February 26-March 2
Friday, March 2—School Wide Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration
Thursday, March 8-Friday, March 9—Teacher Contract Days (No School)
Early Literacy Idea
Ask your child questions about key details after reading a story. Encourage them to answer using complete sentences.
Remember our reading goal is 15 minutes a night/five night a week. Please read to your child and have him/her read to you! This is so important! Thanks for all you do
All students at South Elementary will celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd. It will be fun to learn more about his life and read some of the books he wrote.
We have been focusing on comprehension skills. Students should be able to answer questions about key details after listening to a text read aloud as well as be able to express their thoughts, feelings and ideas clearly.
In math, we have been working on subtraction sentences and learning about “related facts”. (3 + 1 = 4; 4 – 1 = 3) We are also still working hard on subtraction concepts.
We have been writing in our journals and the students are becoming more and more skilled in their writing abilities.
Thank you again for your support. Enjoy your week and thank you for sharing your children with me!