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Weekly Homework 9/26-9/30

Monday Days in School-12 Sight words: so, went, for, come, get, red
  Reading: Read for 20 minutes

·       Read a book to an adult. Look for sight words you know and sound out unfamiliar words.

·       Ask an adult to read you a story. Go on a picture walk and make a prediction about what you think is going to happen before you start reading the book. Talk about what happened in the story. Was your prediction correct?

Sight Word Work:

·       Complete sight word homework sheet

Math:

·       Complete Go Math homework lesson 11.1

·       Look for 3D shapes in your house. Find all the cylinders that you can. Talk about the shape and if they have flat or curved sides.

Tuesday Days in School- 13
  Reading: Read for 20 minutes

·       Read a book to an adult. Look for sight words you know and sound out unfamiliar words.

·       Ask an adult to read you a story. Talk about what happened in the story. Who are the characters in the story? What was the problem in the story? How was it solved?

Sight Word Work:

·       Complete sight word homework sheet

Math:

·       Complete Go Math homework lesson 11.2

·       Look for 3D shapes in your house. Find all the spheres that you can. Talk about the shape and if they have flat or curved sides.

Wednesday Days in School- 14
  Reading: Read for 20 minutes

·       Read a book to an adult. Look for sight words you know and sound out unfamiliar words.

·       Ask an adult to read you a story. Tell about a part of the book you liked or disliked and tell why?

Word Work:

·       Complete word work homework sheet

Math:

·       Complete Go Math homework lesson 11.3

·       Look for 3D shapes in your house. Find all the cones that you can. Talk about the shape and if they have flat or curved sides.

Thursday Days in School- 15
  Reading: Read for 20 minutes

·       Read a book to an adult. Look for sight words you know and sound out unfamiliar words.

·       Ask an adult to read you a story. What was your favorite part of the story? Why?

Word Work:

·       Complete word work homework sheet

Math:

·       Complete Go Math homework lesson 11.4

·       Look for 3D shapes in your house. Find all the cubes that you can.   Talk about the shape and if they have flat or curved sides.

Friday Days in School-16
  Reading: Read for 20 minutes

·       Read a book to an adult. Look for sight words you know and sound out unfamiliar words.

·       Ask an adult to read you a story. Describe the character in the story.   How did the character change from the beginning to the end of the story?

Sight Word Work:

·       Practice the sight words. Write them on an index card and read them everyday.

Math:

·       Look for 3D shapes in your house. Find all the rectangular prisms that you can. Talk about the shapes and if they have flat or curved sides.

·       Count by 5’s to 50.

*The homework packet will be collected on Friday.

Weekly Newsletter

First Grade Homework          Week: September 26th-30th

This week, we will start completing our Go Math homework. We will send the math book home and ask that you complete the lesson assigned for that day and return the math book. If the math book is not returned the next day, your child will not be able to complete the math lesson for that day. Thanks to all the parents who attended curriculum night!     It was great to meet you and share what will be happening in first grade this year. If you have not yet signed up for Bloomz, please download the app and sign up.

Poem of the Week

Please read the poem each night. Find any sight words your child may know. Look for words with the short e sound like in the words hen and bed.     Talk with your child about what the poem is about. Ask your child questions about the poem such as- What is the poem about? What does “the fun’s not over yet” mean?
Hens on the Bed

Ten red hens,

Jumping on the bed.

One fell off!

The others said,

“Did you hurt your leg?

Should we call the vet?”

But the hen said,

“No, the fun’s not over yet!”

 

 

 

 

A letter from the principal

Dear Families,

As the principal of Bronx Delta, PS 392, I want to take this opportunity to let you know the school year is off to a great beginning!  Together, we can nurture the individual talents that exist within our children.

My vision for our school is to create a community where students, parents and staff are valued and respected.  As the Principal of this school, I am committed to children achieving academic success.  The Common Core Learning standards-based curriculum will provide all of our students with the foundation and preparation needed for lifelong learning.  

From the very beginning of the school year, we will ensure that high expectations are set for all of our students.  Our team at Bronx Delta is dedicated to best practices in education that are centered in innovation and creativity.  Every child is entitled and will receive an education where they will thrive, under the guidance of our caring and professional staff.   Your child’s education is our top priority, and I assure you that we are committed to their academic success.

This year there will be many opportunities for parent and family participation.  Together with our Parent Association (PA) and School Leadership Team (SLT) we will make sure that we develop diverse opportunities and activities that will include you and our community.  Your thoughts and ideas are valuable to us and we want to hear them.  We strongly believe that your involvement and contributions will play a positive role that will enrich your child’s school experience.  As a collaborative team of educators, we are here to serve the academic, social and emotional needs of your children.

Please feel free to contact us at any time; I look forward to a successful school year.

 

Educationally yours,

Maria Rogalle,

Principal