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Goal Sheet # 27 & Phonics Study Guide 25 Week of 4/22 - 4/261
Due Date: 4/12/2019
Subject: 1st

GOAL SHEET/NEWSLETTER # 27

Date: 4/22 – 4/26

Teachers: Mrs. Bell

SPELLING WORDS: Assignment for Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday ~ Write each word (2) times.

  1) wanted

  2) lifted

  3) painted

  4) sounded

  5) looked

  6) thanked

  7) washed

  8) kicked

  9) played

10) prayed

11) joined

12) sighed

13) snowed

14) *don’t

15) *there

16) *again

Learn Spelling rule: -ed is a suffix added to a root word. –ed has three sounds: - ed /ed/ in wanted, -ed /t/ in looked,. and

-ed /d/ in played. Be sure to point out the root words.               *sight words

BIBLE VERSE:

He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. Psalm 23:3

Bible Story: David Is Chosen King Bible Truths: God has a special plan for your life. David showed responsibility in

doing his chores. If we take care of the things God gives us to do when we are little, God will give us special things to do when we are grown.

READING ASSIGNMENT: Check folder for assignment and sign~Don’t forget to study vocabulary words & definitions.

LANGUAGE TO BE TAUGHT NEXT WEEK:

Review: A noun is a person, place or thing. A verb is an action word. The verb tells what the noun is doing. Some

verbs are helping or linking verbs. For example: like is/are, has/have, do/ does/did, was/were.

Review adjectives – words that describe the noun. For example: big, blue, cold, yummy, dry, pretty, smart, tall, etc.

Review writing a COMPLETE sentence. The large brown bear climbed the tall tree.

MATH TO BE TESTED ON NEXT WEEK:

Math facts 1 – 12 addition and subtraction; Solve word problems; Count money; Measure centimeters (cm); Identify

the greatest number; Add and subtract 2-digit numbers; Identify how many tens and ones are in a number – For

example: 56 has 5 tens and 6 ones; Identify ten more than a given number: 15 – 35   25   10  ,  60 -   50   70   600;

Know the days of the week, months of the year, and that one dozen = 12 things.

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS: ***PLEASE NOTE CHANGES***

Monday – Read and study vocabulary words & definitions, Write spelling words, Learn Bible verse & study for test

Tuesday – Parent’s choice

Thursday – See Monday

TEST SCHEDULE ***PLEASE NOTE CHANGES***

Tuesday – :J Field Trip to the ZOO J

Wednesday - None

Thursday – Phonics & Math

Friday - Bible Verse, Spelling & Language (A study guide was sent home on 4/12. It is also on the class and web page.)

TEACHER COMMENTS OR SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS:

*Field Trip to the Zoo- Tuesday, April 23rd. We will leave at 8:00. Don’t forget to pack a lunch.

**Please work on memorizing the math facts. In some cases, counting on fingers is causing a lot of confusion

with the 11 & 12 fact families. It also slows down their speed drill times which lower their grades.

*** Thank You to the parents and/or grandparents already volunteering to help with the May Day event. We need a few more. Your help will be Greatly appreciated!!! J

****HAVE A BLESSED AND SAFE EASTER HOLIDAY with your family. HE IS RISEN!

 

 

Phonics Study Guide 25

 

1. Students should be able to write the word the teacher pronounces. For example: The teacher says write the word “also.” The students should be able to sound out the word and spell it using the special sounds we have learned so far this year.

 

   *Students should know all the special sounds on charts 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11and 12 in the Handbook for Reading.

 

  

 

2. Students should be able to write the special sound they hear in the word the teacher says.

 

   For example: The teacher says, “Write the special sound you hear in the word I say. Write “ey” in obey.” Students should be able to write ey.

 

   *Study charts 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.

 

 

 

3. Students should be able to write the spelling word the teacher says.

 

 

 

4. Students should be able to circle all of the special sounds in various words.

 

   *Study charts 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.

 

 

 

5. Students should be able to read one and two vowel words. The words have special sounds from phonics charts 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12.