Topic 13 Math - Sorting

Hello Everyone!  

We have been working hard this week on rituals and routines, making sure we are following all of our class and school expectations, and having fun!  We have been working on shapes and sorting in math.  I have attached a link to some games for your child to practice this skill.  You can also practice at home by sorting different things:

Socks (By color)

Shoes (By size)

Buttons (By shape)

Here's a fun game to practice sorting:

http://www.scholastic.com/clifford/play/sortitout/sortitout.htm

Hello Everyone!  

We have been working hard this week on rituals and routines, making sure we are following all of our class and school expectations, and having fun!  We have been working on shapes and sorting in math.  I have attached a link to some games for your child to practice this skill.  You can also practice at home by sorting different things:

Socks (By color)

Shoes (By size)

Buttons (By shape)

Here's a fun game to practice sorting:

http://www.scholastic.com/clifford/play/sortitout/sortitout.htm

Hello Everyone!

Continue working on naming each letter of the alphabet and the sound each letter makes.  Click on the picture above to practice all letters and sounds using the Alpha Friends!

 

 

By November, your child should be able to:

Reading:

Demonstrate knowledge of ALL letters and sounds (100%), as well as different font styles for the letters "a", "g"
Read at home daily (Students are able to earn Book It coupons for a free personal pizza from Pizza Hut)
Read sight words that have been practiced in class


Writing:

Know how to write their first name and the letters that make up their name
Capitalizing the first letter in their name and in their sentences
Spelling by sounds; phonetically
Correctly forming letters using the headline, belt line, and foot line


Math:

Sort and Classify by COLOR, SHAPE, and SIZE, as well as noticing and being able to tell what is alike or different in a group
Numbers 1-10: Recognizing and writing each number up to 10 and matching it to a set (a picture of five birds with the number 5)
Comparing numbers and demonstrating an understanding of more, less, or equal to
Counting to 30 out loud (without skipping any numbers )
Recognizing basic shapes: Circle, square, triangle, and rectangle

Patricia Rodriguez

Hello Parents and welcome to Room 301's website!  Feel free to try out and explore any of the links posted below (scroll down).  It's going to be a great year!

May the Force Be With YOU!

-Mrs. Rodriguez

Class Info

Favorites that we use in class to practice sight words, days of the week, months, and other learning videos:

The Singing Walrus

Brainpopjr - Learning videos for kids  

Discovery Education - Learning videos for kids
username: your student's ID number@hanfordesd.org
(email teacher for username and password)

Fact Monster - Practice Addition and Subtraction Facts

Handwriting Practice - Works best on a tablet or smartphone

Pearson Realize - Math

Raz-Kids

username: prodriguez45

(email teacher for password)

Tools For Math
counters, coins, blocks, and so much more!