The students have been exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 10. We’ve been playing games such as How Many am I Hiding & Heads and Tails to practice adding two numbers.
Try playing Heads and Tails at home.
Materials you need –
Recording sheet (plain paper)
- Decide how many pennies you want to play with.
- Drop the pennies on a table.
- Count how many pennies have heads and how many pennies have tails.
- Record the number sentences (3 heads + 7 tails = 10).
The students have been learning about main idea and support details in Non-Fiction stories. The main idea is the most important thing we learn. Supporting details tell about the main idea. While reading stories at home, non-fiction or fiction, see if your child can identify these key story components.
The students have been practicing using spaces between betweens, capitalizing the first word in a sentence, and ending sentences with punctuation. They’ve also been trying to hard to remember to use lower case letters within words. This week, we wrote about what we like to do with our friends.
- Tuesday, October 20, 2015 – School Picture Day