# September Week 2 Friday Wrap-up

```September Week 2 Friday Wrap-up
FOCUS
DETAILS
Language
Arts
Phonics: We focused on sounding the letters B through
Letter B
Dictionary
Words
Writing
conventions
Math
Sight words
Composing
numbers 1-5
Graphing ( bar
graphs)
Social
Studies
repetition and showing pictures of words that begin with the
letters B. The students also used their far point copying skills
to copy the B words written on the board.
To allow the students practice following multi-step directions,
they colored pictures of words that begin with letter B. Then;
they cut it and organized it alphabetically to glue it on their
dictionary notebooks.
A group of students wrote sentences about themselves. With
help, they used their own phonetic transcription to sound out
the words and write them in appropriate cases with the
needed spacing between words.
Using dominos, they composed numbers 1-5 and wrote addition
equations( e.g. 1+2=3)
We collected the class data to make bar graphs ( numbers of
boy vs. number of girls in class, number of students buying
lunch vs. number of students packing lunch)
Classroom Rules
We reviewed the classroom rules and discussed the rules
needed to be followed in the specials classes.
National Symbols
They were introduced to the national symbols ( The American
flag, the bald eagle, Washington Monument, Lincoln
Memorial,…etc) and their location in the US Map.
Art
Self Portrait
Wellness
Fine Motor Skills
They finished their last week’s self-portrait project. They
colored the pictures and added more details to them.
1. They Practiced writing numbers and numerals on their math
journals.
2. They Practiced writing uppercase and lowercase B on their
writing journals and on their “Zaner Bloser: Handwriting”
book.
Subject
Language Arts
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Math
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Social Studies
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Questions/Commands
How does the letter B make?
Name some words that begin with the
letter B?
What is a dictionary?
What dictionary words did you color this
week?
How can you make (compose) number 5 or
4?
Based on the bar graphs you made in
class, which group has more- boys or
girls?
Name some American National symbols?
Next Week
We will focus on the letters P &amp; T. We will continue to work on handwriting and
writing using the proper writing conventions, sound-letter recognition, and identifying
sight words. In Math, we will compose numbers 6-10; practice writing number names,
and create patterns using colors and geometric shapes.
REMINDERS
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Mondays and Wednesdays are PE days, please dress your child in the PE
uniform and make sure that are wearing appropriate PE shoes (sneakers)
for these days.
PTO Pizza payment is due by Sept 14th.
Wednesday, September 16th is talk like a pirate day. Please refer to the