ELA


Each week we work on identifying a letter of the alphabet and its sound. As part of our work each week the students look for that letter in a one-page story. They try to find as many of the week's letter as they can. We spend about 10 to 15 minutes on this in centers. Please review this paper when it comes home with your child. Helping your child with this is a great way to improve letter recognition and print tracking skills. Feb. 18-22 We will be work on identifying uppercase and lowercase W and its sound.  We will listen to the stories The Puddle Pail, Kitten for a Day, and Dreams. We will also work on rhyming words and identifying sight words, beginning sounds, and syllables. We have also begun Kid Writing. Students draw to respond to a question, then write about it using "kid writing". An adult then writes the "adult way" for them.
Please read to or listen to your child read daily. 




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Dates may change due to pacing.


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