• Students and Families,

     

     

    June

      

    Kindergarten: 

    • Current Letter: Students should know all letters
    • Review Letters: All letters both  uppercase and lowercase
    • Decodable Words:Dad, Doc, God, dog, sad, add, odd, Cass, Tic, Tac, Toc, cat, glass, glad, class, leg, fed...
    • Current Sight Words: them, that, egg, eat, said
    • Review Sight Words: I, the, see, a, cat, this, me, my, do, is, we, like, and, at, pig, it, an, to, for, girl, her, him, boy, has, are, go, so, yes, no, bug
    • Work posted in Dojo

     

    Grade 1: 

    • Current Word Families: (silent e) ike, ide, ive
    • Review Word Families: at, an, ad, it, ip, id, ook, et, ed, ot, od, um, ud,  
    • New Concepts:rhyming, fiction and nonfiction text, proper letter formation and writing sentences on own.
    • Students are being instructed using Fountas and Pinnell's Leveled Literacy Intervention: 
    • Work posted in Dojo

     

    Grade 2: 

    • New Concepts: Long vowel spelling patterns: ay, ai, a-e, ee, ea, e-e, oa, o-e, ow, ie, igh, y,    
    • Students are being instructed using Fountas and Pinnell's Leveled Literacy Intervention:
    • Work posted in Dojo and Google Classroom.

    Grade 3:

    • Current Concepts: contractions
    • New Concept: Writing a summary of a story: include all major events in  order
    • Students are being instructed using Fountas and Pinnell's Leveled Literacy Intervention:
    • Work posted in Dojo and Google Classroom

    Grade 4:

    • New Concepts: Using a Venn diagram to  organize information: using the information to write multiple paragraphs comparing and contrasting 2 related items or things.  
    • Review Concepts:ail, ain, aid, our, out and oat word family words 
    • Students are being instructed using Fountas and Pinnell's Leveled Literacy Intervention:
    • Work posted in Dojo and Google Classroom

     

    Grade 5:

    • New reading unit: Comprehension strategies: reading the questions first, reading the passage multiple times: underlining the information needed to answer the question in different colors.  
    • Using context clues and background knowledge to understand vocabulary words.  
    • Work posted in Google Classroom