100th day of school: Our 100th day of school is coming up next week on Tuesday, February 10th. Our room moms are helping make the day a fun filled day for the students. They have sent out an email with a list of items we will need for the day.

Please help us celebrate by collecting 100 small objects (for example buttons, rubber bands, pennies, or paper clips). Please DO NOT send in valuable items. The children’s belongings will all be displayed and shared. Please be sure to put your child’s collection in a labeled self- closing plastic bag. Remember, collectible items should be safe, creative, and fun! Send the items to school as soon as possible, but NO LATER than February 8. Thank you!

Report Cards: Report cards were mailed home on Friday. Remember that these are readiness grades which indicate if your child needs more time to develop in certain areas. If you have any questions, you are welcome to schedule an appointment for a conference. If you have not received the report cards by the end of the week, please visit the school office.

Valentine’s Day: On Friday, February 13th we are celebrating Valentine’s Day. Students are asked to bring cards for a card exchange. I have included a list of names below. You can purchase cards or be creative and make your own. There are 15 students in the class, 8 boys and 7 girls. Your child needs to bring 14 cards to participate. This is a good writing experience for the children. Please help them pace it and write a few cards each day. Remind them to write as neat as they can since they are giving this away, but remember that we just started writing and mistakes such as reversed letters are accepted. Have fun!!!

Boys: Harsh Bola, Haider Dhalla, Donovan Hardy, Darren Kawamura, Eddie Marinaro, Antonio Michaels, Alexander Norooz, Patrick Yoon

Girls: Eleanor Bender, Tupou Faleola, Pauline Kim, Jasmine Matta, Francesca Mazzola, Noemi Nagy, Katharine Smith

Friday: There will be no spirit dress on Friday.

 

 

 

Homework

BRING! Please send from home items that begin with the letter “Oo” on Mon-Wed. In class we’ll look at the items, say the name of them, and listen to the beginning sound.

Math: Complete and return daily math worksheets.

Handwriting: The letter “Oo” handwriting worksheet will be sent home on Monday.

Word Group: -ed worksheets

Friday: Bring the “Oo” book back to school on Monday (2/9).

READING: Don’t forget to turn in the January Reading calendar and mark the February Reading Calendar.

This Week We Are Learning:

Religion:

Respect

Holy Spirit

Church family

Phonics:

Letter Oo (focus is on letter sound, shape, associate words/pictures with the beginning sound, letter formation)

Letter Gg, Jj, Xx, Qq, Oo review

Math:

Identify numbers 0-20

Measuring one cup

Before, after, between

Science
protecting the environment


 

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