Author Archives: Anna Mcleod

Week of October 30

This week we will learn about the five senses (hearing, sight, touch, taste, and smell). Using the topic “Using My Senses,” we will read stories about how people use their senses. Our new letter this week is the letter Tt. … Continue reading

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Week of October 23

This week, we will learn about community helpers such as firefighters, police officers, teachers, doctors and nurses. We will read stories about how people in a community help each other. We are also learning the letter P. We will practice … Continue reading

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Week of October 16

This week we will learn about neighbors and neighborhoods. We will read stories about what it means to be a good neighbor. We will begin learning a letter of the alphabet each week. This week’s letter is Ss. We will … Continue reading

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October 9

This week we will begin a new unit called, “My Family, My Community”. We will learn about families and all the members of a family. We will read about what families do together. We are going to draw our families … Continue reading

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Week of October 2

This week, we will learn about our school. Using the topic, “Our Happy Classroom,” we will read stories about the many things we see and do at school. We will read a book called The Great Shape Hunt. We are … Continue reading

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Week of September 25

Last week, we reviewed the four basic shapes (circle, triangle, rectangle, and square).   We traced each shape, made pictures with them, and used shapes to create a face after reading the book, Making Faces with Shapes. Please review shapes with … Continue reading

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September 11

A super week! We had a great first week of school. We made new friends, learned about our classroom, played outside, read many books, and sang songs. Thank you for sharing your wonderful children with us.   Composition Books Inside … Continue reading

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