First Grade News
February 3, 2020
We are learning:
We are continuing to practice:
Big Idea: How are communities around the world similar or different?
There is one Big Idea question for every three weeks of instruction. Your child should think about the ways each reading selection can answer this question.
This week’s reading selection: Be My Neighbor
Summary: Neighborhoods around the world share common features, but are different in many ways.
Essential Question: How are neighborhoods around the world similar to and different from each other?
Your child should spend a minimum of 20 minutes reading outside of school each day.
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Please review these sight words with your child.
Climates- noun the weather in areas
Cooperation- noun a situation in which people work together
Counts- verb to depend on
National- adjective relating to a specific country or nation
population -noun the number of people who live in one area
remote- adjective far away
responsibilities-noun tasks or actions that you are expected to do
transportation- noun a way of traveling
Please review these words and their meanings with your child!
February 6 – Parent teacher conferences from 3:30 – 7:45
February 7 – No school
March 16-20- Spring Break NO SCHOOL
May 7- Field Trip to Frank Buck Zoo