array(1) { [0]=> string(1) "1" }

Week 8!

October 6, 2019 by Brittany Wilbanks


PLEASE label all coats, jackets, hats, and other winter accessories with your child’s first and last name.

-The nurse is running low on spare clothes for students with potty accidents. If you are able to, then please leave a set for your child in their backpack just in case. Thank you! 


  • Reading every night for 20 minutes  (This includes sight words and reading group books that are coming home each night. Please return the books each day with your child.)
  • Math fact sheet each night


  • Identified closed and open syllables.
  • Began discussing the attributes of a fiction story.
  • Researched a community helper in our TRIBES group.
  • Started our word study (-ap family).
  • Assessed our ability to rhyme.
  • Listened to the story Room on the Broom and built a “broom” that could hold creatures out of 5 straws and tape.  
  • Related missing part number bonds to missing addend equations.  
  • Determined if an equation was true or false.
  • Took an assessment on addition equations, missing addends, and true/false statements.   


  • Continue determining when syllables are open or closed.
  • Review specific fiction story elements including characters, setting, problem and solution.
  • Identify the sounds common digraphs make (ch, sh, wh, th). 
  • Take the information we have gathered about our community helpers and begin creating a poster with this information.
  • Take our first word study assessment with -ap family words. 
  • Revise our broom designs from last week and try again!
  • Tell subtraction number stories and write subtraction equations that match these stories.
  • Relate missing part number bonds to subtraction equations. EX: This number bond with a whole of 10 and a part of 5 could also be written as a subtraction equation of 10-5=_.  


November 1st–Future Fest Dinner!–All of the 1st grade teachers have wonderful donations for the auction! Be sure to get your tickets ASAP!