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Week of November 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of November 13-17, 2017

 

      • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
      • Please send a snack and drink daily
      • No checkouts after 2:00
      • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
      • Nov. 20th-24th - Thanksgiving Break
      • Dec. 5th - Holidays at the Hills
      • Dec. 15th - Christmas Party

 

This week's sight words:

run, it, she, are, father

 

This week's spelling words:

plus, slip, sled, brag, cry

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                               - Identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives

 -Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.       -Learn about other cultures

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.   

-Identify common elements in stories.    

-Order 2-3 events (first/next); beginning, middle, and end of story

 

 Weekly Story– Fall Foods- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: apples, beets, cabbages, fall, foods, pears, potatoes, pumpins, ripe, are, the, them

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count backwards from 20.

-Identify and order numbers to 30 and number words to 20.

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

-Differentiate between the +, -, and = signs.

-Compare single digit numbers and groups (more, less, equal)

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Thanksgiving, Fairytales/Folktales/Fables

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, stickers, sensory toy items/fidgets

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 6-10, 2017
Due Date: 11/10/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of November 6-10, 2017

 

      • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
      • Please send a snack and drink daily
      • No checkouts after 2:00
      • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
      • No lunch guests this week, please
      • Nov. 10th - $1.00 Red/White/Blue dress up
      • Nov. 20th-24th - Thanksgiving Break
      • Dec. 5th - Holidays at the Hills
      • Dec. 15th - Christmas Party

 

 This week's sight words:

bread, cat, school, play, teacher

 

This week's spelling words:

flag, flip, glow, glad, play

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                               - Identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.       -Learn about other cultures

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.       

 

-Order 2-3 events (first/next); beginning, middle, and end of story

 

 

 Weekly Story– Fall Fun- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: all, then, we, carve, fall, friends, pick, rake, roasted

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

 

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

 

-Count backwards from 20.

 

-Identify and order numbers to 30 and number words to 20.

 

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Thanksgiving, Fairytales/Folktales/Fables

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, stickers, sensory toy items/fidgets

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 30-November 3, 2017
Due Date: 11/3/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 30-November 3, 2017

 

      • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
      • Please send a snack and drink daily
      • No checkouts after 2:00
      • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
      • Oct. 31st - Book Character Dress Up Day
      • Nov. 10th 0 $1.00 Red/White/Blue dress up
      • Nov. 20th-24th - Thanksgiving Break
      • Dec. 5th - Holidays at the Hills
      • Dec. 15th - Christmas Party

 

 

 

 This week's sight words:

sky, on, table, funny, up

 

This week's spelling words:

blew, blow, club, clap, clay

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                                                                              -Identify personal point of view

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.                                                  -Identify feelings of characters in a story.

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.                                         - Identify nouns and verbs.

 

-Weekly Story – Fall Fun- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: all, then, we, carve, fall, friends, pick, rake, roasted

 

 This week in Math:

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

 

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

 

-Count backwards from 10.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, stickers, sensory toy items/fidgets

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 23-27, 2017
Due Date: 10/27/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 23-27, 2017

 

      • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
      • Please send a snack and drink daily
      • No checkouts after 2:00
      • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
      • Oct. 24th - PTA meeting
      • Oct. 26th - wear ORANGE against bullying
      • Oct. 31st - Book Character Dress Up Day

 

 

 

 This week's sight words:

tree, long, he, flower, said

 

This week's spelling words:

cut, fun, gum, rub, tub

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                                                                              -Identify personal point of view

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.                                                  -Identify feelings of characters in a story.

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.                                         - Identify nouns and verbs.

 

-Weekly Story – Feelings - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: of, very, I, angry, feelings, happy, sad, scared, sometimes

 

 This week in Math:

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

 

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

 

-Count backwards from 10.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

feelings/emotions

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 16-20, 2017
Due Date: 10/20/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 16-20, 2017

 

      • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
      • Please send a snack and drink daily
      • No checkouts after 2:00
      • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
      • Spirit Week/Homecoming Week - Oct. 16-20
      • Monday/Movie Character Day, Tuesday/Tacky Tourist, Wednesday/Color War (wear red), Thursday/Favorite Team, Friday/Tiger Spirit Day
      • Oct. 24th - PTA meeting
      • Oct. 26th - wear ORANGE against bullying
      • Oct. 31st - Book Character Dress Up Day

 

 

 

 This week's sight words:

you, ride, to, dog, under

 

This week's spelling words:

bug, mud, us, up, bus

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                                                                              -Identify personal point of view

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.                                                  -Identify feelings of characters in a story.

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.                                         - Identify nouns and verbs.

 

-Weekly Story – More Baby Animals - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: do, is, which, called, donkey, gorilla, know, koala, owl

 

 This week in Math:

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

 

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

 

-Count backwards from 10.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

animals

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 9-13, 2017
Due Date: 10/13/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 9-13, 2017

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:0
    • October 6th - 20th - Candygram sale
    • October 9th - Columbus Day - no school
    • Yearbooks are on sale for $35
    • Spirit Week/Homecoming Week - Monday/Movie Character Day, Tuesday/Tacky Tourist, Wednesday/Color War (wear red), Thursday/Favorite Team, Friday/Tiger Spirit Day

 

 

 This week's sight words:

boat, candy, has, mother, eat

 

This week's spelling words:

fox, fog, hog, rob, nod

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                                                                              -Identify personal point of view

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.                                                  -Identify feelings of characters in a story.

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.                                         - Identify nouns and verbs.

 

-Weekly Story – Halloween Costumes - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: a, I, like, clown, costume, dragon, look, pirate, superhero

 

 This week in Math:

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

 

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

 

-Count backwards from 10.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Halloween

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 2-6, 2017
Due Date: 10/6/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 2-6, 2017

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:00
    • October 5th - last day of 9 weeks
    • October 6th - last day to order school pictures
    • October 6th - 20th - Candygram sale
    • October 9th - Columbus Day - no school
    • Yearbooks are on sale for $35

 

 

 This week's sight words:

cow, find, egg, water, go

 

This week's spelling words:

not, hot, pop, mop, ox

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions                                                                              -Identify personal point of view

 

-Identify parts of a book, main idea, and details of a short text.                                                  -Identify feelings of characters in a story.

 

- Write basic sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation.                                         - Identify nouns and verbs.

 

-Weekly Story – This is my Halloween - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: is, my, this, bucket, brother, candy, Halloween, jacket, pumpkin

 

 This week in Math:

-Represent numbers up to 30 with sets of ones/tens manipulatives.

-Represent numbers to 30 with arrays/columns.

-Count backwards from 10.

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

-Add within 20 using manipulatives, pictures, and/or touchpoints.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Halloween

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 25-29, 2017
Due Date: 9/29/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 25-29, 2017

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:0
    • September 29th - Pajama Day/$1
    • October 5th - last day of 9 weeks
    • October 6th - last day to order school pictures
    • October 6th - 20th - Candygram sale
    • October 9th - Columbus Day - no school
    • Yearbooks are on sale for $35

 

 

 This week's sight words:

big, spoon, my, pencil, banana

 

This week's spelling words:

him, pig, big, hid, win

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify initial, medial, and ending sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea and details of a short text and parts of a book

-Become more familiar with informational texts

 

-Weekly Story – What Season Is It? - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: does, in, when, change, fall, grow, spring, summer, winter

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

 

-Add within 10 using manipulatives, pictures, or touchpoints

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Fall

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 18-22, 2017
Due Date: 9/22/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 18-22, 2017

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:0
    • September 29th - Pajama Day/$1
    • October 5th - last day of 9 weeks
    • October 6th - Candygram sale begins
    • October 9th - Columbus Day - no school

 

 

 This week's sight words:

put, chicken, with, apple, is

 

This week's spelling words:

bell, fell, egg, mix, fix

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify initial, medial, and ending sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea and details of a short text and parts of a book

 

-Weekly Story – Yours of Mine?- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: my, this, your, bed, food, my, room

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

 

-Add within 10 using manipulatives, pictures, or touchpoints

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Fall

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 11-15, 2017
Due Date: 9/15/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 11-15, 2017

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:00
    • September 13th - Fall Pictures
    • September 19th - Pajama Day/$1

 

 

 This week's sight words:

the, girl, little, in, box

 

This week's spelling words:

wet, let, hen, pen, yes

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds

 

-Identify initial and ending sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea of a short text and parts of a book

 

-Weekly Story – Animal Ears- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: big, ear, long, pointed, round, small, spotted, striped

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

 

-Add within 10 using manipulatives or touchpoints

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Weather

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 4-8, 2017
Due Date: 9/8/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 4-8, 2017

 

    • No school September 4th - Labor Day
    • Fundraiser packets are due back September 6th
    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:00
    • September 13th - Fall Pictures
    • September 19th - Pajama Day/$1

 

 

 This week's sight words:

and, fish, boy, I, airplane

 

This week's spelling words:

van, ham, bed, web, jam

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds

 

-Identify initial and ending sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea of a short text and parts of a book

 

-Weekly Story – Rain in the Country- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: I, see, the, clouds, lightning, mud, puddle, rainbow, sun

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

-Add within 10 using manipulatives or touchpoints

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Weather

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 28-September 1, 2017
Due Date: 8/31/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 28 - September 1, 2017

 

 

    • No school September 4th - Labor Day
    • Fundraiser packets are due back September 7th
    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:00

 

 

 This week's sight words:

blue, black, one, five, nine, school

 

This week's spelling words:

lap, map, bag, tag, man

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds

 

-Identify initial and ending sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea of a short text and parts of a book

 

 

 

 

-Weekly Story – Pond Life- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: are, in, the, beavers, ducks, plants, pond, smails, turtles

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Identify basic shapes and colors

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Seasons and Plants

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 21-25, 2017
Due Date: 8/25/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 21-25, 2017

 

 

    • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE
    • Please send a snack and drink daily
    • No checkouts after 2:00

 

 

 This week's sight words:

yellow, pink, zero, four, eight, twelve

 

This week's spelling words:

hat, tax, ax, gas, has

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds

 

-Identify initial sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea of a short text

 

 

 

 

-Weekly Story – The New Forest Path- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: by. in, see, the, we, bird, bug, flower, forest, leaves, moss, path

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Identify basic shapes and colors

-Make 10 in a variety of ways

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Seasons and Plants

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 14-18, 2017
Due Date: 8/18/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 14-18, 2017

 

  • August 15th - 6:30/PTA meeting and 7:00/Policy and Procedures

 

 This week's sight words:

green, purple, gray, three, seven, eleven

 

This week's spelling words:

bad, sad, can, fan, fat

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds

 

-Identify initial sounds in CVC words

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers with correct sizing and formation

 

-Identify main idea of a short text

 

 

 

-Weekly Story – After School- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: after, like, to, act, bike, dance, play, sing, study

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify numbers 0-30

 

-Count and order numbers to 30

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9

 

-Identify basic shapes and colors

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Seasons

 

WISH LIST: Dry Erase markers, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Summer Post
Due Date: 8/11/2017
Subject: Special Services

ENJOY YOUR SUMMER BREAK!

 

Online registration opens June 12th.

 

School resumes August 3, 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

WISH LIST: STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS, DRY ERASE MARKERS, HEADPHONES FOR COMPUTERS/IPAD

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 7-11, 2017
Due Date: 8/11/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 7-11, 2017

  •  Activity starts this week
  • Breakfast starts next week

  • Please wear tennis shoes on Mondays for PE!

  • PTA & Policy/Procedures Night – 8/15

 

 This week's sight words:

red, orange, brown, two, six, ten

 

This week's spelling words:

we will start spelling next week

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify uppercase and lowercase letters.

 

-Identify initial and ending sounds in CVC words.

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify number and color words.

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers.

 

 

-Weekly Story - will start next week

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify basic shapes and colors.

 

-Identify numbers 0-10.

 

-Count and order numbers to 10.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-5.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Seasons

 

WISH LIST: DRY ERASE MARKERS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of May 8-12, 2017
Due Date: 5/12/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of May 8-12, 2017

 

  •  
  • May 18th - Awards Day (8:30-9:00) and Color Run (9:15-10:15)
  • May 19th - 60% day
  • May 22nd - 60% day and last day of school

 

 This week's sight words:

home, been, right, end, name

 

This week's spelling words:

name, drink, stacked, napkin, some

 

This week in ELA:

 -Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 -Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

-Review skills learned this year.

 

 

-Weekly Story – When I Grow Up- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: said, when, you, alone, late, movies, myself, shopping, stay

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Review math skills learned this year.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Health/Hygiene

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of May 1-5, 2017
Due Date: 5/5/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of May 1-5, 2017

 

  • May 2nd - PTA Meeting and PTA election night
  • May 18th - Awards Day (8:30-9:00) and Color Run (9:15-10:15)
  • May 19th - 60% day
  • May 22nd - 60% day and last day of school

 

 This week's sight words:

about, make, first, your, men

 

This week's spelling words:

goes, us, yes, good, jump

 

This week in ELA:

 -Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 -Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

-Review skills learned this year.

 

 

-Weekly Story – Police Officers- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: crimes, laws, people, police, safe, traffic, direct, problems, travel

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Review math skills learned this year.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Health/Hygiene

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 24-28, 2017
Due Date: 4/28/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of April 24-28, 2017

 

  • May 2nd - PTA Meeting and PTA election night
  • May 18th - Awards Day (8:30-9:00) and Color Run (9:15-10:15)
  • May 19th - 60% day
  • May 22nd - 60% day and last day of school

 

 This week's sight words:

some, his, if, by, number

 

This week's spelling words:

shack, went, tablet, brushing, their

 

This week in ELA:

 -Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 -Identify a topic to learn and write about.

 -Listen to and appreciate poetry

 -Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

 

 

-Weekly Story – Community Helpers- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: an, lives, a, our, this, baker, construction worker, doctor, firefighter, police officer, teacher

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Distinguish more/less while learning about mass, volume, and measurement.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Community Helpers

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 17-21, 2017
Due Date: 4/21/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of April 17-21, 2017

 

 

  • April 17th - no school
  • April 20th - visit Oak Grove for students moving on next year (3:30)
  • May 2nd - PTA Meeting and PTA election night
  • May 18th - Awards Day (8:30-9:00) and Color Run (9:15-10:15)
  • May 19th - 60% day
  • May 22nd - 60% day and last day of school

 

 This week's sight words:

back, like, day, how, word

 

This week's spelling words:

too, keep, same, more, we'll

 

This week in ELA:

 -Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 -Identify a topic to learn and write about.

 -Listen to and appreciate poetry

 -Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

 

 

-Weekly Story – Caretakers- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: he, she, this, babysitter, dentist, firefighters, gardener, police officers, road worker

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Distinguish more/less while learning about mass, volume, and measurement.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Community Helpers

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 10-14, 2017
Due Date: 4/14/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of April 10-14, 2017

 

Enjoy Friday the 14th and Monday the 17th off - no school!  HAPPY EASTER!

 

  • April 11th - shop at book fair
  • April 12th - Track and Field Special Olympics
  • April 13th - Safety Fair and last day of Book Fair
  • April 14th/17th - no school

 

 This week's sight words:

people, would, from, as, that

 

This week's spelling words:

brisk, like, been, does, she

 

This week in ELA:

 -Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 -Identify a topic to learn and write about.

 -Listen to and appreciate poetry

 -Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

 

 

-Weekly Story – The Easter Egg Hunt- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: Easter, eggs, find, pot, rake, swing, in, is, the

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Distinguish more/less while learning about mass, volume, and measurement.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Easter

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 3-7, 2017
Due Date: 4/7/2017
Subject: Special Services

 

 

Week of April 3-7, 2017

 

 

  • April 6-12 - Spotlight Book Fair
  • April 7th - Lunch on the Lawn (no lunch guests, please)
  • April 12th - Track and Field Special Olympics
  • April 13th - Safety Fair
  • April 14th/17th - no school

 

 This week's sight words:

other, time, give, be, many

 

This week's spelling words:

long, with, insect, we, sanding

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify a topic to learn and write about.

 

-Listen to and appreciate poetry

 

-Write and edit simple sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and article adjectives.

 

-Weekly Story – Give Them Back!- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: an, from, Easter, hunt, plan, sneaky, sorry, takes

 

 This week in Math:

-Subtract double-digit numbers (without touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Recognize angles, sides, points, etc. in shapes

-Identify parallel and intersecting lines.

-Distinguish more/less while learning about mass, volume, and measurement.

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Easter

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of March 27-31, 2017
Due Date: 3/31/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of March 27-31, 2017

 

 

  • March 30th - Third grade music program - "Rock the Jukebox"
  • March 31st - Third grade field trip to Graceland
  • April 7th - Lunch on the Lawn
  • April 12th - Track and Field Special Olympics
  • April 14th/17th - no school

 

 This week's sight words:

high, us, children, were, bear

 

This week's spelling words:

come, there, sleep, clock, must

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – Insect Wings- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: fly, has, many, clear, covers, insects, spotted, wasp, wings, use

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Spring and Insects

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of March 20-24, 2017
Due Date: 3/24/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of March 20-24, 2017

 

  • March 21-April 7 - MAP-A testing
  • March 30th - Third grade music program - "Rock the Jukebox"
  • March 31st - Third grade field trip to Graceland
  • April 7th - Lunch on the Lawn
  • April 12th - Track and Field Special Olympics
  • April 14th/17th - no school

 

 This week's sight words:

when, baby, get, window, am

 

This week's spelling words:

need, up, going, set, stomp

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – Welcome Back, Butterflies- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: spring, sprout, seeds, north, south, eggs, fall, plants, seeds, away, my, their, they

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Spring and Insects

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of March 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 3/17/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of March 13-17, 2017

NO SCHOOL

HAPPY SPRING BREAK!

 

 

 

  • March 13-17 - Spring Break
  • March 21-March 30 - MAP-A testing
  • March 30th - Third grade music program - "Rock the Jukebox"
  • March 31st - Third grade field trip to Graceland

 



Week of March 6-10, 2017
Due Date: 3/10/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of March 6-10, 2017

 

 

  • March 6th - Second grade field trip to The Pink Palace
  • March 13-17 - Spring Break
  • March 21-March 30 - MAP-A testing
  • March 30th - Third grade music program - "Rock the Jukebox"
  • March 31st - Third grade field trip to Graceland

 

 

 This week's sight words:

balloon, away, bit, street, do

 

This week's spelling words:

upset, but, them, block, man

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – Future Flowers- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: come, is, but, bulbs, fall, plan, spring, winter, plant

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Spring

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 20-24, 2017
Due Date: 2/24/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of February 20-24, 2017

 

  • Feb. 20th - President's Day - no school
  • Feb. 22nd - last day to order t-shirts (St. Jude fundraiser)
  • Feb. 23rd - Special Olympics Basketball event
  • Feb. 24th - Lunch on the Lawn (no lunch visitors)
  • March 1st - Spring Pictures
  • March 2nd - last day for $12 and permission slip for 2nd grade trip
  • March 3rd - last day for $17.25 and permission slip for 3rd grade trip
  • March 6th - Second grade field trip to The Pink Palace
  • March 13-17 - Spring Break

 

 

 This week's sight words:

all, game, had, squirrel, look

 

This week's spelling words:

glad, cost, milk, sock, street

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – Where Animals Live- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: these, this, some, bat, bear, bird, burrow, cave, deer, fox, frog, house, monkey, ocean, octopus, people, pond, prairie dog, tree, turtle, woodchuck, woods

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Presidents of the U.S.

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 2/17/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of February 13-17, 2017

 

  • Feb. 14th - Valentine's Day cards and special snacks may be brought to school.
  • Feb. 17th - Students will make up school from snow day in January
  • Feb. 20th - President's Day - no school
  • Feb. 23rd - Special Olympics Basketball event
  • Feb. 24th - Lunch on the Lawn (no lunch visitors)
  • March 1st - Spring Pictures

 

 

 This week's sight words:

out, was, picture, by, magazine

 

This week's spelling words:

think, are, from, sat, dog

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – What?- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: for, have, is, said, what, breakfast, curious, dinner, fish, lunch, pizza, please, snack

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Black History

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 6-10, 2017
Due Date: 2/10/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of February 6-10, 2017

 

  • Feb. 17th - Students will make up school from snow day in January
  • Feb. 20th - President's Day - no school
  • Feb. 23rd - Special Olympics Basketball event
  • Feb. 24th - Lunch on the Lawn (no lunch visitors)
  • March 1st - Spring Pictures

 

 

 This week's sight words:

this, animal, come, him, knife

 

This week's spelling words:

that, this, back, sing, bring

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

-Identify a topic to learn and write about

-Sort information by categories.

-Write about a personal experience.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Weekly Story – Valentines All Around- Vocabulary/high-frequency words: for, is, this, dad, pappy, granny, mom, one, you, purpose

 

 This week in Math:

-Add double-digit numbers (with touchpoints).

 -Identify and differentiate simple fractions.

-Identify ones, tens, and hundreds place

-Read, understand, and answer questions about a simple picture or bar graph.

-Complete a simple picture or bar graph.-Identify items by how they are the same or different.

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

Love/Valentine's Day

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 23-27, 2017
Due Date: 1/27/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of January 23-27, 2017

 

  • Jan. 24th - class pictures
  • Jan. 27th - Hat Day - $1
  • Jan. 31st - PTA meeting at 6:00
  • Jan. 31st - FINAL DAY to purchase a yearbook

 

 

 This week's sight words:

milk, rabbit, her, jump, where

 

This week's spelling words:

hi, am, get, him, best

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

 

-Locate/Identify text features – (headings and key words)

 

-Identify two related points author makes in informational texts.

 

-Write an opinion about a topic.

 

-Weekly Story – Senses - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: I, my, use, see, hear, senses, smell, taste, touch, ears, eyes, fingers, nose, tongue

 

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Add and subtract mixed problems within 20 with and without touchpoints.

 

-Identify and differentiate simple fractions

 

-Identify coins and value

 

-Differentiate between analog and digital time

 

-Identify minute and hour hand on clock.

 

-Understand number placement on clock.

 

-Tell time to the hour.

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

The 5 Senses

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 16-20, 2017
Due Date: 1/20/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of January 16-20, 2017

  • Jan. 24th - class pictures
  • Jan. 27th - Hat Day - $1
  • Jan. 31st - PTA meeting at 6:00
  • Jan. 31st - FINAL DAY to purchase a yearbook

 

 

 This week's sight words:

take, good, what, for, zoo

 

This week's spelling words:

flag, stand, of, to, go

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

 

-Locate/Identify text features – (headings and key words)

 

-Identify two related points author makes in informational texts.

 

-Write an opinion about a topic.

 

-Weekly Story – Many Kinds of Dinosaurs - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: had, kinds, were, dinosaur, head, kind, leg, live, teeth

 

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Add and subtract mixed problems within 20 with and without touchpoints.

 

-Identify and differentiate simple fractions

 

-Identify coins and value

 

-Differentiate between analog and digital time

 

-Identify minute and hour hand on clock.

 

-Understand number placement on clock.

 

-Tell time to the hour.

 

 

 

Weekly/Monthly Theme:

distinguishing fact and opinion

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 9-13, 2017
Due Date: 1/13/2017
Subject: Special Services

Week of January 9-13, 2017

 

 

  • Jan. 16th - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - no school
  • Jan. 24th - class pictures
  • Jan. 27th - Hat Day - $1
  • Jan. 31st - PTA meeting at 6:00
  • Jan. 31st - FINAL DAY to purchase a yearbook

 

 

 This week's sight words:

man, have, elephant, slow, scissors

 

This week's spelling words:

cat, drop, lost, ants, snip

 

This week in ELA:

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

 

-Locate/Identify text features – (headings and key words)

 

-Identify two related points author makes in informational texts.

 

-Write an opinion about a topic.

 

-Weekly Story – You Like What? - Vocabulary/high-frequency words: mealworms, crickets, spiders, squid, surprising, water bugs, like, this, you, fact, opinion

 

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Add and subtract mixed problems within 20 with and without touchpoints.

 

-Identify and differentiate simple fractions

 

-Identify coins and value

 

-Differentiate between analog and digital time

 

-Identify minute and hour hand on clock.

 

-Understand number placement on clock.

 

-Tell time to the hour.

 

 

Weekly Theme:

distinguishing fact and opinion

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 3-6, 2017
Due Date: 1/6/2017
Subject: Special Services

 

Week of January 3-6, 2017

Happy New Year!

 

  • Jan. 16th - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - no school
  • Jan. 24th - class pictures
  • Feb. 20th - President's Day - no school

 

 This week's sight words:

at, they, cup, fast, will

 

This week's spelling words:

can, the, said, ask, big

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea or topic of a text.

 

-Determine words/phrases that complete literal sentences in text.

 

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

 

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Teeth Brushing Fun) are: my, the, bottom, back, brush, front, minutes, teeth, top, twice, toothpaste

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Identify and differentiate simple fractions

 

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

-Identify length with standard and non-standard units.

 

-Identify coins and value

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Winter and New Year

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Christmas Break
Due Date: 1/2/2017
Subject: Special Services

 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 

Students return to school January 3, 2017.



Week of December 12-16, 2016
Due Date: 12/16/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Week of December 12-16, 2016

 

 

  • Christmas Party - December 16th (12:30-1:30)
  • Christmas Break - December 19-January 2

 

 This week's sight words:

book, happy, can, paper, drinks

 

This week's spelling words:

has, he, hand, his, got

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Determine words/phrases that complete literal sentences in text.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (The Mitten) are:  after, he, into, she, too, was, with, ant, bear, blue jay, cold, fox, rabbit, warm

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens

-Identify basic coins

-Identify and differentiate simple fractions

-Add and Subtract mixed single-digit numbers with touchpoints

-Identify length with standard and non-standard units.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Christmas and Winter

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of December 5-9, 2016
Due Date: 12/9/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Week of December 5-9, 2016

 

 

  • Christmas Party - December 16th (12:30-1:30)
  • If you plan to attend the party, please let me know names and how many of your family that will be attending.
  • Christmas Break - December 19-January 2

 

 This week's sight words:

grass, sit, ice cream, there, we

 

This week's spelling words:

hot, ran, be, fast, if

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Determine words/phrases that complete literal sentences in text.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Snow Falls) are:  from, in, on, clouds, desert, falls, forest, mountains, plains

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens

-Identify and differentiate between whole/half

-Identify simple fractions

-Add and Subtract mixed single-digit numbers with touchpoints

-Identify length with standard and non-standard units.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Christmas and Winter

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 28 - December 2, 2016
Due Date: 12/2/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of November 28 - December 2, 2016

 

  • Cookies with Santa - December 1st
  • Christmas Party - December 16th
  • Christmas Break - December 19-January 2

 

 This week's sight words:

bird, not, chair, or, telephone

 

This week's spelling words:

and, did, last, stop, land

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Associate details with events in stories from diverse cultures.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Who Stole the North Pole?) are: have, it, not, candy cane, North Pole, polar bear, reindeer, Santa, taken

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens

-Identify and differentiate between whole/half

-Identify simple fractions

-Add and Subtract mixed single-digit numbers with touchpoints

-Identify tools for measurement

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Christmas

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Thanksgiving Week
Due Date: 11/25/2016
Subject: Special Services

Happy Thanksgiving Break! 

Enjoy this time with your friends and family. Please remember all the many blessings you have to be grateful for!



Week of November 14-18, 2016
Due Date: 11/18/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of November 7-11, 2016

 

  • Yearbooks on sale through Nov. 14th
  • Pajama Day - Nov. 18th - bring $1
  • Thanksgiving Break - November 21st-25th
  • Cookies with Santa - December 1st

 

 This week's sight words:

bread, cat, school, play, teacher

 

This week's spelling words:

as, is, so, its, sit

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Associate details with events in stories from diverse cultures.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (On Thanksgiving) are: play, we, clean, cook, drive, football, visit, Thanksgiving

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens

-Review shapes

-Identify between whole/half

-Identify simple fractions

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints

-Identify tools for measurement

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Thanksgiving

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 7-11, 2016
Due Date: 11/11/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of November 7-11, 2016

 

 

  • Staff Development - Nov. 8th - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
  • MAP-A Field Testing - Nov. 9th-Nov. 18th
  • ANNIE field trip and Lunch on the Lawn - Nov. 11th
  • Yearbooks on sale through Nov. 14th
  • Pajama Day - Nov. 18th - bring $1
  • Thanksgiving Break - November 21st-25th

 

 This week's sight words:

sky, on, table, funny, up

 

This week's spelling words:

nap, tan, zip, lap, pit

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Associate details with events in stories from diverse cultures.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Buddy the Bear) are: different, lost, fall apart, old, teddy bear, loved

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

-Review shapes

-Identify between whole/half

-Identify simple fractions

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Fairy Tales, Fables, and Folktales

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of Oct. 31-Nov. 4
Due Date: 11/4/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 31- November 4, 2016

 

  • Book Character Parade on October 31st
  • Staff Development - Nov. 8th - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
  • ANNIE field trip - Nov. 11th
  • Yearbooks on sale through Nov. 14th

 

 This week's sight words:

you, to, ride, dog, under

 

This week's spelling words:

in, it, I, pin, tip

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify common elements in 2 texts/stories.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

-Associate details with events in stories from diverse cultures.

-Order events in a story (beginning, middle, end)

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Stone Soup) are: and, had, some, they, brought, feast, hungry, idea, soup, stone

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Review shapes

 

-Identify between whole/half

 

-Identify simple fractions

 

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Fairy Tales, Fables, and Folktales

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 24-28, 2016
Due Date: 10/28/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 24-28, 2016

 

  • Botanic Garden trip is October 25th
  • PTA meeting @ 6:00 on October 25th
  • Book Character Parade on October 31st
  • Staff Development - Nov. 8th - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
  • ANNIE field trip - Nov. 11th
  • Yearbooks on sale through Nov. 14th

 

 This week's sight words:

tree, long, flower, he, said

 

This week's spelling words:

an, a, at, tap, lot

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

 

-Identify the feelings of characters in the story.

 

-Identify personal point of view.

 

-Demonstrate understanding while actively engaged in shared reading.

 

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Nothing Scares Me!) are: a, my, not, broccoli, ghost, gorilla, pirate, scared, vampire

 

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Identify numbers 0-100

 

-Count and order numbers to 50.

 

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

-Count backwards from 20.

 

-Identify the ones, tens, and hundreds place.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topic is Halloween fun!

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 17-21, 2016
Due Date: 10/21/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 17-21, 2016

 

  • Wear orange on Wednesday for Bully Prevention Month
  • Wear pink on Thursday for Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Botanic Garden trip is October 25th
  • PTA meeting @ 6:00 on October 25th
  • Book Character Parade on October 31st

 

 This week's sight words:

boat, candy, has, mother, eat

 

This week's spelling words:

on, no, not, top, pop

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

 

-Identify the feelings of characters in the story.

 

-Identify personal point of view.

 

-Demonstrate understanding while actively engaged in shared reading.

 

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Halloween Costumes) are: like, clown, costume, dragon, look, pirate, superhero

 

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Identify numbers 0-100

 

-Count and order numbers to 50.

 

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

-Count backwards from 20.

 

-Identify the ones, tens, and hundreds place.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topic is ANIMALS (reptiles, mammals, fish, birds, amphibians)

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 10-14
Due Date: 10/14/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of October 10-14, 2016

 

  • NO SCHOOL - Columbus Day - October 10th
  • Botanic Garden trip is October 25th

 

 This week's sight words:

cow, find, egg, water, go

 

This week's spelling words:

jab, clap, trap, snap, and

 

This week in ELA:

 

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

 

-Identify the feelings of characters in the story.

 

-Identify personal point of view.

 

-Demonstrate understanding while actively engaged in shared reading.

 

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (More Baby Animals) are: do, is, which, called, donkey, gorilla, know, koala, owl

 

 

 This week in Math:

 

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Identify numbers 0-100

 

-Count and order numbers to 50.

 

-Subtract single-digit numbers with touchpoints.

 

-Count backwards from 20.

 

-Identify the ones, tens, and hundreds place.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topic is ANIMALS (reptiles, mammals, fish, birds, amphibians)

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 3-7, 2016
Due Date: 10/7/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Week of October 3-7, 2016

 

  • Pumpkin Fundraiser is this week!
  • Botanic Garden field trip money due October 4th.
  • Botanic Garden trip is October 25th

 

 This week's sight words:

big, spoon, my, pencil, banana

 

This week's spelling words:

nab, cat, rat, mat, crab

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify details and the main idea of a story.

 

-Identify the feelings of characters in the story.

 

-Identify personal point of view.

 

-Demonstrate understanding while actively engaged in shared reading.

 

-Vocabulary/high-frequency words for our class story this week (Feelings) are: of, I, very, angry, feelings, happy, scared, sometimes

 

 

 This week in Math:

-Count by ones, fives, and tens.

 

-Identify numbers 0-100

 

-Count and order numbers to 50.

 

-Add single-digit numbers without touchpoints.

 

-Count backwards from 20.

 

-Identify the ones, tens, and hundreds place.

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topic is FEELINGS/EMOTIONS

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 26-30, 2016
Due Date: 9/30/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 26-30, 2016

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Please remember no snacks or lunch items containing peanut butter or nuts.
  • Special Olympics - Sept. 30th

 

 This week's sight words:

the, girl, little, in, box

 

This week's spelling words:

cap, lap, map, hat, bat

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

-Connect prior knowledge to text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify parts of illustrations that depict particular settings or events.

-Identify details and the main idea of informational texts.

-Class Story this week will be How Many Wheels?. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are: have, many, some, four, move, wheels, one, two, three

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify and complete patterns.

-Match groups/arrays to the answers of repeated addition.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Count and order numbers to 50.

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topics are weather and FALL!

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 19-23, 2016
Due Date: 9/23/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 19-23, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Please remember no snacks or lunch items containing peanut butter or nuts.
  • Fall Pictures - Sept. 20th
  • Special Olympics - Sept. 30th

 

 This week's sight words:

the, girl, little, in, box

 

This week's spelling words:

cap, lap, map, hat, bat

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

-Connect prior knowledge to text.

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify parts of illustrations that depict particular settings or events.

-Identify details and the main idea of informational texts.

-Class Story this week will be What Season Is It?. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are: does, in, when, change, fall, grow, spring, summer, winter

 

 This week in Math:

-Identify and complete patterns.

-Match groups/arrays to the answers of repeated addition.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Count and order numbers to 50.

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Our topics are weather and FALL!

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 12-16, 2016
Due Date: 9/16/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 12-16, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Please remember no snacks or lunch items containing peanut butter or nuts.
  • Fall Pictures - Sept. 20th

 

 This week's sight words:

and, fish, boy, I, airplane

 

This week's spelling words:

dog, stop, pop hop, the

 

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify parts of a book (title page, title, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrator, illustrations/photographs, and author).

 

-Connect prior knowledge to text.

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify parts of illustrations that depict particular settings or events.

 

-Identify details and the main idea of informational texts.

 

-Class Story this week will be Rain in the Country. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are: I, see, the, clouds, lightning, mud, puddle, rainbow, sun

 

-Class Story this week will be Rain in the Country. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are:

I, see, the, clouds, lightning, mud, puddle, rainbow, sun

 

This week in Math:

 

-Identify and complete patterns.

-Match groups/arrays to the answers of repeated addition.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Count and order numbers to 50.

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

We will be discussing and learning about different types of weather.

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics this week.

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 5-9, 2016
Due Date: 9/9/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of September 5-9, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Please remember no snacks or lunch items containing peanut butter or nuts.
  • HHES Fall Fundraiser due September 6th.
  • Fall Pictures - Sept. 20th

 

 This week's sight words:

horse, a, car, see, ball

This week's spelling words:

hot, pot, got, log, frog

 

 

This week in ELA:

-Identify parts of illustrations that depict particular settings or events.

 

-Identify details of informational texts.

 

-Identify parts of a book (title page, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrations/photographs, author, illustrator, and title).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Class Story this week will be Yours or Mine. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are:

my, this, your, bed, food, room, tail

 

 

 

This week in Math:

 

-Identify and complete patterns.

-Match groups/arrays to the answers of repeated addition.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Count and order numbers to 50.

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

We will be discussing and learning about different types of weather.

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics this week.

 

WISH LIST: LANYARDS, STICKERS, SENSORY TOY ITEMS/FIDGETS

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 29-September 2, 2016
Due Date: 9/2/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 29 - September 2, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Please remember no snacks or lunch items containing peanut butter or nuts.
  • HHES Fall Fundraiser has begun!

 

 This week's sight words:

blue, black, one, five, nine, school

 

 

This week in ELA:

-Blend CVC words.

 

-Identify short and long vowel sounds.

 

-Identify parts of a book (title page, front and back cover, page numbers, illustrations/photographs, author, illustrator, and title).

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Class Story this week will be Animal Ears. Our vocabulary/high-frequency words that go along with this story are:

big, ear, long, pointed, round, small, spotted, striped, does, has, have and this.

 

 

 

This week in Math:

 

-Identify and draw lines of symmetry.

-Discriminate between equal and unequal parts.

-Identify numbers 0-50.

-Count and order numbers to 50.

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Plants - Parts of a plant; what do plants need to survive?

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics in the next couple of weeks.

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 22-26, 2016
Due Date: 8/26/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 22-26, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • HHES Fall Fundraiser has begun!

 

 This week's sight words:

yellow, pink, zero, four, eight, twelve

 

 

ELA Skills:

 

 

-Blend CVC words.

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify number and color words.

 

-Trace and write letters correctly (capital/lowercase, tall, short, or hang down letters)

 

 

Math Skills:

 

-Identify and draw lines of symmetry.

-Differentiate between equal and unequal parts.

 

-Identify numbers 0-30.

 

-Count and order numbers to 30.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9.

 

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Plants - Parts of a plant; what do plants need to survive?

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics in the next couple of weeks.

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 15-19, 2016
Due Date: 8/19/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 15-19, 2016

 

 

  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.
  • Policy and Procedures night Tuesday at 6:00. PTA meeting at 7:00.

 

 This week's sight words:

green, purple, gray, three, seven, eleven

 

 

ELA Skills:

-Identify letters of the alphabet and their sounds.

 

-Blend CVC words.

 

-Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

 

-Identify number and color words.

 

-Trace and write first and last name, letters, and numbers.

 

Math Skills:

-Identify and draw lines of symmetry.

 

-Identify numbers 0-20.

 

-Count and order numbers to 20.

 

-Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-9.

 

-Add single-digit numbers using touchpoints.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Seasons - Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics in the next couple of weeks.

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of Aug 8-22, 2016
Due Date: 8/12/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 8-12, 2016

 

  • Breakfast and Activity classes start this week.
  • Please remember that tennis shoes must be worn for students to participate in PE.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.

 

 This week's sight words:

red, orange, brown, two, six, ten

 

ELA Skills:

Recognize upper and lower case letters of the alphabet

Identify initial and ending sounds of CVC words

Answer who, what, where, when, and why questions.

Identify color and number words.

 

Math Skills:

Identify basic shapes and colors.

Identify numbers to 10.

Count and order numbers to 10.

Count and mark touchpoints for numbers 1-5.

 

Science/Social Studies/Art:

Seasons - Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring

 

 I will be sending home information regarding Special Olympics in the next couple of weeks.

 

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Supplies Needed for 2016-17 School Year
Due Date: 8/6/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

 




Week of Aug 8-22, 2016
Due Date: 8/5/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 8-12, 2016

  • Breakfast will be served starting Monday.
  • Activity classes begin Monday.
  • Please make sure your child wears tennis shoes on his/her PE day.
  • No checkouts after 2:00.


Week of August 8-12, 2016
Due Date: 8/2/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of August 8-12, 2016



Week of August 8 to 12, 2016
Due Date: 8/2/2016
Subject: Special Services

LOGS



Week of May 16-20, 2016
Due Date: 5/16/2016
Subject: Special Services

Week of May 16-20, 2016

 

Wednesday - May 18th - Last day for Activity Classes

Thursday - May 19th - 60% Day - 11:10 Dismissal

Friday - May 20th - 60% Day - 11:10 Dismissal

(Awards 9:30, Color Run 10:00-10:40)

 

FYI- If your child does not receive their report card because they are not here Friday, it will be mailed.



Week of May 9-13, 2016
Due Date: 5/13/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

May 9-13, 2016

 

  

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

 -Blend and segment CVC words

 -Identify beginning, medial, and final sounds of words.

 -Master sight words

 -Review yearly skills

 

 

Our story this week will be “Night Animals"

 

High Frequency words – at, is, this

 

Content Words – active, catch, hunt, nectar, senses, special

 

 

Spelling Words

joke, smoke, wrote, home, nose,

cute, mule, June, rule, flute

 

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

 -Count by 5s and 10s.

 -Identify numbers 0-100.

 -Identify same/different

 -Identify place value

 -Review yearly skills

 

 

                            NO MORE READING LOGS!

Your child will still have a weekly book to read here at school.  However, you will not have a specific one to read with your child nightly at home.  I do beg of you to PLEASE READ WITH YOUR CHILD NIGHTLY AT HOME. Encourage him/her to read several nights a week.  Reading 15-20 minutes a day can greatly improve your child's knowledge and reading ability!

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of May 2-6, 2016
Due Date: 5/6/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

May 2-6, 2016

 

  

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

 

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

 

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

 

-Blend and segment CVC words

 

-Identify beginning, medial, and final sounds of words.

 

-Master sight words

 

-Review yearly skills

 

 

Our story this week will be “Firefighters"

 

High Frequency words – and, from, in, many

 

Content Words – fire, firefighters, smoke, ladder, safety, tools

 

 

Spelling Words

race, make, ate, wave, these,

bike, dime, like, slide, eve

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Identify same/different

-Identify place value

-Review yearly skills

 

 

                            NO MORE READING LOGS!

Your child will still have a weekly book to read here at school.  However, you will not have a specific one to read with your child nightly at home.  I do beg of you to PLEASE READ WITH YOUR CHILD NIGHTLY AT HOME. Encourage him/her to read several nights a week.  Reading 15-20 minutes a day can greatly improve your child's knowledge and reading ability!

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 25-29, 2016
Due Date: 4/29/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

April 25-29, 2016

 

  

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

--Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Blend and segment CVC words

-Identify prefixes/suffixes

-Identify beginning, medial, and final sounds of words.

-Review ELA skills from past three 9-weeks.

-Master sight words

 

 

Our story this week will be “Community Workers"

 

High Frequency words – is, this, who

 

Content Words – community, deliver, firefighter, healthy, thermometer, workers

 

 

Spelling Words

hard, dark, verb, were, bird,

first, horse, short, church, turn

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Identify same/different

-Identify place value

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 11-15, 2016
Due Date: 4/15/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

April 11-15, 2016

 

  

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Classifying information

-Identifying author’s purpose

-Blend and segment CVC words

-Identify prefixes/suffixes

-Read nonsense words using phonics knowledge

-Identify beginning, medial, and final sounds of words.

 

Our story this week will be “Color Wheel Colors"

 

High Frequency words – blue, red, yellow

 

Content Words – shades, tints, primary, secondary, color wheel, complementary

 

 

Spelling Words

whisk, ask, mask, desk, dusk,

gasp, grasp, wasp, clasp, crispy

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Solve one-step addition and subtraction problems.

-Identify same/different

-Review math skills from previous three 9-weeks

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of April 4-8, 2016
Due Date: 4/8/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

April 4-8, 2016

 Reminder - SPRING PICTURES - Monday, February 4th!

  

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify complete sentences.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Classify information

-Blend phonemes

Our story this week will be “Changing Seasons"

 

High Frequency words – have, then, where

 

Content Words – cycle, fall, season, spring, summer, winter

 

Spelling Words

camp, damp, ramp, lamp, stamp,

stomp, limp, bump, jump, pump

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify FIVES, TENS, and HUNDREDS place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Compare numbers using greater than, less than, or equal to.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of March 21-25, 2016
Due Date: 3/24/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

March 21-25, 2016

 Reminder - Good Friday Holiday - March 25th - NO SCHOOL

  

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify complete sentences.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Place words in alphabetical order.

-Determine author’s purpose.

Our story this week will be “At the Airport"

 

High Frequency words – at, the, their

 

Content Words – airline, airport, check in, planes, searched, travelers

 

Spelling Words

blank, thank, stink, think, chunk,

pants, spent, went, hint, hunt

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify FIVES, TENS, and HUNDREDS place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Compare numbers using greater than, less than, or equal to.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of March 7-11, 2016
Due Date: 3/11/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

March 7-11, 2016

 Reminder - Spring Break will be March 14-18 - NO SCHOOL

  

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Compare and contrast

-Ask/answer questions to understand text

-Recognize and use adjectives

-Recognize and use antonyms

 

Our story this week will be “Are You From India?"

 

High Frequency words – from, my

 

Content Words – coat, famous, India, shaggy, snout, spot

 

Spelling Words

and, land, end, bend, wind,

rang, bring, thing, song, hung

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers WITHOUT touchpoints.

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify FIVES, TENS, and HUNDREDS place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Compare numbers using greater than, less than, or equal to.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 29-March 4, 2016
Due Date: 3/4/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

February 29 - March 4, 2016

 

  

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic and details of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts.

-Blend phonemes

-Identify short/long vowel sounds

 

 

 

Our story this week will be “Police Officers"

 

High Frequency words – have, here, they, with

 

Content Words – crimes, laws, people, police, safe, traffic, direct, problems, travel

 

Spelling Words

gulp, pulp, belt, felt, melt, wilt, tilt, quilt, welt, pelt

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Subtract double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Complete number charts to 100.

-Compare objects to determine which has more mass (heavier/lighter).

-Compare containers to determine which can hold more volume.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 22-26, 2016
Due Date: 2/26/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

February 22-26, 2016

Reminder:

Hat Day is Friday. Bring $1 to participate.

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

Our story this week will be “Shoes Women Wear/Shoes Men Wear"

 

High Frequency words – are, in, them

 

Content Words – cleats, flip-flops, hiking boots, slippers, sneakers, work boots

 

 

 

Spelling Words

hulk, sulk, scalp, help, yelp, elk, milk, silk, yolk, bulk

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Subtract double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Complete number charts to 100.

-Compare objects to determine which has more mass (heavier/lighter).

-Compare containers to determine which can hold more volume.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Weekly Update February 15-19, 2016
Due Date: 2/19/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

February 15-19, 2016

Reminder: NO SCHOOL Monday, February 15th in observance of Presidents' Day.

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Sequence events.

-Recognize and use quotation marks.

-Recognize and identify syllables.

-Identify short/long vowel sounds in words.

Our story this week will be “Tiny Tugboat"

 

High Frequency words – are, other, out

 

Content Words – boats, pulls, ships, stuck, submarine, tugboat

 

 

 

Spelling Words

self, elf, shelf, golf, gulf,

told, hold, fold, wild, mild

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Subtract double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Measure the length of objects using non-standard tools.

-Measure the length of objects using standard tools, such as rulers, yardsticks, and meter sticks.

-Compare the length of objects. 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 8-12, 2016
Due Date: 2/12/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

February 8-12, 2016

Reminder: You may send happies/goodies for Valentine's Day by February 12th.

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Identify main topic of material provided.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Distinguish between reality and fantasy.

-Recognize and use synonyms.

-Recognize and identify syllables.

 

Our story this week will be “Too Much Work!”

High Frequency words – he, his, makes

Content Words – body, eyes, fluffs, ready, stripes, tiger

 

 

Spelling Words

fuzz, fizz, buzz, jazz, huff,

 

puff, cuff, buff, off, muff

 

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Measure the length of objects using non-standard tools.

-Measure the length of objects using standard tools, such as rulers, yardsticks, and meter sticks.

-Compare the length of objects.

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of February 1-5, 2016
Due Date: 2/5/2016
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

February 1-5, 2016

Reminder: You may send happies/goodies for Valentine's Day by February 12th.

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun “I”, months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common & proper, singular & plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Connect prior knowledge to better understand text.

-Analyze characters in a story.

-Describe information provided by illustrations.

-Recognize and identify syllables.

 

 Our story this week will be “Try, Try Again"

High Frequency words – but, little, make

 

Content Words – failed, monkey bars, muscles, stronger, studies, tried

 

 

Spelling Words

smell, small, hill, fall, wall,

boss, miss, fuss, gloss, cross

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Differentiate fractional parts from a whole.

-Identify the shaded part of a fractioned shape.

-Write fractions with numerator and denominator.

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 25-29, 2016
Due Date: 1/29/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

January 25-29, 2016

Reminder: Pajama Day, Jan. 29th!

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, the pronoun "I", months of the year, and days of the week.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story in sequential order.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Make, revise, and confirm predictions to understand text.

 

 Our story this week will be “The Vet"

High Frequency words – can, had, help, with

 

Content Words – broken, crack, fever, hoof, paw, shell

 

Spelling Words

pack, snack, kick, sick, block,

clock, rock, sock, duck, luck

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count by 5s and 10s and identify ones/tens place.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Differentiate fractional parts from a whole.

-Identify the shaded part of a fractioned shape.

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 11-15, 2016
Due Date: 1/16/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

January 11-15, 2016

Reminder: No school Monday, Jan. 18th!

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, and the pronoun I.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Make, revise, and confirm predictions to understand text.

 

 Our story this week will be “What's in the box?”

High Frequency words – big, brown, goes

 

Content Words – box, smashed, knocks, stamped, torn, tossed

 

Spelling Words

each, teach, inch, which, much,

dish, fish, blush, brush, crash

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

 

-Count by 5s and 10s

 

-Tell time to the hour and half hour.

 

-Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of January 4-8, 2016
Due Date: 1/8/2016
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

January 4-8, 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, article adjectives, PREPOSITIONS, & OBJECTS OF A PRESPOSITION.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, and the pronoun I.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Make, revise, and confirm predictions to understand text.

 

 Our story this week will be “What's for Dinner?”

High Frequency words – eat, just, like

 

Content Words – bending, delicious, gifraffe, hanging, otter, tongue

 

Spelling Words

that, them, they, this, think,

why, what, when, white, which 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

 

-Count by 5s and 10s

 

-Tell time to the hour and half hour.

 

-Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of December 14-18, 2015
Due Date: 12/19/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

December 14-18, 2015

*ATTENTION- due to Christmas activities, all tests and reading log assessments will take place on THURSDAY!

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, and the pronoun I.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Make, revise, and confirm predictions to understand text.

 

Our story this week will be “Shapes in Tide Pools”

High Frequency words – has, like, this

 

Content Words – mussel, oval, pools, shaped, shores, tide

 

 

Spelling Words

 

check, shut, chick, shoe, chin

 

shop, chip, ship, chair, shed

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify the minute and hour hand.

-Tell time to the hour and half hour.

-Identify the hour hand and minute hand.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of December 21-Jan 1
Due Date: 12/19/2015
Subject: Special Services

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

 

Students will return January 4, 2016.



Week of December 7-11, 2015
Due Date: 12/11/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

December 7-11, 2015

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, and the pronoun I.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Identify characters and setting.

 

Our story this week will be “What's in That Pouch?”

 

High Frequency words – in, that

 

Content Words – baby, bilbies, koala, kangaroo, pouch, wallaby

 

 

Spelling Words

 

snack, snake, spell, spin, stay, stop, stand, sweet, swim, swing

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Count by 5s and 10s.

-Identify the minute and hour hand.

-Tell time to the hour and half hour.

-Identify the hour hand and minute hand.

 

 

                            READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 30 - December 4, 2015
Due Date: 11/30/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

November 30 - December 4, 2015

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Determine whether sentences are statements or questions.

-Capitalize the first word of a sentence, people’s names, and the pronoun I.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Make predictions about a story.

-Identify characters and setting.

 

 

 

Our story this week will be “When I Grow Up”

 

High Frequency words – said, when, you

 

Content Words – alone, late, movies, myself, shopping, stay

 

 

Spelling Words

 

screen, scrub, school, skin, skip, slow, sleep, smart, smell, small

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Understand information on a picture or bar graph.

-Identify the minute and hour hand.

-Tell time to the hour and half hour.

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the sight word list. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 16-20, 2015
Due Date: 11/20/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

November 16-20, 2015

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Edit sentences based upon sentence rules.

-Identify common and proper nouns.

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify main idea and details

- Retell events from a story.

-Sequence events from a story.

 

 

 

Our story this week will be “What?”

 

High Frequency words – for, have, is, said, what 

 

Content Words – breakfast, dinner, fish, lunch, pizza, snack, curious, please

 

 

 

 

Spelling Words

 

truck, track, trick, grab, gray, green, pray, print, threw, three 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Count backwards from 20

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Identify coins and their amount.

-Count a group of coins to find the total worth.

-Determine the amount of a group of coins.

-Understand information on a picture or bar graph.

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Please use the sight word list on the back as a guide as to which words you should be working on with your child.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 9-13, 2015
Due Date: 11/13/2015
Subject: Special Services

 

Yearbooks are currently on sale. The sale will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

November 9-13, 2015

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

 

-Edit sentences based upon sentence rules.

 

-Identify common and proper nouns.

 

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

 

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

 

-Identify main idea and details

 

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

 

-Make inferences, draw conclusions

Our story this week will be “Where Animals Live”(nonfiction/informational)

High Frequency words – these, this, some

Content Words – bat, bear, bird, burrow, cave, deer, fox, frog, house, monkey, ocean, octopus, people, pond, prairie dog, tree, turtle, whale, woodchuck, woods

 

 

Spelling Words (br-, cr-, dr-, fr-)

brag, brown, brush, cry, crib, crash, drip, drum, from, frog

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Count backwards from 20

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Identify coins and their amount.

-Determine the amount of a group of coins.

-Understand information on a picture or bar graph.

 

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of November 2-6, 2015
Due Date: 11/6/2015
Subject: Special Services

Yearbooks are currently on sale. The sale will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

November 9-13, 2015

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

 

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

 

 

 

-Edit sentences based upon sentence rules.

 

 

 

-Identify common and proper nouns.

 

 

 

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

 

 

 

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

 

 

 

-Identify main idea and details

 

 

 

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

 

 

 

-Make inferences, draw conclusions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spelling Words (review words)

 tell, man, net, big, on, not, us, bus, flat, black

 

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

 

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

 

-Count backwards from 20

 

-Add and Subtract single-digit numbers with and without touchpoints

 

-Identify coins and their amount.

 

-Determine the amount of a group of coins.

 

-Understand information on a picture or bar graph.

 

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 26-30, 2015
Due Date: 10/27/2015
Subject: Special Services

Tingle’s Weekly Update

October 26-30, 2015

 

             

   
   

This Week’s Skills in ELA

   

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

   

-Edit sentences based upon  sentence rules.

   

-Identify common and proper nouns.

   

-Identify singular and plural nouns.

   

-Answer who, what, where, when, why,  and how questions about texts

   

-Identify main idea and details

   

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

   

-Make inferences, draw conclusions

   

 

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

This Week’s Skills in MATH

   

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

   

-Count backwards from 20

   

-Subtract single-digit numbers using touchpoints

   

-Identify coins and their amount.

   

-Determine the amount of a group of coins.

   

-Understand information on a picture or bar graph.

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

Notes:

   

·             The yearbook sale will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

   

·             2nd grade field trip to the Orpheum is Wednesday,  Oct. 28th.

   

·             3rd grade field trip to the Memphis Zoo has been changed to Nov. 2nd.

   

·             Book Character Parade will be Friday, October 30th.    

   

 

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

If you ever need to reach me,  please send a note in your child’s folder,   email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117  (ext. 1315).

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

All tests/assessments will be given on  Fridays (unless a holiday falls on Friday). If you know ahead of time that your child will miss school on a Friday, please let us know. Thanks!

   
   

         

   
   

Our story this week will be “Where Plants Grow”(nonfiction)

   

High  Frequency words – can, in, some

   

Vocabulary – air, rocks, sand, soil, sunlight, water

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

Spelling  Words (blends – gl, pl, sl)

   

glad, glow, glum, plus, play, plan, plug, slam, sled, slip

   

 

   

 

   
   

         

   
   

READING LOGS

   

PLEASE  RETURN ON FRIDAYS!!!

   

-Be sure to help your child read the book and review flashcards at least three nights a week.

   

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

   

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

   

 

   
   

 

 



Week of October 19-23, 2015
Due Date: 10/19/2015
Subject: Special Services

Yearbooks are currently on sale. The sale will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

October 19-23, 2015

 

Spirit Week

Mon - socks and shades day

Tues - tacky day

Wed - collegiate day

Thurs - western day

Fri - Spirit Day (black and gold)

 

 This Week’s Skills in ELA

 -Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

 

-Edit sentences based

 

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

 

-Determine if a sentence should end with a period or question mark.

 

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

 

-Identify short vowel sounds in words

 

-Identify main idea and details

 

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

 

-Make inferences, draw conclusions

 

 

 Our story this week will be "Why Can't I?" (realistic fiction)

 

High Frequency words – because, said, why

 

Vocabulary – dance, climb, jump, paint, slide, wash

 

 

-Spelling Words: black, block, blue, clap, club, clock, flag, flap, flop, flat

 

(words with the short u sound)

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Count backwards from 20

-Subtract single-digit numbers using touchpoints

-Identify coins and their amount

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 12-16, 2015
Due Date: 10/16/2015
Subject: Special Services

 

Yearbooks are currently on sale. The sale will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

October 12-16, 2015

 

Columbus Day - No School on October 12th!

 This Week’s Skills in ELA

 -Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Edit sentences based

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

-Determine if a sentence should end with a period or question mark.

-Answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identify short vowel sounds in words

-Identify main idea and details

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

-Make inferences, draw conclusions

 

 Our story this week will be "Why Can't I?" (realistic fiction)

 

High Frequency words – because, said, why

 

Vocabulary – dance, climb, jump, paint, slide, wash

 

 

-Spelling Words: cup, cut, up, us, bus, bug, rug, mud, fun, bun

 

(words with the short u sound)

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Count backwards from 20

-Subtract single-digit numbers using touchpoints

-Identify coins and their amount

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of October 5-9, 2015
Due Date: 10/9/2015
Subject: Special Services

Yearbooks will go on sale Monday, September 28th and will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

October 5-9, 2015

 

 This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, & article adjectives.

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

-Recognize words from our Chapter 4 word list.

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identifying short vowel sounds in words

-Identifying main idea and details

- Make, check, & confirm predictions

 

 Our story this week will be "Why Does an Octopus Need Eight Arms?" (fiction)

 

High Frequency words – for, is, why

 

Vocabulary – arms, catch, combing, eight, octopus

 

 

-Spelling Words: fox, ox, dog, hog, log, on, hot, not, rob, job

 

(words with the short o sound)

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Subtract single-digit numbers

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Identify the ones & tens place and the number of digits in a given number

-Identify greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=)

-Determine number value using base ten blocks.

-Add single digit numbers without touchpoints

 

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 28 to October 2, 2015
Due Date: 10/2/2015
Subject: Special Services

Yearbooks will go on sale Monday, September 28th and will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

September 28 - October 2, 2015

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives.

 

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

 

-Recognize words from our Chapter 4 word list.

 

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

 

-Identifying initial, medial, and ending sounds

 

-Identifying fantasy vs. reality

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add single digit numbers without touchpoints

 

 

 

-Identify basic shapes

 

 

 

-Count backwards from 20

 

 

 

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

 

 

 

-Identify the ones and tens place

 

 

 

-Identify more/less/equal

 

 

 

-Identify + , - , and =

 

 

 

-Identify greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=)

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



September 21-25, 2015
Due Date: 9/25/2015
Subject: Special Services

Yearbooks will go on sale Monday, September 28th and will end November 16, 2015. You may purchase at school for $35 or online for $35 with a $1 processing fee.

 

Weekly Update

September 21-25, 2015

 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

 

 

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives.

 

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

 

-Recognize words from our Chapter 4 word list.

 

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

 

-Identifying initial, medial, and ending sounds

 

-Identifying fantasy vs. reality

 

 

 Our story this week will be "Who, Who, Who?" (fiction)

 

High Frequency words – me, to, wants, who, with

 

Vocabulary – eat, fly, hunt, play, read, sing

 

 

 

-Spelling Words: rip, sip, fib, rib, hid, kid, big, pig, in, six

 

(words with the short i sound)

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add single digit numbers without touchpoints

 

 

 

-Identify basic shapes

 

 

 

-Count backwards from 20

 

 

 

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

 

 

 

-Identify the ones and tens place

 

 

 

-Identify more/less/equal

 

 

 

-Identify + , - , and =

 

 

 

-Identify greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=)

 

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 14-18, 2015
Due Date: 9/18/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

September 14-18, 2015

* September 17th is FALL PICTURE DAY*

 

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identify subject nouns, verbs, adverbs, and ADJECTIVES.

-Write sentences with capital letters, correct punctuation, and that make sense!

-Recognize words from our Chapter 4 word list.

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identifying initial, medial, and ending sounds

-Identifying main idea or topic of text

-Compare/contrast

-Identify setting and characters of texts

 

 

Our story this week will be "Yummy, Yummy" (non-fiction)

 

High Frequency words – and, I, like

 

Vocabulary – yummy, yucky, corn on the cob, jam, lima beans

-Spelling Words: dad, can, fan, van, man, shall, bell, tell, fell, well 

(words with the short e and short a sound)

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add single digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Identify basic shapes

-Count backwards from 20

-Count to 100 by 5s and 10s

-Identify the ones and tens place

-Identify more/less/equal

-Identify + , - , and =

 

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of September 7-11, 2015
Due Date: 9/11/2015
Subject: Special Services

 

Weekly Update

September 7-11, 2015

* No School Monday - Labor Day Holiday*

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identifying subject nouns, verbs, adverbs

-Writing sentences with capital letters and punctuation

-Recognizing words from our Chapter 3 word list

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identifying initial, medial, and ending sounds

-Identifying main idea or topic of text

 

 

Our story this week will be Winter Hats (non-fiction)

 

High Frequency words – has, is, this

 

Vocabulary – floppy, funny, furry, fuzzy, hat, long, silly, wear, winter 

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add single digit numbers with and without touchpoints

-Improve our calendar knowledge

-Count backwards from 20

-Count by 5s and 10s

-Identify the ones and tens place

-Identify more/less/equal

-Be able to tally

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

-Spelling Wordsyes, get, jet, set, yet, tag, wag, fat, hat, sat

(words with the short e and short a sound)

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 31-September 4, 2015
Due Date: 9/4/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

August 31-September 4, 2015

 

This Week’s Skills in ELA

-Identifying subject nouns, verbs, adverbs

-Writing sentences with capital letters and punctuation

-Recognizing words from our Chapter 2-3 word lists

-Comparing/contrasting – different/alike

-Answering who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about texts

-Identifying initial, medial, and ending sounds

-Identifying main idea or topic of text

 

 

Our story this week will be Yours or Mine? (fiction/realistic)

 

High Frequency words – my, this, your

 

Vocabulary – bed, food, my, room, tail, your

 

 

This Week’s Skills in MATH

-Add single digit numbers using touchpoints

-Calendar knowledge

-Count backwards from 20

-Count by 5s and 10s

-Identify the ones and tens place

-Identify more/less/equal

-Be able to tally

 

                           READING LOGS    

-Be sure to help your child read the book at least three nights a week.

-You may have to model reading the first two nights before giving him/her the chance to read. By Thursday night, he/she should be able to read the book independently or only needing help with a couple of words.

-Please be sure to mark whether the book seemed too hard, too easy, or just right.

-Go over the sight word flashcards at least 3 times a week.

-Make sure the folder is returned on Fridays; and that it includes the rating/record sheet, the book, AND the flashcards. I need all of these back.

 

 

-Spelling Words: men, hen, led, red, wed, net, vet, keg, leg, peg (words with the short e sound)

 

 

 

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Week of August 17-21, 2015
Due Date: 8/21/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

August 17-21, 2015

We will continue working on classroom procedures, rules, routines, etc.

 

In English/Language Arts, the following will be covered:

 -Subject nouns and verbs

-Writing sentences with capital letters and punctuation

-Recognizing words from our Chapter 2-3 word lists

-Answering who, what, where, when, and why questions about stories read aloud

-Identifying initial sounds in words

 

 

In Math, the following will be covered:

-Counting to 100

-Counting using touchpoints for numbers 1-9

-Adding single digit numbers using touchpoints

-Identifying color and number words

-Calendar knowledge

 

*Please read to and/or with your child often. Pick things that are interesting to them. Look at pictures and ask questions about what you are reading to see what they are learning.

If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).



Weekly Update August 10-14, 2015
Due Date: 8/14/2015
Subject: Special Services

Weekly Update

August 10-14, 2015

We will continue working on classroom procedures, rules, routines, etc.

 

In English/Language Arts, the following will be covered:

 -Subject nouns and verbs

-Writing sentences with capital letters and punctuation

-Recognizing words from our Chapter 2-3 word lists

-Answering who, what, where, when, and why questions about stories read aloud

-Identifying initial sounds in words

 

 

In Math, the following will be covered:

-Counting to 100

-Counting using touchpoints for numbers 1-9

-Adding single digit numbers using touchpoints

-Identifying color and number words

-Calendar knowledge

 



Week of March 30 - April 3, 2015
Due Date: 4/3/2015
Subject: Special Services

What's going on in the classroom?

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of READING and LANGUAGE ARTS are:

  • identifying the beginning and ending sounds of words
  • letter recognition (capital and lowercase)
  • sight word recogntion (Edmark words, number words, color words, days of the week and months of the year)
  • answering who/what/where questions about what we have heard or read
  • identifying parts of a book (cover, title page, author, illustrator, etc.)

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of MATH are:

  • rote counting
  • number recognition
  • number ordering
  • counting objects
  • simple addition
  • simple subtraction
  • beginning touch point math
  • shape and color identification
  • number to number word matching
  • size/shape comparison
  • What's different? identification
  • sorting by shape, size, or color
  • identifying and making simple patterns
  • counting by 5s and 10s
  • counting backwards from 20

 

 

 

Mrs. Tingle's Wish List:

Stickers

band-aids

treasure box items

 

Parents,

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about your child. You may call me at school, email me, or send a note in your child's daily folder!     

~Mrs. Tingle 



Week of March 23-27, 2015
Due Date: 3/27/2015
Subject: Special Services

What's going on in the classroom?

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of READING and LANGUAGE ARTS are:

  • identifying the beginning and ending sounds of words
  • letter recognition (capital and lowercase)
  • sight word recogntion (Edmark words, number words, color words, days of the week and months of the year)
  • answering who/what/where questions about what we have heard or read
  • identifying parts of a book (cover, title page, author, illustrator, etc.)

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of MATH are:

  • rote counting
  • number recognition
  • number ordering
  • counting objects
  • simple addition
  • simple subtraction
  • beginning touch point math
  • shape and color identification
  • number to number word matching
  • size/shape comparison
  • What's different? identification
  • sorting by shape, size, or color
  • identifying and making simple patterns
  • counting by 5s and 10s
  • counting backwards from 20

 

 

 

Mrs. Tingle's Wish List:

Stickers

band-aids

treasure box items

 

Parents,

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about your child. You may call me at school, email me, or send a note in your child's daily folder!     

~Mrs. Tingle 



Week of March 16-20, 2015
Due Date: 3/20/2015
Subject: Special Services

What's going on in the classroom?

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of READING and LANGUAGE ARTS are:

  • identifying the beginning and ending sounds of words
  • letter recognition (capital and lowercase)
  • sight word recogntion (Edmark words, number words, color words, days of the week and months of the year)
  • answering who/what/where questions about what we have heard or read
  • identifying parts of a book (cover, title page, author, illustrator, etc.)

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of MATH are:

  • rote counting
  • number recognition
  • number ordering
  • counting objects
  • simple addition
  • simple subtraction
  • beginning touch point math
  • shape and color identification
  • number to number word matching
  • size/shape comparison
  • What's different? identification
  • sorting by shape, size, or color
  • identifying and making simple patterns
  • counting by 5s and 10s
  • counting backwards from 20

 

 

 

Mrs. Tingle's Wish List:

Stickers

band-aids

treasure box items

 

Parents,

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about your child. You may call me at school, email me, or send a note in your child's daily folder!     

~Mrs. Tingle 



Week of March 2-6, 2015
Due Date: 3/6/2015
Subject: Special Services

What's going on in the classroom?

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of READING and LANGUAGE ARTS are:

  • identifying the beginning and ending sounds of words
  • letter recognition (capital and lowercase)
  • sight word recogntion (Edmark words, number words, color words, days of the week and months of the year)
  • answering who/what/where questions about what we have heard or read
  • identifying parts of a book (cover, title page, author, illustrator, etc.)

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of MATH are:

  • rote counting
  • number recognition
  • number ordering
  • counting objects
  • simple addition
  • simple subtraction
  • beginning touch point math
  • shape and color identification
  • number to number word matching
  • size/shape comparison
  • What's different? identification
  • sorting by shape, size, or color
  • identifying and making simple patterns
  • counting by 5s and 10s
  • counting backwards from 20

 

 

 

Mrs. Tingle's Wish List:

Stickers

band-aids

treasure box items

 

Parents,

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about your child. You may call me at school, email me, or send a note in your child's daily folder!     

~Mrs. Tingle 



Week of February 23-27, 2015
Due Date: 2/27/2015
Subject: Special Services

What's going on in the classroom?

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of READING and LANGUAGE ARTS are:

  • identifying the initial letter sound in 2- to 4-letter words
  • letter recognition (capital and lowercase)
  • sight word recogntion (Edmark words, number words, color words, days of the week and months of the year)
  • answering who/what/where questions about what we have heard or read

 

Skills we will be working on to help us grow in the area of MATH are:

  • rote counting
  • number recognition
  • number ordering
  • counting objects
  • simple addition
  • beginning touch point math
  • shape and color identification
  • number to number word matching
  • size/shape comparison
  • What's different? identification