Schaeffer's Sharks


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Check out our You Tube Channel for help with sight words, handwriting, phonics cards, etc! 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8txf2sC4VxnWQCZovbAiWw *Please send in $2 for the Fall Party as soon as you can ** Conference Times are set. Reminders went home today (Friday)

Book reports can be done on a library book or from a book that you have at home. Please do not use the Nightly Reader books for book reports. 

Leveled Readers have been in the Nightly Reading Folder please make sure you are reading nightly with your child. I only send new ones home once I gotten their book from the previous week turned in. 

Practice Sight Words nightly! 





* We will run on an A, B, C, D  specials schedule. 
A) Library-keep book in bookbag
B) PE-must have tennis shoes on 
C) Music
D) Art

*My email: SchaefferS@foxc6.org

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Phonics: This week we learned about the letter Mm. We learned that it is a consonant. Mm makes the /m/ sound.\nEx: monkey, milk, map\nWe also learned how to write capital and lowercase Mm.\nWe are working with rhyming words, initial (first) sounds of words, final (ending) sounds in words, compound words, counting out the syllable in words and number of words in a sentence. This week we continued to work with nonsense words and came up with real words that rhyme with a certain nonsense word. Word substitutions and changing parts of words to make new words, and blending words were also skills that we worked on.\n 

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Vowels:  Aa, Ee, Ii, Oo, Uu.

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Consonants: All other letters of the alphabet.  \n\nWe encourage the kids to point to the letter/word and slide their finger as they say/read the letter/word.\nLetters we have learned: Ll, Oo, Gg, Hh, Tt, Pp, Aa

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Math\nOur 3D Shapes Unit is complete. There tests came home today. We talked about directional words such as above, below, in front of, behind, next to, and beside.\nOur next unit will work with numbers 1-10. We will continue to work on these skills using hands on activities, games, and small group teacher table time with me.

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Writing\n This week we wrote capital and lowercase Mm. We also also are working on sentences together. We wrote a sentence together and talked about starting with a capital letter, using our one finger space between each word, and ending out sentence with a period. When we see a period at the end of a sentence it means that it is a \"telling sentence.\" This week we started an informational book about bats. We read about them and watched a video. Then took what we learned and started writing a book as a class.\nPlease remember to practice their names at home. Their letters should touch the same lines as the samples that were sent home on their name practice pages.

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\n**I will be using the lingo below with their writing from now on!

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*I refer to the top of the sentence line

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as the \"ceiling.\"

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*Middle line, dash line or half line

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*bottom line is the \"basement.\"

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*Always drag down with the pencil.\n(Remember to always start at the top when making letters never from the bottom, if you see this correct it at home!)

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Reading:\nDuring reading this week we talked about all of our reading powers and modeled reading with a partner. We will carry partner reading over into next week as well.

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\n*Try using sight words to make up a sentence!
\n*Put them on a post it on your fridge and remove them once you know them!
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\nList # 1
\nI   am   the   little   a   to   have   is   we   it   in
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\nList #2
\nwith  see  for  she  are  look  you   he   they  of  me
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\nList #3
\nat be this from or one had by words but 
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\nList #4
\nnot what all were we when your can said there
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\nSight word booklets will be in the nightly reading pocket to practice. Please remember do not write on them or mark on them in anyway. You can take them out to practice every night but please be sure to put them back in that folder.

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\nWe have learned: red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, pink, brown, black.
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\nRed
 (song to tune of Frarajaca)
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R, e, d. R, e, d. That spells red. That spells Red.
\nRed is the color of an apple. Red is the color of an apple.
\nR, e, d. R, e, d. 
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\nBlue (song to tune of The Farmer in the Dell)
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B, l-u-e spells blue. B, l-u-e spells blue.
\nHi ho did you know, b, l-u-e spells blue.
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The sky is blue (point to sky), the ocean is too (wave arm like river flowing).
\nHi ho did you know, b, l-u-e spells blue.

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\n1-one
\n2-two
\n3-three
\n4-four
\n5-five 
\n6-six
\n7-seven
\n8-eight
\n9-nine
\n10-ten
\n11-eleven
\n12-twelve
\n13-thirteen
\n14-fourteen
\n15-fifteen
\n16-sixteen
\n17-seventeen
\n18-eighteen
\n19-nineteen
\n20-twenty
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We have 20 students!
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\nTanner
\nLucy 
\nKora
\nJay
\nSydney
\nMatthew
\nJace
\nBlake
\nNedim
\nZach
\nPeyton
\nEmmett
\nSeth
\nAubrey
\nEva
\nZoey
\nMason
\nMcKenzie
\nSofia
\nKayden

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