of
the week and the 12 months of the year, (SOL 1.11).
The students will be learning about the following math concepts during the next three weeks are:
- reading, extending, and creating repeating and growing patterns
- identifying shapes by the number of sides, vertices, and/or right angles
- Sorting objects by shape, color, size, and/or use
The students will be learning about force and motion. We will explore various motions such as: push/pull, circular, & vibrations and the amount of force it takes to cause these motions.
The students will be writing 2 – 3 sentences that make sense, have correct punctuation and capitalization, and have spaces between the words, (SOL 1.12a, 1.13e). We will also be focusing on letter formation.
The students will be listening to and reading a variety of fictional and non-fictional text and identifying the character, setting, problem, and solution, (SOL 1.10). We will also be previewing, predicting, and confirming and changing our predictions, and learning to read with fluency and expression,(SOL 1.10).
We will be learning about short vowel patterns.