Spelling – Write a sentence for each spelling word and write each word one time: faster, fastest, taller, tallest, and before.

Reading – Read the story Where Are My Animal Friends?

Parent(s), please review then sign your child’s progress report, and send it back to school tomorrow.



Spelling – Write a sentence for each spelling word and write each word one time: does, goodbye, oh, right, and won’t.

Reading – Read the story Where Are My Animal Friends.



Reading – Read the story Where Are My Animal Friends and complete worksheet.



Spelling – Write each spelling word four times and study for spelling test.  (faster, fastest, taller, tallest, before, goodbye, oh, right, and won’t)



Have a good weekend!




Reading – SCCCR – 1.7.1 Retell text, including beginning, middle, and end; use key details to determine the theme in a text heard or read.

SCCCR – 11.2 Distinguish who is telling the story at various points in a text, the narrator or characters.

Word Study – 1.2 Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds.

SCCR – 1-2.3 Isolate and pronounce initial, medial, and final sounds in spoken single-syllable words. (-ir, -er, and -ur sound at the end of a word)

SCCCR – 3.5 Read words with inflectional endings. (add -er or -est to the end of a word.)

SCCCR – 3.2 Use knowledge that every syllable must have a vowel sound to determine the number of syllables in words.

Writing – SCCCR – 1.W.2.1 Explore print and multimedia sources to write informative/explanatory texts that name a topic, supply facts about the topic, and provide a sense of closure.

Math – 1.ATO.6 Add and subtract numbers.

Science – 1. E.4A.1 Analyze and interpret data from observations and measurements to compare the properties of Earth materials (including rocks, soils, sand, and water).

1.E.4A.2 Develop and use models (such as drawings or maps) to describe patterns in the distribution of land and water on Earth and classify bodies of water (including oceans, rivers, stream, lakes, and ponds).

1.E.4A.3 Conduct structured investigations to answer questions about how the movement of water can change the shape of the land.

Social Studies – 1-2.2 Summarize the concept of authority and give examples of people in authority, including school officials, public safety officers, and government officials. 

1-3.3 Summarize the contributions to democracy that have been made by historic and political figures in the United States, including Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Dorothea Dix, Frederick Douglass, Mary McLeod Bethune, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.