• May and June Learning Targets

    Reader's Workshop
    • Using Reading Logs and Stamina Charts
    • Planning for talking about our books
    • Book Recommendations 
     
    Reader's Meet the Characters in Our Books
    • What characters do can teach us about them
    • " What kind of a person is the character?"
    • Readers use strategies when it s hard to get to know the character
    • Readers notice characters' feelings and how they change

    Writer's Workshop
    • Writing Realistic Fiction
    • Writing Poetry

    Word Work
    • Suffix endings ( ed, es, s, ing)
    • Adjectives, Verbs, Nouns
    • Compound words
    • Contractions
    • Handwriting
    • Practicing the correct formation of all letters and numbers
    • ( see Handwriting link on homepage for language to practice at home)

    Math UNIT 9 & 10: Student Friendly Goals
    • I can count to 120 starting at any number.
    • I can read any number to 120.
    • I can write any number up to 120.
    • I can show how many tens and ones are in a number.
    • I know how many tens and ones are in a numbers.
    • I can add ten to a number.
    • I can subtract ten from a number.
    • I can use cubes and drawings to show how to add a two-digit number to a one-digit number.
    • I can use cubes and drawings to show how to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number.
    • I can use cubes and drawings to add a number that is a count of ten (10, 20, 30, 40...) to a two-digit number.

    22+10=32

    46+30=76

    • I can use cubes and drawing to add a number that is a count of ten (10, 20, 30,40...) to a number that is a count of 10.

    20+20=40

    20+30=50

    • I can use cubes or drawings to subtract a number that is a count of ten (10, 20, 30, 40...) from a number that is a count of 10.

    54-10=44

    38-20=18

    • I can accurately add ten to any number in my head.
    • I can say when an object is longer or shorter than another object.
    • I can say how much longer one object is from another.
    • I can say how much less one object is from another.
    • I can organize three objects by length from shortest to longest.
    • I can compare the length of three objects.
    • I know a penny is worth 1¢.
    • I know a nickel is worth 5¢.
    • I know a dime is worth 10¢.
    • I know a quarter is worth 25¢.
    • I can compare the value of two coins.
    • I can show the same amount of money using different combinations of coins.
    • I can label an amount of money with the cents symbol.
    • I can organize a collection of coins from greatest value to least value.
    • I can organize and add the value of a collection of coins.

    Science

    • Organisms
    • Life Cycles

     

    Social Studies

    • China
    • Map Skills

     

    Responsive Classroom

    • Problem Solving
    • Apology Contract
    • Sharing Topics
    • Morning Meeting


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