It was so nice to see everyone at conferences. As I mentioned before, I actually really enjoy getting to visit with all of you. I am trying to get the Ticket to Read link for all of you. Many of you asked about doing it at home. I will keep you posted on my progress.
Book-It Calendars: Turn them in this week - thanks.
Penny War: If your child wants to contribute to the BPA fund raiser, it just makes "cents" to do so by March 3rd - thanks!
Chapter Book: Ask your child about the surprise ending to our A-Z mystery, The Absent Author. Ask them what happened to Wallis Wallace.
Grammar: We are studying adjectives (describing words).
Spelling: We are practicing -er words and will test on Friday. (homework due Friday)
Reading: Homework due Friday.
Spy Kids: We are reading a nonfiction narrative - Grandparents. We will practice the -y sound. Our sight words are - America, father, grandfather, grandmother, husband, often, onto & yourself. Our vocab. words are - America, Japan, remember & relatives. We will continue to discuss the story elements.
Thundermans: We will be reading a fictional story titled, Wacky Weather Facts. We too will continue to identify the story elements. Our vocab. words are - fact, fiction, flounder & wacky. We will practice identifying facts.
Social Studies: We will continue our patriotic unit. We will look at facts and opinions. We will also practice problem solving. Additionally, we will examine our 50 states and capitals on a map. Special Homework: On Friday, bring in one patriotic symbol to share with the class. You may bring pictures, statues, actual items, etc. - just remember, don't send in anything valuable or fragile. Thanks!
Math: We will be using the terms more and fewer to compare bar graphs, tables and picture graphs. We will record and collect data to graph in a variety of ways.
Hello Everybody! My name is Mrs. Williams (Jaime to all of you grown-ups). If you know Mr. Williams (Clint), then you know my husband. Noah, our son, is in fourth grade. Talon (aka T) is in second with me!
This is my fourth year at WSS. Prior to teaching here, I taught kindergarten for 5 years and first grade for 3 years in Pennsylvania. I also taught second grade for a year in Idaho.