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June 09
Homework/reminders

As the year is winding down, specific homework will not be assigned the next two weeks. Please see the June Homework Bingo sheet your child brought home.

 

Your child should continue to practice the sight words/sound teams (as necessary) and read from books at home.

 

Also, please encourage your child to read over the summer in order to retain and strengthen his/her reading skills.

 

Keep practicing addition and subtraction math facts to 100.

 

 

Over the next little while the children will be bringing home their notebooks and remaining supplies.  Please empty the book bags nightly for additional notices. It is important to send the Ziploc bag every day.​

June 09
Dates

June 12 – Family Picnic/Showcase.  You can drop in at anytime between 11:00 and 11:30 to see your child's work. This will be in a drop in format. Then the picnic will run from 11:30-1:00.

June 13 – Bike Rodeo 1:30.

June 15-Last day for cafeteria. Students will need a lunch next week.

June 18 – K-2 Field Day (please be sure your child is dressed for the weather and has appropriate outdoor footwear for running, jumping etc…)

June 22 – Last day of school for students.... 11:30 dismissal.​

June 07
Newsletters

​Please read the weekly Newsletters that are updated throughout the year.  They are found in the documents section of my teacher page.  Thank you!

June 07
Poem of the Week

 Seeds

A little seed for me to show,

A little soil to make it grow,

A little hole, a little pat,

A little wish, and that is that,

A little sun, a little shower,

A little while.....                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

And then a flower!                                                             

June 05
Homework

As stated in last week’s Week at a Glance, homework is taking on a new form for the remainder of the year.  On Friday, your child came home with a Homework Bingo card. Here is the challenge: to complete as many activities as they can, with your help, by June 22.  This is meant to be a fun way to practice some skills we worked on this year.  If your child is struggling with certain numeracy and literacy concepts, please continue to practice these at home.​


June 05
June Outcomes

June Outcomes

 

Reading and Viewing:

GCO 5B: engage in the research process with assistance

GCO 7E: Use experiences with a range of texts to identify different types of print and media text

GCP 7F: Respond critically to texts

 

Speaking and Listening:

GCO 2H: Engage in and respond to informal oral presentations

GCO 3E: Recognize some examples of unfair and hurtful vocabulary and be willing to listen to others and accept different points of view

 

Writing:

 

9D-use a variety of familiar text forms and other media (messages, letters, lists, recounts, role play)

10B-use some conventions of written language(ex spacing, most vowel and consonants are represented, increasing number of words spelled conventionally, simple sentence structure, attempt to use punctuation, use uppercase for names, I and sentence beginnings)

10C-demonstrate engagement with the creation of pieces of writing and other representations (ex-sustain choose writing in free time, share work, contribute during shared writing, contribute to observations field trips etc

10D-with assistance, begin using technology in writing and representing-use a tape recorder to tape a completed piece of writing or dramatization or oral retelling, use a drawing program/simple word processing to create illustrations for a group story or to draw a picture and write a caption

 

You & Your World

The theme for June is Changes. Outcomes for this unit include:

2.2.2A: identify examples of different types of technology

2.2.2B: describe technologies that affect everyday life.

2.2.2C: assess the effect of technology on life

2.2.2D: identify examples of positive and negative impact of technology

2.2.2E: identify examples of technological milestones

2.2.2F: describe how lifestyles of the past were different from today due to technological changes

 

Math: March-June

N1: Revisit skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s

N2: Revisit even and odd numbers up to 100

N3: Describe order or relative position using ordinal numbers (up to tenth)

N4: Revisit representing and describing numbers to 100

N5: Compare and order numbers up to 100

N6: Revisit estimating quantities to 100 using referents

N7: Illustrate, concretely and pictorially, the meaning of place value for numerals to 100

N9: Revisit addition with answers to 20 and the corresponding subtraction facts; creating and solving addition and subtraction problems (up to answers to 100)

N10: Revisit applying mental math strategies to determine basic addition facts to 18 and subtraction facts

PR1: Revisit repeating patterns

PR2: Demonstrate an understanding of increasing patterns: describing, extending, comparing, creating patterns using manipulatives, diagrams, sounds and actions (to 100)

PR3: Demonstrate and explain the meaning of equality and inequality (to 100)

PR4: Record equalities and inequalities symbolically using the equal symbol or the not equal symbol (to 100)

SS3: Compare and order objects by mass (weight) using nonstandard units, and make statements of comparison (Revisit length, height, distance around)

SS4 & SS5: Revisit measuring length

SS6: Sort 2-D shapes and 3-D objects using two attributes, and explain the sorting rule

SS7 & SS8: Revisit 3-D objects and 2-D shapes

SS9: Identify 2-D shapes as parts of 3-D objects in the environment

SP1: Revisit gathering and recording data

SP2: Revisit constructing & interpreting concrete graphs & pictographs

 

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June 04
Week of June 4th

​* Projects should be brought to school before Friday.

* Students should continue reading daily.

* Library books are due on Tuesday.

* Reading evaluations and end of year conferences continue this week.

June 01
Week at a Glance--June 4

As stated in last week’s Week at a Glance, homework is taking on a new form for the remainder of the year.  On Friday, your child will be coming home with a Homework Bingo card. Here is the challenge: to complete as many activities as they can, with your help, by June 22.  This is meant to be a fun way to practice some skills we worked on this year.  If your child is struggling with certain numeracy and literacy concepts, please continue to practice these at home.​

May 30
Poem of the Week

A Seed Needs

I see you are a seed,

Tell me what do you need,

I need some soil to grow,

And then the sun to glow,

Water to make me wet,

Air for my leaves to get,

Space for my roots to spread,

Now I'm a plant.​ 

May 30
Poem of the Week

I’m a Little Seed

 

I’m a little seed,

Brown and fat,

I haven’t got a front,

And I haven’t got a back,

Plant me in the earth, Give me water each day,

I’ll grow to be an apple tree,

While you play!

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