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Reading - This week in reading the students read The Great Ball Game. The phonic and spelling lessons were the r-controlled vowel ar. Throughout the week the students read words with r-controlled vowel ar. The skill this week was plot. The students identified the plot of a story. In grammar the students recognized that proper nouns can name specific people, places, and animals.
Math - On Monday the students took chapter 3 test. …Continue
Added by paulahall on October 31, 2014 at 2:18pm — No Comments
The last two weeks have been full of fun, learning and exploring new things. Last Monday PreK headed for the Wild things Farm to the Pumpkin Patch. The children enjoyed every minute there. On Tuesday, the Howe Fire Department
came and talked with the students about Fire Safety. They showed and explained what the fire trucks do, demonstrated the water hose and blew the sirens. The children were very intrigued and loved it.
This week we learned more about Fire Prevention,…Continue
Added by Sue Ellen Dodd on October 31, 2014 at 2:17pm — No Comments
Red ribbon week! Wow, what a crazy week. Students were dressed in a variety of outfits this week and it was enjoyable to watch them. We began hard work on multiplication. Students worked on 0,1,2,3,4,5,6, and 10's this week. We also worked on distributive property of multiplication. In science, we watched a webcast from Churchill, Manitoba about polar bears and the work environment in that location. We also used Discovery Education to learn a little more about polar bears and their…Continue
Added by Donna Morris on October 31, 2014 at 1:58pm — No Comments
This has been a busy, fun filled week for Kindergarten! We had two trips, our first was on Tuesday to the Wild Things Farm in Pocola and the second was trick-or-treating at the Heavener Nursing Center and Heavener Public Library, and a special guest, Smokey Bear, who taught us about Fire Safety. In our regular classroom learning we studied our new sight word 'he', continued practicing rhyming words, blending sounds to make words,…Continue
Added by Stace Bobbitt on October 31, 2014 at 11:58am — No Comments
4th RLA: Worked on inferences and finished Where the Red Fern Grows.
5th RLA: Worked on inferences. Took final test from Hatchet and Figurative Language Test. Worked on We Really Shine Program.
Added by Jerri Coker on October 31, 2014 at 11:48am — No Comments
Students started class each day by practicing their handwriting, doing the daily review activity, & writing in their journal. Students finished up Cumulative Review which was over sentences, subjects & predicates, compound sentences, compound subjects & predicates, run-on sentences, kinds of nouns, singular & plural nouns, & singular & plural possessive nouns. Started on Unit 5 Verbs…Continue
Added by Shawna Oglesby on October 31, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Students completed bellworks Detecting Sequences 1-5. Finished chapters 13-16 and all assignments with it. Completed types of sentences and sentence structure assignments. Worked on IXL Language Arts assignments.
Students completed bellworks Detecting Sequences 1-5. Finished Hatchet and all assignments with it. Completed types of sentences and sentence structure assignments. Worked on IXL Language Arts assignments.
Added by Jerri Coker on October 24, 2014 at 4:27pm — No Comments
4th L.A.-Students started class each day by writing in their journal, doing the daily review activity, & practicing their handwriting. Finished up Unit 1 Nouns & students took the test. Lesson Objectives: Identified nouns & common & proper nouns, capitalized proper nouns, identified singular & plural nouns, formed plural nouns, used plural nouns correctly, corrected nouns ending with y, identified singular & plural forms of special…Continue
Added by Shawna Oglesby on October 24, 2014 at 9:02am — No Comments
Reading/Spelling: The story this week was Nights of the Pufflings. Students summarized the most important information in a text, read and understood a nonfiction selection, and spelled words with the /ar/ sound correctly.
Science: Students tested on Unit A Chapter 4, which discussed animals surviving in the environment. We also worked on endangered animal reports.
Added by Jennifer Casey on October 24, 2014 at 8:32am — No Comments
In reading we reviewed the short vowel /a/, practiced rhyming words, worked on sounding out and blending words, learned the sight word "to". We reviewed all sight words and practiced writing them and practiced writing sentences. Our decodable book this week was "Can I Go?". This book was a little harder for them and had more words for them to sound out. In math we reviewed greater, less, and same. We learned about the number six: how to write number and word, how to show 6 in a ten…Continue
Added by Kelly Sockey on October 10, 2014 at 5:01pm — No Comments
Our theme this week was Five Senses. Everyday we covered one of the five senses and what job they do in our bodies. Our magic letter this week was the letter /Dd/. We practice letter recognition, letter sound, how to write letter Dd and how to form words with the letter Dd. We also introduced the letters, h/r/ and /g/. Mrs. Sue also taught us how to segment a sentence. We played a fun game with sentence worms. We continued reading our little reader "We like Dogs". We introduced the…Continue
Added by Sue Ellen Dodd on October 10, 2014 at 3:55pm — No Comments
In reading this week, we read "Winners Never Quit" by Mia Hamm. We also practiced the focus skill "making predictions."
In math this week, we focused on addition and subtraction fluency. Some of the more difficult skills included making a ten to add and subtract. Students had to decompose numbers in order to make a number sentence that start with 10.
In grammar, we worked with nouns.
Added by Teresa Ann Wise on October 10, 2014 at 3:41pm — No Comments
Multiplication has started! Now is the time to start studying those facts at home. The kids are both scared and excited to be learning them. We will continue with chapter three when we come back after fall break. This week we took a trip to the Spiro Mounds to learn about early Native American life in our area. We had a good time walking around the site as well as listening to Dennis Peterson, the director of Spiro Mounds, telling us the history of the site. This was followed by lunch…Continue
Added by Donna Morris on October 10, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments
We've had a lot of fun exploring our 5 senses and learning how these things help us to learn. We learned about the letter Dd and the /d/ sound. We have been working on the number 5.
We are proud of Hunter McKurter for winning the pre-k King position, all of our boys and girls have worked very hard on selling tickets. We are now anticipating the fall carnival.
We hope all have a good weekend.
Added by Mary Lloyd on October 10, 2014 at 2:40pm — No Comments
1st hr. 4th L.A.-
Students started class each day by practicing their handwriting, doing the daily review activity, & writing in their journal. Lesson Objectives: Continued with Unit 3 Nouns. Formed & wrote sentences using singular possessive nouns & plural possessive nouns & added nouns to tell more about the subjects of sentences. When students completed their assignments, they did Study Island.
Continued with Chapter 2.…Continue
Added by Shawna Oglesby on October 10, 2014 at 2:39pm — No Comments
This week in Kindergarten we reviewed our vowel a,letter and sound, rhyming words, and writing sentences. Our sight word for the week was "to". The boys and girls learned this one quickly. In math we worked with the number 6 and 7. We counted, we modeled, and wrote the numbers. We also reviewed greater, less, and the same. On Wednesday we had a dental hygienist visit our classroom and taught us about our oral health. Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Crouch's class came in and did a rhyming activity…Continue
Added by Stace Bobbitt on October 10, 2014 at 12:16pm — No Comments
Reading/Spelling: Our story for the week was The Emperor and the KIte. We read and understood a fiction/folktale selection and spelled words with the /or/ sound correctly.
Science: We are working on Chapter 4 that discusses what structures and behaviors help plants and animals survive, how changes in the environment affect survival, and found out if all plants and animals survive.
Added by Jennifer Casey on October 10, 2014 at 8:25am — No Comments
4th RLA: Completed bell works drawing conclusions 1-5. Took test on Ch 9&10 and 11&12 and completed all assignments with those chapters. They took a Verb test and started on Types of Sentences and Sentence structures.
5th RLA: Completed bell works drawing conclusions 1-5. Took test over Ch 10-12 & 13-15 and completed all assignments with those chapters. They took a Verb test and started on Types of Sentences and Sentence structures.
Added by Jerri Coker on October 9, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
1st/5th hours - Foods classes studied the key nutrients. They described their functions and listed important sources of each. The students aslo analyzed the effects of various nutrient deficiencies and excesses.
2nd Hour- Personal Finance students discussed phfishing scams.…Continue
Added by Frances Crouch on October 5, 2014 at 7:40pm — No Comments
This week in reading we read Neighborhood News, a reader's theater. Everyone got to read a different part every day. It really increased their fluency.
In math, we are working on building fluency with basic addition and subtraction facts. Thursday, we focused specifically on "doubles plus one."
In grammar, we learned to write topic sentences. Each day we wrote a "hamburger paragraph" about a…Continue
Added by Teresa Ann Wise on October 3, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments