Thank you for the Pennies for Patients donations. Our class collected $109.37. I'm so proud of the children. We have had many discussions regarding where this money is going, and how they are helping very sick children. The final collection for Pennies for Patients will be January 31st.
We have Art in Action on Friday. Piya (Ujaan) will be teaching the lesson this week. She would appreciate help setting, helping students with supplies as needed, and cleaning up. If you are available to help please let me know.
Spelling test on Friday. (bone broke close hole home how rode spoke those under)
I have noticed that many of the children have begun using RAZ-Kids at home. As your child reads through the different books at their level, be mindful that to move to the next level, he/she will need to listen, read, and take the assessment of each story. Please encourage your child to stay with one book, which will help with the comprehension questions.
Please remind your child that they need to line up at our classroom when he/she comes on campus in the morning. We have reviewed this rule several times. Again, no playing on the play structure or running around. The children can stand in line and talk with their classmates. I appreciate your support.
Be sure to review the corrected work as it comes home in the Home Folder. This review is a chance to see what your child is doing in the classroom. Wonderful conversations can arise as your child shares, as well as spending this special time together.
- No playing on the play structure before school. When the children come onto the campus after 8:00, they need to line up at our classroom.
- PMT teachers have asked that the children wear closed-toed shoes Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. These shoes help prevent injuries.
- Please remind your child if he/she needs a lunch ticket.
- Please write your child's name on jackets, backpacks, and lunch boxes.
reading - read to self, read to someone, have someone read to you, read using different character voices, sort your books (fiction and non-fiction)
indoor activities - play a board game or card game, cook or bake something, count, sort, and organize things, set the table, practice tying your shoes, write a thank you note, make a comic, write a note to a relative, keep a journal, paint, draw, do origami, make a collage
outdoor activities - create something with chalk, jump rope, ride a bike, swim, practice tying your shoes, count, sort, and organize things, make an obstacle course or treasure hunt, do yoga, garden, animal watching
(650)312-7500 ext. 4069
Class Code: DXLT7
24th: Art in Action (10:40-12:00)
Book Orders due
25th: Foster City Library Read-a-Thon Kick-Off (2:00-3:30)
High Frequency Words
Kindergarten: a am an and at can do go he I in is it like me my no on see so the to up we you the
First Grade: back cap had has pack pans ran sack she had ran cap has back pack pans sack she hot lock rock box mop tops doll cots one jump ten jet fed neck let mess beg sell look are dull nut cup rug duck sun cub cuff come here flat slip class plums clock glad plan black what put trim crab trip frog prop drip grass brim went now skip smell step skin spot spin slip sled was out best good hand jump nest pink trunk who thing bath wish bring shop this rang shut these our lunch chop when catch whiff check much match once hurt split strap scrub squid stretch scratch sprint squish because take made came plate brave game make skate right start broke bone close hole home how rode spoke those under
- 8:20 School Begins
- 8:45 Language Arts
- 10:25 Snack Recess
- 10:50 Writer’s Workshop
- 11:30 Science/Social Studies
- 12:10 Lunch
- 1:10 PMT/Math
- 2:00 Math
- 2:40 Dismissal
- 8:30 Computers
- 10:00 Library
- 11:30 Music
- 12:40 Dismissal