Reading: The Ocean Alphabet Book
Update on our General Delk's Guide to Clifton Hills:
In math we worked more on making numbers using manipulatives. The kids did well. We started working on story problems, so they had to listen to a story, recognize the number word and make it using their manipulatives. I even included some addition and subtraction problems, and they did great! I know they will shine on their first math test tomorrow!
* for homework, I sent home a review sheet from their math workbooks. It's counting and writing the numbers. We went over it as a class before I put it in their folders.
Example: A lion is a predator because it hunts for its food.
A zebra is the lion's prey; it is hunted.
Tomorrow we start classifying things as being living and nonliving. The excitement never stops!
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