Jill Lang

Jill Lang

Room 7 News

 

Dear Families, 

On November 8th we will be going to Hidden Villa Farm. This field trip is always a lot of fun. I will need parent help for this trip. To chaperone, you will need to be fingerprinted. If you were fingerprinted last year, please let me know. You will not need to be printed again. The process is straightforward. Just pick up the form in the office, and they will share where you can go to have your fingerprints taken. As long as you stay in our school district, you will not need to go through this process again. 

Home Folders will be sent home on Monday and will contain field trip permission slips. These will need to be returned by Friday October 3rd as we would like to have everything collected before we leave for break. Thank you!

Phonics

 Short e

Sight Words

Students should be able to read and spell these words.

the, I, to, a, is, my, go, me, like, on, in, so, we, it, and, up, at, see, he, do, you, an, she, little, one, jump, are, look


Daily Schedule 

  • 8:20        Morning Routines, Read to Self
  • 8:35       Partner Reading 
  • 9:00       Reading Workshop (Unit 2 - Stories Have Many Characters)
  • 10:25     RECESS
  • 10:50     Math/PMT (Topic 2 - Subtraction)
  • 12:10      Lunch
  • 1:10        Writer’s Workshop (Narratives)
  • 1:50        Social Studies (Maps/Globes)
  • 2:30        Regroup/Read Aloud
  • 2:40        Home

Tuesdays: Music

Wednesdays: Computer Lab

Thursdays: Library

Art in Action: Monthly 

Buddies: Monthly 

Jill Lang

JILL LANG

(650) 312-7501 ext. 4086

jlang@smfcsd.net


Important Dates 

October

  • 4th - Wacky Hair Day
  • 7th-18th: Fall Break

November

  • 8th: Field Trip to Hidden Villa
  • 11th: Veterans Day/No School
  • 27th-29th: Thanksgiving Break

Links


Home Activities

reading - read to self, read to someone, have someone read to you, read using different character voices, sort your books (fiction and non-fiction)

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

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


Correction Marks

✔    OK  

✚    Some Effort

★    Great Job!

Excellent and Wow are reserved for work that is a student’s personal best.