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# Monte Vista Elementary

## 1 st grade – Ms. Pryor & Miss Kulek

http://apryorknowledge.weebly.com/
2-18-2020

## LITERACY focus standard MATH focus standard

CCSS: RI 1.1 Students will ask and CCSS: Number and Operations in Base Ten
answer questions about key details in 1.NBT.6 Subtract multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 from
a text. multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 (positive or zero differ-
ences), using concrete models or drawings and strategies
Students are taught to answer questions by based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the
borrowing words from the question itself. relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the
Q: According to the text, what do penguins eat? strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning
A: The text says that penguins eat fish and krill.
used.
Our topic is Arctic/Tundra/Polar habitats, Students will model using 120 charts,
and we will learn about penguins. place value blocks, and open number lines.

## This week’s focus text is:

Penguins by Anne Schreiber

## Phonics: (week 4.3)

vowel teams for long o (both oa and ow):
boat, coach snow, bowl

## three-letter consonant blends Important Information:

shr, thr, spl, str
shrug, thread, splash, stripe Mon. 2/17 – President’s Day (no school)
Tues. 2/18 - Scholastic Book orders due
Thurs. 2/20 – Dentist visit for 1st Grade
Phonics: Habit 6:
vowel team ea (both long and short sounds): Fri. 2/28 – No School for students
team, eat, peach
Synergize
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Together
change y to I before addingis
anBetter
ending
baby  babies Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences
cry  cries
begin this week. Please use Remind
Practice Makes Progress: application to contact me if there is
 Read for 15 minutes each night and fill-in trouble entering the building after hours.
reading chart in yellow folder (with date).
 Practice reading and saying high frequency
words as “quick as a snap.” 
 Complete both homework pages. I definitely feel appreciated!
Thank you for the cute (and sweet) Valentines.
Words to Practice:

mouth took