We started learning about two-dimensional shapes in math. So far we’ve covered squares, rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, and circles focusing specifically on sides and vertices.
Next, we’ll learn about composite shapes (a shape created by putting two or more shapes together) and then begin leaning about equal shares. Important vocabulary will include composite shape, equal part, whole.
Students learned about the vowel sound made by ou during reading. They also used sequencing (first, next, then, last) to help with comprehension.
Next – the vowel sound made by oo (as in moon and understood, for example) and inflected endings -ed and -ing
Compare & Contrast (comprehension)
High Frequency Words – among, another, instead, none
During language arts, we talked about when to use an explanation mark as opposed to a period.
Next, we’ll revisit how to begin/end sentences; work on developing word choice in our writing; review what using a glossary
May Crowning was on Monday. Since May is dedicated to Mary, we honored our blessed mother by focusing on her during religion class.
Next we’ll learn about the Fruits of the Holy Spirit.
Each student chose an animal to research for science. We started doing research at school and will continue working on this…
Inventors for social studies…
May 19 – Variety Show
May 25 – 1st Grade Classrooms Open 8:20-9:10 for Viewing Animal Projects
May 26 – No Classes (School Holiday)
May 29 – No Classes (Memorial Day)
June 6 – 1st & 2nd Grade Picnic
June 7 – Last Day of School/Closing All-School Mass