MATH:  Topics: Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s

                 Review: Writing fact families to 15.

Objectives: Students will use patterns to skip count by two’s, fives and tens.

                         Use hundred chart to identify and continue skip-counting.

Assessment: Skip-counting

 

ENGLISH: Review Topics: Days of the Week/Months of the Year

                                          Commas in Dates                             

Objectives: Students should be able to recognize capital letters at

                   the beginning of the names for the days of the week, months of the year and holidays.

                   Use capital letters to write the names for the days of the week, months of the year and holidays.

                   Recognize that a comma is used between the number of the day and the year in a date.

                   Use a comma correctly in dates.

 

Reading:

                       Eages: “My Robot
                       Humming Birds: “Me on the Map”
                      Ducklings: “I Am a Butterfly”

SPELLING: No New Spelling Words (Review)


SCIENCE: Topic: The Rain Forest Continues

                      New Topic: The Desert

Objectives: Students should be able to tell what a rain forest/desert is.

                      Identify different layers of the rain forest.

                      Recognize that  plants and animals that live in a rain

                     forest/desert find what they need to survive.

                  

SOCIAL STUDIES: Review Topic: Review: Road safety

Objectives: Students should be able to identify and explain the meaning of

                     at least eight road signs.

Assessment: Road Safety


BIBLE: Topic: Gideon

Focus: Sharing God’s Word

Objective: Children will understand that the bible has helped

                  many people come to know the Lord.

Test

MEMORY VERSE: “The Lord satisfies the thirsty and fills the

                                         hungry with good things”. Psalm 107:9

Topics/Objectives March 20-24, 2017
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