are just around the corner! We look
forward to meeting with you to celebrate your child’s successes and look at
ways we can further support their learning needs together.
What we are
Literacy - This week we will begin our next 5 words
on list 2 (out, as, be, have, go)
and our new phrases (we go out, I have a). Our reading strategy for the month of November
will be to look at the beginning sound of an unknown word and get our mouth ready
to say that sound. We will continue to
work on the sounds of “bossy R” / “R controlled vowels”: ar, or, ir, er, ur and
introduce the sounds for “oo” (look and school).
Math – The next focus will be working with number combinations,
looking at all the ways we can make a number (e.g. 6 can be 3 and 3, or 4 and 2, or 5 and 1, or
6 and 0). Also, we will be talking about
equal and unequal sets (balanced or not balanced).
You and Your World - We will introduce changes in our
community over time
Items/Dates to Remember:
reminder to send your little ones dressed for the weather as our mornings are
getting much colder!
cards will go home on Monday, Nov. 21st and parent/teacher
interviews will be on held Thursday evening, Nov. 24th and Friday
morning, Nov. 25th ( please note: no classes for students that day.)
sheets will be sent home this week for parents/guardians to choose their first
three best times and teachers will try to accommodate requests.
We are still in need of volunteers to work
the cash for our Book Fair Fundraiser –
if you have even 1 hour of your time to donate, please contact Mr. Murphy. (email@example.com)
will be 2 Christmas concert performances this year. The dates are December 12th
and 13th. The Christmas
Concert is called “Elflandia” and both shows will be at 9:15 a.m. on those
dates. Families with last names starting
with A-K are Monday, and families with last names starting with L-Z are Tuesday.
Parents are asked to send in an elf hat (from the Dollarama is perfect) as soon
as you can so we can use them for rehearsal times. Thank you!
have your child read 1 good
fit book to his/her “homework helper” and please practice your sight words and
phrases as well.
Remember to send in your library books.
(Friday is library day)
always, if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call me
at school, send a note in your child’s communication bag, or send an e-mail.
Hudson (506)453-5429 firstname.lastname@example.org