June 21st-25th

Theme:Summer Time Fun!

Students to learn more about what summer season characteristics. Engage in summer activities, and perform summer experiments. 

Letter of the Week: Group 1- short vowels. Group 2- Review Letter /W/, /N/, /G?

Sight word of the Week: of

Reminder:

  1. Get Epic books can be accessed through www.getepic.com. Our class code is in your child’s homework folder. Students are required to read at minimum 1 book a day. The book chosen is the students choice or a book associated with the monthly theme. 

Monday

Reading

Objective: Expand vocabulary and develop reading comprehension while increasing attention span

Materials:

Get Epic book: Family Choice.

Group 1 & 2- Instructions:

  1. Before reading the story, explain how books or stories have a title which is the name of the book/story.
  2. Read the title and say it is the title of the book/story. Ask your child what the story could be based on the title.
  3. Some books have a list of vocabulary your child will learn in the book/story on the first page.  Please go over each word/phrase with your child by asking what they think it means and either explain the correct meaning or add on to their description.
  4. Before Epic! Reading, discuss what questions you will be asking at the end of reading.
    1. Who are the characters in the story?
    2. Where is the setting in the story happening?
    3. What is the story about/main idea?
    4. What happened first, middle, & conclusion?
    5. Did any problems happen in the story? How did they fix the problem?

    Discussing beforehand prepares students to what to really focus on. During reading emphasize the answers to the questions, for students to distinguish important facts about the story. At the end of reading, assess reading comprehension by asking the same questions discussed prior to reading. If you notice student is struggling generating an independent answer, ask the question in a multiple-choice form by asking the question and giving them an option between 2 answers (correct answers and incorrect answer)

  5. Read the story to your child and stop when your child has questions or makes a connection with the story to his/her past experiences.
  6. Continue your discussion with your child by asking the questions in the story(if it has) or ask What If questions.

Sight Word:

Group 1-Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Writes own sentence using sight word “of”

Group 2: Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Have student repeat every word after you, using pointer finger to touch every word as student is reading.  Traces the sight words “of”

Language Arts

No Homework

Math

Homework:

No Homework

Handwriting

No Homework

Tuesday

Reading

Objective: Expand vocabulary and develop reading comprehension while increasing attention span

Materials:

Get Epic book: Family Choice.

Group 1 & 2- Instructions:

  1. Before reading the story, explain how books or stories have a title which is the name of the book/story.
  2. Read the title and say it is the title of the book/story. Ask your child what the story could be based on the title.
  3. Some books have a list of vocabulary your child will learn in the book/story on the first page.  Please go over each word/phrase with your child by asking what they think it means and either explain the correct meaning or add on to their description.
  4. Before Epic! Reading, discuss what questions you will be asking at the end of reading.
    1. Who are the characters in the story?
    2. Where is the setting in the story happening?
    3. What is the story about/main idea?
    4. What happened first, middle, & conclusion?
    5. Did any problems happen in the story? How did they fix the problem?

    Discussing beforehand prepares students to what to really focus on. During reading emphasize the answers to the questions, for students to distinguish important facts about the story. At the end of reading, assess reading comprehension by asking the same questions discussed prior to reading. If you notice student is struggling generating an independent answer, ask the question in a multiple-choice form by asking the question and giving them an option between 2 answers (correct answers and incorrect answer)

  5. Read the story to your child and stop when your child has questions or makes a connection with the story to his/her past experiences.
  6. Continue your discussion with your child by asking the questions in the story(if it has) or ask What If questions.

Sight Word:

Group 1-Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Writes own sentence using sight word “of”

Group 2: Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Have student repeat every word after you, using pointer finger to touch every word as student is reading.  Traces the sight words “of”

Language Arts

Objective:

Group 1-Recognizing and Writing short vowels

Group 2- Review Recognizing and Writing -/Ww/, /N/ & /G/

Homework:

Group 1-SeeSaw-

Group 2-SeeSaw-

Math

Objective:

Group 1- Using STEAM students will be learning about position and location and how to use position words to identify where two-and three-dimensional shapes and real-world objects are located. Vocabulary: left, right, in between

Group 2-Making STEAM connections as students learn to compare groups of objects and read, write, and count numbers 0 to 5. Couting up to 5.

Homework:

Group 1- SeeSaw-

Group 2-

Handwriting

Objective:

Group 1- Writing short vowel words

Group 2- Writing uppercase and lowercase Ww, Nn, & Gg

Homework:

Group 1-SeeSaw-

Group 2- SeeSaw-

Wednesday

Reading

Objective: Expand vocabulary and develop reading comprehension while increasing attention span

Materials:

Get Epic book: Family Choice.

Group 1 & 2- Instructions:

  1. Before reading the story, explain how books or stories have a title which is the name of the book/story.
  2. Read the title and say it is the title of the book/story. Ask your child what the story could be based on the title.
  3. Some books have a list of vocabulary your child will learn in the book/story on the first page.  Please go over each word/phrase with your child by asking what they think it means and either explain the correct meaning or add on to their description.
  4. Before Epic! Reading, discuss what questions you will be asking at the end of reading.
    1. Who are the characters in the story?
    2. Where is the setting in the story happening?
    3. What is the story about/main idea?
    4. What happened first, middle, & conclusion?
    5. Did any problems happen in the story? How did they fix the problem?

    Discussing beforehand prepares students to what to really focus on. During reading emphasize the answers to the questions, for students to distinguish important facts about the story. At the end of reading, assess reading comprehension by asking the same questions discussed prior to reading. If you notice student is struggling generating an independent answer, ask the question in a multiple-choice form by asking the question and giving them an option between 2 answers (correct answers and incorrect answer)

  5. Read the story to your child and stop when your child has questions or makes a connection with the story to his/her past experiences.
  6. Continue your discussion with your child by asking the questions in the story(if it has) or ask What If questions.

Sight Word:

Group 1-Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Writes own sentence using sight word “of”

Group 2: Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Have student repeat every word after you, using pointer finger to touch every word as student is reading.  Traces the sight words “of”

Language Arts

Homework:

No Homework

Math

Homework:

No Homework

Handwriting

Homework:

No Homework

Thursday

Reading

Objective: Expand vocabulary and develop reading comprehension while increasing attention span

Materials:

Get Epic book: Family Choice.

Group 1 & 2- Instructions:

  1. Before reading the story, explain how books or stories have a title which is the name of the book/story.
  2. Read the title and say it is the title of the book/story. Ask your child what the story could be based on the title.
  3. Some books have a list of vocabulary your child will learn in the book/story on the first page.  Please go over each word/phrase with your child by asking what they think it means and either explain the correct meaning or add on to their description.
  4. Before Epic! Reading, discuss what questions you will be asking at the end of reading.
    1. Who are the characters in the story?
    2. Where is the setting in the story happening?
    3. What is the story about/main idea?
    4. What happened first, middle, & conclusion?
    5. Did any problems happen in the story? How did they fix the problem?

    Discussing beforehand prepares students to what to really focus on. During reading emphasize the answers to the questions, for students to distinguish important facts about the story. At the end of reading, assess reading comprehension by asking the same questions discussed prior to reading. If you notice student is struggling generating an independent answer, ask the question in a multiple-choice form by asking the question and giving them an option between 2 answers (correct answers and incorrect answer)

  5. Read the story to your child and stop when your child has questions or makes a connection with the story to his/her past experiences.
  6. Continue your discussion with your child by asking the questions in the story(if it has) or ask What If questions.

Sight Word:

Group 1-Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Writes own sentence using sight word “of”

Group 2: Reads Pre-Decodable Booklet. Have student repeat every word after you, using pointer finger to touch every word as student is reading.  Traces the sight words “of”

Language Arts

Objective:

Group 1-Recognizing and Writing short vowels

Group 2- Review Recognizing and Writing -/Ww/, /N/, & /G/

Homework:

Group 1-

Group 2-

Math

Objective:

Group 1- Using STEAM students will be learning about position and location and how to use position words to identify where two-and three-dimensional shapes and real-world objects are located. Vocabulary: left, right, in between

Group 2-Making STEAM connections as students learn to compare groups of objects and read, write, and count numbers 0 to 5. Couting up to 5.

Homework:

Group 1-Sadlier Math-

Group 2-Sadlier Math-

Handwriting

Objective:

Group 1 – Increasing writing skills recognizing sizing, spacing, and penmanship. Writing short vowel.

Group 2- Tracing and writing uppercase and lowercase Ww, Nn, & Gg

Homework:

Group 1-

Group 2-

Resources:

Public Speaking

Theme: April- Summer Fun